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767A late Paleocene fruit and seed flora from the Fort Union Formation, Sand Draw, Wyoming, investigated by reflected light and x-ray tomographyPaleobotanyTiffney, Bruce; Manchester, Steven.Paleocene
fruits and seeds
974Ambrosia and Artemisia pollen can distinguish between vegetation types at broad spatial scalesPaleobotanyCarroll , Hannah M; Wanamaker, Alan D; Clark, Lynn; Wilsey, Brian.Paleoecology
prairie
ecotone
ecoregion
paleoclimate
781An Aptian angiosperm leaf mistaken for a cycad reveals an unexpected extinct line in the Early Cretaceous radiation of angiospermsPaleobotanyCoiro, Mario; Doyle, James; Upchurch, Garland; Martinez, Leandro.Angiosperms
Cretaceous
Argentina
Leaf evolution
Leaf anatomy
phylogeny
970An early moniliformopsid from the Lower Devonian (Emsian) of Quebec, CanadaPaleobotanyLopez, Madeleine; Tomescu, Alexandru.fossil
Devonian
Canada
euphyllophyte
cladoxylopsid
Cladoxylopsida
Iridopteridales
Moniliformopses
508A new type of Early Devonian wood-producing euphyllophyte from Gaspé (Canada)PaleobotanyPfeiler, Kelly; Tomescu, Alexandru.euphyllophyte
fossil
Devonian
secondary growth
wood
progymnosperm
613A preliminary study of Early Devonian pyrite permineralized stems  by Micro-CT scanningPaleobotanyGensel, Patricia; Smith, Selena.Micro-CT
Devonian
pyritized axes
255Arborescent lycopsid periderm production was limitedPaleobotanyDAntonio, Michael; DAntonio, Michael; DAntonio, Michael; Boyce, Charles.Arborescent lycopsid
anatomy
Periderm
Developmental biology
Structure
319A South American fossil relative of Phyllocladus (Podocarpaceae), from the early Eocene of Laguna del Hunco, Patagonia, ArgentinaPaleobotanyAndruchow Colombo, Ana; Wilf, Peter; Escapa, Ignacio.Phyllocladus
Podocarpaceae
South America
Patagonia
Eocene
Laguna del Hunco
Cenozoic floras
290Assignment of the Paraphyllanthoxylon-like wood from the Forest of Giants, McRae Formation of Late Cretaceous South-Central New Mexico, to a new fossil genus within KirkiaceaePaleobotanyParrott, Joan.
620A third tricostate moss from the Lower Cretaceous of Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada)PaleobotanyTorres, Sirena A.; Stockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar; Tomescu, Alexandru.bryophytes
moss
fossil
anatomy
acrocarpous
Cretaceous
Canada
British Columbia
349A Tiffneycarpa-like fruit from the Eocene Appian Way Locality of Vancouver IslandPaleobotanyStockey, Ruth; Mindell, Randal; Beard, Graham .Eocene
Tiffneycarpa
Meliaceae
Melicarya
fruits
permineralized
934Broadening the spectrum of plant-associated fungal remains in the Early Devonian (Emsian) flora of the Battery Point Formation (Gaspe, Quebec, Canada)PaleobotanyLalica, Madison; Arnett, Victoria; Tomescu, Alexandru.fossil
fungi
fossil plant
Devonian
Canada
plant-fungal interactions
914Catastrophic autocatalysis of cellulose acetate: paths forward for paleobotanyPaleobotanyKlymiuk, Ashley.
164Cauline vascular architecture and leaf trace production of Early Permian Medullosa lucartii Goeppert and StenzelPaleobotanyRothwell, Gar.eustele
Medullosaceae
Medullosa lucartii
Early Permian
seed fern
323Competition for epidermal space in the evolution of leaves with high physiological ratesPaleobotanyBaresch, Andres ; Crifò, Camilla; Boyce, Charles.Angiosperms
bundle sheath extensions
epidermis
Leaf anatomy
Stomata
vein density
985Conservation Paleobotany: recruiting the dead to serve the livingPaleobotanyDeVore, Melanie; Pigg, Kathleen.conservation
paleobotany
Historical Biogeography
vegetation change
467Cycad or Cycadeoid?PaleobotanyMartinez, Leandro; Stevenson, Dennis.Cycadales
Cycadeoidales
Bennettitiales
119Early Oligocene Burretiodendron Rehd. from the Maoming Basin of Guangdong, South ChinaPaleobotanyxu, shenglan; Kodrul, Tatiana; Liu, Xiaoyan; Jin, Jianhua.Burretiodendron
early Oligocene
Maoming Basin
South China
limestone forest
560Early Paleocene fruits and seeds from the Denver Formation of Littleton, ColoradoPaleobotanyHuegele, Indah; Manchester, Steven; Smith, Selena.Paleocene
Carpoflora
Mastixiaceae
Meliosma
Computer Tomography
574Ecological responses of arthropod and fungal associations of the medullosan pteridosperm, Macroneuropteris scheuchzeri, to late Paleozoic climate changePaleobotanyDonovan, Michael; Labandeira, Conrad.plant-insect associations
herbivory
Insects
fungi
Carboniferous
Pennsylvanian
440Estimating Paleotemperature at the Early Pliocene Gray Fossil Site (Eastern Tennessee, USA) from the Paleobotanical RecordPaleobotanySimpson, Emily; Mickle, James.fossil
Gray Fossil Site
Pliocene
CLAMP
Leaf Margin Analysis
paleoclimate
867Evidence on vegetative and inflorescence morphology of Chloranthaceae from the Early Cretaceous (middle-late Albian) of SpainPaleobotanySender, Luis Miguel; Doyle, James; Endress, Peter; Diez, José Bienvenido; Villanueva, Uxue.Angiosperms
Cretaceous
Spain
Leaf evolution
Inflorescence
phylogeny
systematics
944Exploring zosterophyll diversity in the Emsian (Early Devonian) permineralized assemblages of the Battery Point Formation (Québec, Canada)PaleobotanyNibbelink, Megan; Tomescu, Alexandru.fossil
Devonian
Canada
anatomy
zosterophyll
Zosterophyllopsida
614Fossil evidence for Patagonian Araucaria Sec. Eutacta and its implications for conifer turnover during the Eocene initial isolation of South AmericaPaleobotanyRossetto, Gabriella; Wilf, Peter; Escapa, Ignacio; Andruchow Colombo, Ana.Araucaria
Araucariaceae
biogeography
Conifers
Eocene
Laguna del Hunco
Patagonia
Argentina
rainforest
Rio Pichileufu
total evidence phylogeny
554Fossil record of RosalesPaleobotanyStull, Gregory; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Yi, Tingshuang.Rosales
Rosaceae
Rhamnaceae
Ulmaceae
Cannibaceae
Cretaceous
Paleogene
Moraceae
Urticaceae
627Fossils, form, and genes: Exploring the overall pylogenetic pattern of CornalesPaleobotanyAtkinson, Brian.fruits
fossils
Cretaceous
total evidence phylogeny
256Fossil Woods of Chilga, EthiopiaPaleobotanyWiemann, Michael; Kappelman, John; Jacobs, Bonnie; Pan, Aaron.fossil
petrified wood
ethiopia
oligocene
paleoclimate
624Fruit fossils reveal a Late Cretaceous palm diversificationPaleobotanyMatsunaga, Kelly; Smith, Selena.Arecaceae
palms
fruits
fossil
phylogeny
node dating
morphology
1042Implications of fossils for phylogeny and evolution of Cupressaceae sensu latoPaleobotanyContreras, Dori; Doyle, James; Upchurch, Garland.Cupressaceae
Conifers
fossils
total evidence phylogeny
Mesozoic
117Late Cretaceous heterosporous water ferns from Patagonia: assessing heterochrony and monomegasporyPaleobotanyDe Benedetti, Facundo; Zamaloa, Maria Del Carmen; Gandolfo, Maria; Gandolfo, Maria; Cuneo, Nestor.water ferns
heterochrony
fossil
megaspores
Late Cretaceous
Patagonia
120Liquidambar-like infructescences from the Upper Cretaceous (Coniacian) Eden Main Quarry, Vancouver Island, British ColumbiaPaleobotanyScharfstein, Alex; Stockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar.Liquidambar
Cretaceous
permineralized
infructescence
Altingiaceae
612Maastrichtian palynoflora from north-central Patagonia, ArgentinaPaleobotanyDe Benedetti, Facundo; Zamaloa, Maria Del Carmen; Gandolfo, Maria; Gandolfo, Maria; Cuneo, Nestor.Palynoflora
Maastrichtian
Patagonia
Paleoecology
Biostratigraphy
700Macrofloral extinction and recovery dynamics across the Cretaceous-Paleogene transition in Argentine Patagonia support a globally heterogeneous floral responsePaleobotanyStiles, Elena; Wilf, Peter; Iglesias, Ari; Gandolfo, Maria; Gandolfo, Maria; Cuneo, Nestor.Cretaceous
Paleogene
Turnover
Macroflora
Argentina
Morphospace
extinction
386Mummified fruits of Fagaceae from the Oligocene of Guangxi, South ChinaPaleobotanyLiu, Xiaoyan; Quan, Cheng; Jin, Jianhua.Guangxi
Nanning Basin
oligocene
Fagaceae
Mummified fruits
102Mummified Magnoliaceae woods from the upper Oligocene of South China, with biogeography, paleoecology and wood trait evolution implicationsPaleobotanyHuang, Luliang; Jin, Jianhua; Quan, Cheng; Oskolski, Alexei.evolution
late Oligocene
Magnoliaceae
mummified wood
palaeoecology
South China
795New data on the Early Devonian (Emsian) euphyllophyte Leptocentroxyla tetrarchaPaleobotanyMcQueen, Camryn R.; McCuistion, Remy V.; Tomescu, Alexandru.Devonian
Canada
euphyllophyte
xylem
protoxylem
fossil
anatomy
442New details on the diversity of a Late Cretaceous flora from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada.  PaleobotanyJud, Nathan; Rothwell, Gar; Stockey, Ruth; Beard, Graham .anatomy
Platanaceae
fossil wood
Campanian
511New floristic components of the Early Eocene La Meseta Formation, Seymour (Marambio) Island, AntarcticaPaleobotanyGandolfo, Maria; Gandolfo, Maria.Paleoflora
Seymour (Marambio) Island
Early Eocene
Antarctica
961Origin of conducting tissues: revisiting sterilizationPaleobotanyTomescu, Alexandru.conducting tissues
sporogenous tissue
xylem
Evo-Devo
evolution
sterilization
HD-ZIP
Psilophyton
bryophyte
moss
tracheophyte
C3HDZ
351Placement of fossil flowers using angiosperm-wide phylogenetic analyses: proof of concept and challenges along the way forwardPaleobotanySchoenenberger, Juerg; von Balthazar, Maria; López Martínez, Andrea; Albert, Béatrice; Prieu, Charlotte; Magallon, Susana; Sauquet, Hervé.Angiosperms
floral structure
fossil flowers
eFLOWER
phylogenetic analysis
559Platanus dissecta leaves in association with unusually large infructescences from the Miocene of western North AmericaPaleobotanyManchester, Steven; Spielbauer, Robert; Huegele, Indah.fossil
Miocene
Platanaceae
705Silicified Permian Wood: High latitude diversity and environment indicatorsPaleobotanyRyberg, Patricia; Decombeix, Anne-Laure; Serbet, Rudolph; Taylor, Edith L..Permian
Glossopteris flora
wood
extreme environment
1009The Effect of Environment and Ecology on the Deposition of Silica in GrassesPaleobotanyBrightly, William; Hartley, Sue; Osborne, Colin; Stromberg, Caroline.Phytolith
grasses
silica
Defense
871The Evolution of Early Vascular Plant ComplexityPaleobotanyCrepet, William; Niklas, Karl.evolution of complexity
Siolurian-Devonian
vascular plants
865The utility of palm phytoliths for inferring the evolution and paleoecology of ArecaceaePaleobotanyArmos, Bailey; Lavin, Sam; Akbar, Sultan; Brightly, William; Crifò, Camilla; Gallaher, Timothy; Lowe, Alex; Novello, Alice; Wilson, Paige; Strömberg, Caroline .fossil
paleobotany
Phytolith
palms
Arecaceae
geometric morphometrics
202Three Fossil Fruits, New to the Magothy Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of Long IslandPaleobotanyGreller, Andrew; Castillo, César A. ; Goudket, Michael; George, Marie.Late Cretaceous
fruits
561Tough nuts to crack:  Fruits of Juglans from the Eocene and Miocene of Arctic CanadaPaleobotanyManchester, Steven; Basinger, James; Liu, Christopher Yusheng.walnut
Eocene
Miocene
Axel Heiburg
Banks Island
213Tropical Pleistocene forest from Tak province, northern Thailand: fossil trees and their implications on past climate.PaleobotanyBoonchai, Nareerat.petrified wood
Fabaceae
Sapotaceae
Pleistocene
Southeast Asia
297Uncovering Mesozoic polar bryophyte diversity: A permineralized haplolepideous moss gametophyte from the Late Cretaceous of the north slope of AlaskaPaleobotanyBippus, Alexander; Bippus, Alexander; Stockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar.moss
fossil
Cretaceous
Alaska
anatomy
haplolepideous

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