2 edition of Pollen analytical investigations in the northern Netherlands found in the catalog.
Pollen analytical investigations in the northern Netherlands
Willem van Zeist
|LC Classifications||QE931 .Z4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 81 p.|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||56001854|
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The pollen of P. thomasi is most similar to the wind dispersed pollen of Alisporites thomasii (Harris ; Ziaja ). Spicer and Hill () demonstrated that the parent plant, P. papillosa is markedly more abundant within the claystone, however the dispersed pollen, A. thomasii does not record this abundance change and is low in abundance Cited by: More than 70% of birch pollen-allergic patients develop allergic cross-reactions to the major allergen found in apple fruits (Malus domestica), the kDa protein Mal d 1. Allergic reactions against this protein result from initial sensitization to the major allergen from birch pollen, Bet v 1. Immunologic cross-reactivity of Bet v 1-specific IgE antibodies with Mal d 1 after apple Cited by:
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A climactic period that is a subdivision of the Holocene epoch running from approximately to BCE.Willem van Zeist, Pollen analytical investigations in the northern Netherlands: According to Iversen the steep decline of Hedera must be effected by a change of climate, viz.
a fall in winter temperatures which would be characteristic of the. Education. Van Zeist studied biology at the University of Utrecht, completing his PhD dissertation in on pollen analysis investigation in the Netherlands, with special reference to archaeology (Acta Botanica Neerlandica 4, ).
From to he was linked to the Biologisch-Archaeologisch Instituut at the University of became lecturer there in and a professor in Born: MaApeldoorn, Gelderland. Pollen analytical investigations of barrows from the Funnel Beaker and Single Grave Cultures in the Vroue area, West Jutland, Denmark Article November with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: SVEND TH.
ANDERSEN. Pollen analytical investigations of Holocene settlement and vegetation history in the Westensee area, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Mykola Sadovnik, H.-R. Bork, M. Nadeau, O. Nelle pp. Cited by: He was born on 12 March in Apel- Review of Palaeobo j ourna l homepage: ations in the northern gy in a shorter time than iversity of Groningen.
l Archaeological Institute ith botanical micro- and7 October ity of Amsterdam, Science ParkXH Amsterdam, The Netherlands eer of Willem van Zeist is reviewed. Â© Author: Henry Hooghiemstra, H. John B. Birks. The fourth dimension of vegetation. characterize this book as the banner for a.
Pollen analytical investigations in the northern Netherlands, with special reference to archaeology. Three Years of Archaeological Investigations at the Borremose Stronghold (–), an Enclosed Settlement from the Pre-Roman Iron Age of Himmerland.
Ethnographisch-Archäologische Zeitschrift, – The results of detailed pollen analytical investigations reported on here show that the Aran Islands are not only distinctive in terms of present-day flora, vegetation and land-use but also have a Holocene environmental history that is distinctive in comparison with mainland Ireland and neighbouring parts of north-western by: No part of this book may be reproduced in any form by print, SYTZE BOTTEMA Pollen analytical investigations in Thessaly (Greece) A.
CLASON The farmers of Gomolava in the Vinca and La Tene period 41 D. BRlNKHUIZEN Preliminary notes on fish remains from archaeological sites in Northern Netherlands. Sites S-2, S-4 and S Final. ‘ Pollen analytical investigations of barrows from the funnel beaker and single grave cultures in the Vroue area, West Jutland, Denmark ’, Journal of Danish Archaeology – Anderson, Cited by: 1.
That the Islands were once wooded, had long been suspected (e.g., O'FlahertyWebb ), but it was not until detailed pollen analytical investigations were carried out on a long lake-sediment core from An Loch Mór, Inis Oírr, that it was shown beyond doubt that Inis Oírr, and also presumably the other large islands, carried woodland Cited by: 1.
Schofield, J.E. and Waller, M.P. () Early Medieval rope manufacture at Lydd: a pollen analytical record for hemp retting from the Dungeness Foreland, UK. Journal of Archaeological Science, 32(5), pp. ISSN (print) The first pollen diagrams were produced in another article (von Post b; Nordlund ).It was Fries (), however, who presented a monochrome photograph showing von Post’s original wall-chart which had consisted of a series of hand-coloured, selected taxa curves from a transect of peat bog sites stretching from Denmark in the south to the northern oak border in south-central Cited by: 4.
These investigations showed that interglacial floras, especially those assigned to the Plio/Pleistocene boundary by Reid and Reid (), contained many species which had become extinct in Europe but which still survived in Asia or North America. Therefore, detected pollen diversity is a mixture of local and regional pollen.
In most investigations, only a limited number of pollen grains (a few hundred grains) are counted, thus the detection of a rare taxon is often influenced by the dominant taxa.
This region is in the northern part of one of the 25 Birks H.J.B, Line J.M. The Cited by: In the Low Countries, bay formation took place into medieval times: D.
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Pollen of birch is dominant in both soils, in the surface soil representing 90% and in the northern wall of the buried soil 92%. Pollen of broadleaf trees (oak, lime) and also Corylus, a typical shrub in broadleaf forests, are rare in both soils; however, in the present-day forest community they are dominant by: 1.
Chromatography, then, excels at separating and analysing complex mixtures of substances. It is therefore uniquely suited to applications in the broad area of forensic science.
‘Criminal investigations. Response of pollen diversity to the climate-driven altitudinal shift of vegetation in the Colombian Andes detected pollen diversity is a mixture of local and regional pollen.
In most investigations, only a limited number of pollen grains (a few hundred grains) are counted, thus the detection of a rare taxon is often influenced by the Cited by: Forensic Botany: A Practical Guide is an accessible introduction to the way in which botanical evidence is identified, collected and analysed in criminal cases.
Increasingly this form of evidence is becoming more important in forensic investigation and yet there are few trained botanists able to. Background and potential of pollen DNA barcoding.
The ability to identify plant species based on their pollen has a multitude of applications across fields as diverse as pollination biology, forensics, and allergen monitoring, but in the past, technical limitations have prevented its use in most by: erature and book compilations decreased with time, and in the most recent publications surveyed— to —original data make up only 6–26% of the re-ported values (1).
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