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Wood Structure and Environment

Author : Fritz Hans Schweingruber
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The primary aim of Wood Structure and Environment is to reveal the hidden ecological richness in stems and roots from trees, shrubs and herbs. The detailed, lucid text will inspire researchers to consider the anatomic microcosm of wood plants and use it as a retrospective source of information, solving problems related to ecophysiology, competition, site conditions, population biology, earth science, wood quality and even human history.

Wood Structure and Properties 02

Author : Jozef Kúdela
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Wood Structure and Properties 10

Author : Rastislav Lagaňa
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Wood Structure and Properties 06

Author : Stanislav Kurjatko
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How the Environment Affects Lumber Design

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The Effects of Environmental Pollution on Wood Structure and Quality

Author : P. Baas
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Characterization of the Cellulosic Cell Wall

Author : Douglas D. Stokke
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This volume brings together a broad array of scientific expertise to focus on the characterization and utilization of cellulosic materials. Researchers from Austria, Germany, Sweden, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, and the U.S. explore many facets of the plant cell wall, from its fundamental structure and its manipulation via molecular biology to its application in composite materials. Exciting applications of near infrared spectroscopy, x-ray diffraction, confocal microscopy, and molecular coupling as a viscoelastic probe provide new insights into the ultrastructure and properties of cellulosic materials.

Quantitative Wood Anatomy to Explore Tree Responses to Global Change

Author : Fabio Gennaretti
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Advanced Building Materials and Sustainable Architecture

Author : Yong Bo Shao
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The present volumes comprise papers which will provide comprehensive information on the topics of Traditional Building Materials; Advanced Building Materials; Architectural Design, Architectural Art and its Theory; Building Technology and Science; Urban Planning and Design; Landscape Planning and Design; Construction Project Management; Architectural Environment and Equipment Engineering; Ecological Architecture; Engineering Management and Engineering Education; Monitoring and Control of Quality Engineering; Sustainable City and Regional Development. The work’s up-to-date and state-of-the art coverage of the worldwide state of these fields make it an invaluable resource.

Wood Structure in Plant Biology and Ecology

Author : Pieter Baas
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At present the study of functional and ecological wood anatomy enjoys a vigorous renaissance and plays a pivotal role in plant and ecosystem biology, plant evolution, and global change research. This book contains a selection of papers presented at the successful meetings of the International Association of Wood Anatomists and the Cost-Action STReESS (Studying Tree Responses to extreme Events: a Synthesis) held in Naples in April 2013. Reprinted from IAWA Journal 34 (4), 2013.