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Electrical Resistance in Tree Cambium Zone: Relationship to Rates of Growth and Wound Closure

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Abstract:

Resistance to a pulsed electric current in the cambial zone of sprout red maple and hybrid poplar was inversely proportional to rate of growth. In hybrid poplars, resistance was also inversely proportional to rate of wound closure, but not to amount of wood discoloration. FOREST SCI. 23:326-329.

Keywords: Bioelectronics; vigor; wood discoloration; wound healing

Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Biological Technicians, U.S. Forest Service, Durham, New Hampshire 03824

Publication date: September 1, 1977

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