INVESTIGATION OF MICROBIAL COUNT IN THE SOIL AND EARTHWORM GUT (EUDRILUS EUGENIAE)

  • V . Tamizhazhagan

Abstract

ABSTRACT 

The soil microbes are highest in compared with earthworm gut of  Eudrilus eugeniae. Microbes are soaring numbers of present in middle gut and several nutrients are gift within the soil. In soil, including  pH,  nitrogen,  phosphorus,  potassium,  zinc,  manganese,  iron  and  copper.  Earthworm gut from E. eugeniae compared with soil contains highest bacterium and fungi. E. eugeniae gut and soil present in the bacterial colony (Total count  - 787.33; Per cent – 78.7%); fungal colony (Total  count  –  610.66;  Per  cent  –  61.0  %).  From  the  results  it  can  be  terminated  the  bacterial populations was a lot of within the soil and midgut region of E. eugeniae. 

Keywords: Soil, Earthworm gut, Bacteria, Fungi and Eudrilus eugeniae 

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V . Tamizhazhagan
zoology department
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Tamizhazhagan, V. . (2016). INVESTIGATION OF MICROBIAL COUNT IN THE SOIL AND EARTHWORM GUT (EUDRILUS EUGENIAE). Innovare Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 4(3), 7-9. Retrieved from https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijags/article/view/13161
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