Atlas of Airborne Fungal Spores in Europe

  title={Atlas of Airborne Fungal Spores in Europe},
  author={Aino K{\"a}{\"a}rik and Jean Keller and Etienne Kiffer and Jacqueline Perreau and Otto Reisinger},
  booktitle={Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
Terminology and Life-Cycles.- Glossary of Terms.- Plates.- Spore Descriptions.- Fungal Airborne Dispores in Different Environments.- References. 
Seasonal variation of airborne fungal spore concentrations in a vineyard of North-West Spain
Conidial types collected daily in the air above a vineyard in northwest Spain were identified and counted, and seasonal patterns are shown for 12 of the identified taxa.
Air-Sampling Studies in a Tropical Area
Abstract Studies of the atmosphere in Venezuela disclosed that a large variety of airborne fungus spores may be trapped by a simple gravimetric method. Thirty-three of the 143 different types trapped
Airborne fungal spore content in the atmosphere of the city of La Plata, Argentina
A great diversity of morphological types in this outdoor environment is revealed, showing a strong dominance of the Imperfect Fungi, whose components have seasonal rates.
First fungal spore calendar for the atmosphere of Bratislava, Slovakia
Seasonal patterns of the type and number of spores in the air will provide clinicians and sufferers of allergic asthma and rhinitis as well as agronomists with valuable information on the prophylaxis of respiratory allergic and plant diseases, respectively.
Monitoring of airborne fungi in Madrid (Spain)
Aeromycological sampling during 2003 and 2004 in the atmosphere of the university campus in Madrid, showed a greater presence of spores during the spring (April–June) and from August to November. Of
Air-spore in Cartagena, Spain: viable and non-viable sampling methods.
The quantitative results of airborne fungal spores identified by the Hirst-type air sampler (non-viable method), showed that Deuteromycetes represented 74% of total annual spore counts, Cladosporium being the major component of the fungal spectrum (62.2%), followed by Alternaria (5.3%), and Stemphylium (1.3%).
Concentrations and dynamics of fungal spore populations in the air of Zarqa, Jordan, using the volumetric method
Investigation of seasonal and intradiurnal variations in concentrations of airborne fungal spores of the Zarqa area in Jordan suggested that results of spore trapping and settle plate exposures can be complementary but not comparable except in the fact that Cladosporium was the most common fungi in both.
Airborne fungi in an Italian rice mill
SummaryStudies employing volumetric spore trap (VSP) and gravity settling culture plates (GSC) were conducted in order to analyse the air spora of a rice mill at Pavia, Italy, from October-December
Survey of airborne culturable and non-culturable fungi at different sites in Delhi metropolis.
In general fungal concentration was high from July to April with low counts in winter (January) and dry and hot summer (May-June).
Mycobial Deterioration of Stone Monuments of Dharmarajika, Taxila
A total of nineteen fungal species belonging to thirteen genera were isolated from colored stains, patinas and biofilms produced on the surfaces of monuments due to mechanism of biodeterioration to understand the corrosive effects of their metabolic secretions on stone materials.


A Dictionary of the Fungi.
For each genus, the authority, the date of publication, status, systematic position, number of accepted species, distribution, and key references are given. Diagnoses of families and details of
This part deals with the generic names proposed for Hymenolichenes, a very limited group of Hymenomycetes, which seems to be the correct name for the genus.
An Atlas of Airborne Pollen Grains
The finding of a hsemolvsin only during the severe attack in this patient is therefore not surprising.
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