IAWALlST OF MICROSCOPIC FEATURES FOR HARDWOOD IDENTIFICATION with an Appendix on non-anatomical information IAWA Committee Veronica Angyalossy Alfonso - Sao Paulo, Brazil Pieter Baas - Leiden, The Netherlands Sherwin Carlquist - Claremont, Califomia, USA Joao Peres Chimelo - Sao Paulo, Brazil Vera T. Rauber Coradin - Brasilia, Brazil Pierre Detienne - Nogent-sur-Mame, France Peter E. Gasson - Kew, UK Dietger Grosser - München, FRG Jugo nic - Highett, Victoria, Australia Keiko Kuroda - Kyoto, Japan Regis B. Miller - Madison, Wisconsin, USA Ken Ogata - Tsukuba, Japan Hans Georg Richter - Hamburg, FRG Ben J. H. ter Welle - Utrecht, The Netherlands Elisabeth A. Wheeler - Raleigh, North CaroIina, USA edited by E.A. Wheeler, P. Baas and P.E. Gasson © 1989. IAWA Bulletin n.s. 10 (3): 219-332 Published for the International Association of Wood Anatomists at the Rijksherbarlum, Leiden, The Netherlands PREFACE This list of microscopic features for hardwood identification is the successor to the 'Standard List of Characters Suitable For Computerized Hardwood Identification' published in 1981 (IAWA Bulletin n.s. 2: 99-145) with an explanation of the coding procedure by R.B. Miller. The 1981 publication greatly stimulated international exchange of information and experience on characters suitable for hardwood
IAWA Journal – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1989
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