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Satinder K. Brar, Ratul K. Das og Saurabh J. Sarma
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John Wiley & Sons
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Biochemical and Cellular Aspects of Microbial Sensing - Making Sense of Applied Parameters

Biochemical and Cellular Aspects of Microbial Sensing

Making Sense of Applied Parameters
Satinder K. Brar, Ratul K. Das og Saurabh J. Sarma
(2018)
Sprog: Engelsk
John Wiley & Sons, Limited
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  • Vital Source searchable e-book (Reflowable pages)
  • Udgiver: John Wiley & Sons (Oktober 2018)
  • Forfattere: Satinder K. Brar, Ratul K. Das og Saurabh J. Sarma
  • ISBN: 9781119247975

A comprehensive review of the fundamental molecular mechanisms in fermentation and explores the microbiology of fermentation technology and industrial applications

Microbial Sensing in Fermentation presents the fundamental molecular mechanisms involved in the process of fermentation and explores the applied art of microbiology and fermentation technology. The text contains descriptions regarding the extraordinary sensing ability of microorganisms towards small physicochemical changes in their surroundings. The contributors -- noted experts in the field -- cover a wide range of topics such as microbial metabolism and production (fungi, bacteria, yeast etc); refined and non-refined carbon sources; bioprocessing; microbial synthesis, responses and performance; and biochemical, molecular and extra/intracellular controlling.

This resource contains a compilation of literature on biochemical and cellular level mechanisms for microbial controlled production and includes the most significant recent advances in industrial fermentation.

The text offers a balanced approach between theory and practical application, and helps readers gain a clear understanding of microbial physiological adaptation during fermentation and its cumulative effect on productivity. This important book:

  • Presents the fundamental molecular mechanisms involved in microbial sensing in relation to fermentation technology
  • Includes information on the significant recent advances in industrial fermentation
  • Contains contributions from a panel of highly-respected experts in their respective fields
  • Offers a resource that will be essential reading for scientists, professionals and researchers from academia and industry with an interest in the biochemistry and microbiology of fermentation technology

Written for researchers, graduate and undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds, such as biochemistry and applied microbiology, Microbial Sensing in Fermentation offers a review of the fundamental molecular mechanisms involved in the process of fermentation.

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  • Vital Source searchable e-book (Fixed pages): 344 sider
  • Udgiver: John Wiley & Sons (Oktober 2018)
  • Forfattere: Satinder K. Brar, Ratul K. Das og Saurabh J. Sarma
  • ISBN: 9781119247982

A comprehensive review of the fundamental molecular mechanisms in fermentation and explores the microbiology of fermentation technology and industrial applications

Microbial Sensing in Fermentation presents the fundamental molecular mechanisms involved in the process of fermentation and explores the applied art of microbiology and fermentation technology. The text contains descriptions regarding the extraordinary sensing ability of microorganisms towards small physicochemical changes in their surroundings. The contributors — noted experts in the field — cover a wide range of topics such as microbial metabolism and production (fungi, bacteria, yeast etc); refined and non-refined carbon sources; bioprocessing; microbial synthesis, responses and performance; and biochemical, molecular and extra/intracellular controlling.

This resource contains a compilation of literature on biochemical and cellular level mechanisms for microbial controlled production and includes the most significant recent advances in industrial fermentation.

The text offers a balanced approach between theory and practical application, and helps readers gain a clear understanding of microbial physiological adaptation during fermentation and its cumulative effect on productivity. This important book:

  • Presents the fundamental molecular mechanisms involved in microbial sensing in relation to fermentation technology
  • Includes information on the significant recent advances in industrial fermentation
  • Contains contributions from a panel of highly-respected experts in their respective fields
  • Offers a resource that will be essential reading for scientists, professionals and researchers from academia and industry with an interest in the biochemistry and microbiology of fermentation technology

Written for researchers, graduate and undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds, such as biochemistry and applied microbiology, Microbial Sensing in Fermentation offers a review of the fundamental molecular mechanisms involved in the process of fermentation.

Licens varighed:
Bookshelf online: 365 dage fra købsdato.
Bookshelf appen: ubegrænset dage fra købsdato.

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  • Hardback: 320 sider
  • Udgiver: John Wiley & Sons, Limited (November 2018)
  • Forfattere: Satinder K. Brar, Ratul K. Das og Saurabh J. Sarma
  • ISBN: 9781119247968

A comprehensive review of the fundamental molecular mechanisms in fermentation and explores the microbiology of fermentation technology and industrial applications

Microbial Sensing in Fermentation presents the fundamental molecular mechanisms involved in the process of fermentation and explores the applied art of microbiology and fermentation technology. The text contains descriptions regarding the extraordinary sensing ability of microorganisms towards small physicochemical changes in their surroundings. The contributors -- noted experts in the field -- cover a wide range of topics such as microbial metabolism and production (fungi, bacteria, yeast etc); refined and non-refined carbon sources; bioprocessing; microbial synthesis, responses and performance; and biochemical, molecular and extra/intracellular controlling.

This resource contains a compilation of literature on biochemical and cellular level mechanisms for microbial controlled production and includes the most significant recent advances in industrial fermentation.

The text offers a balanced approach between theory and practical application, and helps readers gain a clear understanding of microbial physiological adaptation during fermentation and its cumulative effect on productivity. This important book:

  • Presents the fundamental molecular mechanisms involved in microbial sensing in relation to fermentation technology
  • Includes information on the significant recent advances in industrial fermentation
  • Contains contributions from a panel of highly-respected experts in their respective fields
  • Offers a resource that will be essential reading for scientists, professionals and researchers from academia and industry with an interest in the biochemistry and microbiology of fermentation technology

Written for researchers, graduate and undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds, such as biochemistry and applied microbiology, Microbial Sensing in Fermentation offers a review of the fundamental molecular mechanisms involved in the process of fermentation.

List of Contributors xi 1 Biochemical Aspects of Microbial Product Synthesis: a Relook 1 G. Gallastegui, A. Larra?aga, Antonio Avalos Ramirez, and Thi Than Ha Pham
1.
1 Introduction
1
1.
2 History of Industrial Production of Microbial Products 2
1.
2.
1 Advances of Biochemical Engineering and Their Effects on Global Market of Microbial Products 3
1.
2.
2 Importance of Microbial Sensing in Product Formation 6
1.
3 Conclusion 7 Acknowledgments
8 References 8 2 Cellular Events of Microbial Production: Important Findings So Far 11 Devangana Bhuyan and Ratul Kumar Das
2.
1 Introduction
11
2.
2 Microbial Metabolism and Evolution of Metabolic Pathways 12
2.
3 Microbial Fermentation 12
2.
4 The Microbial Cellular Events 15
2.
5 Cell Signalling in Microorganisms 19
2.
6 Microbial Performance Under Stress Conditions 21 Acknowledgment 24 References 24 3 Microbial Metabolism in a Refined Carbon Source: Generalities 27 Vinayak Laxman Pachapur, Preetika Rajeev Kuknur, Satinder Kaur Brar, and Rosa Galvez-Cloutier
3.
1 Introduction
27
3.
2 Microbial Metabolism in Presence of Pure and Crude Substrate 29
3.
3 Microbial Metabolism in Presence of Pure and Mixed Cultures 31
3.
4 Microbial Metabolism in the Presence of CoSubstrate 33
3.
5 Microbial Metabolism in the Presence of Input Parameters 35
3.
6 Microbial Metabolism in the Presence of Varying Fermentation Conditions 37
3.
7 Pros and Cons of Refined Substrate for Metabolic Metabolisms 38
3.
8 Conclusions 39 Acknowledgment 40 References 40 4 Non refined Carbon Sources and Microbial Performance 43 Guneet Kaur
4.
1 Introduction
43
4.
2 Nonrefined Carbon Sources: a Brief Account 43
4.
3 Microbial Assimilation of NonRefined Carbon Sources 45
4.
4 Microbial Sensing to NonRefined Carbon Sources 48
4.
4.
1 Microbial Metabolism and Regulatory Circuits 48
4.
4.
2 CCR Regulation of Carbon Uptake and Metabolism 51
4.
5 Guiding Product Outcomes via Rewiring of Cellular Regulatory Circuit 53
4.
5.
1 Cellular Engineering in E. Coli for Bioprocessing of NonRefined Carbon Sources 54
4.
5.
2 Rewiring S. cerevisiae for Accumulation and Conversion of Nonrefined Carbon Sources 55
4.
6 Conclusions 56 References 57 5 Cellular versus Biochemical Control over Microbial Products 61 Carlos S. Osorio-Gonz?lez, Krishnamoorthy Hegde, and Satinder Kaur Brar
5.
1 Introduction
61
5.
2 3 Hydroxypropionic Acid 62
5.
3 Fumaric Acid 64
5.
4 Itaconic Acid 65
5.
5 Glucaric Acid 67
5.
6 Butanol 68
5.
7 Malic Acid 69
5.
8 Gluconic Acid 71
5.
9 Aminovalaric Acid 71
5.
10 Glutamic Acid 73
5.
11 Cadaverine (1,5diaminopentane) 74
5.
12 Conclusion 76 Acknowledgment 76 References 76 6 Pre Treatment of Alternative Carbon Source: How Does it Make Sense to Microorganism at Cellular Level? 89 Joseph Sebastian, Pratik Kumar, Krishnamoorthy Hegde, Satinder Kaur Brar, Mausam Verma, and Ratul Kumar Das
6.
1 Introduction
89
6.
2 Pre Treated Carbon Source and Microbial Assimilation: Cellular and Biochemical Aspects 91
6.
2.
1 Alcohols 94
6.
2.
1.
1 Bioethanol 94
6.
2.
1.
2 Butanol and Acetone 96
6.
2.
2 Hydrogen 98
6.
2.
3 Methane/biogas 101
6.
2.
4 Organic Acids 103
6.
3 Challenges of Inhibitory Hydrolysis Products and Strategic Solution 106
6.
3.
1 Inhibitory Products: Pretreatment Metabolites or Byproducts 106
6.
3.
1.
1 Aliphatic Compounds 106
6.
3.
1.
2 Aromatic Compounds 107
6.
3.
1.
3 Furan Aldehydes 108
6.
3.
2 Strategies to Control Inhibitory Effects 109
6.
3.
2.
1 Biological Detoxification Strategy for the Inhibitors 110
6.
3.
2.
2 Understanding the Mechanism of Microorganism Adaptation for The Detoxification of Inhibitory Compounds 110
6.
3.
2.
2.
1 Homeostasis 110
6.
3.
2.
2.
2 Enzymatic Detoxification 111
6.
3.
2.
3 Physical and Chemical Detoxification Strategy for Inhibitors 112
6.
3.
3 Correlation (Synergistic Effects) of Inhibitory Compounds and their Detoxification 118
6.
4 Conclusion 126 Acknowledgments
127 References 127 7 Microbial Metabolic Pathways in the Production of Valued added Products 137 Gilberto
V. de Melo Pereira, Ana M. Finco, Luiz A. J. Letti, Susan Grace Karp, Maria G. B. Pagnoncelli, Juliana de Oliveira, Vanete Thomaz Soccol, Satinder Kaur Brar, and Carlos Ricardo Soccol
7.
1 Introduction
137
7.
2 Microbial Molecular Structure 138
7.
3 Biomass Production 140
7.
3.
1 Single Cell Oil 140
7.
3.
2 Single Cell Protein 142
7.
4 Enzymes 148
7.
5 Biofuels 150
7.
6 Alkaloids, Terpenoids, Polyketides and Flavonoids 153
7.
7 Organic Acids 155
7.
8 Rare Sugars 156
7.
9 Conclusions 157 References 158 8 Communication for a Collective Response to Environmental Stress: Bacterial and Fungal Perspectives 169 Azadeh Kermanshahi Pour
8.
1 Introduction
169
8.
2 Quorum Sensing in Bacteria and the Related Phenotypes 172
8.
3 Fermentation and Quorum Sensing in Bacteria 177
8.
4 Quorum Sensing in Fungi and the Related Phenotypes 183
8.
5 Fermentation and Quorum Sensing in Fungi 186
8.
6 Quorum Sensing in Bacteria and Fungi: Similarities and Differences 188 Acknowledgment 189 References 189 9 Biochemical and Cellular Events in Controlling Microbial Performance: A Comparative Account 201 Shadab Ahmed, Shreyas Niphadkar, Somnath Nandi, Satya Eswari, Vishal Pandey, Aishwarya Shankapal, and Aishvarya Agrawal
9.
1 Biochemical vs. Molecular Cues for Microbial Performances 201
9.
1.
1 Nutritional Parameters Optimization 201
9.
1.
2 Process Condition Optimization 202
9.
1.
3 Process Improvement by Using Batch and FedBatch via Process and Modeling 203
9.
1.
4 Metabolic Engineering for Improving Microbial Performance 203
9.
1.
4.
1 Metabolic Flux Balance Analysis 203
9.
1.
4.
1.
1 Constraint Based Flux Balance Analysis 203
9.
1.
4.
1.
2 Defining Biological Objective to Optimize a Phenotype 204
9.
1.
4.
1.
3 Applications of Flux Analysis 204
9.
1.
5 Strain Improvement for Microbial Performance 205
9.
1.
5.
1 Mutagenesis for Strain Improvement 205
9.
1.
5.
1.
1 Physical Mutagenesis 205
9.
1.
5.
1.
2 Chemical Mutagenesis 206
9.
1.
5.
1.
3 Biological Mutagenesis 206
9.
2 Sequential Evidences of Biochemical and Molecular Controlling Over Microbial Performances 206
9.
3 Biochemically Influenced Molecular Events and Vice Versa 208
9.
4 Facts at the Interface of Biochemical and Molecular Controlling: Products vs Applied Parameters 208
9.
4.
1 SulfurDelivery into Biosynthetic Pathway 208
9.
4.
2 Synthetic Biochemistry Platform for Production of Glucose 212
9.
4.
3 Biochemical and Molecular Aspects of Metabolic Engineering Approaches 212
9.
4.
3.
1 Engineering Regulatory Network 212
9.
4.
3.
2 Heterologous Expression of Entire Gene Cluster 213
9.
4.
3.
3 Rerouting Metabolic Pathway 213
9.
4.
3.
4 Integration of Metabolic Engineering and Process Engineering 213
9.
5 Conclusions 214 References 214 10 Qualitative vs. Quantitative Control Over Microbial Products 223 Rachna Goswami, Vijay Kumar Mishra, and Radhika Pilli
10.
1 Introduction
223
10.
2 Qualitative vs. Quantitative Control Over Microbial Products/Fungal Products 224
10.
2.
1 Qualitative Control and Fungal Product 225
10.
2.
1.
1 Diffusion Techniques 226
10.
2.
1.
2 Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) 229
10.
2.
1.
3 Chromatographybioautography for Screening of Antimicrobial Activity 231
10.
2.
1.
4 Highperformance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) 232
10.
2.
2 Quantitative Control of Fungal Products 232
10.
2.
3 Speeding Up Fungal Product 234
10.
3 Fungal Morphology and Product Spectrum: a Representative Theme 237
10.
4 Effectiveness of Qualitative Domain for Different Microorganisms 241
10.
5 Emphasizing the Need: Qualitative and Quantitative Importance 245
10.
6 Conclusions 246 References 247 11 Microbes and Their Products as Sensors in Industrially Important Fermentations 253 Ritu Raval and Keyur Raval
11.
1 Introduction
253
11.
2 Sensors 254
11.
3 Transducers in Conjunction With Microbe Sensors 254
11.
3.
1 Dissolved Oxygen (DO) Electrode 254
11.
3.
2 Electron Transfer Measuring Systems 255
11.
4 Metabolite Measuring Systems 256
11.
5 Other Measuring Systems 257
11.
5.
1 Bioluminescence Biosensor 257
11.
6 Applications of Microbe Sensors in Some Commercially Important Products 258
11.
6.
1 Red Wine 260
11.
6.
2 Fermentation of Cereal Products 260
11.
6.
3 Mevalonate Production 261
11.
6.
4 Bioaerosols 261
11.
6.
5 Aptamers 262
11.
7 Conclusions 263 References 263 12 Practical Aspects and Case Studies of Industrial Scale Fermentation 267 Sara Magdouli, Thana Saffar, Tayssir Guedri, Rouissi Tarek, Satinder Kaur Brar, and Jean Fran?ois Blais
12.
1 Introduction
267
12.
2 Scale Up Challenges 269
12.
2.
1 Agitation 269
12.
2.
2 Mass Transfer of Oxygen (Mass Transfer, Morphology, and Rheology) 270
12.
2.
3 "Shear Damage"
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