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Biopulping, biobleaching and treatment of kraft bleaching effluents with white-rot fungi

Karl-Erik Eriksson

Biopulping, biobleaching and treatment of kraft bleaching effluents with white-rot fungi

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Published by Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, WI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wood-decaying fungi,
  • Wood -- Deterioration

  • Edition Notes

    StatementK.-E. Eriksson and T.K. Kirk
    ContributionsKirk, T. Kent, Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13612350M

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Biopulping, biobleaching and treatment of kraft bleaching effluents with white-rot fungi by Karl-Erik Eriksson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Biopulping, biobleaching and treatment of kraft bleaching effluents with white-rot fungi. [Karl-Erik Eriksson; T Kent Kirk; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)].

Biopulping, biobleaching and treatment of kraft bleaching effluents with white-rot fungi book and treatment of kraft bleaching effluents with white-rot fungi. Moo-Young. M., Ed), Vol. 4, In: Kraft pulp and papermaking properties of Phanerochaete chrysosporium degraded red oak.

Wood Fiber Sci.,Cited by: The Sterling Publishing Group Plc., London. 3 Eriksson, K.-E. and Kirk. T.K. () Biopulping, biobleaching and treatment of kraft bleaching effluents with white-rot fungi.

In: Comprehensive Biotechnology: The Principles, Applications and Regulations of Biotech- Cited by:   Biopulping is the fungal pretreatment of wood chips for the production of mechanical or chemical pulps. Its concept is based on the ability of a restricted number of white-rot fungi to colonize and degrade selectively the lignin in wood, thereby leaving cellulose relatively intact.

Biodegradation by White-Rot Fungi. biobleaching and treatment of kraft bleaching effluents with white-rot fungi Biopulping is defined as the treatment of wood chips with lignin-degrading.

Eriksson KE, Kirk TK () Biopulping, biobleaching and treatment of kraft bleaching effluents with white-rot fungi. In: Moo-Young M (ed) Comprehensive biotechnology: the principals, applications and regulations of biotechnology in industry, agriculture and medicine, vol 4.

Pergamon Press, New York, pp – Google ScholarCited by: 6. Request PDF | Biobleaching | Use of enzymes in pulp bleaching has attracted considerable attention in recent years and achieved interesting results.

Enzymes of the | Find, read and cite all the. Hatakka, J. Ellmén, in Progress in Biotechnology, 1. Introduction. Treatment of wood chips by a lignin degrading white-rot fungus combined with mechanical pulping is a process known as biopulping or biomechanical pulping. The process has proven its potential in large studies in the USA and is now under commercalization [1].Biopulping combined with chemical pulping, i.e.

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.

A method for producing paper pulp for use in the making of paper from eucalyptus wood chips. The method comprises inoculating wood chips with white rot fungi, fermenting the wood chips so as to cause a propagation of the fungus through the wood chips and allowing the fungus to modify the lignin, and pulping the degraded wood chips by a kraft by: 9.

ERIKSSON, K.-E. () A biotechnological approach to pulp bleaching. In: Enzyme systems for lignocellulose degradation (Ed. M.P. Coughlan) pp. Biopulping Applied Science, London ERIKSSON, K.-E. and KIRK, T.K. () Biopulping, biobleaching and treatment of kraft bleaching effluents With white-rot fungi.

In: Comprehensive Biotechnology. Laccases have also found interesting applications in biopulping and biobleaching of lignocellulosic materials for paper manufacturing.

Sigoillot and co-workers investigated the pulp bleaching efficiency of P. cinnabarinus laccase expressed in two distinct. Cloning of a Family G Xylanase Gene from the Extremely Thermophilic Bacterium Dictyoglomus thermophilum and Activity of the Gene Product on Kraft Pulp D.

Morris M. Gibbs. This suggests that the fungi that react positively with these dyes present a wider range of ligninolytic enzymes, making them potential candidates for the treatment of effluents from the textile industry, biopulping, kraft pulp bleaching or the bioremediation of organopollutants, among others (Freitag and Morrell, ; Okino et al., The book provides the most up-to-date information available on various biotechnological processes useful in the pulp and paper industry.

The first edition was published incovering a specific biotechnological process or technique, discussing the advantages, limitations, and prospects of the most important and popular processes used in the industry.

PATENTS/ PUBLICATIONS PATENTS 1. "A Novel Method of Immobilization of Whole Cells of Yeast or Bacteria", Indian Patent No.

(App. /DEL/88, accepte. [] Fackler K., Gradinger C., Hinterstoisser B., Messner K., Schwanninger M., Lignin degradation by white rot fungi on spruce wood shavings during short-time solid-state fermentations monitored by near infrared spectroscopy, Enzyme and Microbial Technology,39, Cited by: White-Rot Fungi Due to their ability to degrade lignin as well as polysaccharides found in cellulose and hemicellulose, white-rot fungi have the potential not only to act as a biological pre-treatment but also to degrade all the major components of lignocellulose to yield a valuable product.

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Spencer Alicia L. Ragout de Spencer. 2 Environmental Microbiology. 3 M E T H O D S I N B I O T E C H N O L O G Y John M. Walker, SERIES EDITOR Microbial Processes and Products, edited by Jose Luis Barredo, Fungi from the Pleurotus genus secrete different enzymes, including laccases, manganese peroxidases, versatile peroxidases, glycosyl hydrolases, peptidases, and esterases/lipases.

This genus contains white-rot fungi, which degrade the components of plant materials. The secreted enzymes have great application in the biotechnology field. The endo Libertini et al. chrysosporium (EG many of the fungi produce multiple EGs. on-off fashion which make them well-suited to less orderly or partially shielded cellulose parts.

EG IV/Cel61A and EG V/Cel45A) whereas three EGs were isolated from white-rot fungus P. generating new cellulose chain ends for CBH action. GH   Received: 17 September, Accepted: 29 September, Invited Review Dynamic Biochemistry, Process Biotechnology and Molecular Biology © Global Science Books Environmental Biotechnology: Achievements, Opportunities and Challenges Maria Gavrilescu * “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi, Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Protection.

A cellulase and a xylanase enzyme preparation were assessed for their potential to enhance the fiber characteristics of both mechanical and kraft pulps derived from Douglas-fir wood chips.

The effects of cellulase treatments on the pulp properties were dependent on enzyme dosage and resulted in improvements in handsheet density and smoothness, pulp freeness and fiber coarseness. However, Author: Shawn Denton Mansfield.

navorsingsverslag research report - WWW0 download Report Comments. Titelei Titelei FORSCHUNG International Journal of the Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Technology of Wood Editor Günther Stegmann, Germany Advisory Board J. Bauch, Germany A.J. Bolton, Great Britain C.-L.

Chen, U.S.A K.-E. Eriksson, U.S.A. Fengel, Germany J. Gierer, Sweden W. Glasser, U.S.A. Haider, Germany T. Higuchi, Japan W. Kauman, France G. Biopulping, biobleaching and treatment of kraft bleaching effluents with white-rot fungi. In: Moo- Young, M. (Ed.), Comprehensive Biotechnology in Industry, Agri.

Biopulping Asadi - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. Bleaching kraft pulps with steel sponge: a novel carrier for the immobilisation of the white-rot oxidative enzymes and alkaline hydrogen peroxide.

Tappi J fungus Trametes hirsuta for decolourisation of textile dyes. ;–9. Bioresour Technol c;– Biopulping is the fungal pretreatment of wood chips for production of mechanical or chemical pulps. Its concept is based on the ability of a restricted number of white-rot fungi to colonize and degrade selectively the lignin in wood, thereby leaving cellulose relatively intact.

Waste treatment of kraft effluents by white-rot fungi. SciTech Connect. Kondo, R. The residual lignin in unbleached kraft pulp is commonly removed to afford a fully bleached pulp through a multi-stage bleaching process consisting of chlorination and alkaline-extraction stages.

While for the variation of the thickness of the chip, the lowest amount of selulose and the highest amount of degradation of lignin is find at 3 mm. Keyword: Kraft process, Biopulping, Trametes Versicolor fungi sp, of lignin.-selulose, degradation.

Similar stabilization of Lip by calcium ions was also observed [62]. Distribution of Lip among white-rot fungi seems to be restricted to certain consortia of white-rot fungi and it may serve to detect the Lip activity among others with low pH value around for further survey of Lip activities [21,45,46].

The Reaction Mechanism : Introduction. Laccase (benzenediol:oxygen oxidoreductase; p-diphenol oxidase EC ), a blue multi copper oxidase (MCO), was first discovered by Yoshida () 1 in the latex of the Chinese or Japanese lacquer trees (Rhus sp.). In plant these enzymes seem to be involved in lignification, in wound healing as part of an herbivore or pathogen defense response, and in iron metabolism.

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Treatment of bleach mill effluents using the white-rot fungi is promising and offers the option to expand the range of pollutants that cannot be biodegraded by the prokaryotes (bacteria). White-rot fungal remediation may be particularly suited for those recalcitrant compounds for which bioavailability and toxicity are the key issues.

One of the early reports indicated that lignin-degrading white rot fungi, as exemplified by Phanerochaete chrysosporium, can degrade an extremely diverse group of environmental pollutants (Bumpus et al., ).

Since then, there has been intense worldwide research to unravel the. Treating wood with white rot fungi or enzymes derived from decay fiingi is the basis of the experimental biopulping and some biobleaching methods.

Saps tains, such as bluestain, darken woods but do not degrade their strength properties. Free essays, homework help, flashcards, research papers, book reports, term papers, history, science, politics. Full text of "Environmental Management in Practice" See other formats.

White-Rot Fungi. Due to their ability to degrade lignin as well as polysaccharides found in cellulose and hemicellulose, white-rot fungi have the potential not only to act as a biological pre-treatment but also to degrade all the major components of lignocellulose to yield a valuable product.

In the study of lignin peroxidase isozyme H8 from white-rot fungi Phanerochaete chrysosporium (LiPH8), W site was revealed to make the covalent coupling with one moiety of monolignolic radical (guaiacol radical) by LC-MS/MS analysis.

Hypothetical electron-relay containing W residue was newly suggested based on the observation of repressed.(Advances in Biochemical Engineering Biotechnology) K.E.L. Eriksson-Biotechnology in the Pulp and Paper Industry-Springer Verlag (19 - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.

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