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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN PALEOBOTANY

FOR 2000

Paleobotanical Section
Botanical Society of America

Compiled under the auspices
of the Paleobotanical Section
Botanical Society of America

by
Wilson A. Taylor
Department of Biology
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Eau Claire, Wisconsin


***(Issued July, 2001)

***ISBN 0-939201-10-0


CONTENTS


TECHNIQUES

  • Farley, M.B.
    Farley, M.B. and Fleisher, R.L. 1999. Paleoenvironmental analysis, Applied Paleontology. In Beaumont, E.A. and Foster, N.H. [eds.], Exploring for Oil and Gas Traps, pp. 17-31 - 17-35. AAPG Treatise of Petroleum Geology, Tulsa, OK.

  • Upchurch, G.R., Jr.
    Upchurch, G.R., Jr. 2000. Paleoclimate modelling using fossil plants. In Briggs, D.E.G., and Crowther, P.R. [eds.], Palaeobiology II, pp. 487–489. Blackwell Science Ltd., Oxford.


REVIEWS

  • Dilcher, D.L.
    Dilcher, D.L. 2001. Review of: Lane, N.G. [ed.], A geology gem. Review: Geology at Indiana University, 1840-2000. Indiana University, Bloomington. Indiana Alumni Magazine, January/February 2001: 9.

  • Knoll, A.H.
    Knoll, A.H. 2000. Review of: Drury, S. Stepping Stones, Jakosky, B. The Search forLife in the Universe, and Shapiro, R. Planetary Dreams. Physics Today 53(4): 63-64.

  • Knoll, A.H. 2000. Bully for Batophora. Review of: Lee, R.E. Phycology and Graham, L. and Wilcox, L., Algae. American Journal of Botany 87: 754-756.

  • Manchester, S.R.
    Manchester, S.R. 2000. Review of: Jensen, H.A. and Blakema, A.A. Bibliography on Seed Morphology. Palaeobeography, Palaeoclimatology,
    Palaeoecology 162: 414-415.

  • McElwain, J.C.
    McElwain, J.C. 2000. Review of: Graham, A. Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic History of North American Vegetation. Diversity and Distributions 6(4): 205-206.

  • Pfefferkorn, H.W.
    Pfefferkorn, H.W. 2000. Review of: Jones, T.P. and Rowe, N.P. Fossil plants and spores: Modern techniques. Historical Biology 14: 189-191.

  • Smith, U.R.
    Smith, U.R. 2000. Review of: LucID Professional for Windows. Systematic Botany 25: 567-568.

  • Strother, P.K.
    Strother, P. K. 2000. Review of: Poag, C. W. 1999. Chesapeake invader: discovering America’s giant meteorite crater. Choice 37: 8.

  • Strother, P. K. 2000. Review of: Singer, R. [ed.], 1999. Encyclopedia of paleontology. Choice 37: 11-12.

  • Strother, P. K. 2000. Review of: Fiffer, S. 2000. Tyrannosaurus Sue: the extraordinary saga of the largest most fought over T. rex ever found. Choice 38: 2.


BOOKS

  • Gastaldo, R.A
    Gastaldo, R.A. and DiMichele, W.A. [eds.]. 2000. Phanerozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems. The Paleontological Society Papers, New Haven, v. 6,
    308 p.

  • Herendeen, P.S.
    Herendeen, P.S. and Bruneau, A., [eds.]. 2000. Advances in legume systematics, part 9. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

  • Jansonius, J.
    Kalgutkar, R.M. and Jansonius, J. 2000. Synopsis of fossil fungal spores, mycelia and fructifications. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, Contributions Series 39: 1-423.

  • Manchester, S.J.
    Kvacek, Z and Manchester S.R. [eds.]. 2000 Eur-American similarities through the Cenophytic. Proceedings of the Symposium 19.5 held at the
    XVI International Botanical Congress, August 5, 1999, St. Louis, Mossouri, USA. Acta Universitatis Carolinae Geologica 44 (1):1-114.

  • Skog, J.E.
    Greuter, W., McNeill, J., Barrie, F.R., Burdet, H.M., Demoulin, V., Filgueiras, T.S., Nicolson, D.H., Silva, P.C., Skog, J.E., Trehane, P. and Turland N.J. 2000. International Code of Botanical Nomenclature. Koeltz Scientific Books. Konigstein, Germany.


GENERAL

  • Archangelsky, S.
    Archangelsky, S., Lezama, L. and Archangelsky, A. 2000. Bibliografía Paleobotánica Argentina. Publicac. Especial Museo Paleontol. 'E.Feruglio
    (MEF), n 1: 1-83. Trelew

  • Archangelsky, S. and Lezama, L. 2000. Catálogo de los tipos y material ilustrado de la Colección Paleobotánica del Museo Argentino de Ciencias
    Naturales 'B.Rivadavia'. Boletin Academia Nacional de Ciencias en Córdoba 64: 117-146.

  • Collinson, M.E.
    Stankiewicz, A.R., Briggs, D.E.G., Michels, R., Collinson, M.E., Flannery, M.B. and Evershed, R.P. 2000. Alternative origin of aliphatic polymer in kerogen. Geology 28: 559-562.

  • Collinson, M.E., Finch, P.F., Mösle, B., Wilson, R. and Scott, A.C. 2000. Preservation of plant cuticles. Acta Palaeobotanica, Suppl. 2, 1999: 629-632.

  • Van Bergen, P.F., Collinson, M.E. and Stankiewicz, B.A. 2000. The importance of molecular palaeobotany. Acta Palaeobotanica, Suppl. 2, 1999: 653-657.

  • Crepet, W.L.
    Crepet, W.L. 2000. Progress in understanding angiosperm history, success, and relationships: Darwin's abominably "perplexing phenomenon". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97: 12939-12941.

  • Cressler, W.L.
    Cressler, W.L. In press. Evidence of Earliest Known Wildfires. Palaios.

  • Dilcher, D.L.
    Wiemann, M.C., Dilcher, D.L. and Manchester, S.R. In press. Estimation of mean annual temperature from leaf and wood physiognomy. Forest Science.

  • Doyle, J.A.
    Doyle, J.A. 2000. Paleobotany, relationships, and geographic history of Winteraceae. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 87: 303-316.

  • Sanderson, M.J. and Doyle, J.A. In press. Sources of error and confidence intervals in estimating the age of angiosperms from rbcL and 18S rDNA data. American Journal of Botany.

  • Farley, M.B.
    Farley, M.B. and Fleisher, R.L. 1999. Paleoenvironmental analysis, Applied Paleontology. In Beaumont, E.A. and Foster, N.H. [eds.], Exploring for Oil and Gas Traps, pp. 17-31 - 17-35. AAPG Treatise of Petroleum Geology, Tulsa, OK.

  • Farley, M.B. and Armentrout, J.M. 2000. Fossils in the oil patch. Geotimes 45 (10): 14-17.

  • Gastaldo, R.A.
    Behrensmeyer, A.K., Kidwell, S.M. and Gastaldo, R.A. 2000. Taphonomy and Paleobiology. Paleobiology 26:103-147.

  • Jablonski, D., Benton, M.J., Gastaldo, R.A., Marshall, C.R. and Sepkoski, J.J., Jr. 2000. Macroevolution: In Lane, H.R., Steininger, F.F., Kaesler, R.L., Ziegler, W. and Lipps, J. [eds.], Fossils and the Future: Paleontology in the 21st Century. Senckenberg-Buch, Frankfurt 74: 155-166.

  • Graham, A.
    Graham, A. 2000. Modern approaches to the study of tropical paleoenvironments. Topicos Atuais em Botanica, 5ist Congresso Nacional de Botanica, Brasilia, Brazil. pp. 390-395.

  • Kerp, H.
    Roth-Nebelsick, A., Uhl, D., Mosbrugger, V. and Kerp, H., In Press. Evolution and function of leaf venation architecture: a review. Annals of Botany.

  • Knoll, A.H.
    Myers, N. and Knoll, A.H. in press. The future of evolution. Proceedings, National Academy of
    Sciences, USA.

  • Boyce, C.K., Hazen, R.M. and Knoll, A.H. in press. Nondestructive, in situ, cellular scale mapping of
    organic carbon in fossils. Proceedings, National Academy of Sciences, USA.

  • Jolliff, B., Knoll, A., Morris, R., Moerschsuper, J., McSween, H., Gilmore, J., Arvidson, R., Greeley,
    R., Herkenhoff, K. and Squyres, S. in press. Remotely-sensed geology from lander-based to orbital perspectives: Results of FIDO rover May 2000 field tests. Journal of Geophysical Research.

  • Li, Seng-Chen
    Sun, Qi-Gao, Chen, Li-Qun and Li, Cheng-Sen. 1999. Impact of changing atmospheric CO2 concentrations over the Phanerozoic on stomatal parameters of vascular land plants. Chinese Science Bulletin 44(7): 577-582.

  • Li, Xingxue
    Li Xingxue. 2000. General history and propects of China's palaeobotany: A century review. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 39(sup.): 1-13.

  • Liu Jinling, Li Xingxue, Mu Xinan, Xu Hankui, Zhong Shilan, Huang Fei, Wang Weiming and Xu Qinqi. 2000. Further remarks on the environmental
    background of Nanjing Man. In: Song Zhichen [ed.], Palynofloras and Palynomorphs of China. Press of University of Science and Technology of China, pp. 167-173.

  • McElwain, J.C.
    McElwain, J.C. 2000. Evolution of the Atmosphere. In Singer R. [ed.], Encyclopedia of Paleontology. Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago.

  • McElwain, J.C. In Press. Short review entries and expanded definitions of; Palaeobotany; C3, C4, CAM; Leaf physiognomy; Atmospheric composition; CO2 variations; Carbon sinks and sources; Oxygen variations; Stomatal analysis. In: The Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Environmental Change. Matthews, J.A., Coulson, M.G., Luckman, A.J., McCarroll, D., Owen, G., Perry, A.H., Shakesby, R.A., Walsh, R.P.D. Whittaker, R.J. Willis, K.J. [eds.], Edward Arnold Ltd., London.

  • McElwain, J. C. In press. Atmospheric CO2 - Stomata. In Briggs D.E.G. and Crowther P.R. [eds.], Palaeobiology II. Blackwell Science, Oxford.

  • Martinetto, E.
    Martinetto, E. 1999: Palaeocarpology of the Northern Hemisphere, an annual report for 1998. Documenta naturae, Sb. 12: 1-20.

  • Martinetto, E. 2000: Palaeocarpology of the Northern Hemisphere, an annual report for 1999. Documenta naturae, Sb. 13: 1-21.

  • Pfefferkorn, H.W.
    Pfefferkorn, H.W., Gastaldo, R.A. and DiMichele, W.A. 2000. Ecological stability during the Late Paleozoic cold interval. In: Gastaldo, R.A. and DiMichele, W.A. [eds.], Phanerozoic terrestrial ecosystems. The Paleontological Society Papers 6: 63-78.

  • LePage, B.A .and Pfefferkorn, H.W. 2000. Did ground cover change over geologic time? In: Gastaldo, R.A. & DiMichele, W.A. [eds.], Phanerozoic terrestrial ecosystems. The Paleontological Society Papers 6: 171-182.

  • Pigg, K.B.
    Pigg, K.B. 2000. Paleobotany. Highlights Issue. July 2000 issue. Geotimes. 45:36-37.

  • Pigg, K.B. In press. Isoetalean lycopsid evolution: from the Devonian to the present. American Fern Journal.

  • Raymond A.
    Raymond, A., Cutlip, P. and Sweet, M. 2000. Rates and processes of terrestrial nutrient cycling in the Paleozoic: The world before beetles, termites and flies. In Allmon, W. D. and Bottjer, D. J. [eds.], Evolutionary paleoecology: The ecological context of macroevolutionary change, pp. 235-283. Columbia University Press, New York.

  • Skog, J.E.
    Skog, J.E. 1999. Report of the Committee for Fossil Plants:2. Taxon 48: 817-819.

  • Upchurch, G.R. Jr.
    Scherer, J., Upchurch, G.R., Jr., Mack, G.H. and Knaus, M.J. 2000. Foliar physiognomic estimates of climate for the latest Cretaceous: Comparative sensitivity to transfer function. American Journal of Botany 87 (6), Supplement: 76 (Abst.).

  • Upchurch, G.R., Jr. 2000. Paleoclimate modelling using fossil plants. In Briggs, D.E.G., and Crowther, P.R. [eds.], Palaeobiology II. pp. 487–489. Blackwell Science Ltd., Oxford.

  • Upchurch, G.R., Jr. 2000. Comparing paleobotanical estimates of climate and climate model output: An example from the latest Cretaceous. International Organization of Paleobotany Conference VI, Abstracts volume: 132-133.


GENERAL PALYNOLOGY

  • Collinson, M.E.
    Hemsley, A.R., Collinson, M.E., Vincent, B., Griffiths, P.C. and Jenkins, P. 2000. Self-assembly of colloidal units in exine development. In Harley, M.M. Morton, C.M. and Blackmore, S. [eds.], Pollen and

    spores: morphology and biology, pp. 31-44. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK.

  • Jansonius, J.
    Kalgutkar, R.M. and Jansonius, J. 2000. Synopsis of fossil fungal spores, mycelia and fructifications. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, Contributions Series 39: 1-423.

  • Osborn, J.M.
    Cooper, R.L., Osborn, J.M. and Philbrick, C.T. 2000. Comparative pollen morphology and ultrastructure of the Callitrichaceae. American Journal of Botany 87: 161-175.

  • Osborn, J.M. 2000. Pollen morphology and ultrastructure of gymnospermous anthophytes. In Harley, M., Blackmore, S. and Morton, C. [eds.], Pollen and Spores: Morphology and Biology, pp. 163-185. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK.

  • Osborn, J.M., O’Neill, S.P. and El-Ghazaly, G. 2000. Pollen morphology and ultrastructure of Marathrum schiedeanum (Podostemaceae). Grana 39: 221-225.


PRECAMBRIAN

  • Knoll, A.H.
    Knoll, A.H. 2000. Learning to tell Neoproterozoic time. Precambrian Research 100: 3-20.

  • Knoll, A.H. and Xiao, S. 2000. Precambrian Lagerstätten. In Briggs, D. and Crowther, P. [eds.] Paleobiology II, pp. 335-339. Blackwell, Oxford.

  • Karlstrom, K., Bowring, S., Dehler, C., Knoll, A.H., Porter, S.M., Sharp, Z., Des Marais, D.J., Weil, A., Geissman, J., Elrick, M., Timmons, M.J., Keefe, K. and Crossey, L. 2000. Chuar Group of the Grand Canyon: Record of break up of Rodinia, associated change in the global carbon cycle, and ecosystem expansion by 740 Ma. Geology 28: 619-622.

  • Grotzinger, J.P., Watters, W. and Knoll, A.H. 2000. Calcareous metazoans in thrombolitic bioherms of the terminal Proterozoic Nama Group, Namibia. Paleobiology 26: 334-359.

  • Porter, S.M. and Knoll, A.H. 2000. Testate amoebae in the Neoproterozoic Era: evidence from vase-shaped microfossils in the Chuar Group, Grand Canyon. Paleobiology 26: 360-385.

  • Sergeev, V.N. 2000. Timing of early marine lithification and stromatolite biogenicity in peritidal silicified carbonates of the Mesoproterozoic Billyakh Group, Siberia. SEPM Special Publication 67: 59-73.

  • Xiao, S. and Knoll, A.H. 2000. Phosphatized animal embryos from the Neoproterozoic Doushantuo Formation at Weng'an, Guizhou Province, South China. Journal of Paleontology 74: 767-788.

  • Xiao, S., Yuan, X. and Knoll, A.H. 2000. Eumetazoan fossils in terminal Proterozoic phosphorites? Proceedings, National Academy of Sciences, USA 97: 13684-13689.

  • Bartley, J.K., Semikhatov, M.A., Kaufman, A.J., Knoll, A.H., Pope, M.C. and Jacobsen, S.B. In press. Global events across the Mesoproterozoic-Neoproterozoic boundary: C and Sr isotopic evidence from Siberia. Precambrian Research.

  • Strother, P.K.
    Strother, P. K. and Barghoorn, E. S. 2000. Clues to life in the Archean Eon. In Margulis, L., Matthews, C. and Haselton, A. [eds.], Environmental Evolution: Effects of the origin and evolution of life on planet Earth. pp. 97-115. MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.


PALEOZOIC

  • Archangelsky, S.
    Vega, J.C. and Archangelsky, S. 2000. Jejenia gen. nov., a new Carboniferous disseminule from San Juan, Argentina. Boletín Academia Nacional de Ciencias en Córdoba 64: 61-69.

  • Cladera, G., Archangelsky, S. and Vega, J.C. 2000. Precisiones geográficas, estratigráficas y paleoambientales sobre los niveles portadores de cúpulas pteridospérmicas de la Formación Jejenes, Carbonífero de San Juan, Argentina. Ameghiniana 37(2): 213-219.

  • Ottone, E.G. and Archangelsky, S. 2000. Una nueva briofita del Carbonífero Tardío de Argentina. XI Simposio Argentino de Paleobotánica y Palinología, Tucumán, Abstracts p. 79. (abstr.)

  • Basinger, J.F.
    Kotyk, M.E. and Basinger, J.F. 2000. The Early Devonian (Pragian) zosterophyll Bathurstia denticulata Hueber. Canadian Journal of Botany 78: 193-207.

    Gensel, P.G., Kotyk, M.E. and Basinger, J.F. 2001. Morphology of above- and below-ground structures in early Devonian (Pragian-Emsian) plants. In Gensel, P.G. and Edwards, D. [eds.], Plants Invade the Land: Evolutionary and Environmental Perspectives, pp. 83-102. Columbia University Press, New York.

  • Fairon-Demaret, M.
    Gerrienne, P., Fairon-Demaret, M., Galtier, J., Lardeux H., Meyer-Berthaud, B., Régnault, S. and Steemans, P. 1999. Plants associated with Tentaculites in a new Early Devonian locality from Morocco. In Feist, R., Talent, J.A. and Daurer, A. [eds.]: North Gondwana: Mid-Paleozoic Terranes, Stratigraphy and Biota. Abhandlungen der geologischen Bundesanstalt, Austria 54: 323-335.

  • Fairon-Demaret, M. and Berry, C.M. 2000. A reconsideration of Hyenia elegans Kräusel et Weyland and Hyenia 'complexa' Leclercq - two Middle Devonian cladoxylopsids from western Europe. International Journal of Plant Sciences 161 (3): 473-494.

  • Berry, C.M. and Fairon-Demaret, M. 2000 A new reconstruction of Pseudosporochnus nodosus Leclercq et Banks (Middle Devonian, Cladoxylopsida). Program of the sixth Conference of the International Organization of Palaeobotany (IOPC-VI), Qinhauangdao of Hebei, China. (abstr.)

  • Edwards, D., Fairon-Demaret, M. and Berry, C.M. 2000. Plant megafossils in Devonian stratigraphy: a progress report. In Bultynck, P. [ed.],: Subcommission for Devonian Stratigraphy – Fossil groups important for boundary definition. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 220: 25-37.

  • Gastaldo, R.W.
    Pfefferkorn, H.W., Gastaldo, R.A. and DiMichele, W.A. 2000. Ecosystem stability during the Late Paleozoic cold interval: In Gastaldo, R.A., and DiMichele, W.A. [eds.], Phanerozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems. The Paleontological Society Papers 6: 63-78.

  • Pryor, J.S. and Gastaldo, R.A. 2000. Paleoecological analysis of two Early Pennsylvanian mineral-substrate wetlands. Palaios 15: 3-13.

  • Kerp, H.
    Kerp, H. 2000. The modernization of landscapes during the Late Paleozoic - Early Mesozoic. In Gastaldo, R.A. and DiMichele, W.A. [eds.], Phanerozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems. Paleontological Society Papers 6: 79-113.

  • Kerp, H., Broutin, J., Lausberg, S. and Aassoumi, H. In Press. Latest Carboniferous - Early Permian radially symmetrical peltaspermaceous megasporophylls from Europe and North Africa. Comptes Rendus de l’Académie des Sciences, Paris, Série II.

  • Kerp, H., Hass, H. and Mosbrugger, V. 2001. New data on Nothia aphylla Lyon, 1964 ex El Saadawy et Lacey, 1979: a poorly known plant from the Lower Devonian Rhynie Chert. In Gensel, P.G. & Edwards, D. [eds.], Plants invade the land: evolutionary and environmental perspectives, pp. 52-82. Columbia University Press, New York.

  • Kerp, H., Krings, M. and Taylor, T.N. 2000. Morphological and biomechanical diversity among late Palaeozoic seed ferns - scrambling and climbing growth habits. In Spatz, H.C. and Speck, T. [eds.], Plant Biomechanics 2000. Proc. 3rd Plant Biomech. Conf. Freiburg-Badenweiler August 27th to September 2nd 2000, pp. 117-122. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart.

  • Konrad, W., Roth-Nebelsick, A., Kerp, H. and Hass, H. 2000. Transpiration and assimilation of Early Devonian land plants with axially symmetric telomes - simulations on the tissue level. Journal of Theoretical Biology 206: 91-107.

  • Krings, M. and Kerp, H. 2000. A contribution to the knowledge of the pteridosperm genera Pseudomariopteris Danzé-Corsin nov. emend. and Helenopteris nov. gen.. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 111: 145-195.

  • Krings, M., Kerp, H., Taylor, E.L. and Taylor, T.N. In press. Reconstruction of Pseudomariopteris busquetii, a vine-like Late Carboniferous - Early Permian pteridosperm. American Journal of Botany.

  • Krings, M., Kerp, H., Taylor, T.N. and Taylor, E.L. In press. How Paleozoic vines and lianas got off the ground: on scrambling and climbing Late Carboniferous - Early Permian pteridosperms. Botanical Review (special issue: Fossil history, morphology, and phylogeny of seed plants).

    Krings, M., Kerp, H. and Uhl, D. 2000. Epidermale Anatomie von Odontopteris subcrenulata (Rost) Zeiller aus dem Stefan (Oberkarbon) von Blanzy-Montceau (Zentralfrankreich). Feddes Repertorium 111: 385-398.

  • Krings, M., Taylor, T.N., Taylor, E.L., Axsmith, B.J. and Kerp, H. In press. Cuticles of Mariopteris occidentalis White nov. emend. from the Middle Pennsylvanian of Oklahoma (USA), and a new type of climber hook for mariopteroid pteridosperms. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.

  • Lausberg, S. and Kerp, H. 2000. Eine Coniferen-dominierte Flora aus dem Unterrotliegend von Alsenz, Saar-Nahe-Bekken. Feddes Repertorium 111: 399-426.

  • Piepjohn, K., Brinkmann, L., Grewing, A. and Kerp, H. 2000. New data on the age of the uppermost ORS and the lowermost post-ORS strata in Dickson Land (Spitsbergen) and implications for the age of the Svalbardian deformation. In Friend, P.F. and Williams, B.P.J. [eds.], New perspectives on the Old Red Sandstone. Geological Society of London Special Publications 180: 603-609.

  • Roth-Nebelsick, A., Grimm, G., Mosbrugger, V., Hass, H. and Kerp, H. 2000. Morphometric analysis of Rhynia and Asteroxylon: Testing hypotheses regarding the functional aspects of stele geometry and stelar evolution in early land plants. Paleobiology 26: 405-418.

  • Speck, T., Krings, M. and Kerp, H. 2000. A climbing late Palaeozoic seed fern with adhesive tendrils - an early finding of shock-absorbing anchoring structures in fossil climbing plants. In Spatz, H.C. and Speck, T. [eds.], Plant Biomechanics 2000. Proc. 3rd Plant Biomech. Conf. Freiburg-Badenweiler August 27th to September 2nd 2000, 141-147. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart.

  • Klavens, S.D.
    Klavins, S.D., Taylor, E.L., Krings, M. and Taylor, T.N. In press. An unusual, anatomically preserved ovule from the Permian of Antarctica. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.

  • Klavins, S.D. 2000. New gymnosperms from the latest Devonian of southern Ireland. American Journal of Botany 87(6): 70. (abstr.)

  • Knaus, M.J.
    Knaus, M.J., Lucas, S.G., and Rowland, J.M. 2000. An Early Permian Flora from the Abo Formation, Placitas, Sandoval County, New Mexico. New Mexico Geology, Bulletin of the NM Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Socorro, NM. (abstr.)

  • Knaus, M.J., Upchurch, G.R., Jr. and Gillespie, W.H. 2000. Charbeckia macrophylla gen. et sp. nov. from the Price (Pocono) Formation of southeastern West Virginia. Review of Paleobotany and Palynology 111: 71–92.

  • Knaus, M.J., and Gillespie, W.H. In press. Genselia compacta (Jongmans et al.) Knaus et Gillespie comb. nov.: new insights into possible developmental pathways of early photosynthetic units. Palaeontographica B.

  • Knaus, M.J. and Lucas, S.G. In press. A Permo-Carboniferous drought-adapted tree-like neuropterid from Carrizo Arroyo, Central New Mexico. In Lucas, S. G. [ed.], Geology and Paleontology of the Carrizo Arroyo, Central New Mexico. Bulletin of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.

  • Krings, M.
    Krings, M. 2000. Remains of secretory cavities in pinnules of Stephanian pteridosperms from Blanzy-Montceau (Central France): a comparative study. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 132: 369-383.

  • Krings, M. 2000. Zur Morphologie der Spaltöffnungsapparate von Neuropteris cordata (Pteridospermopsida, ?Medullosales) aus dem französischen Oberkarbon. Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie 122: 551-566.

  • Krings, M. In press. Pilzreste auf und in den Fiedern zweier Pteridospermen aus dem Stefan von Blanzy-Montceau (Zentralfrankreich). Abhandlungen des Staatlichen Museums für Mineralogie und Geologie zu Dresden.

  • Krings, M. and Kerp, H. 2000. A contribution to the knowledge of the pteridosperm genera Pseudomariopteris Danzé-Corsin nov. emend. and Helenopteris nov. gen.. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 111: 145-195.

  • Krings, M. and Schultka, S. 2000. Ein besonderes Abdruckfossil von Lyginopteris aus dem Oberkarbon Westfalens, Deutschland. Feddes Repertorium 111: 375-383.

  • Krings, M. and Sommer, G. In press. Eine morphologische Aberration von Calamostachys tuberculata (Sternberg) Weiss aus dem Oberkarbon des Piesberges bei Osnabrück. Osnabrücker Naturwissenschaftliche Mitteilungen.

  • Krings, M., Kerp, H., Taylor, E.L. and Taylor, T.N. In press. Reconstruction of Pseudomariopteris busquetii, a vine-like Late Carboniferous - Early Permian pteridosperm. American Journal of Botany.

  • Krings, M., Kerp, H., Taylor, T.N. and Taylor, E.L. In press: How Paleozoic vines and lianas got off the ground: on scrambling and climbing Late Carboniferous - Early Permian pteridosperms. Botanical Review (special issue: Fossil history, morphology, and phylogeny of seed plants).

    Krings, M., Kerp, H. and Uhl, D. 2000. Epidermale Anatomie von Odontopteris subcrenulata (Rost) Zeiller aus dem Stefan (Oberkarbon) von Blanzy-Montceau (Zentralfrankreich). Feddes Repertorium 111: 385-398.

  • Krings, M., Taylor, T.N., Taylor, E.L., Axsmith, B.J. and Kerp, H. In press. Cuticles of Mariopteris occidentalis White nov. emend. from the Middle Pennsylvanian of Oklahoma (USA), and a new type of climber hook for mariopteroid pteridosperms. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.

  • Kerp, H., Krings, M. and Taylor, T.N. 2000. Morphological and biomechanical diversity among late Palaeozoic seed ferns - scrambling and climbing growth habits. In: Spatz, H.C. and Speck, T. [eds.], Plant Biomechanics 2000. Proc. 3rd Plant Biomech. Conf. Freiburg-Badenweiler August 27th to September 2nd 2000, pp. 117-122. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart.

  • Klavins, S.D., Taylor, E.L., Krings, M. and Taylor, T.N. In press. An unusual, anatomically preserved ovule from the Permian of Antarctica. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.

  • Speck, T., Krings, M. and Kerp, H. 2000. A climbing late Palaeozoic seed fern with adhesive tendrils - an early finding of shock-absorbing anchoring structures in fossil climbing plants. In Spatz, H.C. and Speck, T. [eds.], Plant Biomechanics 2000. Proc. 3rd Plant Biomech. Conf. Freiburg-Badenweiler August 27th to September 2nd 2000, pp. 141-147. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart.

  • Li, C.-S.
    Li, Cheng-Sen and Hueber, F. M. 2000. Cervicornus, a Siegenian (Early Devonian) plant with forked leaves from Yunnan Province, China. Review
    of Palaeobotany and Palynology 109:113-119.

  • Li, Cheng-Sen, Hueber, F. M. and Hotton, C. L. 2000. A neotype for Drepanophycus spinaeformis Göppert 1852. Canadian Journal of Botany 78:
    889-902.

  • Liu, Zhao-Hua, Li, Cheng-Sen and Hilton, J. 2000. Zhutheca Liu, Li et Hilton gen. nov., the fertile pinnules of Fascipteris dansata Gu et Zhi
    and their significance in marattialean evolution. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 109:149-160.

  • Hilton, J. and Li, Cheng-Sen. 2000. Novel branching structures from the Lower Devonian and a note of caution. Acta Palaeobotanica 40(1): 9-15

  • Pfefferkorn, H.W.
    Pfefferkorn, H.W., Gastaldo, R.A. and DiMichele, W.A. 2000. Ecological stability during the Late Paleozoic cold interval. In Gastaldo, R.A. and DiMichele, W.A. [eds.], Phanerozoic terrestrial ecosystems. The Paleontological Society Papers 6: 63-78.

  • Goubet, P., Pfefferkorn, H.W. and Gillespie, W.H. 2000. Neuralethopterids (Trigonocarpalean Pteridosperms) from the Early Pennsylvanian of eastern North America. PaleoBios 20(3): 11-37.

  • Pfefferkorn, H.W., Alleman, V. and Dower, B.L. 2000. Sphenopsids from the Carboniferous of Paracas (Peru): Implications for paleophytogeography and paleoclimate. Program of the sixth Conference of the International Organization of Palaeobotany (IOPC-VI), Qinhauangdao of Hebei, China. (abstr.)

  • Pigg, K.B.
    Nishida, H., Kudo, K., Pigg, K.B. and Rigby, J.F. 2000. New characters of reproductive organs of Glossopteris in relation to its phylogeny. Program of the sixth Conference of the International Organization of Palaeobotany (IOPC-VI), Qinhauangdao of Hebei, China. (abstr.)

  • Raymond A.
    Raymond, A., Cutlip, P. and Sweet, M. 2000. Rates and processes of terrestrial nutrient cycling in the Paleozoic: The world before beetles, termites and flies. In Allmon, W. D. and Bottjer, D. J. [eds.], Evolutionary paleoecology: The ecological context of macroevolutionary change, pp. 235-283. Columbia University Press, New York.

  • Remy, W.
    Remy, W., Selden, P.A. and Trewin, N.H. 2000. Der Rhynie Chert, Unter-Devon, Schottland. In Pinna, G. and Meischner, D. [eds.], Europäische Fossillagerstätten, pp. 28-35. Springer, Berlin.

  • Rothwell, G.W.
    Hernandez-Castillo, G., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G. In press. Compound pollen cones in Paleozoic conifers. American Journal of Botany.

  • Hilton, J., Rothwell, G.W., Galtier, J., Li, C-S. and Wang, S-J. In press. Permineralized cardiocarpalean ovules in wetland vegetation from Early Permian volcanoclastic sediments of China. Palaeontology.

  • Liu, Z-H., Mapes, G. and Rothwell, G.W. 2000. Taxonomic diversity among Late Pennsylvanian conifers at Hamilton, Kansas. American Journal of Botany 87(6): 71. (abstr.)

  • Mapes, G., Keqin Sun, Krings, M., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, R.H. 2000. The earliest occurrence of Medullosa. American Journal of Botany 87(6): 71-72. (abstr.)

  • Mapes, G., Rothwell, G.W. and Liu, Z-H. 2000. Coniferophytes, grade or clade? Confronting the Puzzle. Program of the sixth Conference of the International Organization of Palaeobotany (IOPC-VI), Qinhauangdao of Hebei, China. (abstr.)

  • Rothwell, G.W. and Good, C. W. 2000. Reconstruction of the Pennsylvanian age filicalean fern Botryopteris tridentata. Interenational Journal of Plant Sciences 161: 495-507.

  • Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G. In press. Barthelia furcata gen. et sp. nov., with a review of Paleozoic coniferophytes and a discussion of coniferophyte systematics. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

  • Sun, K-Q., Mapes, G. and Rothwell, G.W. 2000. Phytogeographic considerations of the Cathaysia Flora and the Euramerica Flora. Program of the sixth Conference of the International Organization of Palaeobotany (IOPC-VI), Qinhauangdao of Hebei, China. (abstr.)

  • Tomescu, A.M.F., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G. In press. Lyginopteris royali sp. nov. from the Upper Mississippian of North America. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.

  • Yao, Z., Liu, L-J. Liu, Mapes, G. and Rothwell, G.W. 2000. Leaf Morphology and Cuticular Anatomy of Sphenophyllum in the Gigantopteris flora from South China. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 110: 67-92.

  • Yao, Z., Liu, L-J., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G.. 2000. Szecladia gen. nov., an Upper Permian conifer with multiveined leaves from South China. Journal of Paleontology 74: 524-521.

  • Scheckler, S.E.
    Scheckler, S.E. 2001. Afforestation – the first forests. In Briggs, D.E.G and Crowther, P. [eds.], Palaeobiology II, pp. 67-71. Blackwell Science Ltd., Oxford.

  • Scheckler, S.E. 1999. Progymnosperms. In R. Singer, [ed.], Encyclopedia of Paleontology, pp. 992-995. Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, Chicago and London.

  • Scheckler, S.E., Postnikoff, D.L. and Chameroy, E.J. 2000. Devonian forests with the first large trees (Archaeopteris). L’Arbre 2000: Biologie et développement. 4e Symposium International sur L’Arbre. Montreal, Canada. (abstr.)

  • Scheckler, S.E. and Galtier, J. 2000. Vascular cambium of stem group lignophytes and other early woody plants. L’Arbre 2000: Biologie et développement. 4e Symposium International sur L’Arbre. Montreal, Canada. (abstr.)

  • Scheckler, S.E., Postnikoff, D.L. and Chameroy, E.J. 2000. Late Devonian forests with the first large trees (Archaeopteris). Botanical Society of America, Portland, Oregon. (abstr.)

  • Scheckler, S.E., Postnikoff, D.L. and Chameroy, E.J. 2000. Earliest forests of the Late Devonian. 6th Program of the sixth Conference of the International Organization of Palaeobotany (IOPC-VI), Qinhauangdao of Hebei, China. (abstr.)

  • Algeo, T.J., Scheckler, S.E. and Maynard, J.B. 2001. Effects of the Middle to Late Devonian spread of vascular land plants on weathering regimes, marine biotas, and global climate. In Gensel, P.G. and Edwards, D. [eds.], Plants invade the land: Evolutionary and Environmental Perspectives, pp. 213-236, Columbia University Press.

  • Cai, C.Y., Schneck, T., Mosbrugger, V. and Scheckler, S.E. 2000. New data on the anatomy and growth habit of Astralocaulis davidii (Harris) Hueber with comments on its systematic position. Program of the sixth Conference of the International Organization of Palaeobotany (IOPC-VI), Qinhauangdao of Hebei, China. (abstr.)

  • Meyer-Berthaud, B. and Scheckler, S.E. 2000. Nouvelles données sur le phloème secondaire d'Archaeopteris et leur signification évolutive. Colloque de l'Organisation Francaise de Paléobotanique. Lyon, France. (abstr.)

  • Meyer-Berthaud, B., Scheckler, S.E. and Bousquet, J-L. 2000. The development of Archaeopteris: new evolutionary characters from the structural analysis of an Early Famennian trunk from southeast Morocco. American Journal of Botany 87: 456-468.

  • Soria A., Meyer-Berthaud, B. and Scheckler, S.E.
    In press. Reconstructing the architecture and growth
    habit of Pietzschia levis sp. nov. (Cladoxylopsida)
    from the Late Devonian of south-eastern Morocco. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

  • Soria, A., Meyer-Berthaud, B., Scheckler, S.E. and Teruzzi, G. 2000. Les Cladoxylales du Dévonien supérieur du sud-est marocain. Colloque de l'Organisation Francaise de Paléobotanique. Lyon, France. (abstr.)

  • Taylor, W.A.
    Taylor, W.A., Free, C. and Novak, C. 1999. Structural analysis of Spongiophyton from the Devonian of southeastern Wisconsin. XIV International Botanical Congress Abstracts, 448.

  • Tomescu, A.M.F.
    Tomescu, A.M.F., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G. In press. Lyginopteris royali sp. nov. from the Upper Mississippian of North America. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.

  • Upchurch, G.R., Jr.
    Knaus, M.J., Upchurch, G.R., Jr. and Gillespie, W.H. 2000. Charbeckia macrophylla gen. et sp. nov. from the Price (Pocono) Formation of southeastern West Virginia. Review of Paleobotany and Palynology 111: 71–92.

  • Yao, Z.
    Yao, Z., Liu, L-J. Liu, Mapes, G. and Rothwell, G.W. 2000. Leaf Morphology and Cuticular Anatomy of Sphenophyllum in the Gigantopteris flora from South China. Review of Palaeobaotany and Palynology 110: 67-92.

  • Yao, Z., Liu, L-J., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G.. 2000. Szecladia gen. nov., an Upper Permian conifer with multiveined leaves from South China. Journal of Paleontology 74: 524-521.

  • Liu, L. and Yao, Z. 1999. Some characteristic elements of w. European Rotliegend from the Gigantopteris flora of South China. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 38(4): 505-516.

  • Liu, L. and Yao, Z. 2000. Phyterals of Permian Coal with special reference to the cuticle with fungal hyphae parasitic. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 39(supplement): 104-109.

  • Liu, L. and Yao, Z. 2000. The earliest Permian Peltaspermum and some gymnospermous seeds from southern border of the Turpan-Hami basin of Xinjiang, China. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 39(supplement): 110-118.


PALEOZOIC PALYNOLOGY

  • Collinson, M.E.
    Cottnam, C.F., Hemsley, A.R., Rossler, R., Collinson, M.E. and Brain, A.P.R. 2000. Diversity of exine structure in Upper Carboniferous (Westphalian) selaginellalean megaspores. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 109: 33-44.

  • Dunn, M.T.
    Dunn, M. T., Spinosa, C. and Wardlaw, B. R. In press. Preliminary palynology and invertebrate faunas of the Carboniferous-Permian boundary stratotype, Aidaralash Creek, Kazakhstan. Proceedings of the International Meeting of the Continental Permian, Brescia, Italy.

  • Jansonius, J.
    Kalgutkar, R.M. and Jansonius, J. 2000. Synopsis of fossil fungal spores, mycelia and fructifications. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, Contributions Series 39: 1-423.

  • Strother, P.K.
    Beck, J. H. and Strother, P. K. In press. Silurian spores and cryptospores from the Arisaig Group, Nova Scotia, Canada. Palynology.

  • Strother, P.K. 2000. Cryptospores: The origin and Early Evolution of the Terrestrial Flora. In Gastaldo, R. A. and DiMichele, W. A. [eds.], Phanerozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems. The Paleontological Society Papers 6: 3-19.

  • Strother, P.K. and Beck, J. H. 2000. Spore-like microfossils from Middle Cambrian strata: expanding the meaning of the term cryptospore. In Harley, M. M., Morton, C. M. and Blackmore, S. [eds.], Pollen and Spores: Morphology and Biology, pp. 413–424. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

  • Strother, P. K. and Wood, G. 2000. Evidence of terrestrial plants by Middle Cambrian time. Northeast GSA Abstracts with Programs 32 (1): A-76.

  • Baldwin, C. T., Rose, E., Strother, P. K. and Beck, J. H. 2000. The paleoecology of the Bright Angel Shale in the eastern Grand Canyon. GSA Abstracts with Programs 32 (7): A-224.

  • Strother, P. K. 2000. Palynology and the origin of terrestrial ecosystems. GSA Abstracts with programs 32 (7): A-130.

  • Taylor, W.A.
    Taylor, W.A. In press. Evolutionary hypothesis of cryptospore producing plants based on wall ultrastructure. Proceedings of the Ninth International Palynological Congress.

  • Taylor, W.A. 1999. Preliminary analysis of early land plant spores and cryptospores from the Cambrian
    through the Upper Silurian. XIV International Botanical Congress Abstracts, 448. (abstr.)

  • Taylor, W.A. 2000. Ultrastructural variability of lower Paleozoic trilete spores. American Journal of Botany 87(6): 78. (abstr.)

  • Taylor, W.A. 2000. Spore wall development in the earliest land plants. In Pollen and Spores: Morphology and Biology. Harley, M.M., Morton, C.M. and Blackmore, S. [eds.], pp. 425-434. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK.

  • Traverse, A.
    Traverse, A. In press. Dating the earliest tetrapods: A Catskill palynological problem in Pennsylvania. Courier, Forschungs Institut Senckenberg, Frankfurt a. M.


MESOZOIC

  • Ash, S.R.
    Ash, S.R. and Creber, G. 2000. The Late Triassic Araucarioxylon arizonicum trees of the Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona, USA. Palaeontology 43: 15-28.

  • Ash, S.R. 2000. Evidence of oribatid mite herbivory in the stem of a Late Triassic tree fern from Arizona. Journal of Paleontology 74: 1065-1071.

  • Collinson, M.E.
    Collinson, M.E., Featherstone, C., Cripps, J.A., Nichols, G.J. and Scott, A.C. 2000. Charcoal-rich plant debris accumulations in the lower Cretaceous of the Isle of Wight, England. Acta Palaeobotanica, Suppl. 2: 93-105.

  • Scott, A.C., Lomax, B., Collinson, M.E., Upchurch, G. and Beerling, D. 2000. Fire across the K/Tboundary: initial results from the Sugarite Coal, New Mexico, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 164: 381-395.

  • Crepet, W.L.
    Crepet, W.L. In press. A reevaluation of the phylogenetic position of the Bennettitales and its implications for seed plant relationships. Botanical Review.

  • Crepet. W.L., Nixon, K.C. and M.A. Gandolfo. In press. Turonian flora of New Jersey. VII International Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Gandolfo, M.A., Nixon, K.C. and Crepet, W.L. 2000. Monocotyledons: A review of their Early Cretaceous record. In Wilson, K. and Morrison, D. [eds.], Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Comparative Biology of the Monocotyledons. pp. 44-52.

  • Gandolfo, M.A., Nixon , K.C. Crepet, W.L. and Ratcliffe, G.E. 2000. Sorophores of the genus Lygodium from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. Plant Systematics and Evolution 221: 113-123.

  • Gandolfo, M.A., Nixon , K.C. and Crepet, W.L. In press. Studies on Turonian Pinaceae of the Raritan Formation, New Jersey. Plant Systematics and Evolution.

  • Zhou, Z., Crepet, W.L. and Nixon, K.C. In press. The earliest fossil record of the Hamamelidaceae: Late Cretaceous (Turonian) inflorescences and fruits of Altingioideae. American Journal of Botany.

  • Dilcher, D.L.
    Kvacek, J. and Dilcher, D. L. 2000. Comparison of Cenomanian floras from western interior North America and Central Europe. Acta Universitatis Carolinae - Geologica 44: 17-38.

  • Barreto, A.M.F., Bernardes-de-Oliveira, M.E.C., Dilcher, D.L., Mandarim-de-Lacerda, A.F and Viana, M.S.S. 2000. Early Cretaceous monocarpelar fruit of the Crato Member, Santana Formation, Araripe Basin, Northeastern Brazil. Geociências V: 121-124.

  • Dilcher, D.L. 2000. Toward a new synthesis: Major evolutionary trends in the angiosperm fossil record. Proceedings, National Acadamy of Sciences, USA 97: 7030-7036.

  • Gandalfo, M.A.
    Crepet. W.L., Nixon, K.C. and M.A. Gandolfo. In press. Turonian flora of New Jersey. VII International Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Gandolfo, M.A., Nixon, K.C. and Crepet, W.L. 2000. Monocotyledons: A review of their Early Cretaceous record. In Wilson, K. and Morrison, D. [eds], Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Comparative Biology of the Monocotyledons. pp. 44-52.

  • Gandolfo, M.A., Nixon , K.C. Crepet, W.L. and Ratcliffe, G.E. 2000. Sorophores of the genus Lygodium from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. Plant Systematics and Evolution 221: 113-123.

  • Gandolfo, M.A., Nixon , K.C. and Crepet, W.L. In press. Studies on Turonian Pinaceae of the Raritan Formation, New Jersey. Plant Systematics and Evolution.

  • Gee, C.T.
    Gee, C.T., Meyer, C.A. and van Konijnenberg-van Cittert, J.H.A. In press. The first unequivocal sphenophytes from the Late Jurassic of northwestern Switzerland (late Oxfordian Vellerat Formation).
    Paleobotany and implications for facies interpretation. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg.

  • Grauvogel-Stamm, L.
    Lugardon, B., Grauvogel-Stamm, L. and Dobruskina, I. 2000. Comparative ultrastructure of the megaspores of the Triassic Lycopsid Pleuromeia rossica Neuburg. Comptes Rendus de l’Academie des Sciences Paris, Earth and Planetary Sciences 330 IIa: 501-508.

  • Rothwell, G.W., Grauvogel-Stamm, L. and Mapes, G. 2000. An herbaceous fossil conifer: Gymnospermous ruderals in the evolution of Mesozoic vegetation. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 156:139-145.

  • Grauvogel-Stamm, L., Meyer-Berthaud, B. and Vozenin-Serra, C. In press. Permineralized conifer axes from the Middle Triassic of Switzerland: morphology and affinities. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg.

  • Grauvogel-Stamm L. and Lugardon, B. In press. The Triassic lycopsids Pleuromeia and Annalepis: relationships, evolution, and origin. American Fern Journal.

  • Herendeen, P.S.
    Herendeen, P.S. 2000. In search of the first flowers. Newton. Graphic Science Magazine 20(1): 96-103. [in Japanese]

  • Magallón, S., Herendeen, P.S. and Crane, P.R. In press. Floral diversity in Hamamelidoideae (Hamamelidaceae): Androdecidua endressi gen. et sp. nov. from the late Santonian (Late Cretaceous) of Georgia, U.S.A. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

  • Knaus, M.J.
    Sherer, J., Upchurch, G.R. Jr., Mack, G.H. and Knaus, M.J. 2000. Foliar physiognomy estimates of climate for the latest Cretaceous: comparative sensitivity to transfer function. American Journal of Botany 87(6): 76. (abstr.)

  • Krings, M.
    Axsmith, B.J., Krings, M. and Taylor, T.N. In press. A filmy fern from the Upper Triassic of North Carolina (U.S.A.). American Journal of Botany.

  • Magallón, S
    Magallón, S., Herendeen, P.S. and Crane, P.R. In press. Androdecidua endressi gen et sp. nov, from the Late Cretaceous of Georgia, U.S.A.: further floral diversity in Hamamelidoideae (Hamamelidaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences.

  • Nixon, K.C.
    Crepet. W.L., Nixon, K.C. and M.A. Gandolfo. In press. Turonian flora of New Jersey. VII International Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Gandolfo, M.A., Nixon, K.C. and Crepet, W.L. 2000. Monocotyledons: A review of their Early Cretaceous record. In Wilson, K. and Morrison, D. [eds.], Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Comparative Biology of the Monocotyledons. pp. 44-52.

  • Gandolfo, M.A., Nixon , K.C. Crepet, W.L. and Ratcliffe, G.E. 2000. Sorophores of the genus Lygodium from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. Plant Systematics and Evolution 221: 113-123.

  • Gandolfo, M.A., Nixon , K.C. and Crepet, W.L. In press. Studies on Turonian Pinaceae of the Raritan Formation, New Jersey. Plant Systematics and Evolution.

  • Zhou, Z., Crepet, W.L. and Nixon, K.C. In press. The earliest fossil record of the Hamamelidaceae: Late Cretaceous (Turonian) inflorescences and fruits of Altingioideae. American Journal of Botany.

  • Osborn, J.M.
    Osborn, J.M., Phipps, C.J. Taylor, T.N. and Taylor, E.L. 2000. Structurally preserved sphenophytes from the Triassic of Antarctica: Reproductive remains of Spaciinodum. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 111: 225-235.

  • Rothwell, G.W.
    Ratzel, S.R., Rothwell, G.W., Mapes, R.H., Mapes, G. and Doguzhaeva, L.A. 2000. Pityostrobus in the Lower Cretaceous of southwestern Russia. American Journal of Botany 87(6): 82. (abstr.)

  • Rothwell, Gar W., Grauvogel-Stamm, L. and Mapes, G. 2000. An herbaceous fossil conifer: Gymnospermous ruderals in the evolution of Mesozoic vegetation. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 156:139-145.

  • Ratzel, S.R., Rothwell, G.W., Mapes, G., Mapes, R.H. and Doguzhaeva, L.A. In press. Pityostrobus in the Lower Cretaceous of southwestern Russia. Journal of Paleontology.

  • Skog, J.E.
    Skog, J.E. In press. Biogeographic distributions of Mesozoic ferns related to modern families. Brittonia.

  • Smith, U.R.
    Smith, U.R. In press. Revision of the Cretaceous fossil genus Palaeoaster (Papaveraceae) and clarification of pertinent species of Eriocaulon, Palaeoaster and Sterculiocarpus. Novon.

  • Stockey, R.A.
    Stockey, R.A. and Smith, S.Y. 2000. A new species of Millerocaulis (Osmundaceae) from the Lower Cretaceous of California. International Journal of Plant Sciences 161: 159-166.

  • Smith, S.Y. and Stockey, R.A. In press. A new species of Pityostrobus from the Lower Cretaceous of California and its bearing on the evolution of Pinaceae. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

  • Upchurch, G.R.
    Lomax, B.H., Beerling, D.J., Upchurch, G.R., Jr. and Otto-Bliesner, B.L. 2000. Terrestrial ecosystem responses to global environmental change across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary. Geophysical Research Letters 27: 2149–2152.

  • Scott, A.C., Lomax, B.H., Collinson, M.E., Upchurch, G.R. and Beerling, D.J. 2000. Fire across the K/T boundary: initial results from the Sugarite Coal, New Mexico, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 164: 381–395.

  • Wheeler, E.A.
    Wheeler, E.A. and Lehman, T.M. 2000. Late Cretaceous woody dicots from the Aguja and Javelina Formations, Big Bend National Park, Texas, USA. Journal of the American Wood Anatomists 21: 83-120.

  • Lehmann, T.M. and Wheeler, E.A. In press. Fossil dicotyledonous forest from the Upper Cretaceous of Big Bend National Park, Texas. Palaios.

  • Zhou, Z.
    Zhou Zhiyan, Zhang Bole, 2000. On the heterogeneity of the genus Rhaphidopteris Barale with description of two species from the Jurassic Yima Formation of Henan, Central China. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 39(Special Publication): 14-23.

  • Zhou Zhiyan and Zhang Bole. 2000. Jurassic flora from Yima, Henan Province. Guide Book for field trips, Program of the sixth Conference of the International Organization of Palaeobotany (IOPC-VI), Qinhauangdao of Hebei, China. (abstr.)
    Zhou Zhiyan, Thévénard, F, Barale, G. and Guignard, G. 2000. A new xeromorphic conifer from the Cretaceous of East China, Palaeontology 43(3): 561-572.

  • Zhou Zhiyan, Wu Xiangwu and Zhang Bole. In press. Tharrisia, a new fossil leafy organ genus, with description of three Jurassic species from China. Palaeontographica B.

  • Zhou Zhiyan, Zhang Lujin and Chen Jinhua. 2000. The continental Triassic. In Stratigraphical Studies in China (1979 – 1999). Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, The Chinese Academy of Sciences [eds.], Hefei: Chinese Science and Technology University Press, China. (in Chinese).


MESOZOIC PALYNOLOGY

  • Archangelsky, S.
    Archangelsky, S. and Archangelsky, A. 2000. Palinología cuantitativa del Cretácico Inferior de la perforación MLD 3, plataforma continental Argentina (Cuenca Austral, Subcuenca Magallanes). XI Simposio Argentino de Paleobotánica y Palinología, Tucumán, Abstracts p. 5. (abstr.)

  • Palamarczuk, S.Archangelsky, A. Barreda, V., Gamerro, J.C. and Archangelsky, S. 2000 Datos palinológicos en dos perforaciones de la plataforma Argentina (Valanginiano-Cenomaniano), Cuenca Austral. XI Simposio Argentino de Paleobotánica y Palinología, Tucumán, Abstracts p. 83. (abstr.)

  • Farley, M.B.
    Kroeger, T.J. and Farley, M.B. 2000. Using paleoenvironmental context to sharpen palynological analysis: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 32 (7) (abstr.).

  • Grauvogel-Stamm, L.
    Lugardon, B., Grauvogel-Stamm, L. and Dobruskina, I. 2000. Comparative ultrastructure of the megaspores of the Triassic Lycopsid Pleuromeia rossica Neuburg. Comptes Rendus de l’Academie des Sciences Paris, Earth and Planetary Sciences 330 IIa: 501-508.

  • Jansonius, J.
    Kalgutkar, R.M. and Jansonius, J. 2000. Synopsis of fossil fungal spores, mycelia and fructifications. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, Contributions Series 39: 1-423.

  • Osborn, J.M.
    Osborn, J.M. 2000. Pollen morphology and ultrastructure of gymnospermous anthophytes. In Harley, M., Blackmore, S. and Morton, C. [eds.], Pollen and Spores: Morphology and Biology, pp. 163-185. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK.


TERTIARY

  • Collinson, M.E.
    Collinson, M.E. 2000. Cainozoic evolution of modern plant communities and vegetation. In Culver, S.J. and Rawson, P.F. [eds.], Biotic response to global change: the last 145 million years. pp. 223-243. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

  • Collinson, M.E. 2000. Fruit and seed floras from the Palaeocene/Eocene transition and subsequent Eocene in southern England: comparison and palaeoenvironmental implications. GFF. pp. 36-37.

  • Collinson, M.E. In press. Cainozoic Ferns and their distribution. Brittonia.

  • Collinson, M.E. and Hooker, J.J. 2000. Gnaw marks on Eocene seeds: evidence for early rodent behaviour. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 157: 127-149.

  • Collinson, M.E., Hooker, J.J., Lindars, E.S., Grimes, S. and Mattey, D.P. 2000. Terrestrial palaeoenvironmental reconstruction using co-occurring Cainozoic plants and mammals. Palaeontology Newsletter 45, abstracts 2000: 11.

  • Scott, A.C., Lomax, B., Collinson, M.E., Upchurch, G. and Beerling, D. 2000. Fire across the K/Tboundary: initial results from the Sugarite Coal, New Mexico, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 164: 381-395.

  • Dilcher, D.L.
    Dilcher, D.L. 2000. Geological history of the vegetation in Southeast United States. In Lipscomb, B., Pipoly, J. and Sanders, R. [eds.], Floristics in the New Millennium: Proceedings of the Flora of the Southeast US Symposium Sida, Botany Miscellaneous 18: 1-21.

  • Jaramillo, C.A. and Dilcher, D.L. 2000. Microfloral diversity patterns of the late Paleocene-Eocene interval in Colombia, northern South America. Geology 28: 815-818.

  • Jaramillo, C.A. and Dilcher, D.L. In press. Middle
    Paleogene palynology of Central Colombia, South
    America: A study of pollen and spores from tropical
    latitudes. Paleontographica.

  • Fairon-Demaret, M.
    Fairon-Demaret, M. and Smith, T. 2000. Les graines récoltées à Dormaal (Belgique) dans les couches de transition Paléocène-Eocène. – Note préliminaire. Monografias Academia Ciencias, Exactas Fisicas, Quimicas y Naturales de Zaragoza 16: 19-21.

  • Gee, C.
    Gee, C.T. In press. The mangrove palm Nypa in the geologic past of the New World. In Duke, N.C. and Schwartzbach, A. [eds.], Mangrove Special Issue. Wetlands Ecology and Management.

  • Gee. C.T. and Mörs, T. In press. Aquatic macrophytes from the upper Oligocene fossillagerstätte of Rott (Rhineland, Germany). Part I: Seeds. Palaeontographica, Abt. B.

  • Herendeen, P.S.
    Herendeen, P.S. and Jacobs, B.F. 2000. Fossil legumes from the Middle Eocene (46.0 Ma) Mahenge flora, Singida, Tanzania. American Journal of Botany 87: 1358-1366.

  • Ickert-Bond, S.M.
    Pigg, K.B., Wehr, W.C. and Ickert-Bond, S.M. In press. Trochodendron and Nordenskioldia (Trochodendraceae) from the middle Eocene of Washington State, USA. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

  • Li, Seng-Chen
    Feng, Guang-Ping, Li, Cheng-Sen, Zhilin, S. G., Wang Yu-Fei and Gabrielyan, I. G. 2000. Nyssidium jiayinense sp. nov. (Cercidiphyllaceae) of the Early Tertiary from NE China. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 134(3): 471-484.

  • Liu, Yan-Ju, Li, Cheng-Sen and Wang, Yu-Fei. 1999. Studies on fossil Metasequoia from Northeast China and their taxonomic implication. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 130: 267-297.

  • Manchester, S.R.
    Manchester, S.R., 2000. Late Eocene fossil plants of the John Day Formation, Wheeler County, Oregon. Oregon Geology 62:51-63.

  • Manchester, S.R. In press. Leaves and fruits of Aesculus (Sapindales) from the Paleocene of North America. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

  • Manchester, S.R. and Hermsen, E. J. 2000. Flowers, fruits, seeds, and pollen of Landeenia gen. nov., an extinct sapindalean genus from the Eocene of Wyoming. American Journal of Botany 87: 1909-1914.

  • Akhmetiev, M.A. and Manchester, S.R. 2000. A new species of Palaeocarpinus (Betulaceae) from the Paleogene of Eastern Sikhote-Alin. Paleontological Journal 34: 467-474.

  • Hably, L. and Manchester, S.R. 2000. Fruits of Tetrapterys (Malpighiaceae) from the Oligocene of Hungary and Slovenia. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 111: 93-101.

  • Hably, L., Kvacek, Z. and Manchester, S.R. 2000. Shared taxa of land plants in the Oligocene of Europe and North America in context of Holarctic
    phytogeography. Acta Universitatis Carolinae-Geologica 44: 59-74.

  • Kvacek, Z., Manchester, S.R. and Schorn, H.E. 2000. Cones, seeds, and foliage of Tetraclinis salicornioides (Cupressaceae) from the Oligocene
    and Miocene of western North America: a geographic extension of the European. International Journal of Plant Sciences 161: 331-344.

  • Kvacek, Z., Manchester, S.R. and Guo, Shuang-xing In Press. Trifoliolate leaves of Platanus bella (Heer) comb. n. from the Paleocene of North America, Greenland, and Asia and their relationships among extinct and extant Platanaceae. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

  • McClain, A.M. and Manchester, S.R. In press. Dipteronia (Sapindaceae) from the Tertiary of North America and implications for the phytogeographic
    history of the Aceroideae. American Journal of Botany.

  • Wang, Yufei and Manchester, S.R. 2000. Chaneya, A new genus of winged fruit from the Tertiary of North America and eastern Asia. International Journal of Plant Sciences 161: 167-178.

  • Xiang, Q.-Y., Soltis, D.E., Soltis, P.S., Manchester, S.R. and Crawford, D.J. 2000. Timing the eastern Asian-eastern North American floristic disjunction: molecular clock corroborates paleontological
    data. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 15: 462-472.

  • Pigg, K.B.
    Pigg, K.B., Wehr, W.C. and Ickert-Bond, S.M. In press. Trochodendron and Nordenskioldia (Trochodendraceae) from the middle Eocene of Washington State, USA. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

  • Pigg, K.B. and Rothwell, G.W. 2001. Anatomically preserved Woodwardia virginica (Blechnaceae) and a new filicalean fern from the middle Miocene Yakima Canyon flora of central Washington, USA. American Journal of Botany 88: 777-787.

  • Pigg, K.B. and Tcherepova, M. 2000. Taxonomic, phytogeographic and ecological significance of the Yakima Canyon flora (middle Miocene, Washington state, USA). American Journal of Botany 87(6): 74. (abstr.)

  • Pigg, K.B. and Wehr, W.C. 2000. Trochodendron (Trochodendraceae) from the early middle Eocene Republic Flora, Washington, USA. American Journal of Botany 87(6): 74. (abstr.)

  • Rothwell, G.W.
    Pigg, K.B. and Rothwell, G.W. 2001. Anatomically preserved Woodwardia virginica (Blechnaceae) and a new filicalean fern from the middle Miocene Yakima Canyon flora of central Washington, USA. American Journal of Botany 88: 777-787.

  • Stockey R.A., Rothwell, G.W., Addy, H.D. and Currah, R.S. In press. Mycorrhizal association of the extinct conifer Metasequoia milleri. Mycological Research.

    Stockey R.A., Rothwell, G.W. and Falder, A.B. In press. Diversity among taxodioid conifers; Metasequoia foxii sp. nov., from the Paleocene of central Alberta, Canada. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

  • Stockey, R.A.
    Stockey, R.A., Rothwell, G.W., Addy, H.D. and Currah, R.S. In press. Mycorrhizal association of the extinct conifer Metasequoia milleri. Mycological Research.

    Stockey, R.A., Rothwell, G.W. and Falder, A.B. In press. Diversity among taxodioid conifers; Metasequoia foxii sp. nov. from the Paleocene of
    central Alberta, Canada. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

  • Upchurch, G.R., Jr.
    Lomax, B.H., Beerling, D.J., Upchurch, G.R., Jr. and Otto-Bliesner, B.L. 2000. Terrestrial ecosystem responses to global environmental change across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary. Geophysical Research Letters 27: 2149–2152.

  • Scott, A.C., Lomax, B.H., Collinson, M.E., Upchurch, G.R. and Beerling, D.J. 2000. Fire across the K/T boundary: initial results from the Sugarite Coal, New Mexico, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 164: 381–395.

  • Wilf, P.
    Wilf, P. 2000. Late Paleocene-early Eocene climate changes in southwestern Wyoming: Paleobotanical analysis. Geological Society of America Bulletin 112: 292-307.

  • Wilf, P. and Labandeira, C.C. 2000. Effects of Paleocene-Eocene warming on insect herbivory. GFF 122: 178-179.

  • Wilf, P. and Labandeira, C.C. 1999. Response of plant-insect associations to Paleocene-Eocene warming. Science 284: 2153-2156.

  • Wilf, P., Labandeira, C.C., Kress, W.J., Staines, C.L., Windsor, D.M., Allen, A.L. and Johnson, K.R. 2000. Timing the radiations of leaf-beetles: Hispines on gingers from latest Cretaceous to Recent. Science 289: 291-294.

  • Wilf, P., Wing, S.L., Greenwood, D.R. and Greenwood, C.L. 1999. Using fossil leaves as paleoprecipitation indicators: An Eocene example: Reply. Geology 27: 92.

  • Zavada, M.S.
    Zavada, M.S. and De Villiers, S. 2000. Pollen of the Asteraceae from the Paleocene-Eocene of South Africa. Grana 39: 39-45.



TERTIARY PALYNOLOGY
  • Basinger, J.F.
    Liu, Y-S. and Basinger, J.F. 2000. Fossil Cathaya (Pinaceae) pollen from the Canadian High Arctic. International Journal of Plant Sciences 161: 829-847.

  • Collinson, M.E.
    Batten, D.J. and Collinson, M.E. In press. Revision of Palaeocene megaspores and associated microfossils from the Netherlands, Belgium and the USA. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.

  • Farley, M.B.
    Kroeger, T.J. and Farley, M.B. 2000. Using paleoenvironmental context to sharpen palynological analysis: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 32 (7) (abstr.).

  • Graham, A.
    Graham, A., Wood, G.D., Elsik, W.C. and Speed, R.C. 2000. Petrofilaments in palynological preparations. American Journal of Botany 87: 752-753.

  • Graham, A. 2000. Palynofloras and terrestrial environments in the Eocene of the Caribbean Basin. GFF (Geological Society of Sweden) 122: 64.

  • Graham, A., Cozadd, D., Areces-Mallea, A. and Frederiksen, N.O. 2000. Studies in Neotropical Paleobotany. XIV. A palynoflora from the middle Eocene Saramaguacán Formation of Cuba. American Journal of Botany 87: 1526-1539.

  • Jansonius, J.
    Kalgutkar, R.M. and Jansonius, J. 2000. Synopsis of fossil fungal spores, mycelia and fructifications. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, Contributions Series, no. 39, p. 1-423.

  • Manchester, S.R.
    Manchester, S.R. and Hermsen, E. J. 2000. Flowers, fruits, seeds, and pollen of Landeenia gen. nov., an extinct sapindalean genus from the Eocene of Wyoming. American Journal of Botany 87: 1909-1914.

  • Martinetto, E.
    Martinetto, E. 1999. Chronological framing of Pliocene to Early Pleistocene plant macrofossil assemblages from northern Italy. Acta Palaeobot. Suppl. 2: 503-511. Krakow.

  • Zavada, M.S.
    Zavada, M.S. and De Villiers, S. 2000. Pollen of the Asteraceae from the Paleocene-Eocene of South Africa. Grana 39: 39-45.


QUATERNARY PALYNOLOGY

  • Jansonius, J.
    Kalgutkar, R.M. and Jansonius, J. 2000. Synopsis of fossil fungal spores, mycelia and fructifications. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, Contributions Series 39: 1-423.

  • Tomescu, A.M.F.
    Tomescu, A.M.F. 2000. Evaluation of Holocene pollen records from the Romanian Plain. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 109: 219-233.


TAPHONOMY

  • Collinson, M.E.
    Stankiewicz, A.R., Briggs, D.E.G., Michels, R., Collinson, M.E., Flannery, M.B. and Evershed, R.P. 2000. Alternative origin of aliphatic polymer in kerogen. Geology 28: 559-562.

  • Collinson, M.E., Finch, P.F., Mösle, B., Wilson, R. and Scott, A.C. 2000. Preservation of plant cuticles. Acta Palaeobotanica, Suppl. 2, 1999: 629-632.

  • Van Bergen, P.F., Collinson, M.E. and Stankiewicz, B.A. 2000. The importance of molecular palaeobotany. Acta Palaeobotanica, Suppl. 2, 1999: 653-657.

  • Scott, A.C., Cripps, J., Nichols, G.J.N. and Collinson, M.E. 2000. The taphonomy of charcoal following a recent heathland fire and some implications for the interpretation of fossil charcoal deposits. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 164: 1-31.

  • Nichols, G.J., Cripps, J.A., Collinson, M.E. and Scott, A.C. 2000. Experiments in waterlogging and sedimentology of charcoal: results and implications. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 164: 43-56.

  • Gastaldo, R.A.
    Behrensmeyer, A.K., Kidwell, S.M. and Gastaldo, R.A. 2000. Taphonomy and Paleobiology. Paleobiology, 26: 103-147.

  • Raymond A.
    Raymond, A., Cutlip, P. and Sweet, M. 2000. Rates and processes of terrestrial nutrient cycling in the Paleozoic: The world before beetles, termites and flies. In Allmon, W. D. and Bottjer, D. J. [eds.], Evolutionary paleoecology: The ecological context of macroevolutionary change. pp. 235-283. Columbia University Press, New York.


NON-FOSSIL

  • Collinson, M.E.
    Scott, A.C., Cripps, J., Nichols, G.J.N. and Collinson, M.E. 2000. The taphonomy of charcoal following a recent heathland fire and some implications for the interpretation of fossil charcoal deposits. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 164: 1-31.

  • Nichols, G.J., Cripps, J.A., Collinson, M.E. and Scott, A.C. 2000. Experiments in waterlogging and sedimentology of charcoal: results and implications. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 164: 43-56.

  • Dilcher, D.L.
    Wiemann, M.C., Dilcher, D.L. and Manchester, S.R. In press. Estimation of mean annual temperature from leaf and wood physiognomy. Forest Science.

  • Doyle, J.A.
    Doyle, J.A. and Endress, P.K. 2000. Morphological phylogenetic analysis of basal angiosperms: comparison and combination with molecular data. International Journal of Plant Sciences Supplement 161: S121-153.

  • Doyle, J.A., Bygrave, P. and Le Thomas, A. 2000. Implications of molecular data for pollen evolution in Annonaceae. In Harley, M.M., Morton, C.M. and Blackmore, S. [eds.], Pollen and spores: morphology and biology. pp 259-284. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

  • Gandalfo, M.A.
    Gandolfo, M.A. In press. Triuridaceae. In Henderson, A. [ed.], Families of Neotropical Flowering Plants. New York Botanical Garden.

  • Gastaldo, R.W.
    Staub, J.R., Among, H.L. and Gastaldo, R.A. 2000. Seasonal sediment transport and deposition in the Rajang River Delta, Sarawak, East Malaysia. Sedimentary Geology 133: 249-264.

  • Graham, A.
    Graham, S.A. and Graham, A. 2000. The evolution of diaperturate pollen in the eurypalynous genus Cuphea (Lythraceae). In Harley, M.M., Morton, C.M. and Blackmore, S. [eds.], Pollen and Spores: Morphology and Biology. Pp. 349-364. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

  • Herendeen, P.S.
    Herendeen, P.S. 2000. Structural evolution in Caesalpinioideae. In Herendeen, P.S. and Bruneau, A. [eds.], Advances in legume systematics, part 9, pp. 45-64. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

  • Herendeen, P.S. and Miller, R.B. 2000. The application of wood anatomical characters in cladistic phylogenetic analyses. International Association of Wood Anatomists Journal 21: 247-276.

  • Ickert-Bond, S.M.
    Ickert-Bond, S.M. 2000. Cuticular micromorphology of Pinus krempfii Lec. (Pinaceae) and additional species from southeast Asia. International Journal of Plant Science 161(2): 301-317.

  • Ickert-Bond, S.M. and Pinkava, D.J. 2000. Morphology and Cytology of Joint-Fir, Ephedra torreyana var. powelliorum in Big Bend National Park. Investigators’ Annual Report 1999, Big Bend National Park, National Park Service.

  • Ickert-Bond, S.M. 2000. Morphology and Cytology of Joint-fir, Ephedra funerea Coville & Morton in Death Valley National Park. Investigators’ Annual Report 1999, Death Valley National Park, National Park Service.

  • Ickert-Bond, S.M. 2000. On Ephedra L. (Ephedraceae) in Ecuador, contributions from micromorphology and anatomy. Resúmes del III. Congresso Ecuatoriano de Botanica, Quito, Ecuador, p. 102-103.

  • Ickert-Bond, S.M. 2000. Micromorphological and cytological patterns in New World Ephedra L. (Ephedraceae). American Journal of Botany 87(6): 134. (abstr.)

  • Ickert-Bond, S.M. and Pinkava, D.J. 2000. Vascular plant type specimens in the Arizona State University Herbarium. Journal Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 35 (Proc. Suppl.): 9. (abstr.)

  • Crimmins, C., Ickert-Bond, S.M. and Pigg, K.B. 2000. Crucifixion thorns: Convergent desert adaptation of three unrelated genera. Journal Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 35 (Proc. Suppl.): 10. (abstr.)

  • Manchester, S.J.
    Xiang, Q.-Y., Soltis, D.E., Soltis, P.S., Manchester, S.R. and Crawford, D.J. 2000. Timing the eastern Asian-eastern North American floristic disjunction: molecular clock corroborates paleontological data. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 15: 462-472.

  • Nixon, K.C.
    Nixon, K.C. In press. Fagaceae. In Henderson, A. [ed.], Families of Neotropical Flowering Plants. Henderson, A. New York Botanical Garden.

  • Nixon, K.C. and Carpenter, J.M. 2000. On the other "Phylogenetic Systematics". Cladistics 16: 298-318.

  • Simmons, M.P., Bailey, D. and Nixon, K.C. 2000. Phylogeny reconstruction using duplicate genes. Molecular Biology and Evolution 17: 469-473.

  • Soltis, E., Soltis, P.S., Chase, M.W,. Mort, M.E., Albach, D.C., Zanis, M., Savolainen, V., Hahn, W.H., Hoot, S.B., Fay, M.F., Axtell, M., Swensen, S.M., Prince, L.M., Kress, W.J., Nixon, K.C. and Farris, J.S. Angiosperm phylogeny inferred from 18S rDNA, rbcL, and atpB sequences. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 133: 381-461.

  • Osborn, J.M.
    Cooper, R.L., Osborn, J.M. and Philbrick, C.T. 2000. Comparative pollen morphology and ultrastructure of the Callitrichaceae. American Journal of Botany 87: 161-175.

  • Osborn, J.M., O’Neill, S.P. and El-Ghazaly, G. 2000. Pollen morphology and ultrastructure of Marathrum schiedeanum (Podostemaceae). Grana 31:221-225.

  • Pigg, K.B.
    Crimmins, C., Ickert-Bond, S.M. and Pigg, K.B. 2000. Crucifixion thorns: Convergent desert adaptation of three unrelated genera. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 35 (Proceedings Supplement): 10. (abstr.)

  • Wheeler, E.A.
    P. Baas, P. and Wheeler, E.A. 2000. Wood structure of southeast-asian timbers - the PROSEA woods reviewed. In Kim, Y.S. [ed.], New Horizons in Wood Anatomy. pp 1-9. Chonnam National University Press, Korea.

  • Baas, P., Wheeler, E.A. and Chase, M.C. 2000. Dicotyledonous wood anatomy and the APG system of angiosperm classification. Botanical Journal of the
    Linnean Society 134: 3-17.

  • Zavada, M.S.
    Harley, M.M. and M.S. Zavada. 2000. Pollen of the monocotyledons: Selecting characters for cladistic analysis. In Wilson, K.L. and Morrison, D. [eds.], Monocots: Systematics and Evolution. pp. 194-213. CSIRO Publish., Sydney, Australia.

  • Zavada, M.S., Anderson, G.J. and Taylor, T.N. 2000. The role of apertures in pollen germination: A case study from Solanum appendiculatum, pgs. 89-97. In: Harley, M.M. Morten, C.M. and Blackmore, S. [eds.], Pollen and Spores: Morphology and Biology, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.


THESES AND DISSERTATIONS

  • Cressler, W.L.
    Cressler, W.L. 1999. Site-analysis and floristics of the Late Devonian Red Hill locality, Pennsylvania, an Archaeopteris-dominated plant community and early tetrapod site. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 156 pp.

  • McClain, A.M.
    McClain, A.M. 2000. Systematics and biogeography of selected modern and fossil Dipteronia and Acer (Sapindaceae). MS Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville. Available online: http://etd.fcla.edu/etd/uf/2000/ane5960/mcclain.pdf


WORK IN PROGRESS

  • Ash, S.R.
    New cycadophytes from the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation in the American Southwest.

  • The bark of the Late Triassic Araucarioxylon arizonicum tree in Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona.

  • Basinger, J.F.
    Late Silurian plants from Bathurst Island, Canadian High Arctic (with M. Kotyk and P. Gensel).

  • Dilcher, D.L.
    An argument for the origin of heterospory in an aquatic environment (with R.K. Kar, submitted to Acta Palaeobotanica).

  • Early angiosperms from the Lower Cretaceous of Jixi, eastern Heilongjiang, China (with Ge Sun, submitted to Review of Palaeobotany and Palyology).

  • Life in the end-Permian dead zone (with C.V. Looy, R.J. Twitchett, J.H.A. Van Konijnenburg-Van Cittert and H. Visscher, submitted to Proceedings, National Acadamy of Sciences, USA).

  • Doyle, J.A.
    Integrating molecular and fossil evidence on the age of angiosperms: effects of fossil age constraints and nonparametric rate smoothing (with M.J. Sanderson and S. Magallón).

  • Phylogeny and evolution of "basal" angiosperms (with P.K. Endress).

  • Phylogeny of Myristicaceae (with H. Sauquet and A. Le Thomas).

  • Dunn, M.T.
    Palynology of the Carboniferous-Permian boundary stratotype, Aidaralash Creek, Kazakhstan (to be submitted to Review of Paleobotany and Palynology).

  • The Middle Miocene Pickett Creek Flora: A new fossil locality from the southern Snake River Plain near Oreana, Idaho (with W. Buechler and W.C. Rember).

  • On Paleozoic plants from marine strata: Hexaloba finisensia n. gen. et. sp., a trigonocarpalean ovule from the Virgilian (upper Pennsylvanian: Gzhelian) Finis Shale of Texas, USA. (to be submitted to Journal of Paleontology; with G. Mapes and G.W. Rothwell).

  • Gastaldo, R.W.
    Carboniferous of the Black Warrior Basin (with J.C. Pashin, for inclusion in Wagner, R.H. and Prins-Winkler, H., The Carboniferous of the World, Vol. 4).

  • Hoffman, G.L.
    The fossil pollen taxon Pandaniidites Elsik: evidence for affinity to Lemnaceae (with A.R. Sweet).

  • Ickert-Bond, S.M.
    Ephedra L. (Ephedraceae) in Ecuador, contributions from micromorphology and anatomy (for submission to Freire-Fierro, A. y Neil, D.A.- Memorias del III. Congreso Ecuatoriano de Botánica).

  • Vascular plant types in the Arizona State University herbarium (with D.J. Pinkava).

  • Manchester, S.R.
    Fruits and seeds of Craigia bronnii (Malvaceae Tilioideae) and associated flower buds from the late Miocene Inden Formation, Lower Rhine Basin, Germany (with Z. Kvacek, R. Zetter and M. Pingen, for submission to Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology).

  • Leaves and fruits of Davidia (Cornales) from the Paleocene of North America and eastern Asia

  • Leaves and fruits of Celtis aspera (Newberry) comb. nov. (Celtidaceae) from the Paleocene of North America and Asia.

  • Magallón, S
    Absolute diversification rates in angiosperm clades (with M.J. Sanderson, submitted to Evolution).

  • McElwain, J.C.
    Evolution of Plants. (with K. Willis, in press at Oxford University Press: Oxford).

  • High sensitivity of atmospheric CO2 to climatic cooling and thermohaline circulation during the Younger Dryas stadial (with D.J. Beerling and F.E. Mayle, submitted to Journal of Quaternary Science).

  • A review of vegetation dynamics and environmental change spanning the Triassic-Jurassic mass extinction boundary (with D.J. Beerling, and M. Popa, invited paper for Earth Science Reviews).

  • Nixon, K.C.
    Taxonomía, cladística y la construcción de hipótesis filogenéticas. Proccedings of the Symposium of the 50th Anniversary of the Instituto de Biología, Universidad Autónoma de México (with H. Ochoterena-Booth).

  • Rothwell, G.W.
    Pachytesta hexaloba: a new species of Pachytesta from the Virgilian (Gzhelian) Finis Shale of Texas, USA (with M.T. Dunn and G. Mapes).

  • Hanskerpiaceae fam. nov., with a review and reevaluation of Paleozoic walchian conifers
    (with G.R. Hernandez-Castillo and G. Mapes).

  • Scheckler, S.E.
    Langoxylon asterochlaenoideum Stockmans: anatomy and relationships of a fern-like plant from the Middle Devonian of Belgium (with. J.E. Skog, and H.P. Banks, submitted to International Journal of Plant Sciences).

  • Eco-physiology of the Early Carboniferous progymnosperm tree Protopitys buchiana from wood anatomy (with J. Galtier, submitted to Annals of Botany).

  • Smith, U.R.
    Permineralized fossil fruits of Palaeoaster, a Late Cretaceous genus of Papaveraceae (accepted pending revision in International Journal of Plant Sciences).

  • Stockey, R.A.
    Permineralized pinaceous cones from Vancouver Island, British Columbia (with S.Y. Smith).

  • Haemanthophyllum leaves from the Upper Cretaceous St. Mary River Formation of southern Alberta (with M.G. Riley).

  • An aquatic dicot with floating rosettes of leaves from the Upper Cretaceous St. Mary River Formation of southern Alberta (with M.G. Riley).

  • A reconstruction of Decodon allenbyensis from the Middle Eocene Princeton chert of British Columbia (with S.A. Little).

  • Cercidiphyllaceous infructescences from the Upper Cretaceous Horseshoe Canyon Formation of Alberta (with R. Serbet).

  • Annonaceous seeds from the Middle Eocene Appian Way locality, Vancouver Island (with S.A Little and G. Beard).

  • Fruits and seeds from the Appian Way Locality, Vancouver Island.

  • Cycadeoidalean fructifications from Vancouver Island (with Gar Rothwell).

  • Araucarian cones from Japan and North America (with W.D. Tidwell and H. Nishida).

  • Taylor, W.A.
    Studies in cryptospore ultrastructure: variability in the tetrad genus Tetrahedraletes and type material of Dyadospora murusattenuata from central Pennsylvania. (submitted to Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology)

  • Studies in Cambrian cryptospores (with Paul Strother)

  • Traverse, A.
    Paleoecological studies with the palynoflorules at the Devonian Red Hill locality, near Renovo, Pennsylvania.

  • Palynostratigraphic studies of Permian/Carboniferous floras from New Mexico and surrounding areas.

  • Cooperative research comparing Traverse's weighing method for per gram measurements of palynomorphs with the conventional Lycopodium "stick" technique (with Francine McCarthy).

  • Upchurch, G.R., Jr.
    Simulating terrestrial biosphere response to the terminal Cretaceous impact event (with B.H. Lomax, D.J. Beerling and B.L. Otto-Bliesner).

  • Coordinated isotopic and palaeobotanical evidence for the recovery of terrestrial ecosystems ahead of marine primary production following a biotic crisis at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary. (with D.L. Beerling, B.L. Lomax, D.J. Nichols, C.L. Pillmore, L.L. Handley, C.M. Scrimgeour and C. Yoder).

  • Wheeler, E.A.
    Fossil dicotyledonous woods of the Clarno Nut Beds (with Steve Manchester).

  • Fossil woods of Big Bend National Park (with Tom Lehman).


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