Cryptomeria japonica pollen
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Japanese Cedar Pollen – I

Cryptomeria japonica

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Pollen grains with Ubisch bodies (yellow dots). The pollen grains belong to the Japanese Cedar (Cryptomeria japonica). They are highly allergic and go through major structural chenge when exposed to nasal discharge, exposing allergens from inside the pollen grain and from the Ubisch bodies.