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Biotechnological applications of microbes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 334-341) and index.
|Statement||editors: Ajit Varma, Gopi K. Podila.|
|Contributions||Varma, A. 1939-, Podila, Gopi K.|
|LC Classifications||TP248.27.M53 B56 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 350 p. :|
|Number of Pages||350|
In nature, transglutaminases catalyze the formation of amide bonds between proteins to form insoluble protein aggregates. This specific function has long been exploited in the food and textile industries as a protein cross-linking agent to alter the texture of meat, wool, and leather. In recent years, biotechnological applications of transglutaminases have come to light in areas ranging from Cited by: Biotechnology of Microorganisms: Diversity, Improvement, and Application of Microbes for Food Processing, Healthcare, Environmental Safety, and Agriculture - CRC Press Book Microbial biotechnology is an important contributor to global business, especially in agriculture, the environment, healthcare, and the medical, food, and chemical industries.
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Production, characteristics and applications of microbial alkaline pectinolytic enzymes have been elaborated. Nowadays, semi-synthetic ergot alkaloids are widely used as a potential therapeutic : $ Research and biotechnological applications of Microbes is a fascinating field of science and increasingly being seen as a mainstream tenet of biology.
The present book focuses on diverse areas of microbial research and provides a wealth of information on the microbial world: biochemistry. BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS OF MICROBES Download Biotechnological Applications Of Microbes ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
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[A Varma; Gopi K Podila;] -- This book provides a survey on the most striking and successful appraoches to produce biogenic nanodevices with emphasis onthe use of microorganisms for production.
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. Biotechnological Applications of Extremophilic Microorganisms aims to give a broad overview on the potential usage of extremophiles in biotechnology (e.g. industry, medicine, food, cosmetics, environmental clean-up, energy and fuel, geo-sciences), including the production of compounds (e.g.
enzymes, compatible solutes) or the degradation of. This book aims to give a broad overview on the potential usage of extremophiles in biotechnology (e.g. industry, medicine, food, cosmetics, environmental clean-up, energy and fuel, geo-sciences), including the production of compounds (e.g.
enzymes, compatible solutes) or the degradation of compounds such as xenobiotics etc. The individual chapters discuss the various potentials of these bioplastics, which offer an attractive alternative to non-biodegradable plastics.
The book also describes the diverse medical and biomedical applications of PHAs, including their use as drug carriers, memory enhancers.
Nevertheless, traditional food fermentation processes, such as cheese and soy sauce production are typically carried out by using mixed cultures consisting of multiple strains or species (Hanemaaijer et al., ).Moreover, more than 99% of microorganisms in the environment cannot be cultured successfully by using traditional cultivation technologies (Kaeberlein et al., ).Cited by: 1.
Biotechnology of Microbial Enzymes: Production, Biocatalysis and Industrial Applications provides a complete survey of the latest innovations on microbial enzymes, highlighting biotechnological advances in their production and purification along with information on successful applications as biocatalysts in several chemical and industrial processes under mild and green conditions.
To complement them, this book focuses on the various applications of microbial-biotechnological principles. A teaching-based format is adopted, whereby working problems, as well as answers to frequently asked questions, supplement the main text.
The book also includes real life examples of how the application. Bitoechnological Applications of Microorganisms: A Techno Commercial Approach by D K Maheshwari; R C Dubey and S C Kang and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Several extracellular enzymes from acidophilic microbes are known to be functional at much lower pH than that inside the cells.
Acid stable enzymes have applications in several industries such as starch, baking, fruit juice processing, animal feed and pharmaceuticals. The present book chapter deals with the biodiversity of psychrotrophic or cold-adapted microbes from diverse cold habitats, and their potential biotechnological applications in agriculture have.
The book also covers the established biotechnological uses of extremophiles and the most recent and novel applications including the exploitation of these organisms for enzyme production, their potential use in the generation of sustainable energy and in the oil industry.
Properties and Biotechnological Applications of -Glucuronidases. Nasser El-Din Ibrahim, Weilan Shao, and Kesen Ma. Microbial Collagenases: An Overview of Their Production and Applications. Jyotsna Jotshi and Pradnya Pralhad Kanekar. Characterization, Production, and Application of Microbial Lipases for Food, Agriculture, Health, and.
The chapters focus on the novel genetic and biochemical traits that lend these organisms to biotechnological applications. Couples studies of marine extremophile biology/genomics and extremophile culture for biotechnological applications with the latest advances in bio-prospecting and bio-product developmentCited by: 2.
They also have important uses as following: a) in digestion b) in food c) in water treatment d) in energy e) in production of chemicals and enzymes f) in scientific research g) in warfare Importance in human.
Although the obvious application of these metabolisms lies in the bioremediation and attenuation of (per)chlorate in contaminated environments, a diversity of alternative and innovative biotechnological applications has been proposed based on the unique metabolic abilities of dissimilatory (per)chlorate-reducing bacteria (DPRB).Cited by: 6.
The book further discusses the diversity and utility of ectomycorrhizal and entomopathogenic fungi and yeasts that dwell on grapes, it examines the biotechnological applications of specific microbes such as lichens, xylan- and cellulose-saccharifying bacteria and archaea, chitinolytic bacteria, methanogenic archaea and pathogenic yeasts.microorganisms produced using rDNA techniques are being used to monitor food production and processing systems for quality control (7).
Biotechnology can compress the time frame required to translate fundamental discoveries into applications. This is done by controlling which genes are altered in an organized fashion. ForFile Size: 53KB. Saxena AK, Yadav AN, Kaushik R, Tyagi SP, Shukla L (b) Biotechnological applications of microbes isolated from cold environments in agriculture and allied sectors.
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