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In the last years the biosurfactants drawn considerable attention especially for their convenient properties. The main goal of the present study was to analyze Pseudomonas strains with high ability to produce biosurfactants during growth on n-hexadecane and Fluka-oil, and to evaluate the cell surface hydrophobicity. Biosurfactant production was screened by determining hemolysis on blood agar, blue halo on CTAB agar and emulsification activity. For tested Pseudomonas strains the emulsificationdoi:10.25083/rbl/24.4/692.696 fatcat:e2znqjxkj5d2dbyje3l2fgrl54