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Title: Biofertilizer mediated Remediation of Silk Dyeing Industrial Effluent and its Effect on selected Green Leafy Vegetables
Researcher: Sumayya A R
Guide(s): Sivagami Srinivasan
Keywords: Biofertilizer
silk dyeing
green leafy vegetables
University: Avinashilingam Deemed University For Women
Completed Date: 04.02.2015
Abstract: Major objectives To assess the biometric the biochemical the antioxidant and the pigment constituents of the selected green leafy vegetables GLVs grown in fresh water 75 percentage effluent and newlinebiotreated effluent To characterize the physicochemical parameters in the silk dyeing effluent To decolorize the silk dyeing effluent with the selected biofertilizers To identify the functional groups and the compounds using spectroscopic and chromatographic techniques in the selected GLVs grown in different treatments Hypotheses newlineThe Null hypothesis H0 proposed is Pseudomonas fluorescens do not decolorize the silk dyeing effluent Methodology Five green leafy vegetables such as mustard Brassica juncea fenugreek newlineTrigonella foenum sirukeerai Amaranthus polygonoides araikeerai newlineAmaranthus tristis and agati Sesbania grandiflora were selected and grown in fresh water 75 percentage of silk dyeing and biotreated effluent by Pseudomonas fluorescens The plants were uprooted on the 45th day without any damage and analysed for various newlineparameters like biometric phytochemicals proximate principles minerals antioxidant and pigments The physicochemical analysis of untreated control soil crude soil and biotreated soil was carried out The histological study was performed on the stem the leaf and the root sections of GLVs grown in fresh water crude effluent and biotreated effluent The physico chemical analysis of the collected silk dyeing effluent was carried out In vitro preliminary studies and decolorization studies were performed for the randomly selected three biofertilizers Rhizobium sp Pseudomonas fluorescens and newlineAzospirillum sp The best decolorizing biofertilizers Pseudomonas fluorescens and Azospirillum sp were inoculated in silk dyeing industrial effluent for phytohormones analysis
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/62164
Appears in Departments:Department of Biochemistry, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics

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