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Anatomy of indigenous woods suitable for energy and paper production



Anatomy of indigenous woods suitable for energy and paper production



Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 24(12): 1461-1471



The woods were studied of 13 Brazilian species occurring in the pantanal, the Amazon region and NE Brazil. The species were Tabebuia caraiba Diplokeleba floribunda, Acacia farnesiana, Bowdichia nitida, Clitoria racemosa, Peltophorum dubium, Parkia igneiflora, P. panurensis, Guatteria scytophylla, Ragala sanguinolenta, Myrcia deflexa, Miconia minutiflora and Ocotea glomerata.

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