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by H. A Core

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  • ISBN 0815650426
  • ISBN13 978-0815650423
  • Language English
  • Author H. A Core
  • Publisher Syracuse University Press; 1st edition (1976)
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Series: Syracuse Wood Science Series, Vol 4 (Book 6. My major is in wood ultrastructure and electron microscopy. This book is written by Dr. H. C. Core, Dr. A. Day and Dr. Cote, they are all professor in wood structure in NC State University, especially Dr. Cote

Series: Syracuse Wood Science Series, Vol 4 (Book 6). Paperback: 182 pages. Cote.

Wood Structure and Identification (Syracuse Wood Science Series 6). Core.

Wood Structure and Identification. Wood Ultrastructure of the Southern Yellow Pines. Syracuse Wood Science Series No. 6, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, . Côté, Wilfred . Jr. 1967. Wood Ultrastructure-An Atlas of Elec- tron Micrographs. of Washington Press, Seattle. State University College of Forestry at Syracuse Univ. Pub. 9. oogle Scholar.

Wood Structure and Id. .Wood Structure and Identification (Syracuse Wood Science Series 6). ISBN. 0815650434 (ISBN13: 9780815650430).

PDF Wood identification is of value in a variety of contexts - commercial . explore relationships. between wood structure and properties (as above), wood structure and uses (Gasson.

PDF Wood identification is of value in a variety of contexts - commercial, forensic, archaeological and paleontological. How we measure 'reads'. amp; Cutler 1990), or wood structure and climate (Wheeler & Baas 1993; Woodcock. 1994; Wiemann et al. 1998).

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General wood identification can often be made quickly on the basis of readily visible . Huntington, NY: Robert E. Krieger Publishing Company. Wood structure and identification. Wood and cellulose science.

General wood identification can often be made quickly on the basis of readily visible characteristics such as color, odor, density, presence of pitch, or grain pattern. Where more positive identification is required, a laboratory investigation must be made of the microscopic anatomy of the wood. 7th ed. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. revised by Dinwoodie, . New York: Ronald Press Company.

Deductive wood identification. Core, H. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1976. 25 FOURUnder the Lens: Softwood Anatomy. Either there have been craft-oriented books filled with pretty pictures, but with very weak or vague and im-practical statements, such as this wood is strong, hard, and moderately stable, or else there have been thinly-veiled scientific books, burying the uninitiated in grainy, black-and-white microscope images and con-fusing terminology. R. Keller, and V. Bucur. Rays in Juvenile Wood of Acer.

Wood Identification - Society of Wood Science and Technology. A couple of recommend references are: Core, . Wood Structure and Identification, 2nd. ed. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York. Note: This book is out of print. Wood Structure and Identification, 2nd ed.

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Vushura
Great book for the subject. I recommend it to anyone who has had someone show them a piece of wood and asked them what they think it is. Be aware that the emphasis is upon American woods, particularly those from the eastern United States, although some cultivated species and western N.A. species are included. The techniques are applicable to any wood sample from throughout the world, though you would have to find or create your own reference specimen in this case. Great images.
Buzalas
I bought this book because I was Harold A. Core's secretary during World War II when he was a 1st Lt. at Hampton Roads Port of Embarkation, Newport News, Va. Interesting that he was promoted to Colonel and received a Ph. D. in Forestry. He was very nice and handsome too. We went to over 100 meetings together processing civilians into Officers in the Army. I took the notes in shorthand and transcribed them.
MARK BEN FORD
I am a graduate student in Dept. of Wood Industry, NPUST in Taiwan. My major is in wood ultrastructure and electron microscopy. This book is written by Dr. H. C. Core, Dr. A. C. Day and Dr. Cote, they are all professor in wood structure in NC State University, especially Dr. Cote. To get a great EM picture is very difficult, but in this book we can find so many beautiful EM pictures, and let us know a different "small" world! I'm very love this book, and I always want to buy it, but it was out of print.