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Evolving Industrial Biotechnology in Developing Countries
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Ogbadu. Lucy, Godwin Ogbadu and Courtie Mahamadi
2019, .xiii+259,. fig,. tbls,. col,. indx,. 25cm
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Imprint :  Daya Publishing House
Year :  2020
 

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ISBN: 9789389605440
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The Centre for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAM S&T Centre) is an inter-governmental organisation with a membership of 47 countries spread over Asia, Africa, Middle East and Latin America. Besides this, 11 S&T agencies and academic / research institutions of Bolivia, Brazil, India, Nigeria and Turkey are the members of the S&T-Industry Network of the Centre. The Centre was set up in 1989 to promote South-South cooperation through mutually beneficial partnerships among scientists and technologists and scientific organisations in developing countries. It implements a variety of programmes including international workshops, meetings, roundtables, training courses and collaborative projects and brings out scientific publications, including a quarterly Newsletter. It is also implementing 8 Fellowship schemes, namely, Joint NAM S&T Centre – ZMT Bremen Fellowship; Joint NAM S&T Centre – ICCBS Fellowship; Joint NAM S&T Centre – DST (South Africa) Training Fellowship on Minerals Processing & Beneficiation; NAM S&T Centre – U2ACN2 Research Associateship in Nanosciences & Nanotechnology; Joint CSIR / CFTRI (Diamond Jubilee) – NAM S&T Centre Fellowship; NAM S&T Centre Research Fellowship; NAM S&T Centre – ACENTDFB Fellowship in Neglected Tropical Diseases and Forensic Biotechnology; NAM S&T Centre - ASRT, Egypt Fellowship Programme. These activities provide, among others, the opportunity for scientist-to-scientist contact and interaction, training and expert assistance, familiarising the scientific community on the latest developments and techniques in the subject areas, and identification of technologies for transfer between member countries. The Centre has so far brought out 79 publications and has organised 113 international workshops and training programmes.

Contents

Foreword v
Dr. AV Rama Rao
Preface vii
Prof. Lucy Ogbadu, Prof. Godwin Ogbadu and Prof. Courtie Mahamadi
Introduction ix Prof. (Dr.) Arun P. Kulshreshtha
Director General, NAM S&T Centre
Strategic Development Programs
1. Advances of Biotechnology in Cuba 3
Marisol Romeu Hernández, CUBA
2. The Mathematical Language in Biotechnology: Case Study 11
Mostafa M. Abo Elsoud, EGYPT
3. Promotion of Biotech Industry in India 19
Keerti Mishra, INDIA
4. The Current Status of Industrial Biotechnology in Nigeria 33
Deborah Asabe Ashigye, NIGERIA
5. The Use of Biotechnology in Zambia 43
Lordwell K. Witika and Jonas Mundike, ZAMBIA
6. Opportunities of Industrial Biotechnology in the Pharmaceutical
and Food and Beverage Industry in Advancement of
Zimbabwean Industries: Review 57
Travers Chirova, Thamari Sengudzwa and Cephas Mawere, ZIMBABWE
7. Industrial Biotechnology: Then, Now and the Future 67
Chenjerayi Kashangura, ZIMBABWE
Specific Biotechnology Efforts —
Agriculture
8. The Application of Biotechnology in Aquaculture Value Addition
and Beneficiation: Prospect and Challenges in The Gambia 75
Bintou Dibba, GAMBIA
9. The Use of an In vitro Derived Seedling in Indonesian
Cocoa Replanting Programme 83
Taryono, INDONESIA
10. Development of an Affordable, Rapid, Sensitive and Specific
Field Based PCR Assay for Detection and Quantification of
Newcastle Disease (NCD) 99
Willis A. Adero, KENYA, K.G Tirumurugaan and G. Dhinakar Raj, INDIA
11. Study on the Antifungal Activities of Effective Fungi as a Control
of Plant Pathogenic Fungi 111
Win Min Than, Khaing Nwe Nwe Oo, Nann Miky Moh Moh,
Kyi Pyar Win, Ei Mon Myo, Myat Phyu Khine, Ko Ko Lwin,
Win Htun Yin and Aye Aye Khai, MYANMAR
12. Commercialization of Bioorganic Fertilizer for
Sustainable Agriculture 127
Buddhi Ratna Khadge, NEPAL
13. A Review on the Role of Tissue Culture in the Propagation of
Planting Materials in Zimbabwe: Sweet Potato 133
L.G. Muusha and T.O. Nyarumbu and C. Moffat, ZIMBABWE
Industrial
14. Engineering Fatty Acid Biosynthesis Pathway in Microbes for
Production of Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids 143
Narendra Kadoo, Smrati Sanghi, Tejas Chirmade, Ashwini Rajwade and
Vidya Gupta, INDIA
15. Lipase Production Potential of a Locally Isolated
Extreme Halotolerant Aspergillus sp. FIMT2 Strain using
Agro-industrial Wastes as Substrate 151
Farizul Hafiz Kasim1, Haliru Musa, Ahmad Anas Bin Nagoor Gunny
and Mohammad Azmier Ahmad, MALAYSIA
16. Sri Lankan Finger Millet (Elucine coracana) Variety ‘Raavana’ as
Potential Probiotic Source 167
D.M.W.D. Divisekera, J.K.R.R. Samarasekera, J. Goonerathne, C. Hettiarachchi
and S. Gopalakrishnan, SRI LANKA
17. Isolation, Characterization and Molecular Identification of New
Sudanese Streptomyces spp. Producing Bioactive Secondary
Metabolites 185
Abdelhalim Abdullahi Hamza Ahmed, Benjamin R. Clark,
Cormac D. Murphy and Elsheik A. Elobiedc, SUDAN
18. Isolation and Evaluation of Streptomyces Species from Harare
Agricultural Soils for Production of Vitamin B12 205
Tapiwashe Claudious Madeya, Eunita Chidziya and
Cephas Mawere, ZIMBABWE
19. Optimization of Bio-Ethanol Production from Barley Waste Using
Response Surface Methodology 217
S. Manhokwe and T. Chikuru, ZIMBABWE
20. Synthesis of Hydraulic Brake Fluid from Jatropha Oil 229
Damascus Masawi, Soloman Manyere and Shelton Magaiza, ZIMBABWE
Environment
21. A Comparative Investigation of the Reduction of Coliform Bacteria
in Wastewater by Agaricus bisporus, Plerotus sajor-caju
and Plerotus ostreatus 239
Eunita Chidziya, Marvelous Chikerema and Shumbeyi Muzondo, ZIMBABWE
Industrial Biotechnology: Driving Value Addition and Beneficiation,
August, 2017 253
Index 255

Industrial Biotechnology is the application of biotechnology to industrial processes leading to synthesizing and creating innovative products in a sustainable manner. It is one of the most promising new approaches to pollution prevention, resource conservation, cost reduction and creation of new markets while protecting the environment. Most of the countries, including those with emerging economies, acknowledge the role being played by this upcoming area in the conversion of natural resources into value added products of benefit to humans. For example, Industrial Biotechnology can be a game changer in the minerals extraction, metal recovery and entire process chain by providing environmentally friendly higher productivity and yields.
In order to gather collective wisdom for use by all the stake holders to accelerate the pace of industrial development and intensely deliberate on the issues concerning potential of industrial biotechnology and the strategies for its exploitation and application across a variety of areas in the developing countries, the NAM S&T Centre in partnership with the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development, Zimbabwe and the National Biotechnology Authority (NBA) of Zimbabwe organised the 2nd Training Workshop on ‘Industrial Biotechnology: Driving Value Addition and Beneficiation’ during 22-24 August 2017 in Harare which brought various stake holders, viz. scientists, experts and professionals engaged in R&D, policy making and implementation to a common platform for improving their skills and sharing views and experiences in various aspects of Industrial Biotechnology.
This book comprises 21 chapters from the researchers and professionals of 14 countries. The chapters in this book have been categorised in two sections, namely, Strategic Development Programs and Specific Biotechnology Efforts
The book is expected to be of great value to the policy experts and technology service providers, business, civil societies and multi-lateral agencies amongst developing countries with the objective of harnessing the benefits of promising Industrial Biotechnology.

   

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  Courtie Mahamadi
Godwing Ogbadu
Lucy Ogbadu
 
   

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