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wood sugar

[′wu̇d ‚shu̇g·ər]
(biochemistry)
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One sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.) containing tension wood and another normal wood sugar maple were also obtained from Heiberg Forest.
The additional funding, provided through Natural Resources Canadas Clean Growth Program, will support the development of the process by which FPInnovations converts wood sugars to biomaterials, which will help create a viable wood-to-chemicals industry that can help diversify the forest-based economy in rural communities.
Water-based primers have issues with water soluble extractives such as tannins and wood sugars in wood siding and trim.