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Atlas of Pollen and Spores of The Florida Everglades

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Plate 21 Plate 22
Plate 21. (left) Heterocolporate and Syncolporate Grains [larger image] Plate 22. (right) Polyad Grains [larger image]
346–349 Conocarpus erecta (Combretaceae)
350–353 Polygala sp. (Polygalaceae)
354–356 Heliotropium polyphyllum (Boraginaceae)
357–360 Lythrum alatum (Lythraceae)
361–362 Melaleuca quinquenervia (Myrtaceae)
363–365 Psidium guajava (Mytraceae)
366–367 Acacia angustissima (Fabaceae)
368–369 Typha domingensis (Typhaceae)
370–373 Typha latifolia (Typhaceae)
374–375 Hippocratea volubilis (Hippocrateaceae)
376–378 Ludwigia leptocarpa (Onagraceae)
379 Annona glabra (Annonaceae)


Plate 23
Plate 23. Morphological features of palynomorphs [larger image]
380 Annulus and Operculum
381 Os and Vestibulum
382 Diagram of aspidate grain showing os, pore, vestibulum, nexine, and sexine
383 Exine: Nexine and Sexine
384 Lophate pollen and lacuna
385 Equatorial view of tricolporate pollen with lalongate pore
386 Diagram of colporate pollen grain showing pore dimensions (h = pore height; w = pore width)
387 Reticulate sculpture: Lumen and Murus
388 Monolete spore with perisporium
389 Polar view of tricolpate grain showing polar area
390 Polar view of syncolporate pollen and apolcolpial field
391 Ulcus

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