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Industrial microbiology

Industrial microbiology

Microorganisms are used in the synthesis of vital substances such as antibiotics, food items, enzymes, amino acids, vaccines, and fine chemicals in industrial microbiology, a branch of applied microbiology. Microorganisms are used in industrial microbiology to produce large amounts of food or industrial products. In industrial microbiology, a variety of microorganisms are used, including naturally occurring species, laboratory chosen mutants, and even genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Industrial microbiology is synonymous with the term fermentation in terms of scope, objectives, and activities, as fermentation refers to any process mediated by or involving microbes that results in a product of economic value. Industrial microbiology is the use of microbes on a large scale to synthesize commercially valuable products for a wide range of uses. (1) metabolic production; (2) biotransformation; (3) production of biofuels; (4) treatment of organic and industrial wastes; (5) metal recovery; (6) production of microbial biomass (microbial protein or single cell protein) for food and feed; (7) production of biocontrol agents; and (8) fermentation of food products are some of the broad categories of microbial products. As a result, microbial fermentation technologies are used commercially to produce food ingredients.

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