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Pinus taeda wood chips were biotreated with Ceriporiopsis subvermispora under solid-state fermentation for periods varying from 15 to 90 days. Milled wood lignins extracted from sound and biotreated wood samples were characterized by wet-chemical and spectroscopic techniques. Treatment of the lignins by derivatization followed by reductive cleavage (DFRC)(More)
Eucalyptus is a species of great interest for the pulp and paper industry. Worldwide there are 20 million hectares planted and within Chile a total of 700.000 ha, being the main species grown for short-fibre pulp Eucalyptus glo-bulus, which is extensively used for pulping due to its fast growth, high pulp yield, and good fiber properties. Genetic programs(More)
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