Glossopteridales
Glossopteridales is an extinct order of plants belonging to Pteridospermatophyta, or Seed Ferns. They arose at the beginning of the Permian (298.9 million years ago) on the southern continent of Gondwana, but dwindled to extinction by the end of the Permian period (252.2 million years ago). The best known genus is Glossopteris.

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Introduction to the Glossopteridales. The Glossopteridales are an extinct group of seed plants that arose during the Permian on the great southern continent of Gondwana.
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Glossopteridales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Glossopteridales is an extinct order of plants belonging to Pteridospermatophyta, or Seed Ferns. They arose at the beginning of the Permian (298.9 million years ...
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Glossopteris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Glossopteridales arose in the Southern Hemisphere around the beginning of the Permian Period (298.9 million years ago). Their distribution across several, ...
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Two new Senotheca (Glossopteridales) species from the Sydney ...
The fertile glossopterid Senotheca is represented by linear fructifications with broad wings attached to the midribs of Glossopteris leaves. The architecture of the ...
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Reproductive biology of the Permian Glossopteridales and their ...
Dec 1, 1992 ... The findings confirm the classification of the Glossopteridales as seed ferns and are important considerations in disscussion of the phylogeny of ...
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Glossopteridales - Plantspedia, the online encyclopedia about plants
Glossopteridales is an extinct order of plants in the Pteridospermatophyta division. They...
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Reproductive structures of the Glossopteridales in the plant fossil ...
REPRODUCTIVE STRUCTURES OF THE Glossopteridales. 475 to the plant , and to investigate the stem structure of a branchlet bearing the same leaves.
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The status of Jambadostrobus Chandra and Surange - ScienceDirect
Feb 1, 2012 ... The status of Jambadostrobus Chandra and Surange (Glossopteridales). Stephen McLoughlin. Corresponding author contact information.
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Evolutionary tendency in the venation pattern of Glossopteridales
Glossopteridales is a characteristic plant group of the Late Palaeozoic flora of Southern Hemisphere and represent different types of leaf genera. Critical asse.
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The Glossopteridales are an extinct group of seed plants that arose during the Permian on the great southern continent of Gondwana. These plants went on to ...
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Log in or sign up to follow this Glossopteridales ..... and Geophysics in the University of Western Australia, and the Geological Survey of Western Australia.
The first permineralized microsporophyll of the Glossopteridales ...
812-822 Published by: The University of Chicago Press Stable URL: ... Eretmonia du Toit is a microsporophyll genus attributed to the Permian Glossopteridales.
Two new Senotheca (Glossopteridales) species from the Sydney ...
Systematic palaeobotany Order Glossopteridales sensu Pant, 1982 Family ... A– D. Holotype—CUF-MC254 (Plate I, 1; Botany Department, Calcutta University); ...
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Systematic palaeobotany Order Glossopteridales sensu Pant, 1982 (= Dictyopteridiales Rigby, ..... Ph.D. Thesis, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
Reproductive biology of the Permian Glossopteridales and their ...
Dec 1, 1992 ... The findings confirm the classification of the Glossopteridales as seed ferns ... Stanford University's HighWire Press® | Online ISSN 1091-6490
[PDF]Reproductive biology of the Permian Glossopteridales
... Research Center and Department of Plant Biology, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210 ... Glossopteridales as seed ferns and are important consider-.
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The Glossopteridales are a extinct gymnosperms thatdominated terrestrial habitatas in the Late Permian. .... Flinders University Central Library. Open to the ...
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Feb 1, 2012... or magazine article edition: The status of Jambadostrobus Chandra and Surange (Glossopteridales). ... University of Notre Dame Australia.
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The Dawn Angiosperms: Uncovering the Origin of Flowering Plants (Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences)
The Dawn Angiosperms: Uncovering the Origin of Flowering Plants (Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences)
Xin Wang, 2012
This book is about fossil plants of so-called "pre-historic" angiosperms. It reflects the newest progress in research on the origin of angiosperms, and will definitely trigger many new ideas in research. It emphasizes the early Cretaceous and Jurassic materials, rather than later ones, as they are the key periods for the origin of angiosp...
Gymnosperms
Gymnosperms
S. P. Bhatnagar, Alok Moitra, 1996
Glossopteridales. GLOSSOPTERIDACEAE As far back as 280 million years, in Upper Carboniferous - Lower Permian era, India, South Africa, South America, Australia and Antarctica were not separate entities but, together, formed a ...
The Dawn Angiosperms: Uncovering the Origin of Flowering Plants
The Dawn Angiosperms: Uncovering the Origin of Flowering Plants
Xin Wang, 2010
In Glossopteridales, both pollen and ovulate structures are borne on the adaxial surface of the Glossopteris leaf. Unitegmic orthotropous ovules are attached either directly to the adaxial surface of a megasporophyll (Fig. 2.3b, c) or in stalked ...
A Text Book of Botany
A Text Book of Botany
V. Singh, 2009
Glossopteris Systematic Position Division — Cycadophyta Class — Pteridospermopsida Order — Glossopteridales Family — Glossopteridaceae The leaves of Glossopteris were small or large, with a wide or narrow lamina and a pointed to a ...
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Glosspoteris? « Richmond Paleontology
We had a discussion about the origins and classification of the Glossopteridales. The debate was whether they belonged to the Gymnosperm group or to the Pteridosperm group of plants.
blog.richmond.edu/paleontology/2008/03/27/glosspoteris/
Live Like Dirt: Glossopteris
Early fossil animals are cool and all, but how about we talk about some early plants for a change? How about Glossopteris? It's only the most well know extinct plant genus of all time. Let's get a little taxonomic background outta the way first.
livelikedirt.blogspot.com/2012/02/glossopteris.html
fossilsaustralia.com | Glossopteris Vertebraria
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Modern exploration of ancient Caves Beach events | Newcastle Herald
THEY came from ancient rivers and began forming about 6500 years ago after the last glacial period.
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Variety of Life: Spermatophyta
Fossil leaves of the Permian tree Glossopteris browniana, photographed at the British Natural History Museum by Martin Antoš. Belongs within: Lignophyta.
taxondiversity.fieldofscience.com/2012/04/spermatophyta.html
Cycads: Are we pushing them to the edge of extinction? | Masit
Cycads are gymnosperms arising from an ancient lineage, and are considered to be the most primitive of the living seed-bearing plants (Norstog 1997, Jones 2002). Certain aspects of their biology and life cycle, are combining with human activities to push them to the edge of extinction (Norstog 1997, Jones 2002, Terry 2008).
masit.ca/2012/05/cycads-are-we-pushing-them-to-the-edge-of-extinction/
Natural Science. Second Year. 2009-2010.: La Antartida
Antarctica Geography: Antarctica is the fourth largest continent, after Asia, America and Africa, with 14,107,637 square kilometers. Its shape is roughly circular and lies almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle.
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A Brief History of Floral Design, or, How Angiosperms Ended Up in Our Vases | The Stay-at-home Scientist
Floral design is an art form like any other. It takes into account a full range of artistic principles, where compositions are thought of in terms of balance, proportion, harmony, and even rhythm. Color, texture, lines and space are all aspects one can contemplate when viewing or creating an arrangement, and like all art, personal…
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Lesson 2 | MemoPhysics♥
Plate tectonic theoryPlate tectonics (from the Late Latin tectonicus, from the Greek: τεκτονικός "pertaining to building")[1] is a scientific theory which describes the large scale motions of Earth's lithosphere. The theory builds on the older concepts of continental drift, developed during the first decades of the 20th century (one of the most famous advocates was Alfred Wegener), and was accepted by the majority of the geoscientific community when the concepts of seafloor spreading were developed in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
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