Advances In Fungal Biotechnology by Mahendra Rai
In the past two decades, fungal biotechnology has progressed with fast pace. Advances in Fungal biotechnology is an important publication representing these advances and multiple roles played by fungi.Includes role of internet in Mycology.Illustrates the role of mycorrhizal fungi in revegetation programmes.
Audience of the Book :
|This includes mostly industrial applications of fungi for the production of pigments, citric acid and vitamins, beneficial effects of mycorrhizal fungi, mycoviruses, biotransformation, and also various health implications.|
The main features of the book are as follows:
1. Deals with the role of fungal enzymesxylanases and laccases.
2. Discusses mycoviruses as an emerging tool for controlling pathogenic fungi.
3.Incorporates industrial applications, such as the production of pigments, citric acid and vitamins.
Table of Contents:
1.Developing Weed Control Technologies with Fungi
2.Management of Plant Pathogenic Fungi by Mycoviruses
3.Biotechnology: A New Tack on Fungal Resistant Crops
4.Properties and Commercial Applications of Xylanases from Fungi
5.Laccases of Fungi in Nature and Biotechnology
6.Enzymes from Mushrooms and their Industrial Applications
7.Pigments from Fungi: Industrial Perpspective
8.Microbial Transformation by Beauveria bassiana
9.Biotransformation of Terpenes by Fungi
10.Molecular and Physiological Aspects of Relevance in the Design of Industrial Strains of Lactose
11.Current advances in Citric Acid Production by Fungi
12.Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi used as Biofertilizers in Revegetation Programmes
13.Ectomycorrhizal Fungi and its Application in Forest Nursery
14.Bioproduction and Significance of Fungal Vitamins
15.Fungi from Indoor Environments in USA: An Overview
16.Recent Methods for Molecular Study of Fungal Community Structure with Special Reference to DGGE and TGGE
17.Tinea Capitis: Causal Organisms, Prognosis and Therapy
18.The Health Implications of Antifungal Drugs and Mycotoxin Interactions in Chronic Toxigenic Mold Exposures
19.The Impact of the Internet on Mycology