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Histochemical study on the chlorite delignified wood of spruce



Histochemical study on the chlorite delignified wood of spruce



Research Bulletins, College Experiment Forests, Hokkaido University 36(2): 469-478



Observations on the progressive removal of lignin from the cell walls of Picea jezoensis sapwood and of the enzymatic degradation of cell wall hemicelluloses using UV and fluorescence microscopy.

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