SCREENING OF MULTI BIOACTIVE METABOLITES PRODUCING MICROORGANISMFROM GARDEN SOIL OF DR. M. G. R EDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE, CHENNAI
Keywords:Antibiotic activity, Soil microorganisms, Antimicrobial activity and Hydrolytic enzyme
Objective: Screening of industrial important bioactive metabolites of Antibiotics, hydrolytic enzymes producing microorganism from garden soil of Dr. M. G. R Educational and Research Institute, Chennai.
Methods: Desired ten soil samples taken and were serially diluted. Crowded plate method used for antibiotic-producing microorganism and Starch agar medium and gelatin medium tests were performed for hydrolytic enzymes (Amylase and Gelatinase).
Results: Among the tested soil samples, antibiotic producing microorganisms were not found, but has hydrolytic enzymes amylase and gelatinase. Thus screened soil samples biochemically identified as Bacillus species.
Conclusion: This study concludes that, the collected sample, produced Antibiotic negative result and it’s possess other industrial important hydrolytic enzymes. Thus Screening of more bioactive metabolites producing ability from a single isolate, will be more useful for effective screening.
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