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Morphology, Development, and Systematic Relevance of Pollen and Spores

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Morphology, Development, and Systematic Relevance of Pollen and Spores - Hesse, Michael (Editor), and Ehrendorfer, Friedrich (Editor)
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Palynology, the science of fossil and recent spores/pollen grains, is of high importance, both in many pure and applied fields of the natural sciences (e.g. in botany, geology, climatology, archeology and medicine). It is not only an auxiliary science, but can certainly stand for itself. The "classical" palynology subjects, pollen morphology and systematics, are at present influenced by many modern approaches, e.g. from cell biology, analytical electron microscopy, morphometry, up to com- puter-aided-design of ...

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Morphology, Development, and Systematic Relevance of Pollen and Spores 2012, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783709190814

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Morphology, Development, and Systematic Relevance of Pollen and Spores 1990, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783211821824

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