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  • (PDF) Tracheid Cross-sectional Dimensions in Scots

    The tangential diameter distributions for Scots pine were very similar in both earlywood and latewood, having one wide peak. Also, the distributions in whole stem, top pulpwood and sawmill chip assortments were quite similar. The differences between Scots pine and Norway spruce tracheid cross-sectional dimensions were fairly marginal.

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  • [PDF] Tracheid cross-sectional dimensions in Scots

    As Scots pine is another important tree species for the Nordic forest industry, this study focuses on its cross-sectional tracheid properties. Another focus is the comparison of tracheid dimensions of Scots pine and Norway spruce, because chips of these species are often mixed in the chemical pulping process.

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  • (PDF) Tracheid cross-sectional dimensions in Scots

    3 Havimo, M. 2010. Variation in tracheid cross-sectional dimensions and wood viscoelasticity – extent and control methods. Dissertationales Forestales 108. 40 p.

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  • Variation in tracheid cross-sectional dimensions and

    2021-6-2 · Abstract. The radial variation was examined for tracheid lengths of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.), European larch (Larix decidua Mill.), and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) wood from dominant trees coming from an even-aged stand, and growing under identical forest site and climatic conditions.The measurements were completed on macerated material.

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  • Radial variation in tracheid lengths in dominant trees

    Variation in tracheid cross-section dimensions has been mapped in a 19 year old radiata pine tree. An instrument recently developed for the rapid estimation of transverse tracheid dimensions was used for the analysis. Sixty radii (four directions at each of fifteen heights) were processed. Variation was mapped for properties important to the pulp and paper industry: wood density, tracheid ...

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  • Rapid measurement of variation in tracheid transverse ...

    2021-3-2 · influence sawn timber performance, such as tracheid dimensions and cell wall thickness, shows distinctive systematic variation with cambial age and height in the stem (Megraw 1985). This results in the formation of a ‘juvenile’ core of wood, which has characteristics that negatively affect mechanical properties (e.g. Zobel and

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  • Models for predicting microfibril angle variation in Scots ...

    dimensions, but variation in earlywood was slight in radial width and cell wall thickness. In earlywood, tangential tracheid width showed considerable internal variation, and the difference

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  • Distributions of tracheid cross-sectional dimensions in ...

    Tracheid dimensions such as lumen area and diameter, and mean tracheid diameter of EW were significantly higher in Scots pine, while tracheid wall thickness was higher in lodgepole pine.

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  • (PDF) 'Pinirhiza hyphocystidia' + Pinus sylvestris L.

    Water potential control of turgor-driven tracheid enlargement in Scots pine at its xeric distribution edge Antoine Cabon1,2, Laura Fernandez-de-U~na 3,4, Guillermo Gea-Izquierdo3, Frederick C. Meinzer5, David R. Woodruff5, Jordi Martınez-Vilalta2,6 and Miquel De Caceres1,2 1Joint Research Unit CTFC - AGROTECNIO, Solsona 25280, Spain; 2CREAF, Bellaterra (Cerdanyola del Valles), Catalonia ...

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  • Biophysical modelling of intra-ring variations in

    2015-3-12 · Read 'Biophysical modelling of intra-ring variations in tracheid features and wood density of Pinus pinaster trees exposed to seasonal droughts, Tree Physiology' on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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  • How timing of stem girdling affects needle xylem

    2017-11-30 · The T num in control needles (~ 110) also resembled that for Scots pine trees growing in nutrient-imbalanced soil in Belgium (Gebauer et al. 2015), but was substantially lower for needles 411 DAG. These lower tracheid dimensions and numbers may have been the result of drought stress that occurred in spring at the beginning of needle development.

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  • (PDF) Influence of drought on tree rings and tracheid ...

    Download Free PDF Influence of drought on tree rings and tracheid features of Pinus nigra and Pinus sylvestris in a mesic Mediterranean forest European Journal of Forest Research, 2013

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  • Silva Fennica vol. 43

    The tangential diameter distributions for Scots pine were very similar in both earlywood and latewood, having one wide peak. Also, the distributions in whole stem, top pulpwood and sawmill chip assortments were quite similar. The differences between Scots pine and Norway spruce tracheid cross-sectional dimensions were fairly marginal.

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  • Variation of xylem vessel diameters across a climate ...

    2015-4-24 · The high variation of vessel diameter below this threshold may represent a fine-tuning mechanism to adapt to the site-specific climatic conditions. The Influence of Climatic Parameter on Vessel Diameter. We interpret the variability in vessel diameter in trembling aspen as a fine-tuning mechanism to different environments.

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  • Hydraulic and mechanical dysfunction of Norway

    2018-2-1 · Cell wall and tracheid dimensions were assessed by means of Image J software (Schneider et al., 2012) in the first seven radial cell files. In addition, we measured these traits in selected annual rings at breast height of five trees from Norway (n = 3) and Ekebo, Sweden (n = 2); these additional measurements were only performed for the regions ...

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  • Novel Hydraulic Vulnerability Proxies for a Boreal

    2016-6-9 · Intra-annual tracheid production of Norway spruce and Scots pine across a latitudinal gradient in Finland. Agricult. For. Meteorol. 194, 241–254. 10.1016/j.agrformet.2014.04.015 ; Kauppi P. E., Posch M., Pirinen P. (2016). Large impacts of climatic warming on growth of boreal forests since 1960.

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  • Forests | Free Full-Text | Phenotypic Correlations

    We examined phenotypic relationships among radial growth-related, physical (i.e., related to wood density), and anatomical (i.e., related to tracheid dimensions) wood properties in white spruce (Picea glauca (Moench) Voss), in order to determine the strength and significance of their correlations. Additionally, principal component analysis (PCA) was used to establish if all of the properties ...

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  • Shrinkage processes in standard-size Norway spruce

    2009-9-28 · The wall reinforcement parameter (t/b) 2 was calculated from radial lumen diameters (b) and thickness of the tangential double cell wall (t) (Hacke et al. 2001) of the earlywood formed early in the growing season (first 10 cell rows), because stronger relationships between tensile strain and tracheid dimensions were expected (Kozlowski 1972 ...

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  • Axial xylem architecture of Larix decidua exposed to

    2017-9-16 · In contrast to the other functional tracheid traits, we did not find a consistent or clearly defined axial trend for the percent area of ray parenchyma (PERPAR) as expected. Indeed, an increase in ray size with age and distance from the stem apex, following the increase in tracheid size, would be expected (Lev-Yadun & Aloni, 1995). The ...

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  • Variation of xylem vessel diameters across a climate ...

    2015-4-24 · The high variation of vessel diameter below this threshold may represent a fine-tuning mechanism to adapt to the site-specific climatic conditions. The Influence of Climatic Parameter on Vessel Diameter. We interpret the variability in vessel diameter in trembling aspen as a fine-tuning mechanism to different environments.

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  • Silva Fennica vol. 43

    The tangential diameter distributions for Scots pine were very similar in both earlywood and latewood, having one wide peak. Also, the distributions in whole stem, top pulpwood and sawmill chip assortments were quite similar. The differences between Scots pine and Norway spruce tracheid cross-sectional dimensions were fairly marginal.

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  • Tracheid cell-wall structures and locations of (1 → 4)

    Tracheid cell-wall structures and locations of (1 ^ 4)-p-D-galactans and (1 ^ 3)-p-D-glucans in compression woods of radiata pine (Pinus radiata D. Don) CrossMark. Miao Zhang1, Ramesh R. Chavan1, Bronwen G. Smith2, Brian H. McArdle3 and Philip J. Harris1* Abstract

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  • Living on the Edge: Contrasted Wood-Formation

    2016-3-23 · Wood formation in European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) was intra-annually monitored to examine plastic responses of the xylem phenology according to altitude in one of the southernmost areas of their distribution range, i.e., in the Moncayo Natural Park, Spain.The monitoring was done from 2011 to 2013 at 1180 and 1580 m a.s.l., corresponding to the lower and ...

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  • Radial variation in selected wood properties of three ...

    2015-11-16 · New Zealand-grown cypresses are typically harvested at 35–40 years of age; however, shorter rotations have been proposed. The objective of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of producing structural products from shorter rotations through examination of wood properties of younger cypress trees. A detailed examination of radial wood property trends was necessary, and the first ring ...

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  • Variation in the wood properties of coast redwood

    2014-6-25 · There is wide variation in the wood properties of plantation-grown coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens (D.Don) Endl.) in New Zealand. Contributing factors are the seed source, silviculture, growth rate and age of the trees in the plantation forests. Little is known about how these factors affect the variation of wood properties among and within the trees of New Zealand’s coast redwood forests.

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  • Axial xylem architecture of Larix decidua exposed to

    2017-9-16 · In contrast to the other functional tracheid traits, we did not find a consistent or clearly defined axial trend for the percent area of ray parenchyma (PERPAR) as expected. Indeed, an increase in ray size with age and distance from the stem apex, following the increase in tracheid size, would be expected (Lev-Yadun & Aloni, 1995). The ...

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  • Compensatory mechanisms mitigate the effect of

    2015-12-10 · The mean rates of cell differentiation (radial diameter enlargement rate r E in μm day −1, and wall deposition rate r W in μm 2 day −1) were then estimated for each tracheid by dividing its final dimensions (cell radial diameter and wall cross‐sectional area, respectively) by the time it spent in the corresponding phases (d E and d W ...

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  • Function and Dynamics of Auxin and Carbohydrates

    In temperate regions the annual pattern of wood development is characterized by the formation of radially narrow and thick walled latewood cells. This takes place at the later part of the growing season when cambial cell division declines. To gain new insight into the regulation of this process, micro-analytical techniques were used to visualize the distribution of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA ...

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  • Measurement of stiffness of standing trees and felled

    2016-2-2 · This paper provides a review on the use of acoustics to measure stiffness of standing trees, stems, and logs. An outline is given of the properties of wood and how these are related to stiffness and acoustic velocity throughout the tree. Factors are described that influence the speed of sound in wood, including the different types of acoustic waves which propagate in tree stems and lumber.

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  • Zhang S, Belien E, Ren H, Rossi S, Huang J-G (2020).

    2020-4-9 · Abstract: Global warming is affecting tree growth and forest productivity, especially in the Northern boreal ecosystems. Wood quality, which is largely determined by anatomical traits of wood, is vital for the forest industry and global carbon sequestration. Cambium activity, wood density, fiber length and microfibril angle are the anatomical traits that determine wood quality, depending on ...

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  • Tracheid cell-wall structures and locations of (1 → 4)

    Tracheid cell-wall structures and locations of (1 ^ 4)-p-D-galactans and (1 ^ 3)-p-D-glucans in compression woods of radiata pine (Pinus radiata D. Don) CrossMark. Miao Zhang1, Ramesh R. Chavan1, Bronwen G. Smith2, Brian H. McArdle3 and Philip J. Harris1* Abstract

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  • Silva Fennica vol. 43

    The tangential diameter distributions for Scots pine were very similar in both earlywood and latewood, having one wide peak. Also, the distributions in whole stem, top pulpwood and sawmill chip assortments were quite similar. The differences between Scots pine and Norway spruce tracheid cross-sectional dimensions were fairly marginal.

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  • Xylem and phloem phenology in co-occurring conifers ...

    2016-3-29 · tracheid differentiation (Fig. 3c–h). In 2011, onset of tra-cheid formation, i.e., detection of first enlarging cells, occurred in early April (100 doy) in P. sylvestris and in mid-April (111 doy) in P. abies and L. decidua (Table 1). In 2012, tracheid formation was delayed by c. 2 week compared to 2011. In both study years, onset of wall

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  • Axial xylem architecture of Larix decidua exposed to

    2017-9-16 · In contrast to the other functional tracheid traits, we did not find a consistent or clearly defined axial trend for the percent area of ray parenchyma (PERPAR) as expected. Indeed, an increase in ray size with age and distance from the stem apex, following the increase in tracheid size, would be expected (Lev‐Yadun & Aloni, 1995). The ...

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  • Tracheid cell-wall structures and locations of (1 → 4)

    Zhang et al BMC Plant Biology (2016) 16:194 DOI 10.1186/s12870-016-0884-3 RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Tracheid cell-wall structures and locations of (1 4)-β-D-galactans and (1 3)-β-Dglucans in compression woods of radiata pine (Pinus radiata

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  • Variation in the wood properties of coast redwood

    2014-6-25 · There is wide variation in the wood properties of plantation-grown coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens (D.Don) Endl.) in New Zealand. Contributing factors are the seed source, silviculture, growth rate and age of the trees in the plantation forests. Little is known about how these factors affect the variation of wood properties among and within the trees of New Zealand’s coast redwood forests.

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  • Timber Engineering | Sven Thelandersson, Hans J.

    2018-7-25 · TY - BOOK PB - BAYER CROPSCIENCE T2 - Pflanzenschutz UR - http://www.bayercropscience.de/de/pf ID - 3 ER - TY - JOUR DO - - 10.1023/a:1026582012290 IS - - 1-2 …

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  • Wood density as a proxy for vulnerability to cavitation ...

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  • Zhang S, Belien E, Ren H, Rossi S, Huang J-G (2020).

    2020-4-9 · Abstract: Global warming is affecting tree growth and forest productivity, especially in the Northern boreal ecosystems. Wood quality, which is largely determined by anatomical traits of wood, is vital for the forest industry and global carbon sequestration. Cambium activity, wood density, fiber length and microfibril angle are the anatomical traits that determine wood quality, depending on ...

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