Syringyl lignin is unaltered by severe sinapyl alcohol dehydrogenase suppression in tobacco

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Barakate, Abdellah; Stephens, Jennifer; Goldie, Alison; Hunter, William N.; Marshall, David; Hancock, Robert D.; Lapierre, Catherine; Morreele, Kris; Boerjane, Wout;
(2011)
  • Publisher: American Society of Plant Biologists
  • Journal: issn: 1040-4651
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  • Identifiers: doi: 10.1105/tpc.111.089037
  • Subject: POPLAR PLANTS | O-METHYLTRANSFERASE | plant biomass | dehydrogenase | alcohol;plant biomass;dehydrogenase;biosynthesis;tobacco;biochemistry and molecular biology;plant sciences;cell biology | biomasse végétale | biosynthesis | tobacco | DOWN-REGULATION | alcohol | Biology and Life Sciences | CINNAMOYL-COA REDUCTASE | EXPRESSION | FERULATE 5-HYDROXYLASE | MONOLIGNOL BIOSYNTHESIS | tabac | angiosperme | biosynthèse de la lignine | ARABIDOPSIS | cell biology | [SDV.SA]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Agricultural sciences | biochemistry and molecular biology | ANGIOSPERMS | plant sciences | CONIFERYL ALDEHYDE
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | complex mixtures | fungi | technology, industry, and agriculture

The manipulation of lignin could, in principle, facilitate efficient biofuel production from plant biomass. Despite intensive study of the lignin pathway, uncertainty exists about the enzyme catalyzing the last step in syringyl (S) monolignol biosynthesis, the reduction... View more
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