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 contemporary advancements at the subject "Agriculture and nutrients Production". the 1st quantity supplied evaluate on fungal body structure, metabolism, genetics and biotechnology and highlighted their reference to specific functions to meals creation. the second one quantity examines numerous particular purposes of mycology and fungal biotechnology to nutrients creation and processing. within the moment quantity insurance on ultimate components of the subject matter, foodstuff crop creation and purposes within the meals and drinks area, is gifted. The interdisciplinary and complicated nature of the topic region, mixed with the necessity to examine the sustainability of agri-food practices, its economics and commercial views, calls for a definite concentration and selectivity of matters. during this context the hot literature contained during this paintings might help readers arrive at accomplished, intensive info at the position of fungi in agricultural meals and feed expertise. As a qualified reference this booklet is concentrated in the direction of agri-food manufacturer learn institutions, govt and educational devices. academics and scholars, either in undergraduate and graduate experiences, in departments of meals technological know-how, nutrients expertise, meals engineering, microbiology, utilized molecular genetics and biotechnology also will locate this paintings beneficial.
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Wine yeasts could be explained by a similar process, so that ectopic recombination between repeat sequences is mostly repressed, and meiosis and sporulation are very scarce . When meiosis takes place, chromosomal reorganization seems to be frequent, as if mechanisms repressing ectopic recombination were not active . 2. Reorganization of non essential sequences Polymorphism in size and number of wine yeast chromosomes within populations belonging to the species S. cerevisiae is the rule rather than the exception.
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Restriction analysis of this region has allowed the identification of 33 wine yeast species and 129 food yeast species belonging to 25 different genera . The recent applications of molecular techniques to the ecological study of wine yeasts have thus demonstrated that strain variation can also occur within the non-Saccharomyces species. Different strains of the unique non-Saccharomyces species contribute to the fermentation, and different phases of the fermentation are sometimes dominated by different strains of the same species.
Agriculture and Food Production by George G. Khachatourians and Dilip K. Arora (Eds.)