Why Bio-Culture?

HIGH POTENCY AND ADAPTABILITY

The BioXGreen Bacteria has very high potency and good adaptability in consuming organic wastes. The versatility of microbes to degrade a vast array of pollutants makes bioremediation a technology that can be applied in different waste conditions, be it solid or liquid wastes. They use the free oxygen to degrade the pollutants in the Organic wastes or wastewater into energy which gets used for further growth and reproduction of the Microbial cells. The process typically involves the actions of many different microbes acting in parallel or sequence to complete the degradation process. Adaptability typically refers to the ability of microbes to overcome challenges of unfavorable environmental factors that depress their ability to function. The adaptation of microbes to such unfavourable environmental factor is a highly dynamic and complex process that involves the interaction of multiple evolutionary forces. These adaptations occur at a very micro level i.e. at the genetic level. Microbial communities from unfavourable and extreme environments evolve faster than those from normal habitats. Bacteria have been designed to be adaptable. Their surrounding layers and the genetic information for these and other structures associated with a bacterium are capable of alteration. Bacteria adapt to environmental conditions like changes in temperature, pH, concentrations of ions such as sodium, and the nature of the surrounding support. They can also adapt to presence of antibiotics thus developing antibiotic resistance. Bacteria react to a sudden change in their environment by expressing or repressing the expression of a whole lot of genes. This response changes the properties of both the interior of the organism and its surface chemistry. Bacteria are able to sense changing environmental parameters and adapt by protecting biological molecules and adjusting biochemical reactions in response to extreme conditions.

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