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  1. Chinese tall oil samples, obtained from pulp and papermaking factories in Qinzhou and Jiamusi of China, were first divided into acidic and neutral fractions by saponification, extraction, and distillation. The...

    Authors: Shi-Fa Wang, Takeshi Furuno, Zhi Cheng and Sadanobu Katoh

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766793

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  2. The sound pressure level of differently designed circular saw blades were investigated during idling. Nine blade samples were used: three differently designed blade bodies (without slots, with four radial slot...

    Authors: Ružica Beljo-Lučić and Vlado Goglia

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766791

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  3. The nitrobenzene oxidation method was modified to obtain more reproducible data and more structural information about lignin, not only by gas chromatography (GC) but also by proton nuclear magnetic resonance (1H-...

    Authors: Rui Katahira and Fumiaki Nakatsubo

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766789

    Content type: Original Article

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  4. The key enzymes of the glyoxylate cycle, isocitrate lyase (ICL) and malate synthase (MS), were detected in varying amounts in the mycelia of the woodrotting basidiomycetes tested, although they were grown in a...

    Authors: Erman Munir, Jeong-Jun Yoon, Toshiaki Tokimatsu, Takefumi Hattori and Mikio Shimada

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766787

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  5. Methanol liberation and methoxyl loss during chlorine bleaching of softwood kraft pulp were quantitatively investigated to estimate the degree of structural modification of lignin aromatics. An increase in the...

    Authors: Keiichi Koda, Hitoshi Goto, Hiroyuki Shintani, Yuji Matsumoto and Gyosuke Meshitsuka

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766786

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  6. The paper recounts how buffers affect the physical and mechanical properties of gypsum particleboard (GPB) and the initial curing time (IC) of gypsum. The acidic buffers were better than alkaline buffers for p...

    Authors: Yu-He Deng, Takeshi Furuno and Yu-Fei Wu

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766785

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  7. Urea formaldehyde resin-bonded reed and wheat straw fiberboards were produced from the fibers made under different steam cooking conditions in refining processes at densities of 500 and 700kg/m3. The effect of st...

    Authors: Guangping Han, Shuichi Kawai, Kenji Umemura, Min Zhang and Takahisa Honda

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766784

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  8. This paper reports on the performance of coated carbide tools in turning wood-chip cement board. The coating materials studied were titanium carbonitride (TiCN), titanium nitride (TiN), chromium nitride (CrN),...

    Authors: Wayan Darmawan, Chiaki Tanaka, Hiroshi Usuki and Tadashi Ohtani

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766783

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  9. The effect of intermittent heat treatment on cellulose crystallites in wood was studied to evaluate quantitatively the changes of crystallinity induced by intermittent and continuous heating. The changes in cr...

    Authors: Md. Tariqur Rabbani Bhuiyan, Nobuyuki Hirai and Nobuo Sobue

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766782

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  10. Callose is formed from exogenous sucrose by cotton fiber microsomal membranes that contain both sucrose synthase and callose synthase activity. Although the coupled reaction between sucrose and callose synthas...

    Authors: Teruko Konishi, Tomonori Nakai, Fukumi Sakai and Takahisa Hayashi

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766781

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  11. A new lanostane-type triterpene with a cyclopentanol partial structure in the side chain was isolated from the sclerotium of the wood rotting fungusInonotus obliquus along with four known compounds: lanosterol, i...

    Authors: Yusoo Shin, Yutaka Tamai and Minoru Terazawa

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766719

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  12. 5α-Reductase inhibitory activity of methanol extracts of the heartwood of 13 tropical wood species were examined. Strong 5α-reductase inhibitory activity was observed withShorea species. From melapi (Shorea sp.),...

    Authors: Yoshio Hirano, Ryuichiro Kondo and Kokki Sakai

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766718

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  13. A polymeric amphiphile, PE-AL, was prepared from acetic acid lignin (AL) obtained by acetic acid pulping of birch under atmospheric pressure with polyethylene glycol diglycidyl ether (PE) as the crosslinker. T...

    Authors: Yasumitsu Uraki, Naoya Ishikawa, Mitsukuni Nishida and Yoshihiro Sano

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766717

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  14. This study deals with the effects of curing treatment with gaseous and supercritical carbon dioxide on the properties of cement-bonded particleboard (CBP) manufactured by the conventional cold-pressing method....

    Authors: Dede Hermawan, Toshimitsu Hata, Kenji Umemura, Shuichi Kawai, Wakatsu Nagadomi and Yasuo Kuroki

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766716

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  15. Spiral grain is a feature of wood that affects the shape of the sawn timber. Boards sawn from logs with a large spiral grain have a tendency to twist when the moisture content changes. In sawmills the spiral g...

    Authors: Paul Sepúlveda

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766715

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  16. Samples of pine (Pinus sylvestris) and spruce (Picea abies) were impregnated with a low-viscous epoxy resin using a vacuum process. The epoxy was cured in situ and the specimens sectioned. Deposits of the cured e...

    Authors: Tomas Olsson, Modris Megnis, Janis Varna and Henrik Lindberg

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766714

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  17. Pine sapwood (Pinus sylvestris) was impregnated with linseed oil to three levels of uptake. The distribution of the penetrant was found by taking microdensity measurements of an impregnated sample and then using ...

    Authors: Tomas Olsson, Modris Megnis, Janis Varna and Henrik Lindberg

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766713

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  18. To find a desirable method for estimating the length effect on tensile strength (σ t), we used three methods to analyze theσ t data from a Japanese larch (Larix kaempferi) small, clear specimen. These methods inc...

    Authors: Jianjun Zhu, Asae Kudo, Takashi Takeda and Morihiko Tokumoto

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766712

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  19. The quality of wood in 47-year-old standing trees of Japanese cedar grown in five plantation sites with different spacing (A, 1×1m; B, 2×2m; C, 3×3m; D, 4×4m; E, 5×5m) was evaluated using stress-wave and ultra...

    Authors: Shih-Tzu Chuang and Song-Yung Wang

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766709

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  20. New equipment was developed to measure the strength of individual annual rings in green wood under predominantly tensile stress. This equipment was then used to assess the variation of the radial modulus of ru...

    Authors: Hiroya Ohbayashi, Rudolf E. Booker, Roderick D. Ball and Bradley G. Ridoutt

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF01171227

    Content type: Note

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  21. The attractive green color of moso bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens Mazel) culms fades without chemical treatment. Chromated copper arsenate (CCA) has been used to protect the green color of bamboo, but CCA is har...

    Authors: Shang -Tzen Chang and Ting-Feng Yeh

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF01171226

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  22. To understand and predict hygrobuckling behavior of orthotropic or isotropic wood-based composite panels, the closed form equations were derived using both the displacement function with a double sine series a...

    Authors: Wook Kang and Hee -Suk Jung

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF01171224

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766798

  23. This study was designed to reveal the role of the cement/wood ratio in a hydration test of wood-cement mixtures. The compatibility of oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq) fronds-cement mixtures was tested in the hyd...

    Authors: Dede Hermawan, Bambang Subiyanto and Shuichi Kawai

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF01171223

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  24. Creep under fire of laminated veneer lumber (LVL) joined with metal connectors was studied. The fire-resistant performance of LVL butt joints connected with metal plates protected with graphite phenolic sphere...

    Authors: Bambang Subyakto, Toshimitsu Hata, Isamu Ide and Shuichi Kawai

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF01171222

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766725

  25. Some properties of wood (hinoki:Chamaecyparis obtusa) moisture-conditioned by an adsorption process from a dry state and by two desorption processes (from a water-saturated state and from a state with a moisture ...

    Authors: Yutaka Ishimaru, Kazutoshi Arai, Masato Mizutani, Katsuhito Oshima and Ikuho Iida

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF01171220

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  26. The modulus of elasticity and the modulus of rupture during static bending in the radial direction, and the viscoelastic properties in the radial direction in the temperature range 20°–100°C of hinoki (Chamaecypa...

    Authors: Yutaka Ishimaru, Sigehiro Narimoto and Ikuho Iida

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF01171218

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  27. A cDNA clone fromPopulus nigra L. var.italica Koehne, denoted PCY2-6, coding for an anionic peroxidase has been isolated, cloned, and characterized. PCY2-6 is 1160 bp long; and its deduced product, PnC26, contain...

    Authors: Yoshiaki Kato, Yoh Sakuma, Tomonori Azuma, Akira Ando, Kiyoshi Miura, Keiji Takabe and Yutaka Tamai

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF01171217

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  28. The ability of sugi wood carbonized at 1000°C to adsorb mercury was examined using aqueous solutions of mercuric chloride. Parameters studied include contact time, pH, adsorption temperature, and initial conce...

    Authors: Lilibeth Pulido-Novicio, Yasuji Kurimoto, Masakazu Aoyama, Kazuto Seki, Shuichi Doi, Toshimitsu Hata, Shigehisa Ishihara and Yuji Imamura

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00780567

    Content type: Note

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00766724

  29. A new cyclohexanone glucoside (II) and a known cyclohexenone glucoside roseoside [I, (6S, 9S)-6-hydroxy-6-(9-β-D-glucopyranosyloxy-trans-7-butenyl)-1,5,5-trimethyl-1-cyclohexenone] were isolated from an ethanol e...

    Authors: YanBo Shen and Minoru Terazawa

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00780564

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  30. Cellulose isolated from wood is more susceptible than cotton cellulose to homogeneous hydrolysis in phosphoric acid. The influence of carboxyl group introduction at the C6 position on the hydrolysis rate of ce...

    Authors: Shuichi Hirosawa, Kazuya Minato and Fumiaki Nakatsubo

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00780563

    Content type: Note

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  31. A new spiral-winder was developed for continuous manufacturing of cylindrical laminated veneer lumber (LVL), and a suitable resin adhesive for this cylindrical LVL manufacturing system was investigated. This p...

    Authors: Toshihiro Hata, Kenji Umemura, Hidefumi Yamauchi, Akihiro Nakayama, Shuichi Kawai and Hikaru Sasaki

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00780559

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  32. This paper presents an on-line method for detecting washboarding generated in bandsaws. It uses a parameter based on the shape of sawing force amplitude distributions. The curve of the probability density func...

    Authors: Nanfeng Zhu, Chiaki Tanaka, Tadashi Ohtani and Hiroshi Usuki

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00780557

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  33. Two-body and three-body abrasive wear tests of katsura wood were carried out using abrasive paper and moving abrasive grains, respectively. The two-body and three-body abrasive wear properties were investigate...

    Authors: Tadashi Ohtani, Takao Yakou and Shigeru Kitayama

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2001 47:BF00780555

    Content type: Original Article

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