macroflora


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macroflora

/mac·ro·flo·ra/ (-flor´ah) the macroscopic vegetable organisms of a region.

macroflora

(măk″rō-flō′ră)
The plant life visible to the naked eye in a particular location or area.
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A new terrestrial Cretaceous-Paleogene site in New Zealand - turnover in macroflora confirmed by palynology.
The early Tertiary macrofloras of continental Australia.
Wagner of the macroflora of the overlying Joggins Formation demonstrated a floral assemblage consistent with the Langsettian of Europe, and Langsettian floral elements are present along with problematic "hinterland" taxa in the underlying Boss Point Formation (Utting and Wagner 2005).
In the study of paleogene macroflora, the number of features is limited: Vegetative and reproductive organs are almost always dissociated; color, texture, and volume are absent; and there is diverse damage and artifacts.
The results obtained hitherto in studies on the Miocene macroflora from the salt-mine at Wieliczka (S.
Tertiary macrofloras of the Bohemian Massif: A review with correlations within Boreal and Central Europe.
In contrast to Bothrodendron minutifolium, which is relatively widespread in the Pennsylvanian-age macrofloras of Euramerica, Bothrodendron punctatum was much rarer and had a more restricted geographical distribution.