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This book describes selected microbial genera from the perspective of their environmentally and commercially sustainable use. By focusing on their physiology and metabolism and combining historical information with the latest developments, it presents a multidisciplinary portrait of microbial sustainability. The chapters provide readers descriptions of each genus in the form of microbial models that move us closer to the goal of sustainability; selected chapters also include worldwide market information and lists of corresponding patents.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book describes selected microbial genera from the perspective of their environmentally and commercially sustainable use. By focusing on their physiology and metabolism and combining historical information with the latest developments, it presents a multidisciplinary portrait of microbial sustainability. The chapters provide readers descriptions of each genus in the form of microbial models that move us closer to the goal of sustainability; selected chapters also include worldwide market information and lists of corresponding patents.

Autorenporträt
Dr. Susana Castro Sowinski is currently working as associate professor in Faculty of Sciences, University of the Republic, Uruguay.  Her publications are:  RESEARCH ARTICLES:  1. Batista S, Castro S, Aguilar OM and Martinez-Drets G. 1992. Induction of C4-dicarboxylate transport genes by external stimuli in Rhizobium meliloti. Can. J. Microbiol. 38: 51-55.  2. Batista S, Castro S, Ubalde MC and Martinez-Drets G. 1994. Effect of divalent cations on succinate transport in R. tropici, R. leguminosarum bv. phaseoli and R. loti. World J Microbiol Biotechnol 10: 249 - 255. 3. Castro S and Cantera AMB. 1995. Rapid and inexpensive procedure for proteolytic activity determination. J. Biotech. Edu. 23: 42-43. BOOK CHAPTERS: 1. Castro-Sowinski S and Okon, Y. Physiological features of Azospirillum in the rhizosphere. En: Biología del Suelo: transformaciones de la materia orgánica, usos y biodiversidad de los organismos edáficos.  Eds.: M. A. Monzón de 2. Asconegui, I. E. García de Salamone y S. S. Miyazaki. Editorial Facultad de Agronomía; Universidad de Buenos Aires. Primera edición. Pp 33-37.  3. Castro-Sowinski S, Burdman S, Matan O and Okon Y. 2009. Natural functions of bacterial polyhydroxyalkanoates. En: Plastics from bacteria: natural functions and applications.  Microbiology monographs. Eds: Chen, Guo-Qiang. Editorial Springer.  Pp 39-56. ISBN: 978-3-642-03286-8.