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The wood anatomy of some Australian Meliaceae, with methods for their identification. (Technical Paper No. 31)



The wood anatomy of some Australian Meliaceae, with methods for their identification. (Technical Paper No. 31)



Austral. C.S.I.R. Bull, 124., 20



A description of the wood structure together with notes on occurrence and the general properties of the timbers of the following species: Amoora nitidula Benth., Carapa moluccensis Lam., Cedrela toona Roxb. var. australis C. DC., Dysoxylum fraseranum Benth., D. muelleri Benth., D. rufum Benth., Melia dubia Cav., Owenia venosa F. v.M., and Synoum glandulosum A. Juss.

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