With the authorization and help of IAWA, the IAWA list of microscopic features for softwood identification in Serbian is compiled by Pedja Janaćković and Milan Gavrilović from the Department of Morphology and Systematics
At the second online IAWA Youth Forum on 10 December 2022, organised by the IAWA China Group and the South China Agricultural University, the first Sherwin Carquist awards were selected by an international group of five judges.
When we finalized this Newsletter Dr. Gerald Koch informed us that Professor Walter Liese (Hamburg, Germany) passed away on 24 February at the age of 97. His great services to Tree Biology, Forestry, Wood Science, Wood ultrastructure and Bam
A cameral wood anatomical workshop was conducted by Kamil Frankiewicz of South African Biodiversity Institute and University of Cape Town, at the Agrocampus (University of La Runion) in Saint-Pierre on the paradise island of La Runion
The XXII Mexican Botanical Congress was held in the beautiful city of Puebla in the Puebla State. Puebla is well-known for its colonial architecture and its Talavera pottery. The state is also notorious for its contrasting vegetation
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The knowledge about recognition and utilization of the most important internationally traded timbers is of prime importance to forestry and wood industry as well as timber trade and even control authorities.
The Anatomical Database and Atlas of Chinese Woods by Takao Itoh, Biao Pan, Yuzou Sano and Pieter Baas et al. was officially published on June 30, 2022. This publication is an important landmark in the wood anatomical literature.
On June 28th, 2022, Clarivate released the impact factors of scientific journals for 2021. The impact factor of IAWA Journal, sponsored by the International Association of Wood Anatomists, is 2.987 in 2021.
Brazil has the most considerable diversity of timber-producing species in the world. It has more than eight thousand tree species in forests. The country is one of the essential timber growers worldwide and contributes to the development
The recipient of the 2021 IW Bailey award is Shohei Yamagishi, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University awarded for his paper entitled: Artifactual lipid coatings on intervessel pit membranes in dried xylem tissues of some
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