Flowering Quinche Pollen
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Flowering Quinche Pollen

Chaenomeles sp.

Magnification: 2’500:1

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Pollen is produced in the microsporangium (contained in the male anther). Most have furrows, and the orientation and number of the furrows or pores helps to classify the flowering plants. The study of pollen is called palynology and can be useful in paleoecology, paleontology, archaeology, and forensics. This is a pollen grain of the Flowering Quinche (Chaenomeles sp.). The function of the hair-like exine structure (outer pollen wall) waits to be explained…