Rural microbiology is a branch of microbiology that deals with plant-related microorganisms as well as infections in plants and animals. The most common form of microorganism in the soil accounts for one-third of the microbial biomass. For every gram of soil, there are 100,000 to a few hundred million people - Autochthnous - Zymogenous gatherings. Heterotrophs make up the majority of the population. Actinomycetes - bacteria and species that congregate in a moderate way. Streptomyces makes up 70% of soil actinomycetes. Anti-toxins are produced by a large number of them. Parasites include: Surface layers of highly circulated air through and formed soils—predominant in corrosive soils—are more diverse. Lashes, amoebae, and ciliates make up the majority of the dirt structures. Assume that they are well-fed.


  • Track 1-1 Bacterial Genetics
  • Track 2-2 Plant Pathology
  • Track 3-3 Soil Microbiology
  • Track 4-4 Antagonism

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