Is indoor mold contamination a threat to health? Part two.

@article{Ammann2003IsIM,
  title={Is indoor mold contamination a threat to health? Part two.},
  author={Harriet M Ammann},
  journal={Journal of environmental health},
  year={2003},
  volume={66 2},
  pages={47-9}
}
Molds, a subset of the fungi, are ubiquitous on our planet. Fungi are found in every ecological niche, and are necessary for the recycling of organic building blocks that allow plants and animals to live. Included in the group "fungi" are yeasts, molds and mildews, as well as large mushrooms, puffballs and bracket fungi that grow on dead trees. Fungi need external organic food sources and water to be able to grow. 

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