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Atlas of airborne fungal spores in Europe

Atlas of airborne fungal spores in Europe

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe
    • Subjects:
    • Fungi -- Spores -- Atlases.,
    • Fungi -- Europe -- Spores -- Atlases.,
    • Air -- Microbiology -- Europe -- Atlases.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Siwert Nilsson ; authors, A. Käärik ... [et al.].
      ContributionsNilsson, S. T. 1933-, Käärik, A. 1918-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK601 .A79 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 139 p. :
      Number of Pages139
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3496836M
      ISBN 100387119000
      LC Control Number82016898

      Airborne fungal spores contain allergens which can trigger a range of respiratory issues in humans such as allergies, asthma, and pathogenic infections of the respiratory tract. It is estimated that around 20% of the general population is atopic and easily get symptoms from normal fungal spores concentrations. Guidelines on Ambient Intramural Airborne Fungal Spores A Fairs1, AJ Wardlaw1, JR Thompson,2 CH Pashley1 1Aerobiology Unit, Institute for Lung Health, Department of Infection, Immunity and Infl ammation, University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom.

      Airborne Fungi in Indoor Environments. Estelle Levetin, PhD University of Tulsa. Fungal spores, commonly called mold spores, are a normal component of the outdoor air. They are present in the atmosphere anytime that the ground is not covered with ice or snow. 1. Author(s): Nilsson,S T(Siwert Tage),; Käärik,A(Aino), Title(s): Atlas of airborne fungal spores in Europe/ edited by Siwert Nilsson ; authors, A. Käärik.

      The web-version allows for a fast and very comfortable search through the entire Atlas text. The engine is fully equipped for title search, advanced search, and synonymous names. The website functions as a searchable database on all aspects of fungal diagnostics and pathogenicity. Book review Full text access Atlas of Airborne Fungal Spores in Europe: Siwert T. Nilsson (Editor). Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, , .


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The present atlas is addressed mainly to those who, departing from different spheres of interest, are studying the dispersal of fungus spores in the air, like aero biologists, plant pathologists, medical mycologists, allergologists, or those interested in spore morphology as a taxonomic tool.

The. Methods for studying airborne spores are described and critically discussed by e. Dimmick and Akers (), Ingold () and Gregory (). The actual content of fungus spores in the air is a result of complicated processes, all of which are influ­ enced by external factors in different ways.

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Get this from a library. Atlas of Airborne Fungal Spores in Europe. [A Käärik; J Keller; E Kiffer; J Perreau; O Reisinger; Siwert Nilsson] -- This book contains descriptions and illustrations of selected airborne fungal spores with special reference to their significance in medicine and plant pathology.

The illustrations consist of light. The atlas contains descriptions and illustrations (mainly scanning electron and light micrographs) of diaspores of 87 fungal spp.

from central and northern Europe, selected with reference to their relative presence in the air, taxonomic representativity and morphological variability. Information on terminology and life cycles and on diaspores occurring in specialized environments is included.

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An atlas of fungal spores. Monitoring these airborne fungal spores during – was carried out by means of Hirst-type spore trap to investigate their airborne spore concentrations with. Atlas of airborne pollen grains and spores in northern Europe [S.

T Nilsson] on wiztechinplanttraining.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying wiztechinplanttraining.com: S. T Nilsson. As mentioned earlier, airborne fungal spores can pose major health and economic risks to humans, animal populations and even plants.

Therefore, there is need to be aware of the composition and concentration of airborne fungal spores to better control them. Kupte si knihu Atlas of Airborne Fungal Spores in Europe:: za nejlepší cenu se slevou. Podívejte se i na další z miliónů zahraničních knih v naší nabídce. Zasíláme rychle a levně po ČR.

Atlas of airborne pollen grains and spores in northern Europe. Responsibility Siwert Nilsson, Joseph Praglowski and Lennart Nilsson. Pollen > Europe, Northern > Identification. Plant spores > Identification.

Phytogeography > Europe, Northern > Maps. Bibliographic information. Conidial types collected daily in the air above a vineyard in northwest Spain were identified and counted. A total of 26 fungal spore types were recognised; ten of which (Cladosporium, Botrytis.

Jun 05,  · Abstract. The concentration of fungal spores in the atmosphere of Madrid was recorded and analyzed for the year Airborne spores were sampled continuously with a Hirst-type spore trap located on the roof of a building of the School of Pharmacy, at about 8 m above ground wiztechinplanttraining.com by: THE BOOK YOU ARE LOOKING FOR READY TO READ Read Online or Download "The Generic Names Proposed For Hymenomycetes" Free Now, Create your account in our book library, so you can find out the latest books ~ bestsellers and get them for free, more than 1 million copies of the book.

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Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Jun 14,  · The only course you'll ever need to master fungal spore sampling, identification, enumeration and data interpretation. Develop skills to enable you. Reasons for Conducting Air Sampling For Fungal Spores Air sampling.

Sampling for airborne fungal spores may be conducted for a number of reasons including assessing the air quality, detection of pathogenic organisms, epidemiological surveys and predictions, detection of mycotoxin producing fungi, or detection and measurement of exposure to allergenic fungi and actinomycetes.

As mentioned earlier there are currently no guidelines on acceptable levels of airborne fungal spores exposure. However, existing evidence suggests that for non-sensitized persons, very high concentrations of spores would be required for them to experience any health effects. In his book, The Fifth Kingdom (third edition), Dr.

Bryce Kendrick states that about 20% of the human population is. The two most prevalent fungal infections in hospitals are caused by Candida and Aspergillus species.

These organisms can occur naturally in the exterior environment and enter as spores or active fungi attached to dust particles. Rainer J; Peintner U; Pöder R. Biodiversity and concentration of airborne fungi in a hospital environment.

The measured culturability values above % (some were much greater than %) may be attributed to the growth of fungal mycelium fragments on the nutrient medium. Fungal mycelium cannot be counted as fungal spores under the microscope.

However, both fungal spores and mycelium can form colonies on the agar medium (Lee et al., ).Cited by: Jan 16,  · Common Airborne And Indoor Fungi And Their Spores. Last the conidia of this genus from air samples because of wide variations within the genera and similarity with other fungal spores.

More often its airborne conidia were considered unidentified single-celled spores. G. S., J. Guarro, J. Gene, and M. J. Figueras, Atlas of Clinical Fungi.Mar 01,  · title = "Alternaria spores in the air across Europe: abundance, seasonality and relationships with climate, meteorology and local environment", abstract = "We explored the temporal and spatial variations in airborne Alternaria spore quantitative and phenological features in Europe using 23 sites with annual time series between 3 and 15 wiztechinplanttraining.com by: