ISBN 9788188237975,Biotechnological Applications Of Microorganisms: A Techno-Commer

Biotechnological Applications Of Microorganisms: A Techno-Commer

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I.K. International Pvt. Ltd

Publication Year 2006

ISBN 9788188237975

ISBN-10 8188237973


Number of Pages 416 Pages
Language (English)

Educational: English language: readers & reading schemes

A large number of microbes have been exploited commercially in multifarious areas such as production of industrially viable products, organic chemicals, pharmaceuticals, recovery of metals, improvement and maintenance of environmental quality, and pest control. The book embodies twenty review articles contributed by the subject experts from India, Japan and South Korea. The articles fall under the three categories; agriculture microbiology, industrial microbiology, and bioremediation. The Psychrophiles hold many biological secrets such as biochemical limits to macromolecular stability and the blueprints for constructing stable macromolecules. Lactic acid bacteria known for their role in fermentation, economics, and systematics have been dealt with in great detail. Biotechnological applications of pectinases in general and alkaline pectinases in particular play a significant role in industries. Production, characteristics and applications of microbial alkaline pectinolytic enzymes have been elaborated. Nowadays, semi-synthetic ergot alkaloids are widely used as a potential therapeutic agent. Microbial production of glucans, functional organisation and their industrial significance have been systematically reviewed. Bioactive exopolysaccharides production from mushrooms have gained importance in recent years. Production and characterisation of exopolysaccharides and conversion of unsaturated fatty acids into value-added hydroxyl fatty acids by using microorganisms is being done in a wide range of industrial products. Enhancing the microbial production of 1,3-propanidial and its application highlights the commercial exploitation of potential microorganisms. Aldehyde and organic acid production by using oxydases and their derivatives have been advantageous for industries. Some chapters are devoted to the potential entomopathogenic fungi for management of pests, biotechnological applications of fusaria, microbial metabolite-mediated biocontrol of soil-borne plant pathogens, bioremediation of heavy metals, organochlorine and organophosphate pesticides. Although bio-inoculants are eco-friendly and are being used too but reviewers have emphasized the constraints in commercial bio-inoculant production and their quality assurance Table of Contents Constraints in commercial bio-inoculant production and their quality assurance Psychrophiles: Their Diversity and Industrial Applications Lactic Acid: A Potential Microbial Metabolite Production, Characteristics and Biotechnological Applications of Alkaline Pectinases Properties, Uses and Directed Evolution of Glucansucrases Elaborated by Various Leuconostoc mesenteroides Biotechnological Relevance of Ergot Alkaloids with Future Perspectives Production and characterisation of exopolysaccharides in submerged culture of different species of Phellinus Production of value-added Hydroxy Fatty Acids by a Bacterial Strain Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3 Bioactive potential of actinomycetes from India and Saudi Arabia Potential entomopathogenic fungi for management of insect pests Biotechnological applications of fusaria Microbial production and applications of 1,3-propanodial Biochemical methods for production of aldehydes and organic acids Genetic manipulation in sustainable crop production Characterisation of Streptomyces Causing Potato Scab Disease in Korea Secondary metabolite mediated antagonism against soil borne pathogens Biocatalysis and Biodegradation in the Context of Functional Genomics Bioremediation of Agrochemicals and Heavy Metals in Soil Application of Microorganisms for Bioremediation of Organochlorine and Organophosphate Pesticides Fungal biosorbents: A benign alternative for removal and recovery of heavy metals from wastewater.

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