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There’s evidence negative ions combat allergies by neutralizing things such as pollen, mold spores, dust and pet dander.
Despite the drastic pH increase, its spores germinated into threadlike hyphal mycelium and grew equally well with or without concrete.
An air purifier can zap those microscopic invaders—as well as mold spores and pet dander—giving you clean air to go along with clean surfaces.
Nobody had to worry about running out of spores, because Stamets could just destroy the ecosystem of a handy moon by injecting fungus colonies into its crust.
Where the Discovery rides the network like an inter-dimensional hitchhiker, the Charon draws power directly, killing the spore ecosystem from within.
When the cracks are completely caulked and no more water can enter, the fungi will again form spores.
In 2001, envelopes containing anthrax spores began arriving at media companies and senate offices.
Weed pollen, grass pollen and mold spores will remain relatively low throughout the weekend, the department said.
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biology : a cell made by some plants that is like a seed and can produce a new plant
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