Molecular Analysis of Rhizopus Fungal Species on Deteriorating Historical Sandstone Monuments: An Advanced Approach

Sandstone monuments may sustain a wide range of microorganisms that are involved in the biodeterioration process. Sandstone monuments are made up of Bryophyte and fungal consortia. Fungi are thought to be the most effective category of microorganisms in generating sandstone

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Determination of Antifungal and Anti-Aflatoxigenic Activity of the Essential Oil of Lippia lasiocalycina Cham (Verbenacea)

Food contamination by aflatoxin-producing fungus species results in significant financial losses and has a direct impact on consumer health. The hunt for more natural preservation methods has piqued interest in the antifungal properties of essential oils. The goal of this

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Secretion of α-L-rhamnosidases by Few Aspergillus Fungal Strains Using Solid State Fermentation and Their Application in Debittering of Orange Fruit Juice

Alpha-L-rhamnosidase development from Aspergillus ochraceous MTCC -1810, A. MTCC Wentii-1901, A. MTCC Sydowii- 635, A. Using readily available agro-industrial residues such as corn cob, rice bran, sugarcane bagasse, wheat bran and citrus peel as substrate, foetidus MTCC-508 under solid-state fermentation.

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