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Airborne pollen grains in Zonguldak, Turkey, 2001-2002

Kaplan A.

Article | 2004 | Acta Botanica Sinica46 ( 6 ) , pp.668 - 674

The variation in airborne pollen concentration of the Zonguldak region, Turkey was studied for two consecutive years 2001-2002 using a Durham sampler. During this period, a total of 61 304 pollen grains belonging to 43 taxa were recorded. Of these 43 taxa, 26 belonged to arboreal and 17 to non-arboreal plants. The main pollen types were Pinaceae, Populus, Carpinus, Betula, Corylus, Fagus orientalis, Castanea sativa, Alnus glutinosa, Quercus, Cupressaceae, Chenopodiaceae and Gramineae, representing 96.7% of the pollen spectrum. Pollen concentration reached the highest level in March.

Daily Ambrosia pollen concentration in the air of Ankara, Turkey (1990-1999)

Kaplan A. | Sakiyan N. | Pinar N.M.

Article | 2003 | Acta Botanica Sinica45 ( 12 ) , pp.1408 - 1412

The airborne ragweed pollen spectrum was investigated in the air of Ankara, Turkey for a period of ten years (1990-1999) using a Burkard seven-day volumetric recording trap. In our study period, long distance transported Ambrosia pollen has been registered. Daily pollen levels varied from low to high in Burge's system. In last three years, the pollen concentration of Ambrosia showed a clear increasing tendency. Our results prove that ragweed pollen may be an important threat for ragweed sensitive patients in Ankara city in near future.

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