Microbial Bioresources

Now available in the library is The Handbook of Microbial Bioresources

Call number: QR46 H294x 2015. This is found on Tier 5 of Parks Library.

The Handbook of Microbial Bioresources

Table of Contents

 

  • 1: Microbial Resources for Improved Crop Productivity
  • 2: The contributions of mycorrhizal fungi
  • 3: Trichoderma: Utilization for Agriculture Management and Biotechnology
  • 4: The Role of Bacillus Bacterium in Formation of Plant Defence: Mechanism and Reaction
  • 5: Biofilm Formation on Plant Surface by Rhizobacteria: Impact on Plant Growth and Ecological Significance
  • 6: Biofilmed Biofertilizers Application in Agroecosystems
  • 7: Microbial nanoformulation: Exploring potential for coherent nano-farming
  • 8: Bacillus thuringiensis: A Natural Tool in the Insect Pest Control
  • 9: Pleurotus as an Exclusive Eco-Friendly Modular Bio-Tool
  • 10: Use of Biotechnology in Promoting Novel Food and Agriculture Important Microorganisms
  • 11: Endophytes: An Emerging Microbial Tool for Plant Diseases Management
  • 12: Role of L: monocytogenes in Human Health: Disadvantages and Advantages
  • 13: Natural Weapons against Cancer From Bacteria
  • 14: Giardia and Giardiasis: An Overview On Recent Developments
  • 15: Power of Bifidobacteria in Food Applications for the Health Promotion
  • 16: Probiotic and Dental Carries: A Recent Outlook on Conventional Therapy
  • 17: Human Microbiota for Human Health
  • 18: Biotechnological Production of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids
  • 19: Functional Enzymes for Animal Feed Applications
  • 20: Microbial Xylanases: Production, Applications and Challenges
  • 21: Microbial Chitinase: Production and Potential Applications
  • 22: Characteristics of microbial inulinases: physical and chemical bases of their activity
  • 23: Microbial Resources for Biopolymer Production
  • 24: Microbial Metabolites in Cosmetic Industries
  • 25: Fungi of the Genus Pleurotus: Importance and Applications
  • 26: Useful Microorganisms for Environmental Sustainability: Application of Heavy Metal Tolerant Consortia for Surface Water Decontamination in Natural and Artificial Wetlands
  • 27: Exopolysaccharide (EPS) producing bacteria: an ideal source of biopolymers
  • 28: Microbial Process Development for Fermentation Based Biosurfactant Production
  • 29: Recent Developments on Algal Biofuel Technology
  • 30: Microbial lipases: Emerging Biocatalyst
  • 31: Bioremediation of Gaseous and Liquid Hydrogen Sulfide Pollutants by Microbial Oxidation
  • 32: Archaea, A Useful Group for Energy Unconventional Production: Methane Production from Sugarcane Secondary Distillation Effluents Using Thermotolerant Strains
  • 33: Industrial Additives Obtained Through Microbial Biotechnology: Biosurfactants and Prebiotics Carbohydrates
  • 34: Industrial Additives Obtained Through Microbial Biotechnology: Bioflavors and Biocolorants
  • 35: Actinomycetes in Biodiscovery: Genomic Advances and New Horizons
  • 36: Molecular Strategies for the Studies of the Expression of Gene Variation by Real-time PCR
  • 37: Whole Genome Sequence Typing Strategies for Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli of the O157:H7 Serotype
  • 38: Microbial Keratinases: Characteristics, Biotechnological Applications and Potential
  • 39: Philippine Fungal Diversity: Benefits and Threats to Food Security

 

 

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