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Department of Zoology, University of Madras
Chennai, India

Vol.5 : July 2007

Dear Readers,



The ENVIS Centre continues its regular activities of collection, collation and dissemination of environmental information to larger user community. The Centre is periodically publishing newsletters on the assigned subject area ‘Microorganisms and Environment Management’. In this issue, we provide scientific article on ‘Microbial Talk in the Environment’ and ‘Microbial SiderophoresGateway for Iron Removal’. Besides that, the newsletter includes research reports, abstracts, e-resources and information of forthcoming conferences / seminars / workshops etc., on microorganisms and its role in the environment management.

We request the readers to give your suggestions and comments on the newsletter to serve you better.

Prof. N. Munuswamy

Scientific Articles
Microbial Talk in the Environment.
M.Padmavathi and C.S.V.Ramachandra Rao

Microbial SiderophoresGateway for Iron Removal.
R.Balagurunathan and M.Radhakrishnan


Current Issues Of Microbes Scientist Set to Make Synthetic Microbe.

The History Of Microbial Species Definitions and Conventions.

Abstracts of Recent Publications

Important E-resources on Microorganisms

Inhouse News

Conference Calendar 2007 - 2008


World Environment Day 2007

The World Environment Day slogan selected for 2007 is Melting Ice – a Hot Topic? The slogan emphasizes the importance on the effects of climate change on polar ecosystems and communities, and the ensuing consequences around the world.

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ENVIS Centre Team

Prof. N. Munuswamy

Dr. N. Godhantaraman
Scientist –D

Mr. S. Padmanabhan
Information Officer

Mrs. Vijaya Lakshimi
Junior Information Officer

Mr. D. Siva Arun

Editorial Board
Dr. N. Godhantaraman


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