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Sampling and Identifying Allergenic Pollens and Molds An Illustrated Identification Manual for Air Samplers

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: E Grant Smith
196 pages, colour & b/w photos
Sampling and Identifying Allergenic Pollens and Molds
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  • Sampling and Identifying Allergenic Pollens and Molds ISBN: 9780930961022 Spiralbound Dec 2000 Out of Print #179068
  • Sampling and Identifying Allergenic Pollens and Molds Spiralbound Dec 1990 Out of Print #68520
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Sampling and Identifying Allergenic Pollens and Molds is considered to be the premier image reference source for pollen grains and mold spores. It contains over 1000 photomicrographs used by industry specialists through out the world as an invaluable tool for identifying indoor and outdoor pollen grains and mold spores.

There are 323 photomicrographs of tree pollen grains, 395 photocomicrographs of fungal spores, 226 photomicrographs of bushes, weeds, and garden plant pollen grains and 72 photomicrographs of grass pollen grains.

 

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: E Grant Smith
196 pages, colour & b/w photos
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