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Photosynthetic microorganisms in environmental biotechnology

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Published by Springer in Hong Kong, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bioremediation.,
  • Photosynthetic bacteria.,
  • Microalgae.,
  • Biodegradation.,
  • Algae.,
  • Biotechnology.,
  • Environmental Pollution -- prevention & control.,
  • Gram-Negative Oxygenic Photosynthetic Bacteria.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Hiroyuki Kojima, Yuan Kun Lee.
    ContributionsKojima, Hiroyuki, 1944-, Lee, Y. K.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD192.5 .P46 2001, TD192.5 .P46 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 310 p. :
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18161936M
    ISBN 109624301360
    LC Control Number00067960

      DESCRIBE THE ROLE OF MICRO ORGANISMS IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND THEIR USE IN BIOTECHNOLOGY. THE ROLE OF MICRO-ORGANISMS IN MAINTAINING BALANCE IN THE ENVIRONMENT. Autotrophic bacteria and Protists (eg algae) produce their own organic nutrients. They use carbon dioxide and release oxygen duriing photosynthesis. Book Description. Since the publication of the previous editions of the Handbook of Photosynthesis, many new ideas on photosynthesis have emerged in the past decade that have drawn the attention of experts and researchers on the subject as well as interest from individuals in other d to include 37 original chapters and making extensive revisions to the chapters that have been.

    Heterotrophic organisms ranging from E. coli to humans rely on the chemical energy found mainly in carbohydrate molecules. Many of these carbohydrates are produced by photosynthesis, the biochemical process by which phototrophic organisms convert solar energy (sunlight) into chemical energy. Although photosynthesis is most commonly associated. Photosynthetic microorganisms Life first evolved in the primordial oceans of Earth approximately four billion years ago. The first life forms were prokaryotes, or non-nucleated unicellular organisms, which divided in two domains, the Bacteria and Archaea. They lived around hot sulfurous geological and volcanic vents on the ocean floor, forming distinct biofilms, organized in multilayered.

    A) Host parasite interaction Recognition and entry processes of different pathogens like bacteria, viruses into animal and plant host cells, alteration of host cell behavior by pathogens, virus-induced cell transformation, pathogen-induced diseases in animals and plants, cell . Production of bioenergy using photosynthetic microorganisms is very attractive in terms of energy security and global environmental concerns. They consume atmospheric CO 2 and use solar energy to produce high energy biochemical(s) which are used as raw materials for biofuel production. They are renewable and can be cultivated in non‐arable Author: Balkrishna Tiwari, Sindhunath Chakraborty, Ekta Verma, Arun Kumar Mishra.


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This volume presents a collection of review articles on the use of photosynthetic microorganizms in environmental biotechnology. The main theory explored in the book is the use of photosynthetic microorganisms, which are able to utilize solar irradiance for the transformation of carbon substrates, to solve environmental : Hiroyuki Kojima.

This volume presents a collection of review articles on the use of photosynthetic microorganizms in environmental biotechnology. The main theory explored in the book is the use of photosynthetic microorganisms, which are able to utilize solar irradiance for the transformation of carbon substrates, to solve environmental problems.3/5(1).

Photosynthetic Microorganisms: Mechanism For Carbon Concentration (SpringerBriefs in Materials) [Singh, Shailendra Kumar, Sundaram, Shanthy, Kishor, Kaushal] on. The main theory is to use photosynthetic microorganisms, which are able to utilize solar irradiance for the transformation of carbon substrates, to solve environmental problems.

This book emphasizes the importance of sustaining the natural environmental with industrial development. Author:. Summary: A collection of articles on the use of photosynthetic microorganizms in environmental biotechnology.

The main theory explored is the use of photosynthetic microorganisms, which are able to utilize solar irradiance for the transformation of carbon substrates, to solve environmental problems. Introduction. This book provides a cohesive overview of carbon concentrating mechanism (CCM) of photosynthetic microorganisms such as cyanobacteria and microalgae.

This unique mechanism is by far the most spectacular physiological process in algal growth and productivity.

Due to this fact, the study of CCM has captivated phycologists, algal molecular and cellular biologists, botanists, agriculturalists.

This book provides a cohesive overview of carbon concentrating mechanism (CCM) of photosynthetic microorganisms such as cyanobacteria and microalgae.

This unique mechanism is by far the most spectacular physiological process in algal growth and productivity. Due to this fact, the study of CCM has captivated phycologists, algal molecular and cellular biologists, botanists, agriculturalists, crop.

Purchase Environmental Biotechnology, Volume 42 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Microorganisms in environmental biotechnology application Advances in Biotechnology.

Microbes like photosynthetic algae and bacteria are the most important agents of CO 2. This book was designed to serve as a primary text for two full semesters of undergraduate study (e.g., Introduction to Environmental Biotechnology or Advanced Environmental Biotechnology).

It will also be a resource text for a graduate-level seminar in environmental biotechnology (e.g., Environmental Implications of Biotechnology).

Department Environmental Biotechnology, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Permoserstr. 15, Leipzig, Germany Interests: biodegradation of pollutants; microbial adaptation to stress; microbial physiology; phospholipid fatty acids (PLFA); bacterial membrane vesicles; cell surface properties; bioremediation of marine oil spills; constructed wetlands.

The book defines the important microorganisms that are involved in environmental microbiology, the nature of the different possible environments in which they are situated, the methodologies used to monitor microorganisms and their activities, and the possible effects of microorganisms.

Environmental biotechnology has now fully regained its reputation, due to the hard work of skilled and dedicated scientists. Reliable documentation within a number of areas is rapidly accumulating, and new emerging approaches and tools are distinguishing the field.

For these reasons, this book is. "This book is a collection of the most relevant topics from a three-volume publication on Environmental Biotechnology that consisted of Environmental Processes I - Wastewater Treatment (edited ); Environmental Processes II - Soil Decontamination (edited ); and, Environmental Processes III - Solid Waste and Waste Gas Treatment, Preparation of Drinking Water (edited ).

Current Developments in Biotechnology and Bioengineering: Bioprocesses, Bioreactors and Controls provides extensive coverage of new developments, state-of-the-art technologies, and potential future trends, reviewing industrial biotechnology and bioengineering practices that facilitate and enhance the transition of processes from lab to plant scale, which is becoming increasingly important as.

Phototrophic bacteria represent a remarkable group of microorganisms which has significantly shaped the earth environment over millennia. During early ages and in the absence of oxygen in the atmosphere, photosynthetic capabilities have developed in several prokaryotic phyla, including Chlorobi, Heliobacteria, Chloroflexi, Chloracidobacteria.

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ADVERTISEMENTS: Photosynthesis in prokaryotic organisms occurs in la­mellar membrane systems called chromatophores. The chromatophores contain the pigments for the photochemical reactions but none of the subsequent biosynthetic enzymes. The pigment system includes the chlorophylls, carotenoids, and in some cases phycobilins.

However, in the purple and green bacteria. English Books Due to the Suspension of Activities at Workplace Premises that takes effect from 7th April till 1st June (or until further notice), Webstore Singapore’s order fulfillment will be delayed.

A sediment-type self-sustained phototrophic microbial fuel cell (MFC) was developed to generate electricity through the synergistic interaction between photosynthetic microorganisms and heterotrophic bacteria. Under illumination, the MFC continuously produced electricity without the external input of exogenous organics or nutrients.

The current increased in the dark and decreased with the Cited by:. Advances in Biotechnology Kumar A 1. Microbes in Biofuel Production Our environment provides us natural resources that include, air, water, soil, minerals, along with the climate and solar energy, which form the non-living or abiotic component of nature.

The ‘biotic’ or living parts of nature consist of plants, animals, and microbes (Nejat and. No microorganisms are known that release CO into the environment.

Carbon monoxide is an intermediate in the autotrophic fixation of CO 2 in certain autotrophs that do not use the reactions of the Calvin cycle (some sulfate-reducing bacteria, some methanogenic Archaea), and as such remains intracellular (see Sect.

Cited by: An ideal text for courses in applied microbiology and biotechnology courses, this book will also serve as an invaluable overview of recent advances in this field for professional life scientists and for the diverse community of other professionals with interests in biotechnology.

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