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Sarkanen, in "Lignins" (K. V. Sarkanen and C. H. ), pp. 165- 240. Wiley (Interscience), New York, 1971. 4 E. Adler, WoodSci. Technol. 11, 169 (1977). 5 K. V. Sarkanen and H. L. Hergert, in "Lignins" (K. V. Sarkanen and C. H. ), pp. 43-94. Wiley (Interscience), New York, 1971. 6 K. C. B. Wilkie, Adv. Carbohydr. Chem. 36, 215 (1979). 7 G. O. Aspinall, in "The Biochemistry of Plants" (J. ), Vo|. 3, pp. 473-500. Academic Press, New York, 1980. s T. Higuchi, in "Plant Carbohydrates II" (W. Tanner and F.

Department of Agriculture, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wisconsin, 1967. 3~ W. J. Connors, S. Sarkanen, and J. L. McCarthy, Holzforschung34, 80 (1980). [3] 14C-LABELED LIGNINS 29 unmodified lignins extracted from powdered plant tissues) may be prepared from [14C]lignin-labeled lignocelluloses. These radiolabeled preparations are very useful in studies of microbiological lignin degradation and transformation. Here are summarized some of the experimental questions that have been approached using radiolabeled natural lignins and lignocelluloses.

L. Hergert, J. Org. Chem. 25, 405 (1960). ~4K. V. Sarkanen, in "Lignins: Occurrence, Formation, Structure, and Reactions" (K. V. Sarkanen and C. H. ), p. Wiley (Interscienee), New York, 1971. 15j. C. Nieholson, J. J. Meister, D. R. Patil, and L. R. Field,Anal. Chem. 56, 2447 (1984). [5] ACID-PRECIPITABLE POLYMERIC LIGNIN 35 360 nm; such changes were not found for fractions eluted before the peak maximum (B. Monties, unpublished results). These results emphasize the necessity to consider carefully the isolation procedure of dioxane lignin fractions in relation to qualitative differences in their molecular and macromolecular properties.

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