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The effect of atmospheric pollution onVitis viniferaL. pollen ultrastructure under natural conditions

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Journal
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety
0147-6513
Publisher
Elsevier
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Volume
8
Issue
3
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DOI: 10.1016/0147-6513(84)90023-x

Abstract

Abstract The ultrastructural modifications of pollen grains in Vitis vinifera L. variety and hybrids in areas of SO 2 atmospheric pollution (the main polluting SO 2 usually reaches 2.72 mg/m 3), nitrogen oxide, and other gases derived from noniron metal processing factories have been studied. Strains 1001 and 1002, resistant varieties, do not undergo ultrastructural modifications. Neuburger and Issabelle, medium resistant ones, have a heterogeneity in ultrastructural organization from normal forms to forms having both wall covers as well as the main organelles changed.

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