Gray, (Apocynacae), has annual growth rings in the belowground tuber-like taproot identified by a semi-porous ring structure with a thick latewood
band of parenchyma cells (Dee and Palmer, 2017).
Chemical composition of earlywood and latewood
in Norway spruce heartwood.
Correlation coefficient between monthly average precipitation and accumulative from 1961 to 2004, and total annual ring, earlywood and latewood
indexes of Pinus oocarpa.
(9) Auxiliary cells in latewood
aiding survival of cambium.
Researchers looked at previous measurements of latewood
tree rings taken from the British Isles and the northeast Mediterranean region, with the rings covering the years 1728-1975 (latewood
is the portion of an annual tree ring that forms in the latter part of the growing season).
Owing to its spot size, the ASD probe was able to capture more sample variability, that is, variation in earlywood and latewood
components of individual rings, while it was not possible to achieve the same coverage when collecting two spectra using the Foss probe.
Boreal temperature variability inferred from maximum latewood
density and tree-ring width data, Wrangell Mountain region, Alaska.
For example, these two species have distinct differences with respect to the transition from earlywood to latewood
with Douglas-fir having an abrupt transition and white fir having a gradual transition.
Analyzing more minutely it is noticed that the relative proportion of latewood
per unit length in the specimens used is greater in the tangential plane than in the radial plane, which help understand, among other factors, the highest values of the first mentioned plan.
Red oak is a ring porous hardwood with prominent and conspicuous rays and thick-walled latewood
Application of high-frequency densitometry to detect changes in early- and latewood
density of oak (Quercus robur L.) due to thermal modification.