Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Common Fungi Convert Biomass into Aviation Fuel; Phytoremediation and Bio-Augmentation for Removal of Polychlorinated Biphenyl from Soil

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This issue profiles common fungi that convert biomass into aviation fuel, phytoremediation and bio-augmentation for removal of polychlorinated biphenyl from soil, and genetic modification in maize crops for boosting nitrogen uptake efficiency.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Common Fungi Convert Biomass into Aviation Fuel; Phytoremediation and Bio-Augmentation for Removal of Polychlorinated Biphenyl from SoilIn This Issue1. COMMON FUNGI CONVERTS BIOMASS INTO AVIATION FUEL2. PHYTOREMEDIATION AND BIO-AUGMENTATION FOR REMOVAL OF POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYL FROM SOIL3. GENETIC MODIFICATION IN MAIZE CROPS BOOSTS NITROGEN UPTAKE EFFICIENCY4. KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK




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