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Degradation of softwood, hardwood, and grass lignocelluloses by two streptomyces strains.

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Type
Published Article
Journal
Applied and Environmental Microbiology
0099-2240
Publisher
American Society for Microbiology
Publication Date
Volume
42
Issue
2
Pages
378–380
Identifiers
PMID: 16345837
Source
Medline

Abstract

Two Streptomyces strains, S. viridosporus T7A and S. setonii 75Vi2, were grown on softwood, hardwood, and grass lignocelluloses, and lignocellulose decomposition was followed by monitoring substrate weight loss, lignin loss, and carbohydrate loss over time. Results showed that both Streptomyces strains substantially degraded both the lignin and the carbohydrate components of each lignocellulose; however, these actinomycetes were more efficient decomposers of grass lignocelluloses than of hardwood or softwood lignocelluloses. In particular, these Streptomyces strains were more efficient decomposers of grass lignins than of hardwood or softwood lignins.

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