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- To turn into wood or become woody through the formation and deposit of lignin in cell walls.
- It appears that the nonspecific enzymatic system that releases these oxidizing products degrades many cyclic aromatic and chlorinated compounds related to lignins.
- The more densely packed the fibers and lignin the stronger the bamboo.
- Cellulose and lignin were degraded simultaneously.
- Made hard like wood as the result of the deposition of lignin in the cell walls.
- Quantitative analysis procedure of lignocellulose solid substrate including hemicellulose cellulose and lignin ignition method volumetric method and soak extract method were utilized to study the changes of chemical components in lawn-grass and weeds during hydrothermal degradation with different conditions.
- Histochemistry the location of particular chemical compounds within tissues by the use of specific staining techniques for example phloroglucinol to stain lignin.
- The structure of remainder lignin collapsing gradually there is granular relic in the end.
- The result is that the decay resistance of hemp fibre by seawater is better than ramie and flax and hemp treated by seawater is propitious to wipe off lignin the cellulose of the hemp is the effective component against sea water.
- Lignin from paper-making waste liquor was used as slow-releasing material to potassium fertilizer which was propitious to resources utilization and environmental protection.
- It is mainly found in wheat bran and bran cereals.
- Why the oak barrel has magical efficacy oak contains tannic a cid.
- This organism is termed a'white rot fungus'because of its ability to degrade lignin a randomly linked phenylpropane-based polymeric component of wood.
- Anionic surfactants which include petroleum sulfonates alkylbenzene sulfomates petroleum carboxylates and ligin sulfonates in which sulfonate surfactant is the most well known type are widely used in eor.
- Form uv diffuse reflectance spectra it seems that carbonyl and phenolic groups mainly contribute to the light induced yellowing of poplar apmp.