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Effect of ionizing radiation on the color of featherwork
Brazilian Journal of Radiation Sciences
Featherwork collections are usually stored and managed by ethnographic museums. Even though the featherwork manufacturing is still practiced by the indigenous communities, the offer of raw material and the contact with the surrounding society ended up reducing the production scale of such objects. Consequently, the preservation of the material culture is very important, particularly in museums. Biodegradation can affect featherworks mainly by xylophagous insects and moths' action. The tropicaldoi:10.15392/bjrs.v9i1a.1367 fatcat:hvo2kmcuxbgnjgwnwnxr4jp7va