Palynofossils (microfossils), Biology

Palynofossils (Microfossils) -

Fossils of planktons, diatoms, unicellular algae (diatoms) and shelled protozoans. (Heliozoans, Radiolarian and Foraminifera). Its finding in soil sample helps in oil exploration.

The earth of that time (precambrian era) is called "diatomaceous earth".

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