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Selection of suitable growth medium for free-living diazotrophs isolated from compost.

@article{Stella2010SelectionOS,
  title={Selection of suitable growth medium for free-living diazotrophs isolated from compost.},
  author={M. Stella and M. Y. Suhaimi},
  journal={Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={38},
  pages={211-219}
}
  • M. Stella, M. Y. Suhaimi
  • Published 2010
  • Biology
  • Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Science
  • Four free-living nitrogen fixing bacteria, namely NC 2, NC 4, NC 10 and NC 11 were tested for nitrogenase activity. NC 10 performed the highest nitrogenase activity (3.01 x 10–3 mol/h/ml), followed by NC 4 (6.84 x 10–4 mol/h/ml), NC 2 (2.36 x 10–5 mol/h/ml) and NC 11 (7.48 x 10–5 mol/h/ml). The nitrogenase activity of mix culture was recorded as 7.48 x 10–5 mol/h/ml. Beijerinckia medium was the most suitable growth medium for all four organisms, followed by Derxia medium and Ashby’s medium. In… CONTINUE READING
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