Category: Environment Biotechnology

Integrated Pest Management : Introduction, Process and Advantages

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) :- Integrated pest management is the selection of a variety of prevention methods based on ecological, economic and sociological consequences. Introduction of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) :- In this process different condition that attract or are conductive to pest infestations. This pest management can good cure existing infestations and prevent future

Microbial Pest Control : Introduction, Strategy and advantages

Microbial Pest Control :- In microbial pest control insects are known since long ages to become infected with entomopathogenic organisms that form an important factor of the natural mortality. Introduction of Microbial Pest Control :- In microbial pest control, some cases such agents were are responsible for the natural outbreaks of particular epidemien among population

Microbial risk assessment : Introduction, Characteristics and transmission

Microbial risk assessment :- Microbial risk assessment (MRA) is a important process for organization tasked with understanding, reducing and controlling risks presented hazardous organisms. Introduction of Microbial Risk Assessment (MRA) :- Hazardous organisms such as natural or anthropogenic and intentional or unintended. MRA is process that used in detection of hazardous characteristics of infectious agent.

Biodiversity conservation : Introduction, Mechanism and In-situ, Ex-situ conservation

Biodiversity conservation :- Biodiversity conservation is required to maintain natural resources for the future generation. Introduction Biodiversity conservation :- Sustainable human development is about living on earth without taking more then can be naturally replaced. Sustainable development is all about good living condition, good health and long-term wealth creation for everybody. These all things are

Bio-magnification :- Introduction and mechanisms of bio-magnification

Bio-magnification :- Bio-magnification is the increasing concentration of a substance such as a toxic chemical in the tissues of organisms at successively higher levels in a food chain. Introduction of Bio-magnification :- Bio-magnification is also known as biological magnification and bio-amplification. In this process pollutants are transfer from one trophic level to another trophic level.

Biodetorioration : Introduction, Abiotic factors, fungi involved in detorioration and control

Biodetorioration :- Biodetorioration means deterioration of non-metallic materials in presence of micro-organisms its known as biodetorioration. Non-metallic material such as glass, concrete, cement, rubber, plastic and rubber. Introduction of Biodetorioration :- It is also defined as any undesirable changes in the properties of materials caused by vital activities of organisms is also known as bio-detorioration.

Greenhouse gases -Introduction, Advantages and Disadvantages

Greenhouse gases :- Greenhouse gases are present in environment that absorb and emits radiant energy within the thermal infrared range. Introduction of greenhouse gases :- Gases that trap heat in the environment it’s called greenhouse gases. Earth is constantly bombard with large number of radiation and primarily from the sun. The solar radiation strikes on