IJCRR - 7(1), January, 2015
EFFECT OF DIFFERENT PARAMETERS ON BIODECOLOURIZATION OF AZO REACTIVE RED RB DYE FROM TEXTILE EFFLUENT
Author: T. Madhuri, B. Lakshmi Kalyani, P. Suvarnalatha Devi
Category: General Sciences
The aim of the present study is to isolate textile dye effluent degrading organisms. The synthetic textile dye effluents released into the environment, pollute soil and water ecosystem. Many of these effluents are toxic, carcinogenic and mutagenic in nature which effect aquatic and soil flora and fauna. Thus there is a need of processing these effluents before releasing into the environment. The Bacteria was isolated from soil contaminated with textile dye effluent by serial dilution followed by pour plating technique on nutrient agar medium. The ability of degradation was assessed by decolourization assay. Four isolates (RR1, RR2, RR3 and RR4) had the ability to degrade the dye effluent at different concentrations. The effect of pH, temperature, carbon and nitrogen sources and time course of decolourization was observed. The isolated RR2 and RR3 showed significant decolourization of dye at 600ppm.The ideal temperature was 370C and pH 7 and 9. Both isolates RR2 and RR3 showed optimum growth in media supplemented with sucrose and glucose as carbon source and RR2 showed good growth in ammonium sulphate and RR3 in peptone as a nitrogen source. The result concludes that the RR2 and RR3 isolates showed marked decolourization for textile dye effluent.
Keywords: Azo dye, Decolourization, Bioremediation, Red RB
T. Madhuri, B. Lakshmi Kalyani, P. Suvarnalatha Devi. EFFECT OF DIFFERENT PARAMETERS ON BIODECOLOURIZATION OF AZO REACTIVE RED RB DYE FROM TEXTILE EFFLUENT International Journal of Current Research and Review. 7(1), January, 13-19
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