By Ram Lakhan Singh
This textbook on Environmental Biotechnology not just provides an independent evaluation of the sensible organic methods presently hired to handle environmental difficulties, but in addition equips readers with a operating wisdom of the technology that underpins them. beginning with the basics of biotechnology, it as a consequence presents designated discussions of world environmental difficulties together with microbes and their interplay with the surroundings, xenobiotics and their remediation, stable waste administration, waste water therapy, bioreactors, biosensors, biomining and biopesticides.
This booklet additionally covers renewable and non-renewable bioenergy assets, biodiversity and its conservation, and techniques to tracking biotechnological industries, genetically changed microorganism and meals so that it will bring up awareness.
All chapters are written in a hugely obtainable type, and every additionally encompasses a brief bibliography for extra study. In precis this textbook bargains a necessary asset, permitting scholars, younger researchers and execs within the biotechnology to grasp the fundamentals of environmental biotechnology.
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