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      Earliest Occurrence of Autorotating Seeds in Conifers: The Permian (Kungurian-Roadian)Manifera talarisgen. et sp. nov.

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      International Journal of Plant Sciences

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          The Ecology and Evolution of Seed Dispersal: A Theoretical Perspective

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            CO2-forced climate and vegetation instability during Late Paleozoic deglaciation.

            The late Paleozoic deglaciation is the vegetated Earth's only recorded icehouse-to-greenhouse transition, yet the climate dynamics remain enigmatic. By using the stable isotopic compositions of soil-formed minerals, fossil-plant matter, and shallow-water brachiopods, we estimated atmospheric partial pressure of carbon dioxide (pCO2) and tropical marine surface temperatures during this climate transition. Comparison to southern Gondwanan glacial records documents covariance between inferred shifts in pCO2, temperature, and ice volume consistent with greenhouse gas forcing of climate. Major restructuring of paleotropical flora in western Euramerica occurred in step with climate and pCO2 shifts, illustrating the biotic impact associated with past CO2-forced turnover to a permanent ice-free world.
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              Morphology and Dispersal Potential of Wind-Dispersed Diaspores of Neotropical Trees

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                Journal
                International Journal of Plant Sciences
                International Journal of Plant Sciences
                University of Chicago Press
                1058-5893
                1537-5315
                September 2014
                September 2014
                : 175
                : 7
                : 841-854
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                10.1086/676973
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