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Facts and Curiosities 12 . Oct . 2016
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Chemical composition of cork

• suberin (45%) - main component of the cell walls, responsible for the elasticity of the cork;• lignin (27%) - insulating compound;• polysaccharides (12%) - components of the cell walls that help define the texture of the cork;• tannins (6%) - polyphenolic compounds responsible for the colour;• seroids (5%) - hydropho…

Case Studies 17 . Dec . 2020
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26 . Jul . 2017
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Case Studies 30 . May . 2019
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Facts and Curiosities 12 . Oct . 2016
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Besides cork, what other parts of the cork oak are used and for which purpose?

Nothing is wasted from the cork oak, all its components have a useful ecological or economic purpose:• The acorn, which is the fruit of the cork oak, is used to propagate the species, as animal fodder and in the manufacture of cooking oils;• The leaves are used as fodder and a natural fertiliser;• The material from tre…

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