|Statement||by K. Wilson and D.J.B. White.|
|Contributions||White, D. J. B. 1917-|
|LC Classifications||QK647 .W54 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||309 p. :|
|Number of Pages||309|
|ISBN 10||0854420339, 0854420347|
|LC Control Number||87111553|
This title provides an account of a tree and the reflections of the growth process in the mature structure of the wood. It describes and illustrates, by reference to common widely distributed trees, the diversity of wood anatomy, and explains the use of anatomical features in relation to methods of wood : 'The Anatomy of Wood' by & is a revision of 's 'The Structure of Wood'. Essentially the latter was the basic British introductory text on wood, long since out of print and a much missed classic. Quite a bit of the contents, especially the very clear diagnostic drawings, survived into 'The Anatomy of Wood'/5. The Anatomy of Wood by White, D. J. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 0 7 - The Anatomy of Wood, Its Diversity and Variability by K Wilson; D J B White - AbeBooks. : The anatomy of wood, its diversity and variability () by K. Wilson; and a great selection of similar New, Used and Price Range: $1 - $
Buy The Anatomy of Wood: its diversity and variability Hardback by White D.J. & Wilson K. ISBN: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wilson, K. (Karl). Anatomy of wood, its diversity and variability. London: Stobart, (OCoLC) Anatomy of Wood: Its Diversity and Variability: Don Wilson, C. L. White: Books - 4/5(1). Introduction to Microscopic Wood Identification. Finnish Museum of Natural History, University of Helsinki. Wilson, K., and D.J.B. White (). The Anatomy of Wood: Its Diversity and variability. Stobart & Son Ltd, London. External links. Center for Wood Anatomy Research.
Wood anatomical syndromes vary between shrubs and trees, but no prior work has explicitly evaluated the contingent evolution of wood anatomical diversity in the context of these plant habits. Introduction to Microscopic Wood Identification. Finnish Museum of Natural History, University of Helsinki. Wilson, K.; White, D. J. B. (). The Anatomy of Wood: Its Diversity and Variability. London: Stobart & Son Ltd. ISBN A vessel element (trachea) is one of the cell types found in xylem, the water conducting tissue of plants.. Vessel elements are found in flowering plants (angiosperms) but not in most gymnosperms such as elements are the main feature distinguishing the "hardwood" of angiosperms from the "softwood" of ure. Xylem vessels are a long straight chain made of tough long. •The relationship between the technical properties of wood and its anatomy •Cell types and characteristics •Softwood microstructure •Hardwood microstructure K. and White, D.J.B. (): The Anatomy of Wood: Its Diversity and Variability • Richter, H.G., and Dallwitz, M.J. onwards. Commercial timbers: descriptions.