|fast growing species
All species of animals found in a given area.
|fiber saturation point
The moisture content at which the cell walls are saturated with water (bound water) and no water is held in the cell cavities (free water) by capillary forces.
A generic term for sheet materials of widely varying densities manufactured of refined or partially refined wood or lignocellulosic fiber with the primary bond derived from the interfelting of fibers.
An additive used with adhesives to modify bonding characteristics of a resin mix.
|finished market product
A lumber product in relatively finished from, with little or no further processing anticipated.
A chemical or preparation of chemicals used to reduce flammability or to retard spread of fire over the surface.
Wood intended for use as fuel.
Small wood particle of predetermined or uniformed thickness produced by cutting across the direction of the grain.
All species of plants found in a given area, including ferns, lycopods and mosses.
Coarse grasses such as maize and sorghum, shrubs, trees, harvested with the seed and leaves green or live, cured and used as feed for livestock or game animals and ruminants.
Browse and herbage that is available either naturally or produced seasonally or annually on a given area or range that can provide food for gazing animals or be harvested for feeding.