Environmental Biotechnology Research Group: Research Report.

Faculty of Biotechnology & Biomolecular Sciences, Environmental Biotechnology Research Group (2009) Environmental Biotechnology Research Group: Research Report.

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Abstract

Environmental biotechnology exploits living organisms (plant, bacteria, fungi, etc) in various applications of waste treatment and remediation of pollutants. The organisms that demonstrate the potential to utilize the wastes or pollutants as food are naturally found in the environment. Rapid development in genetic technology also assists in introducing genetically modified organisms with enhanced capability to degrade wastes or pollutants. It has been proven that environmental biotechnology can provide safer methods of cleaning hazardous wastes compared to conventional methods since it uses natural agents. Finally the utilization of biowastes and organic residues to useful value added product were also studied

Item Type:Journal (Research Report)
Subject:Biotechnology
Subject:Biotechnology - Research
Corporate Creators:Universiti Putra Malaysia
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences > Environmental Biotechnology Research Group
Publisher:Environmental Biotechnology Research Group
ID Code:17930
Deposited By: Muizzudin Kaspol
Deposited On:21 Jul 2011 03:25
Last Modified:16 Oct 2014 02:31

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