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Anatomical basis for density and shrinkage behaviour of rattan stem



Anatomical basis for density and shrinkage behaviour of rattan stem



Journal of the Institute of Wood Science 12(3): 123-130



Twelve anatomical features of Calamus thwaitesii (one of the largest diameter rattans) and C. travancoricus (one of the smallest) were measured. The features most important in determining density, initial moisture content and volumetric shrinkage were fibre wall thickness, fibre percentage and metaxylem vessel diameter.

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