Definition of Lignification. Meaning of Lignification. Synonyms of Lignification

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Definition of Lignification

Lignification
Lignification Lig`ni*fi*ca"tion (l[i^]g`n[i^]*f[i^]*k[=a]"sh[u^]n), n. [Cf. F. lignification. See Lignify.] (Bot.) A change in the character of a cell wall, by which it becomes harder. It is supposed to be due to an incrustation of lignin.

Meaning of Lignification from wikipedia

- Lignin is a cl**** of complex organic polymers that form important structural materials in the support tissues of vascular plants and some algae. Lignins...
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- is a metabolite in conifers, serving as an intermediate in cell wall lignification, as well as having other biological roles. It can also be found in the...
- physiological malformation that results in excessive hydration, low lignification, impaired stomatal function and reduced mechanical strength of tissue...
- develop, the seeds start darkening in color. They will observe the lignification of the stems as they turn from being flexible and green to hard, woody...
- characteristics. In ruminant nutrition, depending on the extent of lignification of the cell wall, pectin is up to 90% digestible by bacterial enzymes...
- several layers thick, with cells walls of uneven thickness due to uneven lignification. The cells lose water, and the uneven thickness causes the thinner walls...
- "outworks, sheathing, play of masks, ... its temporary solidification, lignification, dogmatization" (§25). By dismantling church claims to the theological...
- physiological malformation that results in excessive hydration, low lignification, impaired stomatal function and reduced mechanical strength of tissue...
- p-cresol. Various quinone methides are directly involved in the process of lignification (creation of complex lignin polymers) in plants. Many quinone methides...
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