Isolation and Identification of Bacterial Strains from Yamuna River at Allahabad District in Uttar Pradesh, India

@article{Kumar2018IsolationAI,
  title={Isolation and Identification of Bacterial Strains from Yamuna River at Allahabad District in Uttar Pradesh, India},
  author={Anurag Kumar and Jane C. Benjamin and Arti Kumari and Hemant Kumar},
  journal={International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences},
  year={2018}
}
Yamuna is one of the most polluted rivers in India, especially around Delhi, because of the large amount of the wastewater discharge. According to the Centre for Science and Environment, approximately 75 to 80 percent of the river’s pollution is the result of raw sewage, industrial runoff and the garbage thrown into the river and it totals over 3 billion litres of waste per day (Mishra, 2010 and Martínez et al., 2009). Today water resources have become the most exploited natural system since… 

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Isolation and Identification of Bacterial Strains from Yamuna River at Allahabad District in Uttar Pradesh, India

Yamuna is one of the most polluted rivers in India, especially around Delhi, because of the large amount of the wastewater discharge. According to the Centre for Science and Environment,

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