Bioaerosols in indoor environment - a review with special reference to residential and occupational locations

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Mandal, J; Brandl, H;
(2011)
  • Publisher: Bentham Open
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5167/uzh-53633, doi: 10.2174/1875040001104010083
  • Subject: Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies | 590 Animals (Zoology) | 570 Life sciences; biology | Bioaerosols, microbial diversity, sampling, monitoring, occupational environment, maximum acceptable values
    mesheuropmc: complex mixtures

Bioaerosols such as bacterial and fungal cells and their spores are - along with non-biological particles - part of indoor airborne particulate matter and have been related since a long time to health issues of human beings as well as flora, and fauna. To identify the d... View more
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