4 edition of Cyanobacterial and Algal Metabolism and Enviro. Biotechnology found in the catalog.
Cyanobacterial and Algal Metabolism and Enviro. Biotechnology
May 1, 1999
by Narosa Publishing House,India
Written in English
|Contributions||Tasneem Fatma (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
The book explores in detail all steps of the subject, from the preparation of stock cultures to the growth in large outdoor ponds. Dr. Becker provides a compilation of the different methods employed worldwide for the artificial cultivation of different microalgae, including recipes for culture A state-of-the-art account of research in algal /5(5). Algal Transgenics and Biotechnology Armin Hallmann Department of Cellular and Developmental Biology of Plants, University of Bielefeld, Universitätsstr. 25, D Bielefeld, Germany Correspondence: [email protected] ABSTRACT Transgenesis in algae is a complex and fast-growing technology.
Cyanobacteria / s aɪ ˌ æ n oʊ b æ k ˈ t ɪər i ə /, also known as Cyanophyta, are a phylum consisting of free-living photosynthetic bacteria and the endosymbiotic plastids, a sister group to Gloeomargarita, that are present in some commonly obtain their energy through oxygenic photosynthesis. The oxygen gas in the atmosphere of earth is produced by cyanobacteria of this (unranked): Terrabacteria. ALGATECH – The Centre of Algal Biotechnology evolved from the Laboratory of Algal Research, founded in in hout its history, the Třeboň’s site of the Institute of Microbiology of the CAS has focused on microscopic algae and their use in food and feed industries and in human and veterinary medicine. At present, the ALGATECH Centre is an internationally recognised centre.
A valuable handbook containing reviews, practical methods and standard operating procedures. A valuable and practical working handbook containing introductory and specialist content that tackles a major and growing field of environmental, microbiological and ecotoxicological monitoring and analysis Includes introductory reviews, practical analytical chapters and a comprehensive listing of. Our research interest is in the area of microalgal biology and biotechnology. The goal is to understand lipid synthesis, turnover, and lipid body biogenesis in microalgae, to rationally engineer algae for biofuel and high-value products used in aquaculture and nutraceutical industry, and to biochemically convert algal feedstock into biofuels.
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Cyanobacterial Nitrogen Metabolism and Environmental Biotechnology th Edition by Ashwani K. Rai (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Hardcover. Steven L. Percival, David W.
Williams, in Microbiology of Waterborne Diseases (Second Edition), Natural History. Cyanobacteria are classified within the Kingdom Monera (Prokaryota), Division Eubacteria, class Cyanobacteria. However, there is still significant debate over classification at higher taxonomic levels regarding the composition of orders, families, genera and species.
Cyanobacteria and algae having complex photosynthetic systems can channelize absorbed solar energy into other forms of energy for production of food and metabolites. In addition, they are promising biocatalysts and can be used in the field of “white biotechnology” for enhancing the sustainable production of food, metabolites, and green energy sources such as biodiesel.
In this review, an Cited by: This monograph contains the proceedings of the International Symposium on Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms held in Research Triangle Park, NC, SeptemberThe symposium was held to help meet the mandates of the Harmful Algal Bloom and Hypoxia Research and Control Act, as reauthorized and expanded in December W.F.
Vincent, in Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, Cyanobacteria (also called blue-green algae) are an ancient group of photosynthetic microbes that occur in most inland waters and that can have major effects on the water quality and functioning of aquatic ecosystems. They include about species in genera, with a wide range of shapes and sizes.
cyanobacterial and algal secondary metabolites. Thus, due to high pharmaceutical values, a new perspective of utilizing cyanobacteria and algae in the ﬁeld of medicine has risen.
The pathways utilized by these organisms for metabolite productions are diﬀerent (Figure1). For instance, mevalonate pathway is. Several cyanobacterial strains are also capable of diazotrophic growth. Genome sequencing has provided a large amount of information on the genetic basis of nitrogen metabolism and its control in different cyanobacteria.
Comparative genomics, together with functional studies, has led to a significant advance in this field over the past years. Applications of cyanobacteria in biotechnology Article Literature Review in Journal of Applied Microbiology (1) February with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Cyanobacteria may possess several enzymes that are directly involved in dihydrogen metabolism: nitrogenase(s) catalyzing the production of hydrogen concomitantly with the reduction of dinitrogen to ammonia, an uptake hydrogenase (encoded by hupSL) catalyzing the consumption of hydrogen produced by the nitrogenase, and a bidirectional hydrogenase (encoded by hoxFUYH) which has the capacity to Cited by: About this book A valuable handbook containing reviews, practical methods and standard operating procedures.
A valuable and practical working handbook containing introductory and specialist content that tackles a major and growing field of environmental, microbiological and ecotoxicological monitoring and analysis.
Applications of cyanobacteria in biotechnology. Abed RM(1), Dobretsov S, Sudesh K. Author information: (1)Biology Department, College of Science, Sultan Qaboos University, Al Khoud, Sultanate of Oman. [email protected] Cyanobacteria have gained a lot of attention in recent years because of their potential applications in by: "Microalgae: Biotechnology and Microbiology presents current information on methods and applications of algal cultures in a simple and concise form useful reading material for the advanced undergraduate and for those who are thinking of conducting research in the field of algal biotechnology offers good coverage of the state of microalgae research today."Cited by: biotechnology” for enhancing the sustainable production of food, metabolites, and green energy sources such as biodiesel.
In this review, an endeavor has been made to uncover. Covers: • Cyanofuels - biofuels from cyanobacteria • Cyanobacteria as a feedstock for the production of biodiesel and other biofuels • Genetic and metabolic engineering of alcohols and aldehydes • Production of terpenoids • Production of alkanes and free fatty acids • Production of hydrogen • Production of ethylene • Bioactive compounds • Antibacterials • Antifungals.
Algal Green Chemistry: Recent Progress in Biotechnology presents emerging information on green algal technology for the production of diverse chemicals, metabolites, and other products of commercial value.
This book describes and emphasizes the emerging information on green algal technology, with a special emphasis on the production of diverse chemicals, metabolites, and products from algae.
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Morpho-taxonomy of Coccoicl Cyanobacteria 1 G. Tiwari, V. Dwivedi, Richa Tandon, O. Tiwari and Rama ICant 2. Cyanobacterial Ecology and Molecular Approaches for Biodiversity Analysis "27 O. Avijcet Singh, O. Tiwari, K. Laxmipriya, S.
Deepa Devi and M. Rohinikumar Singh 3. Cyanobacteria and Micro-algae on Building Facades and Stone Surface of.
Thajuddin N, Subramanian G () Cyanobacterial biodiversity and potential applications in biotechnology. Curr Sci India 89(1)–57 Google Scholar Thein M () The use of natural resource for sustainable production of Spirulina in Myanmar crater lakes.
5th International Algae Congress, Dec 1–2, Berlin Google ScholarCited by: Possible Funding Sources for Managing Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms and Cyanotoxins in Drinking Water. OVERVIEW. Cyanobacteria, formerly known as blue-green algae, naturally occur in marine and fresh waters.
Under certain conditions cyanobacteria can grow rapidly, producing cyanobacterial blooms. ADVERTISEMENTS: Read this article to learn about the features, techniques and some major achievements of algae with biotechnology.
Beneficial Features and Suitability of Algae: Algae present a diversity of form, chemistry, genetic complexity and range of habitats that are exploitable and adaptable to commercial processes.
Distinct benefits are derived from joining Phycology with technology. Microalgae-Based Biofuels and Bioproducts: From Feedstock Cultivation to End Products compiles contributions from authors from different areas and backgrounds who explore the cultivation and utilization of microalgae biomass for sustainable fuels and chemicals.
With a strong focus in emerging industrial and large scale applications, the book summarizes the new achievements in recent years in. With the ever-increasing incidence of harmful cyanobacterial algal blooms, this monograph has added urgency and will be essential reading for all sorts of researchers, from neuroscientists to cancer research specialists.
The volume contains the proceedings of the International Symposium Price: $Algal biotechnology Algae are very primitive aquatic plants of kingdom Plantae.
They don't have plant parts like roots, stems, leaves or fruits but have filamentous or nonfilamentous thallus or body. Algal classification is based on type of photosynthetic pigment present.
Three classes of algae are Green, Brown and Red algae.