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Studies on the resin content of Scots Pine wood


, : Studies on the resin content of Scots Pine wood. Gorskostopanska Nauka 11(3): 44-49

Tabulates data on the resin content of sapwood and heartwood at various heights in the stem of Scots Pine trees in Bulgaria. The resin content decreased with increasing height in the stem, and averaged 5.1% (sapwood 3.77%, heartwood 6.43%).

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