Giancarlo Ricciardelli D'Albore )
1997 308 pages (R125)
This textbook should be on the bookshelf of everyone with scientific interest in the pollen content of honeys. In Chapter One the author describes in detail how to study pollen. In Chapters Two and Three analysis of pollens found in honey in Italy and worldwide are described. Following this are dozens of photographs of pollen grains found in honeys worldwide. A great amount of technical information, and black and white photographs are provided. Parts of the book relate specifically to Italy. It is well translated into English and good quality, glossy paper has been used on which the photographs of pollen grains are well reproduced. Information of value for palynologists in every country.
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