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Isolation and characterization of psychrotrophic and halotolerant Rhodococcus sp YHLT-2
- Isolation and characterization of psychrotrophic and halotolerant Rhodococcus sp YHLT-2
- Wook, HW; Joo, YH; An, YJ; Cho, KS
- Ewha Authors
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- JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
- vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 605 - 612
- bioremediation; Rhodococcus; psychrotroph; crude oil; halotolerance
- KOREAN SOC MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
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- A psychrotrophic bacterium was isolated from oil-contaminated groundwater and identified as Rhodococcus sp. YHLT-2. Growth was observed at the temperature of 4 to 30 degrees C. This strain degraded various petroleum hydrocarbons such as crude oil, diesel oil, and gasoline over the whole range of temperatures tested. The Rhodococcus sp. YHLT-2 was capable of growing even at 4 degrees C, exhibiting 90% of oil biodegradation after 20 days. Degradation of crude oil Occurred at low temperature in nature. This strain was also able to grow at 7% NaCl, and utilized not only short chain alkenes (C-9 to C-12), but also a broad range of long chain alkenes (C, to C, C-32) present in Crude oil at 4 degrees C. The Rhodococcus sp. YHLT-2 is expected to be of potential use in the in situ bioremediation of hazardous hydrocarbons under low-temperature and high-salt conditions.
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