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J Integr Plant Biol, 1994, 36 (9): -, Research Article
Studies on Atmosphere Spores and Pollen and Their Influences on the Sporopollen Assemblages in the Sediments of Huanghai Sea
Xu Jia-sheng
Totally, 321 grains of spores and pollens which consist of 23 genera and species, were collected from the atmosphere over Huanghai Sea during the survey in 1978–1979. It has been found that the amount of spores and pollen in the atmosphere was high in spring, lower in autumn and the lowest in summer and winter. The content of arboreal pollens amount to 74%, with 23% of herbaceous pollens and SM of spores. By comparing the spores and pollens in the atmosphere with those in the marine sedments it was revealed that they were well correlated but the former influences distinctly to the distribution of the latter, thus making a high content of herbaceous pollens in the sporopollen distributions in the marine sediments nearshore area and high content of arboreal pollens in area far from the coast.
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