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Characterization of Cellulose Synthesis in Plant Cells

Cellulose Inhibitors (Cell Wall Synthesis) HRAC Group: L WSSA Group: 20, 21, 26, 29

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N2 - A two-step strategy was demonstrated to synthesize porous polymeric solid acids with bifunctionality (chloride and sulfonic acid) to mimic cellulase for hydrolyzing cellulose. The solid acids were synthesized from aromatic monomers bearing chloride through Friedel-Crafts polymerization and then sulfonated with fuming sulfuric acid to introduce sulfonic acid. The chloride and sulfonic acid were expected to function as the cellulose-binding group (CBG) and the cellulose-hydrolytic group (CHG), respectively. It was found that the synthesized cellulase-mimetic solid acids were more effective in hydrolyzing microcrystalline cellulose (Avicel) than non-cellulase-mimetic solid acid (Amberlyst 15) and sulfuric acid at the same acid loading. Ball-milled Avicel could be hydrolyzed by up to 84.9 % by the cellulase-mimetic solid acids. The performance of the solid acids was supposedly attributed to the synergetic roles of the CBG and the CHG and the porous structure of the synthesized solid acids.

and Korrigan cellulase (Kor) has been involved in monitoring of cellulose synthesis.

Herbicides in this group prevent cell division primarily in developing root tips and are only effective on some germinating broadleaves and selected grasses. Alkylazine, benzamides, and nitriles are Cellulose Inhibitor herbicides that affect cell wall biosynthesis (cellulose) in susceptible plants causing inhibition of cell division.

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A two-step strategy was demonstrated to synthesize porous polymeric solid acids with bifunctionality (chloride and sulfonic acid) to mimic cellulase for hydrolyzing cellulose. The solid acids were synthesized from aromatic monomers bearing chloride through Friedel-Crafts polymerization and then sulfonated with fuming sulfuric acid to introduce sulfonic acid. The chloride and sulfonic acid were expected to function as the cellulose-binding group (CBG) and the cellulose-hydrolytic group (CHG), respectively. It was found that the synthesized cellulase-mimetic solid acids were more effective in hydrolyzing microcrystalline cellulose (Avicel) than non-cellulase-mimetic solid acid (Amberlyst 15) and sulfuric acid at the same acid loading. Ball-milled Avicel could be hydrolyzed by up to 84.9 % by the cellulase-mimetic solid acids. The performance of the solid acids was supposedly attributed to the synergetic roles of the CBG and the CHG and the porous structure of the synthesized solid acids.

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A Gibberellin-Mediated DELLA-NAC Signaling Cascade Regulates Cellulose Synthesis in Rice Plant Cell

T1 - Synthesis and Application of Bifunctional Porous Polymers Bearing Chloride and Sulfonic Acid as Cellulase-Mimetic Solid Acids for Cellulose Hydrolysis

AB - A two-step strategy was demonstrated to synthesize porous polymeric solid acids with bifunctionality (chloride and sulfonic acid) to mimic cellulase for hydrolyzing cellulose. The solid acids were synthesized from aromatic monomers bearing chloride through Friedel-Crafts polymerization and then sulfonated with fuming sulfuric acid to introduce sulfonic acid. The chloride and sulfonic acid were expected to function as the cellulose-binding group (CBG) and the cellulose-hydrolytic group (CHG), respectively. It was found that the synthesized cellulase-mimetic solid acids were more effective in hydrolyzing microcrystalline cellulose (Avicel) than non-cellulase-mimetic solid acid (Amberlyst 15) and sulfuric acid at the same acid loading. Ball-milled Avicel could be hydrolyzed by up to 84.9 % by the cellulase-mimetic solid acids. The performance of the solid acids was supposedly attributed to the synergetic roles of the CBG and the CHG and the porous structure of the synthesized solid acids.

05/09/2008 · How to Cite. Shiang, M., Linden, J. C., Mohagheghi, A., Grohmann, K. and Himmel, M. E. (1991), Regulation of Cellulase Synthesis in Acidothermus cellulolyticus
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Tuscany Diet - Biochemistry and Nutrition

Plants make their own food by photosynthesis. Carbon dioxide and water react together in the presence of light and chlorophyll to make glucose and oxygen. The glucose is converted into starch, fats and oils for storage. It is used to make cellulose for cell walls, and proteins for growth and repair. It is also used by the plant to release energy by respiration.

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A cellulose synthesis complex with a “rosette” shape is responsible for synthesis of cellulose chains and their assembly into microfibrils within the cell walls of land plants and their charophyte algal progenitors. The number of cellulose synthase proteins in this large multisubunit transmembrane protein complex and the number of cellulose chains in a microfibril have been debated for many years. This work reports a low resolution structure of the catalytic domain of CESA1 from Arabidopsis (; AtCESA1CatD) determined by small-angle scattering techniques and provides the first experimental evidence for the self-assembly of CESA into a stable trimer in solution. The catalytic domain was overexpressed in Escherichia coli, and using a two-step procedure, it was possible to isolate monomeric and trimeric forms of AtCESA1CatD. The conformation of monomeric and trimeric AtCESA1CatD proteins were studied using small-angle neutron scattering and small-angle x-ray scattering. A series of AtCESA1CatD trimer computational models were compared with the small-angle x-ray scattering trimer profile to explore the possible arrangement of the monomers in the trimers. Several candidate trimers were identified with monomers oriented such that the newly synthesized cellulose chains project toward the cell membrane. In these models, the class-specific region is found at the periphery of the complex, and the plant-conserved region forms the base of the trimer. This study strongly supports the “hexamer of trimers” model for the rosette cellulose synthesis complex that synthesizes an 18-chain cellulose microfibril as its fundamental product.

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