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Bioresource Utilization and Management
Applications in Therapeutics, Biofuels, Agriculture, and Environmental Science



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December 15, 2020 Forthcoming by Apple Academic Press
525 Pages - 10 Color & 65 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

The need for exploration, conservation, and sustainable utilization of bioresources is undeniable for the survival and growth of mankind. This new book throws light on new and recent research on and development of effective strategies for sustainable utilization of bioresources using modern tools and techniques to help meet this challenge.

Bioresource Utilization and Management: Applications in Therapeutics, Biofuels, Agriculture, and Environmental Science is divided into four sections that cover utilization of bioresources in therapeutics, in biofuel, in agriculture, and in environmental protection. Beginning with the diverse potential applications of bioresources in food, medicine, and cosmetics, the volume goes on to address the various different underutilized bioresources and their sustainable uses. It discusses important advances in biofuel and patents that highlight recent developments that address the energy crises and the continuously fluctuating cost of petroleum. It explores new energy renewable sources from bioresources and their sustainable utilization in the bioenergy and biofuel industry.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Utilization of Bioresources In Therapeutics

1. Antifungal Drugs from Endophytic Microbes: Present and Future Prospects

Rajreepa Talukdar, Sushmita Paul, and Kumananda Tayung

2. Bioactive Compounds and Herbal Therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease

Jayashree Prusty and Srikanta Jena

3. Wild Cucurbits: An Ethnomedicinally Important Plant Species for Aboriginals of the Similipal Biosphere Reserve, Odisha, India

Yasaswinee Rout et al.

4. The Miracle Plant—Moringa

Karabi Biswas and Sankar Narayan Sinha

5. Biomedical Application of Polymeric Biomaterial: Polyhydroxybutyrate

S. Mohapatra et al.

6. Thermostable Cyclodextrin Glycosyltransferase (CGTase): Recent Advances in Pharmaceutical Application of Cyclodextrins and Their Enzymatic Production

Amrita Swain, Luna Samanta, and Dhananjay Soren

7. Mangrove Plants in Therapeutic Management of Diabetes: An Update

Swagat Kumar Das, Dibyajyoti Samantaray, and Swatismita Behera

Part 2: Utilization of Bioresources In Biofuel

8. Microalgae as a Viable Bioresource for Sustainable Biofuel Production through Biorefinery Technologies

Bunushree Behera et al.

9. Fruit Peel Waste “Biorefinery” and Sustainability Issues

Pranav D. Pathak et al.

10. Utilization of Bioresources: Towards Biomass Valorization for Biofuels

Samuel Eshorame Sanni et al.

11. Lignocellulosic Waste Derived Bioethanol as Potential Biofuel for the Transportation Sector: Sources and Technological Advancements

Shitarashmi Sahu, Krishna Pramanik, and Neelam Meher

12. Cost-Effective Production of Biofuels from Lignocellulosic Biomass: Prospects and Challenges

K. C. Samal and Laxmipreeya Behera

13. Monitoring Innovations in Biofuel Production from Lignocellulosic Biomass: A Patent-Based Approach

Suruchee Samparna Mishra, Sonali Mohapatra, and Hrudayanath Thatoi

Part 3: Utilization of Bioresources In Agriculture

14. Effective Utilization of Palm Mesocarpic Husk (An Agrowaste) in Producing Major Phenolics and Other Chemicals

Swapan Kumar Ghosh and Kingsuk Das

15. CRISPR/Cas9: An Invention for Plant Breeding and Agricultural Sustainability

Debashrita Mittra and Sabuj Sahoo

16. Self-Sustained Ramie Cultivation in Tripura, a Source of Multiple Commercial Uses for Adoption as an Alternative Livelihood

Shaon Ray Chaudhuri et al.

17. Azolla, a Viable Resource of Bio-Fertilizer and Livestock Feed for Sustainable Development of Farming Community

Upendra Kumar et al.

Part 4: Utilization of Bioresources In The Environment

18. Bioremediation of Arsenic-Contaminated Environment Using Bacteria: An Update

Ranjan Kumar Mohapatra et al.

19. Potential Applications of Coal Fly Ash: A Focus on Its Fungistatic Properties and Zeolite Synthesis

Sangeeta Raut

20. Heavy Metal Toxicity and Bioremediation Using Microbes, Plants, and Nanobiomaterials

S. K. Sahu and H. G. Behuria

21. Spent Coffee Waste Conversion to Value-Added Products for the Pharmaceutical and Horticulture Industries

Priya Sarkar et al.

22. Bioremediation, an Ecofriendly Technology for Sustainable Aquaculture

S. K. Nayak and P. K. Nanda

23. Biochar, an Advanced Remedy for Environmental Management and Water Treatment

Chinmayee Acharya et al.

 

 

 

 

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Editor(s)

Biography

Hrudayanath Thatoi, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Biotechnology of North Orissa University, Baripada, India, where he is also working as the Director of the Centre for Similipal Studies.

Swagat Kumar Das, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biotechnology at College of Engineering and Technology, at Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT), Rourkela, Odisha, India.

Mrs. Sonali Mohapatra is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biotechnology, CET, Bhubaneswar, India, and is pursuing her PhD at the College of Engineering and Technology, Ghatika, India, one of the premiere engineering colleges in the state of Odisha.