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The origin and constitution of reaction wood. IV. Lignin distribution in the cell-walls of compression wood as revealed under ultra-violet light



The origin and constitution of reaction wood. IV. Lignin distribution in the cell-walls of compression wood as revealed under ultra-violet light



Flora, Jena. 156: 3, 322-31



cf. F.A. 26 No. 1170.) In normal wood cells the middle lamella and the primary wall have a high lignin content. At the border between the primary and secondary walls the lignin content suddenly drops. Throughout the secondary wall the lignin content is almost constant. The intensive absorption of ultra-violet light by the tertiary layer can be only partly ascribed to the lignin content. Walls of compression-wood cells have a strongly lignified middle lamella.

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