Microbes in Practices
Microbes in Practices by Prakash S. Bisen
Microbes in Practice deals with almost every aspect of human existence, identifies several important technologies now used that are critical to fulfilling the potential of microbes. Microbiology impinges mostly with the large group of fungi, bacteria and viruses which equal in diversity and physiological phenomena the more traditional group of organisms within the disciplines of botany and zoology. During recent years the study of microorganisms has contributed important insights into the basic problems of biology. Because of their ease of manipulation, rapid growth, highly developed capacity for adaptation, and other properties, microorganisms are one of the preferred objects of research in biochemistry and genetics. The topics and the techniques described in the book reflect this diversity.
Audience of the Book :
|The book would be useful to the students of biochemistry and genetics.|
The main features of the book are as follows:
1.Comprehensively deals with aspects like characterization, identification, isolation, culture, control, morphology, biochemistry, metabolism etc.
2.Profusely illustrated with line diagrams, sketches, photographs and photomicrographs.
3.Several staining procedures, chemical compositions of media, biochemical tests, medical microbiology and immunology, microbes in relation to plants, waste management, industrial application, aquatic environment and soil have been provided.
Table of Contents:
1. Microbial World
2. Preservation and Culture Collection of Microorganisms
3. Culture Medium
5. Microbial Growth
6. Microbial Staining
7. Biochemical Tests
8. Microbial Taxonomy
9. Microbial Phylogeny
12. Biology of Viruses
13. Identification of Microbes
14. Microbial Genetics
15. Soil Microbiology
16. The Aquatic Environment
17. Air Microbiology
18. Microbes and Plants
19. Medical Microbiology and Immunology
20. Microbes in Waste Management
21. Microbes in Food and Dairy Production
22. The Industrial Uses of Microorganism.