Diagrama de manejo da densidade para povoamento de Pinus taeda L. manejado sem desbast

Paulo Sérgio Pigatto Schneider, Frederico Dimas Fleig, Paulo Renato Schneider, César Augusto Guimarães Finger, Djalma Millers Chaves, Antônio Maurício Moreira

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igual a 0,00034, não significativo a 0,01% de probabilidade, demonstrando que os valores reais e os estimados não diferem estatisticamente entre si.

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diagrama; sem desbaste; densidade; <i>Pinus taeda</i>

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