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Cambridge Core - Microbiology and Immunology - Microbial Biotechnology - by Alexander N. Fundamentals of Applied Microbiology . PDF; Export citation. [Author: Alexander N. Glazer] published on (October, ) By Alexander. N. Glazer. Download [(Microbial Biotechnology: Fundamentals of Applied pdf. document titled MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY: Fundamentals of An ideal text for courses in applied microbiology and biotechnology,this.

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We thank Ken Karpinski at Aptara for his oversight and meticulous attentionto detail inthe productionof this book and his unfailing gracious help when there were snags in the process. Finally,we thank Georgette Koslovsky for her precise and thoughtful copy editing. The combined efforts of all of these individuals have contributed a great deal to the accuracy and aesthetic quality of this book.

The authors are responsible for any imperfections that remain. Theplaceof viruses Box 1. Inthis book,wefocus onthecontributions of Bacteria,Archaea, and Fungi to microbial biotechnology.

In so doing,we include organisms fromall three domains. We also devote some attentionto the uses of viruses as well as to the problems they pose in certain technological contexts.

The domains of Bacteria and Archaea encompass a huge diversity of organisms that differ intheir sources of energy,their sources of cell carbonor nitrogen,their metabolic pathways,the end products of their metabolism, and their ability to attack various naturally occurring organic compounds.

Different bacteria and archaea have adapted to every available climate and microenvironment on Earth. Halophilic microorganisms growin brine ponds encrusted with salt,thermophilic microorganisms growon smolder- ing coal piles or in volcanic hot springs,and barophilic microorganisms live under enormous pressure in the depths of the seas.

Some bacteria are symbiontsof plants;otherbacterialiveasintracellularparasitesinsidemam- maliancells or formstable consortia withother microorganisms.

The seem- ingly limitless diversity of the microorganisms provides animmense pool of rawmaterial for applied microbiology. Viruses are not described further in this chapter but will be encountered later in the discussion of vaccines Chapter 5 the bacteria and archaea.

Branches of microbiology

Fungi are particularly effective in colonizing dry woodandareresponsibleformost of thedecompositionof plant materialsby secreting powerful extracellular enzymes to degrade biopolymers proteins, polysaccharides,and lignin. Industrial microbiology : the exploitation of microbes for use in industrial processes.

Examples include industrial fermentation and wastewater treatment. Closely linked to the biotechnology industry. This field also includes brewing , an important application of microbiology.

Microbial biotechnology : the manipulation of microorganisms at the genetic and molecular level to generate useful products. Food microbiology : the study of microorganisms causing food spoilage and foodborne illness.

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