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by H.G. Jung,D.R. Buxton,R.D. Hatfield,J. Ralph

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Author:
H.G. Jung,D.R. Buxton,R.D. Hatfield,J. Ralph
ISBN13:
978-0891181156
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0891181156
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American Society of Agronomy-Crop Science Society of America-Soil Science Society of America (January 1, 1993)
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Authors and affiliations. Ralph, J. (e. :Forage Cell Wall Structure and Digestibility. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America, Madison 1993, 820 pp. Hardcover, $ 4. 0. Authors and Affiliations.

ISBN-13: 978-0891181156. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

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Composition and Structure of Cell Wall Polysaccharides in Forages. The structure and composition of the plant cell wall depends on a number of factors including: developmental stage at harvest, geographical origin, type of tissue and other external factors including season of harvest and environmental conditions experienced during growth . Corn stover, like most grasses, experiences considerable compositional changes throughout the yearly growth period as well as significant variation between the various fractions of the plant (that is, leaf versus stem)141516.

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Based on the International Symposium on Forage Cell Wall. International Symposium on Forage Cell Wall Structure and Digesti-. This book presents the results of a benchmark conference that brought together scientists from many disciplines ranging from plant cell wall chemis- try to digestibility. The conference format permitted wide-ranging discus- sions and they are also captured in the book.

Forage cell wall structure and digestibility, 315-346, 1993. J Ralph, RD Hatfield, S Quideau, RF Helm, JH Grabber, HJG Jung. J Ralph, JJ MacKay, RD Hatfield, DM O'Malley, RW Whetten, RR Sederoff. J Ralph, JH Grabber, RD Hatfield. Journal of the American Chemical Society 116 (21), 9448-9456, 1994. Multi-scale visualization and characterization of lignocellulosic plant cell wall deconstruction during thermochemical pretreatment. Science 277 (5323), 235-239, 1997.

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In Forage Cell Wall Structure and Digestibility (Eds Jung, H. Buxton, D. Hatfield, R. D. & Ralph, ., pp. 621–683. Forage lignins and their effects on fiber digestibility. Agronomy Journal 81, 33–38. Madison: American Society of Agronomy. Jung, H. & Ralph, J. (Eds) (1993). Kelly, K. E. & Sinclair, B. (1989).

Page 285 in Forage Cell Wall Structure and Digestibility. 15 Mertens, D. 1977. Dietary fiber components: relationship to the rate and extent of digestion. The role of silage additives in making high quality silage.

Forage Cell Wall Structure and Digestibility presents the findings of more than 160 researchers from around the world who specialize in disciplines ranging from plant cell wall chemistry to digestibility. The authors review the various aspects of forage cell wall structure and digestibility and provide not only the latest information, but also a vision of future opportunities for research.

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The American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America are prominent international scientific societies headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin. The Societies specialize in peer-reviewed, high-quality science titles for a wide variety of audiences.Some of the many areas we publish in include:

-Soils Methods and Management-Crop Development and Improvement-Agrosystem Management and the Global Food Crisis-Environmental Conservation and Climatology

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