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Premium member Presentation Transcript Silver Nanoparticles: Bacterial synthesis and their environmental applications: Silver Nanoparticles : Bacterial synthesis and their environmental applications Manju.Phadke , Jewal Patel Department of Microbiology, SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Sion [W], Mumbai-22, IndiaNanoparticle: NanoparticleWhy Silver Nanoparticles??: Why Silver Nanoparticles ??Methods of Synthesis: Methods of SynthesisMaterials and Methods: Materials and MethodsProduction of AgNP’S: Production of AgNP’SOptimisation Parameters: Optimisation Parameters Characterization of AgNPs : Characterization of AgNPs UV-Visible spectroscopy and Diffraction Light Scattering (DLS)Environmental Applications of AgNP’S: Environmental Applications of AgNP’SResults: ResultsProduction of silver nanoparticles : Production of silver nanoparticles During the production period of 4 days, the colour change from pale yellow to brown indicates reduction of metallic silver.PowerPoint Presentation: Optimum concentration: 2mM and 5mM AgNO 3 Optimum time : 24 hours Effect of Concentration and TimePowerPoint Presentation: : Effect of TemperatureComparative study of Biologically synthesised and chemically synthesised AgNP’s: Comparative study of Biologically synthesised and chemically synthesised AgNP’s AgNP’s E.coli Pseudomonas MDR MRSA Biologically Synthesised 17mm 20.5mm 17mm 16.5mm Chemically Synthesised No zone No zone No zone No zoneAntibacterial activity: Antibacterial activityPowerPoint Presentation: Test organisms AgNP solution prepared using 2 mM AgNO3 AgNP solution prepared using 5 mM AgNO3 Escherichia coli 12.7 mm 17mm Klebsiella pneumoniae 12mm 16mm Corynebacterium diphtheriae 15mm 19.7mm Salmonella typhi 11mm 20mm Pseudomonas aeruginosa 14.7mm 18.4mm Staphylococcus aureus 21mm 23.7mmPowerPoint Presentation: iii) Antimycotic activity: Test organism AgNP solution prepared using 2 mM AgNO3 AgNP solution prepared using 5 mM AgNO3 Aspergillus niger 6.5mm 12.7mm 5 mM 2 mM control Test organism AgNP solution prepared using 2 mM AgNO3 AgNP solution prepared using 5 mM AgNO3 Candida albicans 7mm 15mmPowerPoint Presentation: Key : ̶ : no growth, + : growth, ++ : moderate growth, +++ : luxuriant growth Test Days Control Medium + 5 ml of AgNPS prepared using 2 mM AgNo 3 Medium + 10 ml of AgNPS prepared using 2 mM AgNo 3 Medium + 5ml of AgNPS prepared using 5 mM AgNo 3 Medium + 10 ml of AgNPS prepared using 5 mM AgNo 3 2 ̶ ̶ ̶ ̶ ̶ 4 + ̶ ̶ ̶ ̶ 6 + ̶ ̶ ̶ ̶ 8 ++ ̶ ̶ ̶ ̶ 10 ++ + ̶ ̶ ̶ 12 +++ + ̶ ̶ ̶ 15 +++ ++ ̶ ̶̶ ̶ Control- 0 day Control-15 th day Test - 0 day Test- 15 th dayCoating of membrane filters with AgNP’S: Coating of membrane filters with AgNP’SPowerPoint Presentation: Fabrics treated with AgNPs solution prepared using AgNO3 of: zone of inhibiton (mm) S. aureus P.aeruginosa 2 mM 10 mins 31mm 32mm 20 mins 33mm 33mm 40 mins 35mm 35mm 5 mM 10 mins 32mm 33mm 20 mins 35mm 36mm 40 mins 37mm 39mm Uncoated cotton fabrics ̶ ̶Conclusion: ConclusionPowerPoint Presentation: Authors are grateful to : Dr. Rajedeep Bandopadhyay (IIT Powai ) Ms. Poonam Londhe Mr. Shabbir Bohra ( Sies College, Mumbai)REFERENCES:: REFERENCES: Duran N, Marcato PD, Alves OL, Souza G, Elisa Esposito E. 2005. 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