If one considered mature cells to have complete lignification
while immature cells have incomplete lignification
, then by comparing these two cases, the influence of lignin volume fraction on mechanical properties can be evaluated.
, polymer cross-linkage, and callose deposition), disruption of [Ca.
It is likely that the seed coat composition, in particular the degree of lignification
and the presence and concentration of secondary metabolites with antimicrobial activity, influences the speed of decomposition by microorganisms.
Effects of ferulic acid on growth and lignification
of conventional and glyphosate-resistant soybean.
Growth stresses in tension wood: Role of microfibrils and lignification
Silicon enhances suberization and lignification
in roots of rice.
Failure to detect CBSV in peelings from mature infected stems suggests that the cell wall lignification
and high phenolic compounds, compared to young tender stems (where CBSV was detected), could have negatively impacted on RNA extractions.
is important for the plant growth, it is interesting to evaluate whether the genetic modification in glyphosate-resistant soybean affects its lignin level, by providing information about possible side-effects due to this change.
with maturity affects mostly plant cell walls, but leaves the digestibility of the cell contents relatively unaffected (Van Soest, 1967; 1996; Huhtanen et al.
Palms also demonstrate various degrees of wall thickness and lignification
of ground tissue, thereby also adding to mechanical strength and stem hardness (Tomlinson, 1961, 1990).
Effect of nitric oxide on browning and lignification
of peeled bamboo shoots.
High temperatures, in particular, are known to increase respiration leading to lignification
of the sweet potato cell walls during storage .