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K.R. Aneja,R.S. Mehrotra

Published by New Age International (P) Limited (2015)

ISBN 10: 8122437966 ISBN 13: 9788122437966

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About this Item: New Age International (P) Limited, 2015. Softcover. Condition: New. 2nd edition. Updated and extensively rewritten in lucid style in accordance with modern taxonomic proposals providing clear explanation of the following: Broad introduction to the field of mycology. Morphology, taxonomy, ecology, life cycle, pathological relationships and commercial utilization of the fungi. Recent and old classification systems. History of mycology highlighting the significant contributions made by eminent mycologists, both Indian and foreign. Fungal role as plant and human pathogens. Fungal role in biodeterioration, spoilage of foods as mycotoxins producer and as poisonous mushrooms. Fungal applications emphasizing their role as saprotrophs, in bioremediation, as mycopesticides to control weeds, crop pathogens, plant parasitic nematodes and arthropod pests. Role of fungi in production of foods, beverages, single-cell protein, enzymes, organic acids and antibiotics. Heterothallism, parasexual cycle, sex hormones, physiological specialization, evolutionary tendencies and phylogeny of fungi, and pattern of succession on plant substrates. Each chapter ends with multiple choice and review questions. This revised edition will serve as invaluable tool for postgraduate, graduate, honours and research students, physicians and teachers of Botany, Plant Pathology, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Environmental Science, Food & Nutrition, Pharmacy and B.Tech, in addition for all who work with or are interested in fungi including lichens, slime molds and yeasts. Printed Pages: 714. Seller Inventory # 86014

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K.R. Aneja,R.S. Mehrotra

Published by New Age International (P) Limited (2011)

ISBN 10: 8122430481 ISBN 13: 9788122430486

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About this Item: New Age International (P) Limited, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Fungal Diversity and Biotechnology is well illustrated and written in a simple and lucid style in accordance with modern taxonomic proposals, providing clear explanation of the structure, life cycle, reproduction, classification and importance of fungi, one of the most diverse groups of living organisms. In addition to their role as pathogens of economically important plants and humans, their biotechnological applications emphasizing their role as saprotrophs and in bioremediation of polluted soils, their use as biocontrol agents and inoculants in agriculture and their practical applications from the preparation of foods and beverages to drug production are clearly described. Modern topics such as fungal genetics and alternative genetic systems in fungi are also covered. Each chapter ends with review questions and selected references. This book will be invaluable for post-graduate, graduate and honours students, research workers and teachers of Microbiology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Botany, Plant Pathology and Pharmacy. In addition to the B.Tech. students of Engineering, it will also be of interest to those working in microbial ecology, molecular biology, cultivation of edible mushrooms and those looking for up-to-date information and require an overview of the traditional and more recent applications of molds, yeasts and mushrooms and insight into potential areas of their future use. Salient features * A comprehensive treatment of the fungi as human and plant pathogens and their economic importance to everyday life. * Due emphasis on the history of mycology, highlighting the notable contributions made by internationally renowned mycologists, both Indian and Foreign. * Due emphasis on modern taxonomic proposals. * Updated life cycles represented diagrammatically for clear understanding. * Broad overview of genetics of fungi and fungal biotechnology. * Traditional and biotechnological applications of fungi in agriculture, food industry, fermentation, and as producers of SCP, antibiotics and other drugs. * Role of fungi as saprotrophs and in biodeterioration. * This is the one essential book for all who work with or are interested in fungi (including lichens, slime molds and yeasts). Printed Pages: 740. Seller Inventory # 14738

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K.R. Aneja and R.S. Mehrotra

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About this Item: New Age Publisher, 2011. Contents  I Fungi Introduction and Historical Development 1  Fungi and Fungus-like Organisms?Introduction and Classification 2 Historical Development of Mycology II Fungal Diversity Kingdom Fungi 1 Phylum Chytridiomycota Class Chytridiomycets Zoosporic Fungi 2 Phylum Zygomycota Class Zygomycetes 3 Phylum Zygomycota Class Trichomycetes 4 Phylum Ascomycota Introduction 5 Phylum Ascomycota Class Pneumocystidomycetes 6 Phylum Ascomycota Class Schizosaccharomycetes 7 Phylum Ascomycota Class Taphrinomycetes 8 Phylum Ascomycota Class Saccharomycetes 9  Phylum Ascomycota Class Euascomycetes 10 Phylum Basidiomycota Introduction 11 Phylum Basidiomycota Class Urediniomycetes 12 Phylum Basidiomycota Class Ustilaginomycetes 13 Phylum Basidiomycota Class Basidiomycetes 14 Anamorphic Fungi Deuteromycetes III Fungi as Mutualistic Symbionts of Photobionts 1 Lichens IV Fungal Diversity-Kingdom StraminipilaChromitsa 1 Kingdom Straminipila Heterokont Zoosporic Organisms Phylum Oomycota 2 Phylum Hyphochytriomycota Class Hyphochytriomycetes 3 Phylum labyrinthulomycota Net Slime Molds  V Fungal Diversity-Kingdom Protozoa 1  Kingdom Protozoa Phylum Plasmodiophoromycota Endoparasitic Slime Molds 2 Phylum Dictyosteliomycota Dictyostelid Cellular Slime Molds 3 Phylum Acrasiomycota Acrasid Cellular Slime Molds 4 Phylum Myxomycota Plasmodial or True Slime Molds  VI Genetic Variation Involving Recombination without Meiosis 1 Compatibility and Alternative Genetic Systems in Fungi VII Fungal Ecology and Biotechnology 1 Fungi as Saprotrophs and their Role in Nutrient Cycling and Bioremediation 2 Fungal Biotechnology Introduction and Applications 3  Fungi in Agricultural Biotechnology 4 Fungi in Food Biotechnology 5 Fungi in Medical Biotechnology 6 Fungi in Industrial Biotechnology Fungal Diversity and Biotechnology is well illustrated and written in a simple and lucid style in accordance with modern taxonomic proposals providing clear explanation of the structure life cycle reproduction classification and importance of fungi one of the most diverse groups of living organisms In addition to their role as pathogens of economically important plants and humans their biotechnological applications emphasizing their role as saprotrophs and in bioremediation of polluted soils their use as biocontrol agents and inoculants in agriculture and their practical applications from the preparation of foods and beverages to drug production are clearly described Modern topics such as fungal genetics and alternative genetic systems in fungi are also covered Each chapter ends with review questions and selected referencesThis book will be invaluable for post-graduate graduate and honours students research workers and teachers of Microbiology Biotechnology Biochemistry Botany Plant Pathology and Pharmacy In addition to the BTech students of Engineering it will also be of interest to those working in microbial ecology molecular biology cultivation of edible mushrooms and those looking for up-to-date information and require an overview of the traditional and more recent applications of molds yeasts and mushrooms and insight into potential areas of their future useSalient featuresA comprehensive treatment of the fungi as human and plant pathogens and their economic importance to everyday lifeDue emphasis on the history of mycology highlighting the notable contributions made by internationally renowned mycologists both Indian and ForeignDue emphasis on modern taxonomic proposalsUpdated life cycles represented diagrammatically for clear understandingBroad overview of genetics of fungi and fungal biotechnologyTraditional and biotechnological applications of fungi in agriculture food industry fermentation and as producers of SCP antibiotics and other drugsRole of fungi as saprotrophs and in biodeteriorationThis is the one essential book for all who work with or are interested in fungi including lichens slime molds and yeasts 740 pp. Seller Inventory # 94625

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B.P. Chamola,J. Singh,J.P. Tiwari,Rajni Gupta,T.N. Lakhanpal

Published by APH Publishing Corporation (2009)

ISBN 10: 8131305414 ISBN 13: 9788131305416

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This volume contains wide ranging modern Topics on microbial biotechnology, applied Microbiology and microbial ecology. The authors have done a tremendous Job of synthesizing all the informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book has been aimed to emphasize on diverse uses of microbes involved in biotechnology, most dear to Professor Mukerji. Contents: Preface 1. Synnmukerjiomyces Thermophile a New Thermophilic Hyphomycete from India/K.R. Aneja and Raj Kumar 2. Biology of Delta-Endotoxins Produced by Bacillus Thuringiensis/Neema Agarwal, Y.P. Khanna, A. Selvapandiyan and R.K. Bhatnagar 3. Active Efflux - A Mechanism for Metal Ion Resistance in Bacteria/Sheela Srivastava, R. Choudhury and N. Joshi 4. Single-Cell Proteins/Inderjeet Singh Bakshi 5. Fungal Allelopathy - An Overview/Rajni Gupta 6. Involvement of Cellular Mechanisms in the Development of Drug Resistance in Bacteria/Kiran Singh, Protiti Bose and Mohd. Sarosh Khan 7. Microbial Enzymes for Detergent Application/R.K. Saxena, W. Sheba Davidson and Rani Gupta 8. Microbial Phytases in Food Biotechnology/Ashima Bali and T. Satyanarayana 9. Molecular Probes in Detection and Monitoring of Fluorescent Pseudomonads/Bhavdish N. Johri 10. Bacterial Thermostable Cellulase-Free Xylanases in Environment Friendly Paper Pulp Bleaching Technology/A. Archana and T. Satyanarayana 11. Aflatoxins : Knowing and Combating a Major Health Hazard/Chitreshwar Sen, Saswati Bardhan and B. Dasgupta 12. Protoplast Fusion for Improvement of Fungal Strains/Sumeet 13. Health Problems in Buildings - A Holistic Approach/Jagjit Singh and Douglas Oughton 14. Plant Pathogens and Microbial Products as Agents for Biological Weed Control/Robert E. Hoagland 15. Microbial Herbicides : Factors in Development/Surinder Kaur 16. Microwave Treatment and Other New Methods for Eradicating the Dry Rot Fungus (Serpula Lacrymans) Wulf. : Fr. (Schroet.)/Jorgen Bech-Andersen and Steen Andrew Elborne 17. Serpula Lacrymans, the Dry Rot Fungus : A Much Misunderstood Organism/John W. Palfreyman, Gordan A. Low, Christopher Westwood and Nia A. White 18. Microbial Technology in the Biocontrol of Post Harvest Diseases/N.K. Mehrotra and Neeta Sharma 19. Microbes in Biocontrol of Heavy Metal Pollution/S.K. Katiyar and R. Katiyar 20. Root Exudation and its Implication on Rhizosphere Mycoflora/Rupam Kapoor 21. Microbial Ecology of Plant Surfaces - Living and Conserved Materials/Anjula Pandey 22. Management of Soil Borne Pathogens Through Plants and their Products/M.N. Khare and H.K. Jharia 23. Interactions Between Soil Mycoflora and VA Mycorrhizal Fungi in Relation to Growth of Vigna Umbellata/Vandana Joshi 24. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Technology for the Future/C. Manoharachary 25. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Under Salinity and Drought Conditions/Bhoopander Giri and B.P. Chamola 26. Mineral Nutrition in VA Mycorrhizal Plants/P. Ramarao, C. Manoharachary and B. Bhadraiah 27. Mycorrhiza Under Stress Conditions/C.S. Singh 28. Mycorrhiza Aided Biological Hardening of in Vitro Raised Plantlets/Sudha, H. Kaur, A. Narula, Sanjeev Kumar, P.S. Srivastava and A. Varma 29. Nematophagous Fungi with Special Reference to Interaction with Nematodes/Geeta Saxena and Neelima Mittal 30. Head Smut of Paspalum Scrobiculatum L. : Transmission and Management/A.K. Jain and M.N. Khare 31. A Re-Appraisal of the Genus Morchella in India/T.N. Lakhanpal and O.S. Shad 32. The Laboulbeniomycetes : Developmental Patterns/Anupama Pathak Printed Pages: 620. Seller Inventory # 37611

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J P Tewari; T N Lakhanpal; Jagjit Singh; Rajni Gupta and B P Chamola

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Synnmukerjiomyces thermophile a new Thermophilic Hyphomycete from India/K.R. Aneja and Raj Kumar. 2. Biology of Delta Endotoxins produced by Bacillus thuringiensis/Neema Agarwal Y.P. Khanna A. Selvapandiyan and R.K. Bhatnagar. 3. Active efflux a mechanism for metal ion resistance in bacteria/Sheela Srivastava R. Choudhury and N. Joshi. 4. Single cell proteins/Inderjeet Singh Bakshi. 5. Fungal Allelopathy an overview/Rajni Gupta. 6. Involvement of cellular mechanisms in the development of drug resistance in bacteria/Kiran Singh Protiti Bose and Mohd. Sarosh Khan. 7. Microbial enzymes for detergent application/R.K. Saxena W. Sheba Davidson and Rani Gupta. 8. Microbial Phytases in food biotechnology/Ashima Bali and T. Satyanarayana. 9. Molecular probes in detection and monitoring of Fluorescent Pseudomonads/Bhavdish N. Johri. 10. Bacterial thermostable cellulase Free xylanases in environment friendly paper pulp bleaching technology/A. Archana and T. Satyanarayana. 11. Aflatoxins knowing and combating a major health hazard/Chitreshwar Sen Saswati Bardhan and B. Dasgupta. 12. Protoplast fusion for improvement of fungal strains/Sumeet. 13. Health problems in buildings a holistic approach/Jagjit Singh and Douglas Oughton. 14. Plant pathogens and microbial products as agents for biological weed control/Robert E. Hoagland. 15. Microbial herbicides factors in development/Surinder Kaur. 16. Microwave treatment and other new methods for eradicating the Dry Rot Fungus (Serpula lacrymans) Wulf. Fr. (Schroet.)/Jorgen Bech Andersen and Steen Andrew Elborne. 17. Serpula lacrymans the Dry Rot Fungus a much misunderstood organism/John W. Palfreyman Gordan A. Low Christopher Westwood and Nia A. White. 18. Microbial technology in the biocontrol of post harvest diseases/N.K. Mehrotra and Neeta Sharma. 19. Microbes in biocontrol of heavy metal pollution/S.K. Katiyar and R. Katiyar. 20. Root exudation and its implication on Rhizosphere Mycoflora/Rupam Kapoor. 21. Microbial ecology of plant surfaces living and conserved materials/Anjula Pandey. 22. Management of soil borne pathogens through plants and their products/M.N. Khare and H.K. Jharia. 23. Interactions between soil mycoflora and VA Mycorrhizal fungi in relation to growth of Vigna umbellata/Vandana Joshi. 24. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal technology for the future/C. Manoharachary. 25. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi under salinity and drought conditions/Bhoopander Giri and B.P. Chamola. 26. Mineral nutrition in VA Mycorrhizal plants/P. Ramarao C. Manoharachary and B. Bhadraiah. 27. Mycorrhiza under stress conditions/C.S. Singh. 28. Mycorrhiza aided biological hardening of in vitro raised plantlets/Sudha H. Kaur A. Narula Sanjeev Kumar P.S. Srivastava and A. Varma. 29. Nematophagous fungi with special reference to interaction with nematodes/Geeta Saxena and Neelima Mittal. 30. Head smut of Paspalum scrobiculatum L. Transmission and management/A.K. Jain and M.N. Khare. 31. A re appraisal of the Genus Morchella in India/T.N. Lakhanpal and O.S. Shad. 32. The Laboulbeniomycetes developmental patterns/Anupama Pathak. Index. This volume contains wide ranging modern topics on microbial biotechnology applied microbiology and microbial ecology. The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book has been aimed to emphasize on diverse uses of microbes involved in biotechnology most dear to Professor Mukerji. 568 pp. Seller Inventory # 73255

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Edited by D.J. Bagyaraj, K.V.B.R. Tilak and H.K. Kehri

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2012)

ISBN 10: 9381450102 ISBN 13: 9789381450109

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 36 Col. plates, tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Microbial bio-diversity evolution and conservation major concerns and missing linksHN Gour SM Paul Khurana and K Joshi 2 Soil organisms key factor to plant and soil healthRaghvendra Pratap Narayana and Pallavi Rai 3 Taxonomy of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi with special reference to glomus speciesAshok Aggarwal Anju Tanwar Neetu and RS Mehrotra 4 Diversity of PGPR microbes in pesticides degradationVC Khilare SN Kanade AB Ade and LV Gangawane  5 Application of state of the art microbial biotechnology coupled with phycoremedial measures for the treatment of secondary liquid effluents of a gelatine manufacturing industrySudhir D Ghatnekar and Santosh M Sharma 6 Biodiversity in mycotoxigenic fungiSM Reddy S Girisham and V Koteswara Rao  7 Diversity of nematodes and their problems in agroecosystemSP Tiwari and MN Khare 8 Potentials of trichoderma as biocontrol agent its ecology and biodiversityDK Agarwal and RK Sharma 9 Litter decomposition in tropical  humid forestPranita Borah and GD Sharma 10 Microbes and green technology soil plant microbe interaction perspectiveJamaluddin and Anuj Kumar Singh 11 Mangrove ecosystem a marine resource for useful microorganismsNibha Gupta Uday Chand Basak and Ajay Kumar Mohapatra 12 Fungi of  Indoor environment a qualitative studyDeepmala Pandey and Nisha Misra 13 Rhizosphere biotechnology strategies for biocontrol of aflatoxin production in maize cropAK Roy NL Mandal and SRoy 14 Algal component in lichen formation a reviewNavneet Kaur and MP Sharma 15 Mycorrhizal diversity in different ecosystemsRS Upadhyay R Raghuwanshi and Akhilesh Kumar 16 Biodegradation of green manure by soil mycofloraAsha Sinha and Manisha Srivastava 17 Relationship of soil nutrients with plant Pathogens and diseases caused by themMN Khare 18 Mycorrhizal symbiosis a new dimension for agriculture and environmental development to improve production in sustainable mannerKamal Prasad and AK Pandey 19 Botanical pesticides an eco-chemical natural alternativesNK Dubey Ravindra Shukla Priyanka Singh Archana Singh and Bhanu Prakash 20 Chemistry and fluorescent behaviour of some lichens from Garhwal HimalayaMP Sharma and Amit Jakhal 21 Candida albicans diversity identification genome and its life cycleKamal Rai Aneja Chetan Sharma Ashish Aneja and Parveen Surain 22 Arbuscular mycorrhizal Fungi in agroforestry systemsAshok Shukla Deepak Vyas and Anuradha Jha 23 Diversity of AM Fungi in rhizosphere of tree species of Indian Thar DesertNishi Mathur Mehboob Chouhan Mohnish Vyas Shilpa Yadav Minal Tamboli and Anil Vyas  24 Extremophiles the enigmatic lifeShagun Sharma and Rohit Sharma 25 Innovative package of microbes and fly ash for the reclamation of salt affected soilsRollie Varma and Avinash Pratap Singh 26 Taxonomic diversity of AM fungi in alkaline soils of upper Gangetic plains of AllahabadVarun Khare and Pooja Rai 27 Role of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria as biocontrol agentsC Manoharachary and KVBR Tilak 28 Soil microbial diversity in natural and man made forage EcosystemsPradeep Saxena Diwakar Bahukhandi and Sharmila Roy 29 PhycotoxinsRicha Tandon VK Dwivedi and GL Tiwari 30 AM Fungi importance nursery inoculation and performance after out plantingDJ Bagyaraj and HK Kehri 31 Use of ectomycorrhizal technology in reclamation and reforestration of degraded landBendangmenia T Ajungla NS Jamir and GD Sharma Since their very first appearance on this planet the micro organisms have benefited our society in many ways They are supposed to be the simplest but most versatile and talented products of evolution They thrive in habitats extremely hostile to human life and are infinitely more skilled than any human chemist in their synthetic activities Their rich diversity and their functional aspects make them indispensable components of our ecosystemsThis book has been published on the eve of 75th Birth Day of Prof Sudhir Chandra Former Head and Emeritus Professor Department of Botany University of Allahabad Allahabad. Seller Inventory # 101144

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