Carpological


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Car`po`log´i`cal


a.1.Of or pertaining to carpology.
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Humbert; carpological coll.; Madagascar), d-f Another endocarp from same collection as a-c, in apical, lateral and basal views, g Apical view of endocarp.
Outside the Knyszynska Forest, the nearest Late Glacial carpological findings of dwarf birch are from the Suwalki Landscape Park (Galka & Sznel 2013), Belorussian Polessie (Matveev et al.
Epidemiological study of non-systemic parasitism in dogs in southeast Mediterranean Spain assessed by carpological and post-mortem examination.Zoonoses public Health, 54(5): 195-203.
Later the Holsteinian age of the Karukula and Korvekula sections was established by detailed palynological and carpological investigations (Velichkevich & Liivrand 1976; Liivrand & Saarse 1983; Liivrand 1984, 1991).
Modern carpological collections of the MfN of Berlin and Turin University were consulted as reference material.
All of these records need to be reevaluated following the guidelines provided by Jimenez-Mejias and Martinetto (2013) for carpological characters in section Phacocystis.