The yeasts. 3.
Saccharifying agents: methods of production and uses. 4.
The production of industrial alcohol by fermentation. 5.
Facts and theories concerning the mechanism of the Ethyl Alcohol fermentation. 6.
The distilling industries. 9.
Production of yeast and yeast products. 10.
The Glycerol fermentation. 11.
The bacteria. 12.
The Acetone-Butanol fermentation. 13.
The Acetone-Ethanol fermentation. 14.
The Butyl Alcohol-Isopropyl Alcohol fermentation. 15.
The Acetic Acid bacteria and some of their biochemical activities. 16.
The production of Lactic Acid by fermentation. 17.
Some Lactic Acid bacteria and some fermented milk products. 20.
The Propionic Acid fermentation. 22.
The production and properties of 2,3-Butanediol. 23.
Some minor bacterial activities with industrial implications. 24.
The molds. 25.
The Citric Acid fermentation. 26.
The Gluconic Acid fermentation. 27.
The Fumaric Acid fermentation. 28.
The Gallic Acid fermentation. 29.
The Itaconic and Itatartaric Acid(less)
2. History of industrial microbiology.
3. Nature, classification, morphology and synthesis of viruses.
4. Viruses of eucaryotes.
5. Mycoplasmas and mycoplasmas viruses.
6. Mycobacteria, myxobacteria, rickettsiae and chlamydiae.
7. Bacteria: eubacteria.
8. Archaeobacteria, actinomycetes, actinoplanetes and maduromycetes.
9. Spirochetes and rickettsias.
10. Eukaryota: fungi.
11. Nutrition and photosynthesis in bacteria.
12. Growth and development of microorganisms.
13. Cultivation of bacteria and viruses.
14. Microbial genetics and variations in characters.
15. Techniques of recombinant DNA technology for production of biologicals.
16. Methods of sterilization.
17. Methods of disinfestation.
18. Culturing of industrial microorganisms.
19. Microbes in pharmaceutical industry.
20. Industrial fermenters.
21. Development of industrial microorganisms.
22. Biology of enzymes.
23. Production of enzymes.
24. Production of enzymes by fermentation.
25. Applications of enzymes.
26. Enzyme immobilization.
27. Applications of immobilized enzymes and biosensor technology.
28. Production of industrial Alcohol.
29. Production of organic acid.
30. Production of amino acids(less)
Biotechnological potential and industrial application of yeast/J. Vetriselvi, R.
Saravanamuthu and V. Dhivaharan.
2. Probiotics microorganisms/S.
Dhiva, R. Chandrasekaran and R.
Spirulina : its role in food industry/S. Balamurugan, R.
Saravanamuthu and G. Chithra.
4. Microbial biopesticides/S.
Manian and K. Sowndhararajan.
5. Biotechnological potentials of cyanobacteria and their industrial applications/N.
Biotechnological potentialities of higher fungi/A. Panneerselvam.
7. Cordyceps sinensis (Yarha gamboo): a high value medicinal mushroom/R.
C. Gupta and P.
8. Biotechnological application in textile industry--antimicrobial textiles/R.
Applications of streptomyces sp. in pharmaceutical industry/D.
Microbial proteases and their applications/A. Mehta.
11. Proteases: significance and applications/Richa Jain, N.
Kango and P.C.
Electrocatalytically active laccases: application for biosensor development/Sarika Kuhad and Ramesh Chander Kuhad. 13.
Potential applications of microbial phytases in aquaculture/Venkatrao Konasani and T. Satyanarayana.
14. Laccase regulation and laccase-dependent bioremediation/R.
P. Singh, Vivekanand and Pallavi Dwivedi.
15. Biotechnological, genetic engineering and nanotechnological potential(less)
Conceptualisation of the problem. 2.
The evolution of an industrial sector in Sri Lanka the initial phase. 3.
Private industrial accumulation in Sri Lanka. 4.
The cyclical behaviour of industrial accumulation. 5.
The slow growth in industrial investment up to 1977: the disparate forces. 6.
Industrial accumulation and market forces. 7.
Concluding remarks. Appendices.
"Sri Lanka has been struggling to become an industrial nation over the last half century. State capital, domestic private capital and foreign capital have played different roles individually, each in their own way.
There was no collectivity among them for achieving the common national objective. In countries, which were successful in achieving their national objectives, the above tripod seems to have performed as an alliance in achieving the common goal.
Sri Lanka has every potential for industrial development. What it requires is the collective action of the above factors.
The non-economic elements become hostile to private(less)
1. Introduction, Essentials of Valid Contract and Types.
2. Offer and Acceptance 3.
Law Ful Considerate 4. Contractual Capacity 5.
Free Consent 6. Legality of Object 7.
Expressly Declared Void Agreement 8. Quasi Contract and Contingent Contract 9.
Discharge of Contract 10. Performance of Contract 11.
Breach of Contract 12. Contract of Indemnity & Guarantee 13.
Contract of Agency Part B. Sale of Goods Act 1930, 14.
Introduction 15. Conditions and Warranties 16.
Transfer of Ownership and Delivery of Goods. 17.
Unpaid Seller Part C. Negotiable Instrument Act, 18.
Negotiation Instrument Definition, Features & Type 19. Parties of Negotiable Instrument 20.
Negotiable and Assignment 21. Present Discharge and Dishonor of Negotiable Instrument 22.
Crossing and Bouncing of Cheque Part D. Indian Partnership Act, 23.
Introduction Definite 24. Legislation 25.
Rights, Duties & Relationship of Partners 26. Dissolution of Partnership Firms Part E.
Industrial Law, 25. Payment of Wages(less)
Network layer functions and protocols. 3.
Transport layer functions and protocols. 4.
Application layer services and protocols. 5.
Survey of contemporary internet technologies. 6.
Server site programming. "This publication provides comprehensive information about networking from the lowest levels of data transmission and wiring to the highest level of application software.
It successfully answers all questions from the area of computer networking and internet operation. After giving a brief explanation of how the underlying hardware works and discussing modulating a carrier, asynchronous, character-oriented data transmission, it defines terms such as bandwidth and baud.
It introduces ten motivation for using packets, and then describes characteristics used to categorize networks as: LANs, local loops, WANs, public or private, connection oriented or connectionless, as well as basic network topologies and wiring schemes. Finally it includes a discussion of both general and specific applications by describing the client-server model(less)
K. Sharma and R.
The removal of mercury in wastewater with polymer-coated hydrous iron(III) oxide having carboxylate functional groups/G.N.
Manju and T.S.
Treatment techniques for minimisation of heavy metal contents in water and wastewater/Ali Mohammad, Mohamed Najar P.A.
and Eram Iraqi. 4.
Clean-up technologies for the treatment of wastewater containing toxic metals and cyanides/T.B.
Bioresins and microbial polishers for the treatment of nickel and chromium laden electroplating industrial effluents: an integrated approach/Neelam Verma, Manish Wasuja and Usha Gupta. 6.
Some strategies towards mitigation of pollution from tanneries: a review/J. Raghava Rao, K.
J. Sreeram, Balachandran Unni Nair and T.
An integrated biological and chemical oxidative system for treatment of tannery effluent/G. Sekaran, S.
Shanmugasundaram, M. Mariappan and T.
Distillery effluent treatment by methane production in India/Ram Chandra. 9.
A review of current technologies for distillery(less)
2. Signal Analysis.
3. Quantum Mechanics.
6. Fluid dynamics.
7. Group Representations.
8. Control Theory.
9. Dynamical Systems.
10. Quantum Stochastic Calculus.
11. Statistical Mechanics.
12. Antenna Theory: Analysis and Synthesis.
13. Quantum Field Theory.
14. Statistical Signal Processing Problems in Music.
15. Miscellaneous Study Project Problems.
16. BE Projects.
17. Objective type questions.
"The mathematical tools used in signal analysis involve differential and difference equations, integral equations, matrix algebra and calculus, complex analysis and probability theory and random processes. This book applies these tools to problems in various branches of physics like fluid dynamics, electromagnetism and quantum theory.
The book will be of use to research workers in signal processing as well as to research workers in physics and applied mathematics. Partial differential equations have been introduced here as an additional tool in signal analysis since they are used to describe quantum, electromagnetic and(less)
List of contributors. I.
Revolutional oxides: 1. Function cultivation in transparent oxides utilizing natural and artificial nanostructures/Hideo Hosono and Masahiro Hirano.
2. The role of lattice defects of oxides/Mitsuru Itoh.
3. Size effect of ferroelectric and high permittivity thin films/Hiroshi Funakubo.
II. State-of-the-Art Polymers: 4.
Photonic devices using liquid crystal nanostructures/Hideo Takezoe. 5.
Nanocylinder array structures in block copolymer thin films/Kaori Kamata and Tomokazu Iyoda. 6.
Nano-size charge inhomogeneity in organic metals/Takehiko Mori. III.
Nanostructure design for new functions: 7. Size control of nanostructures by quantum confinement/Hiroyuki Hirayama.
8. Grain boundary dynamics in ceramics superplasticity/Fumihiro Wakai and Arturo Dominguez-Rodriguez.
9. Nanostructure control for high-strength and high-ductility aluminum alloys/Tatsuo Sato.
IV. Nanostructure architecture for engineering applications: 10.
Nanoporous materials from mineral and organic templates/Kiyoshi Okada and Kenneth J.D.
Enhancement of thermoelectric figure of merit through nanostructural control on intermetallic semiconductors toward high-temperature applications/Yoshinao(less)
1. Nanotechnology to bring radical changes to chemical processes and engineering.
2. Nanotechnology improves foods, water, farming and environment but potential risks come with benefits.
3. Health, medicine and surgical transplants have definite nanotech advantages.
4. Nanotechnology set to bring revolutionary changes in I.
T., communications and entertainment industries.
5. Security, defence, weaponry, space science and aviation get new facelift by nanotechnology.
6. Nanotechnology makes difference to materials, markets and development in various sciences and industries.
7. Nanotechnology in infrastructure, mining, energy, construction and transport.
8. Discussions and debates about nanotech advancements that may affect more than just industry.
"The Nanotech advancements in near future will be magical and capable of upturning the commercial calculations of market beyond anyone's guess of the moment. This set Nanotechnology and Industrial Future is a sneak preview at that and an attempt to visit various industries and record the(less)
Introduction to biotechnology. 2.
Benefits of genetic manipulation. 4.
Agricultural applications of biotechnology. 5.
Biotechnology in livestock production. 6.
Biotechnology for food security. 7.
Applications of marine biotechnology. 8.
Industrial applications of biotechnology. 9.
Applications of biotechnology in health care. 10.
Biotechnological applications in environment. 11.
Impact of biotechnology on biodiversity. Bibliography.
Index. "Biotechnology is the culmination of more than 8,000 years of human experience using live organisms and the process of fermentation to make useful products.
It can be viewed as a group of useful, enabling technologies with wide and diverse applications in the industry, commerce and environment. Historically, biotechnology evolved as an artisanal skill rather than a science, exemplified in the manufacture of beers, wines, cheese etc.
Today biotechnology is applied to manufacturing processes used in health care, food and agriculture, industrial processes and environmental cleanup, among other applications. This book offers a comprehensive description of the applications(less)
2. Ranikhet disease (newcastle disease).
3. Infectious Bursal disease(Gumbro disease).
4. Marek's disease (MD).
6. Fowl Pox.
7. Laryngotracheitis (Infectious laryngotracheitis).
8. Avian Encephalomyelitis (Epidemic Tremor).
9. Duck Hepatitis (DH).
10. Respiratory diseases.
11. Fowl Typhoid.
12. Avain Tuberculosis (AT).
13. Bacillary White Diarrhoea (BWD).
14. Fowl Cholera (Avain Pasteurellosis).
15. Coligranuloma (Hjarre's disease).
16. Chlamydiosis (Ornithosis).
19. Parasitic diseases caused by internal parasites.
20. Parastic diseases caused by external parasites.
21. Deficiencies of minerals and vitamins.
22. Diagnosis of poultry diseases.
23. Infectious bronchitis.
24. Influenza (Avian influenza or bird flu).
25. Favus (Tinea).
26. Quail disease (Ulcerative enteritis).
27. Avian Pseudotuberculosis (AP).
28. Mycoplasma Gallisepticum (MG) Infection (Chronic Respiratory disease).
29. Aspergillosis (Brooder Pneumonia).
30. Thrush (Candidiasis).
31. Avain Arizonosis (AA).
32. Rupture of the Gastrocnemius Tendon.
33. Heat Prostration.
35. Gangrenous Dermatitis (GD).
36. Botulism (Limberneck).
37. Coryza (Infectious Coryza)(less)
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