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Chemical Characteristics of Abiotic-Stressed Tobacco Stems for the Utilization of a Non-Wooden Biomass
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Chemical Characteristics of Abiotic-Stressed Tobacco Stems for the Utilization of a Non-Wooden Biomass
Kim, Kang-Jae; Hong, Sung-Bum; Eom, Tae-Jin;
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 Abstract
Abiotic-stressed tobacco stems as a non-wooden biomass were analyzed for their chemical characteristics. Light-stressed tobacco stems (LST) have a relatively high nitrogen concentration, much more extractive content, and a similar amount of lignin and higher contents of acid sugars than those of Non stressed tobacco (NST). It also has low cellulose crystallinity and a high degree of condensation. Guaiacyl units having a lower molecular weight distribution consist of rich lignin. Tension stressed tobacco (TST) growth differentiation under tensile stress was significantly different between normal tissue and cell walls, with the exception of the slightly higher cellulose crystallinity observed for.
 Keywords
Tobacco stem;light stress;tension stress;chemical composition;CP-Mass NMR;
 Language
Korean
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