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Microbial Symbionts Functions and Molecular Interactions on Host

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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 10/2022

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Microbial Symbionts: Functions and Molecular Interactions on Host focuses on microbial symbionts of plants, animals, insects and molecular methods in the identification of microbial symbionts. The book describes the molecular mechanism and interactions of symbiosis of microbiome in plants, animals and humans. It brings the latest techniques for identification, localization and functional characterization of host-associated microbes and explains the role/importance of microbial symbionts. This comprehensive reference covers a wide range of symbiotic microorganisms used for basic and advanced techniques associated with the isolation, characterization and identification of microbial symbiotic microorganisms and their functions and molecular interactions on the host.

The book will also helps users plan and execute experiments with appropriate knowledge rather than experimental trial and error in a wide range of disciplines, including Microbiology, Biotechnology, Botany and Zoology.

  • Provides basic knowledge and working protocols for a wide range of disciplines like Microbiology, Biotechnology, Botany and Zoology
  • Presents the most current information in symbiotic microbiome and holobiome
  • Includes color photos pertaining to techniques


Section I: Microbial symbionts of plants: functions and molecular interactions with the host
1. Cyanobacterial symbionts from plants bryophyte, pteridophyte, gymnosperm, angiosperm
2. Frankia from actinorhizal plants
3. Rhizobium from leguminous plants
4. Fungal mycorrhiza from plants roots
5. Photobionts and mycobionts from lichen
6. Symbiotic fungal endophytes
7. Invitro Symbiotic nitrogen fixation on legume plants
8. Screening of symbiotic ability of Rhizobium under hydrophonic conditions
9. Arbuscular mycorrhizal community analysis from a grassland ecosystem
10. Cyanobacterial symbionts in Cycad coralloid roots
11. Mass production of cyanobacterial symbionts, Rhizobium, Frankia, VAM fungi

Section II: Microbial symbionts of Animals: functions and molecular interactions with the host
1. Symbiotic microbes from ciliates
2. Symbiotic microbes from bivalves
3. Symbiotic microbes from crustaceans
4. Symbiotic microbes from oligochaete
5. Symbiotic microbes from polychaete worms
6. Symbiotic microbes from gastropods
7. Symbiotic microbes from sponges
8. Symbiotic microbes from corals
9. Symbiotic microbes from Pig gut
10. Symbiotic microbes from Reindeer rumen
11. Vibrio fischeri from Squid light organ
12. Symbiotic microbes from Human gut

Section III: Microbial symbionts of Insects: functions and molecular interactions with the host
1. Primary and Secondary endosymbiont Aphids: Buchnera sp.
2. Microbial symbionts of herbivorous insect
3. Microbial symbionts from Termite gut
4. Endosymbionts: Wolbachiaspp from Anthropods
5. Endosymbionts: Wolbachiaspp from nematodes
6. Burkholderia from Stinkbug midgut

Section IV: Molecular methods and Interactions of Microbial Symbionts
1. Molecular interactions on colonization, establishment and maintenance of microbial communities/symbionts
2. Metagenomics analysis of Microbial Symbionts in root nodules, corals, sponges, lichens
3. Functional metagenomics profiling of symbiotic microbiome
4. Holobiont analysis of root nodules, corals, sponges, lichens
5. Key Model systems in animal-microbe and plant-microbe beneficial interactions
6. Culture-independent and dependent approaches in symbionts analysis
7. In situ techniques to study non-cultivable microbial symbionts
8. Omics Approach for the microbiome Function analysis of lichens, root nodules
9. Sponge and Coral reef
10. Modern techniques for identification, localization and functional characterization of host-associated microbes
11. Autofluorescence in methanogenic, archaeal endosymbionts
12. Exoproteme analysis of symbiotic signaling molecules in Frankia, Rhizobium
13. Transcriptome analysis of symbiotic microbes
14. Metaproteome analysis of symbiotic microbes
15. Metabolic analysis of symbiotic microbes
16. Quorum sensing relationship analysis of microbial symbionts
17. Biosynthetic gene cluster analysis in symbiotic microbes


Dr.Dharumadurai Dhanasekaran PhD is working as an Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology, School of Life Sciences, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, India. He has experience in the fields of actinobacteriology and mycology. His current research focus is microbiome profiling of actinorhizal root nodules, lichen, poultry gut, cattle's reproductive system. He has been awarded UGC-Raman Post-Doctoral Fellowship and worked in the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Biomedical Sciences, University of New Hampshire, Durham, USA. He published 106 research and review articles including one paper in Nature Group Journal Scientific Report and 23 Book chapters. He has h-index of 26 with total citation of 2157 (Google scholar). Dr. Dharmadurai Dhanasekaran is rated in second position as in the field of Actinobacteria research in India.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Developments in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
Dimensioni: 235 x 191 mm
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 964

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