Environmental monitoring and emission of pollutants in buildings

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The spores, not just the vegetative mycelium, of many toxigenic moulds (toxin-producing moulds or toxic moulds) have been demonstrated to contain mixtures of the toxins known to be produced by the species. For example, the conidia (spores) of a number of commonly occurring moulds in buildings contain toxins including: Fusarium...

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