Industrial Applications 2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11458-8_15
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“…Ligninolytic basidiomycetous fungi produce different combinations of extracellular oxidoreductive enzymes (laccases, manganese peroxidases, versatile peroxidases and lignin peroxidases), which can degrade natural biopolymers such as lignin and degrade recalcitrant xenobiotic synthetic compounds (Hatakka, 1994;Hatakka and Hammel, 2010). The growth of ascomycetes and basidiomycetes and their extracellular enzyme production are suitable indicators for the environmental health.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Ligninolytic basidiomycetous fungi produce different combinations of extracellular oxidoreductive enzymes (laccases, manganese peroxidases, versatile peroxidases and lignin peroxidases), which can degrade natural biopolymers such as lignin and degrade recalcitrant xenobiotic synthetic compounds (Hatakka, 1994;Hatakka and Hammel, 2010). The growth of ascomycetes and basidiomycetes and their extracellular enzyme production are suitable indicators for the environmental health.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some ascomycetes are able to produce extracellular oxidative enzymes (Palonen et al, 2003;Sánchez, 2009). Ascomycetes produce mainly hydrolytic enzymes, which degrade carbohydrates (Hatakka and Hammel, 2010;Rodriguez et al, 1996;Kluczek-Turpeinen et al, 2003). Because the variety of different dyes is enormous, only little is known about capabilities of lignocellulose degrading ascomycetes (molds) while the capabilities of lignin degrading wood and litter decomposing basidiomycetes to degrade synthetic dyes have gained interest during last decades (Wesenberg et al, 2003, Rodriguez Couto, 2009).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Non-selective white-rot fungi simultaneously degrade all cell wall components in xylem whereas certain whiterot fungi, such as Ceriporiopsis subvermispora, Physisporinus rivulosus and Heterobasidion annosum s.l. tend to remove lignin and hemicellulose in advance of cellulose (Blanchette, 1984;Hakala et al, 2005;Hatakka and Hammel, 2010).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Biodegradation of lignin is a co-metabolic process that requires access to additional carbon sources to provide the needed energy. Thus the white-rot fungal conversion of lignin in wood coincides with hydrolysis of the storage and structural cell wall polysaccharides by carbohydrate-acting such as cellulases and hemicellulases (Hatakka and Hammel, 2010;Lundell et al, 2010). The white-rot basidiomycete H. annosum species complex is the most important cause of root and butt rot of conifers in the Northern Hemisphere (Asiegbu et al, 2005).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…32,34 Liers et al 12 studied the decomposition of lignocellulose and the secretion of extracellular oxidoreductases in beech-wood (Fagus sylvatica) microcosms using 11 representative fungi of four different ecophysiological and taxonomic groups causing: (1) classic white rot of wood (e.g. Phlebia radiata), (2) 'nonspecific' wood rot (e.g.…”
Section: Lignocellulosic Material: Composition and Degradative Enzymesmentioning
confidence: 99%