Research Papers/Topics in Microbiology

ANTIMICROBIAL POTENTIAL OF Emericella nidulans AGAINST SELECTED PATHOGENS

ABSTRACT Endophytic microorganisms have proven to be potential sources of antimicrobials against recalcitrant pathogens. Extracts of an endophytic fungus, Emericella nidulans  exhibited antibacterial  activity  against  selected  pathogens.  Emericella  nidulans  was  cultivated  in broth and fermented at 28 ± 2°C for 7days and 21 days to obtain bioactive components. Solvents extraction of bioactive compounds from Emericella nidulans in the ...

PREVALENCE OF METHICILLINE RESISTANCE Staphylococcus aureus FROM THE GASTRO ORIGINAL

Prevalence of Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli from the surface of cockroaches found in the university of Lagos

The Antimicrobial properties and phytochemicals analysis of Basella alba Linn and Talinum trangulaire against some bacteria and fungi

Medicinal plants have provided a source of inspiration for novel drugs compounds since plant derived medicines have made large contributions to human health. The traditional healers make use of water primarily as solvent but extracts of these plants were certainly much better and powerful. This may be due to the better solubility of the active components in organic solvents (Umadevi, 2011).The phytochemical component of the ethanolic extracts of Basella alba leaf revealed the presence of tann...

Plant promoting growth of bacillus

Studies of plant promoting growth of bacillus it has been shown that bacillus methylothropicus enhance the growth of varies plant such capsicum annum 

MICROBIAL LOAD OF PALM WINE AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF FERMENTATION

MICROBIAL LOAD OF PALM WINE AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF FERMENTATIONTABLE OF CONTENTTitle page PageCertification iDedication iiAcknowledgement iiiTable of Contents ivList of Tables vList of Figures viAbstract 1 Introduction and Literature Review 2Materials and Method 15Results 25Discussion 30Conclusion 39References 41LIST OF TABLESTable 1: Physicochemical properties of the palm...

Microbiological Evaluation in ilorin Metropolis

ABSTRACT            The presences of pathogenic microorganism in ice cream such as Salmonella Species, Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli have been well documented, but examination of pathogenic bacteria like Bacillus cereus Yersinia enterocolitica, Brucella species and E.coli O157:H7 have been rarely studied. These studies indicated the necessity for a more steady microbial examination of ice cream since ice cream is particularly consumed by children of vulnerable age groups. Ice ...

The presence of microorganisms present in the indoor air coming from out air conditioners

To determine the presence of microorganisms present in the indoor air coming from out air conditioners.CHAPTER ONE1.0          INTRODUCTION1.1 STATEMENT OF PROBLEM1.2 SCOPE OF WORK1.3 JUSTIFICATION       1.4 AIM AND OBJECTIVECHAPTER TWO2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW      2.1 COMMON FUNGI ISOLATED FROM INDOOR AIR      2.1.1 ASPERGILLUS SPP2.1.2 CLADOSPORIUM SPP2.1.3 PENICILLIUM SPP     2.2 COMMON BACTERIA ISOLATE...

Antimicrobial screening , nutrients profile and Pyhtochemical analysis of the leaf extracts of Tetrapluera tetraptera

ABSTRACTPhytochemical and Antimicrobial activity of the leaves of Tetrapluera tetraptera using aqueous and ethanolic extract was studied. The leave was observed to be highly rich in polyphenols, flavonoid, reducing compounds and alkaloids. Glycosides, saponins and tanins were present in small amount, there was absence of Phlobotanins, anthraquinones and hydroxyl methyl anthraquinones. In order to confirm the exact concentration of the Phytochemicals present in the leave of T. tetraptera, a GC...

Phytochemical and Antimicrobial activity of the leaves of Tetrapluera tetraptera using aqueous and ethanolic extract

ABSTRACTPhytochemical and Antimicrobial activity of the leaves of Tetrapluera tetraptera using aqueous and ethanolic extract was studied. The leave was observed to be highly rich in polyphenols, flavonoid, reducing compounds and alkaloids. Glycosides, saponins and tanins were present in small amount, there was absence of Phlobotanins, anthraquinones and hydroxyl methyl anthraquinones. In order to confirm the exact concentration of the Phytochemicals present in the leave of T. tetraptera, a GC...

BEATRICE CHEPCHUMBA V2

Screening of microorganisms in soil

Antibacterial activity of leaf extract of phyllantgus amarus agaice salmonella species coursitive agent of typhoid fever

ABSTRACTThe study was conducted to assess the antibacterial activity of Phyllanthus amarus(Schum and Thonn) extract against Salmonella typhi causative agent of typhoid feverat the laboratories of the Departments of Chemistry and Theoretical and AppliedBiology of the College of Science, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science andTechnology, Kumasi. The objectives were to determine the highest yield of crudeextract of P. amarus using different proportions of water to ethanol and to determinethe sen...

Microbiological Evaluation of Bacteria Species Isolated from Zobo and Kunnu Sold in Olabisi Onabanjo University

ABSTRACTZobo and Kunu drinks are non-alcoholic beverage that is widely produced and consumed in Nigeria.The beverage may possess health risk when contaminated due to method of preparation. Zobo and Kunu drinks were purchased from different sellers in Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye Ogun State. Physical and chemical analysis of the drinks were carried out, involving pour plate were also employed to isolate bacteria from these drinks. The microbial qualities were determined using pour pl...

Effects of Palm Oil Processing Waste on Soil

ABSTRACTThe microbiological and physicochemical characteristics of soil receiving palm oil processing waste (POPW) in Abraka were investigated. The effect of palm oil processing waste was tested on loamy, sandy and clay soils. The pour plate technique was used for the isolation of the organisms. The total mean bacterial count ranged from 0.91±0.03log10CFU/g to 6.13±0.06log10CFU/g for loamy soil, 0.90±0.02log10CFU/g to 6.09±0.02log10CFU/g for sandy and 0.72±0.04 to 6.0±0.02log10CFU/g for...

Carriage of β-Lactamase and Antibiotics Resistance Plasmids by Strains of Staphylococcus Aureus Isolated from Hospital Patients in Ekpoma

ABSTRACTA total of 100 subjects were screened for  S. aureus strains, thirty (30) S. aureus isolates were obatained. The carriage of β-lactamase among the 30 isolates was determined by using starch iodine agar plate method. It was found that 19(63.3%) of the S. aureus strains were β-lactamase producing. Plasmid curing of the β-lactamase producing isolates was done using acredine orange supplimented nutrient agar to determine if their β-lactamase producing capability was plasmid mediated ...

STUDIES ON THE ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF CASTOR OIL SEED ON SOME SELECTED BACTERIA

ABSTRACT The castor plant is a robust perennial shrub of Euphorbiacaea family.  The seeds are documented to have an antibacterial profile against some bacterial organisms  such as  Escherichia  coli,  Staphylococcus  aureus,  Pseudomonas aeruginosa,    Klebsiella  pneumoniae,  Proteus  vulgaris,  and  Streptococcus pyogenes.  This  study  was  carried  out  to  ascertain  antimic...


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