This report identifies microbial technologies and applications that have the greatest commercial potential in the 2013 through 2018 time frame. It identifies market drivers, evaluates obstacles to their successful commercialization, and projects future sales of each application. These applications include agricultural, healthcare, manufacturing, energy and environmental applications.
Use this report to:
-Evaluate actual and potential markets for microbes and microbial products in terms of specific application sectors and subsectors.
-Assess the current state of art of technology in microbes and microbial products market.
-Identify the findings and conclusions of microbes and microbial products market, based on information gathered from developers, vendors, and users of microbial products for commercial applications.
-The total global market for microbes and microbial products was worth more than
-The microbial products market was worth more than
-The market for microbes totaled
A microbe is a minute living organism, such as a bacterium, yeast, or fungus. The first commercial applications of microbes date back to around 1750 BC, when the ancient Sumerians used yeast to brew beer. Microbes were used for centuries to produce bread, wine, vinegar and other common productsówithout anyone knowing the scientific basis for the ingredient. The systematic study of microbes began in the 17th century with the work of scientists like Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek and
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