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Phosphate Solubilizing Microorganisms Associated with Chollangi Mangrove Soil in East Coast of India
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.867-875  
Author(s)
Amrutha.V.Audipudi, N.Pradeep Kumar and A.Sudhir
KEYWORDS
Azotobacter, Bacillus subtilis, Fluorescent Pseudomonas, Mangrove soil, Phosphate solubilization.
ABSTRACT
Twenty three bacterial strains isolated from the soil of Chollangi mangrove environment and demonstrated Phosphate solubilization potential of isolated bacterial strains. Seven isolates showed phosphate solubilization activity. Morpho physiologically and
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