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Characterization of the Cellulosic Cell Wall
by Douglas D. Stroke

Characterization of the Cellulosic Cell Wall brings together a broad array of scientific expertise to focus on the characterization and utilization of cellulosic materials.

Charcterization of the Cellulosic Cell Wall applications of near infrared spectroscopy, x-ray diffraction, confocal microscopy and molecular coupling as a viscoelastic probe provide new insights into the ultrastructure and properties of cellulosic materials.

Contents

Cell Wall Assembly and Function: New Frontiers

  1. Tracheid and Sclereid Differentiation in Callus Cultures of Pinus Radiata
  2. Optimizing for Multiple Functions: Mechanical and Structural Contributions of Cellulose Microfibrils and Lignin in Strenghtening Tissues
  3. Mechanics of the Wood Cell Wall
  4. Prediction of Wood Structural Patterns in Trees by Using Ecological Models of Plant Water Relations
  5. Preparation and Properties of Cellulose/Xylan Nanocomposites

Probing Cell Wall Structure: Advances in Analysis

  1. Determining Xylem Cell Wall Properties by Using Model Plant Species
  2. The Temperature Dependence of Wood Relaxations: A Molecular Probe of the Woody Cell Wall
  3. Rapid Estimation of Tracheid Morphological Characteristics of Green and Dry Wood by Near Infrared Spectroscopy
  4. FTIR Imaging of Wood and Wood Composites
  5. Near Infrared Spectroscopic Monitoring of the Diffusion Process of Deuterium-Labed Molecules in Wood
  6. Wood Stiffness by X-ray Diffractometry

Mesostructure and Applications: Science in Practice

  1. Selected Mesostructure Properties in Loblolly Pine from Arkansas Plantations
  2. Changes of Microfibril Angle After Radial Compression of Loblolly Pine Earlywood Specimens
  3. Variation of Kink and Curl of Longleaf Pine Fibers
  4. Effect of Chemical Fractionation Treatments on Silicon Dioxide Content and Distribution in Oryza Sativa
  5. Characterization of Water-Soluble Components from MDF Fibers
  6. Effects of Refiner Pressure on the Properties of Individual Wood Fibers
  7. Wood Structure and Adhesive Bond Strength
  8. Adhesion Mechanisms of Durable Wood Adhensice Bonds

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Characterization of the Cellulosic Cell Wall
by Douglas D. Stokke
2006 • 274 pages • $178.95 + shipping
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