Occurrence of Didymella ascospores in western and southern Poland in 2004–2006

  title={Occurrence of Didymella ascospores in western and southern Poland in 2004–2006},
  author={Danuta Stępalska and Agnieszka Grinn-Gofroń and Katarzyna Piotrowicz},
The concentration of airborne Didymella spores has been investigated at two monitoring sites situated along the west-south transect in Poland (Szczecin, Kraków), i.e. from a height of 100 to 219 m, respectively, above sea level. The aerobiological monitoring of fungal spores was performed by means of two Lanzoni volumetric spore traps. The high Didymella spore numbers were observed at both cities in June, July and August. Statistically significant correlations have been found mainly between the… CONTINUE READING

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