Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Gene Manipulation to Improve Barley Yield in Water Logged Areas; Super Yeast Strain Improves Efficiency of Ethanol Production from Pine; Innovative Method of Producing Soap from Bacteria

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This issue profiles gene manipulation to improve barley yield in water logged areas, a super yeast strain that improves efficiency of ethanol production from pine, and an innovative method of producing soap from bacteria.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Gene Manipulation to Improve Barley Yield in Water Logged Areas; Super Yeast Strain Improves Efficiency of Ethanol Production from Pine; Innovative Method of Producing Soap from BacteriaIn This Issue1. GENE MANIPULATION TO IMPROVE BARLEY YIELD IN WATER LOGGED AREAS2. SUPER YEAST STRAIN IMPROVES EFFICIENCY OF ETHANOL PRODUCTION FROM PINE3. INNOVATIVE METHOD OF PRODUCING SOAP FROM BACTERIA4. KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK




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