Cell-wall recovery after irreversible deformation of wood.

@article{Keke2003CellwallRA,
  title={Cell-wall recovery after irreversible deformation of wood.},
  author={Jozef Ke{\vc}ke{\vs} and Ingo Burgert and Klaus Fr{\"u}hmann and Martin M{\"u}ller and Klaas K{\"o}lln and Myles Hamilton and Manfred C Burghammer and Stephan V Roth and Stefanie Stanzl-Tschegg and Peter Fratzl},
  journal={Nature materials},
  year={2003},
  volume={2 12},
  pages={810-4}
}
The remarkable mechanical properties of biological materials reside in their complex hierarchical architecture and in specific molecular mechanistic phenomena. The fundamental importance of molecular interactions and bond recovery has been suggested by studies on deformation and fracture of bone and nacre. Like these mineral-based materials, wood also represents a complex nanocomposite with excellent mechanical performance, despite the fact that it is mainly based on polymers. In wood, however… CONTINUE READING

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