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- Elvira-Rendueles, Belén; Zapata, Juan J.; Miralles, Juan C.; Moreno, José M.; García-Sánchez, Antonio; Negral, Luis; Moreno-Grau, Stella
- The Science of the total environment 2017 v.583 pp. 478-486
- hay fever, etc ; Amaranthaceae; arid zones; autumn; bioaerosols; dry environmental conditions; flowering; meteorological data; patients; pollen; risk; spring; summer; Spain; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Species of the Amaranthaceae family are abundant in the Southeast of Spain, one of the driest areas in Europe. The Amaranthaceae include species of interest from the point of view of allergic diseases. With the expansion of aridity, many species belonging to this family will be favoured. The objectives of this study were: first, to define the prevalence of sensitization to Amaranthaceae pollen in ...
- Khwarahm, Nabaz R.; Dash, Jadunandan; Skjøth, C.A.; Newnham, R.M.; Adams-Groom, B.; Head, K.; Caulton, Eric; Atkinson, Peter M.
- The Science of the total environment 2017 v.578 pp. 586-600
- hay fever, etc ; Betula; allergens; chlorophyll; flowering; grasses; growing season; meteorology; monitoring; phenology; pollen; prediction; remote sensing; satellites; time series analysis; vegetation; United Kingdom; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Grass and birch pollen are two major causes of seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) in the UK and parts of Europe affecting around 15–20% of the population. Current prediction of these allergens in the UK is based on (i) measurements of pollen concentrations at a limited number of monitoring stations across the country and (ii) general information about the phenological status of the vegetation. ...