Studies on phosphorus solubilizing activity of a strain of phosphobacteria isolated from chestnut type soil in China.

@article{Chen2008StudiesOP,
  title={Studies on phosphorus solubilizing activity of a strain of phosphobacteria isolated from chestnut type soil in China.},
  author={Zixi Chen and Shengwu Ma and Lily L. Liu},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2008},
  volume={99 14},
  pages={6702-7}
}
A phosphorus solubilizing bacterium, designated phosphobacterium 9320-SD, was isolated from field soil in Tianjin, China. Cells of the phosphobacterium 9320-SD were gram-positive, rod shaped, and produced spores. When 9320-SD was inoculated into MPMLM, amended with powdered (insoluble) mineral phosphate as the single P source, and incubated at 30 degrees C, the release of soluble phosphorus increased with increasing amounts of added phosphates over the range of 0.12-4% (w/v). The maximal… CONTINUE READING
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