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Viable and culturable fungi in the air over Nagarjunanagar






Indian Botanical Reporter 4(1): 55-57

Viable and culturable fungi in the air over Nagarjunanagar

The results are presented of exposing Petri dishes twice weekly for 4 months (Nov. 1981 - Feb. 1982). Of 44 different colony types isolated, 32 were identified to sp. level and 8 to genus; the remainder failed to sporulate. Cladosporium herbarum was the most dominant type and the only fungus observed at all exposures.


Accession: 001507515



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