Bacillus species

Bacillus species

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Bacillus spp

All of the species of Bacillus.
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esculentum) roots following the exposure to three Bacillus species of commercial interest as biopesticides to better understand plant defense responses.
Production dynamics of extracellular protease from Bacillus species.
At present, about 60% of the commercially available enzymes are produced by Bacillus species
In view of the microbial and enzymatic properties of the detected amylolytic species, the main amylase-producing microbes during the early stage of fermentation were represented by four Bacillus species {B.
The ethanol extract was effective against Piper betel leaf against Bacillus species showed a zone of clearance of 30 mm (50 [micro]L), 28 mm (30 [micro]L) and 29 mm (20 [micro]L) on 24 hrs.
Bacillus species are typically considered blood culture contaminants, and distinguishing true versus pseudobacteremia requires recognition of the clinical context.
The current study was designed for molecular characterization of the microorganism used for vaccine production (Bacillus anthracis Sterne strain) and its phylogenetic relationship with related strains and Bacillus species.
Other studies also support the findings that entomopathogenic activity of Bacillus species varies with incubation time (Eswarapriya et al.
Morphological study revealed large, gram-positive rod having cylindrical endospore, arranged in single and short chains identified as Bacillus species.
The recovered bacteria included coagulase-negative Staphylococcus alone (25%), coagulase-negative Staphylococcus and Corynebacterium species (~8%), and Bacillus species (~8%).
Today, the most well-known, well-studied, and widely-used biphasic probiotics are from the bacillus species, particularly bacillus subtilis, bacillus clausii, bacillus licheniformis and bacillus coagulans.