Possible biochemical roles of oxalic acid as a low molecular weight compound involved in brown-rot and white-rot wood decays

@inproceedings{Shimada1997PossibleBR,
  title={Possible biochemical roles of oxalic acid as a low molecular weight compound involved in brown-rot and white-rot wood decays},
  author={M. Shimada and Yasumi Akamtsu and Toshiaki Tokimatsu and Kayoko Mii and Takefumi Hattori},
  year={1997}
}
Accumulation of oxalic acid in low nitrogen and high nitrogen nutrient cultures of brown-rot and white-rot fungi are compared with the previously reported findings on fungal production of oxalic acid. The enzymatic formation of oxalic acid from oxaloacetate and glyoxylate in brown-rot and white-rot fungi is described in comparison with other microorganisms. Possible biochemical roles of oxalic acid are discussed in relation to brown-rot and white-rot wood decays. In the brown-rot wood decay… CONTINUE READING

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