A REVIEW PAPER ON GREEN NANOBIOTECHNOLOGY
Due to its ability to modulate metals into their nano scale, which effectively changes their chemical, physical, and optical properties, nanobiotechnology is gaining tremendous impetus in this period. Therefore, significant attention is given to the creation of novel strategies using biological sources for the synthesis of different types of nanoparticles of unique composition and scale. Most of the methods currently available, however, are costly, environmentally damaging and inefficient in terms of materials and energy usage.The quality and quantity of the synthesised nanoparticles and their characterization and applications are greatly influenced by several factors, such as the method used for synthesis, pH, temperature, strain, time, particle size, pore size, environment, and proximity. In addition, for their potential use in various drug delivery and biomedical applications, characterization of synthesised nanoparticles is important. The present review highlights the different parameters that influence the synthesis of nanoparticles by means of green nanobiotechnology and the various techniques used to classify nanoparticles for their potential use in biomedical and environmental applications.