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Comparative wood anatomy of the Fagaceae of Taiwan

Chun-shu Lee

Comparative wood anatomy of the Fagaceae of Taiwan

by Chun-shu Lee

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fagaceae.,
  • Wood -- Anatomy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Chun-shu Lee.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[8], 90 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14258066M

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Comparative wood anatomy of the Fagaceae of Taiwan by Chun-shu Lee Download PDF EPUB FB2

COMPARATIVE WOOD ANATOMY OF THE FAGACEAE OF TAIWAN INTRODUCTION Trees of the Fagaceae are the principal components of the broad - leaved forests to Taiwan.

Because of the large size and com- mercial value of the wood, they are considered to be economically important for use as lumber. Originally, only five genera of the Fagaceae were recognized. Comparative wood anatomy of the Fagaceae of Taiwan Public Deposited. ) of Fagaceae, subdivided to seven genera, in Taiwan and 35 of these were obtained for study.

Detailed descriptions are provided for all species and differences among species and genera are emphasized. On the basis of comparative wood anatomy of the species studied Cited by: 2. Comparative wood anatomy of the Fagaceae of Taiwan. Abstract.

Graduation date: Many species of the Fagaceae have been variously interpreted\ud on the basis, primarily of external morphological characteristics.\ud The objectives of this study are to elucidate generic and specific\ud characteristics of the wood of Fagaceae and to.

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