Microbiological air pollution in central part of Swietokrzyskie Mountains
The aim of the described experiment was the microbiological analysis of the air filters. The filters were monthly placed in APSA370 analizator in Monitoring Station of the Department of Environment Protection and Modelling Jan Kochanowski University on Saint Cross in the Swietokrzyskie Mountains. Studies was carried out during the period from winter and summer. All samples was incubated on various microbiological media under different growth conditions. The isolated bacterial strains were taxonomic different. The strains was classified by Gram staining and biochemical tests. Most of bacteria was classified as mesophilic heterotrophs. Presented results confirmed that air filters are the useful materials to isolate microorganisms which could possess some unique factors for adapt to environment. Also air filters can be used to metagenomic analysis of microorganisms transferred by air flowing on large heights.