One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Lignification and suberization was believed to play a role in the defensive responses to the entry of pathogenic microorganisms through a wounded part by developing physical barriers.’
- ‘The roles in defence include oxidation of hydroxy-cinnamyl alcohols into free radical intermediates, phenol oxidation, cross-linking of polysaccharides and of extensin monomers, lignification and suberization.’
- ‘These changes have been mostly investigated over a long-term period and are clearly associated with profound anatomical adaptations including the suberization and lignification of cell walls.’
- ‘It has been shown that salinity promotes suberization of the hypodermis and endodermis and that the Casparian strip is developed closer to the root tip than in non saline roots.’
- ‘Increased rates of suberization and lignification in the exodermis may lead to a greater resistance to the entry of materials into the root apoplast.’
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