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Influence of resin duct size and number on oleoresin flow in the southern pines

John D Hodges

Influence of resin duct size and number on oleoresin flow in the southern pines

by John D Hodges

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Published by Southern Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture] in [New Orleans, La .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oleoresins,
  • Gums and resins,
  • Pine

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn D. Hodges, William W. Elam, and Donald R. Bluhm
    SeriesResearch note SO -- 266
    ContributionsElam, William W, Bluhm, Donald R, Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14842726M

    The increases in temperature have recently allowed the southern pine beetle (Dendroctonus frontalis Zimm.; SPB) and its associated fungi to expand its natural range to northern pine forests. In this study, vigorous eastern white pine mature trees were used to evaluate constitutive and induced response to the southern pine beetle, using O. minus as a proxy. We evaluated histological and Cited by: 2. Start studying MDA Mod E unit 4 review final. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

    choose to study 3 southern hardwoods and the most common southern softwood used in OSB. The purpose of this study was to investigate the tensile and thickness swelling proper­ ties of strands from selected southern wood species under the influence of hot-pressing and/or resin by: 6. Type of composite that is supplied as either a hybrid or nanofilled composite with enough filler included to make the material wear resistant and the material is designed .

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Influence of resin duct size and number on oleoresin flow in the southern pines by John D Hodges Download PDF EPUB FB2

Flow rate of oleoresin was not correlated with size or number of resin ducts for any of the four species. Citation: Hodges, John D.; Elam, William W.; Bluhm, Donald R. Influence of Resin Duct Size and Number on Oleoresin Flow in the Southern by: 9. Get this from a library.

Influence of resin duct size and number on oleoresin flow in the southern pines. [John D Hodges; William W Elam; Donald R Bluhm; Southern. Hodges JD, Elam WW, Bluhm DR () Influence of resin duct size and number on oleoresin flow in the southern pines.

USDA Forest Service Research Note SO, Southern Forest Experiment Station, New Orleans Google Scholar. Resin ducts may form either constitutively (‘normal’ ducts) or in response to injury (‘traumatic’ ducts), such as in bark beetle attacks (arrow, Figure 33(a)).Normal resin ducts occur singly, and are relatively longer compared to the traumatic resin ducts that tend to be shorter and to occur in groups.

15 Resin ducts (Figures 20(a), 32(a), and 33(b)–33(f)) are also given various. Oleoresins from Pine: Production and Industrial Uses may be inducible by ext ernal factors (secon dary resin), such as me chanical wounding, or biolog ical challenge, like insect or.

Resin composites properties, production and applications / Published: () Chewing gum: the fortunes of taste / by: Redclift, M.

Published: (). An analytical vacuum-assisted resin transfer molding (VARTM) flow model. A closed form solution for the flow of resin in the vacuum-assisted resin transfer molding (VARTM) process is used extensively for affordable manufacturing of large composite structures.

In pines, oleoresin (hereafter resin) is a primary defense other conifers indicates that resin defense characteristics such as flow rates and chemistry are heritable genetic traits and thus subject to selection from insects, pathogens, and resin duct number, density, and size, along with tree growth.

The present book has been published having in views the important uses of pines. The book contains manufacturing process of different products extracted from pines like oleoresin, rosin, turpentine derivatives, tall oil, resins and dimer acids etc.

This is the first book of its kind which is very resourceful for all from researchers to. Resin duct characteristics associated with tree resistance to bark beetles across lodgepole and limber pines Article (PDF Available) in Oecologia (4) March with Reads.

Hodges JD, Elam WW, Bluhm DR () Influence of Resin Duct Size and Number on Oleoresin Flow in the Southern Pine. Res Note SO Res Note SO USDA Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station, New Orleans, by: 3.

Resin duct production was measured as a count of resin ducts per annual ring observed. Resin duct production is the mean number of resin ducts present within an annual ring, unadjusted for the area sampled, and represents a relative measure of tree carbon investment in resin ducts.

We cal-culated resin duct density by dividing the resin duct pro. The impacts of climate and competition on large sugar pine growth and defense have potential implications for tree mortality. Slow growth and other patterns often indicate a higher probability of mortality [23,24,25,75].

In some cases, resin duct variables are better predictors of Cited by: 7. Resins - properties zSize of the resin beads (µm) zMesh size () (number of openings in a square inch) zMechanical and thermal stability zPrice.

Resins –different types zCross-linked-polystyrene-resins zPolyamine-resins zTentagel-resins zSoluble resins. Cross-linked-polystyrene resinsFile Size: KB. Resin producing pines Virtually all pines will yield resin if tapped. Key factors that determine the feasibility for tapping are the quality (terpene content) and quantity of resin obtained.

Botanists divide the pines into two large groups; the soft, or hapoxylon, pines and the hard, or dipoxylon, Size: KB. Resin acids The resin acids of ponderosa pine oleoresin and wood extractives consist primarily of the usual abietane, pimarane and isopimarane-type resin acids.

Riffer et al. [10, 11] reported the presence of a tetrahydroabietic acid in ponderosa pine heartwood extractives and stated that little if any sandaracopimaric acid is present in either Cited by: Turpentine oil yields of resin from Pinus sylvetris L. trees were given as both volumetric and gravimetric results in Table 1.

According to the table, the highest volumetric (%) and gravimetric (%) turpentine was obtained from resin C. Moreover, the lowest turpentine was obtained from resin A as %, and %, by: Chamber Drive Monroe, NC USA T: T: F: Email: [email protected] Website: Page 4 MSDS Flexible Resin OTHER FLAMMABILITY INFORMATION: Dense smoke is produced when product burns.

Strobili and conelet losses in four species of southern pines A SO Influence of resin duct size and number on oleoresin flow in the southern pines A SO Forest diseases A /2:F 76/15 Tree shelters A /2:H 22/ Butternut canker A /2:N 81/2/ How to estimate red pine site index A /8:R 24 p.

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resin/oleoresin yields two industrially valuable chemical products namely the essential oil also known as oil of turpentine, and a non-volatile product, termed as rosin. More than -Pinus species are known to exist; only very few are tapped commercially as a source of .Gel time for a given resin depends on initiator level, promoter level, second promoter level, and temperature.

For example, with Derakane VE MEKP 1%, CoNap %, P 0, gel time 21min @ 25C MEKP 1%, CoNap %, P %, gel time min @ 25C Note: Additives (fillers) may affect resin cure Size: KB.Pine Plantation Investments for Resin and Timber combines Fastmarkets RISI’s timberland investment analysis with new market intelligence on the markets for pine oleoresin derived products.

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