Laboratory and Field GlossaryThere are 196 entries in this glossary.
Background material outside the material of study/interest. Can include particulates such as synthetic and natural fibers, dust, cells, and minerals.
The process of eliminating lead contamination from building surfaces, and property by cloths, mops, or other utensils dampened with water and disposed of as lead contaminated waste.
|Decontamination Enclosure System||
A minimum a two
Media where individual known amounts of ingredients are used.
The tearing liberation of conidia.
Pigmented spores. Usually brown, black, or grayish.
The wrecking or taking out of any load supporting structural member of a facility together with any related handling operations.
Skin, hair, and/or nail fungal infection.
One of several fungi that infect keratin based cells such as skin, nails, hair.
|Deteriorated Lead Based Paint||
Lead Based Paint or a surface coating that is cracking, chalking, flaking, chipping, peeling, non
Describes a conidiogenous cell that produces no more than one spore.
Medium that allows differentiation between growths of interests and other colonies.
Having two forms of development. A common example is the ability of Penicillium marneffei to produce at room temperature a filamentous fungi, but develop as a yeast in body
California Division of Occupational Safety & Health or Cal/OSHA.
Department of Transportation
California Department of Public Health
California Department of Toxic Substances Control