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Application of Immobilization Technology in Solubilization of Rock Phosphate
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Application of Immobilization Technology in Solubilization of Rock Phosphate
Walpola, Buddhi Charana; Kim, Ah Young; Jeon, Ju Hyeon; Yoon, Min-Ho;
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 Abstract
Phosphates solubilizing bacterial strains belong to Pantoea, Burkholderia and Enterobacter were isolated and employed in assessing their solubilization ability of Ca phosphate and ER phosphate (Eppawala Rock Phosphate). Among the bacterial strains used, PSB-13 (Pantoea rodasii) showed higher Ca-phosphate solubilization () as well as rock phosphate solubilization (). The strain was then immobilized in agar to further assess its phosphate solubilization ability. According to the results, agar encapsulated strain solubilized 0.3%, 7.31%, 20.24%, and 20.62% more Ca-phosphate and 11.53%, 15.29%, 28.48%, 36.55% (respectively in 4 cycles) more ER-phosphate than free cells. The reuse efficiency of agar entrapped bacterial cells for Ca-phosphate and ER-phosphate solubilization was greater than that by freely suspended bacterial cells. In conclusion, immobilization could enhance the phosphate solubilization capacity of the strains and thus could be used effectively in enhancing solubilization of ER phosphate.
 Keywords
Pantoea rodasii;Immobilization;Phosphate solubilization;Eppawala rock phosphate;
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