Microbial Applications in Agriculture and the Environment: A Broad Perspective.- Molecular Techniques to Assess Microbial Community Structure, Function, and Dynamics in the Environment.- The Biofilm Returns: Microbial Life at the Interface.- Future Application of Probiotics: A Boon from Dairy Biology.- Microbially Synthesized Nanoparticles: Scope and Applications.- Bacterial Quorum Sensing and its Interference: Methods and Significance.- Horizontal Gene Transfer Between Bacteria under Natural Conditions.- Molecular Strategies: Detection of Foodborne Bacterial Pathogens.- Recent Advances in Bioremediation of Contaminated Soil and Water Using Microbial Surfactants.- Bioaugmentation-assisted Phytoextraction applied to Metal-contaminated Soils: State of the Art and Future Prospects.- Biosorption of Uranium for Environmental Applications using Bacteria Isolated from the Uranium Deposits.- Bacterial Biosorption: A Technique for Remedation of Heavy Metals.- Metal Tolerance and Biosorption Potential of Soil Fungi: Applications for a Green and Clean Water Treatment Technology.- Rhizosphere and Root Colonization by Bacterial Inoculants and their Monitoring Methods: A Critical Area in PGPR Research.- Pesticide Interactions with Soil Microflora: Importance in Bioremediation.- Baculovirus Pesticides - Present State and Future Perspectives.- Fungal-based Bioinoculants for Plant Disease Management.- Mycorrhizal-based inoculants: Progress in Inoculant Production Technology.- Index.
This book focuses on successful application of microbial biotechnology in areas such as medicine, agriculture, environment and human health.
Awareness about Biotechnology has been raised worldwide, which has brought about a stronger need to find new microbes and genes for fast production
Serves as a valuable overview of recent advances in this field
Looks at the need to develop strategies and intelligent test systems for more productive use of microbial biomass and microbial products