Abstract Pollens of many plants located in public or private gardens may cause pollinosis in predisposed individuals. There is evidence that the prevalence of sensitization to “new” tree pollens (Betulaceae, Corylaceae, Cupressaceae, Taxodiaceae, and other families) is increasing in the recent years in Italy. Allergenic plants are often imported from foreign countries, therefore low-allergenic species must be recognized in order to prevent new pollen sensitizations. In this study we suggest a list of recommended and not-recommended plants for public and private green.

Airborne allergenic pollens in Padua: 1991-1996

BORDIN, ANNA;GEMIGNANI, CARLA;MARCER, GUIDO;CHIESURA, FRANCESCA
2000

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Abstract Pollens of many plants located in public or private gardens may cause pollinosis in predisposed individuals. There is evidence that the prevalence of sensitization to “new” tree pollens (Betulaceae, Corylaceae, Cupressaceae, Taxodiaceae, and other families) is increasing in the recent years in Italy. Allergenic plants are often imported from foreign countries, therefore low-allergenic species must be recognized in order to prevent new pollen sensitizations. In this study we suggest a list of recommended and not-recommended plants for public and private green.
2000
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