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Micro-organisms in TIS
Species of Micro-organisms We Use
These are independent and self-conservative micro-organisms. The rebuild useful substances by metabolising secretions of plant roots, organic matter and harmful gases, and use the sun and the heat of the earth as a source of energy. The substances that they produce contain amino acids, nucleic acids and biologically active substances. They synthesise glucose and effectively utilise the metabolite products of other microbes.
Bacteria in Lactic Acid
They produce lactic acid from sugar and carbohydrates that are metabolised by the bacteria of photosynthesis and yeasts. Lactic acid fosters the bioavailability of organic material.
They synthesise antimicrobial and useful substances of the amino acids and sugars isolated from photosynthetic bacteria. Yeasts produce hormones and enzymes that participate in cell division and their secretions form a substrate useful for active micro-organisms, such as lactic acids and actinobacteria.
They are micro-organisms of the soil that develop symbiotic associations between fungus and the plant. They colonise the roots and obtain carbohydrates from the plant itself. In return, the plant benefits from it since it has a greater ability to absorb water and nutrients, especially phosphorus.
They are autotrophic organisms usually present in the surface layers of the soil owing to the need to use light energy to satisfy their nutritional needs.