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Influence of gelatinous fibers on the shrinkage of silver mapleAuthor(s): Donals G. Arganbright; Dwight W. Bensend; Floyd G. Manwiller
Source: Wood Science, Vol. 3(2): 83-89
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe degree of lean was found to have a significant influence on the logitudinal and transverse shrinkage of three soft maple trees. This may be accounted for by differences in the cell wall layer thickness and fibril angle.
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CitationArganbright, Donals G.; Bensend, Dwight W.; Manwiller, Floyd G. 1970. Influence of gelatinous fibers on the shrinkage of silver maple. Wood Science, Vol. 3(2): 83-89
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