International Journal of Microbiology / 2017 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Isolation and Characterization of Thermophilic Bacteria from Jordanian Hot Springs: Bacillus licheniformis and Thermomonas hydrothermalis Isolates as Potential Producers of Thermostable Enzymes

Table 5

Correlation between protease, cellulose, lecithinase, and amylase activity produced by T. hydrothermalis and B. licheniformis strains and some biochemical tests.

SubstrateProtease
PC ( value)
Cellulase
PC ( value)
Lecithinase
PC ( value)
Amylase
PC ( value)

L-Arabinose−0.667 (0.035)
Ribose−0.667 (0.035)
L-Xylose0.667 (0.035)
L-Sorbose0.667 (0.035)−0.667 (0.035)
Mannitole0.667 (0.035)−0.667 (0.035)
L-Methyl-D-mannoside0.667 (0.035)−0.667 (0.035)
D-Methyl-D-glucoside−0.802 (0.005)
Starch0.667 (0.035)−0.667 (0.035)
Glycogen0.667 (0.035)−0.667 (0.035)
D-Fucose0.667 (0.035)−0.667 (0.035)

PC: Pearson’s correlation.

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