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Bark specific gravity in stem and branches of nine Indian timbers grown in Kerala


Indian Journal of Forestry 13(1): 26-29
Bark specific gravity in stem and branches of nine Indian timbers grown in Kerala
Data are reported for 9 species, based on samples taken from 5 mature defect-free trees of each: dillenia, Dillenia pentagyna; gurjan, Dipterocarpus indicus; erythrina, Erythrina stricta; dhaman, Grewia tiliifolia; benteak, Lagerstroemia microcarpa padri, Stereospermum chelonoides; teak, Tectona grandis; kindal, Terminalia paniculata; and irul, Xylia xylocarpa.


Accession: 002308230



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