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Harnessing Microbial Potential for Multifarious Applications

Harnessing Microbial Potential for Multifarious Applications [electronic resource] / edited by Kiran Bala, Tonmoy Ghosh, Vivek Kumar, Pritam Sangwan.
1st ed. 2024.
Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2024.
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1 online resource (XX, 573 p.) 105 illus., 83 illus. in color.
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This book discusses the current state of strategies that utilize the ability of microbes to remediate waste sources, such as wastewater streams and mine tails, and provide environmentally friendly options to mitigate soil and water pollution caused due to heavy metals. It also provides details about the development of biodegradable plastics from microbial sources and how they can be economical and greener alternatives to the currently used options. It will act as a single platform for combining the remedial powers of microbes which can be both sustainable and practical under a single volume. This text will be particularly useful for govt. institutions, academicians, and industry professionals, who deal in wastewater remediation and sustainability of currently used sources of plastics and other high-value metabolites. It will also be of practical help to engineers involved in remediation processes for wastewater and industrial waste.
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Energy, Environment, and Sustainability,
Energy, Environment, and Sustainability,
Chapter 1: The use of seaweeds in the development of biodegradable packaging - recent progress for a future plastic-free
Chapter 2: Microbial biosensors for environmental quality monitoring: Recent advances and future outlook
Chapter 3: Exploring Microalgae for Vegan Therapeutic Compounds: Unveiling the Potential of Vegan Pharmaceuticals
Chapter 4: Microbial Pigments as Vegan Colors for Food and Pharmaceuticals: A sustainable Approach
Chapter 5: Exploring Microbes for Biofuels Production and Wastewater Treatment: An Eco-friendly Approach
Chapter 6: Manganese Contaminant: In-situ Advancement in Microbial Assisted Remediation Approach
Chapter 7: Unleashing Microbial Avengers
Chapter 8: Greener approach towards sustainable green plastics
Chapter 9: Zero-waste processes utilizing microbes
Chapter 10: Cyano-metabolites: Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Biotherapeutics
Chapter 11: Microbial remediation technologies for hazardous metals in soil, sediments, and water
Chapter 12: Bioplastic: Unravelling the Sustainable approach for petroleum plastic
Chapter 13: Biodegradable plastics: Environmentally friendly alternative to petroleum products
Chapter 14: Microbial Remediation Technologies for Mining Waste Management
Chapter 15: Biosensor: application in environmental management
Chapter 16: Role of plastic degrading microorganisms in microplastic contaminated natural environments
Chapter 17: Novel uses of fungi in products and services
Chapter 18: A Review of the Biotic Conversion and Diminution of 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene TNT by the Bacterial Breakdown and the Interaction of Duo
Chapter 19: Cellulases from psychrophilic and psychrotropic microorganisms and its potential applications
Chapter 20: Biofuel Production from Microbial Sources: Advances and Challenges
Chapter 21: Biohydrogen: Harnessing the Power of Microbes as an Alternative Fuel
Chapter 22: Microbial communities for plastic waste remediation.

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