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Mihai-Florin Ostafi, Florin Dinulică and Valeriu-Norocel Nicolescu

maximum annual values, frequently between 5 and 10 mm, reached 24.4 mm at the age of 9 years and height of 3.3 m; in fact, this value is a severe outlier, explained by the local presence of double heart. The central trend of distribution of density was similar to the values from the literature ( Table 1 ). With some exceptions ( a *, average series of RW, and h ), the distributions of experimental variables were skewed and peaked (the skewness and kurtosis values were not included into the tables). Especially b * and C * were skewed to the left and extremely

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Olexander Zhukov, Olga Kunah, Yulia Dubinina, Dmitry Ganga and Galina Zadorozhnaya

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Dirk H. R. Spennemann and Maggie J. Watson

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