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Keratinolytic fungi in sewage sludge applied to devastated urban soil: a preliminary experiment



Keratinolytic fungi in sewage sludge applied to devastated urban soil: a preliminary experiment



International Journal of Environmental Health Research 4(4): 244-253



In a preliminary reclamation experiment changes in the keratinolytic fungal population of sewage sludge were determined after its application to a degraded urban soil. The fungal population in samples of sewage sludge increased after addition to the soil.

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DOI: 10.1080/09603129409356823



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