Bioremediation of lead using bacterial isolates and study their plant relieving effect on wheat under metal contamination

DOI: 10.18805/BKAP222    | Article Id: BKAP222 | Page : 51-56
Citation :- Bioremediation of lead using bacterial isolates and study their plant relieving effect on wheat under metal contamination.Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Patrika.2020.(35):51-56
Vishwa R. Vyas, Prashakha J. Shukla prashakhashukla@gmail.com
Address :
Life science department, C.U. Shah University, Surendranagar, Gujarat, India
Submitted Date : 24-07-2020
Accepted Date : 11-08-2020

Abstract

Increasing concentration of heavy metals due to various anthropogenic activities is a serious problem. To overcome this issue, many chemical and physical methods are available but they are either directly or indirectly harmful to nature. By these methods more quality of chemicals are wasted. So, bioremediation is the best method to remove pollutants. It is an eco-friendly and cost-effective process. A low concentration of heavy metal is required to plant for their growth and metabolic process but at higher concentration, plants do not survive. With the use of microbes, we can survive plants at certain levels. During this work heavy metal tolerating microorganism was isolated and purified. Various tests were performed like staining, minimum inhibitory concentration, multiple heavy metal resistance, multiple antibiotic resistance, biochemical test, DNA isolation, in vitro examination of the wheat plant under the stress condition of lead (1000ppm). 

Keywords

Bioremediation Heavy metals Heavy metal tolerating bacteria Pollution wheat plant

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