2009
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-40422009000600043 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Recebido em 16/7/08; aceito em 27/1/09; publicado na web em 3/7/09 RELEVANCE OF LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT COMPOUNDS PRODUCED BY FUNGI AND INVOLVED IN WOOD BIODEGRADATION. Over the last decade, evidences have been shown that the wood biodegradation by fungi is not only a result of the action of their enzymatic machinery but also of various low molecular weight non-enzymatic compounds, especially in fungi that promote brown and white decay, which in nature are the major wood decaying microorganisms. The present revie… Show more

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“…Despite this, 40% of the isolates were able to transform Azure B from blue to pink. These same isolates showed a strong reaction over the syringaldazine, suggesting that laccase might be involved in the transformation of Azure B (Arantes and Milagres 2009). In a previous study (Sin et al 2002), a pair of strains (Periconia sp.…”
Section: Plate Screening For Degrading Enzymes Of Plant Cell Wall Commentioning
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“…Despite this, 40% of the isolates were able to transform Azure B from blue to pink. These same isolates showed a strong reaction over the syringaldazine, suggesting that laccase might be involved in the transformation of Azure B (Arantes and Milagres 2009). In a previous study (Sin et al 2002), a pair of strains (Periconia sp.…”
Section: Plate Screening For Degrading Enzymes Of Plant Cell Wall Commentioning
“…The aforementioned findings coupled with more recent evidence (reviewed elsewhere- Arantes and Milagres 2009) show that plant cell wall deconstructing enzymes are too large to penetrate into the intact nonmodified wood cell wall. Earlier works (Blanchette et al 1997;Flournoy et al 1991) supported the hypothesis of the involvement of smaller agents in the initiation of brown-rot decay.…”
Section: Fenton Chemistrymentioning
“…Low molecular weight peptides or phenolate-type compounds produced by 'brown rot' wood-decaying fungi (mainly Basidiomycota) are thought to mediate the non-hydrolytic/nonenzymatic attack of the lignocellulose matrix [71-73]. This attack is thought to increase pore size, consequently enhancing the diffusion of cellulases within the substrate [71-78].…”
Section: Other Non-hydrolytic Proteinsmentioning