Ring Research Goes Cellular: Researching wood anatomy, tree rings, and sap flow at the College of Forestry, featuring Dr. Barb Gartner Public Deposited

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Scientists study tree growth rings and sap flow in an attempt to understand why trees need both juvenile and mature wood.

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  • Davis, Caryn. 2006. Ring Research Goes Cellular: Researching wood anatomy, tree rings, and sap flow at the College of Forestry, featuring Dr. Barb Gartner. Notable Notes in Forest Research, ed. Caryn M Davis, College of Forestry, Oregon State University, Corvallis. 1 p.
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