Bioprocessing for Value-Added Products from Renewable Resources
New Technologies and Applications
PUBLISHER: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
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Bioprocessing for Value-Added Products from Renewable Resources provides a timely review of new and unconventional techniques for manufacturing high-value products based on simple biological material. The book discusses the principles underpinning modern industrial biotechnology and describes a unique collection of novel bioprocesses for a sustainable future.
This book begins in a very structured way. It first looks at the modern technologies that form the basis for creating a bio-based industry before describing the various organisms that are suitable for bioprocessing - from bacteria to algae - as well as their unique characteristics. This is followed by a discussion of novel, experimental bioprocesses, such as the production of medicinal chemicals, the production of chiral compounds and the design of biofuel cells. The book concludes with examples where biological, renewable resources become an important feedstock for large-scale industrial production.
This book is suitable for researchers, practitioners, students, and consultants in the bioprocess and biotechnology fields, and for others who are interested in biotechnology, engineering, industrial microbiology and chemical engineering.
#65533;Reviews the principles underpinning modern industrial biotechnology
#65533;Provides a unique collection of novel bioprocesses for a sustainable future
#65533;Gives examples of economical use of renewable resources as feedstocks
#65533;Suitable for both non-experts and experts in the bioproduct industry
PUBLICATION DATE: 12/28/2006