A SHORT PERIOD STUDY ON VELLORE ENRICHED SOILS – A SOURCE FOR POTENTIAL MICROBIAL ENZYMES WHICH DEGRADES THE WASTE GENERATED FROM VARIOUS INDUSTRIES AND BYPRODUCTS CAN BE USED IN PHARMACEUTICALSAbstract
Waste is anything, which is not used by any owner, producer and processor, even though it has always been a part of the earth’s ecosystem. Enriched Soil is a good source for the isolation of power full and potential microorganisms which produces specific enzymes which target the waste and in turn produces pharmacologically viable products; Microbes hold this prominent position because of their diversity and proven ability to produce new enzymes which is capable of degrading the waste from various industries. In this study we have concentrated on Fruit, coconut, leather, poultry, and paper industrial waste. Vellore is a Industrial developing medium city surrounded by three states Andhrapradesh ,Tamilnadu and Karnataka and the soils are highly enriched with industrial waste the studies in this direction is rudimentary and hence this study proves the pivotal role on enriched soils in screening of potential microbial enzymes which are used in various pharmacy applications.
Suneetha Vuppu*, Bishwambhar Mishra and Ching Lee
School of Biosciences and Technology, VIT University, Vellore-632014, Tamil Nadu, India
05 July, 2012
03 October, 2012
28 October, 2012