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European allergenic pollen types

, : European allergenic pollen types. Aerobiologia 8(3): 447-450

In order to understand and help to control allergies, aeropalynological studies have been conducted in Europe. Since 1985, pollen data have been collected from 66 stations, situated in 19 European countries.

Accession: 002373923

DOI: 10.1007/bf02272914

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