Lignocellulose



[lig-noh-sel-yuh-lohs] /ˌlɪg noʊˈsɛl yəˌloʊs/

noun, Botany.
1.
any of various compounds of lignin and comprising the essential part of woody cell walls.
/ˌlɪɡnəʊˈsɛljʊˌləʊs; -ˌləʊz/
noun
1.
a compound of lignin and cellulose that occurs in the walls of xylem cells in woody tissue

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