Cristina Mihaescu, Cristina Ponepal, Monica Marilena Țânțu, Gheorghița Brînzea, Nicolae Brînzea, Liliana Cristina Soare, Alina Paunescu
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Cultural heritage has a cultural significance, which refers to the aesthetic value of the heritage asset, the historical or social value of monuments for past, present or future generations. In conservation areas where there are open environment conditions, there are ecological producers (autotrophic bacteria, algae, lichens and higher plants). In terms of trophic relationships and the main food chain, the presence in the conservation environment of collections from archives, libraries and museums of excessive food resources for biodeteriogenic pests determines the possibility of the absence of producers, which is why most populations settled in the environment conservation of movable cultural heritage goods are consumers (egs insects) and destroyers (bacteria and fungi). In the present study, various fragments of cultural heritage goods taken from cemeteries, churches, for the purpose of analyzing biological patinas and establishing the etiopathogenic complex were subjected to analysis. Fungi of the genera Alternaria, Penicilium, Aspergillus, etc., various bryophytes, lichens and blue-green algae have been identified.
Cite this paper: Mihaescu, C., Ponepal, C., Tantu, M.M., Brinzea, G., Brinzea, N., Soare, L.C., Paunescu, A. (2022). ASPECTS REGARDING THE ATTACK OF SOME BIODETERIOGENS ON SOME CULT OBJECTS FROM ARGES COUNTY. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 11(22), 172-177. https://doi.org/10.47068/ctns.2022.v11i22.020