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Misna, T., R. Shmulsky, S. Millar. 2008. Continuous monitoring of volatile organic compounds during kiln drying with a MEMS chemical sensor. American Laboratory 1(2)19-22.
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Mitchell, B.K., L.L. Ingram, Jr., J. Soria, P.H. Steele, D.A. Strobel. 2008. Chemical and physical characteristics of bio-oils from pine and oak feedstocks. Proceedings of Woody Biomass Utilization: Challenges and Opportunities, Forest Product Society 7223: 33-38.
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Mohan, D., J. Shi, D.D. Nicholas, C.U. Pittman Jr., P.H. Steele, J.E. Cooper. 2008. Fungicidal values of bio-oils and their lignin-rich fractions obtained from wood/bark fast pyrolysis. Chemosphere 71(3):456-465. Download
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Nicholas, D.D., H. Militz. 2008. Concepts in the development of new accelerated test methods for wood decay. Pages 142-151 in T.Schultz, H. Militz, M.H. Freeman, B. Goodell, D.D. Nicholas, editors. Development of Commercial Wood Preservatives: Efficacy, Environmental and Health Issues. ACS Symposium Series 982, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC.
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Obanda, D.N., T.F. Shupe, H.M. Barnes. 2008. Reducing leaching of boron-based wood preservatives--A review of research. Bioresource Technology 99(2008):7312-7322. Download
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Patterson, D.W., M.H. Pelkki, P.H. Steele. 2008. Productivity of the John Deere slash bundler in removing in-forest residues from pine harvest sties in the mid-South: Four case studies. Forest Products Journal 58(7/8):31.36.
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Peng, Y., S.Q. Shi, M.G. Kim. 2008. Effect of temperature on the dynamic mechanical properties of resin film and wood. Forest Products Journal 58(12):68-74.
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Preston, A., L. Jin, D.D. Nicholas, A. Zahora, P. Walcheski, K. Archer, T.P. Schultz. 2008. Field stake tests with copper-based preservatives. International Research Group on Wood Protection, IRG/WP 08-30459. Download
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Prewitt, M.L., S.V. Diehl, T.C. McElroy, W.J. Diehl. 2008. Comparison of general fungal and basidiomycete-specific ITS primers for identification of wood decay fungi. Forest Products Journal 58(4):66-71. Download
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Przewloka, S., D. Crawford, D. Rammer, D.L. Buckner, B. Woodward, G. Li, D.D. Nicholas. 2008. Assessment of biodeterioration for the screening of new wood preservatives: Calculation of stiffness loss in rapid decay testing. Holzforschung 62:270-276. Download
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Ragon, K.W., D.D. Nicholas, T.P. Schultz. 2008. Termite-resistant heartwood: The effect of the non-biocidal antioxidant properties of the extractives (Iosptera: Rhinotermitidae). Sociobiology 52(1):47-54. Download
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas, C.R. McIntyre. 2008. Recent patents and developments in biocidal wood protection systems for exterior applications. Recent Patents on Materials Science 1(2):128-134.
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas. 2008. Improving the performance of organic biocides using economical and benign additives. Pages 272-284 in T.P. Schultz, H. Militz, M.H. Freeman, B. Goodell, and D.D. Nicholas, editors; Development of Commercial Wood Preservatives: Efficacy, Environmental, and Health Issues. Chapter 16, American Chemical Society Symposium Series 982, Washington, DC.
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas. 2008. Introduction to developing wood preservative systems and molds in homes. Pages 2-8 in T.P. Schultz, H. Militz, M.H. Freeman, B. Goodell, and D.D. Nicholas, editors; Development of Commercial Wood Preservatives: Efficacy, Environmental, and Health Issues. Chapter 1, American Chemical Society Symposium Series 982, Washington, DC.
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas. 2008. Long-term ground-contact efficacy studies of two synergistic biocide mixtures that laboratory decay studies suggested may be promising wood preservative systems. Forest Products Journal 58(5):73-76. Download
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