2.2. Food and life-condition
Fungi are chlorphyllfreie organisms. The fungi live predominantly heterotrophic - from organic substances living and dead organisms. 
Also, the redox-potential of the nutritional-solution is important. Also no demands for the composition of the atmosphere are made if they lie in the usual climatic area.
Have to be in stock as nutritional-media
Carbon, air-oxygen, Hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium and iron
Manganese, Molybdenum, Zinc, Copper, Cobalt, Nickel, Vanadium, Boron, Chlorine, Selenium, Silicon, Tungsten and others.
Amino acids, hormones, vitamins
These nutritional-media are in our natural surroundings and consequently also in the building. To this, dextrose, maltose and sugar, wallpaper-paste, count Raufasertapete, dispersion-colors, for example, Wood, Paper, textiles, synthetic material and rubber through the enclosed softeners, dust, fat uvm. The respective microorganisms specialized in the degradation of determined substances normally under certain climatic conditions. Also, climatic conditions resemble with approximately, different fungus-concentrations can occur in the spaces in each case.
The interaction of a mold-formation and in stock contaminant in the ambient air respectively chemical trace elements of the surfaces therefore should be also object of future research-topics and itself not only on this alone behaved to ventilation orient.
The temperature influences the metabolism, the nutrient-claims, the biomass-composition of the cell and above all the growth-speed of the microorganisms. If the temperature lies 10-25ºC below the temperature-optimum, slows down so induces the transportation-FTAM processes and the growth-speed itself in direction zero. A temperature-increase in the optimal area causes a disproportionate increase of the growth-speed on the other hand. In the practice, this becomes clear, why in a building with approaching same relative humidity and utilization-performance in 5 apartments no and in an apartment mold-affection is determined. Here, temperature-differences of 2-3 K can be available. This fact is taken into account also in the following Isoplethensystem. (Detailed explanation of the mold-book)
Picture: Isoplethensysteme for spore-end-germination of the molds (Aspergillus restrictus (left)) and Aspergillus versicolor (right). 
Picture: Temperature-influx on the growth-speed of microorganisms
Regarding its claims at optimal temperature-conditions, microorganisms behave very differently. One distinguishes the molds by its optimal growth-temperatures, mesophile molds for 25-35ºC, thermo-tolerant molds with 30-40ºC and thermophil molds with 35-55ºC (Max). about. 60ºC,  completed should become the division with the psychrophilen organisms (under 0ºC until 20ºC), to this bacterias and ferric-bacterias are fitting navy predominantly. Thermophil bacterias reach its border with 70ºC and extremely thermophil organisms between 80-90ºC (for example kinds Bacillus and Clostridium), bacterias this above 90 and 100ºC grows one names hyper-thermophil organisms. [12b]
The interaction between dampness, temperature and food-substance is represented in the Isoplethensystem for spore-end-germination of the molds. Detailed references to the mold-book.
*)Name for synthetic materials, that consist of polymerisierten links of the acrylic acid and/or the methacrylic acid. Acrylic acid is the simplest unsatisfied Karbonsäure.
 Smith, S.L.; Hill, S. T.: Influence of temperature and water activity on germination and growth of Aspergillus restrictus and Aspergillus versicolor. Transoctions of Brtish Mycological high society Vol. 79 (1982), H. 3, S. 558 - 560
2.3. Occurrences of the air
3. Causes (Emergence)
4. Molds Interiors
5. Illnesses with people
5.1. Occurrences Skin
5.3. Mykogene Allergies
6. As material-destroyers
6.1. In the ecosystem
6.3. Wood, mildew-rottenness
6.8. Synthetic material
6.11. Construction-materials (lime)
6.12. Organic Construction-materials
- Check list (short)
- Case in point Toxins
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