J Integr Plant Biol. ›› 2002, Vol. 44 ›› Issue (11): 1371-1375.
• Research Articles •
Adem BICAKCI, S¨1heyla ERGUN, Sevcan TATLIDIL, Hulusi MALYER, Sabri OZYURT, Ahmet AKKAYA and Nihat SAPAN
The airborne pollen grains of Afyon have been studied for a two year period (1999-2000) with a Durham sampler. A total of 14 367 pollen grains belonging to 40 taxa have been identified and recorded with some unidentified ones. Of them, 6 732 were identified in 1999 and 7 635 in 2000. Of the total pollen grains, 69.67% were arboreal, 26.64% non arboreal and 3.68 % unidentified. The majority of the investigated pollen grains were from Pinus,Gramineae, Cupressaceae,Platanus, Chenopodiaceae/Amaranthaceae, Quercus, Ailanthus, Moraceae, Juglans, Salix， Cedrus and Rosaceae. The highest level of pollen grains was in May.
Adem BICAKCI, S¨, heyla ERGUN, Sevcan TATLIDIL, Hulusi MALYER, Sabri OZYURT, Ahmet AKKAYA and Nihat SAPAN. Airborne Pollen Grains Of Afyon, Turkey[J]. J Integr Plant Biol., 2002, 44(11): 1371-1375.
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