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Ge, S.
Đề mục:
Arabian Journal of Chemistry
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Elsevier Ltd.
Ngày xuất bản:
September 2018
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Arabian Journal of Chemistry, Volume 11, Issue 6, September 2018, Pages 771-781
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eng
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To disclosed the internal factors for the growth of mycelium and Lentinus edodesQuercus Linn wood, which was biotransformed during the artificial cultivation of Lentinus edodes, were synergistically characterized by TGA/DTG, FT-IR and NMR. The results showed that the different ingredients of hemicellulose decreased during steam explosion and biodegradation of Lentinus edodes, however hemicellulose content continued to increased. FT-IR showed that the transmittance of the characteristic peaks in hemicellose gradually increased after decreased after steam explosion and biodegradation of Lentinus edodes. TGA/DTG curves that thermal stability and maximum thermal degradation rates of hemicelloses were contiguous after steam explosion and biodegradation of Lentinus edodes. Structural determination based on FT-IR and 1H, and 2D-HSQC NMR analyses showed that the alkali-extractable hemicelluloses shared the structure composed of (1 → 4)-linked β-d-xylopyranosyl backbone with 4-O-methyl-R-d-glucuronic acid attached to O-2 of the xylose residues and l-arabinose attached to O-3 of the xylose residues. And it revealed that the extractable hemicelluloses retained original structure without cleaving chemical linkages. Furthermore, a small amount of other minor hemicelluloses (β-glucans) including xylans in the extractable hemicelluloses could be identified by NMR and other approaches.

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