publication . Article . 2005

non destructive estimation of pinus taeda l tracheid morphological characteristics for samples from a wide range of sites in georgia

P. D. Jones; L. R. Schimleck; G. F. Peter; R. F. Daniels; A. Clark;
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  • Published: 15 Sep 2005 Journal: Wood Science and Technology, volume 39 (issn: 0043-7719, eissn: 1432-5225, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC
Abstract
Tracheid coarseness, specific surface, wall thickness, perimeter, and radial and tangential diameter from 119 radial strips of Pinus taeda L. (loblolly pine) trees grown on 14 sites in three physiographic regions of Georgia (USA) were measured by SilviScan. NIR spectra were also collected in 10 mm increments from the radial longitudinal surface of each strip and split into calibration (9 sites, 729 spectra) and prediction sets (6 sites, 225 spectra). NIR spectra (untreated and mathematically treated first and second derivative and multiplicative scatter correction) were correlated with tracheid properties to develop calibrations for the estimation of these prope...
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free text keywords: Plant Science, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Forestry, General Materials Science, Composite material, Softwood, Calibration, Second derivative, Mineralogy, Tracheid, Scatter correction, Perimeter, Loblolly pine, Botany, Nondestructive testing, business.industry, business, Materials science
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