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Introduction

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This is a page for you to explore how wiki formatting works. Go crazy! Copy code from other pages and paste it here, to tinker with it. Try out your new templates. Modify the template at the top!

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Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier
 Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier
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Second level header

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  • This is a bulleted list.
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Test Adding Images

Add as a file 1: Thumbnail, right

Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier


Add as a file 2: Thumbnail, left, 400px

Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier


Add as a file 3: No thumbnail, middle, 400px

Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier

Add image 1: left

 Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier

Add image 2: right

Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier

Add image 3: thumbnail

 Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier

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Image Description Photo credit
Cotton linter 40x taperlabel.jpg Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier.
Mits 10x.jpg Photomicrograph of mitsumata fibers at 100x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" Stain. Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier.
Mits 40x.jpg Photomicrograph of mitsumata fibers at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" Stain. Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier.


Wood Fibers Description Cell types Architecture Image
Gymnosperm (non flowering) Conifers most important group, they are generally evergreen and called “softwood” by tradespeople [examples: pine, spruce, hemlock] Longitudinal tracheids (fibers), parenchyma Bordered pits and ray crossfield pitting on tracheids Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier
Angiosperm (flowering) Both monocotyledon and dicotyledon trees can be evergreen or deciduous, called “hardwood” by tradespeople [examples: oak, maple, poplar, red and black gum] Tracheids, vessels, parenchyma, vasi-centric tracheids Simple and scaliform perforation plates, spiral thickening and pitting patterns on vessels Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier
Example Example Example Example

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  • Fruit Fibers
cotton: seed hair from cotton boll, lint (long), linters, (short)
coir: hairs from husk of coconut palm
kapok: hairs from pod of kapok tree
cell types: fibers
architecture: cotton: collapsed lumen, convolutions



Add image 8 : file

Mitsumata.jpg
Mits 10x.jpg
Mits 40x.jpg

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Mitsumata plant cultivated in Japan. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Toshiaki Koseki. Mitsumata plant cultivated in Japan. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Toshiaki Koseki. Mitsumata plant cultivated in Japan. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Toshiaki Koseki. Mitsumata plant cultivated in Japan. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Toshiaki Koseki.

Numbered list

  1. Animal Skin/Leather
  2. Parchment
  3. Paper Bookbinding
  4. Cloth

Fourth Level header

Test out how references work! Let's quote another page! [1]

Now go look how it appears down in the Reference section.

References

  1. This is a page about book cloth, from the AIC Wiki.