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Structure of Opposite Wood in Angionsperms(I) - Structure of Opposite Woods in the Inclined Stem of Mature Woods -

@inproceedings{Park1989StructureOO,
  title={Structure of Opposite Wood in Angionsperms(I) - Structure of Opposite Woods in the Inclined Stem of Mature Woods -},
  author={Sang-Jin Park and Byung-Soo Park and W. Soh},
  year={1989}
}
To study the structure of opposite wood in the angiosperms. samples were cut from stems and branchs of 10 spcies growing in Korea. The opposite side was defined as being along a line passing from the most wide annual ring of the tension wood on the upper side to the pith and extrapolated through the opposite side. lateral sides being on the right and left of this line. The stem woods growing almost horizontally were surveyed the structural features of the well-developed opposite wood for the… Expand
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