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Juana Graciela Moglia ; M.E. Figueroa ; J.A. Díaz Zírpolo ; Federico Calatayu ;Madera y Bosques 2014, 20 2

Author: Ana María Giménez

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Madera y Bosques ISSN: 1405-0471 publicaciones@ecologia.edu.mx Instituto de Ecología, A.C. México Giménez, Ana María; Moglia, Juana Graciela; Figueroa, M.E.; Díaz Zírpolo, J.A.; Calatayu, Federico Comparative wood anatomy of Maytenus in Northwestern Argentina (South America) Madera y Bosques, vol.
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2, 2014, pp.
95-110 Instituto de Ecología, A.C. Xalapa, México Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=61732072008 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Madera y Bosques vol.
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2 : 95-110 Verano 2014 Comparative wood anatomy of Maytenus in Northwestern Argentina (South America) Anatomía comparada del leño de Maytenus en el Noroeste de Argentina (Sudamérica) Ana María Giménez1, Juana Graciela Moglia1, M.E.
Figueroa1, J.A.
Díaz Zírpolo1 and Federico Calatayu1 1 LAM (Laboratorio de Anatomía de Madera) Facultad de Ciencias Forestales, Universidad Nacional de Santiago del Estero (UNSE), Argentina.
amig@unse. edu.ar Abstract This paper is a comparative wood anatomy study of four species of the genus Maytenus living in Northwest Argentina: Maytenus vitisidaea, M.
viscifolia, M.
spinosa and M.
cuezzoi.
The specimens were collected in Santiago del Estero and Salta, Argentina and wood samples are safeguarded in the collection of the LAM (Laboratory of Wood Anatomy), Faculty of Forestry of Santiago del Estero University (UNSE), Argentina.
The terminology used followed the IAWA List of Microscopic Features for Hardwood Identification.
The diagnostic features of wood anatomical characters were evaluated by employing statistical methods such as Cluster Analysis (CA) and Principal Component Analysis (PCA).
PCA showed vessel diameter, fibre wall, and ray width to be significant va...





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