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Grana - 50 (1-4), 2011

Grana - 50 (1), 2011



Else Marie Friis & David J. Cantrill

Original Articles

Canrightia resinifera gen. et sp. nov., a new extinct angiosperm with Retimonocolpites-type pollen from the Early Cretaceous of Portugal: missing link in the eumagnoliid tree?
Else Marie Friis & Kaj Raunsgaard Pedersen

Botanical composition and protein content of pollen collected by Apis mellifera L. in the north-west of Santa Cruz (Argentinean Patagonia)
Alicia Forcone, Pía Valeria Aloisi, Silvina Ruppel & Miriam Munoz

Botanical characterisation of Mexican honeys from a subtropical region (Oaxaca) based on pollen analysis
Elia Ramírez-Arriaga, Lidia Amelia Navarro-Calvo & Eloína Díaz-Carbajal

Fungal diversity in honeys from northwest Spain and their relationship to the ecological origin of the product
Maria Carmen Seijo, Olga Escuredo & María Fernández-González

Estimation of yield ‘Loureira’ variety with an aerobiological and phenological model
María Fernández-González, F. Javier Rodríguez-Rajo, Victoria Jato, Olga Escuredo & María Jesús Aira

An applied aerobiological study to test the efficacy of pollen filters in limiting indoor pollen contamination
Fabio Orlandi, Tommaso Bonofiglio, Carlo Sgromo, Luigia Ruga, Bruno Romano & Marco Fornaciari


Grana - 50 (2), 2011


Original Articles

Sporoderm development in Swida alba (Cornaceae), interpreted as a self-assembling colloidal system
Nina I. Gabarayeva & Valentina V. Grigorjeva

Combined LM and SEM study of the Middle Miocene (Sarmatian) palynoflora from the Lavanttal Basin, Austria: Part I. Bryophyta, Lycopodiophyta, Pteridophyta, Ginkgophyta, and Gnetophyta
Friđgeir Grímsson, Reinhard Zetter & Christian Baal

The size and germinability of Scots pine pollen in different temperatures in vitro
Saila Varis, Jukka Reiniharju, Arja Santanen, Hanna Ranta & Pertti Pulkkinen

An example of the role of exotic flora in the geographical characterisation of honey: Schinus molle L. in the Canary Islands (Spain)
Irene E. La Serna Ramos & Carmen Gómez Ferreras

Pollen sources used by species of Meliponini (Hymenoptera: Apidae) along the Rio Negro channel in Amazonas, Brazil
André Rodrigo Rech & Maria Lúcia Absy

Contributions to the European Pollen Database

12. Western Rhodopes Mountains (Bulgaria): peat bog Beliya Kanton
Maria Lazarova, Spassimir Tonkov, Elena Marinova, Dimiter Ivanov & Elissaveta Bozilova


Grana - 50 (3), 2011


Original Articles

Spore morphology of Serpocaulon A.R.Sm. and related taxa from Brazil (Polypodiaceae)
Carolina B. Coelho & Luciano M. Esteves

The ultrastructure of fossil dispersed monosulcate pollen from the Early Cretaceous of Transbaikalia, Russia
Natalia Zavialova, Valentina Markevich, Eugenia Bugdaeva & Svetlana Polevova

Two sampling methods for the Petri dish detection of airborne fungi
Santiago Fernández Rodríguez, Rafael Tormo Molina, Inmaculada Silva Palacios & Ángela Gonzalo Garijo

Estimating the daily Poaceae pollen concentration in Hungary by linear regression conditioning on weather types
István Matyasovszky, László Makra, Zoltán Guba, Zsolt Pátkai, Anna Páldy & Zoltán Sümeghy

Occurrence of airborne algae within the township of Bukit Jalil in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Evelyn Hui-Ping Ng, Wan-Loy Chu & Stephen Ambu

Contributions to the European Pollen Database

13. Lake Saloio (Nazaré, western Portugal)
Sandra D. Gomes

14. Lake Sedmo Rilsko (Bulgaria): Lateglacial vegetation history
Elissaveta Bozilova & Spassimir Tonkov


Grana - 50 (4), 2011


Original Articles

Ultrastructure and development during meiosis and the tetrad period of sporogenesis in the leptosporangiate fern Alsophila setosa (Cyatheaceae) compared with corresponding stages in Psilotum nudum (Psilotaceae)
Nina I. Gabarayeva, Valentina V. Grigorjeva & Gonzalo Marquez

Combined LM and SEM study of the Middle Miocene (Sarmatian) palynoflora from the Lavanttal Basin, Austria: Part II. Pinophyta (Cupressaceae, Pinaceae and Sciadopityaceae)
Friđgeir Grímsson & Reinhard Zetter

Contributions to the European Pollen Database

15. Brve (Czech Republic): Vegetation development over the last about 2.5 millennia in the Bohemian Lowland close to Prague
Petr Pokorný & Willem O. van der Knaap


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