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THE STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT CARBON SOURCES ON PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA RESPIRATORY CHAIN

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 Start Page 680 | End Page 687

Abstract

 Pseudomonas is a gram negative bacterium which is able to biodegrade CRUDE OIL in contaminated soil and water. This bacterium can biodegrade the toxic organic materials to more simple and non-toxic materials. The respiratory chain of this bacterium contains different types of CYTOCHROMEs which uses oxygen as FINAL ELECTRON ACCEPTOR. The important CYTOCHROMEs are a, b, c and o. The goal of this investigation is to study the changes of the different component of the Pseudomonas respiratory chain in the presence of different carbon sources. The methods include isolation of PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA from the soil and allow the bacterium to grow in the presence of different carbon sources and investigate respiratory chain changes. Our results showed that the respiratory chain of PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA in media with different carbon sources express different properties. In different media, CYTOCHROME b and c synthesis increased more than other CYTOCHROMEs, this is an indicative of CYTOCHROME bo complex presence. Observing the bacterium spectrum in hexadecane and CRUDE OIL media showed that the bacterium also uses CYTOCHROME aa3 as the FINAL ELECTRON ACCEPTOR. These results suggest that the bacterium use oxygen as FINAL ELECTRON ACCEPTOR in presence of CRUDE OIL and its derivatives.

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