Lignin biodegradation by the ascomycete Chrysonilia sitophila.

@article{Rodriguez1997LigninBB,
  title={Lignin biodegradation by the ascomycete Chrysonilia sitophila.},
  author={Johanna M. Rodriguez and Andr{\'e} Gil Ferreira Ferraz and Raquel Fernandes Pupo Nogueira and Irene Ferrer and Elisa Esposito and Nelson C{\'a}rdenas Dur{\'a}n},
  journal={Applied biochemistry and biotechnology},
  year={1997},
  volume={62 2-3},
  pages={
          233-42
        }
}
The lignin biodegradation process has an important role in the carbon cycle of the biosphere. The study of this natural process has developed mainly with the use of basidiomycetes in laboratory investigations. This has been a logical approach since most of the microorganisms involved in lignocellulosic degradation belong to this class of fungi. However, other microorganisms such as ascomycetes and also some bacteria, are involved in the lignin decaying process. This work focuses on lignin… CONTINUE READING
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