By Prof. Dr. med. G. Boehm (auth.), Prof. G. Boehm, Ruth M. Leuschner PhD (eds.)
I Introduction.- Aerobiology — its previous and its future.- Philipp Herries Gregory, FRS, DSc (1907-1986).- II Airborne pollen and biometeorology.- 1. Lectures of common importance.- Environmental impacts on deposition of airborne particles.- impact of inversion layers at the day-by-day pollen count number and at the allergic assaults of sufferers in Basel (Switzerland).- affects of toxins and climate on obstructive breathing tract illnesses of youngsters in Berlin (West).- comparability of contemporary and quarternary pollen data.- Biometeorology and its relation to pollen count.- Correlation among aerobiological and phytogeographical investigations within the Florence region (Italy).- 2. Airborne pollen in several countries.- Air sampling experiences in a tropical zone. 4 yr results.- A examine of airborne pollen grains of Alexandria (Egypt).- Air borne pollen sorts of allergenic value in India.- Survey of atmospheric pollens in numerous provinces of Thailand.- III Allergology and airborne particles.- 1. Lectures of basic significance: prognosis and therapy.- Inhalative allergens.- courting of airborne pollen and spores to signs at the epidermis and mucous membranes of sufferers within the excessive altitude weather in Davos (Switzerland).- reviews with the «Individual Pollen Collector» constructed via G. Boehm.- Airborne pollens and indicators in allergic sufferers present process immunotherapy.- 2. specific allergens: Pollen.- tracking of atmospheric stipulations and forecast of Olive pollen season (Bari, Italy).- Pollen yield of 2 cvs. of Olea europaea L. («Manzanillo» and «Swan hill») (Tucson, Arizona).- Annual and day-by-day version of pollen from Olea europea L. within the surroundings of Cordoba (Spain) alongside 12 months of sampling.- Chestnut pollen counts regarding sufferers pollinosis in Paris.- Pollen counts of ragweed and mugwort (Cour Collector) in 1984 measured at 12 meteorological facilities within the Rhone Bassin and surrounding areas (France).- Allergic reactivity to Parthenium hysterophorus pollen: An unrecognized kind I allergen.- three. assorted aeroallergens.- Aeroallergens in big apple inner-city residences of asthmatics.- four. distinct allergens: Fungus spores.- Indoor mould spore publicity: features of 127 houses in southern California with endogenous mould problems.- Intrinsic variability in airborne fungi: Implications for allergen standardization.- medical cross-reactions among a number of moulds with specific connection with Fusarium.- medical importance of airborne Alternaria tenuis-spores: Seasonal signs confident epidermis and bronchial problem exams with Alternaria in matters with bronchial asthma and rhinitis.- prevalence of Alternaria Nees ex Fr. in indoor and outdoors habitats in Cordoba (Spain).- Concentrations of airborne Botrytis conidia, and frequency of allergic sensitization to Botrytis extract.- five. exact allergens: Algae.- Microalgae as aeroplankton and allergens.- 6. designated allergens: bugs and mites.- Sensitizations opposed to Tribolium confusum Du Val in sufferers with occupational and nonoccupational exposure.- Gibbium psylloides («mite beetle») as an inhalative allergen.- Investigations of allergen-containing airborne dirt and dust samples from the inner of the house.- apartment airborne dirt and dust mite in several altitudes of Orisons (Switzerland.- Guanine dosage in condo dirt samples and quantification of mite allergens.- IV Air, our environment.- 1. Lectures of common importance.- The quantitative importance of asbestos fibres within the ambient air.- The indoor asbestos challenge: evidence and questions.- results of temporary publicity to ambient nitrogen dioxide concentrations on human bronchial reactivity and lung function.- Mutagenic and carcinogenic results of airborne particulate subject from polluted components on human and rodent tissue cultures.- Modulation of pulmonary security mechanisms via acute exposures to Nitrogen Dioxide.- Lysosome reaction and cytoskeleton alteration in phone cultures uncovered to airborne lead.- 2. outdoors air.- future health dangers from respirable dusts produced in the course of the operation of massive harvesters.- The impact of meteorological and pollution components on acute illnesses of the airlines in young children as illustrated through the Biel zone (Switzerland).- Airborne crystals of anhydrous Calcium Sulphate — a brand new air pollutant.- Goniometrie dirt measurements in the course of a sea voyage from the northern to the southern hemisphere, alongside the Antarctic coast, and at a coast station in Antarctica.- three. Indoor air.- Inquiries obtained through the California indoor air caliber software on organic contaminants in buildings.- Microbial and mud pollutants in non-industrial paintings places.- Filters of an airconditioning install as disseminators of fungal spores.- The development affliction syndrome: Comparative reports in air conditioned and traditional heated buildings.- Bioaerosols and workplace construction air flow system.- Radon and its decay items within the indoor atmosphere: Radiation publicity and threat estimation.- V Phytopathology.- Uniformity of airspora concentrations.- Ozone and acidic inputs into forests in Northwest USA.- results of acidic fog containing H2O2 at the sensitivity of agricultural plants to big fungal diseases.- unfold of Barley mould through wind and its value for Phytopathology, Aerobiology and for Barley cultivation in Europe.- Falling behaviour of steriUzed and slept fruitefly and melonfly.- VI Microbiology.- Airborne unfold of microorganisms affecting animals.- development of mathematical versions for predicting the airborne unfold of foot-and-mouth disease.- nice particle aerosols in experimental Legionnaires’ sickness: Their function in an infection and treatment.- the scale distribution of whirlpool-generated droplets, their skill to comprise micro organism and their disposition strength within the human respiration tract.- Bacterial atmospheric infection in wastewater therapy plants.- Airborne Gram adverse micro organism linked to the dealing with of family waste.- VII equipment in aerobiology.- exact functions of the Burkard-Sampler for gathering airborne pollen and spores I. Semi-quantitative non-stop decision of dust-particles, soot, flue ash and so on. that may turn on ailments of the breathing tract.- specific functions of the Burkard-Sampler for amassing airborne pollen and sporesII. list of radioactive airborne dirt and dust (after Chernobyl) within the air of Basel (Switzerland).- potency of a brand new sampler in sampling Betula pollen for antigen analyses.- assortment potency of 2 samplers for microbiological aerosols.- Microorganisme as organic signs of air pollution.- Statistical correlation of deposition information on eight air pollution to lichen information in a small city in Switzerland.- tools for every year comparisons of aeropalynological data.- plane sampling of the higher airspora.- ways to decrease allergic results: removing of allergens (pollen, mites, indoor dirt, micro organism, gases etc.) from indoor air.
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Advances in Aerobiology: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Aerobiology, August 6–9, 1986, Basel, Switzerland by Prof. Dr. med. G. Boehm (auth.), Prof. G. Boehm, Ruth M. Leuschner PhD (eds.)