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Gujarat scientists have invented ‘bioplastic’ against synthetic plastic. If their search is successful then the daily consumption of plastic across India will become a thing of the past. Scientists in Gujarat have taken on the challenge of reducing the consumption of plastic from the earth, rather than damaging the environment. This bioplastic is made from ‘haltolerant microbial endopytes’ found in bacteria of Cheria – mangrove in the laboratory of the Guide Institute. This great quest to solve the world’s problems will leave scientists around the world wondering.
The chairs make plastic of the leaf of the tree plastic
Gujarat Institute of Desert Ecology (Guide), a renowned institute working in the field of environmental protection in Kutch, has created a new revolution in the field of environment. Marine flora can be eco-friendly ‘bioplastic’, not harmful to the environment. “Guide” Director and Scientist of the Institute Dr. Vijay Kumar told the public that the bacteria found in sea cherries could be ‘bioplastic’. After three consecutive years of hard work, scientist Dr. Microbes (visible in the microscope) found in Cheriana leaves. G. Research by Jayanti and scientist Dr. That After being tested by Karthikeya, the laboratory has succeeded in making ‘biplastic’.
Lab Testing Successful
This bioplastic is made from ‘haltolerant microbial endopytes’ found in bacteria of Cheria in the laboratory of the Guide Institute. After researching a total of nine types of bacteria found in cherry, which is likely to receive more plastic (PHA, polyhydroxy alkanate), it was sent to GSBTM (Gujarat State BioTechnical Mission) for testing to find out more about the bacterial gene (species).
Culture processes can cause billions of bacteria
Scientific Dr. Bacteria once formed, says Karthikeya, can be produced in large quantities by culture processes in the laboratory. We have a successful experiment in the Bhuj laboratory of the guide to make bioplastic. Bioplastics can be made from bacteria in the material laboratory itself.
Successful woman scientist Dr. Jayanti
The woman scientist who invented the bioplastic. Jayanti says that this new bioplastic ‘degradable’ dissolves itself in the atmosphere. So it is not harmful to the environment. It is possible to make other bacteria in the laboratory after the bacteria have been found in the cherry leaf. So ‘bioplastic’ is completely eco-friendly. Currently, bio-plastic polyfilm has been made in the laboratory.
More research will be done
Emphasizing the need for further research into the commercial use of bio plastics. Vijay Kumar says that this bioplastic can be fully utilized as an alternative to the currently used plastic. We have been a primary success, but if efforts are made by the government to test its commercial use and the costs are high, the manufacture and consumption of bioplastic will revolutionize the world environment. Guided by the chairman of the retired former senior officer of Gujarat, Takhar Mankad, the organization has made significant contributions to the conservation of Cherias in Kutch and the grassland plains of Bani.
Gujarat ranks second in the cherry trees
According to the Gujarat Ecology Commission, South East Asian countries have 6.5 percent of the chairs in India, with Gujarat being the second largest country. Cherry trees have a carbon storage value of up to 5%, thus preventing environmental, pollution, tsunamis, sea salinity, waves as well as sea and preventing global warming. After West Bengal, the maximum is 4 sq km. Gujarat ranks second in the mangrove forests. (pl see original report from Gujarati from this website)