Plywood is obtained from which tree?
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Plywood is a type of man–made board which is generally made from thin layers of wood veneer, glued together with adhesives. The most common trees used for veneer include hardwoods such as maple, oak, birch and poplar, as well as softwoods like pine and cedar.