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Lophate  ref. sculture. FenestrateFenestrateDefinition:   pollen grain sculture, with large apertures in the exine, separated by high ridges echinate and arranged geometrically....
sporoderm....
Lumen  the inner area of a reticulum mesh, surrounded by murus....
Macroechinate  ref. sculture. SporodermSporodermDefinition:   pollen grain wall formed by the exina (outer layer) and the intine (inner layer)....
with the spinae base exceeding 3 um....
Margo  area or belt surrounding the colpus with a different thickness....
Massula  mass of pollens in part fused together, produced by a mother cell....
Medium echinate  ref. sculture. SporodermSporodermDefinition:   pollen grain wall formed by the exina (outer layer) and the intine (inner layer)....
with spinae base of 1 to 3 um....
Medium reticulate  ref. sculture. SporodermSporodermDefinition:   pollen grain wall formed by the exina (outer layer) and the intine (inner layer)....
with the reticulum lumina more or less equal to 1 um and muri thickness...
Meridian section  pollen section along the polar plane. View from which it is possible to observe the cytoplasm st...
Mesocolpium  the area included between two adjacent colpi, delimited by their extremities (in Palinology the ...
Mesoporium  the area included between two adjacent pori (it is measured as the longest distance between two ...
Microechinate  sporoderm with spinae base less than or equal to 1 um....
Monad  solitary pollen grain derived from a tetrad or polyad, which normally break down into individual...
Monocolpate  pollen with one colpus....
Monoporate  pollen grain with one pore....
Multibaculate  the murus of a reticulum which leans on several rows of bacula....
Murus  sporoderm which surrounds the reticulum lumina forming a mesh. Ribs in the reticulum, which deli...
Nexine  sporoderm layer which lies below the sexina....
Oblate  ref. pollen. When the P/E ratio is of 0.50 to 0.75....
Oblate-spheroidal  ref. pollen. When the P/E ratio is of 0.88 to 1.00....
Oncus  greater development or widening of intine near apertures....
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