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Allergy Descriptions

Brome Grass
Brome Grass

Mostly found in the Northern Hemisphere, Brome grass starts flowering in May and finishes in September.

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Bayberry
Bayberry

Myrica plants are typically shrubs, with most plants not exceeding 10 feet tall.

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Alternaria
Alternaria

Alternaria is one of the most important allergenic molds.

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American Elm Tree
American Elm Tree

The American Elm is a very widespread medium-sized or large tree typically found in floodplains, ravines and other moist areas.

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American Sycamore Tree
American Sycamore Tree

The large trees can produce significant amounts of pollen, pollen which has been classified as a moderately severe allergen.

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Aspergillus Niger
Aspergillus Niger

A. Niger is a common saprophytic (lives off of dead or decaying organic matter) mold.

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Aureobasidium Pullulans
Aureobasidium Pullulans

A pervasive mold that can be found in widely varied habitats like bathrooms and kitchens, deposits such as water and more.

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Bahia Grass
Bahia Grass

Bahia grass has been studied in many countries and has been documented as a trigger of allergic rhinitis, asthma and allergic conjunctivitis.

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Bermuda Grass
Bermuda Grass

Bermuda grass is a significant grass allergen.

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