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on microbial ability in utilizing oil spill as carbon sources. Microbial consortia which was
isolated from Cepu oil spill sample was inoculated on the Bushnell-Haas (BH) media
containing 5% Cepu crude oil.
The experiment proved that microbes could be able utilizing oil as carbon source for
their cell multiplication, the more the turbidity concentration increase, the more the
microbial population rise. Concentration of oil dissolved trend and availability that was
measured show a microbial surfactant generation. Furthermore, microbial density that
was measured along experiment period indicate an increase in density.
The result indicate that remediation of oil spill study which is utilizing indigenous microbes
as in situ bioremediation technologies can be implemented.
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