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Sheelendra M. Bhatt

Sheelendra M. Bhatt
Sant Baba Bhag Singh University · University Institute of natural Sciences

PhD

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September 2016 - present
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bstract Biogas production is the best renewable technology which has opportunity to convert various biowaste released from agricultural, animal, industrial, and kitchen waste into energy. Biogas development has opportunity not only to improve sanitation but also to reduce air pollution and greenhouse gases. India’s current production of biogas is...
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In view of agriculture biomass burning issue at large scale in various states of India including Punjab and Haryana and various other districts of Uttar Pradesh, there is current challenges to get right solution for this problem, since biomass burning not only is creating health issue but huge pollution problem especially respiratory problems in ch...
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The present manuscript addresses the effect of nanotechnology in various food sectors. Increasedfood functionality, enhanced flavor, reduced delivery of food additives are some of theappealing choices raising plausibility of high health advantages hypothesized in future. At theface of explosion of information, it is important to monitor them in a b...
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DNA barcoding is a technology used for the identification of any biological species by sequencing obtained through amplification of DNA. Here, we seek a standardized protocol along with the choice of markers used for different microbial species: bacteria, fungi, algae, plants, and animals. Various projects, consorts, tools, and databases have been...
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Biogas is one of the best future alternatives against depleting fossil fuel. Current Indian production of biogas is very low. There are many challenges for BioCNG production which is suitable for vehicle use but needs to adapt various technologies to enhance the content of biomethane.
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Cellulase is one of the key mechanical enzymes whose interest is expanding quickly because of its popularity in biofuel creation (ethanol production). The major issue lies in high production of enzyme in economical mode. In current chapter, the author has discussed in detail various advantages and disadvantages of SSF versus submerged production. A...
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In the current chapter, the various strategies for biofuel production focusing on rice straw have been discussed. The basic aim is to address the technical applications in enhancing biofuel production using lignocellulosic biomass. The overall price can be minimized using lignocellulosic biomass fractionation at biological platform, where lignin se...
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DNA barcoding is a technology used for the identification of any biological species by sequencing obtained through amplification of DNA. Here we seek a standardized protocol along with choice of markers used for different microbial species: bacteria, fungi, algae, plants and animals. Various projects, consorts, tools and databases have been discuss...
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The best replacement of plastic is bioplastic. Lactic acid is a promising monomer of polylactide production. Therefore, lowering down lactic acid cost is a challenge. Biochemical production of lactic acid via starch or glucose is not economical. Therefore, the current chapter addresses strategies in economical lactic acid production using fungi, wh...
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Anthropogenic pollution inputs are a cause of great concern. Continuous inputs of polluting material such as heavy metals, pesticides, fertilizer and other organic, inorganic material are burdening the environment, specially the aquatic bodies. Water bodies when overloaded with polluting material causes high level of stress and becomes depleted wit...
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The crude methanolic leaf extracts of Artemisia annua, Withania somnifera and Brassica juncea was studied to evaluate and compare their antioxidant activity by the using in-vitro methods. The extracts was found to contain significant amount of phenols and had high antioxidant potential as found in Folin-Ciocalteau assay, DPPH free radical scavengin...
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The current review is an attempt to cover various pre-treatment strategies such as physical, chemical,organosolve and biological pre-treatment in order to change the crystallinity of lignocellulosic biomass along with methods and strategies for inhibitor detoxification for improving the cellulose hydrolysis and fermentation. The presence of lignin...
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Polluted water is affecting not only biodiversity but also the public health severely [1]. People in the developing countries are deprived of safe drinking water due to lack of awareness about personal hygiene. Thus, immediate intervention is required at the level of water supply before public distribution, or at household level. WHO recommends wat...
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The aim of the current study was to develop effective bioremediation of Arsenic from drinking water by using immobilized arsenic resistance Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB). For this Arsenic resistant LAB have been isolated from curd samples using spread plate technique in MRS agar media at high arsenic concentration ranging from 50 μg/ml-1000 μg/ml. In...
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The aim of the present work was to screen microbes related to alkaline cellulase production from rhizosphere of rice field soil from Phagwara, Punjab. Out of 9 isolates screened, isolate 6th designated as SM1 was selected for alkaline cellulase study. Results of 16S rRNA revealed this strain as Bacillus licheniformis. Various medium conditions affe...
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Increasing demand of fuel has requisite towards Biofuel production from economical source especially from agro waste. The current work is focussed on Bioethanol production using groundnut shell (GS) waste which is available in plenty in many parts of the world. GS was first pretreated with physical pretreatment using steam explosion followed by var...
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The aim of current investigation was to study the effect of pre-treatment methods over saccharification of Ground nut shell. Steam Explosion and organic and inorganic chemicals were evaluated for saccharification after pre-treatment of GS in SSF mode. The Order of chemical delignification was HCl>LA>Ac>NaOH. Degradation studies of cellulose in grou...
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The present study was aimed at cellulase production using an economical substrate, water hyacinth, which grows frequently as an aquatic weed. A new bacterial strain was isolated and screened from elephant dung. This bacterial strain was observed to secrete cellulase in alkaline condition and sustained high temp and pH showing its robust behaviour....
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Copyright: © 2014 Bhatt SM, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Editorial Globally, many geographical regions have been identified specifically...
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This paper describes the removal of arsenic (III) from drinking water by low cost biosorbents derived from orange peels (OP), turnip peels (TP) and peanut shells (PS). At optimum temperature (30 o C), pH (7), adsorbent dosage of (1g), orange peels show maximum adsorption of arsenic (87.77%) and peanut shells show maximum adsorption (86.38 %) from w...
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The aim of the current study was to develop effective bioremediation of Arsenic from drinking water by using immobilized arsenic resistance Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB). For this Arsenic resistant LAB have been isolated from curd samples using spread plate technique in MRS agar media at high arsenic concentration ranging from 50 μg/ml - 1000 μg/ml. I...
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Serum is known to be an essential evil for growth and development of any animal cells during culturing. Alternative serum replacement may be very costly, but because of very close composition of coconut water with serum, we first time have evaluated growth of BHK cell line in coconut water and serum as well. We find that coconut water can be used f...
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In the present study, novel thermophilic cellulolytic bacteria had been isolated from soil of rice field of Jalandhar area in aim to screen microbes that can degrade various recalcitrant lignocellulosic biomaterials. Out of 108 colonies from 10-1 and 78 colonies from 10-2 dilution of the soil sample were isolated in which two potential bacteria RFS...
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Mannitol is an important biochemical often used as medicine and in food sector, yet its biotechnological is not preffered in Industry for large scale production, which may be due to the multistep mechanism involved in hydrogenation and reduction. This paper is a comparative preview covering present chemical and biotechnological approaches existing...
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Various chemical exchangers & RO systems have been reported in decontaminating these heavy metals but a new form of commercial exchangers are also there like BIOCLAM [4], AlgaSORB [5], BIOFIX [6]. These are in use for decontaminating the heavy metals. There are other commercial systems e.g. THIOPAQ (based on Dyna sand filters) have been used to dec...
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Background: Currently food malpractices are increasing in various metro cities of India and all the measures taken by agencies are failed to detect rapidly and many times it becomes late when the adulteration is detected. Worst scenario is the adulteration of some branded items of the children’s and in the women’s use such as milk cheese, ghee and...
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The present study was planned with main objective of identifying buying practices of homemakers and their awareness in food practices in Varanasi (urban area). For this objective, questionnaire was prepared and distributed among selected people depends on their age group, sex and educational background. Statistical test were carried out on the basi...
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Background: Currently food malpractices are increasing in various metro cities of India and all the measures taken by agencies are failed to detect rapidly and many times it becomes late when the adulteration is detected. Most bad scenario is the adulteration of the branded items of the children's and in the women such as milk cheese, ghee and oils...
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The present study was carried out keeping in view the recently emerging concern of the adulteration of the natural milk with the synthetic milk. Synthetic milk is prepared by emulsifying vegetable oils with appropriate amount of detergent and urea. Samples of the natural milk with synthetic milk were analyzed for concentration of urea and detergent...
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Co-fermentation kinetics of glucose and mannitol with Lactobacillus delbrueckii NCIM 2025 has been studied in MRS media in aim to enhance lactic acid production. It was found that 0.05mole mannitol increases both cell mass and lactic acid yield significantly. Cell yield increases up to 0.2 hrs-1 while total lactic acid concentration increases up t...
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Lactic acid production parameter optimization was performed using cane molasses by design of experiment (DOE) with the help of Qualitek-4 software with bigger is better as quality characteristics with eight media components at three levels in submerged culture condition. Eight factors with three levels studied were yeast extract, CaCO3, MnSO4, pH,...
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Co-fermentation kinetics of glucose and mannitol with Lactobacillus delbrueckii NCIM 2025 has been studied in MRS media in aim to enhance lactic acid production. It was found that 0.05mole mannitol increases both cell mass and lactic acid yield significantly. Cell yield increases up to 0.2 hrs-1 while total lactic acid concentration increases up to...
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The present study was carried out keeping in view the recently emerging concern of the adulteration of the natural milk with the synthetic milk. Synthetic milk is prepared by emulsifying vegetable oils with appropriate amount of detergent and urea. Samples of the natural milk with synthetic milk were analyzed for concentration of urea and detergent...

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SBBS UNIVERSITY, JALANDHAR
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