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Softwood: Quiz


Question 1: The woods of longleaf pine, ________, and yew are much harder in the mechanical sense than several hardwoods.

Question 2: It may also be used to describe these trees, which tend to be evergreen, notable exceptions being ________ and the larches.
TaxodiumTaxodium mucronatumCupressaceaeTaxodium distichum

Question 3: The term softwood is used as opposed to hardwood, which is the wood from ________ trees.
FernPlantFlowering plantGymnosperm

Question 4: Raw material as pulp in the production of ________ and cardboard
PapermakingPaperBookFourdrinier machine

Question 5: Prime material for structural ________ components.

Question 6: Softwood is the source of about 80% of the world's production of timber, with traditional centers of production being the Baltic region (including Scandinavia and Russia) and ________.
AmericasSouth AmericaAmericas (terminology)North America

Question 7: The term softwood is used to describe wood from ________.
PinophytaFlowering plantPlantGymnosperm


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