Thermophilic Moulds in Biotechnology by B.N. Johri, T. Satyanarayana, J. Olsen
By B.N. Johri, T. Satyanarayana, J. Olsen
All very important points of thermophilic moulds resembling systematics, ecology, body structure and biochemistry, construction of extracellular and intracellular enzymes, their function in spoilage of shops items and sturdy and liquid waste administration, and basic and molecular genetics were handled comprehensively via specialists during this publication which covers growth within the box during the last 30 years because the seminal publication Thermophilic Fungi released by way of Cooney and Emerson in 1964. The specialists have reviewed wide literature on all points of thermophilic moulds in a truly complete demeanour.
This publication might be beneficial for graduates in addition to post-graduate scholars of lifestyles sciences, mycology, microbiology and biotechnology, and as a reference e-book for researchers.
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