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Growth strains in Acacia auriculaeformis trees of different age: their relationship with growth rate and height



Growth strains in Acacia auriculaeformis trees of different age: their relationship with growth rate and height



Journal of the Institute of Wood Science2007; 17(4): 212-215



Longitudinal Growth Strains in Acacia auriculaeformis were measured to understand the influence of growth rate and tree height on growth stresses. A total of 18 trees of Acacia auriculaeformis were sampled from three age classes viz. 8 year, 10 year and 12 year old plantations (six trees from each plantation). A significant difference was observed in growth strains within trees at different heights and in trees of different age classes.

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DOI: 10.1179/wsc.2006.17.4.212



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