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bacillus farraginis sp. nov., bacillus fortis sp. nov. and bacillus fordii sp. nov., isolated at dairy farms.forty-eight bacterial strains were isolated at dairy farms from raw milk, the milking apparatus, green fodder or feed concentrate after a heat treatment of 30 min at 100 degrees c. in this way, spore-forming bacteria with a very high intrinsic heat resistance were selected for. the aerobic spore-forming isolates were subjected to a polyphasic taxonomical study, including repetitive element sequence-based pcr typing, whole-cell protein profiling, 16s rdna sequence analysis, dna-dna hybridizations ...200415280314
phenylacetic acid is isr determinant produced by bacillus fortis iags162, which involves extensive re-modulation in metabolomics of tomato to protect against fusarium wilt.bacillus fortis iags162 has been previously shown to induce systemic resistance in tomato plants against fusarium wilt disease. in the first phase of current study, the isr determinant was isolated from extracellular metabolites of this bacterium. isr bioassays combined with solvent extraction, column chromatography and gc/ms analysis proved that phenylacetic acid (paa) was the potential isr determinant that significantly ameliorated fusarium wilt disease of tomato at concentrations of 0.1 and 1 ...201627148321
role of ni-tolerant bacillus spp. and althea rosea l. in the phytoremediation of ni-contaminated soils.in our current study, four nickel-tolerant (ni-tolerant) bacterial species viz, bacillus thuringiensis 002, bacillus fortis 162, bacillus subtilis 174, and bacillus farraginis 354, were screened using ni-contaminated media. the screened microbes exhibited positive results for synthesis of indole acetic acid (iaa), siderophore production, and phosphate solubilization. the effects of these screened microbes on ni mobility in the soil, root elongation, plant biomass, and ni uptake in althea rosea p ...201727739873
bacillus composti sp. nov. and bacillus thermophilus sp. nov., two thermophilic, fe(iii)-reducing bacteria isolated from compost.two novel thermophilic bacteria, designated sgz-9(t) and sgz-10(t), were isolated from compost. cells of the two strains were catalase-positive, endospore-forming and gram-staining-positive rods. strain sgz-9(t) was oxidase-positive and non-motile, and strain sgz-10(t) was oxidase-negative and motile. the highest 16s rrna gene sequence similarity for both strains sgz-9(t) and sgz-10(t) was observed with bacillus fortis (97.5 % and 96.9 %, respectively). phylogenetic analysis based on 16s rrna ge ...201323396719
bacillus terrae sp. nov. isolated from cistus ladanifer rhizosphere soil.a bacterial strain designated ra9t was isolated from a root of cistus ladanifer in spain. phylogenetic analyses based on 16s rrna gene sequence placed the isolate into the genus bacillus with its closest relatives being b. fortis r-6514t and b. fordii r-7190t with 98.2% similarity in both cases. dna-dna hybridization studies showed averages of 29 and 30%, respectively, between the strain ra9t and the type strains of b. fortis and b. fordii. the isolate was gram-stain positive, motile and sporula ...201627983469
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