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Although various bacteria and fungi have been identified in a number of different studies by using isolation and culturing approaches (Sharma, 1986a; Henriksson et al., 1997), such a strategy is not powerful enough to obtain a complete inventory of the microorganisms present as only a small percentage of taxa can be successfully cultured under laboratory conditions (Staley and Konopka, 1985; Amann et al., 1995). Terrestrial gross carbon dioxide uptake: global distribution and covariation with climate. 61, 707–711. 163, 221–232. Curr. Soil metaproteomics as a tool for monitoring functional microbial communities: promises and challenges. doi: 10.1586/14789450.2016.1135058, Bleuze, L., Chabbert, B., Lashermes, G., and Recous, S. (2020). Natural Fiber Composites. Trends Microbiol. In contrast, the same indicators revealed no difference in bacterial community diversity (both soil and plant samples) between early vs. standard cultures. Biochem. Environ. (2015). Soil Biol. Rev. Taken together, these results would suggest that sample community diversity changes (increases or decreases) at some point after R2 (and/or R3). For the sterile retting (SF), the cubed cassava roots were sterilized with 0.1% (w/v) HgC1, in ethanol, according to Okafor el … Supplementary Figure 7. Who is who in litter decomposition? This approach allows researchers to simultaneously uncover a microorganism’s functional potential and its identity, with a more resolutive, unbiased phylogenetic information than with metabarcoding. This method generates high quality flax fibers but is also a source of environmental pollution (Md.Tahir et al., 2011). Non-metric multidimensional scaling (NMDS) of bacterial (A) and fungal (B) community structure based on Yue & Clayton distance matrix. Plant Physiol. Sci. doi: 10.5598/imafungus.2010.01.02.11, Gruninger, R. J., Puniya, A. K., Callaghan, T. M., Edwards, J. E., Youssef, N., Dagar, S. S., et al. In recent years the decrease in sequencing costs has allowed it to become more democratic, leading to the use of this approach in a larger number of laboratories and studies. Accuracy of metagenome predictions was controlled by measuring the weighted Nearest Sequenced Taxon Index (NSTI) scores that reflect the availability of reference genomes closely related to the most abundant microorganisms for each sample. Biochem. doi: 10.1016/j.indcrop.2013.06.012, Marynowska, M., Goux, X., Sillam-Dussès, D., Rouland-Lefèvre, C., Roisin, Y., Delfosse, P., et al. The PICRUSt v.1.0.0 (https://github.com/picrust/picrust/releases) pipeline (http://picrust.github.io/picrust/) (Langille et al., 2013) was used to predict the functional composition of bacterial enzymatic activity abundance using 16S rDNA datasets. 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The use of PICRUSt data allows a predictive study of potential bacterial hydrolytic activity but should be coupled in future studies with alternative meta-omics methods such as metatranscriptomic or metaproteomic coupled with metagenomics to facilitate the assembling with appropriate reference genomes (Schneider et al., 2012; Dai et al., 2015; Hesse et al., 2015; Kuske et al., 2015; Wu et al., 2015). Rarefaction curves of observed OTUs in fungal (ITS) soil (A) and plant (B) samples, defined at a 97% sequence similarity cut-off. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-08-102268-9.00017-3, May, D. H., Timmins-Schiffman, E., Mikan, M. P., Harvey, H. R., Borenstein, E., Nunn, B. L., et al. Text. Rhizosphere 3, 222–229. Despite the fact that the concept of metatranscriptomics has been around for several years (Gorni, 2013), there is currently no established protocol for this technique. 69, 119–125. 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In the second category, the most influential factor will undoubtedly be the microbiota present in the soil and in/on the stem at the beginning of retting (Djemiel et al., 2017; Chabbert et al., 2020). Comparison of subjective and objective methods to assess flax straw cultivars and fibre quality after dew-retting. The microbial DNA sequencing data sets supporting the results in this article are available at the EBI ENA with accession number PRJEB20299. To date, only one study has been conducted on hemp retting by metabarcoding (Law et al., 2020). Br. doi: 10.1111/j.1462-2920.2004.00687.x, Wilmes, P., and Bond, P. L. (2006). 14, 1257–1260. Ind. This observation, together with the fact that low abundance OTUs can still contribute to the decomposition of plant matter (Baldrian et al., 2012) indicates that these phyla should not be ignored during the study of dew-retting. 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Currently, rapid advances in high-throughput sequencing (HTS) technologies are allowing us to exploit the rapidly expanding field of metagenomics to improve our understanding of retting in flax and other fiber plants (Djemiel et al., 2017; Chabbert et al., 2020). Copyright © 2017 Djemiel, Grec and Hawkins. Approaches linking phylogenetics and functionality, could also be expected to help gain deeper insights into terrestrial microbial ecology. doi: 10.1007/BF00250324, Sharma, H. S. S., and Faughey, G. J. Res. Nat. (1890). Development of a dual-index sequencing strategy and curation pipeline for analyzing amplicon sequence data on the miseq illumina sequencing platform. Appl. (2020). Appl. We performed the first genotypic characterization of the retting microflora by a 16S amplified ribosomal DNA restriction analysis (ARDRA). A., and Dodd, R. B. Only two studies have reported the use of HTS technologies (Ion Torrent PGM system) on kenaf retting (Visi et al., 2013) and more recently during water-retting of flax (Zhao et al., 2016). It also demonstrated copiotrophic behavior for Rhizobiales belonging to Proteobacteria, Actinomycetales belonging to Actinobacteria and Chroococcales belonging to Cyanobacteria as these phylotypes immediately incorporated 15N from the added plant tissue. (2011). The authors also focused on the dynamic balance between Ascomycota and Basidiomycota fungi and showed a decrease of CAZymes from Basidiomycota in N-amended soils compared to ambient soils, that could be possibly linked to an overall decrease in litter decomposition under such conditions. 12, 1889–1898. Available online at: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=61827 (Accessed May 8, 2016). 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