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Assessment of 30 white rot basidiomycetes for selective lignin degradation

Assessment of 30 white rot basidiomycetes for selective lignin degradation

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Published by Forest Service in [Washington, D.C.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lignin -- Biodegradation -- Testing.,
  • Basidiomycetes -- Testing.,
  • Forest litter -- Biodegradation -- Testing.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lewis Otjen ... [et al.].
    ContributionsOtjen, Lewis., United States. Forest Service.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 343-349 :
    Number of Pages349
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17661790M

    Impact of protein blocking on enzymatic saccharification of bagasse from sugarcane clones Authors: R.I.S.L. Azar, T. Morgan, M.H.P. Barbosa, V.M. Guimarães, E. Ximenes, M.R. Ladisch Journal: Biotechnology and Bioengineering. Book Chapter: Abstract: Lignin plays an important functional and structural role in plants, but also contributes to the recalcitrance of lignocellulosic biomass to. Waste Manag. ; 30(4) WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU ** Fackler, K; Schwanninger, M Polysaccharide degradation and lignin modification during brown rot of spruce wood: a polarised Fourier transform near infrared study. J NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSC. ; 18(6): WoS FullText FullText_BOKU.

    "Lignin biodegradation by selective white rot fungus and its potential use in wood biomass conversion"; in: " ACS Symposium Series , Materials, Chemicals and Energy from Forest Biomass ", American Chemical Society, , S. - You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

    The versatile nature of the commercial mushroom, Pleurotus ostreatus (Jacq.: Fr.) Kumm., provides basis for continued exploration of its biochemical processes during solid state fermentation on various lignocellulosic biomass as potential substrates. As a fungal organism, P. ostreatus feeds on lignocellulose by secreting various extracellular enzymes responsible for breaking down this organic Author: Nompumelelo Sibanda, Oziniel Ruzvidzo, Cuthbert J. Zvidzai, Arnold B. Mashingaidze, Chrispen Murungw. NATO/CCMS Pilot Study, Phase II Final Report (Appendix IV) 24 Combined Remediation Technique for Soil Containing Organic Contaminants: Fortec® 73 25 Slurry Reactor for Soil Treatment 75 26 Treatment of Creosote-Contaminated Soil (Soil Washing and Slurry Phase Bioreactor) 77 27 Soil Washing and Chemical Dehalogenation of PCB-Contaminated Soil 79 28 Use of White-Rot Fungi for.


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Assessment of 30 white rot basidiomycetes for selective lignin degradation Download PDF EPUB FB2

Otjen L, Blanchette RA () Assessment of 30 white-rot basidiomycetes for selective lignin degradation. Holzforschung – Google Scholar Park JSB, Wood PM, Davies MJ, Gilbert BC, Whitwood AC () A kinetic and ESR investigation of Iron(II) oxalate oxidation by hydrogen peroxide and dioxygen as a source of hydroxyl by: 1.

Introduction. White-rot fungi are the most efficient degraders of lignin (Kirk et al., ) and are probably also the most suitable organisms to be utilized in an industrial process that requires delignification (Messner and Srebotnik, ).White-rot fungi are not only capable of producing lignin-degrading enzymes, but are also able to penetrate the substrate to transport these enzymes Cited by: Assessment of 30 White Rot Basidiomycetes for Selective Lignin Degradation.

Article. ones to efficiently degrade polysaccharides encased in lignin. White-rot basidiomycetes begin by. Otjen L, Blanchette R, Effland M, Leatham G () Assessment of 30 white rot basidiomycetes for selective lignin degradation. Holzforschung 41(6)– CrossRef Google Scholar Patel H, Gupte A () Optimization of different culture conditions for enhanced laccase production and its purification from Tricholoma giganteum : Gautam Anand, Sangeeta Yadav, Dinesh Yadav.

Based on primary component analysis, three different types of degradation were found during the fermentation of P. nigra by 18 white rot fungi: type A represents selective delignification; types B. Assessment of 30 White Rot Basidiomycetes for Selective Lignin Degradation; Book Review; Personalia; Flüssige Kohlenwasserstoffe aus lignocellulosischen Roh- und Reststoffen Teil 1: Extraktive Teilverflüssigung von Holzresten; Influence of Carbohydrates and Related Compounds on the Alkaline Cleavage of the ß-Aryl Ether Linkage in a Phenolic Cited by: Enzymes Involved in Lignin Degradation.

Lignin degradation by white rot basidiomycetes involves a set of enzymes called lignin modifying enzymes (LMEs). Most LMEs are secreted as multiple isoforms by many different species of white rot fungi under varying by: 9.

The white-rot basidiomycetes efficiently degrade all wood cell wall polymers. Generally, these fungi simultaneously degrade cellulose and lignin, but certain organisms, such as Ceriporiopsis subvermispora, selectively remove lignin in advance of cellulose degrdn.

However, relatively little is known about the mechanism of selective : Gijs van Erven, Jianli Wang, Peicheng Sun, Pieter de Waard, Jacinta van der Putten, Guus E. Frissen. Hatakka A. Lignin-modifying enzymes from selected white-rot fungi: production and role from in lignin degradation.

FEMS (Fed. Eur. Microbiol. Soc.) Microbiol. Rev. ; – [Google Scholar] Hatakka A., Lundell T., Hofrichter M., Maijala P. Manganese peroxidase and its role in the degradation of wood : Adarsh Kumar, Ram Chandra. Although the earliest definitive fossil record of basidiomycete white rot is from Triassic conifer wood, an earlier evolution of fungal-mediated lignin degradation is indicated by Devonian-to-Permian woods infiltrated with fungi and possessing damage consistent with white rot decay or other forms of fungal degradation of lignified tissue (61 Cited by: Extensive sampling of basidiomycete genomes demonstrates inadequacy of the white-rot/brown-rot paradigm for wood decay fungi.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Reprint. Arenz B. E., R. Blanchette and R. Farrell. White-rot fungi (Basidiomycetes) are the only known organisms capable of degrading lignin extensively to C0 2 and H 2 0 in a pure culture.

These organisms are able to degrade all the major wood polymers: cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin (Gold and Alie, ).Cited by:   Diversity and decay ability of basidiomycetes isolated from lodgepole pines killed by the mountain pine beetle E. Son, a J.-J. Kim, b Y.W. Lim, c T.T.

Au-Yeung, a C.Y.H. Yang, a C. Breuil a a Department of Wood Science, The University of British Columbia, Main Mall, Vancouver, BC Cited by: 8. Selective white-rot fungi, which lack the ability to degrade cellulose efficiently, cause extensive delignification of wood.

Ascomycetes and Deuteromycetes may cause soft-rot decay that leads to softening of wet wood. Cavity formations in wood cell walls are most characteristic for this decay by: 6. Lignicolous fungi include ascomycetes and basidiomycetes and a large number of classes and orders within each of these groups.

Most of these taxa include both lignicolous and terrestrial species. Rather than taxonomy, the keys focus on the biological activity holding this otherwise disparate group of fungi together: their ability to degrade.

Progress 01/01/86 to 12/30/86 Outputs Mass screening of fungal isolates for selective degradation of lignin from wood without loss of cellulose has revealed a number of excellent isolates. The use of these isolates for biotechnological advances in the pulp and paper industry as agents for biopulping and biobleaching, as well as for releasing.

Full Article. Natural Bio-Based Products for Wood Coating and Protection against Degradation: A Review. Carmen-Alice Teacă, a, * Dan Roşu, a Fănică Mustaţă, b Teodora Rusu, a Liliana Roşu, a Irina Roşca, a and Cristian-Dragoş Varganici a Preservation of wood structures against degradation represents an old, and however, a new challenge.

To favor the multiplication of Basidiomycetes, wood humidity must vary from 30% to %, the optimum being between 60% and %.

Basidiomycetes are aerobic fungi located in the first 5 cm of soil and in close contact with RCW in a moist environment. Due to its complexity, the degradation of lignocellulosic waste is a great challenge for sustainable development.

The generation of lignocellulosic waste from various agro-based industries indicated the magnitude of problems including pulp and paper mill (effluent –m 3 /ton and solid –kg/ton), sugarcane molasses-based distilleries (effluent 15lit/1 lit alcohol production and 7 Author: Adarsh Kumar, Ram Chandra.

Van and Purves (26, 27) examined delignification of a number of sub- strates via liquid ammonia. Employing temperatures and pressures up to 10QOC and p.s.i., only small amounts of material were extracted from the softwood spruce but 25 to 30% of the lignin was removed from the hard- wood's beech, birch, and maple, and 52% from rye straw.

The recalcitrant plant lignins form 5%, 11%, and 27% of the dry biomass of ryegrass, alfalfa [] and Norway spruce timber, respectively [].In the lignocellulose scaffold of wheat straw, portions of 11–23% lignin [3,4,5] protect the crystalline cellulose fibrils (33–40%) and hemicelluloses (21–26%) from microbial decay by the formation of intimate structural links [6,7].Cited by: 7.Hatakka, A.

Lignin-modifying enzymes from selected white-rot fungi: Production and role from in lignin degradation. FEMS Microbiol. Rev.13, –These enzymes can contribute significantly in degradation of lignocellulosic material by converting long chain polysaccharides into their 5- and 6-carbon sugar components [42, 43].

Although lignin resists attack by most microorganisms, basidiomycetes, white-rot fungi are able to degrade lignin efficiently [44, 45].Cited by: 2.