Determination of optimal photographic conditions for anatomical characterization of ten timber species of Costa Rica

Revista Cubana de Ciencias Forestales

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Title Determination of optimal photographic conditions for anatomical characterization of ten timber species of Costa Rica
Determinación de las condiciones fotográficas óptimas para la caracterización anatómica de diez especies maderables de Costa Rica
Determinação das condições fotográficas ideais para a caracterização anatómica de dez espécies de madeira na Costa Rica
 
Creator Valverde, Juan Carlos
Arias, Dagoberto
Mata, Erick
Figueroa, Geovanni
Zamora, Nelson
 
Subject
Wood anatomy; Microscopy; Tropical species.

Wood anatomy; Microscopy; Tropical species.

Anatomia da madeira; Microscopia; Espécies tropicais.
 
Description There is an absence of studies on tropical timber species that show the optimization in quantity and dimensions of wood photography in anatomical studies, an aspect that restricts the statistical representativeness in anatomical studies in tropical species. The study presented as an objective to determine the dimensions and minimum quantity of macroscopic photographs that can be represented in tropical species and to analyze the relationship between photographic dimensions and anatomical characteristics. Ten tree species were selected for this purpose; eight to fifteen cylindrical wood specimen of 12.5 mm diameter and 75 mm length were collected from each species, which were dried and photographed on the transverse side. The results showed a variation from 19 to 35 photographs as minimum quantity per species, being Spondias mombin the species with the highest requirement of photographs with 35, while Caryocar costarricense the one with the lowest amount of minimum photographs; furthermore, the optimal common dimension of photographs was 1.25 x 1.25 mm, being Peltogyne purpurea the species that could be worked with even lower dimensions. The combination of the minimum number of photographs and the optimal dimension allowed to be representative and reproducible in more than 90 %. Finally, a correlation was found between the size of the image and the diameter of the vessels; the ratio was that as the diameter of the vessels is smaller, it is possible to work with smaller photographs with a ratio greater than 70 %.
Existe una ausencia de estudios en especies maderables tropicales que muestren la optimización en cantidad y dimensiones de fotografía de madera en estudios anatómicos, aspecto que restringe la representatividad estadística en estudios anatómicos en especies tropicales. El estudio presentó como objetivo determinar la dimensiones y cantidad mínima de fotografías macroscópicas representables en especies tropicales y analizar la relación entre dimensiones fotográficas y características anatómicas. Para ello se seleccionaron diez especies arbóreas; de cada especie se colectaron de ocho a quince muestras cilíndricas de madera de 12,5 mm de diámetro y longitud de 75 mm, las cuales se secaron y fotografiaron en la cara trasversal. Los resultados mostraron una variación de 19 a 35 fotografías como cantidad mínima por especie, siendo Spondias mombin la especie con mayor requerimiento de fotografías con 35, mientras Caryocar costarricense la de menor cantidad de fotografías mínimas; además, la dimensión óptima común de fotografías fue de 1,25 x 1,25 mm, siendo Peltogyne purpurea la especie que se pudo trabajar con dimensiones todavía más bajas. La combinación de la cantidad de fotografías mínimas y la dimensión óptima permitió tener representatividades y reproducibilidades superiores al 90 %. Finalmente, se halló una correlación entre la dimensión de la imagen y el diámetro de vasos; la relación consistía en que conforme el diámetro de vasos es menor, es posible trabajar con fotografías de menor dimensión con una relación superior al 70 %.
Há uma ausência de estudos sobre espécies de madeiras tropicais que mostram a optimização em quantidade e dimensões da fotografia em estudos anatómicos de madeira, um aspecto que restringe a representatividade estatística em estudos anatómicos em espécies tropicais. O estudo apresentado como objectivo para determinar as dimensões e quantidade mínima de fotografias macroscópicas que podem ser representadas em espécies tropicais e para analisar a relação entre dimensões fotográficas e características anatómicas. Dez espécies de árvores foram selecionadas para este fim; oito a quinze amostras cilíndricas de madeira de 12,5 mm de diâmetro e 75 mm de comprimento foram recolhidas de cada espécie, que foram secas e fotografadas no lado transversal. Os resultados mostraram uma variação de 19 a 35 fotografias como quantidade mínima por espécie, sendo Spondias mombin a espécie com maior exigência de fotografias com 35, enquanto Caryocar costarricense a espécie com menor quantidade de fotografias mínimas; além disso, a dimensão óptima comum das fotografias foi de 1,25 x 1,25 mm, sendo Peltogyne purpúrea a espécie que poderia ser trabalhada com dimensões ainda mais baixas. A combinação do número mínimo de fotografias e a dimensão óptima permitiu ter representatividades e produtividades superiores a 90 %. Finalmente, foi encontrada uma correlação entre o tamanho da imagem e o diâmetro dos vasos; a razão foi que, como o diâmetro dos vasos é menor, é possível trabalhar com fotografias menores com uma razão superior a 70 %.
 
Publisher Universidad de Pinar del Río "Hnos. Saíz Montes de Oca"
 
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Date 2020-11-11
 
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Source Revista Cubana de Ciencias Forestales; Vol. 8, Núm. 3 (2020): septiembre-diciembre; 439-455
Revista Cubana de Ciencias Forestales; Vol. 8, Núm. 3 (2020): septiembre-diciembre; 439-455
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