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Biodeterioration of cultural property by cellulolytic fungi



Biodeterioration of cultural property by cellulolytic fungi



Biodeterioration of cultural property Proceedings of the International Conference, 20-25 February, 1989, Lucknow, India: 168-172



Cellulolytic fungi are the most common organisms responsible for the deterioration of various cultural properties, including manuscripts, books, various types of paintings, wall hangings, wood crafts, etc. In the present study a survey was carried out of the common cellulolytic fungi inhabiting such articles in various institutions including the Rahul Sanskrityayan Sansthan, Nagarjuna Baudh Sansthan, museums and libraries of Gorakhpur University and in dwellings.

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