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    R C Ray,O.P. Ward
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Microbial Biotech in Horticult Volume 2 of this book will highlight subjects like food biotechnology, coffee and cocoa fermentation, applications of microbial enzymes in food.

Microbial Biotech in Horticult. The application of microbial biotechnology to horticulture is of great importance, because it has the potential to increase productivity, to enhance quality and shelf-life of the produce and to develop novel techniques in food processing and for conversion of horticultural wastes into renewal energy sources. Volume 2 of this book will highlight subjects like food biotechnology, coffee and cocoa fermentation, applications of microbial enzymes in food processing, single cell protein and wine biotechnology among others. Format Hardback 566 pages.

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The application of microbial biotechnology to horticulture is of great importance, because it has the potential to increase .

The application of microbial biotechnology to horticulture is of great importance, because it has the potential to increase productivity, to enhance quality an. ByOwen P. Ward, Ramesh C. Ray. The application of microbial biotechnology to horticulture is of great importance, because it has the potential to increase productivity, to enhance quality and shelflife of the produce, to control diseases and pests, and to develop novel techniques in food processing.

Microbial Biotechnology in Horticulture An Overview; Utilization of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in Horticulture; Nitrogen (N2) Fixation in Vegetable Legumes: Biotechnological Perspectives; Microbial Control of Plant Pathogens of Horticultural Crops An Overview; Biological.

Microbial Biotechnology in Horticulture An Overview; Utilization of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in Horticulture; Nitrogen (N2) Fixation in Vegetable Legumes: Biotechnological Perspectives; Microbial Control of Plant Pathogens of Horticultural Crops An Overview; Biological Control of Plant Diseases by Natural and Genetically Engineered Fluorescent Pseudomonas sp. Microbial Control of Postharvest Diseases of Fruits and Vegetables: Current Concepts and Future Outlook; Bacillus thuringiensis Use in Horticulture: A Molecular Perspective; Microbiology of Potatoes and Potato Products.

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In: Ray RC, Ward OP (eds) Microbial biotechnology in horticulture, vol 1. Science, Enfield, NH, pp 517–558Google Scholar. 2015) Microbial Processing for Valorization of Horticultural Wastes. Ward OP, Singh A, Ray RC (2008) Single- cell protein from horticultural and food processing wastes. In: Ray RC, Ward OP (eds) Microbial biotechnology in horticulture, vol 3. Science, Enfield, NH, pp 273–298Google Scholar. Watanabe K (2001) Microorganisms relevant to bioremediation. In: Sukla . Pradhan . Panda . Mishra B. (eds) Environmental Microbial Biotechnology. Soil Biology, vol 45. Springer, Cham.

Request PDF On Jul 1, 2007, Peter Mills and others published Microbial Biotechnology in Horticulture. Enfield, NH, USA: Science Publishers (2006), pp. 569, £6. 0.

Volume 43, Issue 3. July 2007, pp. 408-409. Microbial Biotechnology in Horticulture.

2006) Post-harvest microbial biotechnology of tropical root and tuber crops in Microbial Biotechnology in Horticulture, vol. 1 (eds . Ray and . Ward), Science Publishers, Enfield, NH, pp. 345–396. 2005) Sweet potato curd. Shetty, K. and Ward, . 2008) Solid state fermentation and value-added utilization of horticultural processing wastes, in: Microbial Biotechnology in Horticulture, vol.

The application of microbial biotechnology to horticulture is of great importance, because it has the potential to increase productivity, to enhance quality and shelf-life of the produce and to develop novel techniques in food processing and for conversion of horticultural wastes into renewal energy sources. In addition, a wide array of scientific activities and resulting associated products, including biofertilizers, biological N2-fixation, microbial pesticides and microbial bio-control agents against plant pathogens focus at the interface between applied microbiology and horticulture. This volume attempts to highlight some of the significant aspects of the subjects. Volume 2 of this book will highlight subjects like food biotechnology, coffee and cocoa fermentation, applications of microbial enzymes in food processing, single cell protein and wine biotechnology among others.