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Screen the efficient growth of E.coli to removal Congo red dye by some modified media

Author: LUBNA MUTTALIBAL, SHAIMAA S.M.ALI, ZEANA SHAKER ALHINDI, FRIALGEMEEL ABD, AYAD F. ALKAIM
Abstract: The aim of this study was Screen the economical growth of E. coli that have the flexibility to removal artificial dyes Congo dye on some modified media. The current study is concentrated on the screening, isolation of effective bacteria microorganisms for the decolorization of textile effluent and analysis of the performance of the method additionally optimisation of parameters for increased decolorization. The isolation was administered by serial dilution methodology, The samples for microorganism isolation were collected from water bodies environments , and therefore the decolorization was administered within the batch reactor. The effective microorganism isolated from the textile was E. coli , the power isolate , usually isolate No . (5) has been characterised by biochemical analyses and EPI twenty system, the simplest media for growth of E.coli that have ability to get rid of the Congo dye was N.B. The decolorization method exploitation E.coli for Congo dye yields high efficient decolorization. the method was easy, efficient and eco-friendly. The parameters like nutrients, time had the larger potential for the effective growth of microorganisms were optimized and might be applied to the various textile treatment applications.
Keyword: Congo dye removal, E.coli, modified media
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.02.083
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Impact Factor for five years is 1.55 (2012 - 2016)

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