Isolation and identification of symbiotic bacteria from.
The main purpose of this research paper is to isolate bacteria (Rhizobium) as a nitrogen fixing bacteria from root nodules of chick pea (Cicer arietinum) and its identification, characterization.
Bacteria and fungi isolation from the soil samples In total, 342 isolates were selectively obtained from soil samples collected near a C. rutilus colony in the Beijing region. Of these, 22 bacterial and 14 fungal isolates were selected out of 342 isolates based on the methods described in Materials and Methods.
ABSTRACT Objective: The aim of the study was conducted to screen and isolate potential antibiotic producing bacteria from saprophytic soils collected from Potheri and Nandiambakkam. Methods: Soil was collected aseptically and subjected to serial dilution. Crowded plate technique was used for the isolation of the colony. Totally seven isolates were isolated and were screened for their.
Isolation of Pure Cultures by Dilution Techniques and Gram Staining Method Results Table 1. Gram stain reaction and cellular features of the culture. Gram staining methods were applied on the given mixture of Bacillus cereus, Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus and then examined microscopically. Results were recorded in Table 1.
Isolation of Bacteria in our Physical Environment Introduction: The purpose of the lab is to apply what has been learned so far in Microbiology, and use it to collect and examine microbial species from the physical environment. The physical environment around the lab will be utilized to find out the variety of different microbial species growing in and around the lab.
The contaminated soil samples were enriched with the hydrocarbon degrading bacteria and as we isolated total 8 isolates from the oil contaminated soil. Four out of the 8 bacterial isolates were selected for further studies. These isolates were purified from the soil sample on the basis of colony morphology, texture, growth. The pure.
Isolation and identification of hydrocarbonoclastic bacteria. Culture-dependent approach based on the isolation and identification of hydrocarbonoclastic bacteria allowed us to isolate 125 strains from contaminated samples: 61 strains from water, 46 from sediment and 18 from biofilm.