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Isolation and Identification of Eleven Bacterial Strains from Rhizospheric Soil of Peanut Fields
- The soil samples were randomly collected from the rhizospheric soil of peanut fields in Shangalay Kyun Village, Amarapura Township, Mandalay Region during August 2016. This study was carried out at Microbiology Laboratory of Botany Department, University of Mandalay from August 2016 to February 2017. In order to the isolation of bacterial strains, the ATCC 552 medium was used in this study. As the results, total of 8 bacterial strains (MZ 1 to MZ 11) were isolated and identified with their colony morphology, gram straining, microscopical characters and biochemical reactions. The colony morphology of isolated bacterial strains, MZ 1 to MZ 11 were large, moderate, small in their sizes and irregular, circular, and entire in margins. All isolated bacterial strains were gram positive. In facts, eleven isolated bacterial strains from MZ 1 to MZ 11 were identified and characterized as the genus, Bacillus spp.
May Zin Moe
Zar Zar Yin
Soe Soe Aung
- Universities Research Journal