Tulasi Satyanarayana mostly deals with Biochemistry, Food science, Thermophile, Amylase and Industrial fermentation. Fermentation, Xylanase, Hydrolysis, Cellulase and Enzyme are among the areas of Biochemistry where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. The concepts of his Food science study are interwoven with issues in Pectinase, Central composite design, Response surface methodology and Phytase.
His Phytase research includes elements of Pichia anomala, Yeast, Biotechnology and Phosphate. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Solid-state fermentation, Yeast extract and Phylum Actinobacteria, Actinobacteria. The study incorporates disciplines such as Industrial enzymes, Archaea, Starch and Maltose in addition to Amylase.
His main research concerns Biochemistry, Thermophile, Food science, Enzyme and Phytase. Amylase, Hydrolysis, Starch, Fermentation and Thermostability are the subjects of his Biochemistry studies. His Thermophile course of study focuses on Biotechnology and Industrial enzymes, Cane and Microorganism.
His study in Food science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Response surface methodology, Central composite design and Xylanase. Tulasi Satyanarayana studied Enzyme and Bacteria that intersect with Microbiology. Tulasi Satyanarayana interconnects Pichia anomala, Yeast, Animal feed, Phosphate and Phytic acid in the investigation of issues within Phytase.
Tulasi Satyanarayana spends much of his time researching Biochemistry, Thermostability, Recombinant DNA, Enzyme and Thermophile. His Biochemistry study focuses mostly on Pichia pastoris, Bacillus halodurans, Phytase, Escherichia coli and Amylase. His Phytase research includes themes of Phytic acid, Food science, Pichia anomala, Yeast and Protease.
Tulasi Satyanarayana has included themes like Amino acid, Starch, Heterologous, Hydrolysis and Archaea in his Amylase study. His Recombinant DNA research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hydrolysate, Geobacillus thermoleovorans and Bacteria. His studies examine the connections between Thermophile and genetics, as well as such issues in Enzyme kinetics, with regards to Myceliophthora thermophila.
Biochemistry, Thermophile, Thermostability, Recombinant DNA and Enzyme are his primary areas of study. He does research in Biochemistry, focusing on Escherichia coli specifically. Tulasi Satyanarayana combines subjects such as Phytic acid, Food science, Pullulan and Phylum Actinobacteria, Actinobacteria with his study of Thermophile.
His Thermostability research includes elements of Hydrolysis, Bacillus halodurans and Starch. Tulasi Satyanarayana interconnects Phytase and Hydrolysate in the investigation of issues within Recombinant DNA. His study in Enzyme is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Carbon dioxide and Flue gas.
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Phytases: microbial sources, production, purification, and potential biotechnological applications.
Ashima Vohra;T. Satyanarayana.
Critical Reviews in Biotechnology (2003)
Statistical optimization of the medium components by response surface methodology to enhance phytase production by Pichia anomala
Ashima Vohra;T. Satyanarayana.
Process Biochemistry (2002)
α-Amylase production by thermophilic Bacillus coagulans in solid state fermentation
K.R. Babu;T. Satyanarayana.
Process Biochemistry (1995)
Xylanase production by thermophilic Bacillus licheniformis A99 in solid-state fermentation
A. Archana;T. Satyanarayana.
Enzyme and Microbial Technology (1997)
Extremophilic microbes: Diversity and perspectives
T. Satyanarayana;Chandralata Raghukumar;S. Shivaji.
Current Science (2005)
Production, characterization and application of a thermostable polygalacturonase of a thermophilic mould Sporotrichum thermophile Apinis
Guneet Kaur;Sanjeev Kumar;T. Satyanarayana.
Bioresource Technology (2004)
Production and partial characterization of thermostable and calcium‐independent α‐amylase of an extreme thermophile Bacillus thermooleovorans NP54
R. Malhotra;S.M. Noorwez;T. Satyanarayana.
Letters in Applied Microbiology (2000)
A marked enhancement in the production of a highly alkaline and thermostable pectinase by Bacillus pumilus dcsr1 in submerged fermentation by using statistical methods
D.C. Sharma;T. Satyanarayana.
Bioresource Technology (2006)
Yeast biotechnology : diversity and applications
T. Satyanarayana;Gotthard Kunze.
Yeast Biotechnology: Diversity and Applications (2009)
Microbial phytases in phosphorus acquisition and plant growth promotion.
Bijender Singh;T. Satyanarayana.
Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants (2011)
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