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  • noun Plural form of acritarch.

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  • The scientists found that diverse assemblages of microscopic organic-walled fossils called acritarchs, which dominate the fossil record of this time, are present in lower rocks of the Chuar Group, but are absent from higher strata.

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  • The "acritarchs" found by Javaux et al. may be eukaryotes, but there's some doubt.

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  • Lower Devonian spores and reworked acritarchs from the Witney Borehole, southern England, and their geological implications.

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  • Organic-walled microfossils of large size (50 micrometres or more) and of uncertain biological affinities are known as acritarchs.

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  • Lower Devonian spores and reworked acritarchs from the Witney Borehole, southern England, and their geological implications.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • Lower Devonian spores and reworked acritarchs from the Witney Borehole, southern England, and their geological implications.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • Lower Devonian spores and reworked acritarchs from the Witney Borehole, southern England, and their geological implications.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • Lower Devonian spores and reworked acritarchs from the Witney Borehole, southern England, and their geological implications.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

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