Hardwood cells Hardwoods have a more complex cell structure than softwoods. They contain several specialised types of cells in widely varying proportions. Specific characteristics of hardwoods are a lack of radial alignment of cells, variable size and composition of cells, abundance of rays, and the presence of pores or vessel elements. The four main cell
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