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IDTitleSectionAuthorsKeywords
175Aerodynamics of Saccate Pollen and Its Implications for Wind Pollination
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Paleobotanical SectionSchwendemann, Andrew B., Wang, George, Osborn, Jeffrey M., Thatcher, Scott L..pollen
mathematical model
aerodynamics
wind pollination
anemophily
computational modeling
conifer
fossil
pollen morphology
pollen ultrastructure
Pinus
Falcatifolium
Dacrydium
375A morphogenetic study of submerged roots and a new type of aquatic bark system (rhytidome) in Decodon allenbyensis from the Middle Eocene Princeton Chert
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Paleobotanical SectionLittle, Stefan A., Stockey, Ruth A..Decodon, Eocene, Rhytidome,phellem
396An aquatic angiosperm from the Late Cretaceous of New Mexico
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Paleobotanical SectionHudson, Patrick J., Boucher, Lisa.Aquatic angiosperm
Alismatales
Cretaceous
54Anatomically preserved Castanopsis from the Eocene of Western North America
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Paleobotanical SectionMindell, Randal, Stockey, Ruth A., Beard, Graham.Fagaceae
Castanopsis
Eocene
Fruits
265Anatomically preserved ovules from the Middle Triassic of Antarctica
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Paleobotanical SectionKlavins, Sharon D., Taylor, Edith L., Taylor, Thomas N..gymnosperms
anatomy
Triassic
Antarctica
ovules
32A new protolepidodendralean from the Upper Devonian of Hubei Province, China
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Paleobotanical SectionXue, Jinzhuang, Hao, Shougang, Wang, Deming, Liu, Zhengfeng.Forked leaves
Williamson’s striations
Protolepidodendrales
Late Devonian
495A quantitative morphospace for dicot leaves
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Paleobotanical SectionLyon, Mandela A., Wing, Scott L..leaf
morphology
morphospace
Tropical
temperate
flora
dicot
angiosperms
353Aquatic angiosperms from the Dakota Formation (Albian, Lower Cretaceous), Hoisington III locality, Kansas, USA
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Paleobotanical SectionWang, Hongshan, Dilcher, David.Aquatic angiosperm
Cretaceous
Nymphaeaceae
Nelumbonaceae
288A Redetermination of Terminalia (Combretaceae) fruits from the Eocene of southeastern North America
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Paleobotanical SectionO'Leary, Elizabeth, Manchester, Steven R., Dilcher, David.Clarno
Green River
Combretaceae
275A Reinvestigation of Podocarpium (formerly Podogonium, Fabaceae, Caesalpinioideae) from the middle Miocene of Shandong Province, China
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Paleobotanical SectionWang, Qi, Dilcher, David, Lott, Terry.Miocene, Podocarpium, Podogonium
377Autoflourescence in Eocene plants: confocal microscopy and its application to paleobotanical data
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Paleobotanical SectionLittle, Stefan A., Smith, Selena Y., Stockey, Ruth A..confocal microscopy, fossil, Eocene
149Bacterial microfossils within a macrophytic cyanobacterial colony from the Passage Creek biota (Early Silurian, Virginia, USA)
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Paleobotanical SectionTomescu, Alexandru Mihail Florian, Rothwell, Gar W..bacteria
cyanobacteria
fossil
Silurian
Virginia
mineral
566Climate and vegetation derived from a Pliocene-aged leaf flora from SE Shanxi Province, North China
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Paleobotanical SectionSun, Qigao, Spicer, Robert A., Wang, Yufei, Li, Chengsen.Pliocene
CLAMP
North China
122CT-scanning the London Clay: an excellent noninvasive technique for studying pyritized fossil fruits.
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Paleobotanical SectionDeVore, Melanie L., Kenrick, Paul, Pigg, Kathleen B., Ketcham, Richard A..CT Scan
London Clay
Fossil Fruit
Preservation
31Estinnophyton discovered from the Lower Devonian Posongchong Formation of southeastern Yunnan, China: its phylogenetic and palaeophytogeographical significance
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Paleobotanical SectionHao, Shougang, Wang, Deming, Wang, Qi, Xue, Jinzhuang. Estinnophyton yunnanense
Lower Devonian Posongchong Flora
sphenopsid
283Eusporangiate fern sporangia from mid-Cretaceous Dakota Formation exposed in Minnesota
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Paleobotanical SectionHu, Shusheng, Dilcher, David, Schneider, Harald, Jarzen, David.sporangia
Marattiaceae
Cretaceous
477Evaluating taphonomic biases and their effects on diversity and abundance estimates: an example using Cretaceous macrofloral assemblages
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Paleobotanical SectionBoucher, Lisa.taphonomy
paleoecology
Cretaceous
macroflora
420Fagus-like fruits from the Eocene of Vancouver Island, Canada
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Paleobotanical SectionMindell, Randal, Stockey, Ruth A., Beard, Graham.Fagus
Eocene
Fossil Fruit
Fagaceae
402Fossil seeds of Ampelocissus (Vitaceae) from North and South America
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Paleobotanical SectionChen, Iju, Manchester, Steven R..Vitaceae
Ampelocissus
fossils
seeds
Tertiary
Paleocene
Eocene
98Fossil tree rings as paleoclimatic indicators in the Permian and Triassic of Antarctica
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Paleobotanical SectionRyberg, Patricia E., Taylor, Edith L..fossil wood
tree rings
Antarctica
paleoclimate
452Fruits of Icacinaceae from the Eocene of British Columbia
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Paleobotanical SectionStockey, Ruth A., Rankin, Brian D..Icacinaceae
Fruits
Eocene
Palaeophytocrene
363Hamamelis-like fruits (Hamamelidaceae) from the Late Paleocene Almont flora of North Dakota, USA
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Paleobotanical SectionBenedict, John C., Pigg, Kathleen B., DeVore, Melanie L..Hamamelis
Hamamelidaceae
Fossil Fruit
Paleocene
Almont flora
29Lamellae in fossil and modern spore walls: variability, homology and usefulness in taxonomic assessment
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Paleobotanical SectionTaylor, Wilson A..fossil
spore
ultrastructure
lamellae
46Late Devonian gymnosperms from the Red Hill locality, north-central Pennsylvania, USA
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Paleobotanical SectionCressler, Walter, Lepage, Ben.Late Devonian
gymnosperms
Catskill Formation
Aglosperma
124Late Paleocene fruits similar to Ochna (Ochnaceae)from the Almont/Beicegel Creek floras, North Dakota, USA.
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Paleobotanical SectionPigg, Kathleen B., DeVore, Melanie L..Ochna
Ochnaceae
Fossil Fruit
Paleocene
Almont flora
79Leaves of Cephalotaxus (Cephalotaxaceae, Coniferopsida) from the Paleocene of Almont, North Dakota, U.S.A.
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Paleobotanical SectionLiu, Yusheng.conifers
Cephalotaxus
foliar Cuticle
Paleocene
North Dakota
356Medullosan pollen organ diversity: An example from the Lower Pennsylvanian of Kentucky
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Paleobotanical SectionSerbet, Rudolph, Taylor, Thomas N..Medullosan
pollen organ
Pennsylvanian
permineralized
Kentucky
271Nevada's buried treasure: The Lund Petrified Forest
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Paleobotanical SectionErwin, Diane M., Schorn, Howard E., Smith, Regina C., Levy, Laura M., Millar, Constance I., Westfall, Robert D., King, John C., Moran, Virginia S..Nevada
Miocene
fossil wood
Sequoiadendron
paleoclimate
Lund Petrified Forest
351Nymphaeceous seeds from the Late Paleocene Almont flora of North Dakota, USA
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Paleobotanical SectionTaylor, Witt, DeVore, Melanie L., Pigg, Kathleen B..Paleocene
Nymphaeaceae
fossil seed
Almont flora
338Occurrence of Crown Eudicot Angiosperm - Sarraceniacean-like Pitcher Plants- in the Early Cretaceous, China
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Paleobotanical SectionLi, Hongqi.
Archaeamphora
fossil carnivorous plants, Early Cretaceous, fossil pitcher plants, origin of crown angiosperms, Sarraceniaceae, Yixian Formation.
240Palaeoecological significance of the presence of the fern Acrostichum in the Oligocene of the northwestern Ethiopian Plateau
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Paleobotanical SectionGarcia Massini, Juan Leandro, Jacobs, Bonnie, Pan, Aaron.Acrostichum
Ethiopia
Oligocene
71Paleobotanical collections: Conservation and management for future research
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Paleobotanical SectionSerbet, Rudolph, Taylor, Edith L..paleobotany collections
databases
management
museum collections
fossil plants
248Paleobotanical evidence on latitudinal temperature gradients and mechanisms of climatic warming during the Late Cretaceous
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Paleobotanical SectionScherer, Jacqueline, Upchurch, Garland.paleobotany
Climatic change
climatic gradients
474Phytogeographic significance of the Eocene flora of Horsefly, British Columbia
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Paleobotanical SectionManchester, Steven R., Archibald, Bruce.Eocene
Tertiary
British Columbia
paleobotany
9Pterocarya sp. leaflets and fruit from the Pliocene Citronelle Formation in southwestern Alabama
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Paleobotanical SectionStults, Debra, Axsmith, Brian.Pterocarya
Citronelle Formation
Pliocene
winged fruit
Juglandaceae
374Re-examination of foliage of Nelumbonaceae from the Cretaceous and Early Tertiary of North America
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Paleobotanical SectionUpchurch, Garland, Wolfe, Jack.Nelumbonaceae
Nelumbo
Nelumbites
Nelumbago
Cretaceous
Tertiary
2Seed cones associated with Pseudofrenelopsis parceramosa (Cheirolepidiaceae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Arkansas
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Paleobotanical SectionAxsmith, Brian, Creen, Elizabeth.conifers
Cheirolepidiaceae
Mesozoic
Cretaceous
Pseudofrenelopsis
496Sporangial dehiscence and spore morphology of an enigmatic Mississippian plant
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Paleobotanical SectionFrankel, David, Rothwell, Gar W..
454Stomatal frequency analysis as a new tool for paleo-elevation reconstructions
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Paleobotanical SectionKouwenberg, Lenny, McElwain, Jennifer.Miocene
carbon dioxide
paleoelevation
stomatal frequency
California
339Taxodiaceous pollen cones from the Lower Cretaceous of Vancouver Island, Canada
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Paleobotanical SectionStockey, Ruth A., Wiebe, Nicholas J.P..Cupressaceae
pollen
Cretaceous
taxodiaceous
cone
219Tetrastichia bupatides Gordon and a Possible Relationship with the Medullosaceae
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Paleobotanical SectionDunn, Michael T.Medullosaceae, Tetrastichia
77The frond architecture of the Lower Carboniferous seed fern Buteoxylon gordonianum
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Paleobotanical SectionSanders, Heather, Rothwell, Gar W..frond architecture
seed ferns
12The influence of gametophyte development on population structure in the Rhynie chert ecosystem
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Paleobotanical SectionTaylor, Thomas N., Kerp, Hans, Hass, Hagen.Rhynie, gametophyte, life cycle
389Vascular anatomy and leaf hydraulic function
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Paleobotanical SectionBoyce, C. Kevin, Zwieniecki, Maciej A., Holbrook, Noel.
314Vitaceae: fossil seeds and wood from the Middle Miocene of Yakima Canyon, Washington, USA
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Paleobotanical SectionTcherepova, Maria, Pigg, Kathleen B..Vitaceae
Miocene
Vitis
Ampelopsis
fossil seed
fossil wood

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