Genus diversity of actinomycetes isolated from the sediments in Lake Daechung = 대청호 퇴적층으로부터 분리된 방선균의 속 다양성

Cited 0 time in scopus
Metadata Downloads
Title
Genus diversity of actinomycetes isolated from the sediments in Lake Daechung = 대청호 퇴적층으로부터 분리된 방선균의 속 다양성
Author(s)
Dong Jin park; Youn Su Yuk; Hae Ryong Park; Zhe Piao; Sang Hwa Lee; Chang Jin Kim
Bibliographic Citation
Korean Journal of (Applied) Microbiology & Biotechnology, vol. 27, no. 4, pp. 273-277
Publication Year
1999
Abstract
From each sediments collected at Chudong (static) and Hoenam (streaming) site of Lake Daechung on May 18 (before rainy Season) and on August 24 in 1998 (after rainy season), different strains of Actinomycetes were isolated and identified to genus level. For comparison, the genus diversity of Actinomycetes in control soils such as grass land around lake, lake shore, and shallow (5-10 cm) lake was also investigated. In consequence, the isolation of Streptomyces from the sediments of Lake Daechung was the most copious (41 strains) at the streaming site before rainy season and the least(27 strains) at the static site before rainy season, which were 2.4- and 1.6-fold larger than the average (17 strains) of control soils, respectively. In addition, the isolation of rare Actinomycetes from the sediments of Lake Daechung was the most copious (23 strains) at the streaming site before rainy season and the least(12 strains) at the static site after rainy season, which were 3.2- and 1.6-fold larger than the average (17 strains) of controls, respectively. Therefore, it is considered that lake sediments exhibit higher diversity of Streptomycete as well as rare Actinomycetes than general soils, and thereby can be utilized as useful sources to isolate diverse Actinomycetes.
Keyword
Lake Daechungsedimentactinomycetesgenus diversity
ISSN
0257-2389
Publisher
Korea Soc-Assoc-Inst
Type
Article
Appears in Collections:
Division of Biomedical Research > Microbiome Convergence Research Center > 1. Journal Articles
Files in This Item:
  • There are no files associated with this item.


Items in OpenAccess@KRIBB are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.