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Anatomical structure and physical and mechanical properties of the wood of Hippophae rhamnoides in relation to ecological conditions



Anatomical structure and physical and mechanical properties of the wood of Hippophae rhamnoides in relation to ecological conditions



Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal (2): 67-71



Studies were made on wood from 3 male sample trees of Hippophae rhamnoides in each of two different sites in the Caucasus: (1) a ravine at 850 m altitude, cinnamon-brown forest soil, mean air temperature 7.7 degrees C, annual precipitation 608 mm; and (2) a ravine at 1800 m altitude, stony badly eroded soil, 3.2 degrees C, 1370 mm. Data are tabulated on the wood density, shrinkage, swelling, compressive strength, static bending, shear strength, and static hardness.

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