A Comparison Between Ladell's Wood Section Method and the Macerated Wood Method for Tracheid Length Determination

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A comparison has been made between the method of Ladell, in which tangential longitudinal sections are used for the determination of mean tracheid length and the traditional method using macerated wood. The two methods produced identical results. Ladell's method was quicker, enabled precise location of measured cells and required less sample preparation.

A Comparison Between Ladell's Wood Section Method and the Macerated Wood Method for Tracheid Length Determination

in IAWA Journal

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