Environmental biotechnology is defined as the development use and regulation of biological system e.g. cells, cell compartments enzymes for remediation of contaminated environments and for environment friendly processes. It is the multidisciplinary integration of sciences and engineering in order to utilise the huge biochemical potential of microorganisms plants and parts thereof for the restoration and preservation of the environment and for the sustainable use of resources. Environmental Biotechnology takes a thematic and environmentally focused approach and breaks away from traditional rigid divisions to provide a unified exposition of the subject and an accurate reflection of environmental biotechnology in current practice. This book will be an essential reading for undergraduates and masters students of environmental science environmental management and environmental biology. It is also suitable for professionals involved pollution control waste management and bioremediation.
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||Abhilash Jain, Varun Khetrapal
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||Pacific Books International
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