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Comparative Wood Anatomy: Systematic, Ecological, and Evolutionary Aspects of Dicotyledon Wood
This second edition has been completely revised and has incorporated significant changes that have occurred in wood anatomy over the past years. "This book is recommended to all who are interested inExpand
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ECOLOGICAL FACTORS IN WOOD EVOLUTION: A FLORISTIC APPROACH
Wood florulas from southwestern Australia were analyzed to determine whether wood anatomy is sufficiently correlated with ecology so that vessel element features can be said to have a predictiveExpand
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Successive cambia revisited: ontogeny, histology, diversity, and functional significance
Abstract Plant anatomists are generally agreed on the histological products of successive cambia: bands of secondary phloem and associated secondary xylem (“vascular increments”) embedded in aExpand
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Observations on Functional Wood Histology of Vines and Lianas
Types of xylem histology in vines, rather than types of cambial activity and xylem conformation, form the focus of this survey. Scandent plants are high in conductive capability, but therefore haveExpand
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VESSEL GROUPING IN DICOTYLEDON WOOD : SIGNIFICANCE AND RELATIONSHIP TO IMPERFORATE TRACHEARY ELEMENTS
-A hitherto unappreciated correlation exists between nature of vessel grouping and nature of imperforate tracheary elements in wood of dicotyledons at large: families and genera with true tracheidsExpand
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