- edited by A. Steinbüchel.
- Weinheim ; Chichester : Wiley-VCH, c2001-
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- v. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Applications of Natural Fiber Composites for Constructive Parts in Aerospace, Automobiles, and Other Areas (U. Riedel &-- J. Nickel).Applications of Biopolymers in Construction Engineering (J. Plank).Microbial Deterioration of Synthetic and Biological Polymers Used in Engineering and Construction (J. Gu). Applications of Polyphosphate and other Biopolymers in Wastewater Treatment (A. Kuroda &-- H. Ohtake).Mater-Bi: Biodegradable Material for Various Applications (C. Bastioli).Chemical Modification of Synthetic and Biosynthetic Polyesters (B. Hazer).Biofilms (H. Flemming &-- J. Wingender).Health Issues of Biopolymers: Polyhydroxybutyrate (T. Freier, et al.).Biotechnological Processes for the Production of Monomers for Subsequent Chemical Polymer Synthesis (S. Lee, et al.).Economic Aspects of Biopolymer Production (S. Lee, et al.).Sustainability, Agro-resources and Technology in the Polymer Industry (S. Vellema, et al.).Biodegradability of Polymers: Regulations and Methods for Testing (R. M 2--ller).Evaluation and Certification of Compostable Polymeric Materials and Products (M. van der Zee).Life-cycle Assessment of Bio-based Polymers and Natural Fiber Composites (M. Patel, et al.).Biodegradable Plastics in the Social and Political Environment (I. Sartorius).Evaluating the Environmental Impact of Biopolymers (S. Slater, et al.).Index.
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- Chemical structures and occurrence of natural polyisoprenoides-- chemical structures of synthetic polysioprenoides-- biosynthesis routes to the building blocks of polyisoprenoides-- biosynthesis of natural rubber and other natural polyisoprenoides-- biosynthesis routes diverting from intermediates of polyisoprenoide biosynthesis to related products of the metabolism-- biological functions of natural rubber and stucture of latex-- technical production and properties of synthetic rubbers-- biodegradation of natural and synthetic rubbers-- biotechnological processes for recycling of rubber products-- biotechnological processes for desulfurization of rubber products-- rubber recycling.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527302215 20160528
- Cutin from Plants (P. Kolattukudy) Suberin from Plants (P. Kolattukudy) Water--soluble Aliphatic Polyesters (Polymalic acid)s (B. Lee, et al.) Microbial Water--insoluble Aliphatic Polyesters (PHA) (J. Merrick) Non--storage Poly--(R)--3--hydroxyalkanoates (Complexed PHAs) in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes (R. Reusch) PHA Synthases: The Key Enzyme of PHA Synthesis (B. Rehm and A. Steinbuchel) Metabolic Pathways and Engineering of PHA Biosynthesis (K. Taguchi, et al.) Metabolic Flux Analysis on the Production of Poly(3--hydroxybutyrate) (S. Lee, et al.) Fermentative Production of SCL--PHAs (S. lee and S. Park) Fermentative Production of Medium--chain--length Poly (3--hydroxylkanoate) (R. Weusthuis, et al.) Biosynthesis and Fermentative Production of SCL--PHAs (S. Lee and S. Park) Production of PHAs from Activated Sludge (H. Satoh and T. Mino) In vitro Biosynthesis of Polyhxdroxyalkanoates (S. Zhang, et al.) Enzymatic Polymerization to Polyesters (S. Kobayashi and H. Uyama) Production of Polyhydroxyalkanoates in Transgenic Plants (Y. Poirier and K. Gruys).
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527302246 20160528
- Inorganic Polyphosphates (G. Kortstee, et al.). Metabolism of Natural Polymeric Sulfur Compounds (C. Dahl, et al.). Polythioesters (T. Lutke Eversloh & A. Steinbuchel). Polyhydroxymethionine (K. Huthmacher). Modular Polyketide Synthases (R. Dieckmann & T. Schwecke). Natural Polyacetals (P. Metzger & C. Largeau). Hemozoin: a Biocrystal Synthesized during the Degradation of Hemoglobin (D. Sullivan). Thymine Containing Styrene Polymers as Environmentally Benign Photoresists (L. Lloyd Kindstrand & J. Warner). Biodegradation of Alginate, Xanthan, and Gellan (W. Hashimoto, et al.). Biodegradable Plastics from Cellulose and Lignocellulosics (M. Yoshioka). Biodegradation of Synthetic Water Soluble Polymers (G. Swift). Biodegradation of Polyethers (Polyethylene Glycol, Polypropylene Glycol, Polytetramethylene glycol, and Others) (F. Kawai). Biodegradation of Polyacrylate (F. Kawai & T. Hayashi). Biodegradation of Polyurethanes (Y. Tokiwa). Biodegradation of Poly(vinyl alcohol) and its Copolymers (S. Matsumura). Biol ogical Susceptibility of Polystyrene (A. Tsuchii, et al.). Biodegradation of Polyethylene Followed by Assimilation of Degradation Products (M. Hakkarainen, et al.). Biodegradation of Nylon and other Synthetic Polyamides (S. Negoro). Biodegradation of Polycarbonates (Y. Tokiwa). Biodegradation of Polyanhydrides (N. Kumar, et al.). Biodegradation of Poly(alkylcyanoacrylates) (C. Vauthier & P. Couvreur). Biodegradation of Polyphosphazenes (K. Zhu & L. Qiu). Biodegradation of Polydioxanone (H. Nishida). Biodegradation of Silicones (Organosiloxanes) (J. Lukasiak, et al.). Index.
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- Methods for Analysis of Poly(3--hydroxyalkanoate) Composition (T. de Rijk, et al.). Intracellular Degradation of PHAs (T. Saito & T. Kobayashi). Extracellular Polyhydroxyalkanoate Depolymerases: The Key Enzymes of PHA Degradation (D. Jendrossek). Microbial Degradation of Aliphatic Polyesters (Y. Tokiwa). Molecular and Material Design of Biodegradable Poly(hydroxyalkanoate)s (H. Abe & Y. Doi). Structure, Composition and Solution Properties of PHAs (N. Yoshie & Y. Inoue). Crystallization and Material Properties of Polyhydroxyalkanoates (R. Marchessault & G. Yu). Structure and Hydrolysis of Polyester Single Crystals (T. Iwata & Y. Doi). Physical and Processing Properties of Polyhydroxyalkanoate Copolymers (M. Satkowski, et al.). Fermentative Production of Building Blocks for Chemical Synthesis of Polyesters (S. Lee, et al.). General Methodology for Chemical Synthesis of Polyesters (J. Seppala, et al.). Mechanisms of Aliphatic Polyester Formation (A. Duda & S. Penczek). Chemical Synthesis and Properties of Well--defined Oligomeric Esters (I. Taniguchi & Y. Kimura). Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527302192 20160528
- Occurrence, function and biosynthesis of lignin-- synthesis of lignin in transgenic and mutant plants-- methods to reveal the structure of lignin-- applications and use of lignin as raw material-- biodegradation of lignin-- biotechnological applications of lignin degrading fungi-- sporopollenin-- melanin-- soil humic substances-- aquatic humic substances-- methods to reveal the structure of humic substances-- application and use of humic substances-- biodegradation and transformation of humic substances-- occurrence and formation of coals-- methods to reveal the structure of coal-- biodegradation and modification of coal-- desulfurization of coals-- biotechnological conversion of coals into products-- chemical conversion of coals into products.
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- Polysaccharides from Microorganisms, Plants and Animals (I. Sutherland). Glycogen Synthesis and its Regulation in Bacteria (J. Preiss). Bacterial Cellulose (S. Bielecki, et al.). Bioemulsans: Surface--active Polysaccharide--containing Complexes (E. Rosenberg & E. Ron). Other Bacterial Glycolipids (J. Desai & A. Desai). Curdlan (I. Lee). Succinoglycan (M. Stredansky). Alginates from Bacteria (B. Rehm). Poly--(1--4)--beta--D--glucuronan (J. Courtois & B. Courtois). Sphingan Group of Exopolysaccharides (EPS) (T. Pollock). Xanthan (K. Born, et al.). Dextran (T. Leathers). Alternan (G. Cote). Levan (S. Rhee, et al.). Hyaluronan (P. Prehm). Exopolysaccharides of Lactic Acid Bacteria (I. Hallemeersch, et al.). Murein (Peptidoglycan) (C. Heidrich & W. Vollmer). Teichoic and Teichuronic Acids from Gram--Positive Bacteria (V. Lazarevic, et al.). Polysaccharide--containing Cell--wall Polymers of Archaea (H. Konig). Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527302260 20160528
- Properties and application of aliphatic polyester products (Masatsugi Mochizuki) Aliphatic polyesters (Ann--Christine Albertson and Indra K. Varma) Biodegradable polyester Biopol(R) (Jawed Asrar and Kenneth J. Gruys) Applications of PHAs in medicine and pharmacy (Simon F. Williams and David P. Martin) Polylactides (Hideto Tsuji) Polyglycolide and copolyesters with lactide (Michael Vert) Polyanhydrides (Neeraj Kumar, et al.) Polylactides "NatureworksTM PLA" (Patrick Gruber and Michael O'Brien) Polylactic acid "LACEA" (Nobuyuki Kawashima, et al.) Aliphatic polyesters "Bionolle" (Ryoji Ishioka, et al.) Biodegradable aliphatic--aromatic polyesters "Ecoflex(R)" (Motonori Yamamoto, et al.) Polyesteramides (Ralf Timmermann) Chemical modification of natural and synthetic polyesters (Emo Chiellini, et al.) Production of chiral and other valuable compounds from microbial polyesters (Sang Yup Lee, et al.) Index.
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- Pullulan (T. Leathers). Scleroglucan (I. Giavasis, et al.). Schizophyllan (U. Rau). Yeast Extracellular Polysaccharides (S. De Baets, et al.). Chitin and Chitosan in Fungi (M. Peter). Fungal Cell Wall Glycans (S. C. Jong). Agar Cell Wall beta Glucans of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (G. Dijkgraaf, et al.). Alginates from Algae (K. Draget, et al.). Carrageenan (F. de Velde, et al.). Cellulose (D. Klemm, et al.). Seed Gums (S. Dierckx & K. Dewettinck). Pectins (M. C. Ralet, et al.). Starch (R. Tester & J. Karkalas). Inulin (A. Franck & L. De Leenheer). Chitin and Chitosan from Animal Sources (M. Peter). Proteoglycans (Glycosaminoglycans/Mucopolysaccharides) (T. Nakano, et al.). Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527302277 20160528
- Ribosomal Protein Synthesis (W. Wintermeyer & M. Rodnina).Proteins Containing Nonnatural Amino Acids (M. Sisido).Non-ribosomal Biosynthesis of Linear and Cyclic Oligopeptides (H. von Dohren).Cyanophycin (F. Oppermann-Sanio & A. Steinbuchel).epsi-Poly-l-Lysine (T. Yoshida, et al.).Poly-gamma-glutamic Acid (M. Ashiuchi & H. Misono).Polyaspartic Acids (W. Joentgen, et al.).Cell Membranes: Protein Components and Functions (W. Wimley).Bacterial Protein Secretion and Targeting (A. Driessen, et al.).Self-assembling Symmetric Protein Materials (J. Padilla & T. Yu).Self-assembly Protein Systems: Microbial S-layers (U. Sleytr, et al.).Cytoskeletons in Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes (F. Mayer).Enzymes for Technical Applications (T. Schafer, et al.).Proteasomes: Molecular Machines for Protein Degradation (S. Witt & W. Baumeister).Modifications of Proteins and Poly(amino acids) by Enzymatic and Chemical Methods (K. Ohkawa & H. Yamamoto).Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527302222 20160528
- Silk Fibroin Proteins: Structure, Function, and Evolution (R. Lewis).Biology and Technology of Silk Production (F. Vollrath & D. Knight).Fibrous Proteins from Recombinant Microorganisms (S. Fahnestock).Spider Silk Proteins from Transgenic Plants (J. Scheller & U. Conrad).High-toughness Spider Silk Fibers Spun from Soluble Recombinant Silk Produced in Mammalian Cells (C. Karatzas, et al.).Collagens and Gelatins (B. Brodsky, et al.).Wool from Animal Sources (H. Zahn, et al.).Sweet-tasting Proteins (I. Faus & H. Sisniega).Structure, Function, and Evolution of Vicilin Legumin Seed Storage Proteins (J. Dunwell).Heavy Metal-binding Proteins and Peptides (S. Clemens, et al.).Biomineralizing Proteins with Emphasis on Invertebrate-mineralized Structures (L. Treccani, et al.).Protein Composites: Biominerals (A. Veis).Extra-Organismic Adhesive Proteins (J. Lucas, et al.).Adhesives, Coatings, and Bioplastics from Protein Sources (C. Vaz, et al.).Self-assembling Protein Cage Systems and Applications in Nanotechnology (T. Douglas, et al.).The Crystallization Proteins, Nucleic Acids, and Viruses for X-ray Diffraction Analysis (A. McPherson, et al.).Role of Nucleic Acid and Protein Manipulation Technologies in High-throughput Structural Biology Efforts (D. Aceti, et al.).Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527302239 20160528
- Volume 1: Lignin, Humic Substances and Coal Volume 2: Polyisoprenoids Volume 3a: Polyesters I Volume 3b: Polyesters II Volume 4: Polyesters III Volume 5: Polysaccharides I Volume 6: Polysaccharides II Volume 7: Polyamides and Complex Proteinaceous Materials I Volume 8: Polyamides and Complex Proteinaceous Materials II Volume 9: Miscellaneous Biopolymers and Biodegradation of Synthetic Polymers Volume 10: General Aspects and Special Applications Cumulative Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- This is the second volume of "Biopolymers".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527302215 20160528
- The final volume of this encyclopedia addresses such general aspects as methods for the analysis of polymer properties and technical processing. It also provides an overview of special applications in: electronics, aerospace, medicine and pharmacy, food packaging, and, construction engineering. Further topics included are: biotechnological production of monomers for chemical polymer synthesis, conversion of raw materials, corrosion, composting, environmental impacts, health issues, legal, ecological and economic aspects.
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- The first part of this volume focuses on biosynthesis, metabolism, biodegradation, functions, properties and applications of miscellaneous polymers, such as hemozoin, thymine - containing styrene polymers, polythioesters, polyphosphate, polyhydroxymethionine, polyketides, and natural polyacetals. The second part then goes on to treat the biodegradation of a wide range of synthetic polymers, e.g. substituted cellulose nylon polycarbonate polyvinyl alcohol polyurethanes polystyrenes polyethylene polyanhydrides.
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- This book's volumes 7 and 8 focus on polyamides and complex proteinaceous materials synthesized by bacteria and eukaryotic organisms, describing all aspects of their biosynthesis and metabolism as well as the production and isolation. The topics included are: poly(g-d-glutamate), cyanophycin, modifications of proteins, sweet-tasting proteins, motor proteins, enzymes for technical applications, self-assembling proteins, cell membranes, feathers, elastic proteins, silk proteins, adhesive proteins, protein composites, wool, collagens and gelatines.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527302239 20160528
- This encyclopedia provides a thorough overview of the occurrence and metabolism of biopolymers. In addition, it treats processes for biotechnological production, isolation from organisms and modification, material properties and technical applications in areas such as: medicine, pharmacy, agriculture, textiles, the food, chemical and packaging industries and even outlines the future prospects for biopolymers. The cumulative index provides easy and timesaving access to the comprehensive content of all 10 volumes of the "Biopolymers" encyclopedia.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527302307 20160528
- This multi-volume handbook, ultimately comprising ten volumes plus a cumulative index published over the next three years, provides a thorough overview of the occurrence and metabolism of biopolymers. It includes the processes in which biopolymers are biotechnologically produced or isolated from organisms, and examines the materials properties of biopolymers as well as their technical applications in various areas such as daily live products, medicine, pharmacy, food industry, and agriculture.
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- Volumes 3a, b and 4 focus on polyesters synthesized by bacteria and eukaryotic organisms as well as all aspects of the biosynthesis and metabolism of these biopolymers together with their production and isolation. In addition, these volumes treat various synthetic polyesters and related polymers synthesized by the chemical industry for the manufacture of biodegradable materials. Topics include: polyhydroxyalkanoates, pha granules, non-storage phas, poly(malic acid), cutin, suberin, polyphosphate, polylactides, polyglycolide, polyanhydrides, polyesteramides, aliphatic organic polyesters and related polymers, in vitro synthesis of polyesters, chemical synthesis, biotechnological production by fermentation, isolation from plants, production in transgenic plants, biodegradation.
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- Volumes 5 and 6 focus on simple and complex polysaccharides synthesized by organisms as storage compounds, cell wall constituents or compounds at the surfaces of cells. They describe biosynthesis, metabolism, biodegradation, functions, properties and applications of these biopolymers, covering such topics as: agar, alginates, alternan, carrageenan, cellulose, cell wall polysaccharides from fungi, fucogel, chitin, chitosan, curdlan, dextran, elsinan, emulsan, gellan, glycogen, glycolipids, glycopeptides, gums, hemicellulose, hyaluronan, inulin, levan, lipopolysaccharides and other eps, peptidoglycans from archaea and bacteria, pectin, pullulan, schizophyllan, scleroglucan, succinoglycan, starch, teichoic acids, teichuronic acids, xanthan.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527302260 20160528
- This encyclopedia - comprising 10 volumes plus cumulative index - provides a thorough overview of the occurrence and metabolism of biopolymers. In addition, it treats processes for biotechnological production, isolation from organisms and modification, material properties and technical applications in areas such as: Medicine Pharmacy Agriculture Textiles The Food, chemical and packaging industries and even outlines the future prospects for biopolymers.
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