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Research Paper | Botany | India | Volume 9 Issue 10, October 2020


Study of Soil Mycoflora of Patna Town through Baits of Different Nature

Surendra Kr Prasad, Namita Kumari


Abstract: The mycoflora of soil is momentous for plant, animal and human being. Soil is depository of all life which are carried out most of the changes that enable life to continue. In the soil dead remains of plants and animals, which are changed after decay and decomposition to the material. In this present study author focus on survey of fungal biodiversity in the soil of Patna town, Bihar state, India. Patna is located at latitude of 25̊C.6´ and the longitude of 85̊̊C.1´, through different baits in different nature. celluolytic, keratinophillic, seasonal fruits and vegetables using different agar media. these fungal biodiversity degrade the environmental waste ie fruit and vegetables, leather, nail, hair, cotton cloth, paper and jute which respond to clean the environment. Some fungal sps after decaying assist in soil fertility. keratinophilic fungi is called dermatophytic fungi. They cause skin disease ie ring worm. Hence the present study focus on soil conservation and eco environmental management. Indian author Randhwa & Sandhu (1963, 1964, 1965), Mercantini et-al (1978), Pieta D KesikT2006reported pathogenic soil borne fungi of onion cultivated field, VidyasagarGM (2005) keratinophilic fungi from hospital dust.


Keywords: fungal biodiversity, cellulolytic, Keratinophilic, environment, soil fertility


Edition: Volume 9 Issue 10, October 2020,


Pages: 1554 - 1559


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Surendra Kr Prasad, Namita Kumari, "Study of Soil Mycoflora of Patna Town through Baits of Different Nature", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR201022203119, Volume 9 Issue 10, October 2020, 1554 - 1559

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