results, 27 strains, not including [Brevibacillus brevis] NCIMB and [ Brevibacillus brevis] among 29 strains that were supplied as Brevibacillus brevis. Background, Brevibacillus brevis NBRC , formerly known as Bacillus brevis 47, is a strictly aerobic, Gram-positive, spore-forming soil bacterium. It has a. The present investigation was undertaken to isolate, screen and evaluate a selected promising PGPR Brevibacillus brevis on cotton crop.
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A new, naturally occuring soil bacterium that offers control of a wide range of plant bervis pathogens. Appearance and life cycle: Property Product Manufacturer Example products None identified None identified Formulation and application details Substance still under development but will probably be supplied as an aqueous suspension of spores used as a spray.
Yes, known to cause a problem: No, known not to cause a problem: Possibly, status not identified -: Monday 28 May Contact: A new, naturally occuring soil bacterium that offers control of a wide range of plant fungal pathogens Example pests controlled: No data bfevis Handling issues: EU Candidate for substitution CfS. Listed in EU database. Minimum active substance purity. Produces the antifungal metabolite gramicidin S that distrupts the fungal cytoplasmic membrane and also a biosurfactant that helps brevibacillus spore germination.
A Gram-positive bacterium that was originally isolated from soil in Scotland, UK.
A wide range foliar, stem-base and soil-borne diseases. Vegetables, cereals, potatoes and others.
US EPA chemical code. Molecular mass g mol Relevant Environmental Water Quality Standards. Examples of recorded resistance.
Brevibacillus brevis – Biology-Online Dictionary | Biology-Online Dictionary
Formulation and application details. Substance still under development but will probably be supplied as an aqueous suspension of spores used as a spray.
Solubility – In water at 20 o C mg l Solubility – In organic solvents at 20 o C mg l Melting point o C. Boiling point o C. Degradation point o C.
Octanol-water partition coefficient at pH 7, 20 o C. Dissociation constant pKa at 25 o C. Vapour pressure at 20 o C mPa. Henry’s law constant at 25 o C Pa m 3 mol Maximum UV-vis absorption L mol -1 cm Surface tension mN m Soil degradation days aerobic.
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DT50 lab at 20 o C. DT90 lab at 20 o C. Dissipation rate RL50 on plant matrix.
Dissipation rate RL50 on and in plant matrix. Aqueous photolysis DT50 days at pH 7. Aqueous hydrolysis DT50 days at 20 o C and pH 7. Water phase only DT50 days.
BCF l kg Mammals – Acute oral LD 50 mg kg Birds – Acute LD 50 mg kg Q3 No adverse effects identified or expected. Fish – Acute 96 hour LC 50 mg l Aquatic invertebrates – Acute 48 hour EC 50 mg l Aquatic crustaceans – Acute 96 hour LC 50 mg l Sediment dwelling organisms – Acute 96 hour LC 50 mg l Aquatic plants – Acute 7 day EC 50biomass mg l Algae – Acute 72 hour EC 50growth mg l L3 No adverse effects identified or expected.
Earthworms – Acute 14 day LC 50 mg kg Other soil macro-organisms – e.
Threshold of Toxicological Concern Cramer Class. Mammals – Dermal LD50 mg kg -1 body weight. Mammals – Inhalation LC50 mg l Other Mammal toxicity endpoints. Negligible risk to bystanders and consumers. Negligible risk to farm workers. General human health issues. Considered to be non-toxic.