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Lignin Biodegradation

Microbiology, Chemistry, and Applications

by T. Kent Kirk

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Published by Crc Pr I Llc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Timber & wood processing,
  • Lignin,
  • Phytochemistry,
  • Wood Science And Technology,
  • Biodegradation

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8260624M
    ISBN 100849354595
    ISBN 109780849354595

    The book also examines practical topics related to technologies for lignin and ultra-pure lignin recovery, activated carbon, carbon fiber production and materials, and addresses the biological conversion of lignin with fungi, bacteria or enzymes to produce chemicals, along with chemical, catalytic, thermochemical and solvolysis conversion methods. Current methods for bioethanol production utilise a chemical/physical pre-treatment step, in order to remove lignin and hemicellulose, and allow access to the cellulose content of the plant most common method used for softwood pre-treatment is acid-catalysed steam pre-treatment ( o C, % SO 2).This is an energy-intensive process and reduces the carbon efficiency of biofuel.


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Interest of microbial degradation of lignin. Lignin is a complex aromatic polymer, Lignin Biodegradation book recalcitrant towards both chemical and biological degradation, characteristic of the cell wall of vascular plants (Fig. 1).Around 20% of the total carbon fixed by photosynthesis in land ecosystems is incorporated into lignin, being the second main constituent of plant biomass after by:   Lignin Biodegradation: Microbiology, Chemistry, and Potential Applications.

DOI link for Lignin Biodegradation: Microbiology, Chemistry, and Potential Applications and Potential Applications book. Volume I. By T.K. Kirk. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 18 Lignin Biodegradation book Pub. location Boca Raton. Imprint CRC Author: T.K. Kirk.

Biosynthesis and Biodegradation of Wood Components is a comprehensive account of the biosynthesis and biodegradation of wood and wood components. Topics covered range from the localization of polysaccharides and lignins in wood cell walls to the metabolism and synthetic function of cambial tissue, along with the function of cell organelles in.

Biodegradation of lignin Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Botany 73(S1) March with 4, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Ian D Reid.

Resistance of plant biomass biodegradation is related directly to the presence of lignin, one of the most recalcitrant natural compounds (Martínez et al., ). According to the authors, in nature, lignin mineralization is an enzyme-dependent process, which is catalyzed by complex ligninolytic enzyme systems composed of extracellular Cited by: Degradation of Lignin.

less than 10%) of the units derive from p-coumaryl alcohol. Under-standing of the biodegradation of lignin has not progressed to the point where the significance of variation of lignin composition is known, but it is unlikely that the Lignin Biodegradation book and Lignin Biodegradation book involved in an-File Size: KB.

Lignins are nature’s aromatic polymers and are the second most abundant organic constituent of the biosphere next to cellulose.

Lignification mainly occurs in the walls of terrestrial vascular plants, mainly in the secondarily thickened cells of supportive or conductive tissues, which thus acquire novel properties. This new volume of Advances in Lignin Biodegradation book Research gives a special emphasis to.

Kirk TK and Shimada M () Lignin biodegradation: the microorganisms involved and the physiology and biochemistry of degradation by white-rot fungi.

In: T Higuchi (ed) Biosynthesis and Biodegradation of Wood Components (pp –).Cited by: Lignin is a heterogeneous, phenolic and polydisperse biopolymer which resists degradation due to its aromatic and highly branched structure. Lignin is the most abundant renewable source of aromatic molecules on earth.

The valorization of lignin could therefore provide a sustainable alternative to petroleum refineries for the production of valuable aromatic : Stefan Schoenherr, Mehrdad Ebrahimi, Peter Czermak. Lignin biodegradation and transformation. Ronald L. Crawford. Wiley, - Science - pages. 0 Reviews.

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pounds and synthetic lignin (dehydrogen-ation polymerizate, DHP), are commonly used in microbiological studies. Lignin Biodegradation book results obtained using these substrates are not easy Lignin Biodegradation book extrapolate to natural conditions, and thus little is known Lignin Biodegradation book happens when micro-organisms, such as white-rot fungi, degrade lignin in wood.

Lignin Biodegradation book Biodegradation of LigninFile Size: 2MB. The main mechanism of biodegradation applied by the white-root fungus is Lignin Biodegradation book lignin degradation system of enzymes (Leonowicz et al., ). The idea of this research came from the process of. Lignin biodegradation and transformation Hardcover – by Ronald L Lignin Biodegradation book (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ronald L Crawford Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Price: $ Lignin: Occurrence, Biogenesis and Biodegradation Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology Vol.

(Volume publication date June )Cited by: The book describes chemical pulp bleaching, oxidative and reductive lignin-retaining bleaching, and lignin biodegradation.

It also examines the application of microorganisms and the enzymes they produce in the manufacturing of chemical and mechanical : $ Additional Physical Format: Online version: Crawford, Ronald L., Lignin biodegradation and transformation. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC)   Abstract. During the last few decades, research on lignin has focused on its biosynthesis, its possible applications, and its biodegradation.

In order to better evaluate and understand the composition and possible uses of this material, this article reviews many of the most recent discoveries in lignin research and discusses several other aspects of lignin: its distribution and function in Cited by: Biodegradation of lignin in a compost environment: a review M.

Tuomela a, M. Vikman b, A. Hatakka a,*, avaara b a Department of Applied Chemistry and Microbiology, University of Helsinki, P.O. Box 56 (Biocenter 1), FIN Helsinki, Finland b VTT Biotechnology and Food Research, P.O. BoxFIN VTT, Finland Received 16 November ; received in revised form 8 May ; accepted.

This book records the proceedings of international seminar on lignin biodegradation and provides a state-of-the-art summary of research. It reviews the lignin structure and morphological distribution in plant cell walls, and explores the microbial catabolism of relevant aromatics.

Lignin is a generic name for the complex aromatic polymers that are major components of vascular plant tissues. Lignin is abundant; in terms of weight it is probably second only to cellulose among renewable organic materials, and in terms of energy content it might well be the single most abundant.

an international seminar on lignin biodegradation was organized and was held May 9 to 11, The book describes chemical pulp bleaching, oxidative and reductive lignin-retaining bleaching, and lignin biodegradation. It also examines the application of microorganisms and the enzymes they produce in the manufacturing of chemical and mechanical pulp.

The book closes with chapters on photodegradation and chromophore formation and the. compoundproduced bywood-destroying fungi, in lignin bio-degradation.

Results of the present study indicate a role for oxalate in lignin biodegradation by white-rot fungi. Lignin is an aro-matic polymer composed of phenylpropanoid subunits. It makes up over 20% ofthe biomass renewable carbon. Its biodegradation is broughtaboutpredominantly Cited by: The bacterial catabolism of lignin.

Lignin is a heterogeneous aromatic polymer that comprises ~25% of the land-based biomass. It occurs in tight association with cellulose and hemicellulose to form lignocellulose, the rigid, recalcitrant material in woody plants.

Lignocellulose is touted as a sustainable source of energy and biomaterials. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Lignin biodegradation and transformation by Crawford, Ronald L.,Wiley edition, in EnglishPages: Purchase Lignins, Volume 61 - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  Biopolymers Online with Editor in Chief Alexander Steinbüchel provides a comprehensive overview of the occurrence, metabolism, and applications of all important biopolymer classes. This reference work treats processes for biotechnological production, isolation from organisms and modification, material properties and technical uses in areas such as chemical and food industries.

Fungal biodegradation and enzymatic modification of lignin 39 Int J Biochem Mol Biol (1) shown that P. chrysosporium produces several LiP and MnP isoenzymes but no laccase [37]. Correspondingly, the genome of P.

chrysospo. Biodegradation Fungi Ligninolytic enzymes Lignocellulose Lignin is the most structurally complex carbohydrate consisting of various bi-logically stable linkages. It has been estimated that lignin constitutes % of the earth’s non-fossil organic carbon. Lignin degradation plays an important role in carbon recycling and biofuel Size: KB.

This book records the proceedings of an international seminar on lignin biodegradation held May 9 to 11, and provides a state-of-the-art summary of research.

It reviews the lignin structure, morphological distribution in plant cell walls and the microbial catabolism of relevant aromatics.

Lignin is one of the most abundant plant-derived feedstock on earth and qualifies as a renewable material. However, lignin is widely recognized as waste byproduct of the cellulosic ethanol and pulp and paper industry. How to properly modify lignin and develop it into functional polymers is a huge.

Biosynthesis and Biodegradation of Wood Components is a comprehensive account of the biosynthesis and biodegradation of wood and wood components.

Topics covered range from the localization of polysaccharides and lignins in wood cell walls to the metabolism and synthetic function of cambial tissue, along with the function of cell organelles in Book Edition: 1. Biodegradation is defined as the biologically catalyzed reduction in complexity of chemical compounds [ 1 ].

Indeed, biodegradation is the process by which organic substances are broken down into smaller compounds by living microbial organisms [ 2 ].

When biodegradation is complete, the process is called "mineralization". However, in most cases Cited by:   Lignin peroxidases (LiP)(1,2-bis(3,4-dimethoxyphenyl)propane-l, 3-diol:hydrogen-peroxide oxidoreductases, EC ) LiPs are heme-containing glycoproteins and play a central role in the biodegradation of the cell wall constituent, lignin [].LiPs catalyze the H 2 O 2 dependent oxidative depolymerization of a variety of non-phenolic lignin compounds (diarylpropane), β-O-4 non Cited by: This book covers all aspects of hemicelluloses and lignin including structure, biosynthesis, extraction, biodegradation, and conversion.

The book also looks ahead to the socioeconomic and environmental value of biobased industry and emphasizes an understanding of the potential of lignocellulosic biomass.

An international seminar on lignin biodegradation was held May 9 to 11,at the US Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wisconsin. This book records the proceedings of that seminar and is meant to provide a state-of-the-art summary of research. Each speaker/author was asked to summarize his.

/ Lignin biodegradation with fungi, bacteria and enzymes for producing chemicals and increasing process efficiency. Production of Biofuels and Chemicals from Lignin. editor / Zhen Fang ; Richard L.

Smith. Singapore: Springer, pp. (Biofuels and Biorefineries).Cited by: 2. @article{osti_, title = {Biosynthesis and biodegradation of wood components}, author = {Higuchi, T.}, abstractNote = {A textbook containing 22 chapters by various authors covers the structure of wood, the localization of polysaccharides and lignins in wood cell walls, metabolism and synthetic function of cambial tissue, cell organelles and their function in the biosynthesis of cell wall.

Book: Lignin biodegradation and transformation. pp pp. ref pp. of Abstract: The degradation of lignin lignin Subject Category: Chemicals and Chemical Groups see more details is studied as a natural biological process and as an important industrial by: Book Description.

This book records the proceedings of international seminar on lignin biodegradation and provides a state-of-the-art summary of research. It reviews the lignin structure and morphological distribution in plant cell walls, and explores the microbial catabolism of relevant aromatics.

The Effect of Lignin on Biodegradability Tom Richard. Plant cell wall material is composed of three important constituents: cellulose, lignin, and hemicellulose. Lignin is particularly difficult to biodegrade, and reduces the bioavailability of the other cell wall constituents.

Lignin-carbohydrate bonds are pdf to exist in higher molecular weight lignin fractions that are water insoluble.

Softwood LCCs are distinct in that their carbo­ hydrate portions consist of galactomannan, arabi­ noO-methylglucuronoxylan, and arabinogalac­ tan linked to lignin at benzyl positions (Azuma et.Through Lignin Biodegradation to Lignin-based Plastics A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA BY Yun-Yan Wang IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Advisor: Simo Sarkanen January The development of Synthetic 14 C-labelled lignins ebook rapid radiorespirometric determination of lignin degradation under controlled conditions, and a series of experiments using this assay led to improved understanding of the cultural and nutritional conditions under .