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IJERPH, Vol. 15, Pages 1330: Effect of Phosphate-Solubilizing Bacteria on the Mobility of Insoluble Cadmium and Metabolic Analysis

IJERPH, Vol. 15, Pages 1330: Effect of Phosphate-Solubilizing Bacteria on the Mobility of Insoluble Cadmium and Metabolic Analysis

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health doi: 10.3390/ijerph15071330

Authors: Ping Yang Xue-Fang Zhou Li-Li Wang Qu-Sheng Li Ting Zhou Yu-Kun Chen Zi-Yi Zhao Bao-Yan He

Phosphate-solubilizing bacteria (PSB) can promote plant growth by dissolving insoluble phosphate. Therefore, PSB may have the potential to improve the mobility of heavy metals in soils and enhance phytoextraction. This study isolated a few PSB strains that could dissolve CdCO3 and solid Cd in soil. Two typical PSB, namely, high- and low-Cd-mobilizing PSB (Pseudomonas fluorescens gim-3 and Bacillus cereus qh-35, respectively), were selected to analyze the metabolic profiles, metabolic pathways, and mechanisms of mobilization of insoluble Cd. A total of 34 metabolites secreted by the two PSB strains were identified. Gluconic acid was the main contributor to Cd dissolution (42.4%) in high-Cd-mobilizing PSB. By contrast, gluconic acid was not secreted in low-Cd-mobilizing PSB. Metabolic pathway analysis showed that gluconic acid was produced by the peripheral direct oxidation pathway. Hence, PSB with peripheral direct oxidation pathway were likely to have high-Cd-mobilizing capacity.

Authors:   Yang, Ping ; Zhou, Xue-Fang ; Wang, Li-Li ; Li, Qu-Sheng ; Zhou, Ting ; Chen, Yu-Kun ; Zhao, Zi-Yi ; He, Bao-Yan
Journal:   International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Volume:   15
edition:   7
Year:   2018
Pages:   1330
DOI:   10.3390/ijerph15071330
Publication date:   25-Jun-2018
Facts, background information, dossiers
  • soils
  • Research
  • Pseudomonas fluorescens
  • pathway analysis
  • metabolites
  • heavy metals
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