Bioelectricity & Bioelectrical Research

Bacteria that generate energy at the expense of electrons are produced during digestion, known as bioelectricity. Bioelectric energy is produced by various biological processes and usually ranges from one to a few hundred in energy. On the other hand, an electric eel produces a one-ampere current at 600 to 1,000 volts. and renewable energy. MFC is a powerful technology that captures energy in the form of bioelectricity from organic matter (including waste) during microbial metabolism. Electromicrobiology refers to the study of prokaryotes that can interact with charged electrodes and use them as electron donors or receivers. This is accomplished through a process known as extracellular electron transport, in which cytochromes of the outer layer are used to oxidize and/or reduce the soluble electron receptors. Molecular microbiology is concerned with the cellular and biological processes of viruses and their use in the production of biotechnology products and drugs such as vaccines, and antibodies. It also involves the development of the pathogenicity of microbes.

  • Microbial Fuel Cell
  • Bioelectrogenesis
  • Renewable and Sustainable Electricity
  • Electromicrobiology

 

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Related Tags:

Symposium on Microbial Ecology | Microbiology Annual international Meeting | Microbiology Summit & Expo | Biotechnology Conference | Microbiology Society Annual Conference | Expo on Clinical Microbiology | Expo on Applied Microbiology

Associations & Societies:

International Union of Microbiological Societies | International Society for Microbial Ecology | Federation of European Microbiological Societies | European Society of Clinical Microbiology | Belgian Society for Microbiology