Micromonospora


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Micromonospora

(microbiology)
A genus of bacteria in the family Micromonosporaceae; the mycelium is well developed, branched, and septate; single spores are formed on hyphae.
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The color formation of Micromonospora species was carried by well established procedure of pour plate technique.
The Nutrient broth was used for growth of Gram positive rod, Gram negative rod, Micromonospora species and mixed inoculants (Azotobacter, Phosphobacteria, Gram positive, Gram negative rod and Micromonospora and then incubated for 5 days.
15] The two human pathogens of Vibrio cholera and Klebshilla pneumonia was spread on the PDA media, and 10 microliter of Micromonospora sample containing disc was placed in the plates and incubated at 37[degrees]C for 24-48 hours.
100ml of potato dextrose broth was prepared and sterilized; then Micromonospora sample were inoculated and kept for 20 days in room temperature.
The Micromonospora sample standard proteins (arginine and cystenine) were dissolved in 95% absolute alcohol (Hayman Ltd.
Total heterotrophic bacteria, fungi, and Micromonospora species were enumerated from the rhizosphere and non-rhizosphere soil samples of 4 selected medicinal plants like Acalypha indica, (Kupaimani), Leucas aspera (Dumbi), Ocimum tenuiflorum L (Tulasi) and Solanum nigrum (Manathakali).
The maximum Micromonospora population was found as 8X101 CFU/g in Solanum nigrum root sample in PDA media and the minimum was found to be 5 x [10.
Bacterial and Micromonospora colonies was sub cultured in the respective media.
The characterization of Micromonospora species was studied by the method recommended by International Streptomyces Project (Shirling and Gottlieb, 1966) [10].
The combination of Gram negative rod, Gram positive rod, Micromonospora species.
The Rf values are shown by paper chromatography technique which revealed the presence of amino acids in Micromonospora sample containing various carbon sources.
Calicheamicin (CLM) is a DNA-binding and cleaving enediyne antibiotic produced by the soil Actinomycete Micromonospora echinospora ssp.