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Enzymatic Degradation of Insoluble Carbohydrates

Series: ACS Symposium Series Volume: 618

Edited By: J N Sadder and M H Penner

American Chemical Society

Hardback | Jan 1996 | #59747 | ISBN: 0841233411
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Thorough overview of the subject, with specific examples in various areas of the use of enzymes in the resource sector, in forestry and agriculture, for example.


Comparison of Enzymes Catalyzing the Hydrolysis of Insoluble Polysaccharides; Molecular Deformations and Lattice Energies of Models of Solid Saccharides; Glyosidases, Large and Small: T4 Lysozyme and Escherichia coli *b-Galactosidase; Barley Seed of *a-Glucosidases: Their Characteristics and Roles in Starch Degradation; Three-Dimensional Structure of an Endochitinase from Barley; Existence of Separately Controlled Plastic and Conserved Phases in Glycosylase Catalysis; A Mutant *a-Amylase with Enhanced Activity Specific for Short Substrates; Synergistic Interaction of Cellulses from Trichoderma reesei During Cellulose Degradation; Synergism Between Purified Bacterial and Fungal Cellulases; Cellulose-Binding Domains: Classification and Properties; Identification of Two Tryptophan Residues in Endoglucanase III from Trichoderma reesei Essential for Cellulose Binding and Catalytic Activity; Cellulomonas fimi Cellubiohydrolases; Thermostable *b-Glucosidases; Initial Approaches to Artificial Cellulase Systems for Conversion of Biomass to Ethanol; Enhanced Enzyme Activities onHydrated Lignocellulosic Substrates; Comparison of Protein Contents of Cellulase Preparations in a Worldwide Round-Robin Assay; Economic Fundamentals of Ethanol Production from Lignocellulosic Biomass; Cellulose Degradation by Ruminal Microbes: Physiological and Hydrolytic Diversity Among Ruminal Cellulolytic Bacteria; Induction of Xylanase and Cellulase in Schizophyllum commune; Simultaneous Production of Xylanase and Mannanase by Several Hemicellulolytic Fungi; Xylanase Delignification in Traditional and Chlorine-Free Bleaching Sequences in Hardwood Kraft Pulps; Paper Biopulping of Agricultural Wastes by Lentinus edodes; Possible Roles of Xylan-Derived Chromophores in Xylanase Prebleaching of Softwood Kraft Pulp

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