Images of sections of tissue taken from the upper side of leaning stems of Populus deltoides were projected on a paper grid system. Specimens were oriented so that the cambium and the last three annual increments were included in cross section. Counts of stimulated and non-stimulated cells in randomly selected grids were recorded. This procedure provides a means of subjecting the incidence of tension wood and other cytohistological phenomena to statistical analysis.
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Berlyn, Graeme P.
"A Biometric Technique for Reaction Tissue Research,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 66:
, Article 12.
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