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Published by Springer in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile wood.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-291) and index.

    StatementB.J. Zobel, J.R. Sprague.
    SeriesSpringer series in wood science
    ContributionsSprague, J. R. 1948-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSD535.7 .Z627 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 300 p. :
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL345135M
    ISBN 103540640320
    LC Control Number98004126

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Juvenile Wood in Forest Trees (Springer Series in Wood Science) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.

Edition by Bruce J. Zobel (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating ISBN Cited by: The largest present-day source of conifer juvenile wood is from thinnings of plantations where millions of hectares of pine were planted too densely. Because of the better growth rate resulting from improved silviculture and good genetic stock, plantations will need to be thinned heavily.

The largest present-day source of conifer juvenile wood is from thinnings of plantations where millions of hectares of pine were planted too densely. Because of the better growth rate resulting from improved silviculture and good genetic stock, plantations will.

Get this from a library. Juvenile wood in forest trees. [Bruce Zobel; J R Sprague] -- Until recently, the quality of juvenile wood and its resulting effect on the final product were ignored or not well known.

Because of the increased amount of juvenile wood, this knowledge has become. There are many characteristics of juvenile wood, described by investigators such as Knigge and Koltzenburg (), Foelkel et al. (), Thomas (), Zobel and Talbert (), Krahmer (), and Zobel and van Juvenile wood in forest trees book ().

Juvenile wood in forest trees book general attitude of. In the juvenile zone, the tracheid lengths increased fold in Norway spruce wood, while in Scots pine and European larch wood it was approximately fold. By contrast, in the mature wood zone the tracheid lengths was stabilized at a certain level, showing slight fluctuations.

The transition from juvenile wood (formed during the first 10–20 years of a tree's life, i.e. in young trees and in the crown of older trees; Zobel and Sprague, ) to mature wood (MW) is another major transition typically found in wood during a tree's life (Fig.

4A). As demand for wood continues to increase and as new trees are developed. All trees have juvenile wood, but it had little significance when the timber supply was primarily old-growth trees grown in natural forest conditions. In these trees, the juvenile wood core was small because early growth was suppressed by competition from surrounding trees.

Additionally, the percentage of juvenile wood in the total volume was. Juvenile wood is commonly defined as the zone of wood extending outward from the pith where wood characteristics undergo rapid and progressive changes in successively older growth rings.

Older wood beyond the juvenile core has been referred to as mature wood, adult wood, and outer wood. Get this from a library. Juvenile Wood in Forest Trees. [Bruce J Zobel; Jerry R Sprague] -- Until recently, the quality of juvenile wood and the resulting effect on the final product when used were ignored or not well known.

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There is a tendency that the specific gravity can influence the hardwood fiber wall thickness, lignin content, pulp yield, Kappa Number, and the physical. Addeddate Identifier forestrybooks Identifier-ark ark://t6h16k46f Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader Core wood, or juvenile wood, cells are prone to high longitudinal shrinkage during drying, and they tend to be weaker than the mature wood cells found beyond the core (which formed farther away from the crown and later in the tree’s life).

In general, juvenile wood is less dense than mature wood. Forest management and wood quality. In Proceedings of Southern Plantation Wood Quality Workshop, 6–7 JuneAthens, Ga. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. SE pp. 47– Google Scholar. found: Work cat.: Zobel, B.

Juvenile wood in forest trees, CIP galley (the wood within 10 rings of the pith It is now common to call the wood formed near the tree center juvenile wood also core wood; the wood formed near the pith characterized by the progressive increase in fiber length, fiber wall thickness and basic density).

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The objective of research was to determine the density of juvenile (JW) and mature wood (MW) of selected coniferous species growing in the Czech Republic.

The research included the wood of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.), Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) and European larch (Larix decidua Mill.). The juvenile wood density close to the pith was kg.m-3 for spruce, kg.m-3 for pine.

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