Biotechnology of Isoprenoids

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ISBN: 978-3-319-20106-1 (Print) 978-3-319-20107-8 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Chapter

    Pages 3-18

    Terpenoid Biosynthesis in Prokaryotes

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    Chapter

    Pages 19-61

    Biosynthesis of Terpenoid Natural Products in Fungi

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    Pages 63-106

    Biosynthesis and Biological Functions of Terpenoids in Plants

  5. Chapter

    Pages 107-139

    Cytochromes P450 for Terpene Functionalisation and Metabolic Engineering

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    Chapter

    Pages 143-160

    Enabling Technologies to Advance Microbial Isoprenoid Production

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    Chapter

    Pages 161-199

    Metabolic Engineering of Higher Plants and Algae for Isoprenoid Production

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    Chapter

    Pages 201-213

    Advances in the Analysis of Volatile Isoprenoid Metabolites

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    Chapter

    Pages 215-250

    Terpene Hydroxylation with Microbial Cytochrome P450 Monooxygenases

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    Chapter

    Pages 251-286

    Bioprocess Engineering for Microbial Synthesis and Conversion of Isoprenoids

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    Chapter

    Pages 289-317

    Isoprene

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    Chapter

    Pages 319-353

    Biosynthesis and Biotechnology of High-Value p-Menthane Monoterpenes, Including Menthol, Carvone, and Limonene

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    Chapter

    Pages 355-389

    Isoprenoid Drugs, Biofuels, and Chemicals—Artemisinin, Farnesene, and Beyond

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    Chapter

    Pages 391-404

    Nootkatone

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    Chapter

    Pages 405-425

    Current and Emerging Options for Taxol Production

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    Chapter

    Pages 427-447

    Enzymes for Synthetic Biology of Ambroxide-Related Diterpenoid Fragrance Compounds

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    Chapter

    Pages 449-467

    Carotenoids of Biotechnological Importance

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    Chapter

    Pages 469-469

    Erratum to: Isoprenoid Drugs, Biofuels, and Chemicals—Artemisinin, Farnesene, and Beyond

  19. Back Matter

    Pages 471-475