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“…When we compare the quantitative data of Solanaceae pollen grains with recent studies conducted in the same area (forest fragments from Cerrado), we can verify that the values of diameters combined with aperture measurements are also important for species segregation in Fridericia (Souza & Gasparino 2014), Malpighiaceae (Belonsi & Gasparino 2015) and Sapindaceae (Bellonzi et al 2020). For Bignoniaceae (Souza et al 2019) and Rubiaceae (Dutra et al 2020) species, the pollen grain diameters associated with other metric data help the recognition of some taxa.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 55%
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“…When we compare the quantitative data of Solanaceae pollen grains with recent studies conducted in the same area (forest fragments from Cerrado), we can verify that the values of diameters combined with aperture measurements are also important for species segregation in Fridericia (Souza & Gasparino 2014), Malpighiaceae (Belonsi & Gasparino 2015) and Sapindaceae (Bellonzi et al 2020). For Bignoniaceae (Souza et al 2019) and Rubiaceae (Dutra et al 2020) species, the pollen grain diameters associated with other metric data help the recognition of some taxa.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 55%
“…Pollen terminology follow Punt et al (2007); we adopted the polar area index proposed by Faegri & Iversen (1966), colpus width index in accordance with Gasparino et al (2013), and pollen description is based on Bellonzi et al (2020). Photomicrographs were taken with a Bel Photonics light microscope, for LM photos, and electromicrographs were taken with a JEOL JSM5410.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Pollen from the Kisinger Lakes paleoflora in Wyoming that MacGinitie compared with Serjania [ 74 ] was not described; however, one figure shows a single grain 24 μm across in polar view with a 3-(parasyncol)porate structure. It is not possible to determine whether it was heteropolar and pollen grains in Paullinieae are larger than 30 μm across [ 98 , 104 ]. Therefore, we do not consider this a reliable fossil occurrence of Paullinieae based on the available information.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Species with 3-4-aperturate pollen have been shown to occur in Sapindaceae, such as Allophylus macrobotrys (Salgado-Labouriau 1973;Bonnefille and Riollet 1980), Magonia pubescens (Bellonzi et al 2020), andSerjania. erecta (Salgado-Labouriau 1973); in Simaroubaceae, such as Quassia amara (Barata et al 2002); in Rutaceae, such as Erythrochiton gymnanthus and Galipea jasminiflora (Morton and Kallunki 1993); and in Burseraceae, such as Commiphora africana and C. madagascariense (Bonnefille and Riollet 1980).…”
Section: Number Of Aperturesmentioning
confidence: 99%