A review of selected aspects of coccolithophore biology with implications for paleobiodiversity estimation

@inproceedings{Young2005ARO,
  title={A review of selected aspects of coccolithophore biology with implications for paleobiodiversity estimation},
  author={Jeremy R. Young and Markus Geisen and Ian Probert},
  year={2005}
}
To help understand potential biases in coccolithophore paleo-biodiversity estimates various aspects of their biology are reviewed based on the recent monographic guide to extant coccolithophore taxonomy and research developed within the CODENET project. The evidence for life-cycles in coccolithophores involving two biomineralized phases is reviewed in detail, and it is shown that these are likely to have been pervasive through the fossil record of coccolithophores. The extent of polymorphism in… CONTINUE READING

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