Zuzana Vašková

Zuzana Vašková
Comenius University Bratislava · Department of Botany

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September 2020 - June 2024
Comenius University Bratislava
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
September 2018 - June 2020
Comenius University Bratislava
Field of study
  • Biology (Department of Botany)
September 2014 - June 2018
Comenius University Bratislava
Field of study
  • Biology (Department of Molecular Biology)

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Publications (8)
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Temporal variation of airborne fern spore concentrations in Bratislava during the three years (2019‒2021) was studied using a Hirst-type aerospore sampler. Fern spores were frequently present in the air but at low concentrations. The total annual spore concentration recorded was 523 spores/m³, belonging to eight spore types of fern plants (Aspleniu...
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Over the period 2002–2019, air temperature and precipitation significantly increased regionally for Bratislava, which could lead to phenological changes in some plant species. This study aimed to analyse the changes in the intensity, timing, and duration of pollen seasons of three allergological important plant taxa (Alnus, Poaceae, Artemisia) in t...
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The Phl p 5 allergen of the plant species Phleum pratense is considered one of the most crucial grass pollen allergenic molecules inducing respiratory allergies. In this study, we evaluated seasonal variation in the concentration of both grass pollen and Phl p 5 allergens as well as the ratio allergen/pollen (pollen potency) in the air of Bratislav...
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Over the period 2002-2019, air temperature and precipitation significantly increased regionally for Bratislava, which could lead to phenological changes in some plant species. This study aimed to analyse the changes in the intensity, timing, and duration of pollen seasons of three allergological important plant taxa (Alnus, Poaceae, Artemisia) in t...
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This is the third of a series of papers intended to introduce the botanical excursions for students that are organised by the Department of Botany, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava. In this paper, we present our knowledge and experiences gained within the course Botany field practice for students of the second semester...
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Poaceae pollen and Phl p 5 allergen concentrations to determine whether airborne pollen concentrations alone are sufficient to reflect the actual allergenic potential of the air. The relationships between the mentioned pollen and allergen concentrations and associated environmental variables were also examined. The airborne particles were collected...

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