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Water occurs in living wood in these conditions, namely:

in the cell walls
in the protoplasmic contents of the cells
Both A & B
None of the above


Water occurs in living wood in three conditions (1) in the cell walls, (2) in the protoplasmic contents of the cells, and (3) as free water in the cell cavities and spaces. In heartwood it occurs only in the first and last forms.

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Pellets can be made from ?

Walnut
Any wood variety
Mahogany
Rosewood


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Wood is a _______ material. Fill in the blank.

organic
inorganic
semi-organic
semi-inorganic


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The shape of knot will roughly appear as a

Circular piece of wood
Tri-angular piece of wood
Square piece of wood
Hexagonal piece of wood


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Once heartwood formation is complete, the heartwood is ?

Lighter
Alive
Dead
Darker


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Thin sapwood is a characteristic found in some species such as ?

Chestnut
Black locust
Mulberry
All of the above


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Wide-ringed wood is often called ?

First growth
Second growth
Third growth
Fourth growth


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Woody plants are usually ?

Trees
Shrubs
Lianas
All of the above


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________ is a mass noun that refers to leaves as a feature of plants.

Rumage
Soliage
Foliage
Trolage


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In January 2010 Italian scientists announced that wood could be harnessed to become a ?

Nails substitute
Liver substitute
Bone substitute
Kidney substitute


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