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AFLP air dry Binn Bulian Burseraceae characteristics climate chamber cluster analysis cluster analysis UPGMA color complete randomized design conducted daging and kapur daging type density Diameter cm diameter increment Dipterocarpaceae distribution dominant etal Euclidean and scale Eusideroxylon zwageri Teijsm exilis fiber Figure green growth rate Indonesia investigated logs Jambi kapur types kg/cm² Kostermans Lauraceae Leaf shape Litsea Litsea spp mean number mechanical properties medang morphological structures Number of samples nutrients Ochanostachys amentacea ovoidus Palaquium Palaquium spp parallel to grain parameters parenchyma Peronema canescens physical and mechanical ratio reported revealed by cluster ring width root saplings Sapotaceae Scharai-Rad seed shapes seedlings planted Semandai Senami Senami forest shows shrinkage sirap and tanduk sirap type soil texture standard deviation Hintze stem area Sumatra Table tanduk type total leaf area tree ring tree species type of Euclidean UPGMA wood properties zwageri seedlings zwageri types zwageri types revealed zwageri varieties
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