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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(7): 2737-2748
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.907.323


Determination of the Efficiency of the Mixture of Isolated Bacterial Species in Bioremediation of Pesticides
Mosaab Abdalmahmoud Hassan1*, Aarif El-Mubarak2, Yousif Osman Assad3, Magdeldin Mohamed Elkhier4 and Mohamed Fareed Osman4
1Department of Pesticides and Toxicology, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, University of Gezira, Sudan
2Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Gezira, Sudan
3Department of Plant Protection,
4Department of Food Science and Nutrition, College of Food and Agricultural Sciences, King Saud University, Sudan
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

In the present investigation results showed a different mixture of bacteria with pesticides at 25 ppm Sa.bongori and S.aureus removing pesticides 64.8% for Atrazine, 74.4% for Diazinon and 75.7% for Pirimicarb , As for E.coli and S.aureus It showed on Atrazine 66.8%, Diazinon 76.3% and Pirimicarb 77.7%. Also E.coli and Sa.bongori resulted in 60.5% removal of atrazine, 72.7% for Diazinon and 49.7% for pirimicarb. When the three species of bacteria were mixed together, their combined effect was 83.4% for Pirimicarb bioremediation 82.0% for Diazinon and 69.1% for Atrazine.when comparing the growth rate of bacterial cells, The mixture was E.coli and Sa.bongori 31.52 × 104 to increase in Diazinon and Pirimicarb 32.01 × 104, Pirimicarb and atrazine 32.23 ×104, Diazinon and atrazine 31.98 × 104 mixture of three pesticides 40.54 × 104. Also mixture S.aureus and Sa.bongori Before treatment 22.86 × to become after in Diazinon and Pirimicarb 37.32 × , Pirimicarb and atrazine 44.13 ×, Diazinon and atrazine 35.68 × 104 mixture of three pesticides 43.65 × 104, Finally, the mixture recorded all bacteria growth from 34.12 ×104 To grow in Diazinon and Pirimicarb 51.18×104, Pirimicarb and atrazine 40.54 ×104, Diazinon and atrazine 45.38×104 mixture of three pesticides 52.36×104. This method has demonstrated that mixing bacterial species on biological treatment of pesticides increases the speed of the process as each bacterium completes the work of the other, which contributes to the removal of pesticides, and can be used safely in the process of pesticide removal, however more research is needed on safety, mechanisms and mobility.


Keywords: Bioremediation, Diazinon, E.coli, Efficiency, S.aureus, Sa.bongori
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Mosaab Abdalmahmoud Hassan, Aarif El-Mubarak, Yousif Osman Assad, Magdeldin Mohamed Elkhier and Mohamed Fareed Osman. 2020. Determination of the Efficiency of the Mixture of Isolated Bacterial Species in Bioremediation of Pesticides.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(7): 2737-2748. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.907.323