4 edition of Microbial Diversity in Asia found in the catalog.
August 29, 2001 by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English
|Contributions||Been Hen Nga (Editor), Ken-Ichiro Suzuki (Editor), Hai-Meng Tan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
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Microbial Diversity In Asia: Technology And Prospects Hardcover – September 3, by B. Nga (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Microbial Diversity in Asia book New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover $ Author: B. Nga. The present volume describes the occurrence of diverse and new microorganisms isolated from different sites in countries in Asia.
This book includes papers written by eminent microbiologists on the following topics: microorganisms and metabolites which promote animal and plant growth; microbial versatility and its impact on environmental. Preface / Been Microbial Diversity in Asia book Nga, Hai Meng Tan and Ken-ichiro Suzuki --Ballistosporous Yeasts Found in the Phyllosphere of Asia / Takashi Nakase --Lactic Acid Bacteria in Fermented Foods in Southeast Asia / Somboon Tanasupawat and Kazuo Komagata --The Importance of Network Approach for Understanding Microbial Diversity in Asia / Makoto M.
Watanabe. This book offers the first comprehensive, in-depth treatment of microbial diversity for undergraduate and graduate students. Using a global approach, Microbial Diversity illustrates the impact of Microbial Diversity in Asia book on ecological and Earth system by: This book contains 13 separately authored chapters on the genetic diversity of microorganisms in exotic and pristine locations in Asia.
This book is written as a reference material for researchers in academia and in commercial by: 1. Diversity of microbial forms in nature allows the discovery of new microorganisms that produce different types of bioactive compounds including some which may have specific physiological effects in animals.
Asian countries possess numerous pristine and exotic locations for the isolation of new species of microorganisms. Research activities in such sciences have only recently been embarked upon. It is exemplified by the fact that more than 60 novel bacterial taxa have been isolated over the past decade from deserts located in Asian countries.
This chapter reviewed the microbial diversity in the deserts located in Asia with special emphasis on its Author: Nimaichand Salam, Microbial Diversity in Asia book Yang, Mipeshwaree Devi Asem, Wael N. Hozzein, Wen-Jun Li. In turn, the book describes how human intervention results in depletion of biodiversity, and how numerous hotspots are now losing their endemic biodiversity, resulting in the loss of many ecologically important microorganisms.
In closing, the book underscores the importance of. ADVERTISEMENTS: The below mentioned article provides notes on microbial diversity.
The term ‘microbial diversity’ or biodiversity has become so well known that a public servant is also aware about it. Microbial diversity is defined as the variability among living organisms.
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Microbial diversity in Asia: technology and prospects. [Been Hen Nga; Hai-Meng Tan; Ken-ichiro Suzuki;] -- Diversity of microbial forms in nature allows the discovery of new microorganisms that produce different types of bioactive compounds including some which may have specific physiological effects in.
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Our new understanding of microbial diversity will allow us to cure disease, engineer and conserve our environment, manufacture better products, grow more food, colonize other worlds, and so much more.
In both practical and scientific terms, microbes have given us the power to ask new questions and solve previously intractable problems. Cited by: However, the effects of the land use changes on soil microorganisms are still poorly understood in tropical regions, and in this book chapter, we discuss the effects that land use changes have on composition and diversity of microorganisms in soils of Southeast : Binu M.
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This volume summarizes recent advances in environmental microbiology by providing fascinating insights into the diversity of microbial life that exists on our planet. The first two chapters present th.
Yale’s Microbial Diversity Institute (MDI) comprises scientists who seek to understand the largely unknown microbial world. In the first MDI symposium at Yale’s West Campus in Octoberfour speakers discussed their research in diverse fields within the microbial by: 1.
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The book also includes real life examples of how the application of microbial-biotechnological principles has achieved breakthroughs in both research and industrial production.
Although written for polytechnic students and undergraduates, the book contains sufficient information to be used as a reference for postgraduate students and lecturers. Microbial Ecology is a dedicated international forum for the presentation of high-quality scientific investigations of how microorganisms interact with their environment, with each other and with their hosts.
It offers articles of original research in full paper and note formats, as well as brief reviews, commentaries and topical position papers. Despite an enormous increase in knowledge of the genetic diversity of microorganisms in natural and human-influenced habitats (e.g., agriculture, bioengineering, biotechnology) that has resulted from molecular methods of analysis, microbiologists know very little about how this genetic diversity relates to species diversity.
Species are considered the fundamental units comprising communities. Microbial diversity. Cai, L., Hyde, K.D. This underlines the need for examining the effects of herbicide exposure on the indigenous groundwater microbial communities, as microbial degradation is the major process responsible for the complete removal of most contaminants.
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Systematic and Applied Microbiologydeals with various aspects of microbial diversity and. The microbial diversity represents metabolic, structural, morphological and genetic diversity. Conventional methods for isolating and identifying microbes have been a limiting factor for exploring and exploiting microbial wealth.
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Abstract book - 3rd International Conference on Microbial Diversity Microbial Diversity THE CHALLENGE OF COMPLEXITY MD Edited by: Gianluigi Cardinali University of Perugia Laura Corte University of Perugia Luca Roscini University of Perugia Sergio Casella University of Padova Luca Cocolin University of Torino Erasmo Neviani University of Parma SIMTREA, Società Italiana di.
Mining the microbial dark matter. he emerged with only half a book of scribbled notes. The work has uncovered a breathtaking amount of microbial diversity in samples ranging from soil to Cited by: Diversity (ISSN ; CODEN: DIVEC6) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal on the science of biodiversity from molecules, genes, populations, and species, to ecosystems.
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Human life and activity depends on microorganisms, as they are responsible for providing basic elements of life. Although microbes have such a key role in sustaining basic functions for all living organisms, very little is known about their biology since only a small fraction (average 1%) can be cultured under laboratory conditions.
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