Rizzo Lect 23 Fungi 2 section A

Rizzo Lect 23 Fungi 2 section A - Fungal diversity...

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Unformatted text preview: Fungal diversity Ecological Saprobes Symbionts Morphology Fruiting structures Genetic Life cycles ecomposers: saprobes break down dead organic matter The Carbon cycle Fungi contribute Easy : Fruits Flesh Leaves Paper Cotton ecomposers Difficult : Wood Bones Nails Hair Cosmetics Paint Soap Leather Fuel ecomposers Examples of fungal enzymes Protease Proteins Lipase Lipids Cellulase Cellulose Amylase Starch Pectinase Pectin Chitinase Chitin Cutinase Cutin ood Decay ey cell wall components in wood: Cellulose Hemicellulose Lignin hite rot fungi : break down cellulose, hemicellulose, lignin rown rot fungi : break down ellulose, hemicellulose ood-decay in ecosystems tree diseases ood-decay in ecosystems - Wildlife habitat ood-decay in wood in service Human uses of decomposition? iopulping omposting iofuels http://www.international.inra.fr/research/ mold fungus Cellulose and hemicellulose hydrolysis by Trichoderma reseii Wood decay fungus...
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