Isolation of Micro-organisms from Phyllosphere of Plagiomnium rostratum (Schrad.) T.J. Kop. from Darjeeling Hills View Full Text


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2021-11-11

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Soma Pal Saha, Poushali Dey, Souvik Mitra

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Microbial association is considered as a significant innovation for land colonization of mosses. Plagiomnium rostratum (Schrad.) T.J. Kop. (Family—Mniaceae), a widely distributed moss in Darjeeling hills, plays a significant role in forest community structure. The moss samples were collected from six different sites of Darjeeling town adjoining areas. Micro-organisms from phyllospheric region were isolated using six different culture media. The number of colony-forming units (CFU) ranged from 1 × 107 to 250 × 10 8 g−1 of fresh plant. Moss-associated bacterial (MAB) isolates were characterized by their colony morphology, cell morphology and arrangement, motility, cell wall characteristics, sporulation and capsulation properties. A good number of MAB showed phosphate solubilization and nitrogen scavenging efficiency, starch, cellulose and casein degrading ability. On the basis of microscopic observations and biochemical characterizations, the site-specific predominant MABs were tentatively identified as the members of family Bacillaceae, Moraxellaceae, Pseudomonadaceae, Enterobacteriaceae and Lactobacillaceae. Furthermore, several strains of Actinobacteria, fungi, namely Aspergillus and Penicillium, were also present onto the moss. Variation in microbial association was found to be significantly correlated with the total carbohydrate and phosphorus contents of the gametophytes as evaluated by regression analysis. More... »

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919-927

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