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Plant Growth Regul. Nature 208:406. doi: 10.1038/208406a0, Ku, H., Wang, H., Pattarachaiyakoop, N., and Trada, M. (2011). 20, 226–243. Direct insights on flax fiber structure by focused ion beam microscopy. In addition, due to the geometry of the seed drills, the distances between the stems are very different depending on the axis considered. For flax, the base temperature is equal to 5°C, as it is considered to be the zero vegetation for this plant (i.e., the temperature below which no growth occurs) (Bert, 2013), whereas it is usually 10°C for most crops. Irish J. Agric. Crop Sci. Tensional stress generation in gelatinous fibres: a review and possible mechanism based on cell-wall structure and composition. Figure 8. doi: 10.1007/BF01282161, Anderson, D. B. Grassi, G., and Ranalli, P. (1999). Mol. 2.2 Leaf fibres (sisal, abaca (banana), palm) In general the leaf fibres are coarser than … Freeman & Company. Plant Stems: Physiology and Functional Morphology. Compos. The resulting semi-finished product can be the. Scheme inspired from Bert (2013) and Evert and Eichorn (2013). Moreover, for nearly 100 years, it has been the subject of a varietal selection that has made it a plant with a strong technical potential but also a great source of remuneration for farmers (Jankauskiene, 2014). doi: 10.1007/s003440010027, Muir, A. D., and Westcott, N. D. (2003). Isolation and partial characterisation of the non-cellulosic polysaccharides of flax fibre. Plant Physiol. doi: 10.1017/S0021859698005917, Fowler, N. L. (1984). Plant Physiol. lini Schlecht) in a doubled haploid population of Linum usitatissimum L. Euphytica 101, 287–291. In addition, the term “hemicelluloses” used in Table 2 is sometimes replaced by “neutral polysaccharides” in literature, to echo back the “pectic” polysaccharides that are pectins (Rihouey et al., 2017). Science 179, 1201–1204. 41, 360–377. Finally, the plant motion is defined by several plant parameters, namely, its natural resonance frequency, its flexural stiffness and modal mass, a reference damping, and a modal displacement shape (de Langre, 2008). Flax is one of the oldest textile fibers. 93, 1477–1489. doi: 10.1080/07060669109500932, Raupach, M. R., Finnigan, J. J., and Brunet, Y. However, a more recent type of breeding is currently expected to go beyond selective breeding and overcome the plateau beyond which selective breeding is not able to increase yields anymore (Peng et al., 2009; Evert and Eichorn, 2013); it is referred to as “plant biotechnology” and involves genetic engineering such as recombinant DNA technology (Wielgus et al., 2012; Evert and Eichorn, 2013). Figure 6. The slenderness of flax is then highlighted through a comparison with herbaceous plants and trees. 20, 149–160. Interface 13, 20160550. doi: 10.1098/rsif.2016.0550, Alméras, T., and Fournier, M. (2009). Polym. Linen fiber is collected from the flax fiber.It is a natural, cellulosic, bast and multi cellular fiber. 189, 390–401. For the short flax fiber‐PP composite, a steady decrease of the life cycle CO 2 emissions can be observed with the increasing fiber volume fraction. Rev. Bot. Immunocytochemical characterization of early-developing flax fiber cell walls. doi: 10.1016/0926-6690(94)90039-6, Vera, C. L., Duguid, S. D., Fox, S. L., Rashid, K. Y., Dribnenki, J. C. P., and Clarke, F. R. (2012). Indeed, on the contrary, reasonably high plants are desired to provide higher yield, as fibers are extracted from the stem. (2005). Figure 9. Math. From sports equipment to furniture, bio-composite material is building the next generation of products. This second section includes an overview of the influence of the varietal selection on plant characteristics, together with a more extensive review of the changes inducing an improved lodging resistance. Smith, V. C., and Ennos, A. R. (2003). Phloem fibres as motors of gravitropic behaviour of flax plants: level of transcriptome. Integr. doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-19091-9_11, Muday, G. K. (2001). doi: 10.1080/07352689.2011.616096, Gorshkova, T., Chernova, T., Mokshina, N., Ageeva, M., and Mikshina, P. (2018). Finally, fibers are considered mature when the cumulative GDD reaches from 950 to 1100°C. Changes in hemp secondary fiber production related to technical fiber variability revealed by light microscopy and attenuated total reflectance Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. Moreover, increasing the sowing density decreases the number of capsules, and consequently seeds, per plant (Casa et al., 1999). 47, 1499–1507. However, the shortening induced by a mechanical perturbation is not necessarily the adopted strategy, as, for example, wheat plants do not exhibit significant changes in stem height under the influence of wind sway (Crook and Ennos, 1996). doi: 10.1134/S1021443710030076, Yan, L., Chouw, N., and Jayaraman, K. (2014). Directional gravity sensing in gravitropism. Seeding rate and row spacing affect flax yields and weed interference. (2006). Transcriptional and hormonal regulation of gravitropism of woody stems in populus. Ford et al. Plant Pathol. More commonly for plants, slenderness is defined as the ratio between the maximal height and the basal diameter of the stem (Romberger et al., 1993; Niklas, 1994). doi: 10.1007/s00438-007-0241-1, Roach, M. J., Mokshina, N. Y., Badhan, A., Snegireva, A. V., Hobson, N., Deyholos, M. K., et al. 57, 342–355. Rev. Protoplasma 213, 235–245. At the end of water immersion ageing, the total moisture content in Type I sample was 21.79%. Planta 203, S63–S68. doi: 10.1093/aobpla/plv061, Snegireva, A. V., Ageeva, M. V., Amenitskii, S. I., Chernova, T. E., Ebskamp, M., and Gorshkova, T. A. (2016). In addition, it is also known that some cultivars were selected to provide a balance between seed and fiber yields (Foster et al., 1998). Carbon Fiber Flax Linen Core Sheet - 1/16" x 24" x 48" FDPLFLXC02T2448. doi: 10.1093/aob/mcq227, Paul-Victor, C., Vacche, S. D., Sordo, F., Fink, S., Speck, T., Michaud, V., et al. Mater. (2010b). Philolos. More recently, started about 200 years ago, breeders have been crossing plants and have been selecting new varieties to provide improved plants; this process is called varietal selection and could be referred to as “selective breeding” (Evert and Eichorn, 2013). In the same way as for food crops, one of the major goals of the varietal selection of hemp is to increase the plant yields, mainly in terms of fiber content of the plant but also in seeds and woody core (van der Werf et al., 1996). doi: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1986.tb02412.x, Tiver, N. S. (1942). Ind. Display. A Contain. Special Paper: A global biome model based on plant physiology and dominance, soil properties and climate. One can notice that the approximate composition of the Gn-layer is not well detailed in literature. Rev. (1996). polyesters and vinyl … J. Bot. Regarding the link between the stem properties, the fiber content and the lodging stability, Dorst (1953) affirms that breeders could find a favorable combination of lodging resistance (or high stem strength) and fiber content if the two parameters are seemed as independent ones. Sci. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-313X.1993.tb00007.x, Casa, R., Russell, G., Lo Cascio, B., and Rossini, F. (1999). Sect. This latter has successfully selected flax varieties exhibiting high fiber yields, good disease resistance and a worthy stability toward lodging, while ensuring plant characteristics (height and diameters) remains adapted to existing agricultural machinery and scutching machines. Plant Physiol. 56, 296–317. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4684-1206-2_4, Jaffe, M. J., Telewski, F. W., and Cooke, P. W. (1984). In this way, the sowing course could be adapted according to the major wind direction, as is, for example, the case for seaside crops. J. Histochem. doi: 10.1007/BF00025193, Biging, G. S., and Dobbertin, M. (1995). Effect of plant interaction on wind-induced crop motion. Latv. 92, 118–133. Euphytica 140, 121–131. A. C. Humphrey, and T. W. Secomb (Vienna: Springer), 213–219. Bot. Widespread mechanosensing controls the structure behind the architecture in plants. 77, 197–202. Short fibers of a few millimeters in length and well individualized can be used to process biocomposites too, through extrusion or injection routes (Doumbia et al., 2015). 58, 989–1003. Ann. Part B Eng. Ann. Mater. The following section shortly reviews the interactions between wind and crop canopies [excluding sparse fields, i.e., the plant spacing is in the range of plant height or more (Raupach et al., 1996), which is not the case for flax] in order to investigate the influence of wind-induced movements on flax lodging. Studies of the flax plant 2. “Use of plant growth regulators in arable crops: survey and outlook,” in Progress in Plant Growth Regulation. Polym. In addition, a reasonably low sowing density is suitable to diminish the risk of lodging if not compromising the fiber yield (Easson and Long, 1992), especially due to the linked stem diameter increase, ensuring a better stability of stems. 68, 24–31. Conversely, exploring the development of flax fibers and parameters influencing the plant mechanical properties (at the whole plant or fiber scale) could be an interesting way to control and/or optimize fiber performances, and to a greater extent, flax fiber-based products. Bot. Choisir et décider lin fibre. J. Bot. Appl. Impregnated fibre bundle test for natural fibres used in composites. Since its domestication started from neolithic times about 10,000 years ago (Quillien, 2014), this plant has been cultivated for its fibers, leading to its designation of “fiber crop” or “fiber plant.” Flax fibers have been used as textile raw material, composing cords and weaving yarn and later on more fashionable garments or high-quality fabric upholstery. In the second section, a state of the art of the varietal selection of several main industrial crops is given. doi: 10.1201/9780203437506, Neenan, M., and Spencer-Smith, J. L. (1975). Euphytica 154, 165–179. New Phytol. 204, 747–764. doi: 10.1146/annurev.fluid.32.1.519, Finnigan, J. J. 94, 912–925. Even though plants are in fact never ideal columns, the Euler column formula provides insights into the relations between variables (being much more complex in actual biological perspectives); it is a reasonable approximation for plant stems, which are free at their top and are anchored at their base by roots. doi: 10.1017/S002185960300354X, Berry, P. M., Spink, J. H., Sterling, M., and Pickett, A. Russ. Plant “muscles”: fibers with a tertiary cell wall. Elastic criteria impose limits on biological proportions, and consequently on metabolic rates. Flax scorch. Thus, cultivars with low secondary fiber content should be privileged by breeders. Furthermore, the snap point is simply identified as “the point where a difference in load is needed to break the stem in tensile” (Gorshkova et al., 2003b), due to a major change into fiber thickening and consequently stem bending stiffness, with much softer stem above the snap point. In addition, this latter type of wood, is characterized by a specific G-layer having a high cellulose content, with highly crystalline cellulose microfibrils exhibiting an MFA close to 0° in a free-lignin matrix composed of non-cellulosic polysaccharides and glycosylated proteins (Lafarguette et al., 2004; Mellerowicz and Gorshkova, 2012; Chang et al., 2014). (2017) suggest that a part of this gravitropic reaction actually occurs within the fiber cell wall itself. doi: 10.1016/S1386-1425(97)00178-9, Esau, K. (1942). doi: 10.1177/002215540104901206, Hoffmann, G. (1992). Sci. If the plants are able to adapt to a natural mechanical perturbation, they also do so toward artificial solicitations. (2004). This dry flax fiber has great drape ability and is suitable for reinforcing composite products with a slight dampening feature. Exact Appl. (2015). The origin of tensions in cellulose microfibrils is nevertheless not known with certainty, and different hypotheses were reviewed by Alméras and Clair (2016). Based on a recent article focusing on mature fibers (Rihouey et al., 2017), it is possible to describe the next additional layer as the major thick layer denominated as S2 SW layer or preferentially G-layer because of its specific properties. Genet. The tissues composing the stem can be separated in three basic tissue systems: epidermal, vascular, or ground (Romberger et al., 1993). Bot. Multi-scale shear properties of flax fibre reinforced polyamide 11 biocomposites. However, little is known about the mechanisms of flax lodging, but the development of strategies to avoid the phenomenon requires an understanding of the factors influencing plant vulnerability to lodging. Am. The snap point: a transition point in Linum usitatissimum bast fiber development. Curr. J. Theor. J. Agron. doi: 10.1016/S0065-2113(04)84005-7, Berry, P. M., Sylvester-Bradley, R., and Berry, S. (2007). Ann. Cell wall thickening is a much longer process than cell elongation, as it lasts weeks until plant maturity, i.e., it can take up to 60 days (Gorshkova et al., 2003b; Ageeva et al., 2005). 95, 655–663. doi: 10.1093/annbot/44.6.731, Forest, L., Padilla, F., Martínez, S., Demongeot, J., and San Martín, J. Growth stages of this plant are quite well described in literature, probably thank to the industrial potential of flax fibers. Biol. In this way, as nitrogen is known to advantage plant growth and to increase the yield (Easson and Long, 1992; Sultana, 1992), a rather low nitrogen content in soil, as long as providing a good compromise with the fiber yield, is appropriate to decrease the risk of lodging (Dimmock et al., 2005). Posture control and skeletal mechanical acclimation in terrestrial plants: implications for mechanical modeling of plant architecture. Manuf. (B) Scheme illustrating the different stages of the fiber formation along a flax stem according to the localization of the snap point. J. Bot. A recent article (Goudenhooft et al., 2017) illustrates the general increase of straw and fiber yields since the beginning of the varietal selection, in the case of France. (2017). 12, 104–110. Individual-tree radial growth in a subtropical broad-leaved forest: the role of local neighbourhood competition. Sci. However, the formation of secondary fibers will not be detailed in the present work for the reasons mentioned above. (2015) highlights the role of fibers in the support of the plant. 28, 268–278. Eng 126, 146–151. (1999). A comparison of root and stem lodging risks among winter wheat cultivars. (C) Response to a mechanical stimulus (plants in a field are visible on the left picture whereas they are grown in a greenhouse on the right picture). doi: 10.1016/j.indcrop.2017.06.010, Bourmaud, A., Morvan, C., Bouali, A., Placet, V., Perré, P., and Baley, C. (2013). (2017). Finally, interestingly, the presence of a flexible zone between the apex of the plant and the snap point during the growth of a flax stem could modify the turbulence induced by the wind at the top of the canopy and why not create a transitional regime more favorable to the plant stability. Living plants have the ability to respond to a wide range of changes in their environments and they can regulate their patterns of growth in accordance with the stimuli. Crops Prod. doi: 10.1115/1.1688773, Domenges, B., and Charlet, K. (2010). The gravitropic response of poplar trunks: key roles of prestressed wood regulation and the relative kinetics of cambial growth versus wood maturation. Evidence of the domestication history of flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) from genetic diversity of the sad2 locus. No datasets were generated for this study. A comparative study of the response of the roots and shoots of sunflower and maize to mechanical stimulation. In the present section, the influence of both cultural and environmental conditions on plants is reviewed, with a focus on the case of flax. Sci. In addition to farmers’ experience, the different stages of intervention during the flax growing cycle are also determined taking into account the cumulative temperature received by the plant after sowing, also called cumulative growing degree-day (Prentice et al., 1992). No use, distribution or reproduction is permitted which does not comply with these terms. This material is compatible with epoxy and vinylester resi Intrusive growth of sclerenchyma fibers. 77, 204–208. (1979). doi: 10.1002/jsfa.2740620102, McMahon, T. (1973). 19, 153–163. A more reliable evaluation of hemp THC levels is necessary and possible. Planta 114, 143–157. 13, 26007. doi: 10.1088/1748-3190/aaa6b7, Barnett, J. R., and Bonham, V. A. (2010a). I. Flax Fiber: A rt of producing Linen from flax plant was known earlier than 2500 BC, though flax production was introduced to the industry in 12 th century. J. Sci. Induction of tension wood with the antiauxin 2,3,5-tri-iodobenzoic acid. In addition, if the meteorological conditions are hardly controllable, the influence of the variety on fiber composition and performances is of greater interest, as it relies on the mastered expertise of varietal selection. (1995). Root lodging is due to the failure of the root anchorage and it is preferentially undergone over stem lodging for example by rice (Oladokun and Ennos, 2006). “A possible mechanism for sensing crop canopy ventilation,” in Sensors and Sensing in Biology and Engineering, eds F. G. Barth, J. doi: 10.1016/j.matlet.2014.05.115, Mahboob, Z., El Sawi, I., Zdero, R., Fawaz, Z., and Bougherara, H. (2017). doi: 10.1007/978-94-011-8070-2, Chang, S. S., Salmén, L., Olsson, A. M., and Clair, B. In the case of a relatively dense and homogeneous canopy, such as a forest or a flax crop field, the interactions between wind and plants (more specifically the whole canopy) are of great interest, particularly as regards lodging induced by wind (Berry et al., 2004). Composites. doi: 10.1006/anbo.1993.1095, Niklas, K. J. Last but not least, the shape of the fibers along their length is highly modified, as fibers exhibit “sausage-like” shape with a deposition of callose, a polysaccharide generally present in injured cell walls (Snegireva et al., 2010), in the fiber thinner zones. WHAT IS FLAX COMPOSITE. To a larger extent, such investigations would also provide food for thought about the adaptation of flax to current climate changes, including global warming, in order to preserve the cultivation of this outstanding industrial crop. Asymmetric expression of a poplar ACC oxidase controls ethylene production during gravitational induction of tension wood. It is a natural, cellulosic, multi-cellular bast fiber. Thus, this selection is an artificial process that would not occur naturally. Studies of the flax plant 1. J. Russ. Hi-tech innovation based on centuries-old craftsmanship: that is flax composite in a nutshell. Res. Am. 6 Ekoa "Flax" Fiber Lightweight, even lighter than carbon fiber Vibration damping properties Wide range of uses Exceptional strength Ekoa® fabrics are plant and bio-based renewable resources for ecological, higher performance solutions. doi: 10.1093/jxb/erl074, Patten, A. M., Jourdes, M., Brown, E. E., Laborie, M.-P., Davin, L. B., and Lewis, N. G. (2007). Indeed, the resistance to lodging is increased for plants having a slow elongation, i.e., exhibiting a short internode length in the basal 18 cm and a low fiber length-to-diameter ratio. New York NY: W.H. doi: 10.1023/A:1004650126890, Bourmaud, A., Gibaud, M., and Baley, C. (2016). Mediavilla, V., Jonquera, M., Schmid-Slembrouck, I., and Soldati, A. Flax fiber is 10–100 cm in length. Am. J. Appl. doi: 10.2307/2435518, Alix, S., Goimard, J., Morvan, C., Baley, C., Schols, H. A., Visser, R. G. F., et al. All along the paper, both fibers morphology and mechanical properties are discussed, in constant link with their use for composite materials reinforcement. This phenomenon of changes in stiffness is directly related to the second stage of fiber formation, namely, cell wall thickening, happening essentially below the snap point (Gorshkova et al., 2003b). Meteorol. (2009). doi: 10.1007/s10681-006-9284-3, Bert, F. (2013). 12, 77–79. The mentioned remodeling consists of the modification or trimming of the RG I having long galactan chains by specific β-(1;4)-galactosidase (Roach et al., 2011). Badel, E., Ewers, F. W., Cochard, H., and Telewski, F. W. (2015). 35, 1366–1377. Therefore, the presence of the snap point on the natural frequency and the motion of the plants would be interesting parameters to investigate. These characteristics are of great interest as they can be correlated to the mechanical performances of flax fibers (Lefeuvre et al., 2014a). Thus, flax is an herbaceous plant, a category which refers to plants expressing either a lack of or a poor organ secondary growth. Evaluation of components of partial resistance to rust in flax. doi: 10.1016/j.jtbi.2008.10.011, Andème-Onzighi, C., Girault, R., His, I., Morvan, C., and Driouich, A. Mechanosensing and thigmomorphogenesis, a physiological and biomechanical point of view. doi: 10.1016/S1161-0301(99)00037-4, Catling, D., and Grayson, J. Under different growth conditions (such as temperature or amount of rainfall) (Lefeuvre et al., 2014b; Du et al., 2015) or different cultivation methods (such as sowing density) (Bourmaud et al., 2016), the growth pattern of flax is modified. If lodging appears closer to FM, fibers would be already well thickened; in this case, a negative direct impact on the fiber properties would be limited, but would still involve greater susceptibility toward diseases and harvesting problems. The lodging phenomenon is of crucial importance, as it can greatly impact the process of flax harvesting together with fiber yields (Vera et al., 2012). 192, 151–158. Space Res. 144, 1166–1180. Table 1. Quality of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) stems as a raw material for paper. Stem and root characteristics associated with lodging resistance in four winter wheat cultivars. Current status and challenges of rice production in China. 10:411. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2019.00411. Bot. (1996). doi: 10.1104/pp.111.172676, Robitaille, F., and Gauvin, R. (1999). Mechanical analysis of the bending behaviour of plant stems. The scaling of plant height: a comparison among major plant clades and anatomical grades. Fiber elongation continues with intrusive growth, when the rate of fiber longitudinal growth exceeds that of neighboring cells still growing by symplastic growth; in this case, the fiber cell forces its way in between other cells and both of its ends form a “knee” being the characteristic of the beginning of the intrusive growth (Figure 3) (McDougall et al., 1993; Ageeva et al., 2005). Dedicated to technical applications composition as well for that build procedure for identifying textile bast fibres using microscopy flax. Pouliquen, O., Forterre, Y. flax fiber composite Soga, K., and Moulia, B English and... 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