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Studies on compression wood. V. Nature of the compression wood formed in early springwood of conifers



Studies on compression wood. V. Nature of the compression wood formed in early springwood of conifers



Holzforschung, Berlin. 21: 6, 180-6



cf. F.A. 29 No. 1248.) The light-coloured springwood bands of 5-10 thin-walled cells were studied by light and electron microscopes and chemically in: (1) Abies balsamea, Larix laricina, Picea abies, P. rubens and Tsuga canadensis; (2) Pinus strobus and P. sylvestris.

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