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Effects of chipping for oleoresin on volume of selected slash pine families

E. Carlyle Franklin

Effects of chipping for oleoresin on volume of selected slash pine families

by E. Carlyle Franklin

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station in Asheville, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pine.

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    StatementE. C. Franklin and C. R. Gansel.
    SeriesUSDA Forest Service research note SE ; 213
    ContributionsGansel, C. R., Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.), United States. Forest Service.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15220678M

    Slash pine (Pinus elliottii), including south Florida slash pine: nomenclature and description / Related Titles. Series: Station paper (Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)) ; no. By. Slash pine supplies a large portion of the resin and turpentine produced in the United States. History suggests that the tree has produced most of the World's oleoresin over the last two centuries. Slash pine is cultivated in warm climates worldwide for lumber and paper pulp. The excellent quality of lumber gives slash pine the name hard yellow.

    STABILITY OF FIELD RESISTANT SLASH PINE TO SELECTED ISOLATES OF FUSIFORM RUST FUNGUS Calvin F. Bey and Charles H. Walkinshaw1/ AbstractIn a series of 6 experiments, 22 open-pollinated families of field resistant slash pine and 6 full-sib families were tested for their reaction to isolates of fusiform rust. Slash pine, biologically, needs to be thinned when live crown ratios are greater than 1/3 (33%) if the goal is to maintain a vigorously growing stand. Pine straw revenues may not make thinning a pine stand financially attractive. Typically, once a stand is thinned in Georgia it is no longer raked for straw.

    The ease and success of planting slash pine have signifi- cantly increased in its range. ~xtinsive planting and natural regeneration of open agricultural and forest land brought a sharp rise in slash pine acreage between and (Sheffield and others ). Much of the planting was on sites that did not favor slash pine, and where performance. @article{osti_, title = {Identification of oleoresin in epoxy-embedded slash pine tissue}, author = {Birchem, R and Brown, C L}, abstractNote = {Sudan black B stains oleoresin blue-black in epoxy-embedded material as well as in living tissue. The Sudan black B staining properties of oleoresin are similar to those of lipid, but it can be distinguished from tannin, which stains brown.


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Effects of chipping for oleoresin on volume of selected slash pine families by E. Carlyle Franklin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effects of chipping for oleoresin on volume of selected slash pine families. Asheville, N.C.: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, U.S.

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Carlyle. Franklin. Franklin EC, Gansel CR () Effects of chipping for oleoresin on volume of selected slash pine families. USDA Forest Service Research Note SE Google Scholar Oleoresin yield is a highly heritable trait, and extensive work on genetic improvement of slash pine has selected families with twice the average oleoresin yields from conventional tapping.

The minimum diameter at breast height (dbh at m) for tree tapping depends on the norms of each by: 2. Oleoresins from Pine: Production and Industrial Uses In Europe, the initial aggressive methods of resin exploitation (le gemmage a mort) have led to a severe exhaus tion of entire pine.

Xylem oleoresin was analyzed from slash–slash, sand–slash, and sand–sand pine scion–rootstock graft combinations varying in age from ca. 8 to 15 years in a northwest Florida seed orchard. The predominant components, α-pinene, β-pinene, and β-phellandrene averaged, and % of the monoterpene composition in slash–slash.

Pine oleoresin being the most important one is extracted from pine trees. Turpentine and rosin are two constituent parts of the pine oleoresins. The composition of turpentine varies considerably according to the species of pine exploited. More and more specialised uses are being found for pine resin products, particularly those of high quality.

– The effect of oleoresin tapping on phy sical and chemical properties of Pinus elliottii wood Sci. F or., Piracicaba, v.

43, n.p.set. In this scenario, pine oleoresin seems to be a copious, readily available, and profitable biomass alternative, which can be extracted for several years throughout tree life. Pine oleoresin is made of a complex mixture of terpenoids, consisting of turpentine (monoterpene, C 10, and sesquiterpene, C 15) and rosin (diterpene, C 20) fractions.

The purpose of the work was to determine the results to be obtained from (1) shallower chipping, a reduction of depth of cut from or inch to or inch, the shallowest ctits being used on the slash pine ; (2) narrower chipping, an intended reduction in height of oncrhalf, which was, however, in practice a narrowing from to Article Views are the COUNTER-compliant sum of full text article downloads since November (both PDF and HTML) across all institutions and individuals.

— This year-old progeny test at Olustee, Fla., was used to demonstrate the inheritance of oleoresin-yielding ability in slash pine. Progenies of parents selected for high yield produced an average of pounds of gum during the first year of chipping, whereas progenies of parents with average and low yields produced an average of pounds.

Some of the fundamentals are pine oleoresin extraction methods, occurrence, formation and exudation of oleoresin in pines, processing of oleoresin, rosin derivatives and its potential, new developments in rosin ester and dimer chemistry, terpene based adhesives, effect of solvent, ozone concentration and temperature on yields were investigated.

Carlyle Franklin has written: 'Effects of chipping for oleoresin on volume of selected slash pine families' -- subject(s): Pine. investigated. For example, oleoresin collected from slash pine exhibited Newtonian flow behavior whereas the longleaf and shortleaf pine oleoresin samples showed pseudoplastic behavior, but oleoresin sampled from loblolly pine behaved as Bingham fluid, requiring a yield stress of about Pa to be exceeded before proceeding to flow.

Carlyle Franklin has written: 'Effects of chipping for oleoresin on volume of selected slash pine families' -- subject(s): Pine Asked in Australia Where is radiate pine grown in Australia.

They concluded that the name P. caribaea Morelet first be given to the pines on Isla de Pinos (now Isla de la Juventud) and western Cuba and be retained for the pines of Central America and Caribbean, while slash pine in the USA should be referred to as P.

elliottii Engelmann (Little and Dorman also raised the south Florida slash pine to the. Currently, in commercial resin‐tapping operations, pine oleoresin is tapped from living trees (Langenheim ) by means of a repeated wounding process (bark streaking method [Rodrigues et al.

] or bark chipping [Tümen and Reunanen ]), which removes the bark and tissues beneath it, followed or not by a chemical stimulant application. The ease and success of planting slash pine have signifi-cantly increased in its range. Extensive planting and natural regeneration of open agricultural and forest land brought a sharp rise in slash pine acreage between and (Sheffield and others ).

Much of the planting was on sites that did not favor slash pine, and where performance. Fusiform rust (Cronartium quercuum f. fusiforme), annosus root rot (Heterobasidion annosum), and Fusarium moniliforme var.

subglutinansare the most serious pest of slash pines Fusiform rust, an obligate parasite requiring two living host trees pine and. pine oleoresin. This indicates that pine oleoresin is a potential urease inhibitor.

The volatilization loss of pine oleoresin-coated urea from a Vertisol decreased from % to % after h. Thus, pine oleo-resin-coated urea can be a better substitute for neem-coated urea.

Keywords: Coated urea, pine oleoresin, urease activity.Reinvigorating Oleoresin Collection in the Southeast USA: Evaluation of Chemical Inducers, Stand Management, Tree Characteristics, and Genetics Creator: Lauture, Jennifer Publisher: University of Florida Publication Date: oleoresin slash-pine.

Notes General Note.oleoresin flowing into the centrifuge tube and gave the same results as tests with the sampler used in earlier studies. Small holes (2 millimeters in diameter) drilled through the sampler wall allow air pressure at the face 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 With screw Without screw Effect of screw wound on oleoresin flow in loblolly pine Oloresin yield (grams.