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Title: Application of Biology to Cultural Heritage
Authors: Maria Filomena, Macedo
Ana Zélia, Miller
Ana Catarina, Pinheiro
António, Portugal
Issue Date: 14-Jan-2022
Publisher: MDPI
Citation: Macedo, M.F.; Miller, A.Z.; Pinheiro, A.C.; Portugal, A. Application of Biology to Cultural Heritage. Appl. Sci. 2022, 12, 841.
Abstract: This Special Issue of the Applied Sciences, entitled “Application of Biology to Cultural Heritage” aimed to cover all the latest outstanding progress of biological and biochemical methods developed and applied to cultural heritage. As you can see cultural heritage biodiversity and biodeterioration has received much research attention in recent years. This Special Issue intended to provide a comprehensive examination of the science of biology in various fields and areas, and its practical application for the preservation of cultural heritage. Full research articles and reviews on all aspects of biological causes, modes of action, biocidal treatment, protection, and prevention of cultural heritage, are here presented as well as long term studies on the biodeterioration of cultural heritage sites and monuments. Analyses and testing of macro- and microorganisms affecting the preservation of cultural heritage were also addressed.
Type: article
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