The Flow of Liquid Through Radial Resin Canals
Abstract:It has long been suspected that resin canals in woods possessing them exert an influence on the movement of liqnids in snch woods. In the following article several methods of demonstrating and measuring the flow of liquids through resin canals are described. Not all the sections of woods having resin canals show visible evidence of flow through the canals and the number of open canals in a given area varies not only in different species but in different sections of the same wood.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: University of Minnesota
Publication date: 1938-04-01
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