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eBook Wood Quality and its Biological Basis (Sheffield Biological Siences) ePub

by John R. Barnett,George Jeronimidis

  • ISBN: 0849328195
  • Category: Nature and Ecology
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: John R. Barnett,George Jeronimidis
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackwell; 1 edition (October 27, 2003)
  • Pages: 226
  • ePub book: 1766 kb
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JOHN R. BARNETT and GEORGE JERONIMIDIS . Introduction . Early studies of reaction wood formation .  . Centre for Biomimetics, School of Construction Management and Engineering, The University of Reading, Reading, RG6 2AY, UK. Prof.

JOHN R. Induction of reaction wood formation . 1 The role of auxin . 2 The role of ethylene . 3 The role of gibberellins . 4 The role of stress. 118 121 122 122 124 124 124. viii. Barnett, George Jeronimidis. This book addresses the biological and environmental factors relevant to the quality of wood and its use within two of the world's major industries - the structural timber industry and the pulp/papermaking industry. The text also includes a chapter on the chemical constituents of wood and the factors inducing variability.

Описание: Biological systems are regulated by the thermodynamic parameters of pressure and .

Описание: Biological systems are regulated by the thermodynamic parameters of pressure and temperature. With the help of new spectroscopic methods it is now possible to study the structure and function of such systems under extreme pressures and temperatures. This book described the resulting theory and applications of these pressure and temperature effects.

Its quality results largely from the chemical and physical structure of the cell walls of its component fibres, which can be modified in nature as the tree responds to physical environmental stresses

Its quality results largely from the chemical and physical structure of the cell walls of its component fibres, which can be modified in nature as the tree responds to physical environmental stresses. Internal stresses can accumulate, which are released catastrophically when the tree is felled, often rendering the timber useless. The quality of timber as an engineering material also depends on the structure of the wood and the way in which it has developed in the living tree

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This volume provides an overview of the biological and environmental factors relevant to the quality of wood and its use within the structural timber and pulp/papermaking industries. A chapter is included on the chemical constituents of wood and the factors inducing variability. Authors have been selected from leading laboratories around the world.

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Barnett and G. Jeronimidis. We are grateful to all those who have contributed chapters. 8 wood quality and its biological basis. distance, little or no cambial growth attending their primary growth.

Its quality results largely from the chemical and physical structure of the cell walls of its component fibres, which . Tree improvement for quality cannot be carried out without an understanding of the biological basis underlying wood formation and structure

Its quality results largely from the chemical and physical structure of the cell walls of its component fibres, which can be modified in nature as the tree responds to physical environmental stresses. Tree improvement for quality cannot be carried out without an understanding of the biological basis underlying wood formation and structure

Its quality results largely from the chemical and physical structure of the cell walls of its component fibres, which can be modified in nature as the tree responds to physical environmental stresses

Its quality results largely from the chemical and physical structure of the cell walls of its component fibres, which can be modified in nature as the tree responds to physical environmental stresses. The quality of timber as an engineering material also depends on the structure of the wood and the way in which it has developed in the living tree.

This book addresses the biological and environmental factors relevant to the quality of wood and its use within two of the world's major industries - the structural timber industry and the pulp/papermaking industry. The text also includes a chapter on the chemical constituents of wood and the factors inducing variability.