PHYTOHORMONAL ACTIVITY OF IMMOBILIZED CELLS OF SALT-TOLERANT COTTON RHIZOBACTERIA AFTER LONG TERM STORAGE

  • Zakiryaeva Saidakhon Ikramovna The Institute of Microbiology, Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Tashkent
Keywords: Free and immobilized cells, cotton rhizobacteria, phytohormonal activity, auxin, gibberellin, Indole-3-Acetic Acid

Abstract

The phytohormonal activity of free and immobilized cells of B. subtilis BS-80, B. licheniformis BL-83, P. polymyxa PP-113 and P. amylolyticus PA-118 on phosphate flour have been studied. It was found that immobilized cells more actively synthesized IAA and gibberellins in comparison with free cells. The data obtained indicates that the phytohormonal activity of the salt-resistant cells of cotton rhizobacteria can be kept much better in the immobilized form than in the free form (in a refrigerator on jambs).

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2020-03-31
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Zakiryaeva Saidakhon Ikramovna. (2020). PHYTOHORMONAL ACTIVITY OF IMMOBILIZED CELLS OF SALT-TOLERANT COTTON RHIZOBACTERIA AFTER LONG TERM STORAGE. International Academy Journal Web of Scholar, (3(45), 3-5. https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_wos/31032020/6999
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