Applied Biology
  • Tummy in a dish November 13, 2014

    The colorful snakelike image here is fluorescently ...

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  • Biotechnology in Agriculture April 22, 2013

    The term Agriculture refers to cultivation of Plants, Animals for food, fuels, clothes, Medicine and other products which are essential for our living. Conventional Agriculture is practiced differently by different people around the globe. It is well known ...

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  • Algal Biofuel Production May 7, 2012

    Algae offer a promising alternative to terrestrially grown vascular plants as a future source of biofuel (feedstock) Large-scale biofuel production may require the use of algae instead of land plants: The alternative energy industry is poised ...

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  • Tips for Staying Healthy March 19, 2012

    Eat a balanced diet with plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains. Wash fruits and vegetables carefully; they may have come from a country where pesticide and sanitation laws are lax.  Use unsaturated oils, such as olive or canola, ...

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  • Production of Micro & Macro January 4, 2012

    “Biotechnology” emerged as a result of integration of biological science wit technology. It is the application of scientific and engineering principles to the processing of materials by biological agents to provide goods and services. Processes such as ...

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  • Citric Acid December 30, 2011

    Almost all of the world’s output of citric acid, an intermediate in tricarboxylic acid cycle, is produced microbiologically. Citric acid cycle is a food preservative and flavoring agent of fruit juices, candy, ice cream, marmalade and other products. ...

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