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Modeling Wound-Closure Response Over Time in Douglas-Fir Trees
Wound closure is an important component of tree recovery from bole damage. Damage to young Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii [Mirb.] Franco) stands in the precommercial and commercial stages is common, yet few studies have looked at how trees at these stages of stand development respond to common forms of damage. Using data from a 10-year study of artificially damaged Douglas-fir trees, we found reduced potential for relative wound closure with increasing initial tree bole diameter, anddoi:10.1093/forsci/fxy049 fatcat:42mkr3cuovd2xnocfefldfrthm