Biodegradation of aniline by Pseudomonas rhodesiae isolated from river water = 강물에서 분리한 Pseudomonas rhodesiae의 아닐린 분해

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Biodegradation of aniline by Pseudomonas rhodesiae isolated from river water = 강물에서 분리한 Pseudomonas rhodesiae의 아닐린 분해
Author(s)
Hyun Ju Kim; Jin Cheol Kim; Heung Tae Kim; Gyung Ja Choi; Do Il Choi; Hong Gi Kim; Kwang Yun Cho
Bibliographic Citation
Korean Journal of Environmental Agriculture, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 74-78
Publication Year
2001
Abstract
Two Bacterial strains 1-C and 51-C capable of utilizing aniline as a sole source of carbon and energy were isolated from river waters. Both strains were identified as Pseudomonas rhodesiae based on their physiological and biochemical characteristics and 16S rRNA gene sequence. The strains were able to grow on the mineral salt media containing aniline at concentrations up to 6,000 ㎍/mL. Pseudomonas rhodesiae 51-C completely degraded aniline in a mineral salt medium containing 300 ㎍/mL of aniline as a sole carbon and energy source within 16 hours. The optimum pH and temperature for its growth and aniline degradation were 7.0 and 30℃∼35℃, respectively. This is the first report of aniline degradation by P. rhodesiae strains.
Keyword
anilinebiodegradationPseudomonas rhodesiae
ISSN
I000-0139
Publisher
Korea Soc-Assoc-Inst
Type
Article
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