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Observation of microscopic swelling behavior of the cell wall

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Murata, K., Masuda, M. Observation of microscopic swelling behavior of the cell wall. J Wood Sci 47, 507–509 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00767907

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Key words

  • Swell anisotropy
  • Cell wall
  • Sputter etching
  • Confocal laser microscope
  • Digital image correlation