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XAX1 from glycosyltransferase family 61 mediates xylosyltransfer to rice xylan
- D. Chiniquy, Vaishali Sharma, P. Ronald
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 1 October 2012
Insight is provided into grass xylan synthesis and how substitutions may be modified for increased saccharification for biofuel generation and how xylosyltransferase activity onto endogenous acceptors is demonstrated.
Loss of Cellulose Synthase-Like F6 Function Affects Mixed-Linkage Glucan Deposition, Cell Wall Mechanical Properties, and Defense Responses in Vegetative Tissues of Rice1[C][W][OA]
A weaker role of MLG in cell expansion than previously thought is underline, and a structural role for MLG in nonexpanding, mature stem tissues in rice is highlighted.
Arabinosylation of a Yariv-precipitable cell wall polymer impacts plant growth as exemplified by the Arabidopsis glycosyltransferase mutant ray1.
Cultivation of Spirulina platensis using NPK-10:26:26 complex fertilizer and simulated flue gas in sintered disk chromatographic glass bubble column
Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using methanolic fruit extract of Aegle marmelos and their antimicrobial potential against human bacterial pathogens
Fuel from Waste: A Review on Scientific Solution for Waste Management and Environment Conservation
- A. Bhatt, R. Bhatia, S. Thakur, Nidhi Rana, Vaishali Sharma, R. Rathour
- Environmental Science, Engineering
Millions of tons of solid wastes are produced as a result of various household, agricultural, and industrial activities around the globe every year, which if not managed and disposed properly can…
Role of Quarantine in Management of Transboundary Seed-Borne Diseases
Enhanced C-5 sugar production from pine needle waste biomass using Bacillus sp. XPB-11 mutant and its biotransformation to bioethanol
Xylan, second most abundant natural polysaccharide after cellulose, has tremendous applications in various industrial processes. There are several xylan degrading catalysts available, but, still,…
Bioremediation of Simulated Textile Effluent by an Efficient Bio-catalyst Purified from a Novel Pseudomonas fluorescence LiP-RL5
High catalytic efficiency of purified LiP from P. fluorescens LiP-RL5 suggests its utility as a potential candidate for biodegradation of toxic dyes in the industrial effluent, which could be successfully utilized for wastewater treatment at commercial level.