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Importance of wood preservation in Japan
Classification of timbers according to natural durability
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Abies Anon Association of Japan attack Bankia Bartsch Betula maximowicziana Blandford Broad leaf Broad leaf tree Buildings JIS Chamaecyparis Chamaecyparis obtusa CHLORDANE CM CM Copper/chrome/arsenic Creosote Oil Effects of Wood Faculty of Agriculture fire retardant Forest Products Research Forestry and Fisheries imports insect Japan Japan Termite Control Japan Wood Preserving Japanese Agricultural Standards Japanese Industrial Standards Japanese National Railways japonica Kalopanax Kalopanax pictus lauan lauan Shorea lumber Lyctus Lyctus brunneus Method for Testing Minato-ku Minato-ku Tokyo Ministry of Agriculture Morimoto Nagatacho Niijima organization Pentachlorophenol Photo Pinus Plywood preservation in Japan pressure impregnation Pressure Processes JIS Prevent decay Production of treated Products Research Institute Quercus railway sleepers red lauan Ron Cockcroft serrata Shorea Shorea spp Specification Spruce Table Teredo termite Termite Control Association Tokyo treated timber treated wood Tsukuba vacuum/pressure waste water wood preservation wood preservation industry Wood Preserving Association Zelkova serrata