Microbes: Health and Environment Volume III

Ashok K. Chauhan (Redaktør) ; Ajit Varma (Redaktør)

Microbes: Health and Environment highlights the interrelatedness of microbes with life and the environment. It stresses that microbes have a beneficial impact on human life and environment. It covers the various aspects of microbes such as molecular biology, interrelationships, microbial intervention in our environment, microbial biotechnology, genetics, their immunology, biochemistry, economic importance, interaction with medicinal plants, human beings, industrial relevance, influence on our health and so on. Les mer
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Microbes: Health and Environment highlights the interrelatedness of microbes with life and the environment. It stresses that microbes have a beneficial impact on human life and environment. It covers the various aspects of microbes such as molecular biology, interrelationships, microbial intervention in our environment, microbial biotechnology, genetics, their immunology, biochemistry, economic importance, interaction with medicinal plants, human beings, industrial relevance, influence on our health and so on. It is an asset for enterprising students, teachers, and scientists.

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Microbes for Health Management; Fungal Phytases in ameliorating nutritional status of foods and combating environmental phosphorus pollution; Medicinal plants and microbes: Impact on health and sustainable environment; Mushroom and food value Seaweeds: Wealth of the ocean and their impact; Plant viruses: Valuable resources for biotechnological Impact of Microorganisms on Environment and Health; Synergism between Medicinal Plants and Microbes; Gloriosa superba L.: Biology and Biotechnological Strategies for Conservation; Antimicrobial Activity of Some Ayurvedic Plant Drugs: An Appraisal of Evidence Based Researches; Cyanobacteria for Soil Health and Sustainable Agriculture; Cyanobacterial Secondary Metabolites: Emerging Trends and Prospects; Inter-Relationships of Physical and Biological Aspects of Soil Health in Sandy Soil; Clostridium botulinum: The source of Bioterror and Beauty; Forms and Functions of Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria; Microbial Population and Biomass C and N in the Rhizophere of Albizia Iebbeck L. and Gmelina arborea Roxb. in a 'jhum' fallow in Northeast India; Effect of Co-inoculation of AM fungi and Bradyrhizobium japonicum on Nodulation, Nitrogen and Phosphorus Contents in Soya bean; Fungus Protoplast: Impediments on Biotechnology; Fungal Phytases in Ameliorating Nutritional Status of Foods and Combating Environmental Phosphorus Pollution; Microbial Intervention in Arsenic Rich Environment; Applications of Alkalistable and Thermostable Microbial Xylanolytic Enzymes in Pulp and Paper Industry; Bioleaching and Microbial Mineral Degradation; Environmental Benefits of Xylanase-Assisted Prebleaching of Kraft Pulps.