Presence survival spores of Bacillus thuringiensis varieties in grain warehouse

Sánchez-Yáñez Juan Manuel

Abstract


Genus Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) synthesized spores and crystals toxic to pest-insects in agriculture. Bt is comospolitan
then possible to isolate some subspecies or varieties from warehouse. The aims of study were: i) to isolate Bt varieties
from grain at werehouse ii) to evaluate Bt toxicity on Spodoptera frugiperda and Shitophilus zeamaisese iii) to analyze
Bt spores persistence in Zea mays grains at werehouse compared to same Bt on grains exposed to sun radiation. Results
showed that at werehouse were recovered more than one variety of Bt spores. According to each isolate Bt1 o Bt2 were
toxic to S. frugiperda or S. zeamaisese. One those Bt belong to var morrisoni. At werehouse these spores on Z. mays
grains surviving more time, while the same spores exposed to boicide sun radiation they died.

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