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  • Transgenic Approach: Metal Accumulators: Efficient Phytoremediation    By: Gaurav Saxena

    Phytoremediation by the use hyper accumulator plants to modify/remove pollutants from environment is a global concern. Improvement in hyper accumulators by genetic engineering i.e. by modifying properties like metal uptake, transport, accumulation and tolerance to plants will open up the new possibilities and also will greatly expand the efficacy of Phytoremediation. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Role of International Bodies for Biodiversity Conservation    By: Shanky Bhat

    The role of international conservation organizations is a vital one, particularly in terms of brokering international agreements between governments concerned with protecting their national interests. The most far-reaching agreement on biodiversity in recent years is the Convention on Biodiversity, signed by 156 nations at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio in 1992 >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Mer Operon: Key Genes For Mercury Sequestration    By: Gaurav Jaiswal

    Mercury is one of the most toxic element whose contamination can give rise to number of diseases due to its biomagnification. It focuses on operon system found in bacteria which converts toxic form of mercury to less toxic and volatile form. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • RUBISCO- Manipulation of Photosynthetic Carbon Metabolism    By: Geetanjali Murari

    Ribulose-1,5-Bisphosphate Carboxylase Oxygenase (RuBisCO) is an enzyme involved in the Calvin cycle that catalyzes the first major step of carbon fixation. This is the most abundant protein present on Earth. This enzyme can help in sequestering carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Emergence of Gas-Phase Biosensors in Biotechnology    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Since the beginning, detecting chemical compounds has been an important tool for the growth of biological and chemical sciences. The evolution of new-age techniques such as NMR, HPLC, and GLC with enhanced capabilities with respect to reproducibility, precision, and sample handling has shown enormous potential for a sustained progress in analysis. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • The Humming Sounds of Plants and Trees.    By: Geetanjali Murari

    Can the plant talk and communicate with other creatures? This article higlights the new research on the language of plants and how can we hear them. This technology can actually resolve many environmental problems. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • The Emergence of Microbial Biosurfactants and Their Applications    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Microbial surfactants, called bioemulsifiers, are structural compounds that contain a lipophilic and a hydrophilic moiety inside the same molecule. The hydrophilic group (polar group) is derived from alcohol groups of neural lipids or ester, amino acids or carboxylate group of fatty acids phospholipids(phosphate portions), or carbohydrates of glycolipids. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • The Role of GM Crops to Protect Climate Change    By: Dilruba Peya

    Earth is a sustainable planet which produces life, sustenance, and shelter to billions of its residents, but the climate of the planet is changing and we must also change with that. To continue to get in the advantages of this planet's nourishment we have to discover ways and solutions to grow food that is able to brave the storm of climate change. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Environmental Biotechnology: Role and Scope    By: Dilruba Peya

    While pharmaceutical biotechnology signifies the stunning end of market, environmental uses are particularly more in Cinderella mould. The causes for this are quite obvious. The prospect of a treatment for the many conditions and diseases presently assured by gene therapy and several biotech-oriented medical miracles can possibly touch all of us. Our lives may, quite accurately, be altered. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Developing Trends in Marine Biotechnology    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    The impact and potential of Marine biotechnology, across a wide spectrum of applications ranging from the environment to biomedicines is well-known. Economically, the field of marine biotechnology is still on the improving side. Researchers have proposed discovery programs for certain key areas of marine biotech in order to increase the yield... application of marine bio-products. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Microbiological Indicators: Role in Monitoring Drinking Water Quality    By: Gaurav Saxena

    Water is elixir for life but safe drinking water for mankind is a big challenge of 21st century, because many people's not getting safe and clean water supply and dying of diarrheal disease. So, to encounter this global problem, the potability or suitability to drink water is analyzed by the microbiological examinations which have been globally approved. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Phytoremediation: A Green Technology For Environmental Revitalization    By: Gaurav Saxena

    Introduction Decontaminated environment is one of the major challenge of 21st century. Most of the traditional remedial technologies are more expensive and cause environmental pollution. To encounter this global issue, phytoremediation is one of the low cost and low impact alternative to these traditional technologies. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Advances in Modern Plant Biotechnology    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Plant biotechnology is categorized as: (1) traditional or the classical plant biotechnology that predominantly dealt with cell cultures that were used in the production of wine, milk products, and antibiotics; (2) modern or present day plant biotechnology that uses functional analysis at gene level. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Biotechnology in the Poultry Breeding and Farming    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Since the 1990s, molecular genetics has infused improvements in poultry breeding. Though, the world has consumed egg and meat for substantial time now, it was not until 1992 that the world saw an accelerated consumption of eggs and meat. According to sources from the World Poultry Trends, nearly 85 million tonnes of meat and eggs were consumed in 1992 and in 2000. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • The Impact of Biomass in Sustainable Development Today    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    The expansion and the impact that biomass has had on the industrial sectors worldwide is huge. Developing countries have begun shifting their focus on innovative technologies and key policies pertaining to the option of feedstocks and energy conversion platforms for industrial biotechnology and bioenergy. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Changing face of Agricultural Biotechnology and its Uses    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Agricultural/Agrifood biotechnology - Technological innovations in agriculture emphasizes on manipulation of cellular and sub-cellular structures of organisms and essential commodities that make the human food system. The manipulation of cells, plant, animal, or microbial, via physical, chemical, or biological methods is known as Agricultural Biotechnology. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Mutation Breeding of Citurs Fruits    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    An establish practice today, crop breeding developed along with human development. As our ancestors slowly and gradually evolved from gathering food to developing permanent sources of food, crop breeding became a key practice in the world today. Humans began selecting and disseminating a wide range of vegetables, fruits, and food grains to feed their ever expanding population. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Phytoplankton: Ocean Dwellers Who Can Save Our Environment.    By: Geetanjali Murari

    This article depicts about the microscopic aquatic organisms 'Phytolpankton'. There are many advantages, utilities and requirements of these ocean dwellers. They are cultured artificially for as source of energy for other aquatic life. Through this write up, I have tried to focus on the point that these are environment savior i.e. helping us in saving our nature. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Environmental Pollution and its Impact Today    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Man's domination on the ecosystem has resulted in various emergencies, disasters, and conflicts. Disasters include natural disasters such as radiological events, complex chemical emergencies, and many unexpected events. These events have had substantial impact on the environment, which in turn have hampered human health and created an ecological imbalance. According to the WHO >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Environmental Pollution - List of Most Common Pollutants    By: sippy ISSAC

    Environmental population may be regarded as the addition of extraneous (foreign) materials to air, Water or land which adversely affects the quality of life. Pollution may be caused by physical, chemical or biological process. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Nanotechnology in Bioremediation    By: Shanky Bhat

    Nanotechnology offers potential to stabilize and guard enzymes against mechanical and biotic degradation and thus increases their half-life and permits recirculation in their use while reducing the cost of bioremediation strategies. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Environmental Biotechnology: Raising New Standards For Green Marketing    By: Shivani Sharma

    Green marketing, in layman terms, is basically the development of products that are considered to be environmentally safe and sound. It involves the development of new techniques that are eco-friendly and focuses on the further introduction of strategies involving such techniques. It can also be referred to as Environmental marketing or Ecological Marketing. It, not only redefines the pre-existing >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Rapidly Advancements in Cleaner Technology    By: Shivani Sharma

    The main approach towards the green marketing is cleaner technology which involves recycling, renewable energy (wind power, solar power, biomass, hydropower, biofuels), green transportation, electric motors, green chemistry, lighting, Grey water, information technology and many other appliances that are now more eco-friendly & energy efficient. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • The New Era of Biosensors: Bionanotechnology and Applied Electronics    By: Shivani Sharma

    A Biosensor can be defined as a device that employs the use of biological components, for instance enzymes, in order to indicate the amount of a biomaterial in a particular environment or body. In Biotechnological terms, a biosensor is an integrated device that has the ability of providing full or semi-quantitative analytical information using a biological recognition element or component that is >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Wastes From Pulp and Paper Industry as Energy Source    By: Shekhar C Bisht

    The pulp and paper industry is one of the core industrial sectors associated with significant environmental concern. These paper industry generate large quantities of solid and liquid every day. Therefore, utilizing this solid waste into novel value-added uses for this residue from the paper industry is alternative way to improve environmental and energy problem. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • High Time For Effective Clean Energy Projects Exploiting Biotechnology in India    By: Arjun Radha Krishna

    This article is about the present day waste management in Indian scenario. It describes the problems and troubles caused by improper waste management facilities in developing countries like India. It also highlights the possible solution that can be taken up to ensure sustainable waste management in such countries. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Heavy Metal Resistance of Microorganisms    By: Shivika Bhatnagar

    Most of the heavy metals such as cadmium, vanadium, manganese, lead, arsenic, iron, mercury, zinc, nickel, chromium, copper, antimony etc. are toxic to biological systems, not only due to their inert nature but also due to their persistence and long run cumulative effects. The occurrence of Itai-itai disease due to cadmium, minamata disease due to arsenic are some of the examples of heavy metal pollution.Fungi, bacteria, actinomycetes, algae etc. are the major microorganisms reported to tolerate heavy metals which universally occur in diverse ecosystems. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Green House Effect - A Myth Or Reality?    By: Syed Amir Manzoor

    The article focuses on the reasons, outcomes and possible solution to the serious environmental issue of green house effect. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Actinomycetes and Bioremediation    By: Syed Amir Manzoor

    Actinomycetes have variety of applications in bioremediation. They are used in biotransformation, biodegradation and various other purposes. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Basic Tools and Methodologies Associated With Environmental Biotechnology    By: Syed Amir Manzoor

    The articles describes the key concepts associated with the environmental biotechnology and the basic tools and methodologies it utilizes for bio remediation. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Introduction and Applications of Bioremediation    By: Syed Amir Manzoor

    The article focuses on the key concepts associated with bioremediation. Bioremediation comes from two words bios means life and remediate means to decipher an issue. The degradation of noxious waste from the environment using microorganisms is called as bioremediation. Microorganisms like bacteria, fungi, algae etc take part in bioremediation. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Microbial Remediation of Waste From Paper Making and Paper Recycling Industries    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Bioremediated solid and water waste from paper industries have potential to be utilized as material for land filling and fertilizers respectively. Fertilizer value of bioremediated waste is in fact upgraded by nitrogen fixing activities of bacterial flora indigenous to waste water. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Exploitation of Microorganism and Microbial Enzyme Forthe Processing of Coir Pith    By: soumya T.V

    Microbial degradation of coir pith is considered to be a safe,effective and environmentally friendly process. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Bioextraction Mechanisms of Metals From Their Ores    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Metal leaching by bacteria is ecofriendly metallurgical process. Only these bacteria are able to extract all the metal present in the respective ore at very low concentration or in presence of other impurities. Comparatively, traditional physicochemical extractions processes like heap leaching, roast smelting and molal extraction can be utilized in mining industries only when ore consist of sufficient concentration of metal. This is very important consideration, when the richer mineral deposits worldwide are being exploited by abiotic leaching processes. One day, such exploitation will sure result in formation of low grade ores which would have depleted mineral content. That time no option other than bioleaching would be available for extraction of metals and it will be an important process for the recovery of minerals from their ores. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Succession Stages of Hydrosere    By: Aritri Ghosh

    This articles features the succession stages of hydrosere to mesic vegetation. Hydrosere is primary succession sequences which develop in aquatic environments such as lakes and ponds. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • The Climax Concept - Theories and Categories    By: Aritri Ghosh

    The climax is the ultimate step in ecological succession.This article features in theories of climx and categories of climax. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Succession Stages of Xerosere    By: Aritri Ghosh

    This articles features on how the xerosere succeeds to a tree stage forming a forest. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Cold Adaptation by Microorganisms    By: PIYUSH JOSHI

    Article submits the versatility of microbes, which are able to withstand harsh conditions, and are often submitted to rapid variations of temperature, which can influence the response of microorganisms either directly or indirectly, also known as cold acclimation. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Bioremediation by Cold Tolerant Microbes    By: Shekhar C Bisht

    Bioremediation is a process to accelerate the natural biodegradation rates through the optimization of limiting environmental conditions and is an ecologically and economically effective method. Low-temperature biodegradation of organic contaminants in cold ecosystems is a result of the degradation capacity of the indigenous psychrophilic microbial population. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • The History of Botany | Botanists in Philippines    By: Zandro Cabaral

    Plants provide more than half the world's oxygen supply. There are different studies done around the world to maximize the uses of plant species specifically the therapeutic uses. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Phytoremediation - Use of green plants to remove pollutants    By: Dr. Suresh Kaushik

    The major challenge facing society in the twenty-first centaury is to feed and provide for increasing numbers of people while protecting human health and the environment. Over the last centaury, increasingly wide spread heavy metal pollution and organic contaminants have caused many areas to become non-arable and hazardous for both wildlife and human populations. Industrial waste products account for most heavy metals pollution, although sewage and household waste also introduce substantial levels of toxic metals into the environment. Contaminated soils and waters pose a major environmental human problem. Physical, chemical and biological processes are already being used to remediate contaminated soil, but these techniques can grossly disrupt the polluted site and are expensive. This problem may be solved by the emerging phytoremediation technology that employs the use of higher plants for the cleanup of contaminated environments. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Bioremediation - A Weapon to Tackle Oil Spills    By: Pournami Gouthaman

    Bioremediation for oil spill cleanup: The release of petroleum hydrocarbons into the environment, especially into oceans can affect the marine ecosystem, birds and human. The action of naturally occurring oil degrading microbes are slow. Bioremediation is the process of using microbes to clean up waste material or pollutants. The addition of exogenous microbes or stimulating indigenous oil eaters can speed up the cleaning up process. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Waste Water Treatment Steps: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Treatment    By: Sandhya Anand

    Although water pollution has obtained the help of technology and governments to reduce its impacts, this is still a concern in the global scenario of increasing water scarcity. The treatment of waste water aims to make it less toxic and more ecofriendly and biodegradable. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Impact of Waste Management    By: Akash Mukherjee

    This article attempts to summarize, taking India as an example, the various dimensions in which Waste, and it's management can impact the environment, economy and human health. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Phytoremediation - Greener Approach to Control Pollution    By: Sandhya Anand

    Phytoremediation is the use of plants to remediate the sites where the contaminants are either metals or organic compounds. The process is efficient at sites with low to medium level of contaminants. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Biological Degradation of Xenobiotics    By: Shikha Sharma

    Xenobiotics are man-made chemical compounds that are very difficult to degrade. These compounds are made by synthetic organic chemicals and are stranger to the biosphere. They accumulate in the environment and cause harmful effects on the living system. Xenobiotics include chemically synthesized compounds such as pesticides, polyethylene, polystyrene & PVC. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Greenhouse Effect - Importance and Types    By: Amna Adnan

    The effect of greenhouse keeps the environment warm because it receives sunlight in the form of light. It converts the light into thermal radiations which can be used for various purposes. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Biotechnology and Environment Protection    By: Nidhi Uppangala

    Environment has been contaminated with non biodegradable compounds due to the revolution in science and technology. Most common contaminates found in the environment are commercial hydrocarbons, Organo-halogenated compounds like trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethane and much more. All these environmental contaminants can be degraded by using a biotechnology technique known as bioremediation. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Steps Involved in Nitrogen Cycle    By: Amna Adnan

    Nitrogen cycle is the conversion of atmospheric nitrogen into usable form and then its conversion back into atmospheric nitrogen. There are specific steps involved in this cycle. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Methods of Wastewater Treatment    By: Amna Adnan

    Wastewater treatment used to clean the wastewater and sewage. There are three processes through which it can be purified. Biological, Physical and Chemical Water Treatments. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology


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