Industrial Exploitation of Microorganisms
Industrial Exploitation of Microorganisms by D.K. Maheshwari And R.C. Dubey
Yeast is one of the important microorganisms which have been used to produce beverages, alcohols and fermented food commodities for a very long time. In recent years, it has been the first choice among eukaryotes to use in recombinant technology. Yeast and Spirulina are being used and marketed as Single Cell Protein (SCP). Mushrooms have been used by humans down the ages. In addition to a rich source of mycoprotein, they have medicinal values also against many ailments. Number of bioactive novel compounds is increasing with the discovery of microbial species and newer groups of microorganisms.
Audience of the Book :
|This book useful for pharma industries, food and enzyme industries, textile industry, agro-industry and cottage industry.|
The main features of the book are as follows:
1.A compilation of 21 articles, the book deals with exploitation of potential microorganisms in various industries/sectors including food, medicine, biosensor, agro-industry, environmental pollution control and so on.
2.Each article includes an abstract and a conclusion followed by references.
3.The articles are contributed by 39 eminent researchers and academicians.
Table of Contents:
1. Biotechnological Potential and Industrial Application of Yeast
2. Probiotics Microorganisms
3. Spirulina: Its Role in Food Industry
4. Microbial Biopesticides
5. Biotechnological Potentials of Cyanobacteria and their Industrial Applications
6. Biotechnological Potentialities of Higher Fungi
7. Cordyceps sinensis (Yarha gamboo): A High Value Medicinal Mushroom
8. Biotechnological Application in Textile Industry Antimicrobial Textiles
9. Applications of Streptomyces sp. in Pharmaceutical Industry
10. Microbial Proteases and their Applications
11. Proteases: Significance and Applications
12. Electrocatalytically Active Laccases: Application for Biosensor Development
13. Potential Applications of Microbial Phytases in Aquaculture
14. Laccase Regulation and Laccase-Dependent Bioremediation
15. Biotechnological, Genetic Engineering and Nanotechnological Potential of Actinomycetes
16. Strategic Synthesis of Nanoparticles by Mycetes
17. Discovery of Bioactive Molecules from Plants and Microorganisms
18. Agro-industrial Bioprocessing of Tropical Root and Tuber Crops – Current Research and Future Prospects
19. Pharma-active Compounds of Microbial Origin and their Diversity
20. Industrially Useful Microbial Bioresources
21. Antimicrobial Properties of Essential Oils and their Potential Applications in Pharmaceutical Industries