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Suchbegriffe: microfibril angle, . Treffer: 8

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** Wang, X; Keplinger, T; Gierlinger, N; Burgert, I; Plant material features responsible for bamboo"s excellent mechanical performance: a comparison of tensile properties of bamboo and spruce at the tissue, fibre and cell wall levels..

Ann Bot. 2014; 114(8):1627-1635 WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU


** Burgert, I; Fruhmann, K; Keckes, J; Fratzl, P; Stanzl-Tschegg, S Properties of chemically and mechanically isolated fibres of spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.). Part 2: Twisting phenomena.

HOLZFORSCHUNG. 2005; 59(2): 247-251. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU


** Muller, U; Sretenovic, A; Gindl, WA; Teischinger, A Longitudinal shear properties of european larch wood related to cell-wall structure.

WOOD FIBER SCI. 2004; 36(2): 143-151. WoS


** Lichtenegger, H., Müller, M., Grabner, M., Wimmer, R., Fratzl, P. Determination of microfibril angles in and outside crossfields of Norway spruce tracheids.

Holzforschung, 57, 13-20 WoS


** Burgert, I., Keckes, J., Frühmann, K., Fratzl, P., Tschegg, S.E. A Comparison of Two Techniques for Wood Fibre Isolation - Evaluation by Tensile Tests on Single Fibres with Different Microfibril Angle..

Plant Biology, 4, 9-12 WoS

** Gindl, W. Comparing mechanical properties of normal and compression wood in Norway spruce: The role of lignin in compression parallel to the grain..

Holzforschung, 56, 395-401 WoS

** Wimmer, R., Downes, G.M., Evans, R., Rasmussen, G., French, J. Direct effects of wood characteristics on pulp and handsheet properties of Eucalyptus globulus..

Holzforschung, 56, 244-252 WoS


** Lichtenegger, H; Reiterer, A; Stanzl-Tschegg, SE; Fratzl, P Variation of cellulose microfibril angles in softwoods and hardwoods-a possible strategy of mechanical optimization..

J Struct Biol. 1999; 128(3):257-269 WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU

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