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  1. Tree adaptation to environment has been extensively studied. However, little is known about the variations in structure and chemical composition of lignocellulosic biomass (LB) in relation to altitudinal gradi...

    Authors: Ricardo Musule, Enrique Alarcón-Gutiérrez, Eric P. Houbron, Guadalupe M. Bárcenas-Pazos, M. del Rosario Pineda-López, Zaira Domínguez and Lázaro R. Sánchez-Velásquez

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1585

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  2. This paper presents a probabilistic method of evaluating the final moisture content (MC) of lumber obtained at the end of the kiln-drying process. The final MC data of three different drying tests conducted in...

    Authors: Ken Watanabe, Tomoyuki Hayashi and Isao Kobayashi

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1587

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  3. To evaluate the mechanical performance under two eccentric compression directions, 80 laminated bamboo lumber (LBL) column specimens were tested and analysed. Mechanical properties along two directions were co...

    Authors: Hai-tao Li, Gang Wu, Qi-sheng Zhang and Jing-Wen Su

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1584

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  4. In the present work, for the first time, the chemical components of essential oils (EOs) and extracts from wood branch (WB) resulted from the tree pruning wastes of Schinus molle L. grown in Egypt were evaluated ...

    Authors: Mohamed Z. M. Salem, Mohamed Z. Zayed, Hayssam M. Ali and Mamoun S. M. Abd El-Kareem

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1583

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  5. This study aims to investigate physical characteristic, mechanical properties, and chemical composition of heat-treated bamboo scrimber. Specimens were heated at 50–230 °C in laboratory conditions for 2 h. Tes...

    Authors: Weiwei Shangguan, Yingchun Gong, Rongjun Zhao and Haiqing Ren

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1574

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  6. Zelkova serrata (Thunb.) Makino (“keyaki” in Japanese) is an important broad-leaved species for the wood industry in Japan. To analyze the among-family variation of anatomical characteris...

    Authors: Agung Prasetyo, Ryota Endo, Yuya Takashima, Futoshi Ishiguri, Jun Tanabe, Haruna Aiso, Fanny Hidayati, Jyunichi Ohshima, Kazuya Iizuka and Shinso Yokota

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1575

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  7. The use of wood-based composite material for structural purposes is of increasing interest. A scrimber composite, which is manufactured from thermally modified fast-growing wood, is introduced in this paper. T...

    Authors: Min-Juan He, Jing Zhang, Zheng Li and Mao-Lin Li

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1568

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  8. The objective of this study is to investigate the relevance of hybrid poplar compreg density and its physical properties and surface characteristics, such as hygroscopicity, dimensional stability, wettability,...

    Authors: Minzhen Bao, Xianai Huang, Yahui Zhang, Wenji Yu and Yanglun Yu

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1573

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  9. The effects of the gaseous phase rate of kunugi (Quercus acutissima) sawdust media mixed with sugi (Cryptomeria japonica) determined by a three-phase-structure analysis of the fruiting body yields of shiitake wer...

    Authors: Takeshi Nitta, Ichiro Kamei, Kazuhiro Sugamoto and Sadatoshi Meguro

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1569

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  10. In this study, the emissions to air produced using massive wood material in manufacturing of a Massiv–Holz–Mauer (MHM) wall system have been assessed. The results have been compared with a traditional brick wa...

    Authors: Silvia Santi, Francesca Pierobon, Giulia Corradini, Raffaele Cavalli and Michela Zanetti

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1570

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  11. Accelerated aging treatments are often much more severe than necessary for final panel products that are being installed. It is thought that tests under these conditions are unable to exhibit properly the degr...

    Authors: Sahriyanti Saad, Hikaru Kobori, Yoichi Kojima and Shigehiko Suzuki

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1564

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  12. Jatropha curcas L. has been cultivated in many countries for biodiesel production, and defatted kernel is generated in huge quantities as a by-product in the production. This study invest...

    Authors: Toshisada Suzuki, Kyoko Eto, Yasuki Kubota, Takeshi Katayama and Tanachai Pankasemsuk

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1563

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  13. To evaluate the drag coefficients for roof-top tree crowns, previously developed field test methods for monitoring wind speed, wind direction, and stem deflection were improved using solar cells as a source of...

    Authors: Akio Koizumi, Misato Shimizu, Yoshihisa Sasaki and Takuro Hirai

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1556

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  14. The mechanism of differentiation of tracheid (earlywood or latewood) should be elucidated to improve the wood properties of sugi trees (Cryptomeria japonica). Water deficit affects tracheid differentiation in con...

    Authors: Yoshio Kijidani, Shinya Koga, Hiroki Sakagami and Hiroshi Matsunaga

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1559

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  15. In the present study, colour changes in black alder (Alnus glutinosa L. Gaertn.) and beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) wood veneers subjected to heat treatment at 190 °C for different time spans were investigated. The p...

    Authors: Emilia-Adela Salca, Hikaru Kobori, Tetsuya Inagaki, Yoichi Kojima and Shigehiko Suzuki

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1558

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  16. Knowledge of the thermal conductive properties of wood at low temperatures aids the development and optimization of the application of a lethal cold temperature treatment for drywood termites. The present stud...

    Authors: BaekYong Choi and Tsuyoshi Yoshimura

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1557

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  17. As a follow-up report, the pre-treatment by compression for wood drying was systematically studied in terms of effects of compression ratio, compression direction and compression speed on the recovery rate (RR...

    Authors: Youke Zhao, Zhihui Wang, Ikuho Iida, Rongfeng Huang, Jianxiong Lu and Jinghui Jiang

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1552

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  18. Cutting of wood using short-wavelength (266-, 355-, 532-, and 1064-nm) lasers was carried out and wavelength dependence in relation to machining performance and post-processing appearance was investigated. We ...

    Authors: Satoshi Fukuta, Masaki Nomura, Takeshi Ikeda, Masaki Yoshizawa, Mariko Yamasaki and Yasutoshi Sasaki

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1553

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  19. 6-O-[Acetylacetonato-bis(2,2′-bipyridine)ruthenium(II)]-2,3-di-O-myristyl cellulose (3) was prepared from 2,3-di-O-myristyl cellulose (1) by two reaction steps in 37.7 % total yield. The LB monolayer film of comp...

    Authors: Yasuko Saito, Hiroshi Kamitakahara and Toshiyuki Takano

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1550

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  20. Friction between metal tools and wood under high pressure (≥1 MPa) necessarily arises during wood deformation processes and is thus an important factor to be taken into account when wood is processed. We focus...

    Authors: Masako Seki, Soichi Tanaka, Tsunehisa Miki, Ichinori Shigematsu and Kozo Kanayama

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1551

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  21. We isolated and identified compounds in medicinal plant extracts that could control melanogenesis. Sudanese medicinal plants were extracted with methanol (MeOH) and 50 % ethanol (EtOH)/water, yielding 104 extr...

    Authors: Kosei Yamauchi, Tohru Mitsunaga and Ali Mahmoud Muddathir

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1546

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  22. Engineered endonucleases that digest the specific sequences can be used to modify target genomes precisely. This is called “genome editing” and is used widely to modify the genome of various organisms. The DNA...

    Authors: Yuriko Osakabe, Shigeo S. Sugano and Keishi Osakabe

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1548

    Content type: Review article

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  23. The mortise–tenon joint, which connects columns and beams of a wooden building, often creates a gap in contact part of members. This gap is considered to affect mechanical performance of the mortise–tenon join...

    Authors: Keita Ogawa, Yasutoshi Sasaki and Mariko Yamasaki

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1544

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  24. Pretreatment is an essential step to effectively hydrolyze lignocellulosic polysaccharides. In this paper, we investigated the degree of decompositions of lignin and cell wall structure using dilute acid, alka...

    Authors: Kaori Saito, Yoshiki Horikawa, Junji Sugiyama, Takashi Watanabe, Yoshinori Kobayashi and Keiji Takabe

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1543

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  25. We evaluated the durability of wood-based panels by comparing their dynamic modulus of elasticity (Ed) when subjected to repetitive humid and dry treatments. The panels experienced 1-year and 3-month outdoor e...

    Authors: Yoichi Kojima, Akira Sakakibara, Hikaru Kobori and Shigehiko Suzuki

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1545

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  26. This study focused on solute diffusing into cell walls in solution-impregnated wood during conditioning, process of moderate drying of solvent. To clarify the effect of solution concentration on the diffusion ...

    Authors: Soichi Tanaka, Masako Seki, Tsunehisa Miki, Ichinori Shigematsu and Kozo Kanayama

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1539

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  27. The traditional Mäule color reaction was improved by use of tris(hydroxymethyl) aminomethane-hydrochloride acid (Tris–HCl) buffer coupled with a fluorescence microscope. The purple-red color of Mäule-treated h...

    Authors: Daichi Yamashita, Satoshi Kimura, Masahisa Wada and Keiji Takabe

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1536

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  28. A characterization of wood species was made by analyzing almost 9000 museum objects which still carry the handwriting of former craftsmen. In total 48 different wood species could be distinguished, including 1...

    Authors: Andrea Klein, Olaf Bockhorn, Konrad Mayer and Michael Grabner

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1534

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  29. The goals of this study were to determine the effects of furnish type and mat density on temperature and vapor pressure inside the mat of wood-based panels during hot pressing and to confirm their effects on p...

    Authors: Muhammad Navis Rofii, Shuto Kubota, Hikaru Kobori, Yoichi Kojima and Shigehiko Suzuki

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2016 62:1531

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  30. In this study, highly oriented all-cellulose composite films were successfully prepared by mechanical drawing of water-swollen cellulose nanofibril/regenerated cellulose composite film, and their mechanical pr...

    Authors: Shuji Fujisawa, Eiji Togawa and Noriko Hayashi

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2015 62:1533

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  31. The economic benefits of the paper industry made it one of the most important industrial sectors in the world. This review will focus on the recent development of nanotechnology, in the context of additives us...

    Authors: Nurhidayatullaili Muhd Julkapli and Samira Bagheri

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2015 62:1532

    Content type: Review article

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  32. Hygroscopic materials hold the potential to reduce ventilation loads in a building by damping the peak fluctuations of the indoor relative humidity. Of particular interest is the moisture buffer capacity of wo...

    Authors: Dimitrios Kraniotis, Kristine Nore, Christoph Brückner and Anders Q. Nyrud

    Citation: Journal of Wood Science 2015 62:1528

    Content type: Note

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