Plant Cell Wall Polymers. Biogenesis and Biodegradation by Michael G. Paice, Norman G. Lewis

By Michael G. Paice, Norman G. Lewis

content material: keep watch over of plant mobile wall biogenesis : an outline / D.H. Northcote --
Formation and services of xyloglucan and derivatives / David A. Brummell and Gordon A. Maclachlan --
towards a operating version of the starting to be plant cellphone wall : phenolic cross-linking reactions within the basic mobile partitions of dicotyledons / Stephen C. Fry and Janice G. Miller --
Deposition of mobilephone wall parts in conifer tracheids / Keiji Takabe, Kazumi Fukazawa, and Hiroshi Harada --
Phenylpropanoid metabolism in mobile partitions : an summary / Etsuo Yamamoto, Gordon H. Bokelman, and Norman G. Lewis --
Biochemical interface among fragrant amino acid biosynthesis and secondary metabolism / Roy A. Jensen, Paul Morris, Carol Bonner, and Lolita O. Zamir --
Enzymology of gallotannin biosynthesis / Georg G. Gross --
Biogenesis and localization of polymethylated flavonoids in phone partitions of Chrysosplenium americanum / Ragai Ibrahim, Lilian Latchinian, and Louise Brisson --
Phenolic materials of plant mobile partitions and wall biodegradability / Roy D. Hartley and Clive W. Ford --
a far better radiotracer process for learning formation and constitution of lignin / Noritsugu Terashima --
Biogenesis and constitution of macromolecular lignin within the mobilephone wall of tree xylem as studied by way of microautoradiography / Noritsugu Terashima and okay. Fukushima --
13C particular labeling of lignin in intact crops / Norman G. Lewis, Ramon A. Razal, Etsuo Yamamoto, Gordon H. Bokelman, and Jan B. Wooten --
Biochemical and biosynthetic reports on lignification of Gramineae / Monique Gaudillere and Bernard Monties --
Inhibition of telephone wall peroxidases with ferulic salts and fluorinated analogues / Anne-Marie Catesson, An Pang, Charlette Francesch, Christian Rolando, and Renée Goldberg --
Lignification in younger plant seedlings grown in the world and aboard the gap trip / Joe R. Cowles, R. LeMay, G. Jahns, W.H. Scheld, and C. Peterson --
Molecular constitution and dynamics of intact plant polyesters : solid-state NMR reviews / Ruth E. Stark, Tatyana Zlotnik-Mazori, Lisa M. Ferrantello, and Joel R. Garbow --
Cellulose biosynthesis : the terminal advanced speculation and its dating to different modern study themes / Arland T. Hotchkiss, Jr. --
(1,3)-[Beta]-glucan synthase : subunit identity experiences / B.P. Wasserman, T.L. Mason, D.J. Frost, S.M. learn, R.M. Slay, and A.E. Watada --
Biogenesis of cellulose microfibrils and the function of microtubules in eco-friendly algae / Takao Itoh --
Triple-stranded left-hand helical cellulose microfibril in Acetobacter xylinum and in tobacco fundamental telephone wall / George C. Ruben, Gordon H. Bokelman, and William Krakow --
Structural characterization and visualization in situ and after isolation of tobacco pectin / George C. Ruben and Gordon H. Bokelman --
regulate of mobile wall plasticity : courting to pectin homes / Renée Goldberg, Paulette Devillers, Roger Prat, Claudine Morvan, Véronique Michon, and Catherine Hervé du Penhoat --
impression of chemical constitution of pectins on their interactions with calcium / M. Rinaudo --
Comparative stories at the telephone wall polymers received from diversified components of rice grains / Naoto Shibuya --
phone wall changes and antimicrobial safeguard in perennial vegetation / R.B. Pearce --
Infection-induced lignification in wheat / J.P. journey, M.S. Barber, and R.E. Bertram --
Lignin biosynthesis in stem rust contaminated wheat / Bruno M. Moerschbacher --
Virulence-inducing phenolic compounds detected through Agrobacterium tumefaciens / Paul A. Spencer and G.H.N. Towers --
houses of a cutinase-defective mutant of Fusarium solani / Anne H. Dantzig --
Roles of secondary metabolism of wooden rotting fungi in biodegradation of lignocellulosic fabrics / Mikio Shimada, Akira Ohta, Hiroshi Kurosaka, Takefumi Hattori, Takayoshi Higuchi, and Munezoh Takahashi --
Ultrastructural localization of lignocellulose-degrading enzymes / I.M. Gallagher, M.A. Fraser, C.S. Evans, P.T. Atkey, and D.A. wooden --
Enzyme excretion in the course of wooden mobilephone wall degradation by means of Phanerochaete chrysosporium / Jean-Paul Joseleau and Katia Ruel --
Oxidation and aid in lignin biodegradation / Hans E. Schoemaker, Emmo M. Meijer, Matti S.A. Leisola, Stephan D. Haemmerli, Roland Waldner, Dominique Sanglard, and Harald W.H. Schmidt --
Oxidative enzymes from the lignin-degrading fungus Pleurotus sajor-caju / Robert Bourbonnais and Michael G. Paice --
Mechanisms of lignin degradation by way of lignin peroxidase and laccase of white-rot fungi / Takayoshi Higuchi --
fragrant ring cleavage by means of lignin peroxidase / Toshiaki Umezawa and Takayoshi Higuchi --
Biomimetic experiences in lignin degradation / Futong Cui and David Dolphin --
Bacterial degradation of kraft lignin : construction and characterization of water-soluble intermediates derived from Streptomyces badius and Streptomyces viridosporus / P.F. Vidal, J. Bouchard, R.P. Overend, E. Chornet, H. Giroux, and F. Lamy --
Microbial calorimetric research : lignin-related compounds in micromolar concentrations / Rex E. Lovrien, Mark L. Ferry, Timothy S. Magnuson, and Robert A. Blanchette --
Microbial degradation of tannins and comparable compounds / A.M. Deschamps --
particular assays, purification, and examine of structure-activity relationships of cellulolytic enzymes / P. Tomme, V. Heriban, H. Van Tilbeurgh, and M. Claeyssens --
Cellulases of Cellulomonas fimi : the enzymes and their interactions with substrate / D.G. Kilburn, N.R. Gilkes, R.C. Miller, Jr., and R.A.J. Warren --
[Beta]-glucosidases : mechanism and inhibition / Stephen G. Withers and Ian P. road --
Environmental capability of the Trichoderma exocellular enzyme procedure / J.M. Lynch --
Biodegradation of the hetero-1,4-linked xylans / Robert F.H. Dekker --
The xylanolytic enzyme approach of Trichoderma reesei / Kaisa Poutanen and Jurgen Puls --
construction and purification of xylanases / David J. Senior, Paul R. Mayers, and John N. Saddler.

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Plant Cell Wall Polymers. Biogenesis and Biodegradation

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Res. 1985, 137, 139-50. ; Fry, S. C. J. Cer. Sci. 1986, 4, 287-95. Smith, M. ; Hartley, R. D. Carbohydr. Res. 1983, 118, 65-80. ; Ashford, A. ; Blakeney, A. ; Stone, B. A. Ausi. J. Plant Physiol. 1985, 12, 307-17. Sachs, J. Handbuch der Experimentalphysiologie der Pflanzen; Engelmann: Leipzig, 1865. Hanke, D. ; Northcote, D. H. J. Cell Sci. 1974, 14, 29-50. Fry, S. C. Physiol. Plant. 1989, 75, in press. Smith, J. ; Muldoon, E. ; Lamport, D. T. A. Phytochemistry 1984, 23, 1233-40. ; Darvill, A. ; Fry, S.

FRY & M I L L E R Working Model of Growing Plant Cell Wall 39 Siting of Ferulic Acid in the Wall Polysaccharides. T h e o r i g i n of the feru l o y l residues of the a c i d i c w a l l polysaccharides is not so s t r a i g h t f o r w a r d . H o w e v e r , there is g o o d evidence t h a t these phenolic side-chains are very specifically s i t e d . T h e p o s i t i o n of the f e r u l o y l groups can most easily be e x p l o r e d b y e n z y m i c " d i s s e c t i o n " of the polysaccharides w i t h c o m m e r c i a l m i x t u r e s of enzymes such as t h a t k n o w n as Driselase (available f r o m S i g m a C h e m i c a l C o .

3. ; Talmadge, K. ; Bauer, W. ; Albersheim, P. Plant Physiol. 1973, 51, 188-96. 4. Darvill, A. ; Delmer, D. P. In The Bio­ chemistry of Plants: A Comprehensive Treatise; Vol. ; Academic Press: New York, 1980; pp. 91-162. 5. Lamport, D. T. A. In Cellulose: Structure, Modification and Hydrol­ ysis; Young, R. ; Rowell, R. ; Wiley: New York, 1986; pp. 77-90. 6. Stafstrom, J. ; Staehelin, L. A. Planta 1988, 174, 321-32. 7. Rubin, G. C. This volume. 8. Fry, S. C. J. Exp. Bot. 1989, 40, 1-11. 9. O'Neill, R.

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