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Agriculture and Food Production by George G. Khachatourians and Dilip K. Arora (Eds.)

By George G. Khachatourians and Dilip K. Arora (Eds.)

This quantity of utilized Mycology and Biotechnology completes the set of 2 volumes devoted to the insurance of modern advancements at the topic "Agriculture and meals Production". the 1st quantity supplied evaluation on fungal body structure, metabolism, genetics and biotechnology and highlighted their reference to specific functions to nutrients construction. the second one quantity examines numerous particular functions of mycology and fungal biotechnology to meals creation and processing. within the moment quantity assurance on ultimate parts of the subject, nutrition crop creation and functions within the meals and drinks area, is gifted. The interdisciplinary and intricate nature of the topic sector, mixed with the necessity to reflect on the sustainability of agri-food practices, its economics and business views, calls for a undeniable concentration and selectivity of matters. during this context the new literature contained during this paintings can help readers arrive at entire, extensive info at the function of fungi in agricultural nutrients and feed expertise. As a certified reference this publication is concentrated in the direction of agri-food manufacturer learn institutions, executive and educational devices. academics and scholars, either in undergraduate and graduate experiences, in departments of meals technology, meals expertise, nutrients engineering, microbiology, utilized molecular genetics and biotechnology also will locate this paintings priceless.

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Variability of the mitochondrial genome Variability in RFLP generated from the mtDNA has allowed the unequivocal identification of specific strains from some industrial yeast groups, mainly wine yeasts (Fig. 7) [81]. Bakers' strains cannot be identified by analyzing RFLP of their mtDNA because they displayed the same pattern [35]. One reason for this discrepancy could be the fact that wine elaboration is carried out by multiple yeast species and races. However, bakers' strains displaying high variability of their karyotype still had the same RFLP pattern of their mtDNA [35].

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