2 edition of Wood ultrastructure found in the catalog.
W. A. Cote
by U. of Washington P
Written in English
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This book discusses the value of wood as a raw material as looked upon from biological, botanical, and technical perspective. Organized into 12 chapters, this book starts with an overview of the importance of forest trees as sources of wood. This text then examines the chemical composition and ultrastructure of Edition: 1. Book Publishing WeChat (or Email:[email protected]) Article citations. More>> Fengel, D. and Wegener, G. () Wood—Chemistry, Ultrastructure, Reactions. 2nd Edition, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin. has been cited by the following article.
In traditional medical histology courses, students have often used individual electron microscopic images to supplement their study of tissues at the light microscopic level. This new CD, Ultrastructure: An Interactive Virtual Electron Microscope, provides, in digital format, a more comprehensive view of cells and tissues at the ultrastructural level. Book Description. This text details the principal concepts and developments in wood science, chemistry and technology. It includes new chapters on the chemical synthesis of cellulose and its technology, preservation of wood resources and the conservation of waterlogged wood.
WURC was a centre of excellence in the field of Wood Ultrastructure initiated by NUTEK (Swedish National Board for Industrial and Technical Development),which has been replaced by VINNOVA (The Swedish Agency for Innovation Systems) since January The centre was established in co-operation with NUTEK, SLU (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences), CTH (Chalmers University of. item 1 Wood: Chemistry, Ultrastructure, Reactions by Gert Wegener (, Hardcover) - Wood: Chemistry, Ultrastructure, Reactions by Gert Wegener (, Hardcover) $ Free shipping.
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Indeed great book. Very educative with indepth study. 18 Utilization of Wood and Wood Components for Chemicals and Energy. Thermal Degradation. Wood Saccharification. Wood: chemistry, ultrastructure, reactions Dietrich Fengel, Gerd Wegener Snippet view - Wood: chemistry, ultrastructure, reactions 5/5(2).
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Nine years ago saw the publication of the first version of Three-dimensional Structure of Wood: A scanning electron microscope study . This book contained 59 scanning electron micrographs and a modest text outlining the basic structure of wood_ When we wrote it inthe scanning electron microscope was still something of a novelty (the first commercially produced SEM only coming on the Price: $ Wood structure can be studied at the gross level with the unaided eye, at the anatomical level with the light microscope, or at the ultrastructural level with the transmission electron microscope.
In Cited by: This book aims to give a detailed state-of-the-art survey of the chemistry and ultrastructure of wood, covering such topics as the fundamentals of wood and bark, special reactions under various environmental conditions as well as the principles of pulping, cellulose derivation, and the conversion of wood into chemicals and energy.
Côté W.A. () The Anatomy, Ultrastructure and Chemical Composition of Wood. In: Côté W.A. (eds) Biomass Utilization.
NATO Advanced Science Institutes Series (Series A: Life Sciences), vol Cited by: 2. Wood—chemistry, ultrastructure, reactions, by D. Fengel and G. Wegener, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin and New York,pp. Price: DMCited by: This book is an ideal source of information for botanists and feed scientists and researchers.
Show less Wood and Agricultural Residues Research on Use for Feed, Fuels, and Chemicals covers the proceedings of the “Feed, Fuels, and Chemicals from Wood and Agricultural Residues” symposium, held in Kansas City and sponsored by Cellulose. Wood and wood fibre ultrastructure is of key importance for the pulp and paper making industry.
In this thesis there has been a focus on development of methods for studying wood degrading enzymes. The methods have been used in different ways to render new information on File Size: 2MB.
Nine years ago saw the publication of the first version of Three-dimensional Structure of Wood: A scanning electron microscope study . This book contained 59 scanning electron micrographs and a modest text outlining the basic structure of wood_ When we wrote it inthe scanning electron microscope was still something of a novelty (the first commercially produced SEM only coming on the Brand: Springer Netherlands.
Donaldson () reviews wood cell wall ultrastructure with a historical summary of methods and key applications, a description of the main components of wood cell walls and their distribution across the cell wall, and a discussion of how ultrastructural features are related to wood properties.
Many of the investigations reviewed focus on wall. Ultrastructure (or ultra-structure) is the architecture of cells and biomaterials that is visible at higher magnifications than found on a standard optical light traditionally meant the resolution and magnification range of a conventional transmission electron microscope (TEM) when viewing biological specimens such as cells, tissue, or organs.
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Wood: Strength and Stiffness Wood is one of the oldest and best-known structural materials, and one of the few renewable natural resources. Wood is a desirable material for construc tion because it requires less energy to produce a usable end product than do other materials.
Wood is also extremely versatile. A brief outline of the structure and composition of plant cell walls and the degradation patterns associated with bacterial degradation of wood cell walls precedes the description of the relationship of cell wall micro- and ultrastructure to bacterial degradation of the cell by: 2.
Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Tension wood is found on the upper side of leaning stems and branches in angiosperms.
It contains more cellulose and less lignin, and the fiber structure is markedly different from that of normal wood. Tension wood fibers are characterized by a layer of microfibrils that is almost pure cellulose, the gelatinous or G-layer, and the fibers are known as gelatinous fibers.
The book is a reprint of one originally published in The anatomy and chemistry of wood are described in detail, and with extensive reference to the literature, under the following headings: Introduction; Structure and ultrastructure; Chemical composition and analysis of wood; Cellulose; Polyoses (hemicelluloses); Lignin; Extractives; Distribution of the components within the wood cell Cited by: Ultrastructure.
An Interactive Virtual Electron Microscope. Joel E. Schechter and Ruth I. Wood. Publication Date - April ISBN: CD-Rom In Stock. Retail Price to Students: $ Provides a comprehensive view of cells and tissues at the ultrastructural level in a digital format.Fengel, D.
and Wegener, G. () Wood Chemistry, Ultrastructure, Reaction. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, has been cited by the following article: TITLE: The Participation of Wall Monolignols in Leaf Tolerance to Nature Flooding of Hydrophytes.
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