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Effects of cultivation conditions on morphological and biochemical characters of fungi found on parchment and leather



Effects of cultivation conditions on morphological and biochemical characters of fungi found on parchment and leather



Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 20(3): 210-215



A study was made of the growth, morphology and exoprotease synthesis of fungi, isolated from parchment and leather exhibits stored in museums and archives, on various media. All fungi isolated (15 spp.) were viable and capable of selective growth on parchment, leather and peptone, gelatin or saccharose + glucose media, although only 13% grew equally on all 5.

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