Rapid Assessment of Vessel Morphology by Pyrolysis-Gas Chromatography
Tree breeding has become more important as fixation sources of atmospheric CO2, since the global warming has been called a serious environmental problem. Therefore, the selection of elite trees possessing significant CO2 absorption ability together with excellent pulp properties is strongly needed to accelerate both atmospheric CO2 absorption and paper recycling rate since stronger papers can keep enough paper strength after repetitive recycling.
KeywordsMolar Yield Vessel Wall Thickness Show Correlation Coefficient Vessel Morphology Lignin Fragment
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