Fossils and Phenology in the Evolution of Ginkgo biloba

@inproceedings{Rothwell1997FossilsAP,
  title={Fossils and Phenology in the Evolution of Ginkgo biloba},
  author={Gar W. Rothwell and Ben F. Holt},
  year={1997}
}
Among the unique and intriguing features that make ginkgophytes some of the most fascinating of seed plants is the rich fossil record for a clade that is monotypic in the modern flora, and for which there may be no natural populations in the wild [1]. Numerous apparently primitive features contribute to the systematic intrigue of ginkgophytes and to their apparently crucial role in seed plant evolution. Meyen [2] considered Ginkgo to represent one of three major groups of seed plants, Florin [3… CONTINUE READING

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