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The Anatomy of the Bark of Libocedrus in New Zealand

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The anatomy of the bark of Libocedrus bidwillii and L. plumosa, both indigenous to New Zealand, is described. The phloem cell types include axial and ray parenchyma, sieve cells and fibres. Fibres are of two types, thin-walled and thick-walled. The ends of these fibres are mostly blunt or abrupt.

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1985-01-01
2016-12-08

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