Title Rhizobium japonicum의 생장 및 poly-β-hydroxybutyric acid(PHB)의 축적에 미치는 환경요인의 영향
Author 이기성 · 최영길
Address 한양대학교 자연대학 생물학과
Bibliography Korean Journal of Microbiology, 20(4),195-200, 1982
Key Words The effect of environmental factors affecting to the growth of rhizobium japonicum
Abstract Rhizobium japonicum was isolated from the nodule of soybean root grown at the reclaimed tidal land in Kang-Wha island. The effect of pH and salt concentration to the viability of the isolated strain were examined in relationship between microbial growth and accumulation of PHB. Optimal pH value for the good viability of the isolated strain was 7.0 and also, at 5.0 and 6.0 viability was favorable to large extent, but 9.0 was unfavorable. Examined the effect of salt concentration treated two times as of the salinity in the reclaimed tidal land, viability of the isolated strain showed about 30 to 40%. And also in treatment with NaCl(40g/l) whatever the pH value adopted, viability was mostly less than 10%. The amount of accumulated PHB was relatively high at low pH value(5-6) and at high salt concentration, respectively.
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