ISOLATION OF ENDOPHYTIC BACTERIA AS A BIOLOGICAL MODEL TO CONTRIBUTE TO HEAVY METAL PHYTOREMEDIATION

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Alexander Pérez Cordero
Donicer E. Montes Vergara
Yelitza Aguas Mendoza

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Endophytic bacteria, tolerance, heavy metals, growth promotion.

Abstract

The aim of this research was to encourage with different processes and schemes for the isolation, in vitro evaluation of the tolerance capacity to different concentrations of heavy metals and plant growth promoting activity. The results of research on endophytic bacteria isolated from different plant species in the Caribbean region of Colombia show the ability of the bacteria to tolerate different heavy metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium, nickel at different concentrations and the ability of these bacteria to fix nitrogen, solubilize phosphates and produce siderophores. The group of researchers have a genomic bank of endophytic bacteria that can be inoculated in plants for the improvement of plant species with the capacity to remediate and improve their nutritional conditions, adaptation and toxicity to environments contaminated with heavy metals

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