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tylose

[′tī‚lōs]
(botany)
A mass of parenchymal cells appearing somewhat frothlike in the pores of some hardwood trees.
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This can be probably due to the existence of filled vessels with tylose and surrounding by longitudinal parenchyma with long branches, in addition to the existence of impenetrable wood rays.
Principals: BASF, Celanese, Huntsman, Kronos, Lanxess, Lonza, Momentive, S E Tylose, Solvay, Unimin
* The Dow Chemical Company * FMC Biopolymer * Gabriel Performance Products * Hoffman Minerals * Invista * Lanxess * Lonza * Mississippi Lime * Nabaltec * Ranbar * Reichhold * SE Tylose * Specialty Minerals * U.S.
Principals: BASF, Celanese, Huntsman, Imerys, Kronos, Lonza, Momentive, S E Tylose, Solvay, Unimin
When root and shoot invasions were through wounds, hyphae were observed in all tissues including cortex, xylem, phloem and pith as well as varying degrees of tylose and gum occlusions at the early stages of infection.
* The Dow Chemical Company * FMC Biopolymer * Gabriel Performance Products * Invista * Lonza * Mississippi Lime * Ranbar * Reichhold * SE Tylose * Specialty Minerals * U.S.
Principals: BASF, Celanese, Pluntsman, Imerys, Kronos, Lonza, Momentive, S E Tylose, Solvay, Unimin
SE Tylose has appointed GMZ and EW Kaufmann as regional distributor partners for the Tylose product line of cellulose ethers.
Principals: BASF, Celanese, Huntsman, Kronos, Lonza, NYCO, Rhodia, SE Tylose, Southern Clay, Unimin
SE Tylose has appointed GMZ and EW Kaufmann to represent its rheology modifiers and viscosity control additives.
Polymeric thickeners (Aristoflex [R], Bozepole [R], Tylose [R])
(2012a) reported that microwave treatment on aleppo oak (Quercus infectoria) successfully eliminated the tyloses structure and improved air permeability.