Definition of Lignoses
1. lignose [n] - See also: lignose
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lignoses
Literary usage of Lignoses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Principles and Practice of Agricultural Analysis: A Manual for the by Harvey Washington Wiley (1897)
"The sugars, starches, pentosans, lignoses, and celluloses all have this common origin. Of many air-dried plants these bodies form more than eighty per cent. ..."
2. Practical Text-book of Plant Physiology by Daniel Trembly Macdougal (1912)
"The starches are found most abundantly in II tubers, roots and seeds, while the celluloses, pentosans, lignoses, etc., form the principal part of the ..."
3. The Chemistry of Breadmaking by James Grant (1912)
"Gum- arabic is a true gum, while gum tragacanth or gum dragon is a vegetable mucilage. The Celluloses, lignoses, or Woody-fibres ..."