Cellulose microfibrils from potato tuber cells: Processing and characterization of starch–cellulose microfibril composites

@article{Dufresne2000CelluloseMF,
  title={Cellulose microfibrils from potato tuber cells: Processing and characterization of starch–cellulose microfibril composites},
  author={A. Dufresne and D. Dupeyre and M. Vignon},
  journal={Journal of Applied Polymer Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={76},
  pages={2080-2092}
}
The ultrastructure and morphology of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) tuber cells were investigated by optical, scanning, and transmission electron microscopies. After removal of starch granules, pectins and hemicelluloses were solubilized under alkaline conditions. The alkaline insoluble residue consisted mainly of primary cell wall cellulose, which can be disintegrated under shearing to produce a homogenized microfibril suspension, as reported in a previous work.40 Composite materials were… Expand
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