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Studies on the formation and structure of the compression wood cells induced by artificial inclination in young trees of Picea glauca. IV. Gradation of the severity of compression wood tracheids



Studies on the formation and structure of the compression wood cells induced by artificial inclination in young trees of Picea glauca. IV. Gradation of the severity of compression wood tracheids



Hokkaido Daigaku Nogaku bu Enshurin kenkyu hokoku = Research bulletins of the College Experiment Forests Hokkaido University0(2): 409-454




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