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Characterization of the timber and kraft pulp properties of foxtail Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis


, : Characterization of the timber and kraft pulp properties of foxtail Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis. Revista Arvore 5(2): 194-209

Samples from trees grown in Minas Gerais were studied. Tracheids of (a) foxtail wood had lower cell wall thickness, larger diam., and greater flexibility than those of (b) normal wood; (a) and (b) were similar chemically, except that hemicellulose content was slightly greater in (a).

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