IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF RHIZOSPHERIC MICROBIAL ISOLATES WITH ANTIMICROBIAL (ANTIFUNGAL) ACTIVITY FROM SORGASTRUM NUTANS

Authors

  • MRRIDULA DANGI NARWAL RESEARCH SCHOLAR CENTRE FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY M.D.UNIVERSITY ROHTAK HARYANA INDIA

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v2i4.92

Keywords:

QPGPR, Rhizosphere, ACC deaminase, PCR, Sorgastrum nutans, Desert region of Rajasthan, India.

Abstract

The goal of this review was to disconnect and describe a rhizospheric bacterium from Sorgastrum nutans, developing around the betray district of Rajasthan (India). Plant growth promoting rhizobacterias (PGPR) are known to impact plant development by different immediate or circuitous systems. Separated strain was tried for different PGP characteristics like 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate (ACC) deaminase movement, phosphate solubilization, indole acidic corrosive generation, creation of siderophore, nitrogen obsession and alkali generation. Bio-control capacity of detach was screened by antagonistic action against certain parasitic/bacterial pathogens and additionally Hydrogen cyanide( HCN) creation. Selected test strain was likewise biochemically characterized. Advance recognizable proof of identification was performed by PCR based 16S rRNA qualitative sequencing. Besides assessment of the segregate SNP-18 showing different plant growth promoting (PGP) qualities on soil/plant framework is on-going to reveal their viability as successful PGPR.

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Published

07/30/2016

How to Cite

NARWAL, M. D. (2016). IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF RHIZOSPHERIC MICROBIAL ISOLATES WITH ANTIMICROBIAL (ANTIFUNGAL) ACTIVITY FROM SORGASTRUM NUTANS. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 2(4). https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v2i4.92