Journal: Journal of Pharmacy Research

Article Id: JPRS-PB-00001359
Title: A Review: Bacterial Endophytes and their Bioprospecting
Category: Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Section: Review Article
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    Endophytic bacteria have been found in almost every plant studied practically. They inhabit the internal tissues host plants. Endophytes can also be beneficial to their host plant by producing a range of natural products that could be use in medicine, agriculture and industry. This review describes information on the role of endophytic bacteria and some of naturally occurring bioactive compounds obtained from endophytes isolated from a variety of host plants. A great deal of information on the role of these microbes in nature has been collected up to date. The main topics addressed are bacterial endophyte, host endophyte relationship, their diversity, role of endophyte in environment, phytoremediation, biological activities, genomics, and natural products derived from endophytic bacteria.

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    Jalgaonwala Ruby E* and Mahajan Raghunath T

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    * Department of Biotechnology, M J College, Jalgaon, M S, India.

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    Jalgaonwala Ruby E
    Department of Biotechnology
    M .J. College Jalgaon M S India .

    Received on: 05-10-2010; Revised on: 14-12-2010; Accepted on:09-02-2011

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    Jalgaonwala Ruby E* and Mahajan Raghunath T

    Title:A Review: Bacterial Endophytes and their Bioprospecting
    Journal:Journal of Pharmacy Research
    Vol(issue):4 (March)
    Page No: (795-799)
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    Methodology:biological activities, genomics, phytoremediation
    Research Materials:Endophytic bacteria


Endophytic bacteria biological activities genomics phytoremediation

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