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- Šaulienė, Ingrida; Šukienė, Laura; Kainov, Denis; Greičiuvienė, Jūratė
- Aerobiologia 2016 v.32 no.2 pp. 157-170
- hay fever, etc ; Betula; allergens; carbon dioxide; climate change; flora; geographical distribution; humans; lifestyle; nose; people; pollen; pollination; quality of life; vegetation; Lithuania; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Populations worldwide have been increasingly affected by allergic rhinitis associated with pollen allergens. Alterations in the geographical distribution of pollinating flora resulting from climatic changes and increased production of pollens caused by higher atmospheric CO₂, have changed the environment in which humans reside. This study, carried out in Lithuania, aimed to demonstrate how people ...
- Firoze Quamar, Md.; Bera, Samir Kumar
- Aerobiologia 2016 v.32 no.4 pp. 645-655
- hay fever, etc ; Amaranthaceae; Artemisia; Caryophyllaceae; Diospyros; Flacourtia; Grewia; Justicia; Lannea coromandelica; Madhuca longifolia; Mitragyna; Phyllanthus emblica; Poaceae; Shorea robusta; Syzygium; Tectona grandis; Terminalia; Xanthium; algae; allergenicity; asthma; conjunctivitis; contact dermatitis; deciduous forests; eczema; ferns and fern allies; food allergies; grasses; ground vegetation; herbs; insect pollination; planting; pollen; pollen rain; provenance; riparian areas; shrubs; spores; trees; webs; India; Show all 41 Subjects
- ... Pollen analyses of spider web samples, collected from the recently planted Tectona grandis (T. grandis, teak)-dominated tropical deciduous forest of Bhulsidih Village, Korba District (Chhattisgarh, central India), shed light on the relationship between the extant vegetation and pollen rain. The study revealed the dominance of pollen of herbs and trees, whereas shrubs, fern spores and algal remains ...