Pseudointegricorpus clarireticulatum (Samoilovitch) Takahashi: morphology and ultrastructure

@inproceedings{Tekleva2015PseudointegricorpusC,
  title={Pseudointegricorpus clarireticulatum (Samoilovitch) Takahashi: morphology and ultrastructure},
  author={M. V. Tekleva and Valentina S. Markevich and Eugenia V. Bugdaeva and Ge Sun and O. P. Gavrilova},
  year={2015}
}
Dispersed tricolpate pollen of Pseudointegricorpus clarireticulatum (Samoil.) Takah. from the Upper Maastrichtian in Zeya-Bureya Basin, Amur (Heilongjiang) River area, Russian Far East/China has been studied with light and electron microscopy. Pollen size, pole outlines and the shape of equatorial projections show some variation within the species. The exine is striate-reticulate, semitectate and columellate. The species is characterised by highly complex structures that have harmomegathic… CONTINUE READING

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