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Black cherry (Prunus serotina Ehrh.)Author(s): Charles J. Gatchell
Publication Series: FPL Factsheets
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DescriptionAn American wood. Description of the distribution, growth, habit, wood, and wood properties of the species. Includes bibliographical references.
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CitationGatchell, Charles J. 1971. Black cherry (Prunus serotina Ehrh.). FS-229
KeywordsAmerican wood, Prunus serotina, Geographical distribution, Growth, Anatomy, Wood properties, Wood utilization
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