Soil Microbiology Laboratory

Isolation, identification and transformation of soil microorganisms to applicable forms to the soil in very different quality and quantity that are not pathogenic but contribute to soil fertility are realized in this laboratory. 

In the laboratory, Rhizobium Bacteria cultures are produced and served to the clients as a protective microbial fertilizer which protects soils from pollution that could be created by chemical fertilizers and provides savings from nitrous fertilizers with meeting nitrous fertilizer requirement working as a factory fixing free nitrogen from the atmosphere by forming nodosities in roots of leguminous plants.

Also quality controls, reproductions, rejuvenating and isolations are carried out for the preservation of bacteria gene sources which are used in the preparation of these bacteria cultures.

Tissue Culture Unit:

Tissue culture is a process that produce new tissue, plant or vegetal products from parts of plants such as a whole plant, tissue (explant) cell (callus, meristematic cells, suspension) or an organ in aseptic conditions and in artificial nutrition environment.​

Tissue culture unit in our institute consists of laboratory and plant growth chamber. Tissue culture unit was established as part of the project named "Reproducing Micorisa Sports in Pure Form Which are Grown in the Roots of Plants in Suitable Nutrient Environment" with the aim of carrying out of in-vitro studies.