Trends in the Biology of Fermentations for Fuels and Chemicals

  • Alexander Hollaender
  • Robert Rabson
  • Palmer Rogers
  • Anthony San Pietro
  • Raymond Valentine
  • Ralph Wolfe

Part of the Basic Life Sciences book series

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Alexander Hollaender
    Pages 1-1
  3. Willis A. Wood
    Pages 3-17
  4. Karl-Erik Eriksson
    Pages 19-32
  5. B. S. Montenecourt, S. D. Nhlapo, H. Trimiño-Vazquez, S. Cuskey, D. H. J. Schamhart, D. E. Eveleigh
    Pages 33-53
  6. Michael R. Ladisch, Juan Hong, Marcio Voloch, George T. Tsao
    Pages 55-83
  7. S. P. Shoemaker, J. C. Raymond, R. Bruner
    Pages 89-109
  8. Peter J. Reilly
    Pages 111-129
  9. Dexter French
    Pages 151-182
  10. David A. Jackson
    Pages 187-200
  11. Helen Greer
    Pages 217-242
  12. J. A. Shapiro, A. Charbit, S. Benson, M. Caruso, R. Laux, R. Meyer et al.
    Pages 243-272
  13. R. C. Tait, K. Andersen, G. Cangelosi, K. T. Shanmugam
    Pages 279-303
  14. James L. Botsford
    Pages 315-334

About this book

Introduction

The growing concern about where energy rich chemicals for the future will come from has stimulated a resurgence of interest in the potentialities of microbial fermentations to assist in meeting anti­ cipated demands for fuels and chemicals. While much attention has been given recently to the early deployment of alcohol production plants and similar currently available technologies, the potential future developments have received much less attention. One of the intentions of the present symposium was to look ahead and try to perceive some of the prospects for future fermentation technology. In order to accomplish this, a symposium program of sizable diversity was developed with workers giving a representative cross section of their particular specialty as an indicator of the status of basic information in their area. In addition, an attempt was made to elicit from the various participants the types of fundamental infor­ mation which should be generated in the coming years to enable new fermentation technology to proceed expeditiously. In organizing the symposium particular effort was made to involve workers from the academic, industrial and governmental scientific communities.

Keywords

alcohol attention biology development energy fungi genetics microbes molecular genetics production yeast

Editors and affiliations

  • Alexander Hollaender
    • 1
  • Robert Rabson
  • Palmer Rogers
  • Anthony San Pietro
  • Raymond Valentine
  • Ralph Wolfe
  1. 1.Associated Universities, Inc.USA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-3980-9
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1981
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4684-3982-3
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4684-3980-9
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