windborne

wind·borne

or wind-borne  (wĭnd′bôrn′)
adj.
Carried by the wind: windborne ashes.
Translations

windborne

[ˈwɪndbɔːn] ADJllevado por el viento
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Once conditions for sporulation become favorable, the inoculum becomes windborne and spreads to new foliage.
Experts recently counted 127 kinds of plants, most of which have been brought in by windborne seeds.
"Homeowners in counties affected by the Orange Wind Warning are also being encouraged to tidy up any loose items around their property which could be turned into windborne debris." Housing experts also warned homeowners to take steps to make sure their property is protected from the storm.
At Haverton Hill Recycling Centre, the decision was made to temporarily close the facility due to concerns around windborne items that could injure the public.
"In essence, we investigated the microbiome of windborne dust," says Yinon Rudich, professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences.
He was hit by a windborne branch while he was out of his car.
Settle instead for the wing-beat of a passing flock of cormorants, or the 'plop' of a bass breaking the surface, or the delight of watching a windborne butterfly that will winter in far-away Mexico.
The other folk show is courtesy of the much-vaunted New England harmony quartet Windborne in the Northern Rock Foundation Hall on Monday night.
There is evidence that viral infection may play a role, (7) and other previous studies have suggested that some windborne environmental factors may trigger the disease in genetically susceptible children.
Deposited in thin layers, the past hardens to a trafficable surface in a few days, alleviating the windborne dust problem.
Dave Metcalfe, of the PKCG, said initially they want proper brown signage directing tourists to the town instated, opening up the Windborne Gate car park and reopening the old Jessop's Tramway with 300 metres of road to and from the aqueduct.
Outbreaks in which persons were suspected to have been exposed throughout a city because of windborne dispersal of infectious material from a common source were classified as "citywide windborne." When outdoor exposures resulted from a common activity, but no specific setting was described, we categorized the setting as "unspecified outdoor area."