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- Karlsson, B.; Swedjemark, G.
- Scandinavian journal of forest research 2006 v.21 no.2 pp. 108-114
- genetic variation; decay resistance; forest trees; Picea abies; growth traits; decayed wood; decay fungi; root rot; wood quality; clones; heritability; economic analysis; timber production; forest yields; forest economics; sampling; statistical analysis; Sweden
- Yohama Puentes Rodriguez; Helena Puhakka-Tarvainen; Ossi Pastinen; Matti Siika-aho; Leila Alvila; Ossi Turunen; Luis Morales; Ari Pappinen
- Canadian journal of forest research = 2011 v.42 no.1 pp. 38-46
- Heterobasidion; Picea abies; Trichoderma viride; biofuels; biomass; cellulases; clones; correlation; decayed wood; enzymatic hydrolysis; genotype; glucans; heartwood; hydrolysis; lignin; lignocellulose; reducing sugars; sapwood; softwood; trees; wood density
- ... The structure of softwoods, which confers resistance to degradation through hydrolysis and decay, currently limits their use for the production of biofuels. However, since wood is very heterogeneous, it is possible that differences in wood properties within and between trees could differentially affect its processability. In this research, heartwood (inner) and sapwood (outer) from Norway spruce ( ...