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lignification the formation of wood by the deposition of LIGNIN in both primary and secondary cell walls.
the laying down of lignin in a plant; the last stage in maturation, representing a heavy loss in nutritional value.
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pepo, which revealed that all seed coat layers are present in hull-less cultigens, but the thickening and lignification
of the cell walls are reduced in hull-less seeds.
Increase in green forage/DM yield with delayed cutting time was obvious and may be attributed to lignifications
and increased cell wall contents with advanced maturity (Salawu et al.
823) because SA can activate enzymes oxidase and peroxidase by intensifying lignifications
of fruits cellular walls which results in the loss of the weight and volume of the fruits (Table 5).
C/N ratio and N contents of the canes were treated as the most significant indicators for lignifications