the study of live and fossil spores, pollen grains, and similar plant structures.
Palynology is the "study of dust" (from Greek παλύνω, palunō, "strew, sprinkle"
and -logy) or "particles that are strewn". A classic p...
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palynology, the study of spores, pollen and certain algae.
Pollen is one of several types of plant residues which have been retrieved from archaeological sites, either clinging to the inside of pots, on stone tools or within archaeological features such as storage pits or living floors.
When identified to species, archaeologic... More »
Palynology, the study of pollen grains, is one of the most effective tools we have
to reconstruct past environment. Because exines, the hard outer shells of pollen ...
... certain plants and animals. It has many applications including archaeological
palynology, Quaternary palynology , and stratigraphic palynology. Olneya tesota
The palynology of the Cañadón Asfalto Formation (Jurassic), Cerro Cóndor
depocentre, Cañadón Asfalto Basin, Patagonia, Argentina: palaeoecology and ...
Palynology is the study of micro organic material. Care to learn more?
Palynology is the study of all organic-walled palynomorphs that can be found in
sedimentary archives, from acritarchs, to dinoflagellate cysts, pollen, spores and