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Wavy Grain in Grewia Tiliifolia Vahl

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Wavy grain in Grewia tiliifolia is found to be associated with patches of abnormal parenchymatous (callus) tissue. Insect injury is evidenced to induce the formation of such wound healing tissue which is overgrown subsequently. This tissue causes deviation of grain around it. Its surface irregularities lead to the formation of grooves and ridges on the tangential surface. During recovery of normal wood structure in successive layers some abnormalities in the morphology of rays are observed. These are found to be the transitional stages which ultimately give rise to normal rays.


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