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New and Future Developments in Microbial Biotechnology and Bioengineering: Recent Developments in Trichoderma Research covers topics on-Trichoderma biodiversity, strain improvement and related researches in bioprocess technology, chemical engineering, bioremediation process, secondary metabolite production, Protein production, plant disease resistance and biocontrol technology. This book includes unique compilations of different chapters with emerging issues in the area of Trichoderma research and its related importance in the Biochemical-Industry-Agri-Food sector.
- Includes recent developments on Trichoderma research in plant biotechnology, agriculture and in the environment
- Provides a detailed and comprehensive coverage of the biodiversity and biochemistry of Trichoderma
- Covers potential applications of Trichoderma in biotechnology, including secondary metabolites and protein engineering
Bioengineers, Biochemists, Biotechnologists and related Professionals/researchers, Agriculturists and Microbiologists
1. Molecular Mechanisms of Biocontrol in Trichoderma spp. and Their Applications in Agriculture
2. Genome-wide approaches towards understanding mycoparasitic Trichoderma species
3. Insights into Signalling Pathways of Antagonistic Trichoderma Species
4. Enhanced Plant Immunity using Trichoderma
5. Live-cell imaging of mycoparasitic Trichoderma species
6. Molecular communication between plants and Trichoderma
7. Systemically induced resistance against maize diseases by Trichoderma
8. Trichoderma Genes for improving plant resistance to pathogens
9. Biological control of wood decay basidiomycetes
10. Trichoderma sexual reproduction
11. Diversity and Strain Improvement Section
12. Molecular tools for strain engineering in Trichoderma
13. Trichoderma-functional metabolomics to genetic engineering
14. Next generation modern tools to access biodiversity of Trichoderma
15. Diversity of Trichoderma in China
16. Biomolecules Production and Industrial Applications Section
17. Biomass degradation of Trichoderma: A view from genomic, transcriptomic and proteomic perspective
18. Trichoderma enzyme systems in relation to biofuel/biorefinery applications
19. Cell Wall Remodeling in Trichoderma
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- © Elsevier 2020
- 22nd July 2020
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Vijai K. Gupta has previously worked as- Senior Scientist, ERA Chair VALORTECH, Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia; Senior Scientist, ERA Chair Green Chemistry, Tallinn Technical University, Estonia and Senior Researcher, Molecular Glycobiotechnology Group Department of Biochemistry. NUI Galway Ireland. Currently, he working as Professor (Associate) of Biochemistry at UM6P University, Morocco. Dr. Gupta’s present work is focused on the development and optimization of novel enzyme-based bioconversion systems for biorefining and bioenergy, bioactive natural products and biomass to bioproduct valorisation using microbial technologies. He has 122 publications with h-index 36 and RG Score 41.25
Professor Vijai Kumar Gupta, AgroBioSciences (AgBS) and Chemical & Biochemical Sciences (CBS) Department, Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P), Benguerir, Morocco
Susanne Zeilinger studied Microbiology and Genetics at the University of Vienna where she received her PhD in 1995. She gained experience in production and characterization of Trichoderma reesei extracellular proteins during a stay at the VTT Technical Research Center of Finland and pioneered the utilization of molecular biological and genetic engineering tools for the study of Trichoderma species. When working as a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute of Biochemical Technology and Microbiology at the Vienna University of Technology, Susanne Zeilinger’s research focused on cellulase gene regulation. During a stay as visiting scientist at the Institute of Plant Pathology in Portici, Naples, Italy, Susanne Zeilinger extended her knowledge in the field of Trichoderma biocontrol. Back at the Vienna University of Technology, she built her own research group and became group leader at the Research Area of Biotechnology and Microbiology thereby focusing on studies towards the elucidation of the molecular mechanisms underlying Trichoderma mycoparasitism. Since 2015, Susanne Zeilinger is university professor of Microbiology at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, where she currently heads the Mycology division at the Department of Microbiology. She has been honored with several awards such as EMBO, APART (Austrian Academy of Sciences) and FWF (Austrian Science Fund) fellowships, and a research prize of the City of Vienna. Her current research focuses on microbial interactions with a special emphasis on signal transduction and secondary metabolism in mycoparasitic fungi. Susanne Zeilinger has authored over 60 publications and has edited several books.
Institute of Microbiology, University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck
Professor Harikesh Bahadur Singh has served as Professor & Head, Department of Mycology and Plant Pathology at Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, India. His major research focus is on bioinoculats, biological control of plant pathogens and nano-biotechnology. Prof. Singh has been decorated with several prestigious National awards and honours for his scientific contributions in the field of organic farming and translational agriculture, notable being CSIR Technology Prize for Biological Sciences by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, M.S. Swaminathan award by Society for Plant Research, Vigyan Bharti Award, Prof. V.P. Bhide Memorial Award, Society for Plant Research, and many more. To his credit he has 20 U.S. patents which have been successfully transferred for commercial production of biopesticides to several industrial houses in India. He has been able to add more than 300 publications and 27 books
Head, Department of Mycology and Plant Pathology, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University
Dr. Irina Druzhinina studied biology at the Lomonosov’s State University in Moscow, Russia, and at the University of Vienna, where she graduated (PhD) in 2001. Thereafter she became a University Assistant in the research area of C.P. Kubicek at Vienna University of Technology, and habilitated in 2011 in “Microbiology”. She is now leader of the working group “Microbiology” at the same institute.
The scientific work of Irina Druzhinina started with a focus on mycology and molecular evolution, working on species diversity and population differentiation in Trichoderma, where she established an online tool for species identification based on DNA barcodes that is today one of the main resources for this purpose for researchers worldwide. In addition, she worked on such diverse topics as phenotype profiling of industrial fungi, peptaibol biosynthesis in Trichoderma, biodiesel production by marine algae, Trichoderma endophytes, biofungicide development and molecular ecology of Trichoderma. In the last years, her interest expanded to ecological genomics, i.e. the use of genome wide information to study the evolutionary adaptation of Trichoderma in its habitats. She acts as a member of the editorial board for Applied and Environmental Microbiology, and is the chair of the International Subcommission on Taxonomy of Trichoderma and Hypocrea, a member of ICTF/IUMS. She published > 60 papers in peer reviewed international journals and edited a book
Plants Nutrition Department, College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, Nanjing Agricultural University
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