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An estimation of the turgor pressure change as one of the factors of growth stress generation in cell walls. Diurnal change of tangential strain of inner bark



An estimation of the turgor pressure change as one of the factors of growth stress generation in cell walls. Diurnal change of tangential strain of inner bark



Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 41(12): 1070-1078



Diurnal changes of the tangential strain of inner bark was measured and evaluated as a factor in the generation of tensile growth stress in the longitudinal direction and compressive stress in the transverse direction in cell walls. The expansion and contraction of living tissue was measured accurately by means of strain gages which were glued in the tangential direction on the inner bark of saplings of sugi (Cryptomeria japonica) and kuromatsu (Pinus thunbergii).

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