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Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used by traditional users in Villupuram district of Tamil Nadu, India
The study of ethno botanical was carried out along with the ethnic groups (Villupuram district) in the South Western Ghats of India. In the present study, 46 plant species belonging to 31 familiesExpand
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Occurrence of diversified N‐acyl homoserine lactone mediated biofilm‐forming bacteria in rice rhizoplane
Quorum sensing (QS)‐mediated biofilm‐forming rhizobacteria are indispensable due to their competitiveness in the crop rhizosphere. In the present work, we have reported on the occurrence ofExpand
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Growth and metabolic characteristics of oleaginous microalgal isolates from Nilgiri biosphere Reserve of India
BackgroundRenewable energy for sustainable development is a subject of a worldwide debate since continuous utilization of non-renewable energy sources has a drastic impact on the environment andExpand
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Biogas plants efficiency in purifying Indian sago factory waste water with wide C/N ratios: strategies for process water reuse
Cassava tubers produced under hot, dry and monsoon governed climate in the Salem region, Tamil Nadu, South India, consume together with the about 1000 starch extracting industries daily, 9 millionsExpand
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Aerobic cyanide degradation by bacterial isolates from cassava factory wastewater
Ten bacterial strains that utilize cyanide (CN) as a nitrogen source were isolated from cassava factory wastewater after enrichment in a liquid media containing sodium cyanide (1 mM) and glucoseExpand
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Isolation and screening of soil yeasts for plant growth promoting traits.
Soil microorganisms are the key player of biochemical and biological processes of the soil and govern the soil health and sustain agricultural production. Yeast is one of the potential plant growthExpand
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Experimentation on artificial inoculation studies for persistence of shiga-like toxin-producing Escherichia coli (E. coli O157) in agricultural soils and vegetables using real-time PCR.
Diarrheagenic Escherichia coli O157 is an important reason for largest food borne inflectional outbreaks. E. coli O157 invades into the food chain through contaminated irrigation water and soilExpand
Systemic induction of defense-related genes in tomato by Pseudomonas fluorescens suppresses bacterial wilt disease incited by Ralstonia solanacearum
Bacterial wilt incited by Ralstonia solanacearum Yabucchi et al. is one of the most devastating disease of solanaceous crops. In this study, the bacterial wilt suppressing activity of PseudomonasExpand