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Anatomy and Properties of Japanese Hardwoods II. Variation of Dimensions of Ray Cells and their Relation to Basic Density

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Ray volume and dimensions of ray cells as seen in tangential section were measured in 50 Japanese hardwoods and their relation to the basic density of hardwoods was investigated. Rays are primarily composed of procumbent ray cells but a few species have a larger volume of upright ray cells than procumbent ray cells. The basic density was closely related to the wall thickness of the fibres, cell wall materials of the fibres and cell wall materials of the rays.


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