Isolation and Identification of Bacillus Subtilis from Paper Industry Effluent for Plant Growth
C. Anuvaishnavi, Dr. J. Rengaramanujam, M. E. Pavithra
Paper industry, Bacillus subtilis, Antimicrobial, Protein genes, Cellulolytic enzymes.
Paper industry is often termed as water inclined one as fresh water is the dire necessity various stages of manufacturing process, as result such paper manufacturing hubs release a large quantity of waste water and paper effluent elements becomes a challenge .It is described that water is largely used in order to separate the raw material and to give them space to swell and to transport fibers and for laying strong ground for paper formation. In order to enhance the fertility of soil using Bacillus subtilis isolated from paper industry effluent water. The following objective were considered, such as isolation of B.subtilis from paper industrial waste water, Characterization of B.subtilis ,Plant growth promotion using B.subtilis, and isolate and identify the antimicrobial activity of Bacillus against plant pathogen. This study demonstrated that the occurrence of Bacillus subtilis in mungbeans leaves. The morphology and biochemical properties of the isolates had been studied and identified as Bacillus subtilis.
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Unique Paper ID: 156553

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 4

Page(s): 309 - 318
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