The occurrence of Ganoderma spores in the air and its relationships with meteorological factors

Agnieszka Grinn-Gofroń


According to a recent study, Ganoderma may be the third genus, after Alternaria and Cladosporium, whose spores cause symptoms of allergy and whose levels are directly related to meteorological factors. There are only few articles from different parts of the world about the relationships between Ganoderma spore count and meteorological factors. The aim of the study was to review all available publications about airborne Ganoderma spores and to compare the results in a short useful form.


Ganoderma; airborne spores; meteorological factors; statistical correlation

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