(The TQCC of Palynology is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
A guide to preparation protocols in palynology18
Middle Miocene palynoflora from the Adamów lignite deposit, central Poland13
Middle–late Cambrian acritarchs of the Zagros Basin, southwestern Iran12
New Neogene index pollen and spore taxa from the Solimões Basin (Western Amazonia), Brazil9
Taxonomy and nomenclature in palaeopalynology: basic principles, current challenges and future perspectives8
Additions to the knowledge of the pollen morphology of some Fabaceae from Cerrado forest patches of Brazil8
Pollen morphology of the subfamily Salicornioideae (Chenopodiaceae) in Eurasia and North Africa8
Colonial palynomorphs from the Upper Ordovician of north-eastern Iran: ‘thalli’, coenobial Chlorophyceae (Hydrodictyaceae) or cyanobacteria?8
Compositional and diversity comparisons between the palynological records of the Neogene (Solimões Formation) and Holocene sediments of Western Amazonia7
Pollen morphology of Liliaceae and its systematic significance7
Pollen morphology of Malvaceae s.l. from Cerrado forest fragments: details of aperture and ornamentation in the pollen types definition6
Monsoonal climatic reconstruction from Central India during the last ca. 3600 cal yr: signatures of global climatic events, based on lacustrine sediment pollen records6
Modern pollen and non-pollen palynomorphs along an altitudinal transect in Jammu and Kashmir (Western Himalaya), India6
Neogene palynostratigraphic zonation of the Maranon Basin, Western Amazonia, Peru6
A palynological and geographical characterization of labeled resin spurge honey: Euphorbia resinifera6
Paleocene–Eocene palynomorphs from the Chicxulub impact crater, Mexico. Part 2: angiosperm pollen6
Palynomorphs in Baltic, Bitterfeld and Ukrainian ambers: a comparison5
Melissopalynological characterization of honeys from the Discovery Coast, Brazil5
Palaeoclimate reconstruction and age assessment of the Miocene flora from the Trwyn y Parc solution pipe complex of Anglesey, Wales, UK4
A morphological comparison of two cladopyxidacean dinoflagellates: the extant Micracanthodinium setiferum and the fossil Cladopyxidium saeptum (Dinophyceae, Gonyaulacales)4
Palynology of selected species of Blechnaceae (Polypodiopsida: Polypodiales)4
Hiddenocysta matsuokae gen. et sp. nov. from the Holocene of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada4
Palynology and sedimentology of the Pliocene Productive Series from eastern Azerbaijan4
The utility of Desmidiospora: a paradigm shift based on Paleogene fungal remains from the Ñirihuau Basin, Argentina4
Comparative palynomorphological study of the genus Symphoricarpos (Caprifoliaceae): exine sculpture and implications for evolution4
Pollen morphology of eight endemic Inula L. (Asteraceae) species in Turkey4
Pollen morphology of selected apricot (Prunus) taxa4
Long-term persistence of steppe vegetation in the highlands of Arasbaran protected area, northwestern Iran, as inferred from a pollen record4
The culture and ethos of Palynology4
Palynology from ground zero of the Chicxulub impact, southern Gulf of Mexico4
Pollen morphology applied to species delimitation of Turkish Dianthus L. (Caryophyllaceae)4
Determining if honey bees (Apis mellifera) collect pollen from anemophilous plants in the UK3
Methods in melissopalynology: colour determination of pollen pellets for colour vision deficient individuals3
Palynology of three Neotropical genera of Passifloraceae sensu stricto: Ancistrothyrsus Harms, Dilkea Mast. and Mitostemma Mast.3
Morphological variability of peteinoid acritarchs from the Middle Ordovician of Öland, Sweden, and implications for acritarch classification3
Prestigious early Roman gardens across the Empire: the significance of gardens and horticultural trends evidenced by pollen3
Pollen atlas for selected subfamilies of Euphorbiaceae from Southern China: a complementary contribution to Quaternary pollen analysis3
A palynological investigation of some taxa of the genus Ranunculus L. (Ranunculaceae) in Turkey and its taxonomic value3
Pollen sources of Tetragonula biroi (Friese, 1898) (Hymenoptera: Apidae, Meliponini) in two agroecosystems in Nagcarlan, Laguna, Philippines3
Pollen characters and their evolutionary and taxonomic significance: using light and confocal laser scanning microscope to study diverse plant pollen taxa from central India3
Can pollen exine ornamentation contribute to species delimitation in Korean Iris L. taxa (Iridaceae)?3
Palynostratigraphy of the lower Paleogene Margaret Formation at Stenkul Fiord, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada3
Contributions to melissopalynology studies in southern Brazil: pollen analysis in the honeys from Apis mellifera, Tetragonisca angustula, Melipona quadrifasciata quadrifasciata, <3
Acid-free protocol for extracting pollen from Quaternary sediments3
High-precision U-Pb CA-ID-TIMS calibration of the Permian Lueckisporites-dominated assemblages in westernmost Gondwana: inferences for correlations3
Palynotaxonomy of Neotropical species of Dioscorea L. (Dioscoreaceae)3
Does season matter for moss surface sample collection? A case study from Kungur forest-steppe, pre-Urals, Russia3