lignocellulose


lig·no·cel·lu·lose

noun \ˌlig-nō-ˈsel-yə-ˌlōs, -ˌlōz\

Definition of LIGNOCELLULOSE

:  any of several closely related substances constituting the essential part of woody cell walls of plants and consisting of cellulose intimately associated with lignin
lig·no·cel·lu·los·ic \-ˌsel-yə-ˈlō-sik, -zik\ adjective

Origin of LIGNOCELLULOSE

International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: 1900

lig·no·cel·lu·lose

noun \ˌlig-nō-ˈsel-yə-ˌlōs, -ˌlōz\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of LIGNOCELLULOSE

: any of several closely related substances constituting the essential part of woody cell walls and consisting of cellulose intimately associated with lignin
lig·no·cel·lu·los·ic \-ˌsel-yə-ˈlō-sik, -zik\ adjective

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