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Inorganic concentrations in the wood of eastern redcedar grown on different sites



Inorganic concentrations in the wood of eastern redcedar grown on different sites



Wood and Fiber Science 24(2): 133-140



Samples of eastern redcedar (Juniperus virginiana) growing in Missouri on soils derived from five parent materials (rhyolite, dolomite, limestone, sandstone, and chert) were analysed for concentrations of inorganics in sapwood and heartwood. Eighteen elements were detected in the sapwood using inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy. Neutron activation analysis was also used to determine concentrations of an additional 6 elements in heartwood.

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