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Applied Microbiology and Cell Physiology

Applied Microbiology and Cell Physiology

Microbiology is a subset of applied microbiology. Applied microbiology is the study of how the microbial world interacts with our own and how we might use microorganisms in various processes. Microbiology is the general study of microscopic organisms, whereas applied microbiology is the study of how the microbial world interacts with our own. Applied microbiology is a discipline of biology concerned with the use of microorganisms in the production of human-beneficial products such as medications, antibiotics, vaccines, enzymes, biotechnologically modified products, and fermentation products in food technology. The study of the microbial world and how it interacts with our own is referred to as applied microbiology. It examines how we may harness and use microbes' abilities in fields as diverse as biotechnology, pest management, bio-refineries, and pharmaceuticals.

Life's structural and functional unit is the cell. It contains several membrane-bound compartments or organelles that serve specialised functions and are bounded by a cell membrane that maintains the homeostasis of the cell interior. All eukaryotic cells, including those in humans, include these membrane-bound organelles. The biological study of the actions that take place in a cell to keep it alive is known as cell physiology. The term physiology refers to a live organism's typical functioning. Even though their structures differ, animal cells, plant cells, and microbe cells all have comparable activities. Prokaryotes and eukaryotes are the two types of cells.

  • Applied Genetics and Molecular Biotechnology
  • Applied Microbial and Cell Physiology
  • Cell Membranes
  • Cell Physiology of Pathophysiological State
  • Cell-To-Cell Interactions
  • Cellular and Molecular Approaches
  • Cellular Organelle
  • Contractile Systems
  • Enzymology and Protein Engineering
  • Gene Expression
  • Healthcare Products
  • Industrial Microorganisms, Fermentation, Downstream Processing, And Product Development
  • Mechanisms of Physiological Control
  • Membrane Channels
  • Microbial Biodeterioration Of Materials
  • Microbial Biomass Production
  • Microbial Enzymes, Fuels, And Industrial Chemicals
  • Microbial Structure, Growth, And Metabolism
  • Process and Products
  • Regulation of Cellular Function
  • Signal Transduction
  • Transporters, And Pumps

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