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Znanstveno-stručno i staleško glasilo
Hrvatskoga šumarskoga društva
Journal of Forestry Society of Croatia
      Prvi puta izašao 1877. godine i neprekidno izlazi do današnjeg dana
   ISSN No.: 0373-1332              UDC 630* https://doi.org/10.31298/sl
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EDITORIAL
     
EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT     pdf     HR     EN 341
 
ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
     
Jakovljević,T., M. Gradečki-Poštenjak, I. Radojčić Redovniković UDK 630* 232.3 (Pinus pinea L.) (001)
Physiological, Chemical andAntioxidant Properties of Fresh and Stored Stone Pine Seed (Pinus pinea L.)     pdf     HR     EN 343
 
PRELIMINARY COMMUNICATION
     
Mihoci, I., M. Franjević UDK 630* 453
Rare and Threatened Geometrid Moth Erannis ankeraria in Croatia: Historical Review, data Analysis & Perspectives     pdf     HR     EN 353
Kajba,D., J. Domac, V. Šegon UDK 630* 537 + 238
Procjena potencijala brzorastućih nasada u Republici Hrvatskoj: Primjer razultata u sklopu FP7 projekta Biomass energy Europe     pdf     HR     EN 361
Kličić,H., S. Govorčin,T. Sinković, S. Gurda,T. Sedlar UDK 630* 812 (Pinus sylvestris L.)
Macroscopic Characteristics and Density of Scots Pine (Pinus Sylvestris L.) from Cazin, Bosnia and Herzegowina     pdf     HR     EN 371
Summary: Plantation cultivation of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestrisL.) in the world applies a longer period of time. The study of macroscopic properties and density of plantation grown Scots pine from the area of Cazin in Bosnia and Herzegovina was carried out in order to acquire knowledge about the macroscopic characteristics and density so grown pine. Plantation growth (Buckman, 1985) is primarily carried out for species of wood which, in short rotation, accomplish the greatest financial and general useful functions in a given area.
Under the provisions of ISO 3129 from year 1975, 76 test trees for studying were selected. From department 30 of unit Gata 40 test trees were taken, and from department 26 of unit Gata 36 test trees were taken. All relevant parameters were collected on selected test trees: geographical position, diameter at breast height, ground plan projection of tree top, tree orientation toward cardinal points, total tree height, height to first living branch and stump height (Kličić, 2006). Test trees were classified into three diameter classes: (1) 11 to 20 cm of diameter at breast height, (2) 21 to 30 cm of diameter at breast height and (3) 31 to 40 cm of diameter at breast height. From each test tree test sample of about 70 cm length was made, beginning at breast height. Following macroscopic properties were measured: ring width, latewood width and latewood percentage was calculated. Density was measured in oven dry condition and also basic density.
The range of ring width of studied Scots pine is large and ranges from 0.3 mm to 16.6 mm, with mean value for all three diameter classes of 3.6 mm. The range of ring width can be also seen through the variance of 4.28. Mean values of ring width for each diameter class mutually differ significantly. Distribution trend of ring width in radial direction is downward, with no major signs of achieving more constant values for all diameter classes.
Latewood percentage ranges from 1.7 % to 90 % with mean value of 38.6 % for all three diameter classes together. Distribution trend of latewood percentage in radial direction is growing. Density in oven dry condition ranges from 0.308g/cm3to 0.690 g/cm3, with mean value of 0.469 g/cm3for all three diameter classes.
Wood in trees of diameter at breast height from 11 to 20 cm has mean value of density in oven dry condition of 0.482 g/cm3, in trees of diameter at breast height from 21 to 30 cm mean value of density in oven dry condition is 0.481 g/cm3, and in trees of diameter at breast height from 31 to 40 cm is 0.453g/cm3. Mean value of density in oven dry condition for all three diameter classes is significantly different. Distribution trend of density in oven dry condition is growing for all three diameter classes, without any indication of achieving more constant values.
Basic density ranges from 0.283 g/cm3to 0.644 g/cm3, with mean value of 0.419g/cm3 for all three diameter classes together. Mean values of basic density for all three diameter classes mutually differ significantly.
Key words: density; macroscopic characteristics; plantation growth; Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.)
 
PROFESSIONAL PAPERS
     
Barčić, D., N. Panić UDK 630* 907
Ecological Valorisation of the ProtectedArea of “Kopački Rit” Nature Park     pdf     HR     EN 379
Mayer, Željko UDK 630* 232 (Juglans nigra L.)
Establishing Cultures of Black Walnut (Juglans nigra L.) by Generative Propagation     pdf     HR     EN 391

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