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.
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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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Study reports are available on fibrinolytic enzymes from various organisms, including Bacillus polymyxa [2], Escherichia coli [3], Pseudomonas [4], Streptomyces [5], Paenibacillus sp.
Rhizosphere colonization and seedling growth promotion of lodgepole pine by Bacillus polymyxa. Can.
D1 and Bacillus circulans with activity of 4.6 U/ml, 5.6 U/ml and 3.8 U/ml respectively while 35C incubation temperature was optimum for Paenibacillus validus and Bacillus polymyxa with enzyme activity of 6.2 U/ml and 6.1 U/ml respectively.
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Particularly, Bacillus polymyxa produced EPS 18 g/L which is the highest experimental result using sucrose [21].
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First isolated and identified in Japan in 1949 as a product of Bacillus polymyxa var.
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. Current Microbiology 38: 163-167.