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BacteriaOrigin & Consequences of Bacteria:

A large group of unicellular microorganisms that inhabit virtually every environment on the planet.

  • Large variety of bacterial species
  • Present on human skin
  • Immune system typically effective against common forms

Tuberculosis, MRSA and Leionella Disease

Mold SporesOrigin & Consequences of Mold Spores:

A common component of household and workplace dust

  • Causes respiratory allergies
  • Sinus infections are common
  • Potential to grow inside lungs of immunocompromised individuals

Cladosporium, Penicillium Citrinum, Aspergillus Niger

VirusOrigin & Consequences of Viruses:

Toxin or poison that is a small infectious agent that can only replicate inside cells of other organisms

  • Smaller than bacteria
  • Evades destruction through gene mutation
  • Antibiotics have no effect

Influenza, Swine Flu, Pneumonia, Smallbox

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)Origin & Consequences of VOCs:

Any chemical compound, natural or synthetic, that form under normal conditions and vaporize to enter the atmosphere.

  • Human Exposure Throught Inhalation
  • Always in Gaseous State
  • Most Organic Odors

Ethylene, Formaldehyde, Phenols

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