black mold


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black mold

[′blak ‚mōld]
(mycology)
Any dark fungus belonging to the order Mucorales.
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of rose grafts and onion bulbs marked by black appearance due to the mold.
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PGI was formed in 2003 during the black mold crisis in Dallas.
Black mold with time in a families home can cause serious ailments including life threatening diseases.
Black mold in time in a families home can create severe illnesses consisting of life threatening ailments.
Black mold with time in a families residence can create extreme ailments consisting of life threatening health problems.
By teaming with the Internet marketers at Prospect Genius to create a strong online presence for its bio cleaning company, Bio Restore 24 is working to improve accessibility for customers, while at the same time tracking the effectiveness of its online marketing programs to reach those seeking biohazard cleanup, black mold removal, and other vital property cleaning services.
Now, he said he had black mold, which is serious to human health.
I've seen new buildings on the Palm Jumeirah where the apartments, corridors and ceilings have been infested with Black Mold because of improper installation.
Among the offenders is a hoarder in a West Village rental apartment at 1 Christopher Street on the corner of Greenwich Avenue, whose apartment began to seep a black mold through the doorway, and a woman who allegedly filed a false domestic violence claim to get into Section 8 housing (a legal case is pending).
Black Mold Exposure is a feature documentary that delves into the controversy surrounding toxic mold and chronicles its devastating impact on people from various walks of life.
It has been tested by an environmental engineer for its effectiveness against deadly black mold.
Now researchers at Michigan State University's Center for Integrative Toxicology have found that a toxin produced by the black mold Stachybotrys chartarum can damage nerve cells key to the sense of smell, at least in the noses of mice [EHP 114:1099-1107; Islam et al.
A common black mold that blooms on moist cellulose-based materials--from wallboard and ceiling tiles to cardboard--creates a toxin that can kill certain brain cells.