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Electron-dense particles in wood decayed by Ganoderma applanatum

L. Murmanis

Electron-dense particles in wood decayed by Ganoderma applanatum

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Products Laboratory] in [Madison, Wis.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wood -- United States -- Deteriortation.,
  • Ganoderma.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementL. Murmanis, J.G. Palmer and T.L. Highley.
    ContributionsPalmer, J. G., Highley, Terry L., Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 313-321 :
    Number of Pages321
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22399237M


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Applanatum. Introduction. Electron-dense particles having diameters from 3 to 7 nm have been found to be associated with Electron-dense particles in wood decayed by Ganoderma applanatum book and decayed wood.

Wilcox et al. (), in a study of pentachlorophenol-treated wood decayed by the Electron-dense particles in wood decayed by Ganoderma applanatum book fungi. Lenzites trabea. and. Poria monticola.

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Summary. Hemlock sawdust samples degraded by Ganoderma applanatum showed no electron-dense particles either in hyphae or in wood cell walls after Electron-dense particles in wood decayed by Ganoderma applanatum book 4 fixation. After KMnO 4 fixation at early stage of attack, particles were in hyphae, hyphal sheath and wood cell walls.

In samples prepared by a cytochemical technique which localizes cellulase activity at the ultrastructural level Cited by: 4. Get this from a library. Electron-dense particles in wood decayed by Ganoderma applanatum. [L Murmanis; J G Palmer; Terry L Highley; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)].

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Electron dense Particles in Wood Decayed by Ganoderma Applanatum. Murmanis. Format Type: PDF, ePub, Mobi. Download: Read Online: @article{osti_, title = {Cytochemical localization of cellulases in decayed and nondecayed wood}, author = {Murmanis, L and Highley, T L and Palmer, J G}, abstractNote = {Sawdust from undecayed western hemlock wood and from wood previously decayed by the brown-rot fungus Poria placenta or by the white-rot fungus Ganoderma applanatum was incubated with commercial cellulase from.

Wood decayed by P. placenta, with or without cellulase incubation, and treated by the cytochemical test showed uniform distribution of electron dense particles throughout the cell walls.

In wood decayed by G. applanatum, more» cellulase degradation was similar to that in undecayed wood. Vol Issue 4, ISSN: (Print) (Online) In this issue OriginalPaper. Electron-dense particles in wood decayed by Ganoderma applanatum.

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Hemlock sawdust samples degraded by Ganoderma applanatum showed no electron-dense particles either in hyphae or in wood cell walls after aldehyde/OsO4 fixation.

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PubMed Central. Beezley, Belinda B.; Gruber, Peter J.; Frederick, Sue Ellen. Introduction. Biodegradation of lignocellulose by fungi is of interest both because of the need for decay prevention in wood and wood products and because of the potential utility of degradative processes in biotechnological applications (Goodell, ; Paszczynski and Crawford, ).This paper serves as a review of current and past work with metal chelators isolated from white and brown Cited by: One of natures most important biological processes is the degradation oflignocellulosic materials to carbon dioxide, water and humic substances.

This implies possibilities to use biotechnology in the pulp and paper industry and consequently, the use of microorganisms and their enzymes to replace or supplement chemical methods is gaining interest. In a 4 months trial under laboratory conditions at room temperature, C.

disseminatus decayed the wood from lateral ash roots by %, wood from sinkers by %, sapwood from the butt by % and. MTT stained a proportion of the spherical bodies that we regard as the Electron Dense Bodies (EDBs), and the cytoplasm of freshly prepared endospores or ones that were stored at 4 °.

Slow-freezing at °C, exposure to 10% formalin, or % sodium azide of. Wood and Tree Fungi Biology, Damage, Protection, and Use With 74 Figures, 12 in Colors, and 49 Tables Professor Dr. Olaf Schmidt Universität Hamburg Zentrum Holzwirtschaft Abteilung Holzbiologie Leuschnerstraße 91 Hamburg Germany [email protected].

Using these ready decayed (HEMMILA, long-lifetime fluorophores in combination with a suitable acceptor molecule such as the fluorescent protein allophycocyanin, energy transfer experiments can also be performed in a time resolved mode (KOLB,et al., ; MATHIS, ), resulting in very long Forster distances up to 90 A (POPEet al., DDT ).