2 edition of Maine air-borne pollen and fungous spore survey found in the catalog.
Maine air-borne pollen and fungous spore survey
|Statement||[by] Fay Hyland [and others]|
|LC Classifications||QK658 .H9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||54062449|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ogden, Eugene Cecil. Survey of airborne pollen and fungus spores of New York State. Albany, Univ. of the State of New York, Main types of fungal spore. Fungi come in a wide range of types and sizes, most are microscopic but some, such as mushrooms and bracket fungi, are quite large. Fungal spores themselves are all microscopic, some as small as two micrometres in size. Most fungi require warmth and humidity to grow, reproduce and release their spores into the.
This book provides a comprehensive view of the chemistry and biology of water, air and soil, particularly those aspects connected with the protection of the environment. The first part of the book presents fundamental information on the chemistry and biology of water in its natural state, and the effects of water pollution from industry. Airborne pollen concentrations vary depending on the location of the pollen trap with respect to the pollen sources. Two Hirst-type pollen traps were analyzed within the city of Munich (Germany): one trap was located 2 m above ground level (AGL) and the other one at rooftop (35 m AGL), km apart.
The pollen sacs contained in a flower do not all open at the same time. No pollen is released if the humidity is more than 80 percent, so those who have hay fever do not suffer as much on damp days unless they are also allergic to fungi and mold spores, which thrive under these conditions. Get Current Allergy Report for Augusta, ME (). Pollen Affects Allergy Sufferers. Pollen allergies are caused by airborne pollens, which are in the form of a very fine powder released by trees, grass, and weeds as they pollinate and fertilize other plants of the same kind. Depending on where you live, your sensitivity may vary dramatically.
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Survey of airborne pollen and fungus spores of New York State; a preliminary report. Related Titles. Series: Bulletin (New York State Museum and Science Service) ; no.
Ogden, Eugene Cecil. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. periodicities of these airborne fungal spores over a given period (Njokuocha and Osayi, ).
Furthermore, not much has been done on the study of air borne pollen and spores in Nigeria and Africa at large. Apart from the published works of Adekanmbi and Ogundipe (), Adeonipekun and John (), Adeonipekun. Airborne Pollen, Spores, and Other Plant Materials of India: A Survey: Report of the All India Co-ordinated Project on Aerobiology Parameswaran Krishnan Kutty Nair Published jointly by CSIR Centre for Biochemicals & National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow, - Air - pages.
Survey of airborne pollen and fungus spores of New York State; a preliminary report. Ogden, Eugene Cecil. Publication Details. Albany,Univ. of the State of New York, Year. Holding Institution.
If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and author information. Tree Pollen Count - Low. Tree pollen in terminal decline, just a little oak pollen still airborne. Fungal Spore Levels - Moderate. Cladosporium will rise to moderate levels, there will be some epiccocum airborne too.
A little Alternaria will be airborne but at mainly low risk. Visit our fungal spore webpage for more info. Weed Pollen Count. The National Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit (NPARU) is a specialist centre that is operated by the School of Science and the Environment, University of Worcester.
NPARU carries out research, teaching and commercial activities across a range of specific. A survey of pollen and fungal spores constituents of the atmosphere of Garki, Abuja (North-Central Nigeria) was carried out for 1 year (June 1, – ).
Survey of airborne pollen and fungus spores of New York State: a preliminary report. Ogden, Graphs] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : E. Ogden. 5-Day Allergy Forecast for cities in Maine provided by Airborne pollen and fungal spores are monitored mainly in highly populated, urban environments, for allergy prevention purposes.
However, their Cited by: The Air Spora is an illustrated guide to trapping, identifying and quantifying airborne biological particles such as fungus and plant spores and pollen. This book will be of use to anyone interested in aerobiology or studying applied aspects such as dispersal and effect of allergens, or human, animal and plant pathogens.
The peak of airborne pollen was from March to May in Shenzhen, and grains of pollen were found in aerial exposure, accounting for % of the annual total number of pollen in Shenzhen. Although there was no obvious difference in climate between the two cities, the results showed that there was a great difference in pollen between Cited by: 1.
A survey of pollen and fungal spores constituents of the atmosphere of Garki, Abuja (North-Central Nige-ria) was carried out for 1 year (June 1, – ). The aim of the study was to determine the prevalence and abundance of pollen and fungal spores in the atmosphere and their relationship with meteo-rological parameters.
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The operation of the Rapid-E monitoring station is based on. The relationship between airborne pollen and fungal spore concentrations and seasonal pollen allergy symptoms in Cracow in – Article in Aerobiologia 18(2) June with 11 Reads.
The ambient atmosphere is dominated with pollen and spores, which trigger allergic reactions and diseases and impact negatively on human health. A survey of pollen and fungal spores constituents of the atmosphere of Garki, Abuja (North-Central Nigeria) was carried out for 1 year (June 1, – ).
The aim of the study was to determine the prevalence and abundance of pollen Cited by: The deposition of air plankton, such as passively air-borne pollen grains or fungus spores, decreases with increasing distance from a source.
The factors controlling the scattering of air plankton are reviewed, and observed gradients of deposition are discussed with special reference to fungi Cited by: In industrialised countries, allergic rhinitis (AR) can affect more than 20% of the population, as has been reviewed by Linneberg ().This percentage varies among cities, countries and continents because of environmental and other factors, and can exceed 40% (e.g.
Brożek et al. ; Morais-Almeida et al. ; Sibbald and Strachen ).For example, the lifetime prevalence of Cited by: 4.