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Glossary of pollen and spore terminology
The glossary of pollen and spore terminology was first presented to the international palynological community as the final outcome of the Working Group on Palynological Terminology at the 8thExpand
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The Northwest European Pollen Flora, I
44. Selaginellaceae by P.J. Stafford (London, UK). 45. Oleaceae by W. Punt, J.A.A. Bos and P.P. Hoen (Utrecht, The Netherlands). 46. Geraniaceae by P.J. Stafford and S. Blackmore (London, UK). 47.Expand
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FORAGING BEHAVIOR AND POLLEN RESOURCES OF VARIOUS STINGLESS BEES (HYM., MELIPONINAE) AND HONEYBEES (HYM., APINAE) IN TRINIDAD, WEST-INDIES
HAL is a multi-disciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of scientific research documents, whether they are published or not. The documents may come from teaching andExpand
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The Northwest European Pollen Flora, 29
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  • Art, Geography
  • 1 October 2009
Literature Avetisjan, 1964 , Blackmore, 1982 , Blackmore, 1990 , Blackmore, 1984 , Beug, 1961 , Beug, 2004 , Bonnefille, 1965 , Canto, 1987 , Cusma Velari, 1983 , De Leonardis et al., 1984 , Erdtman,Expand
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A survey of pollen morphology in Euphorbiaceae with special reference to Phyllanthus
A survey of pollen morphology in Euphorbiaceae with special reference to Phyllanthus. The Euphorbiaceae is a very large family, but the number of publications containing descriptions of pollen grainsExpand
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BETULACEAE and CORYLACEAE
Abstract Cherevko (1969) , Claugher and Rowley (1987) , Erdtman, 1943 , Erdtman, 1952 , Erdtman, 1953 , Erdtman, 1969 , Erdtman et al. (1963) , Faegri and Iversen (1975) , Filina, 1977 , Filina, 1978Expand
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The Northwest European pollen flora: Umbelliferae
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Cannabaceae, moraceae and urticaceae
Although this is not the procedure followed in most of the contributions to the Northwest European Pollen Flora, this part combines three families. The reason for this is the close resemblance ofExpand
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Pollen morphology of the genus Phyllanthus (Euphorbiaceae)
Some pollen types occurring in the genus Phyllanthus are arranged into two morphological series. These series are based on seven “evolutionary trends”.
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Pollen sources for Apis mellifera L (Hym, Apidae) in Surinam, based on pollen grain volume estimates
Les sources de pollen pour Apis mellifera L au Surinam, estimees d'apres le volume des grains de pollen. Les informations sur les sources de nourriture des abeilles dans les regions neotropicalesExpand
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