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Heavy mulching also helps reduce splashing of spores during spring rains.
When spring rains come, the brown gall grows orange tentacles that will release thousands of tiny fungus spores into the air.
In particular, vermiculite can contain low levels of asbestos; compost and peat moss can contain mold spores.
Traces of fern leaves and spores were also discovered in Oetzi's stomach.
The team also studied traces of pollen and spores, parasite eggs, and animal bones.
Those dust storms can kick up dirt and soil that carry fungal spores called Coccidioides, or cocci.
The slide goes into the middle of the spore sampler, where air is pulled into a small quarter-sized slot.
Problems start cropping up when literally every episode invents a new magical thing that the spore drive can do.
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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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