Cellulose microfibril orientation of Picea abies and its variability at the micron-level determined by Raman imaging

@inproceedings{Gierlinger2010CelluloseMO,
  title={Cellulose microfibril orientation of Picea abies and its variability at the micron-level determined by Raman imaging},
  author={Notburga Gierlinger and Saskia Luss and Christian K{\"o}nig and Johannes Konnerth and Michaela Eder and Peter Fratzl},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2010}
}
The functional characteristics of plant cell walls depend on the composition of the cell wall polymers, as well as on their highly ordered architecture at scales from a few nanometres to several microns. Raman spectra of wood acquired with linear polarized laser light include information about polymer composition as well as the alignment of cellulose microfibrils with respect to the fibre axis (microfibril angle). By changing the laser polarization direction in 3 degrees steps, the dependency… CONTINUE READING

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