ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF DEGRADING BACTERIA FROM RICE

T. Eswar. Ganesh. Babu, S. A. Mastan, G. Rajesh, J. Vasavi, M. Sai Sowjanya, Sk. Hapsana Parveen, A. S. L. Prasanna

Abstract


Security of nourishment is a fundamental necessity of sustenance quality. A total of two different Rice samples randomly taken from 2 different places i.e. the samples were brought from Guntur, Andhra Pradesh to college laboratory for bacteriological analysis for the isolation of degrading bacteria by using Streak plate technique. Sequential dilutions of the samples were used after 1 ml from each tube was pipette into a supplement nutrient agar plates and incubated for 24 hours at 37oC. The plates were inspected for the development of the bacteria. The Sub-refined of settlements from the development was done on bacteriological agar. All screened tests had levels of bacterial development going from 1.0 X 105 to 3.0 X 106 cfu/ml.90% of the examples had bacterial tallies over the worthy limits (104 cfu/ml).Two pathogenic micro-organisms were confined from sullied rice. Pursued by biochemical tests and confined that among 10 isolates 8 belongs to Bacillus cereus, 2 belongs to Escherichia coli. The isolated bacteria species were identified as Bacillus cereus. This investigation uncovered that road nourishments are potential vehicles for transmitting nourishment borne diseases in and aroun areas in Guntur.


Keywords


Bacillus cereus, food poisoning, boiled rice.

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