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palynology

(păl″ĭ-nŏl′-ŏ-jē) [Gr. palumein, to sprinkle, + logos, word, reason]
The study of pollens, spores, or microscopic segments of organisms present in sediments.

palynology

the study of pollen including pollen analysis.
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2001), Krivoe (palynologic and radiocarbon data) (Elovicheva 1993), Mezhuzhol (palynologic and radiocarbon data) (Zernitskaya & Kolkovskij 2003), Sudoble (palynologic and radiocarbon data) (Elovicheva & Bogdel 1987), Bobrovichskoe (geochemical, palynologic, and radiocarbon data) (Makhnach 2007), and Oltushskoe (geochemical, palynologic, and radiocarbon data) (Zhukhovitskaya et al.
A Comparative palynologic study of Chaetanthera (Asteraceae, Mutisieae) and allied genera.
The two cores were correlated prim arily on the basis of the sedimentologic, and then integrated with palynologic results.