wood sugar


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wood sugar

[′wu̇d ‚shu̇g·ər]
(biochemistry)
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containing tension wood and another normal wood sugar maple were also obtained from Heiberg Forest.
Water-based primers have issues with water soluble extractives such as tannins and wood sugars in wood siding and trim.
Torula" is produced from wood sugars (sugar alcohol, safe for diabetics and individuals with hyperglycemia), that is a byproduct of paper production.