Saroj N. Bhosle

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Bioremediation in natural ecosystems is dependent upon the availability of micronutrients and cofactors, of which iron is one of the essential elements. Under aerobic and alkaline conditions, iron oxidizes to Fe(+3) creating iron deficiency. To acquire this essential growth-limiting nutrient, bacteria produce low-molecular-weight, high-affinity iron(More)
Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) including non-O157 strains have been linked to outbreaks and sporadic cases of illness worldwide. A total of 647 milk samples were collected at different levels of collection and processing (udder, milking utensils, milk collection centres and receiving dock) within West Coast region of India. The milk samples(More)
Mangroves are unique ecosystems in the coastal tropical and subtropical regions of the Earth. The fluctuation in salinity due to tidal action results in a prolific population of adhered halophilic and halotolerant bacteria in this ecosystem. In this study, a pigment producing adhered bacterial strain Halobacillus trueperi MXM-16 was isolated from mangrove(More)
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