Loblolly tree

Related to Loblolly tree: Pinus taeda
(Bot.) a name of several West Indian trees, having more or less leathery foliage, but alike in no other respect; as Pisonia subcordata, Cordia alba, and Cupania glabra.

See also: Loblolly

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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VOC emissions were determined for drying duplicate charges of sapwood and heartwood samples from the bottom, middle, and top sections of the loblolly tree bole.
The site was subsequently subjected to a number of controlled burns, and now contains predominantly pine and loblolly trees, grass, and short woody vegetation, with a nearby patch of deciduous trees.
The North Carolina Forest-Service donated the loblolly trees. The state currently maintains the memorial.