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Evidence of the active role of ligno cellulosic enzymes of marine fungi in degradation of posidonia oceanica leaves


, : Evidence of the active role of ligno cellulosic enzymes of marine fungi in degradation of posidonia oceanica leaves. Biochemical Systematics & Ecology 15(6): 635-638

Evidence is given of release of six enzyme activities generally associated with plant material degradation, during in vitro experiments with Corollospora maritima acting upon Posidonia oceanica leaves. The results obtained are discussed in the light of the present knowledge on the role of marine fungi in the biological breakdown and conversion of leaf material in marine ecosystem.

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