International Association of Wood Anatomists (IAWA)
Association internationale des anatomistes du bois
Asociación Internacional de Anatomistas de la Madera
Internationaler Verband der Holzanatomen
1931-07-04 Paris France
Established following a meeting of wood anatomists at F-XF1402 - International Botanical Congress (IBC), 1930, Cambridge (UK).
Create awareness of the place of wood anatomy in science, technology and conservation of natural resources; exchange ideas and information; encourage and assist study and teaching of wood anatomy and related fields and promote research; facilitate collection, storage and exchange of research materials; provide rational bases for consistent terminology descriptions; cooperate with others having similar aims in related fields of plant anatomy.
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