NZJFS - Volume 36 (2006)

  • Modelling TMP fibre morphology and pulp properties from wood and forest data: The example of Norway spruce

    Lecourt, M. ; Bouvet, A. ; Deleuze, Bre
    [558.0 KB] (pdf).
  • Increasing value from pruned logs with partial knowledge of internal defects

    Todoroki, C. L. ; Lowell, E.
    [711.3 KB] (pdf).
  • Finite element simulation of growth stress formation and related board distortions resulting from sawing and forced drying

    Ormarsson, S. ; Johansson, M.
    [1.7 MB] (pdf).
  • Rapid prediction of basic wood properties by near infrared spectroscopy

    Haartveit, E. Y. ; Flæte, P. O.
    [713.4 KB] (pdf).
  • Near infrared spectroscopy with multivariate statistical modelling as a tool for differentiation of wood from tree species with similar appearance

    Fl‘te, P. O. ; Haartveit, E. Y. ; Vadla, K.
    [697.9 KB] (pdf).
  • Identifying timber performance classes using latent class regression

    Mutz, R. ; Bruchert, F.
    [512.9 KB] (pdf).
  • Modelling water sorption gradients in spruce wood using CT scanned data

    Sandberg, K.
    [779.8 KB] (pdf).
  • First typology of oak and Scots pine mixed stands in Orleans Forest (France), based on the canopy spatial structure

    Ngo Bieng, M. A. ; Ginisty, C. ; Goreaud, F. ; Perot, T.
    [1.2 MB] (pdf).
  • Variability in stem wood properties due to branches

    Grace, J. C. ; Pont, D. ; Sherman, L. ; Woo, G. ; Aitchison, D.
    [911.5 KB] (pdf).
  • Intensive management influence on Douglas fir stem form, branch characteristics, and simulated product recovery

    Weiskittel, A. R. ; Maguire, D. A. ; Monserud, R. A. ; Rose, R. ; Turnblom, E. C.
    [515.0 KB] (pdf).
  • PuMe - Interactive learning environment employing the pipequal model for forest growth and wood quality

    Vanninen, P. ; Harkonen, S. ; Enkenberg, J. ; Makela, A.
    [509.4 KB] (pdf).
  • Two complementary indicators to rank various oak wood defects according to different users' advice

    Cavaignac, S. ; Le Mogueedec, G. ; Nepveu, G.
    [1.6 MB] (pdf).
  • Predicting the branching properties of Sitka spruce grown in Great Britain

    Achim, A. ; Gardiner, B. ; Leban, J. M. ; Daquitaine, R.
    [961.8 KB] (pdf).
  • Estimating rotation age for producing clearwood at specific levels

    Todoroki, C. L. ; Gordon, A. D. ; van der Colff, M.
    [660.2 KB] (pdf).
  • Automatic selection, bucking control, and sorting of sawlogs suitable for appearance-grade sawnwood for the furniture industry

    Moberg, L. ; ller, J. J. ; Sondell, J.
    [755.9 KB] (pdf).
  • Using measured and modelled wood quality information to optimise harvest scheduling and log allocation decisions

    Gordon, A. D. ; Wakelin, S. J. ; Threadgill, J. A.
    [663.0 KB] (pdf).
  • Optimising the chain from the plant to the plank, taking into account considerations related to sustainable management. New results on sessile oak silviculture

    Nepveu, G. ; Le Moguedec, G. ; Bucket, E. ; Mothe, F. ; Legay, M.
    [2.0 MB] (pdf).
  • Introduction to fifth workshop of IUFRO Working Party 5.01.04 on Wood Quality Modelling

    Todoroki, C.
    [167.7 KB] (pdf).
  • Tracheary element differentiation and secondary cell-wall formation in cell cultures of coniferous gymnosperms

    Moller, R.
    [1.6 MB] (pdf).
  • Profiling methods for the analysis of cell wall polysaccharides

    Immerzeel, P. ; Pauly, M.
    [716.9 KB] (pdf).
  • Flower petal cell walls: Changes associated with flower opening and senescence

    O'Donoghue, E. M.
    [145.0 KB] (pdf).
  • Kiwifruit cell walls: Towards an understanding of softening?

    Schroder, Roswitha ; Atkinson, Ross G.
    [981.4 KB] (pdf).
  • Primary cell wall metabolism during fruit ripening

    Brummell, D. A.
    [67.1 KB] (pdf).
  • Improving stiffness of lignocellulosics through cell wall modification with chitosan-melamine co-polymers

    Torr, K. M. ; Singh, A. P. ; Franich, R. A.
    [1.1 MB] (pdf).
  • Cell wall modifications in woody stems induced by mechanical stress

    Schmitt, U. ; Singh, A. ; Frankenstein, C. ; ller, R.
    [220.2 KB] (pdf).
  • Secondary cell wall polymers studied by confocal raman microscopy: Spatial distribution, orientation, and molecular deformation

    Gierlinger, N. ; Burgert, I.
    [673.7 KB] (pdf).
  • FTIR imaging as a new tool for cell wall analysis of wood

    Naumann, A. ; Polle, A.
    [986.3 KB] (pdf).
  • Primary and secondary plant cell walls: A comparative overview

    Harris, P. J.
    [734.5 KB] (pdf).
  • Introduction to First Joint New Zealand-German Symposium on Plant Cell Walls, Scion, Rotorua, New Zealand, 22-24 June 2005

    Moller, R. ; Singh, A.
    [64.1 KB] (pdf).
  • Mimicking natural variability in tree height of pine species using a stochastic height-diameter relationship

    Barrio-Anta, M. ; Dieguez-Aranda, U. ; Castedo-Dorado, F. ; Alvarez-Gonzalez, J. G. ; Rojo-Alboreca, A.
    [1.2 MB] (pdf).
  • Risk assessment of inundative biological control with Chondrostereum purpureum in New Zealand

    Ramsfield, T. D.
    [598.5 KB] (pdf).
  • Fungi silvicolae novazelandiae: 6

    Gadgil, P. D. ; Dick, M.
    [57.7 KB] (pdf).
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