Microbial Ecology of the Built Environment

Microbial Ecology of the Built Environment: Investigate the microbial ecology of indoor environments, including homes, hospitals, and workplaces, and how human activities influence microbial communities within these built environments. Discuss the sources of indoor microbial contamination, such as human occupants, ventilation systems, and building materials, and the potential health implications of indoor microbial exposure, including allergies, asthma, and infections. Explore strategies for mitigating indoor microbial contamination and promoting indoor air quality and occupant health.

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