Thuja occidentalis

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Synonyms for Thuja occidentalis

small evergreen of eastern North America having tiny scalelike leaves on flattened branchlets

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Don), and eastern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis L.
Eastern white cedar was durable at three of the four sites but failed rapidly in Hawaii.
Old-growth Old-growth Second-growth Species heartwood heartwood-sapwood heartwood Yellow cedar [check] [check] [check] Western red cedar [check] [check] [check] Eastern white cedar [check] [check] Douglas-fir [check] [check] Western larch [check] [check] [check] Tamarack [check] Ponderosa pine Second-growth Species heartwood-sapwood Sapwood Yellow cedar [check] Western red cedar [check] Eastern white cedar Douglas-fir Western larch [check] Tamarack [check] Ponderosa pine [check] Table 2.
A batch of eastern white cedar whole-wood strands was steam-treated in an autoclave.
Pre- and posttreatments with eastern white cedar extracts
Some of the eastern white cedar heartwood strands were further ground into wood particles with dimensions of 5 to l0 mm by 1 mm by 1 mm for extraction purposes.
The oldest eastern white cedar dated by the Guelph team still grows after 1,032 years of rocky life.
Commonly known as the eastern white cedar -- taxonomically called Thuja occidentalis -- these cliff-clinging trees grow small and scrubby, yet some of them manage to survive for more than 1,000 years.
And even the most venerable eastern white cedar looks young next to the oldest bristlecone pine, which has grown for approximately 4,800 years, he adds.
Eastern white cedar logs were obtained from a local forest farm and debarked upon arrival at the Quebec Laboratory of FPInnovations.
Utilizing eastern white cedar to improve the resistance of strand boards to mold and decay fungi.
Optimizing manufacturing conditions for durable composite panels with eastern white cedar and aspen strands.
This study aimed to optimize manufacturing conditions when utilizing eastern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis L.
This panel is made of durable eastern white cedar strands in surface and bottom layers and nondurable aspen strands in the core layer, and it is highly resistant to mold and decay (Wan et al.
Freshly felled aspen and eastern white cedar logs were obtained from a local forest farm and debarked upon arrival.
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