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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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The description for sample code is as follows; (TB =Tobra Formation, S =Sirin Gorge, 90=Distance from base in meters, 27=Date of sampling, 03= Month of sampling (January), 08 = Year of sampling) Figure: 1 indicates the location of Sirin Gorge in the Western Salt Range, Pakistan from where the samples were obtained and palynologically studied, reported in this paper.
(1998) estimated that the Cethana fossils signalled a regional (northwestern Tasmanian) proteaceous diversity of at least 200 species, in part because nearby palynologically coeval sites do not share any of the same taxa as at Cethana.
and Consolida regalis Gray were studied palynologically by Oberschneider (1998).
Unfortunately, the Holocene lacustrine deposits from Lake Al-Otaibah were palynologically barren.
Sediments deposited during the Ancylus transgression were examined palynologically at Jalgimae, Polluotsa, Tapu, Ermistu, Kodu, Lope, Kopu, Sindi, Paikuse, Voidu, Lemmeoja, Melahtme, and Pelisoo (Fig.
Second, much of the palynologically attested increase in cultivation could be assigned to the Hellenistic period, when as shall be seen-high levels of agricultural production are more readily compatible with the settled landscape.