2 edition of Catalog of Mesozoic and Tertiary Megaspores found in the catalog.
Catalog of Mesozoic and Tertiary Megaspores
D. J. Batten
by American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation in [Houston, Tex.?]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||David J. Batten, Warren L. Kovach.|
|Series||AASP contribution series -- no. 24, Contributions series -- no. 24.|
|Contributions||Kovach, Warren L., 1959-, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. Foundation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 227 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||227|
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Subsequently Murray (), Kendall (, Gilbert and Harris () and Harris () provided more detailed descriptions of megaspores. Table 1 outlines the taxa reported within the context of a modern taxonomic and nomenclatural framework (Batten and Kovach, ).
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Jun 01, · Revisions to the fossil sporophyte record of Marsilea. Elizabeth J. Hermsen [email protected] 1, 2 Catalog of Mesozoic and Tertiary megaspores. Contr. Ser. Amer. Assoc. Stratigr. Fossil plants a text-book for students of botany and geology vol.
Author: Elizabeth J. Hermsen. Catalog of Mesozoic and Tertiary Megaspores. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists, Contribution Series, Vol. 24, pp. The data were originally in a Borland Paradox database, but were converted to an Excel workbook in by Warren Kovach.
A number of well-preserved megaspores of Paxillitriletes fairlightensis (Dijkstra) Potonié & Dijkstraisporites helios (Batten) Nicholson & Hall from the terrestrial Barremian (LoCited by: 4. details: Griesbachian: Spathian: Worldwide: Kovach,W.L.
et al. Worldwide Catalog of Mesozoic and Tertiary Megaspores book occurrences of Mesozoic and Tertiary megaspores. details. Nine species belonging to seven genera of lycopsid megaspores from European Mesozoic successions that have been examined in thin section under a transmission electron microscope are discussed in this paper.
Of these, seven are considered to be referable to Author: David J. Batten. Nov 05, · The true cycads, included in the order Cycadales(which have representation in extant floras), and the Bennettitales (restricted to the Mesozoic) are components of an informal group, the.
OCCURRENCE OF SMOOTH SPHERULES ON MESOZOIC MEGASPORES IN THE ASPECT OF NEW DATA Megaspores with smooth exine, belonging to genus Trileites with scattered sphe rules on their surface, were several times described and documented in works of many authors (S.
Dijkstra, ; T. Marcinkiewicz,; J. Morphology, ultrastructure and affinity of barremian (lower cretaceous) megaspores dijkstraisporites and paxillitriletes from Brilonnehden, Germany Article in Palynology 24(1) · December.
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Professor David J. Batten passed away on February 14, after battling with cancer. He had for the past four years been living in a small village surrounded by the beautiful Herefordshire countryside, and the last weeks of his life were spent at St Michael’s Hospice in Bartestree, Herefordshire, England.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 31 cm.
Contents: Introduction to the Mesozoic and Tertiary palaeobotany of Great Britain / C.J. Cleal and B.A. Thomas --The Triassic palaeobotany of Great Britain / B.A. Thomas and D.J. Batten --The Jurassic palaeobotany of Yorkshire / B.A.
Thomas and D.J. Batten --The Jurassic.iferous, Mesozoic, and Tertiary strata have been compiled in order to analyze the changes in diversity of the two groups of fossil plants that produced them. Numbers of species of lycopsid megaspores are similar in the Carboniferous and Mesozoic, whereas the diversity of megafossils is much lower in post-Paleozoic deposits.