Skip to main content

Official Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society

Table 5 Differences of anatomical characteristics between juvenile wood and mature wood

From: Influence of juvenile and mature wood on anatomical and chemical properties of early and late wood from Chinese fir plantation

Clone TL (μm) TD (μm) DWT (μm) MFA (°)
J M J M J M J M
KAI3 3075.93 ± 598.38 3725.28 ± 345.94 29.09 ± 5.96 32.02 ± 6.49 7.14 ± 2.23 7.41 ± 2.37 13.12 ± 4.32 12.06 ± 1.75
DABA8 2440.58 ± 794.28 3414.56 ± 477.92 27.93 ± 4.60 30.37 ± 4.17 6.40 ± 2.26 6.61 ± 2.26 14.82 ± 3.29 14.08 ± 2.90
KAI13 2848.20 ± 640.50 3582.85 ± 343.98 27.10 ± 6.17 29.14 ± 5.63 6.66 ± 2.24 7.04 ± 2.85 14.48 ± 3.92 13.53 ± 2.82
F24 2724.40 ± 590.56 3341.22 ± 367.74 28.38 ± 6.15 30.21 ± 4.74 7.02 ± 2.61 7.45 ± 2.60 14.36 ± 3.57 12.75 ± 1.96
Average 2772.28 3515.98 28.13 30.44 6.81 7.13 14.20 13.11
  1. TL tracheid length, TD tracheid diameter, DWT double cell wall thickness, MFA microfibril angle, J juvenile wood, M mature wood