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Lignin

Lig´nin   Pronunciation: lĭg´nĭn
n.1.(Bot.) A substance characterizing wood cells and differing from cellulose in its conduct with certain chemical reagents.
Noun1.lignin - a complex polymer; the chief non-carbohydrate constituent of wood; binds to cellulose fibers to harden and strengthen cell walls of plants
polymer, wood
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lightsomeness
Lightweight
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Lightwood
Lighty
Lign-aloes
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Ligneous
Ligneous marble
ligneous plant
Ligniferous
Lignification
lignified
Ligniform
Lignify
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Ligniperdous
Lignireose
Lignite
Lignitic
Lignitic group
Lignitiferous
Lignoceric
Lignone
lignosae
Lignose
lignum
Lignum rhodium
lignum vitae
Lignum-vitae
Ligroin
Ligsam
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