Literature

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MAHABAL1978The origin of the coconut.
MAHABAL1958Resolution of the artificial palm genus, Palmoxylon: a new approach.
BANDE, M. B. , U. PRAKASH, AMBWANI. K.1982A fossil palmfruit Hyphaeneocarpon indicum gen. et sp. nov. from the Deccan Intertrappean beds, India.
TRIPATHI, R. P. , S. N. MISHRA, SHARMA. B. D.1999Cocos nucifera like petrified fruit from the Tertiary of Amarkantak, M.P.,India.
K. AMBWANI1984Palmostroboxylon arengoidum sp. nov.: a fossil palmpeduncle resembling Arenga from the Deccan Intertrappean Bedsof Shahpura, Madhya Pradesh.
K. AMBWANI1983Palmoxylon shahpuraensis sp. nov., a fossil palmresembling Licuala from the Deccan Intertrappean beds of Mandla District, Madhya Pradesh.
K. AMBWANI, PRAKASH. U.1983Palmoxylon ghuguensis sp. nov. resembling Chrysalidocarpus from the Deccan Intertrappean beds ofMandla District in Madhya Pradesh.
C. A. ARNOLD1952Tertiary plants from North America. 1. A Nipa fruit from the Eocene of Texas.
M. B. BANDE, AMBWANI. K.1982Sclerosperma-type pollengrains from the Neyveli lignite of India.
R. K. KAR, BHATTACHARYA. M.1992Palynology of Rajpardilignite, Cambay Basin and Gujra Dam and Akri lignite, KutchBasin.
R. K. KAR, BHATTACHARYA. M.1992Palynology of Rajpardilignite, Cambay Basin and Gujra Dam and Akri lignite, KutchBasin.
U. PRAKASH, AMBWANI. K.1980A petrified Livistona-like palm stem, Palmoxylon livistonoides sp. nov. from the Deccan Intertrappean beds of India.
C. G. K. RAMANUJAM2004Palms through the ages in southern India
C. G. K. RAMANUJAM1953Palmoxylon arcotense sp. nov., a fossil palm resembling the living genus Livistona from South India.
R. K. SAXENA1992Neyveli lignites and associated sediments
R. K. SAXENA, MISRA. N. K.1990Palynological investigation ofthe Ratnagiri beds of Sindhu Durg District, Maharashtra.
R. S. SINGH1999Diversity of Nypa in the Indian subcontinent: LateCretaceous to recent.
H. P. SINGH, RAO. M. R.1990Tertiary palynology of Kerala Basin
B. S. TRIVEDI, VERMA. C. L.1979Sabal ocaulonintertrappeum gen. et sp. nov. from the Deccan Intertrappean beds of Madhya Pradesh, India.
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