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The aim of this study is to give insight about the effect of long marine stress starvation conditions in the physiological responses of three potential halophilic probiotic Bacillus isolates isolated from Artemia culture. Bacteria were cultured in sterilized seawater and incubated at ambient temperature for one year. The obtained results showed that the isolates viability was maintained during the studied period. Compared to normal cells, starved cells increased their adhesive ability and celldoi:10.5897/ajmr12.1139 fatcat:hqrxpcx7bncypixgmredivxhhi