ABATIMIENTO DE Salmonella sp. EN TEJIDOS INTERNOS DE PLANTA DE PAPA (Solanum tuberosum L.) MEDIANTE LA INOCULACIÓN DE Bacillus sp
BIOL. LIMAS MARTINEZ, ELVIA GUADALUPE
Epidemic outbreaks of intestinal infection caused by Salmonella spp, are one of the problems of health more common anywhere in the world and especially in underdeveloped countries. Being the vegetables that are consumed in crude, potential vehicles for these pathogenic microorganisms transmit the man. The procedures of disinfection commonly used, can be inefficient to eliminate Salmonella spp, as much in the roots, as in the leaves or the fruits, which suggests these microorganisms are located in protected microhabitats or in the surface or inner weaves. In addition, one has demonstrated that enteropatógenos like enteric Salmonella and Escherichia coli, can contaminate and survive in diverse weaves of the plant. By previous, the objective of this work it was to evaluate if the introduction of bacteria of the Bacillus sort isolated of the interior of Lycopersicon esculentum= Solanum lycopersicum var. Cerasiforme ―Tinguraque‖ could inhibit the establishment of Salmonella spp. within weaves of the worked potato test-tube. For it bacteria of the indicated sort were used that they showed antagonism enteropatógenos of the man. Initially it was verified that as much the isolated bacteria of the ―Tinguaraque‖ like Salmonella spp. they could be associated to the roots and weaves of propagated potato test-tube, finally, it was verified that in the plants inoculated with the species of isolated Bacillus, the establishment of Salmonella in internal weaves of the potato when inoculated in aseptic conditions to concentrations of 1x107 UFC/cm3 to the agar has supported of root of the vegetable, to the being compared with different treatments stayed out highly significantly (P<0.01).