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Effect of different isolates of phosphate dissolving bacteria (PDB) on soil pH and soil available phosphorus



Effect of different isolates of phosphate dissolving bacteria (PDB) on soil pH and soil available phosphorus



Proceedings of the Conference of the Agricultural Development Research, Ain Shams University (1 (IV)): 97-104



Different isolates of phosphate dissolving bacteria (PDB) were extracted from irradiated alluvial and calcareous soils of Egypt. The most effective isolates were selected and identified. Bacillus brevis, Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus cereus and Bacillus megatheriun were chosen to represent the different species found in the two soils of different activities, samples of which were treated with various doses of gamma-rays (I-7.5 KGY).

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