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! S.A. Schroeter et al. (2022): Microbial community functioning during plant litter decomposition. Free access, Sci. Rep., 12.
"... findings suggest that bacteria secrete a variety of natural antibiotics in an effort to compete against other bacteria or fungi within the decomposer community. Competitive pressure likely drives constant adaptation and optimization of decomposer community functioning.

S.D. Klavins et al. (2003): Gymnosperms from the Middle Triassic of Antarctica: the first structurally preserved cycad pollen cone. In PDF, Int. J. Plant Sci., 164: 1007-1020.
See also here.

K.R. Johnson (2007): Paleobotany: Forests frozen in time. In PDF, Nature, 447.
Fig. 1 shows the reconstruction of a lycopsid forest.
Provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

C Glunk et al. (2010): Microbially mediated carbonate precipitation in a hypersaline lake, Big Pond (Eleuthera, Bahamas). In PDF, Sedimentology.
See also here.

B. Meyer-Berthaud and T.N. Taylor (1992). Permineralized Conifer Axes from the Triassic of Antarctica. In PDF.

Christian Ferdinand Hochstetter (1883): Naturgeschichte des Pflanzenreichs in Bildern (in German). See also here (in PDF).

M.J. Donoghue and J.A. Doyle (2000): Seed plant phylogeny: Demise of the anthophyte hypothesis?. Free access, Current Biology, 10: R106-R109.
See also here.
"... Recent molecular phylogenetic studies indicate, surprisingly, that Gnetales are related to conifers, or even derived from them ..."

C. Dupraz and P.T. Visscher (2005): Microbial lithification in marine stromatolites and hypersaline mats. In PDF, Trends in microbiology.
See also here.

Coloquios de Paleontología. Departamento de Paleontología, Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

! M. Philippe et al. (2022): Life in the woods: Taphonomic evolution of a diverse saproxylic community within fossil woods from Upper Cretaceous submarine mass flow deposits (Mzamba Formation, southeast Africa). Gondwana Research, 109: 113–133. See also here.
Note fig. 5: Summary of the taphonomic pathways experienced by the Mzamba Formation fossil woods indicating the range of biotic interactions in various environmental settings.

E.M. Bordy et al. (2020): Tracking the Pliensbachian–Toarcian Karoo firewalkers: Trackways of quadruped and biped dinosaurs and mammaliaforms. Open access, PLoS ONE 15: e0226847.
Note fig 13: Wildfire reconstruction of the Highlands ichnosite at the Pliensbachian–Toarcian boundary. Massive outpouring basaltic lavas, which turned the main Karoo Basin into a land of fire.

Jason Hilton (2007): Living Fossils, Ginkgo biloba - its ancestors and allies. Website hosted by The International Organisation of Palaeobotany (IOP).
The link is to a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

J. Pittermann (2010): The evolution of water transport in plants: an integrated approach. In PDF, Geobiology.
See also here.

J.G. Pausas and B. Moreira (2012): Flammability as a biological concept. In PDF, New Phytologist, 194: 610-613.
See also here.

David M. Jarzen and Susan A. Jarzen: A Short History of CAP. The History of the Canadian Association of Palynologists. This CAP Web page was compiled and maintained by Alwynne B. Beaudoin, 1995.
Website outdated, download a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

O. Rösler (1978): Advances in Palaeobotany and Allied Sciences in Brazil. PDF file.
Website outdated. The link is to a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

! M.J. Benton et al. (2022): The Angiosperm Terrestrial Revolution and the origins of modern biodiversity. Free access, New Phytologist, 233: 2017–2035.
Note fig. 1: Evolution of hyperdiverse terrestrial life.
Fig. 3: Key stages in Earth history and angiosperm evolution through the Angiosperm Terrestrial Revolution.
Also worth checking out:
Flowering plants: an evolution revolution. (Univ. of Bristol, November 17, 2021).
How 'Flower Power' Quite Literally Transformed Earth Millions of Years Ago (by T. Koumoundouros, January 08,2022).

P.S. Manos and M.J. Donoghue (2001): Progress in Northern Hemisphere phytogeography: An introduction. PDF file, Int. Jour. Plant Sci., 162.
See also here.

T. Okitsu et al. (2021): The Role of Large-Scale Bedforms in Driftwood Storage Mechanism in Rivers. Open access, Water, 13.

! F.J. Swanson et al. (2021): Reflections on the history of research on large wood in rivers. In PDF, Earth Surf. Process. Landforms, (2020) See also here.

E. Wohl and A. Iroumé (2021): Introduction to the Wood in World Rivers special issue. In PDF, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

E. Schulz et al. (2019): Fire on the Mountain. Disturbance and Regeneration in Deciduous and Conifer Forests. 20 Years of Experience. In PDF, Studia UBB Geographia.

Earth Heritage.
This journal is produced twice yearly to stimulate interest in geodiversity and a broad range of geological and landscape conservation issues within the UK and further afield. It is free in pdf format.
Navigate from the Earth Heritage Past Issues.

P.C. Murphey et al. (2004): Georeferencing of museum collections: A review of problems and automated tools, and the methodology developed by the Mountain and Plains Spatio-Temporal Database- Informatics Initiative (Mapstedi). In PDF, PhyloInformatics 3: 1-29.

R. Roberts et al. (2016, article starts on PDF page 7): Root and branch reform for Brymbo fossil. In PDF, Earth Heritage 45.
Provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.
An in situ Lepidodendron trunk and its excavation from the former Brymbo Steelworks (Wales).

! The International Organisation of Palaeobotany (IOP): Palaeobotanical Journals.
Chief journals devoted to palaeobotany.

Z. Li et al. (2019): New Discovery of Neocalamites from the Upper Triassic Daheba Formation in West Qinling, Northwest China Acta Geologica Sinica (English Edition), 2019, 93: 756–757.

S.R. Schachat et al. (2021): Linking host plants to damage types in the fossil record of insect herbivory. In PDF, bioRxiv. See also here.
"... We evaluate a range of methods for characterizing the relationships between damage types and host plants by performing resampling and subsampling exercises on a variety of datasets. ..."

D.J. Martin and L.E. Benda (2001): Patterns of Instream Wood Recruitment and Transport at the Watershed Scale. PDF file, Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 130: 940-958.
See also here.

D.L. Dilcher (1974): Approaches to the identification of angiosperm leaf remains. In PDF, The Botanical Review, 40: 1–157.
See also here.

V. Mencl et al. (2014): Summary of Occurrence and Taxonomy of Silicified Agathoxylon-Type of Wood in Late Paleozoic Basins of the Czech Republic. In PDF, Folia Musei rerum naturalium Bohemiae occidentalis. Geologica et Paleobiologica, 47. See also here.

M.A.A. Schoonen (2004) starting on page 117: Mechanisms of sedimentary pyrite formation. PDF file. In: Sulfur Biogeochemistry - Past and Present. Geological Society of America Special Paper 379. See also here (abstract).

J. Kovar-Eder (2014): Deutschlands naturkundliche Sammlungen - Ausgangslage und Relevanz der Sammlungen als Forschungsinfrastruktur (in German). PDF file, go to PDF page 10. Mitteilungen und Berichte aus dem Institut für Museumsforschung, 52.

Imogen Poole, School of Earth Sciences, University of Leeds: Pyritized fossil plant, Eocene, Isle of Sheppy, England.
See also: Pyritisation of fossil wood (Microgeodynamics Laboratory, School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds).
Provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

A.A. Klymiuk et al. (2022): A novel cupulate seed plant, Xadzigacalix quatsinoensis gen. et sp. nov., provides new insight into the Mesozoic radiation of gymnosperms. In PDF, American Journal of Botany. See also here.
Note figure 30: Cupulate Mesozoic gymnosperms.

! M. Holz (2015): Mesozoic paleogeography and paleoclimates - a discussion of the diverse greenhouse and hothouse conditions of an alien world. In PDF, Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 61: 91-107.
See also here.

! R.M. Bateman et al. (2006): Morphological and molecular phylogenetic context of the angiosperms: contrasting the ‘top-down’ and ‘bottom-up’ approaches used to infer the likely characteristics of the first flowers. Free access, Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 57, No. 13, pp. 3471–3503. Major Themes in Flowering Research Special Issue.
Note fig. 1C: Male and female reproductive structures of Caytonia (Caytoniales).
Fig. 1D: Reproductive structure of Williamsoniella (Bennettitales).

S. Leach (2016): Scientific Imagining: Studio Based Research into Genre Images of Science and How Art Might Interpret Modern Science. In PDF, thesis, College of Design and Social Context, RMIT University, Melbourne.
See also here.

C.K. Boyce and M.A. Zwieniecki (2012): Leaf fossil record suggests limited influence of atmospheric CO2 on terrestrial productivity prior to angiosperm evolution. Free access, PNAS, 109: 10403–10408.

! A.M.F. Tomescu (2021): Mysteries of the bryophyte–tracheophyte transition revealed: enter the eophytes. Free access, New Phytologist, Note fig. 1: Timeline and evolutionary hypothesis for early land plants. Worth checking out:
! D. Edwards et al. 2022a): Piecing together the eophytes–a new group of ancient plants containing cryptospores. Free access, New Phytologist, 233: 1440–1455.
! D. Edwards et al. 2022b): Earliest record of transfer cells in Lower Devonian plants. Free access, New Phytologist, 233: 1456–1465.

A.C. Bippus et al. (2022): The Role of Paleontological Data in Bryophyte Systematics. Abstract, Journal of Experimental Botany.
"... Paucity of the bryophyte fossil record, driven primarily by phenotypic (small plant size) and ecological constraints (patchy substrate-hugging populations), and incomplete exploration, results in many morphologically isolated, taxonomically ambiguous fossil taxa. Nevertheless, instances of exquisite preservation and pioneering studies demonstrate the feasibility of including bryophyte fossils in evolutionary inference. ..."

! P.C.J. Donoghue et al. (2021): The evolutionary emergence of land plants. In PDF, Current Biology, 31: R1281-R1298.
See also here.
"... The oldest possible fossil evidence for land plants occurs as late Cambrian cryptospores, but their irregular arrangements and occurrence in ‘packets’ of multiple spore-like bodies sur- rounded by synoecosporal walls has led to algal interpretations ..."
! Note figure 4: Timescale of streptophyte phylogeny and the origin of land plant novelties.

! C. Mays et al. (2021): Permian–Triassic non-marine algae of Gondwana—Distributions, natural affinities and ecological implications. Open access, Earth-Science Reviews, 212. See also here.

D. Su et al. (2021): Large-Scale Phylogenomic Analyses Reveal the Monophyly of Bryophytes and Neoproterozoic Origin of Land Plants. Free access, Molecular Biology and Evolution, 38: 3332–3344.
"... we estimate that land plants originated in the Precambrian (980–682 Ma), much older than widely recognized. Our study highlights the important contribution of molecular data when faced with contentious fossil evidence, and that fossil calibrations used in estimating the timescale of plant evolution require critical scrutiny. ..."

C. Barbosa et al. (2022): Phyllotheca douroensis sp. nov., a new equisetalean fossil-species from the Douro Carboniferous Basin (Upper Pennsylvanian; NW Portugal): palaeobiogeographical, systematic and evolutionary implications. Free access, Biosis: Biological Systems, 3:e001. https://doi.org/10.37819/biosis.003.01.0162.
See also here.
Note fig. 4: Phyllotheca (Raniganjia?) etheridgei Arber 1905.

F. Herrera et al. (2022): A permineralized Early Cretaceous lycopsid from China and the evolution of crown clubmosses. In PDF, New Phytologist, 233: 2310-2322. See also here.

! K. Janssen et al. (2021): Elucidating biofilm diversity on water lily leaves through 16S rRNA amplicon analysis: Comparison of four DNA extraction kits. Free access, Appl. Plant Sci., 2021;9:e11444.
"... Fossilization of plant material can be induced by different chemical processes, including authigenic pre-servation, which is dependent on encrustation withminerals. It has been shown that the biofilm-forming activity of bacteria plays an important role in this process ..."










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