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Morphological characteristics of loblolly pine wood as related to specific gravity, growth rate and distance from pithAuthor(s): Charles W. McMillin
Source: Wood Science and Technology, Vol. 2: 166-176
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionEarlywood and latewood tracheid length and transverse cellular dimensions of wood removed from stems of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) and factorially aegregated by specific gravity, rings from the pith, and growth rate were determined from sample chips. The independent relationships of each factor with fiber morphology are described.
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CitationMcMillin, Charles W. 1968. Morphological characteristics of loblolly pine wood as related to specific gravity, growth rate and distance from pith. Wood Science and Technology, Vol. 2: 166-176
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