The Air Spora Download Ebook PDF Epub Online

Author : Maureen E. Lacey
Jonathan S. West
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release : 2007-02-03
Page : 156
Category : Science
ISBN 13 : 0387302530
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This is an illustrated guide to trapping, identifying and quantifying airborne biological particles such as fungus, plant spores and pollen. Including a comprehensive review of what is in the air and detailing the historical development of theories leading to modern aerobiology, the book explains the fundamental processes behind airborne dispersal and techniques used to sample, identify and quantify biological particles. Includes photographs and 9 colour reproductions of paintings of airborne particles.


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Author : J. E. Sheridan
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Release : 1976
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Author : Frank Lelin Lyon
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Release : 1980
Page : 216
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Author : P. H. Gregory
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Release : 1958
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Release : 1971
Page : 624
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Release : 1973
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Author : A. J. Khuthubutheen
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Release : 1981
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Author : D. A. Mane
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Release : 1982
Page : 141
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Author : Sunduss Hussein Nasser
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Release : 1985
Page : 384
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Author : Philip Herries Gregory
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Release : 1973
Page : 377
Category : Air
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Historical introduction; Spores: their properties and sedimentation in still air; The atmosphere as an environment; Spora liberation; Liberation in splash droplets; Horizontal diffusion; Deposition processes; Natural deposition; Air sampling technique; The air spora neas the earth's surface; Survival in the atmosphere; The upper-air spora; Deposition in rain, snow, and hail; The air spora of enclosed spaces; Inhaled microbes; Deposition gradients and isolation.


Author : F. John Upsher
D. A. Griffiths
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Release : 1972
Page : 11
Category : Air
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Author : F. J. Upsher
D. A. Griffiths
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Release : 1973
Page : 10
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The 'exposed plate' method was used to trap airborne fungal spores in the open and in the jungle at Joint Tropical Research Unit (J.T.R.U.) at Innisfail, Queensland, over a period of three years. One hundred and nineteen genera were recorded and distinct seasonal and diurnal variation was observed in the more common ones. Spores of Cladosporium were more frequently trapped than any other genus at the cleared site and in the jungle. Curvularia, Geotrichum, Leptosphaerulina, Monilia, Penicillium and Nigrospora were also abundant and several other genera, including Aureobasidium, Fusarium, Paecilomyces and Periconia, were often present. The use of quantitative alginate filtration during the final year supplemented the exposed-plate data, but differences in the technique prevented close comparison of the results.


Author : Frederick John Upsher
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Release : 1971
Page : 392
Category : Fungi
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Author : Ruthann Zimmer
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Release : 1969
Page : 84
Category : Papaya
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Author : Josh D. McLoud
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Release : 2020
Page : 234
Category : Fungi
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Author : A. Ramalingam
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Release : 1962
Page : 161
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Author : M. Dransfield
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Release : 1966
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Author : David Lawrence Long
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Release : 1970
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Author : Robert George Rees
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Release : 1966
Page : 354
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