Figure 3. Some field observations of the studied rocks: (a) Block and slab outcrop of quartz monzonite, (b) Samples of quartz monzonite with coarse-grained texture, (c) porphyritic texture of the quartz monzonite showing associations of biotite, quartz and feldspar phenocrystals, (d) Highly billed granite flowing in a sheet that shows a preferential NE orientation, (e) Sample of the granite (deformed biotite granite), (f) photograph showing the protomylonitic to mylonitic texture in deformed biotite granite, (g) Stripe marked by alternating aplitic and grainy levels, (h) sample of granite (fine-grained biotite granite), (i) Fine-grained texture in biotite granite; (j) ) Blocks of pink granite; (k) Sample of pink granite, (l) Pink granite with equant grained texture

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Contribution to the Petrogenesis of Pan-Africain Granitoids from East Pitoa in the Northern Cameroon Domain of the Central Africain Fold Belt: Implications for Their Sources and Geological Setting

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