High-resolution proxies for wood density variations in Terminalia superba.

@article{Ridder2011HighresolutionPF,
  title={High-resolution proxies for wood density variations in Terminalia superba.},
  author={Maaike De Ridder and Jan Van den Bulcke and Dries Vansteenkiste and Denis Van Loo and Manuel Dierick and Bert Masschaele and Yoni de Witte and David Mannes and Eberhard Lehmann and Hans Beeckman and Luc Van Hoorebeke and Joris Van Acker},
  journal={Annals of botany},
  year={2011},
  volume={107 2},
  pages={
          293-302
        }
}
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Density is a crucial variable in forest and wood science and is evaluated by a multitude of methods. Direct gravimetric methods are mostly destructive and time-consuming. Therefore, faster and semi- to non-destructive indirect methods have been developed. METHODS Profiles of wood density variations with a resolution of approx. 50 µm were derived from one-dimensional resistance drillings, two-dimensional neutron scans, and three-dimensional neutron and X-ray scans. All… CONTINUE READING

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