394 pages | 20 Color Illus. | 35 B/W Illus.
Microbial Cell Factories is a conceptual, reference-based source including chapters covering microbial cell factories for industrial developments, microbial biotechnology, sustainable environmental solutions, agriculture practices, microorganisms in food processing, metabolites as next generation food additives/food processing, and microbial cell factories in alternative energy fuel generation. The book highlights trends and developments in the field of microbial products, written by an international team of leading academic and research scholars.
Key Selling Features:
Small in Size, Huge in Impact: The unseen envoy for sustainable future. Recent advances of biosurfactant in food industry. Trichoderma spp. in Bioremediation- Current status and Scope. Bio inoculants for sustainable agricultural practices.Biosurfactants: Next generation molecules for industrial process. Microbes in sustainable agricultural practices. Recent trends in industrial applications of lignocellulolytic enzymes. Enabling system biology in yeast for the production of Advanced Biofuels.Bacterial Metabolites in food preservation. Microbial cell factories for alternative energy fuel production. Beneficial Effects of Dairy Foods Enriched With Prebiotics and Probiotics. Bacterial Endophytes as Cell Factories for Sustainable Agriculture. Microorganisms as food supplements for sustainable health. Microbial Volatiles: Applications and Future prospects. Microbial Lipopeptides as next generation biomolecule for fungal pathogen control. Engineering of Microbial Cell Factories for Improved bioethanol production using Cheese Whey. Simultaneous Bioremediation and Valorization of industrial waste for PHB production. Production and Applications of biosurfactants derived from non-pathogenic microbes. Rhizo remediation: Sustainable plant microbe interaction for reclamation of polluted soil. In-vitro cultivation of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi using Root Organ Culture (ROCs): Factory of bio fertilizer and secondary metabolites production.