Normal view MARC view ISBD view

Environmental biotechnology : biodegradation, bioremediation, and bioconversion of xenobiotics for sustainable development / edited by, Jeyabalan Sangeetha, PhD, Devarajan Thangadurai, PhD, Muniswamy David, PhD, Mohd Azmuddin Abdullah, PhD.

By: Sangeetha,Jeyabalan.
Contributor(s): Sangeetha, Jeyabalan | Thangadurai, D | David, Muniswamy | Abdullah, Mohd Azmuddin | [editor.] | [editor.] | [editor.] | [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oakville, ON ; Waretown, NJ : Apple Academic Press Inc., 2017Edition: 1st ed.Description: xxi, 411 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781771883627 (hardcover : acidfree paper).Uniform titles: Environmental biotechnology (Apple Academic Press) Subject(s): Bioremediation | Biodegradation | Green technologyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: No titleDDC classification: 628.5
Contents:
1. The role of general methods and mathematical models on microbial evolution, ecological interactions, and population dynamics 2. Identification of microorganisms carried by aeolian dust to other continents and their impact on public health 3. Chlorinated compounds in natural and biotechnological processes : merits, risks, and uses 4. Environmental impact of pesticide use on microbial communities and soil bioprocesses : a physiological, biochemical, and molecular perspective 5. Recent advances in applications of nanomaterials for water remediation 6. Fungal dehalogenation : an overview 7. Insight of biofuel prospects from microalgae as renewable energy source for environmental sustainability 8. Integrated algal industrial waste treatment and bioenergy co-generation 9. Bioambiant preservation of raw hides using plant-based materials : a green technology to reduce tannery waste water pollution 10. Phytoremediation of organic chemopollutants 11. Bioconversion of palm oil and sugar industry wastes into value-added polyhydroxyalkanoate 12. Influence of environmental factors on the prevalence of postharvest deterioration of raphia and shea fruits in Nigeria 13. Soil remediation and ecological restoration from heavy metal pollution and radioactive waste materials using fungal genetic and genomic resources 14. A multifaceted bioremediation of xenobiotics using fungi
Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Log in to add tags.
    average rating: 0.0 (0 votes)
Item type Current location Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode
Reference Books Reference Books CUTN Central Library

This is a searchable open catalogue of all library of the Central University of Tamil Nadu.

Reference
Reference 628.5 SAN (Browse shelf) Not For Loan 38266

1. The role of general methods and mathematical models on microbial evolution, ecological interactions, and population dynamics 2. Identification of microorganisms carried by aeolian dust to other continents and their impact on public health 3. Chlorinated compounds in natural and biotechnological processes : merits, risks, and uses 4. Environmental impact of pesticide use on microbial communities and soil bioprocesses : a physiological, biochemical, and molecular perspective 5. Recent advances in applications of nanomaterials for water remediation 6. Fungal dehalogenation : an overview 7. Insight of biofuel prospects from microalgae as renewable energy source for environmental sustainability 8. Integrated algal industrial waste treatment and bioenergy co-generation 9. Bioambiant preservation of raw hides using plant-based materials : a green technology to reduce tannery waste water pollution 10. Phytoremediation of organic chemopollutants 11. Bioconversion of palm oil and sugar industry wastes into value-added polyhydroxyalkanoate 12. Influence of environmental factors on the prevalence of postharvest deterioration of raphia and shea fruits in Nigeria 13. Soil remediation and ecological restoration from heavy metal pollution and radioactive waste materials using fungal genetic and genomic resources 14. A multifaceted bioremediation of xenobiotics using fungi

Includes bibliographical references and index.

There are no comments for this item.

Log in to your account to post a comment.

Powered by Koha