The pollen grains are covered with two concentric wall layers, the outer exine and the inner intine. The stratification of pollen wall is primarily based upon optical microscopy of whole as well as sectioned grains and upon staining reactions of the strata. Recently such stratification is complemented by the biochemical analysis of the various pollen […]
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