The effect of meteorological factors on the daily variation of airborne fungal spores in Granada (southern Spain)

@article{Sabariego2000TheEO,
  title={The effect of meteorological factors on the daily variation of airborne fungal spores in Granada (southern Spain)},
  author={S. Sabariego and C. D{\'i}az de la Guardia and F. Alba},
  journal={International Journal of Biometeorology},
  year={2000},
  volume={44},
  pages={1-5}
}
Abstract A study was made of the link between climatic factors and the daily content of certain fungal spores in the atmosphere of the city of Granada in 1994. Sampling was carried out with a Burkard 7-day-recording spore trap. The spores analysed corresponded to the taxa Alternaria, Ustilago and Cladosporium, with two morphologically different spore types in the latter genus, cladosporioides and herbarum. These spores were selected both for their allergenic capacity and for the high level of… Expand

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