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Comprehensive Biotechnology: The principles of biotechnology,
Biotechnology is defined as the evaluation and use of biological agents and materials in the production of goods and services for industry, trade and commerce. In this four-volume set there are two main divisions of the subject matter: an academic coverage of the disciplinary underpinnings of the field in Volumes 1 and 2, followed by a practical view of the various processes and products in Volumes 3 and 4. In the integration of these two areas, other common factors dealing with product quality, process economics and government policies are introduced at appropriate points throughout all four volumes. Volume 1 specifically delineates and integrates the unifying multidisciplinary principles in terms of relevant genetic, biological, chemical and biochemical fundamentals. As in the other volumes, a glossary of terms and nomenclature guidelines is included to assist both the beginner and the non-specialist.
by Murray Moo-Young
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Natural Products Isolation,
Internationally known researchers present in detail their best techniques for the extraction and isolation of natural products, particularly those that are unknown. These authoritative experimentalists demonstrate a wide array of methodologies, ranging from separations, chromatography and ion exchange to HPLC, countercurrent and planar chromatography, SFE, and crystallization. They also address the specific problems involved in working with plans, water-soluble compounds, dereplication and partial identification, and follow-up of a natural product lead. For the less experienced they offer hands-on advice -- using real examples -- about how to approach an extraction in general, when and why to apply a particular technique, how to carry out the methods described, and how to modify conditions to suit the nature of the compound being isolated.
by Richard J. P. Cannell
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Comprehensive Biotechnology Xii,

by Dr. A. Jayakumaran Nair
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Biochemical Engineering, Second Edition,
This work provides comprehensive coverage of modern biochemical engineering, detailing the basic concepts underlying the behaviour of bioprocesses as well as advances in bioprocess and biochemical engineering science. It includes discussions of topics such as enzyme kinetics and biocatalysis, microbial growth and product formation, bioreactor design, transport in bioreactors, bioproduct recovery and bioprocess economics and design. A solutions manual is available to instructors only.
by Douglas S. Clark
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Biotechnology,a multi-volume comprehensive treatise
Bioprocessing: an exciting new engineering discipline. It combines the development and optimization of biotechnological processes with effective strategies to recover and purify the desired products. Safety as well as cost play an important role here. This volume covers the immensely differentiated spectrum of techniques and operations of bioprocessing, presented by the most competent experts in the field. An overview of upstream and downstream processing is given, fermentation and cell culture processes and the design of microbial fermenters are presented. A closing group of chapters is dedicated to issues of process validation, measurement, and regulation. Topics included are: Industrial Cell Cultures/ Pharmaceutical Proteins/ Bioreactors/ Media and Air Sterilization/ Oxygen Transfer/ Scale Implications/ Fermentation Data Analysis/ Cell and Debris Removal/ Protein Purification/ Electrokinetic Separations/ Final Recovery Steps/ Process Validation
by Hans-Jürgen Rehm
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Comprehensive Biotechnology,
The second edition of Comprehensive Biotechnology continues the tradition of the first inclusive work on this dynamic field by presenting up-to-date and essential entries on the principles and practice of biotechnology. The integration of the latest relevant science and industry practice with fundamental biotechnology concepts is presented with entries from internationally recognized world-leaders in their given fields. With two volumes covering basic fundamentals, and four volumes of applications, from environmental biotechnology and safety to medical biotechnology and healthcare, this work serves the needs of newcomers as well as established experts combining the latest relevant science and industry practice in a manageable format. Six volumes linked and enhanced with electronic components defines the dynamic and multi-displinary nature of biotechnology research, applications, and tools Revision of one of the most highly praised comprehensives of our time Edited by an international board including nobel laureates in medicine, chemistry, and physics
by Michael Butler
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Biotechnology for Agro-Industrial Residues Utilisation,Utilisation of Agro-Residues
Residues from agriculture and the food industry consist of many and varied wastes, in total accounting for over 250 million tonnes of waste per year in the UK alone. Biotechnological processing of these residues would allow these waste products to be used as a resource, with tremendous potential. An extensive range of valuable and usable products can be recovered from what was previously considered waste: including fuels, feeds and pharmaceutical products. In this way Biotechnology can offer many viable alternatives to the disposal of agricultural waste, producing several new products in the process. This book presents up-to-date information on a biotechnology approach for the utilisation of agro-industrial residues, presenting chapters with detailed information on materials and bioconversion technology to obtain products of economic importance: The production of industrial products using agro-industrial residues as substrates The biotechnological potential of agro-industrial residues for bioprocesses Enzymes degrading agro-industrial residues and their production Bioconversion of agro-industrial residues. Written by experts in Biotechnological processing of Agro-Industrial Residues, this book will provide useful information for academic researchers and industry scientists working in biotechnology, waste management, agriculture and the food industry.
by Poonam Singh-Nee Nigam
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Advances in Biotechnology,Proceedings of the Fifth International Yeast Symposium Held in London, Canada, July 20-25, 1980
Advances in Biotechnology, Volume IV: Current Developments in Yeast Research covers the proceedings of the Fifth International Yeast Symposium. The book presents several papers that discuss several aspects of yeast. Comprised of 95 chapters and organized into eight sections, the book first discusses the industrial and agricultural uses of yeast, and then covers genetics. The third section reviews sporulation and conjugation. Section IV tackles biochemistry, while Section V and Section VI talk about taxonomy, ecology, and cell cycle. The seventh section covers the Phaff symposium and the last section reviews the plenary lectures. The book will be of great interest to researchers and professionals such as botanists and agriculturists who have an interest in understanding the various aspects of yeast.
by Graham G. Stewart
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Comprehensive Biotechnology: Industrial biotechnology and commodity products,

by Murray Moo-Young
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Fermentation Products,Proceedings of the Sixth International Fermentation Symposium Held in London, Canada, July 20-25, 1980
Advances in Biotechnology, Volume III: Fermentation Products is the third of a series of three volumes and is based on the proceedings of the Sixth International Fermentation Symposium (IFS-6) held in London, Ontario, Canada, 20-25 July 1980. This volume contains 87 papers organized into nine sections. The papers under Section I deal with developments in the field of secondary metabolism (functions of secondary metabolites in the producing organisms; roles of plasmids in the biosynthesis of secondary metabolites; and protoplast fusion in industrial microorganisms). Sections II to VII examine the fermentation of antibiotics; amino acids, vitamins, and nucleotides; microbial enzymes; products from immobilized cells and enzymes; mycotoxins; and biopolymers. The final two sections present studies on bioconversions. The volume also includes the invited keynote address of Professor Hamao Umezawa ""Problems and Trends in the Development of New Antibiotics and Other Useful Microbial Products"". This volume will be a valuable resource for students and researchers in industrial microbiology, biochemical engineering and related areas, as well as managers of biotechnology.
by Claude Vezina
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Encyclopedia of Microbiology, Four-Volume Set,
The First Edition of the Encyclopedia of Microbiology was hailed by leading scientists and researchers around the world as "excellent," "outstanding," and "impressive." This Second Edition will serve as an up-to-date version of this reference which has been useful to academic, industrial, and personal libraries for years. The Encyclopedia of Microbiology, Second Edition both challenges and stimulates the reader, and illustrates the importance of microbiology, a field that cannot be over emphasized in this booming biotechnology age. Key Features * Completely redesigned and revised approach with 65% new material * Contains approximately 300 articles, 1000 illustrations, and 400 tables * New design includes thematic table of contents, combined glossary of terms, and appendix * Provides color plate sections in each volume * 17 subject areas, including exciting coverage of microbes in extreme environments and microbes in emerging infections
by Martin Alexander
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Handbook of Applied Mycology,Volume 3: Foods and Feeds
This volume supplements the other books on this subject by providing much information that is not readily available elsewhere. It opens with a taxonomy of fungi in foods and feeds and then considers ecology, spoilage, and mycotoxin production by fungi in foods and feeds. This is followed by a series
by Arora
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Scientific and Engineering Principles,Proceedings of the Sixth International Fermentation Symposium Held in London, Canada, July 20-25, 1980
Advances in Biotechnology, Volume I: Scientific and Engineering Principles is the first of a series of three volumes and is based on the proceedings of the Sixth International Fermentation Symposium (IFS-6) held in London, Ontario, Canada, 20-25 July 1980. This volume is organized into 13 sections and contains 111 papers which represent about 80% of the total submitted. Section I contains papers on microbial cultures. Section II presents studies on recombinant DNA and microbial genetics. The papers in Section III deal with plant and animal cell and tissue culture. Section IV examines the microbial oxidation of hydrocarbons. Sections V and VI focus on continuous cultures and free-cell fermentation, respectively. Section VII examines process dynamics and control. Section VIII takes up computer applications in biotechnology, while Section IX covers process instrumentation and analytical methods. Section X contains papers on transport phenomena, mixing and scale-up. Section XI examines the design and operation of unconventional bioreactors. Sections XII covers fixed-, fluidized- and semi-fluidized bed bioreactors, while Section XIII presents studies on immobilization bioreactors. The volume also includes invited keynote addresses of Nobel Laureate, Professor Joshua Lederberg, and Professor Elmer L. Gaden, Jr. Abstracts of the round-table discussion on Technology Transfer and Economics, and on Biotechnology Training Programs are presented as appendices.
by Murray Moo-Young
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Bioenergy Production by Anaerobic Digestion,Using Agricultural Biomass and Organic Wastes
Interest in anaerobic digestion (AD), the process of energy production through the production of biogas, has increased rapidly in recent years. Agricultural and other organic waste are important substrates that can be treated by AD. This book is one of the first to provide a broad introduction to anaerobic digestion and its potential to turn agricultural crops or crop residues, animal and other organic waste, into biomethane. The substrates used can include any non-woody materials, including grass and maize silage, seaweeds, municipal and industrial wastes. These are all systematically reviewed in terms of their suitability from a biological, technical and economic perspective. In the past the technical competence and high capital investment required for industrial-scale anaerobic digesters has limited their uptake, but the authors show that recent advances have made smaller-scale systems more viable through a greater understanding of optimising bacterial metabolism and productivity. Broader issues such as life cycle assessment and energy policies to promote AD are also discussed.
by Nicholas Korres
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Applied Biocatalysis,
Describing the essential steps in the development of biocatalytic processes from concept to completion, this carefully integrated text combines the fundamentals of biocatalysis with technological experience and in-depth commercial case studies. The book starts with an introductory look at the history and present scope of biocatalysis and proceeds to detailed overviews of particular areas of interest. Written by industrial and academic experts, Applied Biocatalysis will be an important addition to the bookshelf for anyone teaching the subject or working in the chemical, food manufacturing or pharmaceutical industries, who is seeking to exploit the potential of biocatalysts.
by Adrie J.J. Straathof
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