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Biotechnology in the pulp and paper industry: a review. Part 1: tree improvement, pulping and bleaching, and dissolving pulp applications



Biotechnology in the pulp and paper industry: a review. Part 1: tree improvement, pulping and bleaching, and dissolving pulp applications



TAPPI Journal 73(4): 198-204



Topics discussed include genetic engineering to improve trees for papermaking, biopulping, biobleaching and production of ligninases for direct use as pulping reagents.

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