Aromatic metabolism of filamentous fungi in relation to the presence of aromatic compounds in plant biomass.

@article{Mkel2015AromaticMO,
  title={Aromatic metabolism of filamentous fungi in relation to the presence of aromatic compounds in plant biomass.},
  author={Miia R M{\"a}kel{\"a} and Mila Marinovi{\'c} and Paula Nousiainen and April J M Liwanag and Isabelle Benoit and Jussi OT Sipil{\"a} and Annele I. Hatakka and Ronald P de Vries and Kristiina S Hild{\'e}n},
  journal={Advances in applied microbiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={91},
  pages={63-137}
}
The biological conversion of plant lignocellulose plays an essential role not only in carbon cycling in terrestrial ecosystems but also is an important part of the production of second generation biofuels and biochemicals. The presence of the recalcitrant aromatic polymer lignin is one of the major obstacles in the biofuel/biochemical production process and therefore microbial degradation of lignin is receiving a great deal of attention. Fungi are the main degraders of plant biomass, and in… CONTINUE READING

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