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245 00 Pseudomonas :|bmolecular and applied biology /|cedited by 
       Rachhpal S. Kahlon 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
300    1 online resource (xiii, 518 pages) :|billustrations (some
       color), digital ;|c24 cm 
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505 0  Pseudomonas: Molecular Phylogeny and Taxonomy -- Cell 
       Envelope : Molecular Architecture and Function -- 
       Pseudomonas : The Versatile and Adaptive Metabolic Network
       -- Pseudomonas: Genome and Comparative Genomics -- 
       Pseudomonas Oxygenases: Nature and Function -- Quorum 
       Sensing in Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Mechanism and 
       Regulation of Virulence -- In Silico Comparative Analysis 
       of Type VI Secretion System in Pseudomonas Putida LS46 -- 
       Pseudomonas: in Industrial Biotechnology -- Biodegradation
       and Bioremediation of Organic Pollutants by Pseudomonas --
       Pseudomonas-Plant Interactions I: Plant Growth Promotion 
       and Defence Mediated Mechanisms -- Pseudomonas- Plant 
       Interactions II: Biology and Pathogenesis of Pseudomonas 
520    This book provides a concise and comprehensive overview of
       the basic biology, genomics, biotechnological applications
       and role of Pseudomonas in agriculture, environment and 
       industry. The Pseudomonas genus occupies a key position in
       medicine, the environment, agriculture and commercial 
       biotechnology by virtue of its genetic diversity, 
       metabolic adaptability and versatility and the broad array
       of ecological niches that it inhabits. Pseudomonas 
       aeruginosa, an opportunistic pathogen, is known for its 
       multiple drug resistance and is associated with cystic 
       fibrosis and wound infections particularly in patients 
       with burn injuries. Pseudomonas syringae is a plant 
       pathogen and is responsible for major crop losses in 
       horticultural, vegetable and field crops. Another species,
       P. fluorescens is known for promoting plant growth through
       the production of certain hormones and the biocontrol of 
       soil-borne fungal diseases and insects. The ability to 
       adapt to diverse and challenging environments and degrade 
       recalcitrant compounds means that the genus is widely 
       exploited for bioremediation, while their genetic 
       diversity coupled with broad catalytic potential makes 
       them valuable in biotransformation, synthesis of high-
       value chiral compounds for biosynthesis and production of 
       biopolymers and bio-surfactants widely used in medicine, 
       agriculture and industry. The book serves as a ready 
       reference and text book for graduate students, young field
       microbiologists and research scientists in academia, 
       research institutes and industry 
650  0 Pseudomonas 
650 14 Life Sciences 
650 24 Bacteriology 
700 1  Kahlon, Rachhpal S.,|eeditor 
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