Microbes in The Service of Mankind by Nagpal,Kumar,Singh


Microbes in The Service of Mankind by Nagpal,Kumar,Singh

ISBN – 9789381558850



About the Book: Microbes in the Service of Mankind The book “Microbes in the Service of Mankind: Tiny Bugs with Huge Impact” is an innovative and conscientious compilation of wide arrays of potential benefits and possible applications of microorganisms in different areas viz. health and nutrition, disease prevention, agriculture, environment and industry etc. In a manner unique to this book, it meticulously recapitulates and reviews the personal research encounters and experiences of eminent researchers working in different specializations of microbiology and biotechnology; and hence, is certainly going to be exceptionally beneficial to diverse juvenile students as well as eminent scientists by updating their knowledge and understanding of potential benefits and prospective applications of these wonderful microbes for the benefit of mankind as well as the planet. About the Author S DR. RAVINDER NAGPAL is Post Doctorate Fellow at Juntendo University, Tokyo. He has published numerous papers in journals of international repute. He has received several prestigious awards and is also acting as Editorial Board Member and Peer-Reviewer for several journals. DR. ASHWANI KUMAR is Assistant Professor at JMIT, Radaur. He possesses over 11 years of extensive teaching and research experience, and has published numerous papers in various international journals. He has received several awards and also serving as a member of editorial board of scientific journal. PROF. RANDHIR SINGH, F.N.A.Sc., F.N.A.A.S., F.A.Sc., F.N.A., spent his academic career of more than 40 years at CCSHAU, Hissar, in various capacities. He has also served as Visiting Professor at University of Munster, Germany. He has received numerous awards and published more than 300 papers in international journals. He has been the member of various task forces, BOS; and editorial and advisory boards of different organizations and journals, respectively. Contents Agriculturally Important Microbes Industrially Important


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