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Studies on the annual ring structure of coniferous wood. IV. Effects of diameter decrease and cell wall thickening of tracheid on latewood formation



Studies on the annual ring structure of coniferous wood. IV. Effects of diameter decrease and cell wall thickening of tracheid on latewood formation



J. Jap. Wood Res. Soc, 11: 1, 1-6



cf. F.A. 26 No. 1160.) Using early-wood measurements, equations are developed to show independently the effects of (a) decrease in radial diameter (flattening) and (b) thickening of the cell-wall, on the cell-wall area %. Both (a) and (b) cause increase in wall area, the effect of (a) being greatest at the end of the late wood and that of (b) at the point of maximum wall thickness.

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