Transverse shrinkage in G-fibers as a function of cell wall layering and growth strain

@article{Fang2007TransverseSI,
  title={Transverse shrinkage in G-fibers as a function of cell wall layering and growth strain},
  author={C. Fang and Bruno Clair and Joseph Gril and Tancr{\`e}de Alm{\'e}ras},
  journal={Wood Science and Technology},
  year={2007},
  volume={41},
  pages={659-671}
}
Transverse drying shrinkage was measured at microscopic and mesoscopic levels in poplar wood characterised by an increasing growth strain (GS), from normal to tension wood. Results show that: (a) the drying shrinkage, measured as a relative thickness decrease, was significantly higher for G-layer (GL) than for the other layers (OL), GL shrinkage was not significantly correlated with GS, and OL shrinkage was negatively correlated with GS. (b) In gelatinous fibre (G-fibre), lumen size increased… CONTINUE READING
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