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Sporopollenin is the primary biopolymer found in the walls of pollen and spores; during maturation sporopollenin undergoes a number of discrete chemical changes, despite maintaining identifiable morphological features which can be exploited for palynological study. Here we report the results of heating experiments performed using Lycopodium clavatum spores designed to investigate the changes that occur within sporopollenin across a wide range of temperatures (0-350°C) to simulate differentdoi:10.1016/j.revpalbo.2013.11.001 fatcat:33h57objungrzdn5zgj7ecjci4