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aerobiology

[‚e·rō‚bī′äl·ə·jē]
(biology)
The study of the atmospheric dispersal of airborne fungus spores, pollen grains, and microorganisms; and, more broadly, of airborne propagules of algae and protozoans, minute insects such as aphids, and pollution gases and particles which exert specific biologic effects.
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Data from this aerobiological station is currently in operation and provides the information to the European Aeroallergen Network, EAN (http://www.
The aim of our research--to analyze the relation of flowering of local plants and airborne pollen concentration basing upon long-term phonological data and aerobiological situation in Lithuania.
Combined effects of aerobiological pollutants, chemical pollutants and meteorological conditions on asthma admissions and A & E attendances in Derbyshire UK, 1993-1996.
In the first session of the conference, training for wildlife and aerobiological analysis was delivered by Arifa Sosan from University of EssexUK, Hassan Ali from WWF, Prof Abdul Qadir, Dr Sikander Sultan, Dr.
To increase awareness among target groups identified across Europe to the importance of integrated information on aerobiological, chemical and clinical forecasts for health improvement among people suffering from pollen allergies; and
An aerobiological perspective of dust in cage-housed and floor-housed poultry operations.
The objectives of this study are to present a new simple pluviometric/gravimetric spore/pollen trap and propose a spore/pollen-density rain method, based on the particle frequency and sampling area, which would facilitate ecological inferences about rainfall and Biological Airborne Particle (BAP) deposition, so as to avoid the overrepresentation of the percentage and diverse aerobiological methods.
Pollen allergenic potential nature of some trees species: A multidisciplinary approach using aerobiological, immunochemical and hospital.