Metagenomics Approaches to Study Microbes in the E-waste Polluted Environment
Metagenomics approaches have tremendous application in encompassing ecological sustainability along with biotic and abiotic factors. The significance of metagenomics is well seen in establishing the role of microbes in sustainable environmental management tools such as bioremediation. This chapter highlights the recent innovative metagenomic techniques in determining the substantial role of microbes in environmental systems contaminated by e-waste dumping. We also describe modern metagenomic analysis for a variety of microbial communities and their key functions in e-waste soil. Moreover, culture-based and culture-independent integrated metagenomic analyses are discussed to authenticate microbial community taxonomic profiling and characterization of sustainable ecological development.
KeywordsMetagenomics Microbes E-waste Pollution Environment
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