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Table 1 Species used in the present study

From: Relationships between tree size and reaction wood formation in 23 Japanese angiosperms

Tree sizes Codes Families Species Sampling sites IA (degree)
Arbor Ar-1 Eupteleaceae Euptelea polyandra Siebold et Zucc II 42
Ar-2 Sapindaceae Acer rufinerve Siebold et Zucc II 38
Ar-3 Theaceae Stewartia pseudocamellia Maxim I
Ar-4 Styracaceae Styrax obassia Siebold et Zucc II 30
Ar-5 Oleaceae Fraxinus lanuginosa Koidz. f. lanuginosa II 42
Ar-6 Aquifoliaceae Ilex macropoda Miq I 52
Ar-7 Araliaceae Kalopanax septemlobus (Thunb.) Koidz II 34
Subarbor Su-1 Hamamelidaceae Hamamelis japonica Siebold et Zucc II 52
Su-2 Rosaceae Malus toringo (Siebold) Siebold ex de Vriese II 34
Su-3 Rosaceae Pourthiaea villosa (Thunb.) Decne. var. villosa II 51
Su-4 Rosaceae Sorbus commixta Hedl. var. rufoferruginea C.K.Schneid II 30
Su-5 Styracaceae Pterostyrax hispida Siebold et Zucc II 57
Su-6 Clethraceae Clethra barbinervis Siebold et Zucc II 41
Su-7 Aquifoliaceae Ilex crenata Thunb. var. crenata I 34
Shrub Sh-1 Stachyuraceae Stachyurus praecox Siebold et Zucc III 30
Sh-2 Rosaceae Cerasus nipponica (Matsum.) Ohle ex H.Ohba var. kurilensis (Miyabe) H.Ohba II -
Sh-3 Betulaceae Corylus sieboldiana Blume var. sieboldiana II 34
Sh-4 Celastraceae Euonymus oxyphyllus Miq. var. oxyphyllus II 41
Sh-5 Anacardiaceae Toxicodendron trichocarpum (Miq.) Kuntze II 38
Sh-6 Santalaceae Buckleya lanceolata (Siebold et Zucc.) Miq I 55
Sh-7 Ericaceae Rhododendron wadanum Makino I 38
Sh-8 Ericaceae Rhododendron kaempferi Planch. var. kaempferi II 63
Sh-9 Ericaceae Elliottia paniculata (Siebold et Zucc.) Hook.f II 35
  1. Ar, Su, and Sh in code correspond to arbor, subarbor, and shrub, respectively. IA, inclination angle of sample stems or branches; I, II, and III in sampling sites are Funyu Experimental Forest, Nikko Experimental Forest, and Forests in southern part of Chiba, Japan, respectively, –, no data