Microbial diversity in ecosystem sustainability and biotechnological applications. Volume 2, Soil and agroecosystems /

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Imprint:Singapore : Springer, 2019.
Description:1 online resource (625 pages)
Subject:Microbial diversity.
Microbial biotechnology.
Soil microbiology.
Microbial biotechnology.
Microbial diversity.
Soil microbiology.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11956151
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Varying Form of Title:Soil and agroecosystems
Other authors / contributors:Satyanarayana, T.
Das, Subrata Kumar.
Johri, B. N.
Notes:Includes index.
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Summary:This volume comprehensively reviews recent advances in our understanding of the diversity of microbes in various types of terrestrial ecosystems, such as caves, deserts and cultivated fields. It is written by leading experts, and highlights the culturable microbes identified using conventional approaches, as well as non-culturable ones unveiled with metagenomic and microbiomic approaches. It discusses the role of microbes in ecosystem sustainability and their potential biotechnological applications. The book further discusses the diversity and utility of ectomycorrhizal and entomopathogenic fungi and yeasts that dwell on grapes, it examines the biotechnological applications of specific microbes such as lichens, xylan- and cellulose-saccharifying bacteria and archaea, chitinolytic bacteria, methanogenic archaea and pathogenic yeasts.
Other form:Print version: Satyanarayana, Tulasi. Microbial Diversity in Ecosystem Sustainability and Biotechnological Applications : Volume 2. Soil and Agroecosystems. Singapore : Springer, ©2019 9789811384868