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Fungal Secondary Metabolites: Synthesis and Applications in Agroecosystem: Nanobiotechnology for Plant Protection

Editat de Kamel A. Abd-Elsalam, Heba I. Mohamed
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 21 sep 2023
Fungal Secondary Metabolites: Synthesis and Applications in Agroecosystem presents the properties and biotechnological applications of fungal metabolites and their industrial, pharmaceutical, antimicrobial, and anticancer applications. Chapters cover topics including the role of fungal metabolites in the management of biotic or abiotic stress, microbial alkaloids and their pharmaceutical and agricultural applications, and fungal metabolites as novel plant pathogen antagonists. In order to develop novel bioactive compounds, researchers must understand the agricultural applications of fungal metabolites. This book provides expert insights from around the globe highlighting the latest understanding and future prospects for their use. Plant and agri-food environmental scientists, researchers, graduate, and post-graduate students in related fields will find value in this reference book which is published as part of the Nanobiotechnology for Plant Protection series.


  • Addresses the link between fungal secondary metabolites and health
  • Covers cryptic genes and their link to the production of bioactive compounds
  • Explores possibilities for producing bio-based business solutions
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780323952415
ISBN-10: 0323952410
Pagini: 584
Ilustrații: 56 illustrations (56 in full color)
Dimensiuni: 216 x 276 mm
Editura: ELSEVIER SCIENCE
Seria Nanobiotechnology for Plant Protection


Public țintă

Plant and agri-food environmental scientists and researchers, graduate and post-graduate students in related fields

Cuprins

Series Preface
Preface
1. Synthesis and application of fungal secondary metabolites in agroecosystems: A note from the editors
2. Fungal metabolites and role in management of abiotic stress
3. Endophytic fungi: plant growth-promoting phytohormones and application
4. Microbial alkaloids and their application in pharmaceutical and agriculture applications
5. Secondary metabolites of lichens and their application
6. Biocontrol of Aspergillus and Penicillium mycotoxin: benefits and limitations
7. Biocontrol of mycotoxins: dynamics and mechanism of actions
8. Secondary metabolites of Verticillim spp. And their application against biotic and abiotic stress
9. Fungal pigments: secondary metabolites and their application
10. Chitinase production and their application
11. Exopolysaccharides produced by fungi and their environmental applications
12. Ergot alkaloids from Claviceps: production and pharmacological properties
13. Fungal Metabolites as Anticancer Agent and Their Agricultural Applications
14. Microbial metabolites and role in remediation of heavy metal and removal of toxic dyes
15. Microbial Plant growth promoting and Their Induction in Abiotic Stress Management
16. An enigmatic secondary metabolite: Melanins and potential for industrial use
17. Microbial Nanoenzymes: Features and Applications
18. Antimicrobial activity of Penicillium species metabolites
19. Safety concerns on biological contaminations in fermented foods: Special focus on fungi and mycotoxins
20. Fungal volatile organic compounds
21. Role of microbes in altering the plant metabolome under stressful environments
22. Metabolic Engineering of Fungal Secondary Metabolism in Plants for Stress Tolerance
23. Differential fungal metabolite accumulation in response to abiotic and biotic stresses
24. Response Mechanism of Plants to secondary metabolites production
25. Types and applications of potential antibiotics produced by fungi
26. Role of fungal metabolites in pharmaceutical and human health
27. Production of phenolic secondary metabolites by endophytic fungi: Importance and Implications