Existence of Keratinophilic fungi in the soils of hilly and plain areas

Singh Anshu, Shrivastava Janendra Nath, Nidhi Govil


Total of 120 samples, 60 from each site were collected from the soil of Shimla (H.P.) and Agra (U.P.). Collected soil samples were baited for the isolation of fungi capable of colonization and attacking keratinous substrates. Out of 60 samples of both sites, 47 were recorded positive for hilly and 34 for plain.

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