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Variability in selected macrostructural characteristics of juvenile wood in stems of Scots pine



Variability in selected macrostructural characteristics of juvenile wood in stems of Scots pine



Annals Of Warsaw University Of Life Sciences, Forestry And Wood Technology: , 146-150



The aim of the study was to analyze variability in selected macrostructural characteristics of juvenile wood at the stem profile of Scots pine (<i>Pinus sylvestris</i> L.). Variation was found within analyzed traits, which was confirmed by the positive results of analysis of variance. A negative correlation was also shown between the width of annual rings, the proportion of late wood and the location of individual measurement points along the stem.

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