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Comparative Wood Anatomy of Afromontane and Bushveld Species from Swaziland, Southern Africa

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The habit, specific gravity and wood anatomy of 43 Afromontane and 50 Bushveld species from Swaziland are compared, using qualitative features from SEM photographs of charred samples. Woods with solitary vessels, scalariform perforation plates and fibres with distinctly bordered pits are more common in the Afromontane species, whereas homocellular rays and prismatic crystals of calcium oxalate are more common in woods from the Bushveld.

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2017-09-25

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