Microbial Factories: Biodiversity, Biopolymers, Bioactive Molecules: Volume 2 2015 1st ed. 2015, Volume 2 [Kõva köide]

  • Formaat: Hardback, 355 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 254x178x27 mm, kaal: 941 g, 36 Tables, black and white; 47 Illustrations, color; 38 Illustrations, black and white; XI, 355 p. 85 illus., 47 illus. in color.
  • Ilmumisaeg: 17-Feb-2016
  • Kirjastus: Springer, India, Private Ltd
  • ISBN-10: 8132225945
  • ISBN-13: 9788132225942
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  • Formaat: Hardback, 355 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 254x178x27 mm, kaal: 941 g, 36 Tables, black and white; 47 Illustrations, color; 38 Illustrations, black and white; XI, 355 p. 85 illus., 47 illus. in color.
  • Ilmumisaeg: 17-Feb-2016
  • Kirjastus: Springer, India, Private Ltd
  • ISBN-10: 8132225945
  • ISBN-13: 9788132225942
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This book highlights the efforts made by distinguished scientific researchers world-wide to meet two key challenges: i) the limited reserves of polluting fossil fuels, and ii) the ever-increasing amounts of waste being generated. These case studies have brought to the foreground certain innovative biological solutions to real-life problems we now face on a global scale: environmental pollution and its role in deteriorating human health. The book also highlights major advances in microbial metabolisms, which can be used to produce bioenergy, biopolymers, bioactive molecules, enzymes, etc. Around the world, countries like China, Germany, France, Sweden and the US are now implementing major national programs for the production of biofuels. The book provides information on how to meet the chief technical challenges – identifying an industrially robust microbe and cheap raw material as feed. Of the various possibilities for generating bioenergy, the most attractive is the microbial production of biohydrogen, which has recently gained significant recognition worldwide, due to its high efficiency and eco-friendly nature. Further, the book highlights factors that can make these bioprocesses more economical, especially the cost of the feed. The anaerobic digestion (AD) process is more advantageous in comparison to aerobic processes for stabilizing biowastes and producing biofuels (hydrogen, biodiesel, 1,3-propanediol, methane, electricity), biopolymers (polyhydroxyalkanoates, cellulose, exopolysaccharides) and bioactive molecules (such as enzymes, volatile fatty acids, sugars, toxins, etc.) for biotechnological and medical applications. Information is provided on how the advent of molecular biological techniques can provide greater insights into novel microbial lineages. Bioinformatic tools and metagenomic techniques have extended the limits to which these biological processes can be exploited to improve human welfare. A new dimension to these scientific works has been added by the emergence of synthetic biology. The Big Question is: How can these Microbial Factories be improved through metabolic engineering and what cost targets need to be met?

1 Biopolymers and Their Application as Biodegradable Plastics
1(10)
Scott Lambert
2 Approaches for the Synthesis of Tailor-Made Polyhydroxyalkanoates
11(18)
Carlos F. Pena Malacara
Andres Garcia Romero
Modesto Millan Ponce
Tania Castillo Marenco
3 Biodegradable Polymers: Renewable Nature, Life Cycle, and Applications
29(28)
Manjusha Dake
4 Phylogenetic Affiliation of Pseudomonas sp. M02, a Novel Polyhydroxyalkanoate-Synthesizing Bacterium
57(22)
Parveen Kumar Sharma
Jilagamazhi Fu
Xiang Zhang
Richard Sparling
David B. Levin
5 Synthetic Biology Strategies for Polyhydroxyalkanoate Synthesis
79(12)
Gunjan Arora
Andaleeb Sajid
Parijat Kundu
Mritunjay Saxena
6 Frontiers in Biomedical Engineering: PHA-Fabricated Implants
91(12)
Lalit K. Singh
Neha Dhasmana
Shashank S. Kamble
Aditya K. Sharma
Yogendra Singh
7 Sporulation, a Pitfall in the Path of PHB Production
103(10)
Neha Dhasmana
Lalit K. Singh
Shashank S. Kamble
Nishant Kumar
Yogendra Singh
8 Microbial Biopolymers: The Exopolysaccharides
113(14)
Angelina
S.V.N. Vijayendra
9 Innovations in Microalgal Harvesting Using Biopolymer-Based Approach
127(12)
Chiranjib Banerjee
Rajib Bandopadhyay
Puneet Kumar Singh
Harsh Kumar Agrawal
Pratyoosh Shukla
10 From Microbial Biopolymers to Bioplastics: Sustainable Additives for PHB Processing and Stabilization
139(22)
Stefania Angelini
Pierfrancesco Cerruti
Barbara Immirzi
Merima Poskovic
Gabriella Santagata
Gennaro Scarinzi
Mario Malinconico
11 The Survivors of the Extreme: Bacterial Biofilms
161(22)
Neha Dubey
Raja Singh
Aditya K. Sharma
Sharmila Basu-Modak
Yogendra Singh
12 Synthetic Biology in Aid of Bioactive Molecules
183(10)
Shilpi Jain
Swati Shalini
13 Biotechnology Implications of Extremophiles as Life Pioneers and Wellspring of Valuable Biomolecules
193(24)
Ilaria Finore
Licia Lama
Annarita Poli
Paola Di Donato
Barbara Nicolaus
14 Microbial CRISPR-Cas System: From Bacterial Immunity to Next-Generation Antimicrobials
217(18)
Alka Mehra
15 Photorhabdus: A Microbial Factory of Insect-Killing Toxins
235(6)
Jyoti Kushwah
Vishal Singh Somvanshi
16 Microbial Vesicles: From Ecosystem to Diseases
241(18)
Shashank S. Kamble
Nancy Garg
Brijendra Kumar Tiwari
Lalit K. Singh
Neha Dhasmana
Yogendra Singh
17 Bacteriophage Diversity in Different Habitats and Their Role in Pathogen Control
259(22)
Nishant A. Dafale
Zubeen J. Hathi
Sarmistha Bit
Hemant J. Purohit
18 Metagenomics: A Systemic Approach to Explore Microbial World
281(18)
Manoj Kumar
Jitendra Kumar
Nar Singh Chauhan
19 In Silico Reconstitution of Novel Routes for Microbial Plastic
299(18)
Vipin Chandra Kalia
Sadhana Lai
Rashmi
Ashwini Chauhan
Goutam Bhattacharyya
20 Investigating the Phylogeny of Hydrogen Metabolism by Comparative Genomics: Horizontal Gene Transfer
317(30)
Sadhana Lai
Dhananjay V. Raje
Simrita Cheema
Atya Kapley
Hemant J. Purohit
Vipin Chandra Kalia
21 Prokaryotic Contributions Towards Eukaryotic Powerhouse
347
Vipin Chandra Kalia
Dr. Vipin Chandra Kalia is presently working as Chief Scientist at Microbial Biotechnology and Genomics, CSIR-Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology, Delhi. He is a Professor of Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (AcSIR), Delhi. He obtained his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Genetics from the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. He has been elected as: (1) Fellow of the Association of Microbiologists of India (FAMI), and (2) Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences (FNASc). His main areas of research are microbial biodiversity, genomics, and evolution, bioenergy, biopolymers, antimicrobials, quorum sensing, and quorum quenching. He has published 85 papers in scientific journals such as (1) Nature Biotechnology, (2) Biotechnology Advances, (3) Trends in Biotechnology, (4) Critical Reviews in Microbiology, (5) Bioresource Technology, (6) International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, (7) PLoS ONE, (8) BMC Genomics and (9) Gene. His works have been cited 2080 times with a h index of 25 and an i10 index of 39. He has edited a book: Quorum sensing versus quorum quenching: A battle with no end in sight (2015, Springer India). He is presently the editor in chief of the Indian Journal of Microbiology and Editor of (1) PLoS ONE, (2)Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology (Korea), (3) Applied Biochemistry & Biotechnology (USA), (4) International Scholarly Research Notices (Energy), (5) Dataset Papers in Science (Microbiology), and (6) Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine. He is a life member of the following scientific societies: (1) Society of Biological Chemists of India (2) Society for Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology, India; (3) Association of Microbiologists of India; (4) Indian Science Congress Association; (5) BioEnergy Society of India, and (6) the Biotech Research Society of India (BRSI). He is also a member of the American Society for Microbiology. He can be contacted at: vckalia@igib.res.in; vc_kalia@yahoo.co.in

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