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The CSIRO Macro Key for hardwood identification


, : The CSIRO Macro Key for hardwood identification. The CSIRO Macro Key for hardwood identification: 125 pp.

An introductory chapter discusses the development and computerization of CSIRO wood identification keys and gives details of the method of examination of wood specimens and the procedure for their identification. The general features used for describing the appearance of woods and the features used in this Macro Key are briefly discussed in Chapter 2.

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