European beech


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  • noun

Synonyms for European beech

large European beech with minutely-toothed leaves

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EUROPEAN BEECH, GERMAN BEECH, ENGLISH, DANISH, FRENCH, OR ANOTHER COUNTRY OF ORIGIN FOR THE BEECH
Through organized forest management, European beech is an environmentally sustainable species, ensuring a continuous supply to meet the demands of our market.
European beech, Fagus sylvatica, grows throughout central Europe and the United Kingdom and also grows in Asia.
European beech is perishable and Liable to attack by insects like the common furniture beetle.
Also known as rosa peroba, red paroba, amarello, palo, rosa and amargoso, to name a few, the species has been compared to European beech and American oak and shares many of the same uses, although because of its wide variation in strength--44 to 53 pounds per cubic foot--peroba rosa is not usually considered a candidate for steam bending applications.
The environmentally friendly cabinets are available in a large selection of colors and species, ranging from domestics such as maple and poplar, to exotics such as European beech, which it purchases from Pollmeier.
Keystone Wood Specialties offers European Beech dovetailed drawer boxes and drawer box parts.
a manufacturer and exporter of European beech, has launched the International Beech Design Award campaign to illustrate the uses and design options for European beech.
To guarantee the fulfillment of customer requirements as well as specific aesthetic preferences, quality grades for thermally modified European Ash (Fraxinus Excelsior) and European Beech (Fagus Sylvatica) wood have to be defined.
Made from European beech with real beech veneers, the units have solid beech tops and a natural oiled finish.
All styles are available with either a polished aluminum base or European beech base in Black, Brown or Natural.
While recent months have seen a rise in demand for walnut and other domestic hardwoods, exotic and character veneers, such as the pinkish-tan European beech, are also growing in popularity for the North American market, though not to the extent of maple's popularity.
The topics include an overview of the hydraulic systems in early land plants, cellular and subcellular changes in cambium, visualizing wood anatomy in three dimensions with high-resolution X-ray micro-tomography, fire influences on Pinus halepensis: wood responses close and far from scar, plastic growth response of European beech provenances to dry site conditions, and evaluating the wood anatomical and dendoecological potential of arctic dwarf shrub communities.
An enormous European beech tree stands beside the house.
Often called a versatile wood, European beech also has been described as a "blank slate.
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