Latewood, earlywood, and wood density

Harris, J.M.

Proc 14th Congr. Int. Union For. Res. Organ., Munich Pt. IX, Sect 41, 1967. 56-69

1967


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Abstract
cf. F.A. 28 No. 1202.] Argues that the potential advantages of several types of apparatus that will produce continuous records of wood-density variation are not fully realized, because data are usually still collated into the patterns imposed by techniques previously available, and tentatively proposes that mean density, density variance within annual growth layers, and 'maximum contrast' in density (e.g. between late wood and succeeding early wood in conifers) would be parameters sufficiently comprehensive to permit correlation with other wood properties.