Lignin formation Lignin is the second-most-abundant polymer in the plant kingdom after cellulose. It is present in vascular and ground tissues in load-bearing cells that have a secondary cell wall. The main functions of lignin are to adhere cells together, contribute to the strength and control the water content of the cell wall together with
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