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Involvement of Lignin-Modifying Enzymes in the Degradation of Herbicides

By Jaqueline da Silva Coelho-Moreira, Giselle Maria Maciel, Rafael Castoldi, Simone da Silva Mariano, Fabíola Dorneles Inácio, Adelar Bracht and Rosane Marina Peralta

Submitted: May 29th 2012Reviewed: January 15th 2013Published: May 29th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/55848

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Jaqueline da Silva Coelho-Moreira, Giselle Maria Maciel, Rafael Castoldi, Simone da Silva Mariano, Fabíola Dorneles Inácio, Adelar Bracht and Rosane Marina Peralta (May 29th 2013). Involvement of Lignin-Modifying Enzymes in the Degradation of Herbicides, Herbicides Andrew J. Price and Jessica A. Kelton, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/55848. Available from:

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