2018
DOI: 10.1590/1678-992x-2017-0108
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Abstract: ABSTRACT:Biological degumming is an eco-friendly, efficient, high-quality and low-cost method that has become the leading bast fiber degumming technology. However, bacterial strains with short degumming cycles, high gum removal rates and small fiber damage are few. To screen high quality microbial resources with bast-fiber biological degumming function, soil samples were collected from a continuously cultivated banana plantation and then used to be enriched by ramie and kenaf materials in turn. A selective pec… Show more

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“…Most promising water based microbiological retting process mostly involves bacteria along with various fungi, protozoa, algae and diatoms [10][11][12][13] . Main aerobic retting bacteria belong to genus Bacillus viz., B. subtilis, B. polymyxa, B. mesentericus, B.pumilus, B. cereus, B. megaterium and B. macerans, initiate retting [14][15][16][17][18] along with large numbers of gram-negative genera such as Erwinia and Pseudomonas 9,19 . At the later stage of retting some anaerobic bacteria from genus Clostridium -Clostridium acetobutylicum, Clostridium stercorarium, Clostridium tertium come to carry on the retting process 20 .…”
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“…Most promising water based microbiological retting process mostly involves bacteria along with various fungi, protozoa, algae and diatoms [10][11][12][13] . Main aerobic retting bacteria belong to genus Bacillus viz., B. subtilis, B. polymyxa, B. mesentericus, B.pumilus, B. cereus, B. megaterium and B. macerans, initiate retting [14][15][16][17][18] along with large numbers of gram-negative genera such as Erwinia and Pseudomonas 9,19 . At the later stage of retting some anaerobic bacteria from genus Clostridium -Clostridium acetobutylicum, Clostridium stercorarium, Clostridium tertium come to carry on the retting process 20 .…”
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“…Using the 16S/18S rRNA sequencing, we identified the changed bacterial and fungal abundance during the degumming of kenaf bast (0~ 150 h). In the fermentation liquid, the growth of Cytophagaceae and A series of Bacillus strains has been identified to be ramie-or kanef-degumming strains, like B. cereus hn1-1 [10], B. pumilus [7], B. licheniformis and B. subtilis [11] and B. tequilensis SV11-UV37 [6]. In addition, our previous study [7] showed that seven bacterial strains including B. pumilus, B.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The screening of superior bacterial strains with the activity of pectatelyase, pectinase, hemicellulase and/or ligninase and the preservation of the natural fiber structure and mechanical properties is crucial for biological degumming [7][8][9]. A series of bacterial strains have been identified with strong ability of retting or degumming, like Bacillus cereus hn1-1 [10], B. pumilus [7], B. licheniformis and B.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The screening of superior bacterial strains with the activity of pectate lyase, pectinase, hemicellulase and/or ligninase and the preservation of the natural fiber structure and mechanical properties is crucial for biological degumming [7][8][9]. A series of bacterial strains have been identified with strong ability of retting or degumming, like Bacillus cereus hn1-1 [10], B. pumilus [7], B. licheniformis and B. subtilis [11] and B. tequilensis SV11-UV37 [6]. Cheng et al [10] showed that the 10 h-degumming process by B. cereus hn1-1 produced a residual gum rate as low as 5% and the fiber rate as high as 76%.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…A series of bacterial strains have been identified with strong ability of retting or degumming, like Bacillus cereus hn1-1 [10], B. pumilus [7], B. licheniformis and B. subtilis [11] and B. tequilensis SV11-UV37 [6]. Cheng et al [10] showed that the 10 h-degumming process by B. cereus hn1-1 produced a residual gum rate as low as 5% and the fiber rate as high as 76%. Mao et al [12] reported that the ramie retting could be completed within 56 h by using a microbia consortium RAMCD407 plus 0.2% NaOH, with 2.84% residual gum content and 5.2 cN/dtex breaking strength of the final fiber.…”
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confidence: 99%