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Behavior of cutting surfaces cell walls at the cellular level in veneer cutting part 1 effects of knife angle upon cutting resistance and ratio of u shaped cells



Behavior of cutting surfaces cell walls at the cellular level in veneer cutting part 1 effects of knife angle upon cutting resistance and ratio of u shaped cells



Bulletin of the Fukuoka University of Education Part III Natural Sciences 22: 305-315




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