Structure and distribution of lignin in primary and secondary cell walls of maize coleoptiles analyzed by chemical and immunological probes

@article{Mse2005StructureAD,
  title={Structure and distribution of lignin in primary and secondary cell walls of maize coleoptiles analyzed by chemical and immunological probes},
  author={G. M{\"u}se and T. Schindler and R. Bergfeld and K. Ruel and G. Jacquet and C. Lapierre and V. Speth and P. Schopfer},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2005},
  volume={201},
  pages={146-159}
}
Lignin is an integral constituent of the primary cell walls of the dark-grown maize (Zea mays L.) coleoptile, a juvenile organ that is still in the developmental state of rapid cell extension. Coleoptile lignin was characterized by (i) conversion to lignothiolglycolate derivative, (ii) isolation of polymeric fragments after alkaline hydrolysis, (iii) reactivity to antibodies against dehydrogenative polymers prepared from monolignols, and (iv) identification of thioacidolysis products typical of… Expand

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