Beneficial Microorganisms& Industrial Microbiology

As the knowledge of bacteria and yeast-chemical behaviors grew, other biotechnological uses for the microbes were found. A few examples include the use of the bacterium Lactobacillus acidophilus to produce yogurt, the exploitation of a number of different bacteria to produce a variety of cheeses, and the fermentation of cabbage to produce sauerkraut. In the agricultural sector, the discovery of the ability of Rhizobium spp. to convert elemental nitrogen to a form that was useable by a growing plant, led to the use of the microorganism as a living fertilizer that grew in association with the plant species.

  • Microbes in Gastrointestinal tract
  • Application of Prebiotics
  • Microbes in Obesity
  • Microbes in Oral health
  • Microorganisms in Infection control
  • Host-Microbe communications
  • Role of microbes in Immune Modulation
  • Microbes in Human Health
  • Microbes in Animal Health

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