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Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy (CLSM) and its application to fossil dinoflagellate cysts

8. Acknowledgements

Sincere thanks to:

  • Leica Vertriebs GmbH at Bensheim, Germany. All CLSM image data were produced at their facilities by Dorothee Schroth.
  • ELF editions at Pau, France, for accepting the costly publication of the manuscript: FEIST-BURKHARDT, S. & PROSS, J. (1999): Morphological analysis and description of Middle Jurassic dinoflagellate cyst marker species using confocal laser scanning microscopy, digital optical microscopy, and conventional light microscopy. - Bull. Centre Rech. Elf Explor. Prod., [1998] 22(1): 103-145, 3 fig., 16 pl.; Pau.

Some of the figures shown above were generated using the public domain NIH Image program (developed at the U.S. National Institutes of Health and available on the Internet at