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      Eco-friendly approach for control of fungal deterioration of archaeological skeleton dated back to the Greco-Roman period

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      Journal of Cultural Heritage
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          Aspergillus comprises a diverse group of species based on morphological, physiological and phylogenetic characters, which significantly impact biotechnology, food production, indoor environments and human health. Aspergillus was traditionally associated with nine teleomorph genera, but phylogenetic data suggest that together with genera such as Polypaecilum, Phialosimplex, Dichotomomyces and Cristaspora, Aspergillus forms a monophyletic clade closely related to Penicillium. Changes in the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi and plants resulted in the move to one name per species, meaning that a decision had to be made whether to keep Aspergillus as one big genus or to split it into several smaller genera. The International Commission of Penicillium and Aspergillus decided to keep Aspergillus instead of using smaller genera. In this paper, we present the arguments for this decision. We introduce new combinations for accepted species presently lacking an Aspergillus name and provide an updated accepted species list for the genus, now containing 339 species. To add to the scientific value of the list, we include information about living ex-type culture collection numbers and GenBank accession numbers for available representative ITS, calmodulin, β-tubulin and RPB2 sequences. In addition, we recommend a standard working technique for Aspergillus and propose calmodulin as a secondary identification marker.
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            Burnt bones and teeth: an experimental study of color, morphology, crystal structure and shrinkage

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              A comprehensive review on green synthesis of nature-inspired metal nanoparticles: Mechanism, application and toxicity

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                Journal
                Journal of Cultural Heritage
                Journal of Cultural Heritage
                Elsevier BV
                12962074
                January 2023
                January 2023
                : 59
                : 38-48
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                10.1016/j.culher.2022.11.005
                90c2100b-ab39-4794-9d1d-633a88e97588
                © 2023

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