alexa Abstract | Impact of Carbon & Nitrogen Sources on the Trichoderma viride (Biofungicide) and Beauveria bassiana (entomopathogenic fungi)

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The in-vitro study of the mycelial growth and sporulation of T.viride and B.bassiana and the effect of different carbon and nitrogen sources on the Biofungicide and entomopathogenic fungi is done with the availability of Czepeck Dox Broth media. From this study, it was concluded that T.viride and B.bassiana showed higher growth potentials on almost all the nutrient sources studied, the nitrogen sources used in Czepeck Dox media are Sodium Nitrate, Potassium Nitrate and Ammonium Sulphate. In these nitrogen sources, T.viride showed the high biomass product in Ammonium Sulphate that is 25.68g where as B.bassiana showed high growth of biomass product in Potassium Nitrate which is 29.96g. In carbon sources like Fructose, Lactose and Dextrose, T.viride showed high growth of biomass product in Dextrose which is 25.15g where as B.bassiana showed high growth of biomass product in Fructose as 24.16g.

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Author(s): Jitendra Mehta Madhulika Jakhetia Sudha Choudhary Jishan Mirza Dilip Sharma Pawan Khatri Priyanka Gupta Meenu M Nair

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