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Partially Hydrolyzed Polyacrylamide (HPAM) in act with water after polymer flooding in oil filed reasons in environmental troubles, such as enhancement in the oil-water detachment trouble, natural degradation to make toxic acrylamide and jeopardize local ecosystem. Bio-degradation of HPAM may be a cost-efficient mode for solving these problems. The biodegradability of the products in an aerobic situation was studied. Two HPAM-debasing bacterial deformations, titled PM-2 and PM-3, were separated from the made water of polymer flooding. They were eventually known as Bacillus cereus and Bacillus sp., subsequently. The usage of HPAM by the two deformations was examined. The amide grouping of HPAM could function as a nitrogen origin for the two microbes, the carbon keystone of these polymers could be partially used by microorganisms. The HPAM illustrations before and after bacterial bio-degradation were examined by the infrared range, advanced execution liquid chromatography and studying electronic microscope. The outcomes pointed that the amide grouping of HPAM in the bio-degradation products had been changed to a carboxyl group, and no acrylamide compound was formed. The HPAM carbon support was metabolized by the bacterium during the course of its development. Further more, the theory about the bio degradation of HPAM in an aerobic bacterial culture is projected.