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Diagnostic Phytoliths Research Service

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Classic example of Ancient Diagnostic Phytoliths from Neolithic and Chalcolithic Indian sites.
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Phytolith Research Institute.

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Classic example of Ancient Diagnostic Phytoliths from Neolithic and Chalcolithic Indian sites.


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Year of Establishment2006
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The Phytolith Research Institute (PRI) was established in the year 2006. It is the only private institute in Asia dedicated for the application of phytolith analysis in various interdisciplinary sciences. PRI is housed with a laboratory, microscopes, reference library and an in house herbarium. It is an ideal place for the growth of Phytolith science.

The Phytolith Research Institute provides International services to analyze various samples and provide scientific services for Archaeologist, Environmentalist, Agronomist and other interdisciplinary sciences. Through this diverse experience the Institute is enriching and growing with fellow scientist around the world. The institute aims at bringing together scientist from all around the World who are interested in the science of Phytoliths.

Phytoliths are microscopic plant silica bodies found within the cell structure. They are basically microfossils of opal silica; they are left behind in soil when the plant dies. They take the shape and size of the cell in which they are formed. The size of phytoliths generally ranges from 1 to 200 microns. Phytolith study is developing global importance, as they remain well preserved under any soil conditions especially when other microfossils like pollens and spores are difficult to be traced. They are classified as per the Grass types in which they are formed, such as Panicoid, Chloridoid etc. Phytoliths are also classified as per the anatomical context of the plant such as trichome, bulliform etc.

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Director Phytolith Research Institute 3, Pragati Near Kakade Park Chinchwadc
Pune - 411033, Maharashtra, India

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