Extractives of wood Cellulose, hemicelluloses, and lignin primarily determine the chemical and physical properties of wood. In addition, a variety of secondary or extraneous components occur in the cell walls and cell lumina. Extraneous components that are at least somewhat readily soluble in neutral organic solvents or water are extractives. Some other extraneous components such
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