Lignin biodegradation and ligninolytic enzyme studies during biopulping of Acacia mangium wood chips by tropical white rot fungi.

@article{Liew2011LigninBA,
  title={Lignin biodegradation and ligninolytic enzyme studies during biopulping of Acacia mangium wood chips by tropical white rot fungi.},
  author={Chia Yen Liew and Ahmad Husaini and Huzefa Hussain and Sepiah Muid and Kang Chiang Liew and Hairul Azman Roslan},
  journal={World journal of microbiology & biotechnology},
  year={2011},
  volume={27 6},
  pages={1457-68}
}
White rot fungi are good lignin degraders and have the potential to be used in industry. In the present work, Phellinus sp., Daedalea sp., Trametes versicolor and Pycnoporus coccineus were selected due to their relatively high ligninolytic enzyme activity, and grown on Acacia mangium wood chips under solid state fermentation. Results obtained showed that manganese peroxidase produced is far more compared to lignin peroxidase, suggesting that MnP might be the predominating enzymes causing lignin… CONTINUE READING

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