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245 00 Diversity and benefits of microorganisms from the tropics 
       /|cedited by Joao Lucio de Azevedo, Maria Carolina Quecine
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2017 
300    1 online resource (xviii, 439 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|bPDF|2rda 
505 0  Part I. Microorganisms in tropical environments -- Chapter
       1. Diversity and Technological aspects of microorganisms 
       from semi-arid environments -- Chapter 2. Why study 
       endophytic fungal community associated with cact species? 
       -- Chapter 3. Diversity and biotechnological potential of 
       endophytic microorganisms associated with tropical 
       mangrove forests -- Chapter 4. Endophytic microorganisms 
       of the tropical savannah: a promising source of bioactive 
       molecules -- Chapter 5. Overview on Biodiversity, 
       Chemistry and Biotechnnological potential of 
       microorganisms from the Brazilian Amazon -- Chapter 6. 
       Diversity and prospection of South Atlantic Ocean 
       Microorganisms -- Part II. Tropical Microorganisms and 
       biotechnological applications -- Chapter 7. Tropical 
       Cyanobacterial and Biotechnological applications -- 
       Chapter 8. Induction of crypitc metabolites production 
       through epigenetic tailoringin Colletotrichum 
       gloeosporioides isolated from Sygidium commune -- Chapter 
       9. Secondary metabolites of endophytic microorganisms: 
       techniques and biotechnological approaches -- Part III. 
       Agricultural and livestock microorganisms in the tropics -
       - Chapter 10. Diversity and function of endophytic 
       microbial community of plants with economical potential --
       Chapter 11. Importance of mycorhizae in tropical soils -- 
       Chapter 12. Diversity and importance of diazotrophic 
       bacteria in agricultural sustainability in the tropics -- 
       Chapter 13. Describing the unexplored microorganisms 
       associated with guarana: a typical tropical plant -- 
       Chapter 14. Beneficial microorganisms associated to 
       sugarcane crop: the green gold for clean energy -- Part 
       IV. Microorganisms: Promises and challenges -- Chapter 15.
       Translating endophyte research to applications: prospects 
       and challenges -- Chapter 16. Ecological aspects on 
       ruminal microbiome -- Chapter 17. Evolution of yeast 
       selection for fuel ethanol: breaking paradigmas -- Chapter
       18. Genetically modified organisms in Brazil: challenges 
       and perspectives 
520    This book addresses the diversity of tropical 
       microorganisms and its applications in agriculture, 
       renewable energy production and environmental protection. 
       It covers several tropical habitats such as rain forests, 
       mangroves, sea and river waters and describes how 
       microorganisms isolated from these regions can be used to 
       control insects and plant diseases, to improve sugar cane 
       and biofuels production among other applications. The book
       also aims to bring researchers' attention to the potential
       of tropical microorganisms for biotechnological purposes, 
       an area that is still far from being well explored 
650  0 Microbial ecology|zTropics 
650  0 Microorganisms|zTropics 
650 14 Life Sciences 
650 24 Microbial Ecology 
650 24 Microbiology 
650 24 Agriculture 
700 1  Azevedo, Joao Lucio de,|eeditor 
700 1  Quecine, Maria Carolina,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
856 40 |uhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-55804-2
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