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pollen grain

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Pollen Grain Illustrations on the Internet APMRU Light Micrography
... Pollen Grain Illustrations on the Internet APMRU Light Micrography APMRU (TAMU) Light Micrographs Gretchen Jones Acanthaceae Justicia ...
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Pollen Grain Illustrations on the Internet APMRU SEM
... Pollen Grain Illustrations on the Internet APMRU SEM APMRU (TAMU) Scanning Electron Micrographs Gretchen Jones SEM 1 ...
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Pollen Grain Illustrations on the Internet Berkeley Light Micrography
... Pollen Grain Illustrations on the Internet Berkeley Light Micrography Berkeley Light Micrographs Roger Byrne's Lab VASCULAR ...
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Pollen Grain Illustrations on the Internet Uppsala University Light Micrography
... Pollen Grain Illustrations on the Internet Uppsala University Light Micrography Uppsala University Light Micrographs Keith Bennett http://www.kv.geo.uu.se/pollen/A/ Acer campestre Aceraceae LM Uppsala Catalog K ... Uppsala Catalog K.Bennett http://www.kv.geo.uu.se/pollen/W/ Woodsia-type Woodsiaceae LM Uppsala Catalog K.Bennett Pollen of Southern Chile Simon Haberle Podocarpus nubigena Podocarpaceae LM ...
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pollen grain morphology juniper
... pollen grain morphology juniper Juniperus (Cupressaceae) Juniperus osteosperma Thompson & Anderson SW Veg. Change Juniperus osteosperma Uppsala ... Cupressus Diselma Fitzroya Gnetum Juniperus Larix Neocallitropsis Pilgrodendron Pseudotsuga Taxus Thuja Thujobsis Torrya Widdringtonia Pollen light micrograph: Pollen grains 20 - 35 m spherical to elliptical, without obvious aperture but with star- ...
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pollen grain morphology ephedra
... pollen grain morphology ephedra Ephedra (Ephedraceae) Ephedra antisyphilitica(l) E. coryi(r) S.Ickert-Bond Ephedra viridis ... ), the branching pattern between the ridges, and the size of the grain (35 - 70 m long; Steves and Barghoorn, 1959). Pollen scanning electron micrograph (SEM) The wall of Ephedra is simple, so ...
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pollen grain morphology abies
... pollen grain morphology abies Abies (Pinaceae) Abies concolor Trees of the Pacific Northwest Fossil, oblique view UofAz ... subalpine. Pollen light micrograph: Fir (Abies) pollen like pine (Pinus), and spruce (Picea) is a bisaccate (or vesiculate) pollen grain consisting of a body with two latarally-placed bladders (sacca, vesicles). Fir pollen is distinguished ...
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pollen grain morphology spruce
... pollen grain morphology spruce Picea (Pinaceae) Picea engelmannii Trees of the Pacific Northwest Picea omorika APMRU Picea engelmannii Martin & Drew Plant: Pollen light micrograph: The pollen grain of the month for May, 1999, is the spruce (Picea) pollen type. Like pine (Pinus) and fir (Abies), spruce is a bisaccate (or vesiculate) pollen grain ...
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pollen grain morphology pine
... pollen grain morphology pine Pinus (Pinaceae) Pinus contorta Trees of the Pacific Northwest Pinus elliotii APMRU Gretchen ... Pinus pollen type is a champion of long distance dispersal, and is found in most fossil samples from the Northern Hemisphere. Pollen light micrograph: Pinus is a bisaccate (or vesiculate) pollen grain consisting of ...
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pollen grain morphology larch
... pollen grain may speed the grain's deterioration. Fossil Occurrence: Douglas-fir plant fossils have been found in both Asia and western North America from Oligocene onward. Neither Pseudotsuga nor Larix pollen ...
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