Exploring Indonesian Microbial Genetic Resources for Industrial Application

LIPI Press

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Title Exploring Indonesian Microbial Genetic Resources for Industrial Application
 
Creator Atit Kanti; LIPI
Endang Sukara; LIPI
Harmastini Sukiman; LIPI
Puspita Lisdiyanti; LIPI
Ruth Melliawati; LIPI
Shanti Ratnakomala; LIPI
Sylvia J. R. Lekatompessy; LIPI
Trisanti Anindyawati; LIPI
Yantyati Widyastuti; LIPI
Yopi; LIPI
 
Subject Lingkungan
Biota Laut
Lombok
NTT
 
Description Indonesia is a mega biodiversity country consisting of various types of animals and plants, including genetic microbial resources. However, the exploration on microbes has not been yet extensively explored. This book highlights some important findings and achievements carried out by the microbiologists in LIPI on the sustainable use of Indonesian microbial genetic resources.Through this book, some successful processes of identification, characterization, and preservation in culture collections of Indonesian microbial genetic resources have been showed vividly. Some of potential microbes useful for human welfare are also described in this book, including their utilization for food, feed, health, and bioenergy.It is expected that this book can be a useful reference for those who are interested in the importance of microbial genetic resources for the prosperity of the nation as it revealed some significant findings on microbes, which have been isolated from various sources in Indonesia.
 
Publisher LIPI PRESS
 
Date 2020-10-22
 
Type Book

 
Format Digital (DA)
 
Identifier https://e-service.lipipress.lipi.go.id/press/catalog/book/291
 
Source LIPI PRESS;
 

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