Isolation of Antibiotic Producing Microorganisms from Two Soil Samples of Phirangipuram,Guntur

  • C.H.Naga Sowjanya Nalanda Institute of Pharmaceutical sciences, Kantepudi (V), Sattenapalli (M), Guntur (D), AP.
    chsowjanya90@gmail.com
  • D.Rama Brahma Reddy Nalanda Institute of Pharmaceutical sciences, Kantepudi (V), Sattenapalli (M), Guntur (D), AP.
  • K.Ramya Nalanda Institute of Pharmaceutical sciences, Kantepudi (V), Sattenapalli (M), Guntur (D), AP.
  • K. Lakshmi Sravya Nalanda Institute of Pharmaceutical sciences, Kantepudi (V), Sattenapalli (M), Guntur (D), AP.
  • K.Vandana Diamond Nalanda Institute of Pharmaceutical sciences, Kantepudi (V), Sattenapalli (M), Guntur (D), AP.
  • L.Bangaaru Lakshmi Nalanda Institute of Pharmaceutical sciences, Kantepudi (V), Sattenapalli (M), Guntur (D), AP.
  • L.Bangaaru Lakshmi Nalanda Institute of Pharmaceutical sciences, Kantepudi (V), Sattenapalli (M), Guntur (D), AP.

Abstract

Antibiotics are chemicals, that kill or inhibit the growth of bacteria and are used to treat bacterial infections. They are produced in nature by soil bacteria and fungi. Soil is the outer region of earth crust consisting of loose material. In this, soil samples from two areas were collected (vegetable dump area(A), street soil(B)) and analysed, different bacterial colonies from soil samples was formed and tested for antimicrobial activity. The isolated and subcultured strains showed permanent zones of inhibition. The inhibitory activity of the organism was checked  against important microbial flora. In the present study a trail was done to find out a new antimicrobial agent, producing bacteria from soil samples collected from two places.

Keywords: Soil, Isolation, Antibiotics, Subculturing, Morphology, Staining

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C.H., N. S., R. B. R. D, R. K, L. S. K, V. D. K, Bangaaru Lakshmi, and Bangaaru Lakshmi. “Isolation of Antibiotic Producing Microorganisms from Two Soil Samples of Phirangipuram,Guntur”. World Journal of Current Medical and Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 2, no. 2, May 2020, pp. 211-3, https://wjcmpr.com/index.php/journal/article/view/128.
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