results, 27 strains, not including [Brevibacillus brevis] NCIMB and [ Brevibacillus brevis] among 29 strains that were supplied as Brevibacillus brevis. Background, Brevibacillus brevis NBRC , formerly known as Bacillus brevis 47, is a strictly aerobic, Gram-positive, spore-forming soil bacterium. It has a. The present investigation was undertaken to isolate, screen and evaluate a selected promising PGPR Brevibacillus brevis on cotton crop.

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Produces the antifungal metabolite gramicidin S that distrupts the fungal cytoplasmic membrane and also a biosurfactant that helps inhibit spore germination.

It was observed that root growth was affected more than shoot growth as it was evident from their fresh and dry weights.

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The plant growth promoting bacterial isolate SVC II 14 with other closely related bacterial strains resulted from Blastn search. Biological control of Fusarium oxysporum f.

Solubility – In organic solvents at 20 o C mg l Negligible risk to bystanders and consumers. Birds – Acute LD 50 mg kg No, known not to cause a problem: Brevibacillus brevis is considered PGPR and is widespread in the soil and sediment, and it has been widely used in agriculture and environmental remediation because of its multiple potential functions. Some strains are capable of oxidizing carbon monoxide aerobically. The isolate was analyzed phenotypically by using Biolog brevix.

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Brevibacillus brevis

Surface tension mN m A seed germination analysis was conducted with cotton seeds to evaluate the potential of the isolate to promote plant growth. Arch Phytopathol Plant Prot. Bakker AW, Schippers B. Open in a separate window.

Brevibacillus brevis – Wikipedia

Differential response of potato toward inoculation with taxonomically diverse plant growth promoting rhizobacteria. Brevis is a potential biological control agent for reducing the impact of F. In our study inoculation of cotton seeds with PGPR isolate had some growth promoting effects on shoot length and root length of plant.

They also carried out the microbiological and biotechnological part of the paper. In the present study the isolate exhibited the very good ammonia production activity.

Negligible risk to farm workers. The Gram reaction and endospore staining was performed as per standard procedures Park et brwvis. Characterization of potent isolates Morphological characterization of isolates Morphological features of the selected strain were determined which included: Egamberdiyeva D, Jabborova D.

Various PGPR isolates were found to produce antagonistic activity against some phytopathogenic fungi such as Fusarium oxysporumRhizoctonia solani and Sclerotium rolfsii Manivannan et al. The purity of each bacterial isolate was checked under the microscope using standard staining methods.


As far as literature surveyed, this is the first report on Brevibacillus sp. Int J Agric Biol. Considered to be non-toxic. Algae – Acute 72 hour EC 50growth mg l Listed in EU database.

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The isolates showing yellowish brown colour were found to exhibit positive results Dye Dissipation rate RL50 on plant matrix. Plant-beneficial rhizobacteria for sustainable increased yield of cotton with reduced level of bbrevis fertilizers. The additional feature of motility the isolated bacterium leads to suppose that they can survive better in the vrevis.

One promising method to reduce the use of chemical fertilizers is the application of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria PGPR as microbial inoculants in agriculture.

Its ability to exhibit various PGP traits at higher temperature shows that the isolate may prove effective as an inoculant. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer.

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