Microbial transformation of non steroids

       Soil algae are divided into four major classes, ., cyanophyta (blue-green algae) , chlorophyta (grass-green algae) , xanthophyta (Yellow-green algae) , and bacillariophyta (diatoms) . Out of these four classes, class cyanophyta (blue-green algae) and chlorophyta (grass-green algae) are more abundant in soil. Algae of the class chlorophyta and bacillariophyta are dominant in the soils of temperate region while blue-green algae are dominant in tropical soils. Chlorella , Chlamydomonas , Chlorococcum are some of the common genera of grass-green algae (chlorophyta) present in the soil whereas Navicula , Pinnularia are some of the genera of diatoms present in the soil.

Microbial transformation of non steroids

microbial transformation of non steroids

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