This article throws light upon the top nine branches of palynology. The branches are: 1. Palynotaxonomy 2. Aeropalynology 3. Melissopalynology (= melittopalynology) 4. Forensic Palynology 5. Palaeopalynology 6. Copropalynology (Greek ‘kopros’ means dung) 7. Entomopalynology 8. Palynodebris 9. Latropalynology. Branch # 1. Palynotaxonomy: Palynotaxonomy is the study of spore morphology of embryophytic plants and pollen […]
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