Schistose amphibolite and metagabbro are represented by fine-grained, equigranular rocks of granonematoblastic, nematoblastic, relict gabbro, poikilitic
However, above 25%, carbonate crystals fill the void space and pore throats with poikilitic
In some rocks, the perthite is poikilitic
and encloses plagioclase and quartz grains.
The gypsum crystals are often poikilitic
but with an occasional lozenge-shaped crystalline habit and there are anhydrite relicts within some gypsum crystals.
The plutonic rocks are mostly granular in texture; however other textures such as graphic and poikilitic
textures are present.
9), while amphibole and sanidine appear as interstitials sometimes developing poikilitic
Thees gabbros have granular, poikilitic
and cumulative textures (Fig.
" refers to a texture in which small crystals of one mineral are irregularly scattered within a larger anhedral crystal of another mineral.) The name, given by Kupletsky in 1932, is for Rischorr in the Khibina complex, Kola Peninsula, Russia.
hornblende and in some cases plagioclase overgrow the cumulates.
In the course of further evolution, the grains become poikilitic
and finally autonomous and almost free of inclusions.