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New and future developments in microbial biotechnology and bioengineering :microbial biotechnology in agro-environmental sustainability / (D2137)

by Singh, Jay Shankar. Published by : Elsevier, (United States :) Physical details: xiii, 315 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. ISBN:9780444641915. Year: 2019 Item type: Fiction
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New and Future Developments in Microbial Biotechnology and Bioengineering: Microbial Biotechnology in Agro-environmental Sustainability describes, in detail, the various roles of microbial resources in the management of crop diseases and how microbes can be used as a source of income for biomass and bioenergy production. In addition, the book covers microbial inoculants as bio-fertilizers to enhance crop productivity, along with degraded land restoration. Users will find the latest information in the field of microbial biotechnology and its further applications in bio-fertilizers, bio-pesticides, its generation as an alternative source of energy, restoration degraded and marginal lands, the mitigation of global warming gases, and more.

Describes microbial biotechnology and its applications in sustainable agriculture
Provides information on the use of a variety of microbes for crop production
Outlines microbe-based separation techniques for the removal of metal contaminants from soil
Describes the role of microbial agents in the generation of alternative sources of energy
Includes microbial tools and technologies for the restoration of degraded and marginal lands, the mitigation of global warming gases, and the bioremediation of polluted sites

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