Biosynthesis, environmentally friendly synthesis using plants, bacteria, and fungi to produce nanocomposites and as antibiotics and reduce wastewater pollution (Part two)


Tiba ibrahim 1, Luma Hakim Ali 2, Wisam Aqeel Muslim 3, Zaid Hamza 4, Rusul Abbas Abdul Ameer 5, Karrar Hazim Salim 6, Zahraa Falah Khudair 7


Biosynthesis, environmentally friendly synthesis, nanocomposites and as antibiotics, bacteria, fungi, wastewater pollution


Recent developments have led to more advanced methods for diagnosing, treating, and preventing a variety of diseases in various spheres of human life. important and fascinating nanomaterials among the metallic nanoparticles used in various biomedical applications are silver (AgNP) diverse plant components and microbial species have been used as possible agents in the synthesis of silver nanoparticles. These AgNPs are commonly used because the nanoscale is very small because of their unique chemical characteristics, morphological characteristics, and orientation. It has been claimed that these characteristics have an impact on the functionality of any other material that interacts with these tiny nanoscale particles. Additionally, AgNPs can be physiologically produced using straightforward chemical, physical, and biological methods. Furthermore, Due to many developed nations' improved receptivity to environmentally benign technology for quantifiable synthesis, the biosynthesis of AgNPs has expanded significantly. The biological strategy, however, is the one that is most frequently employed in preparation since it is less time-consuming, environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and expensive than other approaches. Additionally, the importance of AgNPs is extensively examined based, such as their use, as well as the mechanism of how they work to fight cancer.



November 29, 2022