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Partial ion chromatograms of <b>Glyptostrobus</b> (A, C, E) and Larix (B, D, F) th...
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Published: 01 May 2012
FIGURE 5— Partial ion chromatograms of Glyptostrobus (A, C, E) and Larix (B, D, F) through time, showing comparison of relative abundances of vinyl phenol (Vp; m/z 91+120), guaiacyl (Gu; m/z 109+124), and levoglucosan (Lv; m/z 60+73) as indications of the preservation of lignin, cutin
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Fig. 6 . Branches of  <b>Glyptostrobus</b>  and  Metasequoia , mixed with fragment...
Published: 01 March 2000
Fig. 6 . Branches of Glyptostrobus and Metasequoia , mixed with fragments of elongate monocot leaves, from unit 6 a .S15 592A × 0.9
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2012
PALAIOS (2012) 27 (5): 279–287.
...FIGURE 5— Partial ion chromatograms of Glyptostrobus (A, C, E) and Larix (B, D, F) through time, showing comparison of relative abundances of vinyl phenol (Vp; m/z 91+120), guaiacyl (Gu; m/z 109+124), and levoglucosan (Lv; m/z 60+73) as indications of the preservation of lignin, cutin...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 June 2005
PALAIOS (2005) 20 (3): 266–279.
.... The paleo-wetland was dominated mainly by Glyptostrobus -containing vegetation, and comprised clastic swamp forests with woody angiosperms, natural levee forests, fern- and Glyptostrobus -dominated organic swamps, freshwater marshes, and wet prairies. The occurrence of more than 40 herbaceous taxa...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 20 September 2019
PALAIOS (2019) 34 (9): 424–436.
... Willow Creek (44.5 ± 0.8 Ma) and reported ages for the overlying Clarno Formation. Floral findings show an almost complete vegetation overturn, with only two genera ( Glyptostrobus and Allantodiopsis ) appearing in both floras. Both floras are species poor, but the older East Birch Creek flora has higher...
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Series: GSA Special Papers
Published: 14 June 2019
DOI: 10.1130/2018.2541(02)
EISBN: 9780813795416
... vanderburghii provides evidence for the genus Metasequoia . The determination of Glyptostroboxylon cf. rudolphii demonstrates the most likely presence of Glyptostrobus , and the genus Cunninghamia is proved by the identification of Glyptostroboxylon tenerum . Moreover, this first evidence...
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Published: 02 February 2016
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2016) 53 (6): 574–590.
... an interpretation of warm winters with minimal or no frost include Azolla , Glyptostrobus , Taxodium , Keteleeria , Pseudolarix , Eucommia , Dipteronia , Hovenia , Ternstroemia , and others. These thermophilous elements occur together with temperate genera such as Alnus , Betula , Ulmus , Calocedrus , and Fraxinus...
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Published: 02 July 2015
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2015) 52 (7): 519–536.
... of deposition, and paleogeography of Vancouver Island. Three floristic assemblages were documented: one dominated by angiosperm morphotypes such as Platanus , Menispermites , and Zizyphus -like leaves; another dominated by gymnosperm morphotypes such as those synonymous with Glyptostrobus comoxensis Bell...
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Series: GSA Special Papers
Published: 01 January 2014
DOI: 10.1130/2014.2503(06)
... subfalcatum and “ Vitis ” stantoni , two common morphospecies in the Hell Creek Formation, are well represented. Gymnosperms including Metasequoia , Glyptostrobus , Cupressinocladus , and Ginkgo are rare; ferns and cycadophytes are absent. Univariate leaf-margin analysis produced mean annual...
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Published: 01 February 2013
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2013) 132 (1): 137–148.
... climate and tectonics strongly interplay driving the changes in the structure and floral composition of wetlands associated to successive depositional environments. Since 2.6 Ma swamps notably change in structure, with a large reduction of subtropical taxa especially Taxodium / Glyptostrobus type...
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Published: 01 September 1993
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1993) 30 (9): 1914–1923.
... represent coeval trees, may therefore be greatly overestimated. A mosaic of Alnus – fern bog, mixed coniferous community, and taxodiaceous ( Metasequoia – Glyptostrobus ) swamp appears to have produced both the leaf mats and the in situ stumps, with the taxodiaceous swamp the dominant peat-accumulating...
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Published: 01 December 1967
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1967) 4 (6): 1185–1197.
... the Nanaimo Group on eastern Vancouver Island. Plant microfossils (to be described in a later paper) include species of Glyptostrobus , Sciadopitys , Aquilapollenites , Pistillipollenites , Alnus , Myrica , Tilia , Pterocarya , and Carya , together with tricolpate pollen of uncertain affiliation. The combined...
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FIGURE 10 —Reconstruction of the ancient organic-swamp habitat at Badersdor...
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Published: 01 June 2005
FIGURE 10 —Reconstruction of the ancient organic-swamp habitat at Badersdorf. Top left corner and row of trees: (a) Glyptostrobus . Shrubs and ferns in the foreground: (b) Itea , (c) Polypodiaceae gen. indet
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Ratios of the relative abundance of vinyl phenol (Vp,  m/z  91+120), guaiac...
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Published: 01 May 2012
TABLE 3— Ratios of the relative abundance of vinyl phenol (Vp, m/z 91+120), guaiacyl (Gu, 2-methoxy phenol, m/z 109+124), and levoglucosan (Lv, m/z 60+73) for Glyptostrobus and Larix through time.
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FIGURE 8 —Reconstruction of the floodplain forest at Badersdorf. Top left c...
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Published: 01 June 2005
FIGURE 8 —Reconstruction of the floodplain forest at Badersdorf. Top left corner: (a) Pterocarpus , top right corner: (b) Quercus . Row of trees from left to right: (c) Betula , (d) Carya , (e) Ulmus , (f) Glyptostrobus , (g) Alnus , and (h) Nyssa . Shrubs in foreground: (i) Viburnum
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Plate of selected fossil cryptogams and gymnosperms with some modern compar...
Published: 02 February 2016
, showing stomatal bands on underside. (H) Fossil cone scale of Pseudolarix , with two winged seeds still attached. (I) Two attached fossil cones of Glyptostrobus at left, with taxodioid foliage presumably also of Glyptostrobus . (J) Fossil winged seed of Keteleeria showing dorsal and ventral resin
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Watercolour reconstruction by R.W. Mathewes of the Early Eocene paleolake s...
Published: 02 February 2016
Fig. 12. Watercolour reconstruction by R.W. Mathewes of the Early Eocene paleolake shoreline at Quilchena showing trunks of riparian trees such as swamp cypresses ( Taxodium and Glyptostrobus ), leaves of Theaceae in lower right, Metasequoia and Alnus leaves and cones at lower left
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Key fossil plants from the flora of the Saanich Member. Shown here are vege...
Published: 02 July 2015
Fig. A1. Key fossil plants from the flora of the Saanich Member. Shown here are vegetative branches (RBCM.BR.001) and cones (RBCM.BR.038, see arrow) of ( a ) Glyptostrobus comoxensis Bell, ( b ) Pseudoctenis latipennis (Heer) Seward (RBCM.BR.002), ( c ) Zizyphus cretaceus (Dawson) Bell
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Abundant taxa in the Herren beds.  A ,  B )   Alnus   sp. 1 from Arbuckle M...
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Published: 20 September 2019
Arbuckle Mountain East Brook site (UW-PB886). G ) Enlargement of F showing typical Platanoid teeth. H ) Dicot sp. HER05 from East Birch Creek (UW-PB640). I ) Drawing of the major vein framework and margin type for HER05. J ) Glyptostrobus sp .from Arbuckle Mountain West Brook site (UW-PB896). Scale
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Faunal and floral fossil remains from the Upper Valdarno Basin: ( A ) Mount...
Published: 01 February 2013
; ( D ) Well-preserved fossil leaflet of Taxodium sp. (lacustrine deposit of the S. Barbara Basin, determination by E. Martinetto); ( E ) Fossil pollen grain determined as Taxodium / Glyptostrobus type (lacustrine deposit of the S. Barbara Basin; determination by A. Bertini); ( F ) Geological sketch