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Airborne pollen, spores, and other plant materials of India

P. K. K. Nair

Airborne pollen, spores, and other plant materials of India

a survey : report of the All India Co-ordinated Project on Aerobiology

by P. K. K. Nair

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Published by Published jointly by CSIR Centre for Biochemicals & National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.,
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Pollen -- India,
    • Fungi -- India -- Spores,
    • Algae -- India -- Spores,
    • Air -- Microbiology -- India,
    • Allergens -- India,
    • Plants, Flowering of -- India -- Flowering time,
    • Pollination -- India,
    • Phytogeography -- India

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      StatementP.K.K. Nair and A.P. Joshi & S.V. Gangal.
      ContributionsJoshi, A. P. 1932-, Gangal, S. V. 1937-, All India Co-ordinated Project on Aerobiology.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK658 .N28 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination224 p., [6] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages224
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2510115M
      LC Control Number87902129

      The status of Cocos nucifera and other Palmae as nectar plant was not clear. A few other plants, including Solanum sp., Rhizophora mangle, a member of the Anacardiaceae (with Rhus-type pollen) and Tapirira guianensis, were identified as good local nectar sources. Pollen grains of Cecropia (a nectarless plant) were found in nearly all samples. Sep 21,  · “Other allergens common during seasonal changes are tree and grass pollen whereas mould spores grow on decaying matter indoors and outdoors, and increase in hot and damp environments,” he said.

      Many species of fungi around the home grow on food and other organic materials such as damp paper, textiles and wood. Fungi produce allergens, enzymatic proteins, toxins and volatile organic compounds that cause respiratory disease. Various strains of airborne molds have been implicated as the cause of asthma and hypersensitivity pneumonitis. Pollen is a fine to coarse powdery substance comprising pollen grains which are male microgametophytes of seed plants, which produce male gametes (sperm cells). Pollen grains have a hard coat made of sporopollenin that protects the gametophytes during the process of their movement from the stamens to the pistil of flowering plants, or from the male cone to the female cone of coniferous plants.

      Mar 01,  · Because airborne pollen is carried for long distances. it does little good to rid an area of an offending plant--the pollen can drift in from many miles away. In addition, most allergenic pollen comes from plants that produce it in huge quantities. A single ragweed plant can generate a million grains of pollen a day. USDA, NRCS Tucson Plant Materials Center, Tucson, Arizona Species Coordinator M. Kat Anderson USDA, NRCS, National Plant Data Center c/o Department of Environmental Horticulture, University of California, Davis, California Edited 05dec00 jsp; 19may03 ahv; 05jun06 jsp For more information about this and other plants, please contact.


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Airborne pollen, spores, and other plant materials of India by P. K. K. Nair Download PDF EPUB FB2

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, Arvind Purushottam Joshi, Sharad Vishwanath Gangal. Published jointly by CSIR Centre for Biochemicals & National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow, - Air - pages. Abstract. And other plant materials of India book magnitude of allergic problems in India is alarming.

The morbidity surveys conducted at few places in India have revealed that more than 1% of the country’s population ( millions) suffer from bronchial asthma alone, and another 3–4% of the population are estimated to be afflicting from allergic rhinitis A rough estimate reveals that more than 10% suffer from major allergic Cited by: 5.

Pollen and Spores: Applications with Special Emphasis on Aerobiology and Allergy - CRC Press Book Palynology finds applications in various fields. Some of them are taxonomy, plant evolution, plant breeding programmes, biotechnology, microbiology of water, soil and air, the pharmaceutical industry, cosmetic industry, energy food industry.

of airborne spores in the Potato plantation of Upper Shillong, J Gauhati University 9,81 – 89, Aeromycoflora at the foat hills of Eastern Himalayas.

Indian J. Aerobio 13,14 – 19, 8. Nair P KK, Joshi A P and Gangal SV (Edts).Airbor ne pollen, Spores and other Plant Materials of India. Apr 01,  · Nair P. Joshi A. Gangal S. Airborne pollen spores and other plant materials of India. CSIRO Centre Biochemicals Delhi and Lucknow.

Pandurajan A. Surryanarayanan J. A survey of mycoflora associated with some fresh vegetable and fruits in a market at Saidpeth market. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 7 Cited by: Mumbai.

Nair et al. () surveyed the airborne pollen, spores and other materials of India. Bhat and Rajasab () studied the incidenc,e of airborne fungal spores at two different sites in Gulbarga.

Malik et al. () investigated the concentration of pollen allergens at human height. 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.

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, –May 31, ). Pollen and Spore Evidence in Forensics. How rapidly airborne pollen and spores sink to the.

photomicrographs of different plant pollen taxa from Lucknow, India: Implications of pollen. The main references for the identification of pollen grains was “An Illustrated Handbook of Quaternary Pollen and Spore in China”, “Color Atlas of Airborne Pollens and Plants in China”, “Airborne and Allergen Pollen Grains in China” and “Pollen Flora of China (2nd Ed.)”.Author: Ananna Rahman, Chuanxiu Luo, Bishan Chen, Simon Haberle, Hafijur Rahaman Khan, Weiming Jiang, Rong X.

Seasonal variation of fungal propagules in a fruit market environment, Nagpur (India) Abstract. The concentration of airborne fungal spores in a marketenvironment was examined to provide basic information needed to evaluatethe importance of varying levels and flatmountaingirls.com by: In practice, therefore, fungal spores and other airborne particles can be grouped into two broad categories - those that can impact on surfaces (impactors), and those that are smaller and are only removed from the air by sedimentation in prolonged calm.

Jul 25,  · H. integrifolia is an important pollen allergen of India cross reacts with P. judaica, on the other hand, is a very dominant pollen allergen of the Mediterranean region. integrifolia and P. judaica pollens share cross-reactive as well as unique epitopes [ ].Cited by: Fungal growth is often found on wet or damp carpets, upholstered furniture, showers, shower curtains, other bathroom fixtures, potted plants, and the soil around potted plants.

With indoor sources, the spore composition indoors and outdoors is different and some spore types indoors are significantly higher indoors than outdoors. Jan 19,  · It has been used in hundreds of studies of airborne pollen and plant- or fungal-spores, particularly in modified forms such as the Burkard seven-day spore trap, which replaces collection onto a glass slide by collection of particles onto adhesive tape Cited by: Spores and pollen are productive organs of plants, Pteridophyres and some of the more primitive plants, such as bryophytes, algae and fungi, produce spores by which new generation of plant is reproduced sexually or nonsexually.

Seed plants (spermatophytes), including gymnosperms and angiosperms. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

Feb 11,  · Have a look at some of the most popular options that are available in India and are known to effectively protect you from pollution. pollen, spores and other airborne disease-causing. Pleurotus ostreatus, cladosporium, and Calvatia cyathiformis are significant airborne spores.

Other significant fungal allergens include aspergillus and alternaria-penicillin families. In India Fomes pectinatus is a predominant air-borne allergen affecting up to 22 percent of patients with respiratory allergies. Nov 17,  · Fighting Crime, With Pollen. Palynology is the study of pollen grains and other spores.

“in the United States, the number of pine trees relative to other plants Author: Elon Green. To make matters worse, new data shows a strong connection between overexposure to pollen and mold spores and increases in other diseases such as heart disease, autism, pneumonia and reflux disease.

However, these allergies aren't just an immutable fact of nature — they can be prevented.Air Spora. The atmosphere is filled with abundant airborne spores.

These are produced by fungi in the natural environment. These may be fungi growing in the soil or on leaf surfaces. Although the majority of these fungi are saprobes, existing on dead or non-living organic material, other fungi may be plant or animal pathogens.The cause of season allergies in Canada is usually tree pollen in April-May, grass pollen in June-July and ragweed pollen from August to October, plus mould spores around mid-July.