Bacillus polymyxa

Ba·cil·lus pol·y·myx·a

a bacterial species found in soil, water, milk, feces, and decaying vegetables; some strains produce the antibiotic polymyxin.

Bacillus polymyxa

A bacterial name first used by Prazmowski in 1880 and retired in the  mid-1950s; now known as Paenibacillus polymyxa.
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Rhizosphere colonization and seedling growth promotion of lodgepole pine by Bacillus polymyxa.
8 U/ml respectively while 35C incubation temperature was optimum for Paenibacillus validus and Bacillus polymyxa with enzyme activity of 6.
Particularly, Bacillus polymyxa produced EPS 18 g/L which is the highest experimental result using sucrose [21].
AY-amylase production by Bacillus polymyxa on a corn steep-starch-salts medium.
First isolated and identified in Japan in 1949 as a product of Bacillus polymyxa var.
Una cepa de Bacillus polymyxa fue aislada de muestras de aguas de una mina de bauxita, la cepa demostro buen potencial para desarrollar la separacion de impurezas de hierro del mineral crudo (Vijaya et al.
Colistin, also known as polymyxin E, is a cationic lipopeptide antibiotic isolated from Bacillus polymyxa subsp.
Introduction and expression of the cry1Ac gene of Bacillus thuringiensis in a cereal-associated bacterium, Bacillus polymyxa.
Enterobacter agglomerans, Bacillus polymyxa and Tatumella ptyseos 1093 showed activities of 19.
Isolation of bioactive antibiotic peptides from Bacillus brevis and Bacillus polymyxa against Botrytis grey mould in strawberry.