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  • 1 Shahjalal University of Science and Technology Department of Food Engineering and Tea Technology Sylhet 3114 Bangladesh
  • | 2 Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University Department of Biotechnology Gazipur 1706 Bangladesh
  • | 3 Shahjalal University of Science and Technology Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Sylhet 3114 Bangladesh
  • | 4 Bangladesh Agricultural University Department of Agricultural Chemistry Mymensigh 2202 Bangladesh
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The objectives of the research were to isolate phosphate solubilizing bacteria (PSB) from the rhizoplane of rice (Oryza sativa L.) cv. BRRIdhan 29 cultivated in acidic soils of Tangail in Bangladesh and evaluate their performances in phosphate solubilization in both in vitro and in vivo conditions. A total of 10 bacterial strains were isolated and purified by repeated streak culture on nutrient agar medium. Upon screening, five isolates (OS01, OS03, OS07, OS08 and OS10) showed varying levels of phosphate solubilizing activity in agar plate and broth assays. Among them, the strain OS07 (B1) and two previously isolated PSB strains B2 and B3 were selected for evaluation for their performances in rice alone or in combination of TSP (triple super phosphate: P1) and rock phosphate (P2). Plant height and the number of tillers per plant were significantly increased by all PSB isolates when used in combination with TSP but PSB alone did not influence much on plant height and the number of tillers except B1. The levels of mineral nutrients content in rice plant tissues were generally increased by the application of the PSB in combination with TSP, while the performances of B1 isolate was superior in all aspects to B2 and B3 isolates.

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  • Prof. Peter L. RÁDY (Department of Dermatology, University of Texas, Houston, Texas, USA)
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