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Official Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society

Table 2 Tukey’s test on MOE data for beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) and Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst) densified veneer samples

From: Effects of an innovative densification process on mechanical and physical properties of beech and Norway spruce veneers

Species Treatment intensity MOE mean difference 95% confidence interval P value
Lower bound Upper bound
Beech 90–60 s 1082.2783 − 1063.4571 3228.0138 0.55
300–60 s 1525.3446 − 620.3909 3671.0800 0.25
Control–60 s − 1971.9088 − 4117.6442 173.8267 0.08
300–90 s 443.0662 − 1702.6692 2588.8017 0.95
Control–90 s − 3054.1871 − 5199.9225 − 908.4516  < 0.05
Control–300 s − 3497.2533 − 5642.9888 − 1351.5179  < 0.05
Norway spruce 60 s–control 2391.9510 1591.4425 3192.4595  < 0.05
90 s–control 2621.5530 1821.0445 3422.0615  < 0.05
300 s–control 2175.6307 1375.1221 2976.1392  < 0.05
480 s–control 1256.6560 456.1475 2057.1645  < 0.05
90–60 s 229.6020 − 570.9065 1030.1105 0.93
300–60 s − 216.3203 − 1016.8289 584.1882 0.9450687
480–60 s − 1135.2950 − 1935.8035 − 334.7865 0.0012785
300–90 s − 445.9223 − 1246.4309 354.5862 0.5390946
480–90 s − 1364.8970 − 2165.4055 − 564.3885 0.0000559
480–300 s − 918.9747 − 1719.4832 − 118.4661 0.0156799