Tree barks as a natural trap for airborne spores and pollen grains from China
Tree barks as a natural trap for airborne spores and pollen grains from China
作者: Xiaoyan SongSubir BeraYifeng YaoDavid K. FergusonChengsen LiCollege of Agronomy, Shanxi Agricultural UniversityState Key Laboratory of Systematic and Evolutionary Botany, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of SciencesDepartment of Botany, University of CalcuttaDepartment of Paleontology, University of Vienna, Althanstrasse 14, A-1090 Vienna, Austria
刊名: 科学通报(英文版), 2014(19), pp.2331-2339
中文刊名: Chinese Science Bulletin, 2014(19), pp.2331-2339
来源数据库: CJFDTEMP_U
DOI: CNKI:SUN:JXTW.0.2014-19-017
关键词: Airborne spores and pollen Barks China Natural trap
英文摘要: The present article deals with the use of tree barks as a natural trap for airborne spores and pollen grains in China.The study carried out at the southern part of Beijing Botanical Garden,Institute of Botany,Chinese Academy of Sciences has yielded a variety of palynomorphs mostly belonging to tree taxa.New methodologies for extraction of palynomorphs from tree barks have been suggested.Bark samples were collected from three taxa,i.e.,Paulownia fortunei Hemsl.(Scrophulariaceae),Quercus dentata Thunb.(Fagaceae),and Picea meyeri Rehder&E.H.Wilson(Pinaceae)having different bark morphologies.P.fortunei with a comparatively soft and fissured bark is believed to have a greater potential for trapping airborne spores and pollen grains compared to the stiff and less fissured barks of Q.dentata and...
中文摘要: The present article deals with the use of tree barks as a natural trap for airborne spores and pollen grains in China.The study carried out at the southern part of Beijing Botanical Garden,Institute of Botany,Chinese Academy of Sciences has yielded a variety of palynomorphs mostly belonging to tree taxa.New methodologies for extraction of palynomorphs from tree barks have been suggested.Bark samples were collected from three taxa,i.e.,Paulownia fortunei Hemsl.(Scrophulariaceae),Quercus dentata Thunb.(Fagaceae),and Picea meyeri Rehder&E.H.Wilson(Pinaceae)having different bark morphologies.P.fortunei with a comparatively soft and fissured bark is believed to have a greater potential for trapping airborne spores and pollen grains compared to the stiff and less fissured barks of Q.dentata and...
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