Definition of Lignocellulose

1. Noun. (biochemistry) The combination of lignin and cellulose in the structural cells of woody plants. ¹



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Definition of Lignocellulose

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lignocellulose

lignin
lignin-forming peroxidase
lignin peroxidase
ligninase
ligninases
ligninolytic
lignins
ligniperdous
lignireose
lignite
lignites
lignitic
lignitiferous
lignivorous
lignocaine
lignocellulose (current term)
lignocelluloses
lignocellulosic
lignoceric
lignoceric acid
lignoceroyl-CoA ligase
lignoceroyl-CoA oxidase
lignone
lignones
lignophagia
lignosae
lignose
lignoses
lignosulfonate
lignosulfonates

Literary usage of Lignocellulose

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1. The Textile Fibres: Their Physical, Microscopical and Chemical Properties by Joseph Merritt Matthews (1913)
"lignocellulose.—Jute differs somewhat from the previously considered vegetable fibres in that it does not consist? of comparatively pure cellulose, ..."

2. Cellulose: An Outline of the Chemistry of the Structural Elements of Plants by Charles Frederick Cross, Edward John Bevan, Clayton Beadle (1895)
"In attacking the lignocellulose with hydrochloric acid, the reactions are so complex that it would be impossible to assign to each of the three groups ..."

3. The Data of Geochemistry by Frank Wigglesworth Clarke (1908)
"To lignocellulose, according to Cross and Bevan.6 the formula C,,H]sOn may ... If now, we compare the percentage composition of cellulose, lignocellulose, ..."

4. A Text-book of Paper-making by Charles Frederick Cross, Edward John Bevan, J. F. Briggs (1916)
"(1) Alkaline solutions at temperatures of-100° attack the lignocellulose ... but there is no essential change in the composition of the lignocellulose. ..."

5. Technology of Cellulose Esters: A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on the by Edward Chauncey Worden (1921)
"This latter reaction indicates a relation between jute lignocellulose and the tannins. The presence of groups related to the tannin complex in jute ..."

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