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Camphor biodegradation by Pseudomonas putida plays a key role in carbon cycling in the biosphere

Camphor biodegradation by Pseudomonas putida plays a key role in carbon cycling in the biosphere

The key role of microorganisms in promoting carbon cycling in the biosphere is well illustrated by the biodegradation of the natural plant terpenoid camphor by Pseudomonas putida ATCC 17453. Research has established that several different monooxygenases (cytochromeP450

Rise of the gaseous (carbon dioxide) feedstock in circular bioeconomy

Voluminous release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere due to incessant combustion of hydrocarbon based fuel is causing grave environmental effects and irreversible climate changes globally. With the dawn of 20th century industrialization ~9.1 gigatons of CO2