AEROBIOLOGY

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AEROBIOLOGY by Mind Map: AEROBIOLOGY

1. Defination

1.1. Study of airborne micro Bio-Particles is aerobiology

1.1.1. Viral Particle

1.1.2. bacteria

1.1.3. Pollen

1.1.4. Fungal spores

1.1.5. Dust mites

1.2. Out of this fungal spore and pollen cause respiratory allergy: together called

1.2.1. AIRSPORA

1.2.1.1. 98 % fungal spore

1.2.1.2. 2 % pollen grains

1.2.2. Even though pollen grains constitute only 2 % of airspora , the % of respiarstory asllergy is much more then the fungal spore

2. POLLEN GRAINS

2.1. Pollen grains are powdery microscopic structure produced by flowers. The house the male gamates of plants

2.1.1. 2 gamate per pollen grain

2.2. PALYNOLOGY

2.2.1. Study of pollen grain

2.3. AEROPALYNOLOGY

2.3.1. Study of airborne pollen grain

2.4. STAMEN

2.4.1. ANTHER

2.4.1.1. produce pollen grains

2.4.2. Filament

2.5. MODEL

2.5.1. COLPUS

2.5.1.1. 3

2.5.1.1.1. eg: Cassia Siamia : 3 colpolate reticulate ( cassod tree )

2.5.2. Aperture

2.5.3. Retuculate pattern / ornamentation/ spike

2.5.4. PORE

2.6. Structure

2.6.1. EXINE

2.6.1.1. outer wall

2.6.1.1.1. made of sporopollenin

2.6.1.1.2. Has characteristic ornamentation and aperture

2.6.1.1.3. APERTURES

2.6.2. Intine

2.6.2.1. Inner wall

2.7. SIZE & Shape

2.7.1. 12-100 microns

2.7.2. Circular to oval

2.7.2.1. max

2.7.3. Triangular

2.7.3.1. ferns

2.7.4. rectangular

2.7.4.1. Balsam plant

3. POLINATION

3.1. Defintion

3.2. MODE

3.2.1. ANEMOPHILOUS

3.2.1.1. WIND

3.2.1.2. PROLIFIC PRODUCTION

3.2.1.3. LIGHT ,SMALL, DRY,POWDERY , WITHout ELABORATE ORNAMENTATION WITHOUT ANY STICKY MATTER ON WALLS

3.2.1.4. Flowers: small, drab, Unattractive

3.2.1.5. EG.

3.2.1.5.1. Grass

3.2.2. ENTOMOPHILOUS

3.2.2.1. INSECTS

3.2.2.2. scanty production

3.2.2.3. Large, heavy, sticky with elaborate ornamentation

3.2.2.4. Flower Large showy, colorful

3.2.2.5. EG.

3.2.2.5.1. HIBISCUS ( JOBA Fool)

4. HISTORY

4.1. Blackley CH 1873

4.1.1. uk

4.1.1.1. pollen cause allergy

5. IDENTIFICATION

5.1. ATMOSPHERIC POLLEN MONITORING

5.1.1. 6 STAGES

5.1.1.1. LOCAL PLANT SURVEY.

5.1.1.2. Preparation of flowering calender

5.1.1.2.1. name of plant

5.1.1.2.2. HABIT

5.1.1.2.3. FAMILY

5.1.1.2.4. mode of pollination

5.1.1.2.5. PERIOD OF FLOWERING

5.1.1.3. Preparation of Pollen Reference slides

5.1.1.3.1. collect anther in 70% alcohol and make slides

5.1.1.4. Air Sampling with Air- Sampler

5.1.1.5. Preparation Of Pollen Calendar

5.1.1.6. Clinical Studies

6. Common Avenue Tree

6.1. PELTOPHORUM PETROCARPUM ( COPPER POD)- AMPHIPHALOUS

6.2. CASSIA SIAMEA: AMPHIPHALOUS

6.3. DELONIX REGIA (GULMOHUR) - ENTEMOPHILUS

6.4. SPATHODEA CAMPANULATA (AFRICAN TULIP) : ORNITHOPHILUS (BIRD POLLINATED)

6.5. TABEBUIA ARGENTIA : FEB :

6.6. TABEBUIA ROSEA : DEC

6.7. JACARANDA MIMOSIFOLIA

6.8. DOLICHANDRONE PLATYCALYX

6.9. PYROSTEGIA VENUSTA

6.10. SAMANEA SAMAN (RAIN TREE)

6.11. CASUARINA EQUISETIFOLIA

6.12. INFLORESCENCE OF CASUARINA- ANEMOPHILUS

6.12.1. TRI PORORATE

6.13. INFLORESCENCE OF COCOS NUCIFERA (COCONUT): ANEMOPHILUS

6.13.1. GRANULAR ORNAMENT + 1 COLPUS

6.14. MIMOSA PUDICA (TOUCH ME NOT)

6.15. PARTHENIUM HYSTEROPHORUS (CONGRESS GRASS )

6.15.1. EBQUITOUS , TRICOPO , SPIKY

6.16. RICINUS COMMUNIS (CASTOR PLANT) : ANEMOPHILIC

6.17. AMARANTHUS SPINOSUS: ANEMOPHI

7. PROTEINECIOUS MATTER COMES OUT OF APERTURE

7.1. NOSTRIL IS WARM AND STICKY POLLENS THINKS ITS STIGMA