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  • publication . Article . 2022
    Authors:
    Funmilade M. Akinlabi; Ekaterina L. Kotina; Alexei A. Oskolski;
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    Publisher: Brill

    Summary The tribe Diosmeae (Rutaceae) encompasses circa 278 species classified in 11 genera: ten of them are shrubs endemic to the Cape Floristic Region (South Africa), while the only arborescent genus (two species) extends from South Africa to Tanzania. We examined the...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
    Authors:
    R. Gorgij; K. Pourtahmasi; R. Maali Amiri; A. Abdolkhani; M. Porojan;
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    Publisher: Brill

    Summary Reaction wood formation (tension wood) in trees such as poplar is a response to stress and environmental factors. Tension wood is a rich source of cellulose that can be used for products including paper or biofuels and is thus a target product in forestry. This ...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
    Authors:
    Jimmy Thomas; Stephanie M. Dijkstra; Jonathan J. Harrington; David A. Collings;
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    Publisher: Brill

    Summary Spiral grain refers to the helical patterns formed by the wood grain in the trunks of many tree species. In most gymnosperms, grain near the pith is vertical but wood formed after several years of growth has a slight to pronounced left-handed twist. Grain change...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
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    Authors:
    Pieter Baas;
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    Publisher: Brill
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  • publication . Article . 2022
    Authors:
    Tong Tang; Zhen Sui; Benhua Fei;
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    Publisher: Brill

    Summary Bamboo has a natural anisotropic porous structure. Previous studies have shown strong correlations between the properties and microstructure of bamboo. In this study, we examined the microstructure of Moso bamboo to reveal the mechanism of enhanced properties wi...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
    Authors:
    Peter Gasson; Rusty Russell; Lee Newsom; Regis Miller; Pieter Baas;
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    Publisher: Brill
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  • publication . Article . 2022
    Authors:
    Jozica Gricar; Peter Prislan;
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    Publisher: Brill

    Summary Quantitative phloem anatomy is increasingly used in dendroecological studies since recent evidence shows that phloem traits are a valuable indicator of the morphological and physiological strategies of tree performance in different environments. To better unders...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
    Authors:
    Victor Sibinelli; Gregorio Ceccantini;
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    Publisher: Brill

    Summary The formation of juvenile wood featuring greater cell variation relative to mature wood is a well-known phenomenon. Once wood attains maturity, it has both more consistent cell sizes and organization. This is especially well understood for large trees used for p...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
    Authors:
    Kamil E. Frankiewicz; Alexei A. Oskolski; Jean-Pierre Reduron; Łukasz Banasiak; Jorge-Alfredo Reyes-Betancort; Paulina Trzeciak; Krzysztof Spalik;
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    Publisher: Brill

    Summary Apioideae is the biggest and the most diverse of four subfamilies recognised within Apiaceae. Except for a few, likely derived, woody clades, most representatives of this subfamily are herbaceous. In the present study, we assessed stem anatomy of 87, mostly ther...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
    Authors:
    Emilio Estrada-Ruiz; Hugo I. Martínez-Cabrera; Imelda P. García-Hernández;
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    Publisher: Brill

    Summary We describe two new fossil woods from the San Carlos Formation (Upper Cretaceous), Chihuahua State, Mexico. The first wood resembles the fossil genus Metcalfeoxylon in having solitary vessels, scalariform perforation plates, vessel-ray parenchyma pits of similar...

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