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This book is dedicated to the memory of our great friend and co-author Gary Higton
who, at the age of only 40 years, died unexpectedly during the final stages of its preparation.
Gary was a knowledgeable microbiologist, a fine teacher, supportive colleague and
a loyal friend. He is greatly missed by us all.

Preface
Industrial microbiology is primarily associated with
the commercial exploitation of microorganisms, and
involves processes and products that are of major
economic, environmental and social importance
throughout the world. There are two key aspects of industrial
microbiology, the first relating to production of
valuable microbial products via fermentation processes.
These include traditional fermented foods and beverages,
such as bread, beer, cheese and wine, which have
been produced for thousands of years. In addition, over
the last hundred years or so, microorganisms have been
further employed in the production of numerous chemical
feedstocks, energy sources, enzymes, food ingredients
and pharmaceuticals. The second aspect is the role
of microorganisms in providing services, particularly
for waste treatment and pollution control, which utilizes
their abilities to degrade virtually all natural and
man-made products. However, such activities must be
controlled while these materials are in use, otherwise
consequent biodeterioration leads to major economic
losses.
This textbook is intended to be an introduction to industrial
microbiology. In writing it, the authors have
drawn on their experience teaching industrial microbiology
and other aspects of applied microbiology
to undergraduates and masters students on a range of
applied biology, microbiology, biotechnology, food science
and chemical engineering courses. It is assumed
that the reader will have an elementary knowledge of
microbiology and biochemistry. Nevertheless, even
those students with only a basic knowledge of chemistry
and cell biology, and those who are not specialist microbiologists,
should find the material accessible.
The book is divided into three sections. Part 1 is
designed to underpin the main content. Its aim is to
provide a sufficient, albeit brief, overview of microbial
structure, physiology and biochemistry to enable the
student to fully appreciate the diversity of microorganisms
and their metabolic capabilities. The reader should
soon come to recognize the versatility of microorganix
genetically engineered microorganisms within industrial
processes are discussed.
Part 3 explores the wide range of industrial microbial
processes and products, including human food and
animal feed production, the provision of chemical
feedstocks, alternative energy sources, enzymes and
products for application in human and animal health.
We consider that the economic and scientific importance
of traditional and long-established fermentation
processes can be somewhat overlooked, as attention is
often dominated by more recent developments. Therefore
we have aimed to give a balanced and comprehensive
coverage of current industrial processes and their
products. The production of valuable commodities
from animal and plant cell culture is also included,
primarily because the culture and handling of such
cells involves techniques similar to those used for the
propagation of microorganisms.
An additional aspect of industrial microbiology, examined
here, is the application of extensive degradative
abilities of microorganisms, particularly the harnessing
of these properties in waste treatment and pollution
control. The necessity to limit these activities in inappropriate
situations, i.e. the prevention of biodeterioration
of materials while still in use, is also discussed.

 

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Industrial Microbiology: An Introduction

Michael J. Waites, Neil L. Morgan, John S. Rockey, Gary Higton

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