Articles | Volume 5, issue 2
01 Dec 1986
 | 01 Dec 1986

Observations on the wall structure and the excystment mechanism of acritarchs

Thamer K. Al-Ameri

Cited articles

T. K., Al-Ameri: Acid-resistant microfossils implemented for the determination of Palaeozoic palaeoenvironments in Libya, Palaegeogr. Palaeoecol. Palaeoclim., 44, 103-116, 1983.
T. K., Al-Ameri: New taxa of the acritarch group Pterospermopsis from the mid. Palaeozoic of the Ghadames basin, Libya, J. Geol. Soc. Iraq, 17, 126-148, 1984.
G. T., Boalch and M., Parke: The Prasinophaeean genera (Chlorophyta) possibly related to fossil genera, in particular the genus TasmanitesIn (Ed.), Procof the 2nd planktonic conference, 99–105., 1971.
F. H., Cramer: Distribution of selected Silurian acritarchsRevEspMicropaleont., specpubl., 202 pp., 22 pls., 1970.
C., Downie: Observation on the nature of the acritarchs, Palaeontology, 16, 239-259, 1973.