Anatomy and Properties of Japanese Hardwoods I. Variation of Fibre Dimensions and Tissue Proportions and their Relation to Basic Density

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Variations of tissue proportions and fibre dimensions (fibre length, fibre cross sectional area, fibre wall thickness, fibre wall area, percentage of fibre wall area) of 50 Japanese hardwoods are compared. The fibre cross sectional area showed large variations as compared to fibre length. There is no significant correlation between fibre cross sectional area and fibre wall thickness.

The multiple regression analysis showed that fibre wall thickness, percentage of fibre wall material and ray volume are the parameters most closely correlated with basic density.

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