eastern red cedar

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eastern red cedar, aromatic cedar

A highly aromatic, moderately high-density, fine-textured wood of a distinctive red color with white streaks; widely used for fence posts, shingles, and mothproof closet linings.
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Assessing changes in biomass, productivity, and C and N stores following Juniperus virginiana forest expansion into tallgrass prairie.
Pressurized fluids for extraction of cedarwood oil from Juniperus virginiana.
woody species included Juniperus virginiana, Quercus marilandica, and
8 miles s of Ainsworth, Hughes 030-A, 030-B; 21 miles W of Ainsworth, Hughes 034-B; 30 miles S of Ainsworth, Hughes 031-A; 6 miles W of Ainsworth, Hughes 028; 9 miles W of Bassett, Hughes 026-A; Cheatum Ranch, 16 km NE of Ainsworth, on fence post, Morgan and Egan 250; Bobcat State Wildlife Management Area, 20 km N of Ainsworth, on Pinus, Morgan and Egan 270; Niobrara Valley Preserve, 10 km S of Norden, on Pinus, Morgan and Egan 301; on Juniperus virginiana fence rails, Ladd 16367; CHERRY: Lakes Refuge, Valentine, Kiener 26774 (OMA, MIN); 32 miles SSW of Nenzel, Hughes 041; 39 miles SSW of Nenzel, Hughes 042-B; 5.
The development of the gametophytes and fertilization in Juniperus communis and Juniperus virginiana.
Assessing the rate, mechanisms and consequences of the conversion of tallgrass prairie to Juniperus virginiana forest.
Juglans nigra and Juniperus virginiana also occurred in more than one plot and ranked second and third in importance with 19.
texensis, 1992 72 30 33 110 REDCEDAR Eastern, Juniperus virginiana, 1997 242 57 69 316 Southern, Juniperus silicicola, 1995 195 75 52 283 Western, Thuja plicata, 1977 [*] 732 178 54 924 Western, Thuja plicata, 1993 [*] 761 159 45 931 REDSHANK Adenostoma sparsifolium, 1977 42 23 18 70 REDWOOD Coast, Sequoia sempervirens, 1993 [*] 867 313 101 1205 Coast, Sequoia sempervirens, 1998 [*] 893 307 97 1224 Coast, Sequoia sempervirens, 1998 [*] 950 321 80 1291 RHODODENDRON Catawba, Rhododendron catawbiense, 1991 [*] 10 26 11 39 Catamba, Rhododendron catawbiense, 1995 [*] 17 19 17 40 Pacific, Rhododendron macrophyllum, 1976 20 33 20 58 Rosebay, Rhododendron maximum, 1981 25 40 22 71 Chinese, Ligustrum Sacramento State sinense, 1991 [delta] Capital Grounds, Calif.
Juniperus ashei was one of the most common woody species encountered in this study, while in the woodlands of the southeastern and southcentral United States, Juniperus virginiana was the most common woody species encountered (Harper 1926; Quarterman 1950b; Kucera & Martin 1957).
3 6 Gleditsia triacanthos Honey locust 3 4 Sambucus canadensis Elderberry 3 4 Rhamnus cathartica (*) Common buckthorn 2 6 Populus deltoides Cottonwood 1 8 Rhus glabra Smooth sumac 1 5 juglans nigra Walnut 1 2 Ailanthus altissima (*) Tree-of-heaven 1 2 Toxicodendron radicans Poison ivy 1 1 juniperus virginiana Red cedar 1 1 Gymnocladus dioica Kentucky coffeetree 1 1 TABLE 3.
hickory Celtis laevigata sugarberry Cornus florida flowering dogwood Diospyros virginiana persimmon Fraxinus americana white ash Gleditsia triacanthos honeylocust Ilex opaca American holly Ilex vomitoria yaupon Juniperus virginiana eastern redcedar Liquidambar styraciflua sweetgum Magnolia virginiana sweetbay Morus rubra red mulberry Nyssa sylavatica black tupelo Ostrya virginiana eastern hophornbeam Pinus spp.