doi: 10.3923/pjbs.2003.686.687. The authors declare no competing interests. 0000005741 00000 n Basic methods include dew retting and water retting. Retting time must be carefully judged; under-retting makes separation difficult, and over-retting weakens the fibre. Djemiel C, Goulas E, Badalato N, Chabbert B, Hawkins S, Grec S. Front Genet. To check the synergistic and antagonistic effect 10 selected isolates were tested in 167 different combinations. 0000002470 00000 n 0000068718 00000 n Impact of conventional retting of jute (Corchorus spp.) Basic methods include dew retting and water retting. Introduction. 154 0 obj <> endobj <<603741E513CD7A43A3C047EABF18AC1C>]/Prev 610941>> Complete removal of pectin and polysaccharide gummy materials are necessary to obtain good quality fibre keeping the natural strength of cellulose. Would you like email updates of new search results? Haque MS, Zakaria A, Adhir KB, Firoza A. Jute—an important cash crop of eastern India is traditionally grown for extraction of fibre by a natural microbial process known as retting. Retting of jute is done by Clostridium butyricum. Recently a breakthrough in jute retting has been achieved by scientists of ICAR – CRIJAF who have decoded the genome sequences of jute retting microbes by high throughput genome sequencing. 0000002368 00000 n Relative distribution of 14 species found in the 16S rRNA gene sequences analysis…, Comparison of mean pectinase, xylanase and cellulose activities of 10 representative individual isolates…, NLM 0000008804 00000 n Retting process is used for obtaining fibres from stems of flax, hemp, jute etc. Comparison of mean pectinase, xylanase and cellulose activities of 10 representative individual isolates with 3 selected bacterial consortia. 0000012276 00000 n Retting of jute is done by Clostridium butyricum. FAO Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy, pp 1–5 (1985). Dew See this image and copyright information in PMC. USA.gov. To investigate the presence of microorganisms during the process of jute retting, full-cycle rRNA approach was followed, and two 16S rRNA gene libraries, from jute-retting locations of Krishnanagar and Barrackpore, were constructed. on the environmental quality of water: a case study.  |  eCollection 2020. The ‘Jute ICARE’ interventions have resulted in enhancing the quality and productivity of raw jute and increasing income of jute farmers by Rs 10,000 per hectare, it added. polymyxa, five strains ofB. Here we report optimized microbial retting protocol that can lower retting period and produce high fibre quality. 2020 Oct 27;11:581664. doi: 10.3389/fgene.2020.581664. 0000004250 00000 n S ummary: A total of 1,438 colonies of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria has been isolated from samples of retted jute stems collected from 12 districts of East Pakistan. Quality of jute fibre is found to be better than normal retting ii. Bacterial retting was done in troughs at a temperature of 30 ± 2°C. Epub 2012 Nov 22. Retting operation was carried out for varying time period namely 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 days respectively. 0000008279 00000 n Di Candilo M, Bonatti PM, Guidetti C, Focher B, Grippo C, Tamburini E, Mastromei G. J Appl Microbiol. This article focusses on the microbial retting of jute bast fibres under aerobic condition using sequencing batch reactor. 0000074343 00000 n 2019 Jun 15;191(7):440. doi: 10.1007/s10661-019-7589-7. 0000078054 00000 n The optimum retti ISRN Biotechnol. 0000069052 00000 n NIH Munshi TK, Chattoo BB. The pectins are divided into three groups: (a) protopectins, (b) pectins, and(c)pectic acids. Abstract. HHS Here we report optimized microbial retting protocol that can lower retting period and produce high fibre quality. Averyimportanitstep in the jute industry is retting. Retting, process employing the action of bacteria and moisture on plants to dissolve or rot away much of the cellular tissues and gummy substances surrounding bast-fibre bundles, thus facilitating separation of the fibre from the stem. Heat map of liquid culture extra cellular pectinase, xylanase and cellulase activity of 144 isolates. 0000076285 00000 n 0000003807 00000 n 2008;56:270–282. Helicobactor pylori is a gram-negative bacteria that produces acetate. 0000003171 00000 n However, bacterial communities associated with the retting of jute are not well characterized. 2012 Dec 30;2013:186534. doi: 10.5402/2013/186534. trailer Jute fibre is the second most important fibre next to cotton. It is one of the largest sources of lignocellulosic bast fiber which is extracted from plants by a natural microbial process known as retting. %%EOF It is obtained from the bark of plant through microbial retting process. COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. Retting is the process of extracting fibre from a plant's stem and one way of doing so is the use of micro-organisms and moisture. For this purpose, stems of fibre yielding plants are immersed in water for long period where decomposition sets in.  |  Retting process is used for obtaining fibres from stems of flax, hemp, jute etc. 0000087915 00000 n Front Nutr. Of these, 169 isolates have been purified and characterized. 0000082352 00000 n Abstract BBS.2008. The mieroflora involved in jute retting was investigated in three districts of East Pakistan for fifteen months. %PDF-1.5 %���� iii. This article focusses on the microbial retting of jute bast fibres under aerobic condition using sequencing batch reactor. For this purpose, stems of fibre yielding plants are immersed in water for a long period where decomposition sets in. Methophilic bacteria found in cold methane seeps forms a symbiotic relationship with deep-sea invertebrates. Usually mature stems of harvested jute plants are allowed to ret in pond or ditch water. This improved retting technology can be adopted in industrial scale for the production of quality jute fibre in a controlled condition in reduced water quantity without polluting the environment. eCollection 2013. Mechanical Extraction of Fibre As the conventional whole plant retting does not suit the farmers in the water crisis situation, mechano-microbial retting technology has been developed which needs some more studies for commercialization. 0000066529 00000 n 0000006821 00000 n Research Journal of Microbiology. A total of 451 bacterial colonies have been isolated from five jute retting water samples in Bangladesh. 0000009059 00000 n Microb. Aerobic Bacteria Involved in the Retting of Jute MOHAMMAD MYSER ALIL Departmtlent of Botany, University ofDacca, Dacca, East Pakistan Received for publication Juine 15, 1957 Jute, Corchorus capsularis, is the most important cash crop of Pakistan. Jarman, C. G. The retting of Jute. It’s easily and widely popularized due to property that it … Ecol. luteus were isolated and their action on jute stems studied. Ali MH, Samad MA, Sarker NN. Yellow to red color indicates lowest to highest enzyme activity. Usually mature stems of harvested jute plants are allowed to ret in pond or ditch water. 1. Out of these, 168 isolates have been screened by both semi-quantitative and quantitative pectinase, xylanase and cellulase enzyme assay. It is used in the production of fibre from plant materials such as flax and hemp stalks and coir from coconut husks. A total of 451 bacterial colonies have been isolate … doi: 10.3923/jm.2012.50.58. 0000000016 00000 n Breakthrough in Jute Retting by ICAR – CRIJAF through Genome Sequencing of Microbes of Microbial Retting Consortium India is the largest producer of raw jute and jute goods in the world, contributing about 60% of the global production and providing livelihood support to about 5 million people in farming, trade and industry. 0000001096 00000 n 0000005166 00000 n Mechano-microbial retting of jute involves two distinct operations viz. 0000006412 00000 n Majumder A, Bairagya MD, Basu B, Gupta PC, Sarkar S. Sci Total Environ. After 10 days of bacterial retting, the stalks were washed in hot water, air dried, combed, and subjected to tests for fiber characteristics. Heat map of liquid culture extra cellular pectinase, xylanase and cellulase activity of…, Neighbor-joining phylogenetic tree construction using…. 0000007413 00000 n startxref Linen most useful: perspectives on structure, chemistry, and enzymes for retting flax. 0000074606 00000 n They are possibly the world's largest source of lignocellulosic bast fibre which is extracted from plants by a natural microbial process known as retting. Targeted Metagenomics of Retting in Flax: The Beginning of the Quest to Harness the Secret Powers of the Microbiota. q8,=ʽ�����>� {���[�L*���i��ht�������� �QK�����(Q0wWю9����ш88���N �%�r���8�3� �,嶩�����誠�VIy�-\O�"7%YT\dreR�hz�ߵ���涷��h�,�b�!�ؽd�����z}|�~���� �>��}e/O$. However, under the mechano-microbial method, green bark containing the fiber bundles is extracted from jute stems by a mechanical device. This article focusses on the microbial retting of jute bast fibres under aerobic condition using sequencing batch reactor. Identification of Micrococcus sp. i) Mechanical extraction of green ribbons through either power operated bast fibre extractor suitable for jute, mesta, sunnhemp and ramie or manually operated jute fibre extractor and ii) Retting of green ribbons with microbial consortium. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. Decorticated kenaf stalks were retted by bacterial and chemical processes. Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Retting operation was carried out for varying time period namely 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 days respectively. Jute fibre is the second most important fibre next to cotton. Keywords: Jute retting, fibre, accelerated retting, quality fibre, microbial retting Jute, also known as Golden fiber, is an internationally traded major commodity originating primarily from two developing countries-Bangladesh and India. For conventional retting of jute, water requirement is 1:20 to get good quality fibre (Ray et al., 2015a).  |  The optimum retti Yield per hectare raises from 23/24 quintals per hectare to 29/30 quintal per hectare due to uses of certified jute seeds, line sowing and retting by CRIJAF SONA. Of these, 169 isolates have been purified and characterized. Jute—an important cash crop of eastern India is traditionally grown for extraction of fibre by a natural microbial process known as retting. Retting operation was carried out for varying time period namely 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 days respectively. cereus, one strain ofB. Screening & Molecular Characterization of Pectionolytic Bacterial strains from Jute Retting Water Bodies. The repeated retting of jute and mesta in the stagnant water of same natural retting tank lead to the production of inferior quality fibre unless the tank is recharged with fresh water after each retting. Responsible for the Accelaration of Jute Retting. -. 0000003656 00000 n 0000003919 00000 n Anaerobic bacteria and aerobic microorganisms mostly mediate conventional retting of jute. 0000044810 00000 n The in-depth genomic analysis significantly revealed three different species of Bacillus constitute the consortium strains. 0 During this process, some microorganisms decompose pectins of jute barkandthe intervening tissues disinte- grate. It is a gram-positive butyric acid producing bacteria. For example, the genes for degrading pectin, hemicellulose and other non-cellulosic materials can be altered for enhanced retting efficiency and … megatherium, one strain ofMicrococcus caseolyticus and one strain ofM. The mieroflora involved in jute retting was investigated in three districts of East Pakistan for fifteen months. 2012;7:50–58. S ummary: A total of 1,438 colonies of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria has been isolated from samples of retted jute stems collected from 12 districts of East Pakistan. Retting of jute grown in arsenic contaminated area and consequent arsenic pollution in surface water bodies. Methophilic bacteria found in cold methane seeps forms a symbiotic relationship with deep-sea invertebrates. During the storage of fish, dynamic primary changes are taking place in numerous parts of the fish, including the eyes, skin, gills and muscle characteristics of the fish. An in situ microbial retting process with direct involvement of the bacterium on the ramie fibre as a carbon source, rather than treating fibre bundles with enzymes secreted by bacteria, was highlighted. Three best combinations were identified that lowered retting period from 18-21 days to 10 days producing high quality fibre in both laboratory and field trial. Higher pectinolytic bacterial isolates were predominant in the later stage of jute retting. 0000009626 00000 n The genome sizes of these strains are ~3.8 Mb with 3729 to 4002 protein-coding … 2010 Jan;108(1):194-203. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2672.2009.04409.x. -, Das B, et al. Retting is facilitated by anaerobic butyric acid bacteria such as Clostridium botulinum, Clostridium tetani and Clostridium perfringens. The water, penetrating to the central stalk portion, swells the inner cells, bursting the outermost layer, thus increasing absorption of both moisture and decay-producing bacteria. 0000004681 00000 n 0000017900 00000 n It is obtained from the bark of plant through microbial retting process. Among them, 144 isolates have been selected on the basis of extra cellular enzyme activity of these three enzymes. 0000075029 00000 n 2013 Jan 1;442:247-54. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.09.071. -. 2020 Aug 6;7:117. doi: 10.3389/fnut.2020.00117. Satapathy S, Rout JR, Kerry RG, Thatoi H, Sahoo SL. Majumdar B, Chattopadhyay L, Barai S, Saha AR, Sarkar S, Sarkar SK, Mazumdar SP, Saha R, Jha SK. Biochemical Prospects of Various Microbial Pectinase and Pectin: An Approachable Concept in Pharmaceutical Bioprocessing. cereus, one strain ofB. For this purpose, stems of fibre yielding plants are immersed in water for long period where decomposition sets in. Three strains ofBacillus macerans, four strains ofB. The available retting processes are: mechanical retting (hammering), chemical retting (boiling & applying chemicals), steam/vapor/dew retting, and water or microbial retting. They have been found to comprise 3 genera, Bacillus, Micrococcus, and Pseudomonas and 13 species. polymyxa, five strains ofB. Quality Jute Fibre after microbial consortium retting More than 90% of jute growers ret the jute and mesta plants in stagnant water following conventional method of retting. Helicobactor pylori is a gram-negative bacteria that produces acetate. eCollection 2020. Jute and kenaf are among the annually renewable fibre crops mainly grown over tropical and subtropical Asian countries. 0000004597 00000 n Jute fiber is being dehydrated in sunlight after natural or microbial retting Retting is the process of extracting fibers from the long lasting life stem or bast of the bast fiber plants. h�b```b``Y��d�32 � P��������q`2ad`蔁�o��p�������C\��Ɯ)���,�y0�&�qK�h5�t���U�� �å�j�t�1�a��� �7�+�:^�4yk��Tݶ+&�Se��BV�&�����_jcF�R��Z�ʔ�SW-�0�c�Ѹ��)�f9�Q�iu�ĦWM3Rf8$67z�,����c#ᰚ���M��uaBB�Z� ��v�߷�@Uɣ��CH��� � 193 0 obj <>stream 0000075853 00000 n subtilis, three strains ofB. doi: 10.1007/s00248-007-9345-8. It is obtained from the bark of plant through microbial retting process. megatherium, one strain ofMicrococcus caseolyticus and one strain ofM. Detailed retting schematic for in situ microbial retting process is shown in Figure 14. Environ Monit Assess. Breakthrough in Jute Retting by ICAR – CRIJAF through Genome Sequencing of Microbes of Microbial Retting Consortium India is the largest producer of raw jute and jute goods in the world, contributing about 60% of the global production and providing livelihood support to about 5 million people in farming, trade and industry. luteus were isolated and their action on jute stems studied. Retting is facilitated by anaerobic butyric acid bacteria such as Clostridium botulinum, Clostridium tetani and Clostridium perfringens. 0000002949 00000 n It involves microbial decomposition of the unwanted material. 2003;6:686–687. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Retting time reduced from 18-22 days to 12-14 days with about 10% higher fibre recovery. Neighbor-joining phylogenetic tree construction using 16S rRNA gene sequences by Mega 6.0. Comparative study on the physico-mechanical properties of Jute, kenaf and Mesta-Part-V. Bangladesh J. Jute Fibre Res. 16 s ribosomal gene sequencing analysis identified 2 phyla- Firmicutis (80.55%) and Proteobacteria (19.45%). Retting is facilitated by anaerobic butyric acid bacteria such as Clostridium botulinum, Clostridium tetani and Clostridium perfringens. These bacteria primarily decompose the plant pectin thus, freeing the fibres. Jute is an annual renewable fiber crops grown mainly in Bangladesh, India and other Asian countries. Here we report optimized microbial retting protocol that can lower retting period and produce high fibre quality. 0000003693 00000 n Jute fibre is the second most important fibre next to cotton. i. It involves microbial decomposition of the unwanted material. Retting process utilizes a complex microbial community for dissolution process after immersion of jute plants in water, releasing soluble constituents like sugar, glucosides and nitrogenous compounds (Ahmed and Akhter, 2001). 0000075446 00000 n However, bacterial communities associated with the retting of jute are not well characterized. A total of 451 bacterial colonies have been isolated from five jute retting water samples in Bangladesh.

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