Resources and Applications of Biotechnology

The New Wave

  • Rod Greenshields

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Introduction

    1. Rod Greenshields
      Pages 1-9
  3. Resources of Biotechnology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 11-11
    2. Peter K. Robinson
      Pages 27-41
    3. Roy M. Daniel, H. W. Morgan, A. M. Donnison
      Pages 42-48
    4. D. Barrie Johnson
      Pages 91-99
    5. Stuart W. Shales
      Pages 110-120
    6. Stuart W. Shales
      Pages 121-130
    7. Christopher A. Boulton
      Pages 131-140
    8. Gilbert Jenkins
      Pages 141-149
    9. G. M. Frost
      Pages 150-184
    10. Jane Llewelyn
      Pages 185-191
    11. Z. Towalski, M. I. Boxer
      Pages 192-207
    12. Tony Godfrey
      Pages 208-212
  4. Applications of Biotechnology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 223-223
    2. Cliff J. Bailey, Peter R. Flatt
      Pages 239-252
    3. David B. Archer
      Pages 298-304
    4. David A. Stafford
      Pages 305-322
    5. D. L. Kemp, J. Quickenden
      Pages 323-331
    6. Jayne Heaford
      Pages 346-353
    7. D. F. S. Natusch, D. W. Richardson
      Pages 354-362
    8. H. Peter Bennetto, Gerard M. Delaney, Jeremy R. Mason, Sibel D. Roller, John L. Stirling, Christopher F. Thurston
      Pages 363-374
    9. Charles F. M. Kingdon, David J. Anderton, M. Gronow, M. J. Goldfinch
      Pages 375-382
    10. J. C. Allen
      Pages 383-388
  5. Wider Aspects of Biotechnology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 389-389
    2. Charles M. Moseley
      Pages 391-399
    3. Harry Rothman, Andrew Ashton
      Pages 408-423
    4. Jane Llewelyn
      Pages 424-430
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 431-441

About this book


The journal Industrial Biotechnology has for some years been spreading the word about cooperation between academic researchers and industrial biotechnologists. This cooperation has been fostered by the setting up of Biotechnology Centres to promote the exchange of ideas and enterprise. This volume consists of major articles from Industrial Biotechnology which reflect both the educational nature of much of the journal's output and the very wide range of its subject matter. The articles cover some of the basic biological processes that are the resources of biotechnology and consider major applications in pharmaceuticals, agriculture, food processing, biosensors and other areas. The future of biotechnology and its progress in other countries is also considered. This will be of vital interest for all workers in the field of biotechnology and those who have an interest in the development of this exciting and diverse field.


biosensor biotechnology food microbiology pharmaceutical

Editors and affiliations

  • Rod Greenshields
    • 1
  1. 1.GB BiotechnologySwanseaWales

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