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Int. Journal of Life Sciences, 2018; 6(1): 177-180       |                 Available online, March 13, 2018

Intramural exploration of mycoflora in poultry farm at Nagbhid dist. Chandrapur (MS) India


Shende Aroonaa and Korpenwar AN



Rashtrapita Mahatma Gandhi Arts and Science College, Nagbhid.



Received : 03.11.2017      |    Accepted : 28.02.2018      |      Published : 13.03.2018

The study was undertaken to determine microbial loads in indoor environment of poultry farm. Environmental factors influencing to increase airborn mycoflora. These airborne components were trapped by using the ‘Volumetric Tilak air sampler’which is an electrically operated device was fixed in middle of the poultry farm at the height of 1 meter from ground level and runs continuously in the month of rainy season 2016. Total 63 types and 679716 Spores/m3 were revealed from which Aspergilllus sp., Cladosporium sp., Unidentified Ascospores, Basidiospores, Bitrimonospora,Alternaria sp. were dominant. The maximum fungal load was found in the month of July. More number of fungi was found as incline of attraction towards the moisture availability and nutrition (litter) present in the poultry environment. 21 types and 82085spores/m3 from 63 types of spores including class Ascomycetes were obtained fortunately they was the indicator of rainy season. 


Keywords:  Aeromycoflora, Allergens, indoor environment, aerosol, poultry.


Editor: Dr.Arvind Chavhan


Cite this article as:

Shende Aroonaa and Korpenwar AN (2018) Intramural exploration of mycoflora in poultry farm at Nagbhid dist. Chandrapur (MS) India, Int. J. of. Life Sciences, Volume 6(1): 177-180



Conflicts of interest: The authors stated that no conflicts of interest.



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