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Evaluation of Phosphate Solubilizing Potential of Three Burkholderia Species Isolated from Green House Soils
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Evaluation of Phosphate Solubilizing Potential of Three Burkholderia Species Isolated from Green House Soils
Walpola, Buddhi Charana; Song, June-Seob; Keum, Mi-Jung; Yoon, Min-Ho;
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 Abstract
Burkholderia anthina R-4183, Burkholderia diffusa R-15930 and Burkholderia stabilis LMG 14294 isolated from green house soils (Gongju-Gun area, South Korea) were characterized and their phosphate solubilizing ability was assessed. Under in vitro culture conditions, all three species were proved to be effective in solubilizing phosphates in varying degrees. Strain Burkholderia anthina exhibited the highest phosphate solubilization in NBRIP medium () followed by Burkholderia diffusa () and Burkholderia stabilis (). However, solubilization of and was found to be poor in all the strains. Acidification by means of gluconic and oxalic acids accumulation in the culture medium could be the possible mechanism responsible for phosphate solubilization. Glucose at the rate of 3% was found be the best carbon source for Burkholderia anthina while other two Burkholderia species showed maximum phosphate solubilization at 2% of glucose. In the case of nitrogen sources, ammonium and nitrate were equally effective in solubilizing phosphates by Burkholderia species. Despite a slight decrease in phosphate solubilization observed at increasing temperature, all three Burkholderia species could withstand a temperature of , pH at the range of 7-9 and the presence of NaCl (up to 2.5%) without much compromising the phosphate solubilization. As shown with potted mung bean seedlings, all the three isolates could enhance soil fertility and plant growth indicating their great potential to be used as bio-inoculants.
 Keywords
Phosphate Solubilization;Burkholderia species;Acidification;
 Language
English
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