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Many different plant components, such as pollen, fungal spores, and other particulates, have been found in the desert dust of southern Arizona. In addition to those which have already been noted by other workers as ingredients of the local dust, the present report includes 17 previously unreported pollens and the spores of 40 different genera of fungi. Several of these constituents are important to Arizona residents as causes of allergies. Others have not yet been shown to be allergenic, but their presence in dust indicates their potential significance in allergy.

Sixteen species of fungi known to be involved as agents...

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