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^: Sakdapetsiri C.; Fukuta Y.; Aramsirirujiwet Y.; Shirasaka N.; Tokuyama S.; Kitpreechavanich V.
^: Solid state fermentation, storage and viability of Streptomyces similanensis 9X166 using agro-industrial substrates against Phytophthora palmivora-induced black rot disease in orchids [ Streptomyces similanensis 9X166, Phytophthora palmivora, , . (. )]
^: Biocontrol Science & Technology, 2019; Vol.29,N 3. - P. 276-292
^: 2019
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^: Streptomyces similanensis 9X166 is known to be an antagonist of the black rot pathogen of orchids, Phytophthora palmivora. In this study, we investigated the production of highly viable S. similanensis 9X166 cells by solid state fermentation using agro-industrial substrates, and the shelf life of a S. similanensis 9X166 dried solid. Rice bran was found to be the most appropriate raw material for production of both viable cells and β-1,3-glucanase. A medium containing 12 g of rice bran and coconut husks at a ratio of 10:2, supplemented with 10 mL of mineral salts produced the highest number of viable cells and greatest level of β-1,3-glucanase. Ammonium sulfate was the most suitable nitrogen source, and an initial moisture content of 65% and a temperature of 30C were found to be optimal conditions for the production of viable cells and β-1,3-glucanase. Storing the dried fermented solid under non-vacuum conditions resulted in the highest cell viability. The specific rate of degradation on viability increased as the temperature increased to 37C, according to the Arrhenius equation. There was no difference between the storage time estimated by the Arrhenius equation from the specific rate of degradation compared to the validated storage time of S. similanensis 9X166 dried solids when maintained at the ambient temperature in Thailand. At 60 days, the product retained 106 CFU/g of S. similanensis 9X166 in dried solid, which was the minimal effective amount for 100% inhibition of P. palmivora in living orchids. aref1

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