If one's diet contains too small a percentage of cellulose or pulp material, a tendency to constipation will be noticed.
In this respect, it is like the cellulose of fruits and vegetables.
Lustra-cellulose prepared by spinning a solution of cellulose in concentrated chloride of zinc.
(p. 61) The author continues his investigations of the oxidation of cellulose.
Another and very considerable portion enters into the composition of a substance closely related to cellulose.
(b) Yield of furfural from cellulose, oxy- and hydro-cellulose.
Chemically the mucilage is simply a modification of cellulose.
From the peat of lower depths no cellulose could be obtained.
The Desmid has a coat of cellulose, and a less graceful coat of cellulose encloses the Peridinean.
Of the cellulose esters the nitrates are still the only group in industrial use.
cellulose cel·lu·lose (sěl'yə-lōs', -lōz')
A complex carbohydrate that is composed of glucose units, forms the main constituent of the cell wall in most plants, and is important in the manufacture of numerous products, such as pharmaceuticals.