IAWA Bulletin n.s., Vol. 11 (1), 1990 Report from the Second Pacific Regional Wood Anatomy Conference at Los Baiios, the Philippines The Second Pacific Regional Wood Anatomy Conference was held at the Forest Products Research and Development Institute (FPRDI), Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines on 15th to 21st October 1989. The conference was jointly sponsored by the lAWA, IUFRO Division 5, the FPRDI and a number of cosponsors including the Philippines Wood Products Association, the Forestry Management Bureau, the Ecosystems and Development Bureau and the University of the Philippines. The theme of the conference was "Wood structure and quality: basis for improved utilisation of timbers." Sessions included: 1) Wood quality assessment of industrial tree plantation species and lesser-known species. 2) Wood anatomy, identification, systematics and ecological wood anatomy-I. 3) Structure-property relationships. 4) Wood anatomy, identification, systematics and ecological anatomy-II. 5) Ultrastructure and analysis of wood elements. 6) Forestry/wood structure relationships. 7) Anatomy, property assessment of monocotyledons (bamboo, rattan, erect palms). There were 77 participants present from 16 countries. A total of 43 papers were presented and 12 posters exhibited. Highlights of the proceedings included the plenary lectures of Dr. Ted Hillis on structure-property relationships of wood as they affect
IAWA Journal – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1990
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