Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco

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Quebracho blanco, called kebrako or white quebracho, is a South American tree species, native to Brazil, N Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay.wikipedia
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Quebracho tree

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It must not be confused with other species also known as quebracho, but belonging to the genus Schinopsis.
Quebracho produces tannins that can be extracted in quebracho sawmills from the heartwood of both red (Schinopsis lorentzii) and white quebracho (Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco).

Yohimbine

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Quebrachine is a chemical synonym for yohimbine since it was first isolated from the bark of ''A.
Yohimbine, also known as quebrachine, and not to be confused with yohimbe, is a indoloquinolizidine alkaloid derived from the bark of the African tree Pausinystalia johimbe; also from the bark of the unrelated South American tree Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco.

Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco 'Pendula'

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* 'Pendula' - with weeping branches.
Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco 'Pendula', or Weeping White Quebracho, is a weeping tree and a cultivar of Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco, the White Quebracho.

Quebrachitol

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It was first isolated by Tanret in 1887 from the bark of Aspidosperma quebracho.

South America

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Quebracho blanco, called kebrako or white quebracho, is a South American tree species, native to Brazil, N Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

Tree

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Quebracho blanco, called kebrako or white quebracho, is a South American tree species, native to Brazil, N Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

Species

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Quebracho blanco, called kebrako or white quebracho, is a South American tree species, native to Brazil, N Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

Brazil

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Quebracho blanco, called kebrako or white quebracho, is a South American tree species, native to Brazil, N Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

Argentina

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Quebracho blanco, called kebrako or white quebracho, is a South American tree species, native to Brazil, N Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

Bolivia

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Quebracho blanco, called kebrako or white quebracho, is a South American tree species, native to Brazil, N Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

Paraguay

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Quebracho blanco, called kebrako or white quebracho, is a South American tree species, native to Brazil, N Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

Uruguay

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Quebracho blanco, called kebrako or white quebracho, is a South American tree species, native to Brazil, N Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

Genus

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It must not be confused with other species also known as quebracho, but belonging to the genus Schinopsis.

Schinopsis

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It must not be confused with other species also known as quebracho, but belonging to the genus Schinopsis.

Hardwood

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Quebracho blanco wood is uniformly yellow-ochre, without differences between hardwood and sapwood.

Wood

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Quebracho blanco wood is uniformly yellow-ochre, without differences between hardwood and sapwood.

Relative density

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It is quite heavy (relative density = 0.885 g/cm³) and hard, and responds well to bending and shock.

Gram

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It is quite heavy (relative density = 0.885 g/cm³) and hard, and responds well to bending and shock.

Fungicide

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Upon drying it tends to collapse, producing deformations and cracks, so the drying process is slow; the wood must be treated with fungicides.

Carpentry

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It is easy to work and has many uses in carpentry (carts, wheels, floors, shoes, tool handles, furniture); it is also good for chess pieces, skis, etc. Preserved with creosote it can be used outdoors.

Chess

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It is easy to work and has many uses in carpentry (carts, wheels, floors, shoes, tool handles, furniture); it is also good for chess pieces, skis, etc. Preserved with creosote it can be used outdoors.

Ski

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It is easy to work and has many uses in carpentry (carts, wheels, floors, shoes, tool handles, furniture); it is also good for chess pieces, skis, etc. Preserved with creosote it can be used outdoors.

Creosote

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It is easy to work and has many uses in carpentry (carts, wheels, floors, shoes, tool handles, furniture); it is also good for chess pieces, skis, etc. Preserved with creosote it can be used outdoors.

Coal

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In some places it is widely used as coal, since it does not produce sparks or large amounts of ash, and it burns strong and slowly.