noncellulosic

noncellulosic

(ˌnɒnsɛljʊˈləʊzɪk)
n
a compound that does not contain cellulose
adj
not composed of or made from cellulose
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HD patients (n = 932) were being treated with standard bicarbonate dialysis with noncellulosic membrane filters of various types.
Dow will provide hypromellose and hypromellose acetate succinate, as well as options to tailor these materials, and next-generation cellulosic and noncellulosic polymers for enhanced performance.
A case study of the Formosan subterranean termite, Coptotermes formosanus (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) transported with a noncellulosic commercial carrier in south Mississippi.
flavefaciens have the ability to degrade noncellulosic polysaccharide components of plant cell walls because they produce a variety of other polysaccharidases including xylanase and pectinase (Flint et al.
Some authors (16) discovered that wood products containing elevated amounts of lignin and natural waxes produce improved dispersion and adhesion with nonpolar hydrocarbon polymers, and, as previously mentioned, sodium hydroxide treatment resulted in the reduction in noncellulosic contents such as lignin, hemi-celluloses, and waxes, impairing adhesion of the sawdust particles to the polypropylene.
The complex network of noncellulosic carbohydrate metabolism.
The makeup of noncellulosic polysaccharides also differs considerably between primary and secondary walls in dicots (Grabber et al.
More than 58,383,000 pounds of noncellulosic manufactured fibers were made in 1997 (Fiber Organon 1998).
The two layers are cemented together with noncellulosic, mostly pectic, wall material.
With their high relative strength and resistance to degradation caused by most acidic, alkaline and other potentially damaging substances, noncellulosic synthetic fibers have been the favored raw materials for geotextile end uses.
Manufacturers of cellulosic fibers often produced noncellulosics as a secondary product, but noncellulosic fiber plants generally did not produce cellulosic fibers.