Microbes for a Sustainable Environment and Human Welfare: Advancements and Opportunities


Ronaldo Anuf Alexander (Editor) – Department of Biotechnology, Kamaraj College of Engineering and Technology, Virudhunagar, Tamilnadu, India
Vishnu Sankar Sivasankarapillai (Editor) – Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, NSSHindu College, Changanacherry, Kottayam, Kerala, India

Series: Microbiology Research Advances
BISAC: SCI045000

One of the major challenges faced by the world today is developing innovative and cost-effective bio-based technologies for sustaining a greener Earth, and the interactions between living beings are gaining renewed interest and value. This book describes advancements and opportunities for creating a sustainable environment for the welfare of humans with the help of microbes. Microbial activities are unique; their approaches can reduce stress on the environment, agricultural ecosystem, and soil biodiversity sustainability. A multidisciplinary view of microbial sustainability is presented in this book.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Genetic Engineering Of Microorganisms: Advancement And Challenges
K. Ravishankar , Phd, B. Madhumathi Devi, V. Tamil Elakkiya, Phd, And A. Ronaldo Anuf, Phd

Chapter 2. Sustainable Bioactive Metabolite Compound From Microalgae For Pharmaceutical Industry
Ramizah Kamaludin, Tan Kean Meng, Siti Nurfatimah Mohd Shahpudin, Phd, Mohamad Hafizi Abu Bakar, Phd, Razif Harun, Phd, And Mohd Asyraf Kassim, Phd

Chapter 3. Fungal Clan For Assisting The Treatment Of Industrial Outpour As Myco-Antidotes
M. A. Sundaramahalingam And P. Sivashanmugam, Phd

Chapter 4. Biosynthesis Of Nanoparticles Using Microorganisms
Devi Baskar And Arun Karthick Selvam, Phd

Chapter 5. Therapeutic Application Of Microorganisms
N. Prabhu, Phd, S. Karthika Devi, Phd, And T. Gajendran, Phd

Chapter 6. Application Of Microorganisms For The Production Of Biofuels-Emerging Trends And Opportunities
R. Kheerthana, S. Vishnu Sankar, Sabya Sachi Das, R. Ravishanker And A. Ronaldo Anuf

Chapter 7. Bioremediation Of Hydrocarbons Using Microbial Species
R. Karthika, Phd, B. Jayanthi, Phd And T. Sevankumar, Phd

Chapter 8. Role Of Microbial Electrolysis Cell In Clean Hydrogen Production
B. Jayanthi, Phd, R. Karthika, Phd

Chapter 9. Microbial Bioremediation Methods
Dharunya Govindarajan

Chapter 10. Magnetotactic Bacteria: Revisiting The Living Magnets
Nibedita Dey, Phd


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