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Isolation of Bacillus sp. SHL-3 from the Dry Soil and Evaluation of Plant Growth Promoting Ability
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Isolation of Bacillus sp. SHL-3 from the Dry Soil and Evaluation of Plant Growth Promoting Ability
Hong, Sun Hwa; Kim, Ji Seul; Sim, Jun Gyu; Lee, Eun Young;
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 Abstract
Excess use of chemical fertilizer causes soil acidification and accumulation of salt, and thus might bring to desertification of soil. To overcome this problem, it needs limited usage of chemical fertilizer and increased usage of natural fertilizer as an alternative. In this study, dry soil-borne Bacillus sp. SHL-3, which was isolated from arid and barren soil, with plant growth promoting activity was isolated for identification and to determine optimal culture condition. A bacterial strain SHL-3 had the IAA productivity (), ACC deaminase activity ( at 51 hours) and siderophore synthesis. It was identified as genus Bacillus sp.. Also, optimal culture condition of SHL-3 were and pH 7 in LB medium. Bacillus sp. SHL-3 had up to 4% salt tolerance in the medium. We evaluated the plant growth promotion ability of SHL-3 using yam (Dioscorea japonica Thunb.). As a result, Bacillus sp. SHL-3 was effective on the increase of the shoot length (202.4% increase for 91 days). These results indicate that Bacillus sp. SHL-3 can serve as a promising microbial resource for the biofertilizers of soil.
 Keywords
ACC;Biofertilizers;IAA;Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria;Yam;
 Language
Korean
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