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Soil analyses and mycoflora of the Jubail industrial city in



Soil samples were collected from seven localities from the Jubail industrial city in Saudi Arabia

and analysed for their moisture content, organic matter content, total soluble salts, pH value,

heavy metal content and fungal flora. The soil is alkaline and differs in moisture content,

organic matter content and total soluble salts. Soil samples differed greatly in the concentration

of cadmium, copper, lead, manganese, nickel and zinc. Twenty-two isolates of species

belonging to eleven genera were isolated from soil samples of seven localities. Aspergillus,

Fusariunz, Penicillium and Ulocladium were predominant and represented by three species each.

Alternaria, Cladosporium and Curvularia with two species each and, Aureobasidiunz, Mucor,

Nigrospora and Stenzphyliunz were represented by one species each.

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