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An annotated collection of pointers to information on palaeobotany
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W.W. Hay (2017): Toward understanding Cretaceous climate — An updated review. SCIENCE CHINA Earth Sciences, 60: 5-19.

P. Kenrick et al. (2012): A timeline for terrestrialization: consequences for the carbon cycle in the Palaeozoic. In PDF, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 367: 519-536.
This expired link is available through the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

C.R. Smith (2004): Florida Harvester Ants and Their Charcoal. In PDF, Electronic Thesis, Florida State University Libraries.
"Pogonomyrmex harvester ants collect and deposit pebbles, charcoal, glass, etc. atop their mounds".

Catarina Rydin, Department of Palaeobotany, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm: Phylogeny and evolution of Gnetales. A research project.
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Edward O. Wilson (Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA), and Bert Hölldobler (Theodor-Boveri-Institut für Biowissenschaften (Biozentrum) der Universität, Würzburg, Germany): The rise of the ants: A phylogenetic and ecological explanation. PDF file, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA (PNAS), 102(21): 7411-7414; 2005.
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B.D. Farrell and A.S. Sequeira (2004): Evolutionary rates in the adaptive radiation of beetles on plants. PDF file, Evolution 58: 1984-2001.
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Reiner Burger, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung: Holzversteinerungen. Unter dem Pflaster der Wald. Ramified Calamites axes from Chemnitz (in German).
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Benjamin Burger, Utah State University, Vernal, Utah:
Why study fossil plants?
Invertebrate Paleontology and Paleobotany.
How did plants colonize the land, based on the fossil record?
How did the first seed plants (the Gymnosperms) evolve?
How did gymnosperms diversify during the early Mesozoic to become a modern dominate plant group?
How good is the fossil record of Cycads?
What is the significance of the fossil record of Ginkgo?
What is the fossil record of Horsetails?
Fossil Algae.
What is an Angiosperm?
Video lectures.

W.E. Wright et al. (2016): Dendrochronology and middle Miocene petrified oak: Modern counterparts and interpretation. Abstract, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 445: 38–49. See also here (In PDF).

! A. Vasco et al. (2013): The evolution, morphology, and development of fern leaves. In PDF, Frontiers in plant science. See also here (abstract).

C.M.Ø. Rasmussen et al. (2017): Onset of main Phanerozoic marine radiation sparked by emerging Mid Ordovician icehouse. Sci. Rep., 6.

CNSNews.com:
Trump's Education Secretary Nominee DeVos Should Challenge Darwinism (by David Klinghoffer,January 13, 2017).

Scientific Reports. This is an online, open access journal from the publishers of Nature.

Z. Jiang et al. (2016): A Jurassic wood providing insights into the earliest step in Ginkgo wood evolution. Sci. Rep., 6.

Follio.com (maintained by Vubo Ltd., U.K.): Image Manipulation & How To Avoid Copyright Infingement.
This website looks at the legalities involved in image manipulation, mainly focusing on US law but also reviewing laws around the world. It looks at how these laws are interpreted by different people and shares some example cases.

H. Süss and L. Müller (2015): Ein Stamm- und Wurzelholzfossil der Morphogattung Ginkgoxylpropinquus Savidge aus dem Tertiär der sächsischen Braunkohle, mit Bemerkungen über die Stellung der Ginkgoales innerhalb der Gymnospermen aus holzanatomischer Sicht. PDF file, in German. Geologica Saxonica, 60: 451-460.

H. Süss and K.-P. Kelber (2011): Eine neue Art der Morphogattung Baieroxylon Greguss aus dem Keuper von Franken, Deutschland. In PDF, Feddes Repertorium, 122: 257-267.

Claire O'Connell, The Irish Times, January 15, 2017: "Our climate is changing at a faster pace than ever before in geological history". Interview with J. Jennifer McElwain, University College Dublin, School of Biology and Environmental Science.

! P.C.J. Donoghue and M.J. Benton (2007): Rocks and clocks: calibrating the Tree of Life using fossils and molecules. In PDF, Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

E.A. Vaganov et al. (2011): How well understood are the processes that create dendroclimatic records? A mechanistic model of the climatic control on conifer tree-ring growth dynamics. In PDF, Dendroclimatology. See also here (abstract).

British Ecological Society. Their mission is to generate, communicate and promote ecological knowledge and solutions. Go to: Learning resources.

D. Dilcher et al. (2009): A climatic and taxonomic comparison between leaf litter and standing vegetation from a Florida swamp woodland. PDF file, American Journal of Botany, 96: 1108-1115.

Cladistics (Wiley-Blackwell). The International Journal of the Willi Hennig Society. Cladistics publishes high quality research papers on systematics, especially in biogeography, coevolution, conservation biology, ontogeny, genomics and palaeontology.

University of Minnesota Duluth:
Geochronology. Methods for Determining the Relative and Absolute Age of Rocks.
Lecture notes, Powerpoint presentation.

U. Kutschera and K.J. Niklas (2007): The epidermal-growth-control theory of stem elongation: An old and a new perspective. PDF file, J. Plant Physiol. 164: 1395-1409.

G. Holzhüter et al. (2003): Structure of silica in Equisetum arvense. In PDF, Anal. Bioanal. Chem., 376: 512-517.
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J.S. Sperry (2003): Evolution of water transport and xylem structure. PDF file, International Journal of Plant Sciences.

A.R. Schmidt et al. (2012): Arthropods in amber from the Triassic Period. In PDF, PNAS, 109.
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! Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change, Tempe, AZ. This center was created to disseminate factual reports and sound commentary on new developments in the world-wide scientific quest to determine the climatic and biological consequences of the ongoing rise in the air's CO2 content. Go to: Stomatal Density. Directory of articles, e.g. Stomatal Frequency Responses of Conifer Needles to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment.
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U. Kutschera (2008): The growing outer epidermal wall: Design and physiological role of a composite structure. PDF file, Ann. Bot. 101: 615-621.

Peter H. Raven and Paul H. Zedler: Chapter 31: The Dynamics of Communities and Ecosystems and Chapter 32: Global Ecology (PDF files). Chapters thoroughly updated for the seventh edition of "Biology of Plants", Peter H. Raven et al. (2005).
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S.R. Ash (2001): The fossil ferns of Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona, and their paleoclimatological implications. Proceedings of the 6th Fossil Resource Conference.
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A.R. Schmidt et al. (2010): Cretaceous African life captured in amber. PDF file, PNAS, 107: 7329-7334.
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Lynne M. Clos, Fossil News: Cycads: Living Fossils. See also: Field Adventures in Paleontology: Hunting For Fossil Cycads in Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona.
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J. McNeill et al. (2012): Guidelines for proposals to conserve or reject names. In PDF, Taxon, 61: 248-251.
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Ralph E. Taggart, Department of Botany and Plant Pathology/Department of Geological Sciences at Michigan State University, East Lansing:
BOT335 Lecture Schedule.
Psaronius: a Carboniferous tree-fern;
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Yuandan MA et al. (2009): Carbon storage of cycad and other gymnosperm ecosystems in China: implications to evolutionary trends. PDF file, Polish Journal of Ecology, 57: 635-646.
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! The Willi Hennig Society. The Hennig Society was founded with the expressed purpose of promoting the field of Phylogenetic Systematics.
Go to: Education. A link directory, still available via Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
See also: Bernd Hennig and Arnold G. Kluge: Willi Hennig.

David Beerling, White Rose Palaeobiology Group, UK: Atmospheric CO2 and climate change during the Permo-Carboniferous glaciation inferred from fossil plants. Project description. See also here (Low atmospheric CO2 levels during the Permo- Carboniferous glaciation inferred from fossil lycopsidsPDF file, in PDF).
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U.S. Geological Survey: Spores and Pollen.
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AmbarAzul, LLC: Blue Amber.
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Tom Clarke, Nature scienceupdate, 17 May 2001: Climatologists pore over past. Fossil leaves tell us about the air the dinosaurs breathed.
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CyberMines, Dutch Palaeontology Website: Where to dig for fossils in Europe.
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! Jamie Boyer, The New York Botanical Garden: The Paleoplant Website. An educational resource for students and teachers studying Earth's history, fossils, and evolution.
! Go to: Paleobotany Short-Course. Lecture notes, with downloadable Power Point presentations:
Paleobotany Overview; Life moves to land.
Diversification of land plants.
Rise and dominance of seed plants.
Origin and diversification of flowering plants.

Jamie Boyer, The New York Botanical Garden: The Paleoplant Website. An educational resource for students and teachers studying Earth's history, fossils, and evolution.
! Go to: Geologic Time.

Jamie Boyer, The New York Botanical Garden: The Paleoplant Website. An educational resource for students and teachers studying Earth's history, fossils, and evolution.
! Go to: Evolutionary Theory. Lecture notes. Taxonomic classification and theory of evolution.

Jamie Boyer, The New York Botanical Garden: The Paleoplant Website. An educational resource for students and teachers studying Earth's history, fossils, and evolution.
! Go to: Plant Classification. Evolutionary ordering of plant groups.

Jamie Boyer, The New York Botanical Garden: The Paleoplant Website. An educational resource for students and teachers studying Earth's history, fossils, and evolution.
! Go to: Bryophytes.

Jamie Boyer, The New York Botanical Garden: The Paleoplant Website. An educational resource for students and teachers studying Earth's history, fossils, and evolution.
! Go to: Ecological Concepts. Lecture notes and Power Point presentations.
See especially: Wetland Plants and Ecology. In PDF.

W.E. Stein and J.S. Boyer (2006): Evolution of land plant architecture: beyond the telome theory. In PDF, Paleobiology 32: 450-482.

J. Boyer (2008): Testing the Telome Concept: A Modeling Approach for Understanding the Growth of Early Vascular Plants. In PDF, Ph.D. Dissertation, Binghamton University State University of New York. See also here (Google books).

! G.H. Bachmann and H.W. Kozur (2004): The Germanic Triassic: correlations with the international chronostratigraphic scale, numerical ages and Milankovitch cyclicity. In PDF, Hallesches Jahrb. Geowiss., B 26: 17-62. See also here.

The New York Botanical Garden (the William and Lynda Steere Herbarium):
! Glossary for Vascular Plants. The purpose of this glossary is to provide definitions of botanical terminology and descriptions.
You may also try the alphabetical list of terms.

Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
! Pteridospermatophyta.
Samenfarne (in German).
! Caytoniales.
Caytoniales (in German).

J. Dal Corso (2011): The Middle-Late Triassic d13Cplant trend and the carnian pluvial event C-isotope signature. Ph.D. thesis, University of Padua. See also here (abstract).
Amber from the Triassic of the Italian Alps.

! T.M. Harris (1933): A new member of the Caytoniales. New Phytologist, 32: 97–114. In PDF, See also here (abstract).

N. Hauschke and S. Kretschmer (2015): Johann Georg Bornemann (1831-1896) – Symposium auf Sardinien, Bornemann-Sammlung an der Martin-Luther-Universität in Halle (Saale) und 3D-Digitalisierung/ -Visualisierung kambrischer Trilobiten. PDF file in German. Hallesches Jahrbuch für Geowissenschaften, 37: 143-162.

C.J. Harrison (2017): Development and genetics in the evolution of land plant body plans. In PDF, Phil. Trans. R. Soc., B 372. See also here (abstract).

Fondriest.com (Fondriest Environmental, Inc., Fairborn, OH):
Fundamentals of Environmental Measurements, Sediment Transport and Deposition.

T.J. Algeo et al. (2015): Global review of the Permian–Triassic mass extinction and subsequent recovery: Part II. Accessible abstracts of some articles. Earth-Science Reviews, 149. Edited by Zhong-Qiang Chen, Thomas Algeo and Dave Bottjer.

E. Hand (2017): Fossil leaves bear witness to ancient carbon dioxide levels. Abstract, Science, 355.

L. Xing et al. (2016): A Feathered Dinosaur Tail with Primitive Plumage Trapped in Mid-Cretaceous Amber. In PDF, Current Biology.
See also here (planeterde.de, in German).








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