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Actinobacteria Application in Bioremediation and Production of Industrial Enzymes

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateurs : Amoroso Maria Julia, Benimeli Claudia Susana, Cuozzo Sergio Antonio

Couverture de l’ouvrage Actinobacteria

This book describes isolated actinobacteria from different environments, and how these can be used to bioremediate heavy metals and pesticides in contaminated sites. It also describes how free-living actinobacteria acquire the capability to produce nodules in plants and how this factor could be important for accelerating the degradation of pesticides in soils or slurries. Some chapters show how actinobacteria can be used to produce industrial enzymes and metabolites under different physicochemical conditions for use in the food industry. This book will interest professionals involved with waste management, environmental protection, and pollution abatement.

Biology of Actinomycetes in the Rhizosphere of Nitrogen-Fixing Plants

Cultural Factors Affecting Heavy Metals Removal by Actinobacteria

Morphological Changes and Oxidative Stress in Actinobacteria during Removal of Heavy Metals

Activation of Silent Genes in Actinobacteria by Exploiting Metal Stress

Overview of Copper Resistance and Oxidative Stress Response in Amycolatopsis tucumanensis, a Useful Strain for Bioremediation

Multi-metal Bioremediation by Microbial Assisted Phytoremediation

Cooperative Activity of Actinobacteria and Plants in Soil Bioremediation Processes

Cadmium Bioremediation by a Resistant Streptomyces Strain

Streptomyces from Soils Contaminated with Boron Compounds

Biodegradation of Pesticides by Actinobacteria and their Possible Application in Biobed Systems

Lindane Removal Using Streptomyces Strains and Maize (Zeas mays) Plants

Actinobacteria Consortia as Lindane Bioremediation Tool for Liquid and Soil Systems

Chlordane Biodegradation Under Aerobic Conditions by Actinobacteria Strains

Metabolic Diversity and Flexibility for Hydrocarbon Biodegradation by Rhodococcus

Cold-active Enzymes Bioprospecting from Actinobacteria Isolated from Beagle Channel, in South Extreme of Argentina

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