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Biologia Plantarum

, 7:158 | Cite as

Decomposition of beech wood and holocelulose by mycelium-free culture medium

  • Roman Sopko
  • Lubomír Jurášek
Brief Communication

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to compare some results achieved in the enzymatic decay of beech wood meal and holocelulose affected by mycelium-free culture filtrate of wood destroying fungusSchizophyllum commune. The fungus had been obtained from the Institute of Plant Physiology, J. E. Purkyně University, Brno.

Keywords

Xylose Beech Wood Wood Meal Forest Product Research Institute Chemical Linkage 
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Rozklad bukového dreva a holocelulózy bezmyceliálnym kultivačným roztokom

Разложение древесины и голоцеллюлозы бука безмицелиальным культивационным раствором

Abstract

Pôsobením bezmyceliálneho kultivačného roztoku hubySchizophyllum commune na drevnú múčku a holocelulózu, sa rozložilo 12% dreva a 32,6% holocelulózy. Relatívne zloženie cukrov v roztoku po enzymatickej hydrolýze nasvedčuje na možnost väzby lignin—xylan.

Abstract

Влиянием безмицелиального культивационного раствора грибаSchizophyllum commune на муку из древесины бука и на голоделлюлозу осушествлялось разлоьение 12% древесины и 32,6% голоцеллюлозы. Относительное содержание сахаридов в растворе после энзиматического гидролиза показывает на возможность связи лигнин—ксилан.

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Copyright information

© Institute of Experimental Botany 1965

Authors and Affiliations

  • Roman Sopko
    • 1
  • Lubomír Jurášek
    • 1
  1. 1.State Forest Products Research InstituteBratislava

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