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International code for phytolith nomenclature 1.0



International code for phytolith nomenclature 1.0



Annals of Botany 96(2): 253-260



BACKGROUND: Phytoliths (microscopic opal silica particles produced in and between the cells of many plants) are a very resilient, often-preserved type of microfossil and today, phytolith analysis is widely used in palaeoenvironmental studies, botany, geology and archaeology. To date there has been little standardization in the way phytoliths are described and classified. SCOPE: This paper presents the first International Code for Phytolith Nomenclature (ICPN), proposing an easy to follow, internationally accepted protocol to describe and name phytoliths.

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DOI: 10.1093/aob/mci172


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