FTIR as an easy and fast analytical approach to follow up microbial growth during fungal pretreatment of poplar wood with Phanerochaete chrysosporium.

  title={FTIR as an easy and fast analytical approach to follow up microbial growth during fungal pretreatment of poplar wood with Phanerochaete chrysosporium.},
  author={Iris Cornet and Nikolett Wittner and Giorgio Tofani and Serge Tavernier},
  journal={Journal of microbiological methods},
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The DIP has shown satisfactory results and could be an interesting alternative for biomass measurement in SSF, due to its ease and versatility.
Effect of tallow impregnation on moisture behavior and decay resistance of various wood species
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Plant Science Today
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FTIR spectroscopy for detection and identification of fungal phytopathogenes
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Fourier-Transform Infrared Microspectroscopy, a Novel and Rapid Tool for Identification of Yeasts
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Using Fourier transform IR spectroscopy to analyze biological materials
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Wood and Cellulosic Chemistry
Ultrastructure and formation of wood cell wall chemical composition and distribution structure of cellulose - recent developments in its characterization chemistry of lignin chemistry of cell wall
Comparative Analysis of Azo Dye Biodegradation by Aspergillus oryzae and Phanerochaete chrysosporium
Both A. oryzae and P. chrysosporium demonstrated considerable potential regarding the biodegradation of dyes in wastewater, which may contribute toward improving effluent treatment systems in the textile industry.