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Volume 2 Issue 7

 

SCREENING AND ANTIMICROBIAL STUDIES ON BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS PRODUCED BY MARINE ACTINOMYCETES

Author: A.Aadhimani, J.Madhusudhanan, K. Saraswathi & P. Arumugam

Tamilnadu, India

Abstract: The study concerns with actinomycetes isolated from different marine soil with special reference to antimicrobial substances. Total of five morphologically different actinomycetes strains were isolated from marine soil collected from three different locations, India. The screening method was performed for the five strains in which strain ABTRI................Read more

 

BIODEGRADATION OF CRUDE OIL USING HYDROCARBONOCLASTIC BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM GUT OF EARTHWORMS IN CRUDE OIL POLLUTED REGIONS OF NIGER DELTA, NIGERIA

Authors: Gideon I Ogu, Ehiobu M John, Imbolo F Diete-Spiff & Churchill E Ndego

Delta State, Nigeria

Abstract: This work was carried out to investigate the abilities of hydrocarbonoclastic bacterial species isolated from the gut of earthworms, which were collected from crude oil polluted sites in Niger Delta region, Nigeria, to degrade 2.0 % crude oil in mineral salt medium over a 25 day period using standardlaboratory techniques ...............Read more

 

ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY AND PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING OF ENDOPHYTIC FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH CASSIA FISTULA.

Author: Ashwani Tapwal, Purnima Pandey, Suresh Chandra & Rashmi

Himachal Pradesh, India

Abstract: Various medicinal plant species are moving from fringe to mainstream and being used by a large numbers of people who are seeking remedies and health approaches from natural products. Cassia fistula is well known for its wealth of antimicrobial metabolites and medicinal property. Therefore, the endophytic fungi that inhabiting such ..................Read more

 

In vitro culture studies of an important medicinal herb, Vernonia cinerea (L.) Less (Asteraceae) under varying hormonal concentrations and effect of Indole 3-Acetic Acid (IAA) on subculture media

Author: Arun T. Ram & M. Shamina

Kerala, India

Abstract: Development of an efficient in vitro propagation method for the important medicinal herb Vernonia cinerea has been successfully established. Multiple shoots were obtained from the stem explants of Vernonia cinerea on MS media supplemented with varying concentrations of plant growth hormones (2, 4-D, Kinetin, IAA and BAP). Maximum number of shoots was ..................Read more