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Cellulose biosynthesis by enzymes from the hypocotyl of the mung bean (Phaseolus aureus), as judged by the extraction technique of Updegraff (1969)
The numbers refer to the chapters concerned. 1. Current knowledge on cellulose biosynthesis was summarised. The section is divided into four main parts concerned with; A. the importance of cellulose; B. the structure of cellulose; C . cellulose biosynthesis, and; D. the cellular location of cellulose biosynthesis. Where relevant, cellulose biosynthesis in the cellulosic bacterium Acetobacten xylinum and algal systems was included. 2. This chapter presents the rationale behind this work and thedoi:10.5525/gla.thesis.71553 fatcat:sk6w7dskabdclhofuk3e4yg32q