50] was supplanted with mean annual ring
width for the interval from annual rings
six to ten ([ARW.
Observations of annual rings
on scales and otoliths were conducted by using stereo microscope (Leica MZ75, Germany) and photographs of scales and otoliths were taken and saved (Leica DFC300 FX).
The values of distances between annual rings
on the muscle scar corresponded to the values of distances between shell parts with the thinnest shell increments.
We measured annual ring
widths, graphed radial growth patterns, and identified possible disturbance dates for each site when radial growth increased concurrently in least 2 trees per site within 5 years.
At the macroscopic level, decay fungi showed differing abilities in exposing the border of annual rings
Similarly, levels of manganese (Mn) in Scots pine stem are high in old annual rings
and decrease towards the bark (Butkus et al.
The annual rings
of otoliths of younger age groups are better readable than in older fish (ages 7 years and more).
width, density) and chemical properties of these annual rings
provides potential proxies for the environmental factors that influence tree growth.
In temperate regions, such activity usually occurs only once during the growing season each calendar year, and thus these are termed annual rings
, as seen in Figure 8-2.
Dendroecology is the study of the ecological and environmental changes depicted in the annual rings
1 percent in supermarkets with $2 million or more in annual rings
for the 52-week period ending March 25.
As this seasonal pattern was the same for age classes 1 to 6, Davis and West (1992) pooled the data and used a graphical representation to show the time of formation of the annual rings