The survival ratio of Aspergillus spores exposed to ultraviolet radiation has been measured as a function of total incident energy for wave lengths of 2537 Å, 3022 Å, 3129 Å, and 3650 Å.
The effect of humidity on killing of Aspergillus spores by ultraviolet radiation has been found to be negligible.
A delay in germination as a result of irradiation has been found.
The Bunsen-Roscoe reciprocity law has been found to hold within the limits of the radiation intensities studied.
Certain morphological changes have been observed.