volume 75, issue 3, P433-444 1988
DOI: 10.1002/j.1537-2197.1988.tb13457.x
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Abstract: A technique is presented that is capable of predicting the motion of airborne pollen grains and the probability of pollen capture by wind‐pollinated plants. Equations for the motion of rigid‐walled particles (= pollen grains, spores, or Sephadex beads) in a supporting, compressible fluid (= air) are derived from the first principles of fluid dynamics. These equations are incorporated into a computer program (MODEL) which can be used with a desktop computer. The operation of MODEL requires empirical data on th…

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