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Role of Metabolic Engineering in the Synthesis of Plant Secondary Metabolites

Metabolic engineering has recently emerged as a promising approach for improving secondary metabolite production. Metabolites are the intermediate products of metabolism, and metabolism is a collection of life-sustaining chemical processes within organisms’ cells. Bacteria, archaea, and eukaryotes are bacteria that have been shown to limit nearly all of the...
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Role of Metabolic Engineering in the Synthesis of Plant Secondary Metabolites

Metabolic engineering has recently emerged as a promising approach for improving secondary metabolite production. Metabolites are the intermediate products of metabolism, and metabolism is a collection of life-sustaining chemical processes within organisms’ cells. Bacteria, archaea, and eukaryotes are bacteria that have been shown to limit practically all of the...
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Evaluation of Bacillus albus SMG-1 and B. safensis SMG-2 Isolated from Saemangeum Lake as Probiotics for Aquaculture of White Shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei): A Recent Study | Chapter 1 | Research Aspects in Agriculture and Veterinary Science Vol. 5

Shrimp farmers are growing increasingly hesitant about which probiotics to trust due to the huge variety of commercially available probiotics for aquaculture and the doubt around the effectiveness of some of the products. The goal of this research was to create microbial strains that could boost white shrimp productivity...
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Optimisation of Reactant Concentration in Biosynthesis of Silver Nanoparticles using Pathogenic Bacteria Isolated from Clinical Sources and their Characterisation: A Recent Study

Introduction: Silver Nanoparticles (AgNPs) are attractive because of their biocompatibility, which allows them to be employed in treatments and diagnostics. There is a compelling need to find a less expensive and more environmentally friendly approach that does not entail the use of hazardous chemicals to harvest them with such...
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Studies and Investigations on Various Aspects of Aerobic and Anaerobic Treatments for Sewage and Industrial Effluen

Aerobic and anaerobic treatments can reduce wastewater’s oxygen consumption. Activated sludge, trickling filters, and advanced oxidation processes are examples of aerobic treatments. Aerobic systems have higher initial expenses for aeration equipment, as well as higher operational and maintenance costs. For sewage treatment, anaerobic treatments have a number of advantages....
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Describing the Role of Aerobic Microorganisms in the Biodegradation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons Laboratory Contaminated Groundwater

The role of aerobic bacteria in the biodegradation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated groundwater was investigated in this study. A nutrient-treated groundwater sample was compared to an untreated water sample. At day 56, the percentage elimination of total hydrocarbon content in the water treated with nutrients and the untreated water...
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