The development of sustainable and renewable biofuels is attracting growing interest. It is vital to develop robust microbial strains for biocatalysts that are able to function under multiple stress conditions. This Microbiology Monograph provides an overview of methods for studying microbial stress tolerance for biofuels applications using a systems biology approach. Topics covered range from mechanisms to methodology for yeast and bacteria, including the genomics of yeast tolerance and detoxification; genetics and regulation of glycogen and trehalose metabolism; programmed cell death; high gravity fermentations; ethanol tolerance; improving biomass sugar utilization by engineered Saccharomyces; the genomics on tolerance of Zymomonas mobilis; microbial solvent tolerance; control of stress tolerance in bacterial host organisms; metabolomics for ethanologenic yeast; automated proteomics work cell systems for strain improvement; and unification of gene expression data for comparable analyses under stress conditions.FEMS Microbiol Lett 162:155a160 Runquist D, Fonseca C, Ra ... Microb Cell Fact 7:18 Sarthy AV, McConaughy BL, Lobo Z, Sundstrom JA, Furlong CE, Hall BD ( 1987) Expression of the Escherichia ... Enzyme Microb Technol 33:19a28 Slininger PJ, Bolen PL, Kurtzman CP (1987) Pachysolen tannophilus: properties andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Microbial Stress Tolerance for Biofuels|
|Author||:||Zonglin Lewis Liu|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-09-15|