1 edition of Genetic Engineering of Microorganisms for Chemicals found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Alexander Hollaender, Ralph D. DeMoss, Samuel Kaplan, Jordan Konisky, Dwayne Savage, Ralph S. Wolfe|
|Series||Basic Life Sciences, Basic life sciences|
|Contributions||DeMoss, Ralph D., Kaplan, Samuel, Konisky, Jordan, Savage, Dwayne, Wolfe, Ralph S.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xiii, 486 p.)|
|Number of Pages||486|
|ISBN 10||1468441442, 1468441426|
|ISBN 10||9781468441444, 9781468441420|
DNA is a chemical and chemists love to play with how it reacts to other chemicals and chemical environments like pH and temperature. With genetic engineering, scientists are trying to determine how DNA can be added, deleted, replaced, or fixed. Lets take a . AP Biology Bacteria and Genetic Engineering Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free.
A lipolytic yeast Candida aaseri SH14 that can utilise long-chain fatty acids as the sole carbon source was isolated from oil palm compost. To develop this strain as a platform yeast for the production of bio-based chemicals from renewable plant oils, a genetic manipulation system using CRISPR-Cas9 was developed. Episomal vectors for expression of Cas9 and sgRNA were constructed using an. There are three things that can result as the effect of genetic engineering: 1) a beneficial trait, one that helps the organism survive, 2) a negative trait, one that either helps or causes the.
Genetic engineering is also used to manufacture subunit vaccines, which are safer than other vaccines because they contain only a single antigenic molecule and lack any part of the genome of the pathogen (see Vaccines). For example, a vaccine for hepatitis B is created by inserting a gene encoding a hepatitis B surface protein into a yeast; the. Engineering microorganisms require efficient genetic engineering tools. Unlike commonly used model organisms, engineering tools are still lacking for Liu's host organism. Thus, another effort will be focused on developing tools including promoters, genome editing methods, and genetic transformation methods.
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Symposium on Genetic Engineering of Microorganisms for Chemicals ( University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Genetic engineering of microorganisms for chemicals. New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Hollaender; Ralph D DeMoss.
Genetic Engineering on Microorganisms for Chemicals: Diversity of Genetic and Biochemical Traits of Pseudomonads Douglas W. Ribbons, Peter A. Williams Pages Genetic Engineering of Microorganisms for Chemicals (Basic Life Sciences) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.
Edition. by Alexander Hollaender (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: Alexander Hollaender. Get this from a library. Genetic Engineering of Microorganisms for Chemicals. [Alexander Hollaender; Ralph D DeMoss; Samuel Kaplan; Jordan Konisky; Dwayne Savage; Ralph S Wolfe] -- The normal course of most biologically catalyzed processes is tightly regulated at the genetic and physiological levels.
The regulatory mechanisms are diverse, sometimes redundant, and it is becoming. Genetic engineering, also called Genetic modification or Genetic manipulation, is the direct manipulation of an organism's genes using is a set of technologies used to change the genetic makeup of cells, including the transfer of genes within and Genetic Engineering of Microorganisms for Chemicals book species boundaries to produce improved or novel DNA is obtained by either isolating and copying the genetic.
Microorganisms can be used for the production of diverse chemicals and materials from renewable resources. However, microbial metabolism has unfortunately not Cited by: This chapter provides a brief description of genetic modification methods used to develop new plant, animal, and microbial strains for use as human food.
The next chapter (Chapter 3) presents a detailed analysis of the likelihood for these methods to result in unintentional compositional changes. Genetic engineering on microorganism: the ecological and bioethical implications Engwa Azeh Godwill posed by genetically modified microorganisms on the environment and human health.
As a means to induce gene mutations using chemicals such as nitrogen mustard and ethyl methane sulphonate . This was closely followed by the.
Genetic modification of microorganisms is presumed as high risk in the regulatory framework of the EPA. However, given the application of genetic engineering in the pharmaceutical and agricultural sectors, mere genetic manipulation should not necessarily be considered high risk but should be dependent on the specific modification and by: This handbook discusses how microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, yeasts) can be modified to various extents by means of molecular genetics or genetic engineering.
Compiled and written by the world's leading experts and practioners in food science and food technology, it presents the latest research and development in the discipline. It is easy-to-understand and can be used directly by readers 4/5(2).
The science of using living systems to benefit humankind is called cally speaking, the domestication of plants and animals through farming and breeding practices is a type of biotechnology.
However, in a contemporary sense, we associate biotechnology with the direct alteration of an organism’s genetics to achieve desirable traits through Author: Nina Parker, Mark Schneegurt, Anh-Hue Thi Tu, Philip Lister, Brian M. Forster. The microbial species reviewed in this book possess particular advantages as production strains and are currently employed for the synthesis of numerous biofuels and chemicals.
The book reviews the general and strain-specific genetic engineering strategies for the improvement of. Learn microbiology genetic engineering with free interactive flashcards.
Choose from different sets of microbiology genetic engineering flashcards on Quizlet. This paper describes the historical evolution of genetic engineering, the reason and process by which genetically modified microorganism are produced and their application in chemical, agro Author: Engwa Azeh Godwill.
Genetic Engineering Principles, Procedures and Consequences is primarily designed as a text book for undergraduate and post-graduate students studying genetic engineering in any discipline of life Author: Gurbachan Miglani.
The emergence and development of genetic engineering during the past few decades has gone some way to solving some of these problems. Information and techniques aimed at understanding and modifying the genetic material of the organisms has produced microbial strains with improved or novel properties that have high potential for use in industry Cited by: 4.
This handbook discusses how microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, yeasts) can be modified to various extents by means of molecular genetics or genetic engineering. Compiled and written by the worlds leading experts and practioners in food science and food technology, it presents the latest research and development in the discipline.
It is easy-to-understand and can be used directly by readers. MORGAN - GENETIC ENGINEERING OF MICROORGANISMS 91 GENETIC ENGINEERING OF MICROORGANISMS: FREE RELEASE INTO THE ENVIRONMENT J.
ALUN W. MORGAN Introduction Genetic engineering now makes possible the insertion of DNA from many organisms into other prokaryotic, eukaryotic and viral hosts. This technology has been used to construct a variety of such.
Genetic engineering is also used to improve the biodegradation capabilities of microorganisms. Nevertheless, there are many risks associated to the use of GEM in the field.
Whether or not such approaches are ultimately successful in bioremediation of pollutants may make a difference in our ability to reduce wastes, eliminate industrial Cited by: The authoritative text for introductory microbiology, Brock Biology of Microorganisms, 12/e, continues its long tradition of impeccable scholarship, outstanding art and photos, and accuracy.
It balances the most current coverage with the major classical and contemporary concepts essential for understanding microbiology.
Now reorganized for greater flexibility and updated with new content, the. E. coli is an excellent host for genetic engineering to produce high-value chemicals given its plethora of sophisticated genetic tools as well as the wealth of information available on its metabolism.
35, 36 The world’s first report of de novo biosynthetic pathway of biodiesel is showed in E. coli by the simultaneous overexpression of the ethanol production genes from Z. mobilis and the wax Cited by: This handbook discusses how microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, yeasts) can be modified to various extents by means of molecular genetics or genetic engineering.
Compiled and written by the world's leading experts and practioners in food science and food technology, it presents the latest research and development in the : Hardcover.The microbial species reviewed in this book possess particular advantages as production strains and are currently employed for the synthesis of numerous biofuels and chemicals.
The book reviews the general and strain-specific genetic engineering strategies for the improvement of Brand: Springer International Publishing.