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In Echinodontium tinctorium the presence of the following enzymes was demonstrated: esterase, maltase, lactase, sucrase, raffinase, diastase, inulase, cellulase, hemicellulase, urease, rennet, and catalase.
The present paper is the third of a series, 1,~ of papers dealing with the enzyme action ill the wood-destroying fungi. It is the second of a serie# of papers to be issued by this Laboratory dealing with the decay of wood in the broadest sense. From the standpoint of parasitism, Polyporus volvatus is one of the most interesting of the wood-destroying fungi.… (More)
Circumstantial evidence is presented which indicates that Polyporus volvatus is parasitic. Cultures of Polyporus volvatus and Fomes igniarius may be obtained from the young sporophores by the tissue method. In Polyporus volvatus the presence of the following enzymes was demonstrated: esterase, maltase, lactase, sucrase, raffinase, diastase, inulase,… (More)