Gene expression in Eucalyptus branch wood with marked variation in cellulose microfibril orientation and lacking G-layers
• In response to gravitational stresses, angiosperm trees form tension wood in the upper sides of branches and leaning stems in which cellulose content is higher, microfibrils are typically aligned closely with the fibre axis and the fibres often have a
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