Japanese red pine

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Synonyms for Japanese red pine

pine native to Japan and Korea having a wide-spreading irregular crown when mature

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In this study, we used radio-telemetry to investigate seasonal variation in home range size, daily distance traveled, and number of daytime resting areas of small rodents in a post-fire Japanese red pine Pinus densiflora planted stand.
This study was conducted in a post-fire Japanese red pine Pinus densiflora planted stand in Mt.
In addition, more than 20 ppm of the odor component was detected for Japanese red pine without termites.
Untreated Japanese red pine veneer (thickness 0.5 mm) was glued on the surface of treated base material that showed the fire performance of a fire-retardant or quasi-noncombustible material.
Figure 7 illustrates the total heat release of the untreated Japanese red pine veneer.
A commercial fire retardant whose main component is poly-phosphatic carbamate was impregnated in 15-mm-thick Japanese red pine and subjected to cone calorimeter tests.
In this report, we describe the effect of MC on treatability of Japanese red pine, Japanese larch, and ezo spruce with chromated copper arsenate (CCA).
Japanese red pine sapwood treated well at all moisture levels.
Treatment trends observed in Japanese red pine sapwood were not apparent in the heartwood of all three species, contrary to our expectations and a previous report on western hemlock (11).
Japanese red pine and ezo spruce heartwood were the most and the least treatable, respectively.
In the midst of all the bustle, it's easy to pass right by a small garden tucked into a quiet corner--unless you happen to notice a pear tree trimmed into a pear-shaped topiary or the softly bubbling pond under the shade of Japanese red pines.
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