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Anatomical Characteristics of Yellow-Hearted Pine (Pinus densiflora for. erecta Uyeki)
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Anatomical Characteristics of Yellow-Hearted Pine (Pinus densiflora for. erecta Uyeki)
Lee, Ae-Hee; Jang, Jae-Hyuk; Park, Byung-Ho; Kim, Nam-Hun;
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 Abstract
Macroscopic and microscopic characteristics of Yellow-hearted pine and Red pine were investigated. Wood color, annual ring width and latewood percentage were observed by the naked eye. Anatomical properties as the structure of three sections and cell dimensions were examined by an optical microscopy. As a result, the color of bark in Yellow-hearted pine was Reddish-grey, and Red pine showed brown or gray. The color of heartwood and sapwood in Yellow-hearted pine was deep-yellow to brown and creamy-white. And the color of heartwood and sapwood in Red pine was light-brown and light-yellow. The annual ring width of Yellow-hearted pine was narrower than that of Red pine, and the latewood percentage of Yellow-hearted pine was a little higher than that of Red pine. There was no significant difference in the anatomical characteristics between Yellow-hearted pine and Red pine.
 Keywords
Yellow-hearted pine (Hwangjangmok);Red pine;Anatomical characteristics;annal ring width;latewood percentage;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
국내산 소나무와 금강송의 헤미셀룰로오스 비교 분석,송우용;권희애;김병로;신수정;

펄프종이기술, 2016. vol.48. 4, pp.86-91 crossref(new window)
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