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  • Asadatun Abdullah
Keywords: symbiotic microoganisms, identification, axinella sp., marine sponge


Sponges are host organisms for various symbiotic microorganisms.  Various symbiotic microorganisms have been found in Sponges such as archaea, heterotrophic bacteria, cyanobacteria, green algae, red algae, cryptophytes, dinoflagellates, and diatoms. The objectives of the research were to isolate and identify teh Axinella sp. Sponge-symbiotic microoganisms such asbacteria, micro fungi, and yeast. Sponge-symbiotic microoganisms that have been isolated cosisted of 7 bacteria isolates, 3 micro fungi, and 2 yeast isolates. Result from this research showed that the genus of bacteria was Alteromonas, Bacillus, and 2 yeast isolates have not been to identified.


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Asadatun Abdullah
Departemen Teknologi Hasil Perikanan, Fakultas Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan, Institut Pertanian Bogor


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How to Cite
Abdullah, A. (1). ISOLASI DAN IDENTIFIKASI MIKROBA SIMBION SPONGE Axinella sp. Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia, 11(3), 1-5. Retrieved from http://journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/JIPI/article/view/13904

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