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Table 1 Morphological, biochemical, and physiological characteristics of NMF6 strain

From: Isolation and characterization of marine sponge–associated Streptomyces sp. NMF6 strain producing secondary metabolite(s) possessing antimicrobial, antioxidant, anticancer, and antiviral activities

Characteristic Result
Morphological characteristics  
 Gram +
 Spore chain Spiral
 Spore surface Spiny
 Diffusible pigment +
Physiological and biochemical properties  
Production of  
 Cellulase +
 Amylase +
 Lipase +
 Gelatinase +
 Urease
 Catalase +
 Nitrate reduction
Utilization of carbon sources  
 Glucose +
 Fructose
 Maltose
 Lactose
 Arabinose
 Xylose
 Starch +
 Glycerol +
 Sucrose
 Mannitol
Resistance to  
 Amikacin 30 mcg
 Flucloxacillin 5 mcg +
 Clindamycin 2 mcg +
 Erythrocin 15 mcg
 Amoxicillin/clavulanic acid 20/10 mcg +
 Streptomycin 10 mcg
 Ciprofoxacillin 5 mcg +
 Tobramycin 10 mcg
 Trimethoprime/sulphamethoxazole 1.5/23.75 mcg
Growth at different pH  
 4-10 +
Growth at different NaCl (w/v, %)  
 0-4 +
Growth at different temperature  
 20-45 °C +
 50 °C