Introduction to Microfossils
Collection, Preparation, and preservation of microfossils; Synoptic classification of organisms with reference to microfossils; Microfossils of the kingdom protista; Plant microfossils; Microfossils of the animal kingdom; The conodonts; The ostracoda; The foraminifera; Environmental significance of microfossils; Stratigraph of microfossils; Applied micropaleontology.
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Collection Preparation and Preservation of Microfossils
Synoptic Classification of Organisms with Reference
Microfossils of the Kingdom Protista
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