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    The Japanese maple trees were subjects for much poetry and art in seventh century Japan. However, both world wars took their toll on the many different collections of these trees, and they were often used as firewood. By the end of the 1940s, many cultivars had disappeared. However, in the 1960s there was a return of interest and since then over 320 varieties of the Japanese maple have been developed from the native trees that were left. The Japanese maple tree is adaptable to different soil types

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    Maple Syrup

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    Maple Syrup Maple syrup is to people as honey is to bees. The production of syrup is as technical as almost any refined sugar, though like honey it is produced completely naturally, from the sap of maple trees. The process of creating maple syrup is as easy as extracting the sap from the tree and boiling off the excess water. After discussing the sap production, syrup production, and the process of creating maple sugar, we will all have a greater understanding of Maple syrup. Maple trees first

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    Analysis Of Maple Syrup

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    Trends in the Maple Industry Canada is the largest producer of Maple Syrup in the world, so it is no surprise that the Canadian Maple industry has changed quite dramatically in the past 25 years. According to the Government of Canada, the efficiency of maple farms has increased by almost 20% in the past 25 years. In 1981, a farm would have been able to get 1,404,000 taps. In 2006, this number had increased to 3,913,000 taps per farm. In addition to increasing efficiency, the amount of maple syrup being

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    Management of a 40 Acre Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum) Stand in Southern Michigan for Sustained Production of Sawtimber Sugar maple (Acer saccharum) is a hard maple used primarily for its lumber and sap. In fact, 9% of the hardwood sawtimber volume in the U.S. comes from this species (5). My client would like to begin extracting sawtimber from her 40 acre maple-dominated stand that has been unmanaged to this point. She sees a market for her sawtimber in the regional flooring industry, but would

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    Isn’t: The Effects of Global Climate Change On the Maple Sugar Industry Global climate change has been the topic of discussion these days in New England, where spring thaw seems to come earlier each year, prematurely driving hundreds of sugar bush operators from their cabins and into the thickets to tap the sweet nectar of the sugar maple. Times and temperatures are changing for these laborers, and the effects of global climate change on the maple sugar industry have not gone unnoticed. Much of the

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    Maple syrup urine disease Maple syrup urine disease, also known as MSUD, is an inherited autosomal recessive metabolic disorder in which the body cannot break down certain amino acids. The name of the disease gives an idea of what the urine smells like (U.S National Institutes of Health, 2012). The cause of this disease deals with genetics, meaning that if both parents are carriers then there is a 25% chance that their child might inherit it. After a child is born, and the parents are carriers of

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    Forest Management Plan for Middlebury Forest

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    prominent species combined. Bitternut Hickory and Sugar maple both account for roughly 17% of the canopy layer in the Middlebury Forest. Of the 12 species that were surveyed in this layer, hophornbeam, Bitternut hickory and sugar maple dominate the canopy layer, accounting for more than 2/3 of the canopy composition. A total of 241 different trees categorized within 11 different species were surveyed within the sub-canopy layer. The sugar maple tree species currently dominates the species composition

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    either reciprocal replacement or habitat preference . In a reciprocal replacement, seedlings of one species would be found predominately under large trees ... ... middle of paper ... ...le would be more than that of American beech because sugar maple produce more seeds than American beech. Furthermore, we study whether the two species co-exist via reciprocal replacement, habitat preference or merely by chance. We believe that habitat preference may be the mechanism of coexistence here and therefore

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    Scott Joplin

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    the name of "Maple Leaf Club." In 1895, Joplin continued his studies at the George R. Smith College for negros where he soon published his first composition, the song Please Say You Will. From there, Joplin toured with an eight member Texas Medley Quartet across the country all the way up to Syracuse, New York. This Quartet disbanded in 1897 and Joplin organized another group, the Seda Quartet, which performed off and on during the next few years. In 1899, Joplin composed the Maple Leaf Rag. This

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    Whether it's for increased privacy, improved curb appeal or just for fun, planting a new tree in your yard can be a wonderful project. However, there are many trees out there to choose from. It can be difficult to choose between hundreds of different kinds of trees for your yard, but you can narrow your choice down by keeping some key factors in mind. What to Avoid A way to narrow down your choices is to first learn what trees should be avoided for most yards. Various trees have specific negative

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