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See detailThe terrestrialization process: A palaeobotanical and palynological perspective.
Meyer-Berthaud, Brigitte; Servais, Thomas; Vecoli, Marco et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2016), 224(Part 1), 1-3

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See detailNew data about anatomy, branching, and inferred growth patterns in the Early Devonian plant Armoricaphyton chateaupannense, Montjean-sur-Loire, France
Gerrienne, Philippe ULiege; Gensel, PG

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2016), 224(Part 1), 38-53

This study provides detailed information, based on serial peels, on the anatomy of the primary and secondary xylem, lateral branch formation, and proposed growth pattern of Armoricaphyton Strullu-Derrien ... [more ▼]

This study provides detailed information, based on serial peels, on the anatomy of the primary and secondary xylem, lateral branch formation, and proposed growth pattern of Armoricaphyton Strullu-Derrien et al., an Early Devonian (Pragian) basal euphyllophyte. The centrarch primary xylem strand is circular to oval in cross section and includes P-type tracheids. The pattern of lateral branch departure is described in detail based on serial peels. The secondary xylem, illustrated in transverse, radial and tangential longitudinal sections, includes P-type tracheids with similar pitting in radial and tangential walls. The presence of one-walled spaces interpreted as rays is confirmed. This study also documents the earliest occurrence of secondary xylem at bases of next higher order of branches. A model of growth for this unusual Early Devonian plant is presented, with documented epidogenetic, menetogenetic and possible apoxogenetic phases. The difference in proportion of primary tosecondary xylem is postulated to be a result of this mode of growth. The possible implications of xylem size and organization in the lateral organ in Armoricaphyton relative to the early evolution of the megaphyllous leaf are briefly discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailThe terrestrialization process : a palaeobotanical and palynological perspective-volume 2
Meyer-Berthaud, Brigitte; Servais, Thomas; Vecoli, Marco et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2016), 227

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See detailThe terrestrialization process: a palaeobotanical and palynological perspective-volume 1.
Meyer-Berthaud, Brigitte; Servais, Thomas; Vecoli, Marco et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2016), 224

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See detailNew information, including anatomy of the secondary xylem, on the genus Brabantophyton (Stenokoleales) from Ronquières (Middle Devonian, Belgium).
Momont, Nicolas; Gerrienne, Philippe ULiege; Prestianni, Cyrille

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2016), 234

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See detailThe terrestrialization process: A palaeobotanical and palynological perspective (2).
Meyer-Berthaud, Brigitte; Servais, Thomas; Vecoli, Marco et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2016)

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See detailPlant evolution and terrestrialization during Palaeozoic times - the phylogenetic context
Gerrienne, Philippe ULiege; Servais, Thomas; Vecoli, Marco

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2016)

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See detailTetraxylopteris Beck emend. Hammond and Berry (2005), the first aneurophytalean genus recorded in Australia
Meyer-Berthaud, Brigitte; Decombeix, Laure; Dunstone, Robert et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2016), 224(Part 1), 54-65

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See detailApparent changes of the Ordovician-Mississippian plant diversity
Cascales-Miñana, Borja ULiege

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2016)

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See detailBrabantophyton, a new genus with stenokolealean affinities from a Middle to earliest Upper Devonian locality from Belgium
Momont, Nicolas ULiege; Gerrienne, Philippe ULiege; Prestianni, Cyrille

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2016)

A new taxon with stenokolealean affinities, Brabantophyton runcariense gen. et sp. nov., is described from seven pyrite permineralized axes collected from the mid Givetian to earliest Frasnian (late ... [more ▼]

A new taxon with stenokolealean affinities, Brabantophyton runcariense gen. et sp. nov., is described from seven pyrite permineralized axes collected from the mid Givetian to earliest Frasnian (late Middle to earliest Upper Devonian) locality of Ronquières (Belgium). The specimens include stems and lateral organs. The stems are characterized by a protostele dissected into three primary ribs, each of them dividing into two secondary ribs. The protostele shows a central protoxylem strand and numerous strands distributed along the midplanes of the ribs. The vascular supply to lateral organ is composed of two pairs of traces, produced at the same time by the two ribs issued from a single primary rib of the protostele. Within each pair, the shape and the size of the traces are unequal: one is T-shaped and the other is oval to reniform. The T-shaped traces of each pair face each other. The inner cortex of the lateral organs is parenchymatous and the outer cortex is sparganum-like. The specimens of Brabantophyton runcariense show many similarities with the stenokolealean genus Crossia virginiana Beck and Stein, but the vascular supply of lateral organs of the latter consists of a more symmetrical and distinctively simpler pair of traces. Brabantophyton represents the first report of the Stenokoleales in southeastern Laurussia. The characteristics of the Brabantophyton protostele compare better with the anatomy of the radiatopses, and, within the latter, particularly with basal seed plants. [less ▲]

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See detailFirst evidence of Devonian strata in sweden? - a palynological investigation of Övedskloster drillcores 1 and 2, Skåne, Sweden
Mehlqvist, K; Vajda, V.; Steemans, Philippe ULiege

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2015), 221

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See detailSpore assemblages from Upper Ordovician and Lowermost Silurian sediments recovered from the Qusaiba-1 shallow core hole, Qasim region, central Saudi Arabia
Wellman, Charles H.; Steemans, Philippe ULiege; Miller, M.A.

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2015), 212

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See detailClimate-controlled palynofacies and miospore biostratigraphy of the Early Devonian Jauf Formation, northern Saudi Arabia
Breuer, Pierre; Leszczynski, S.; Miller, M.A. et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2015), 212

The Jauf Formation miospore succession is synthesized in terms of paleoenvironments and sequence stratigraphy. The data set for this study is obtained from four overlapping, continuously cored, and ... [more ▼]

The Jauf Formation miospore succession is synthesized in terms of paleoenvironments and sequence stratigraphy. The data set for this study is obtained from four overlapping, continuously cored, and extensively sampled, boreholes that for a 940 ft composite section. The Jauf Formation ranges in age from late Pragian to latest Emsian. The palynological assemblages, recognized herein, provide the basis for recognizing depositional environments present in the Early Devonian of northern Saudi Arabia. Transgressive – regressive cycles are indicated, not only by lithology but by marked changes in the marine to terrestrially dominated palynological assemblages. Flooding events are recognized by the replacement of spore dominated assemblages by organic-walled microphytoplankton. The maximum flooding interval for the Jauf is reinterpreted based on a correlative event consisting of diverse acritarchs and abundant chitinozoans. [Add details on the paly and sequence stratigraphy here. No.cycles and order.] The new northern Gondwanan biozonation developed by Breuer and Steemans (2012) and used here allows a high-resolution regional biozonation for the Arabian Plate and more intercontinental [?] correlation of the Jauf Formation with other Gondwanan and Euramerican localities. One new spore genus (Zonohilates) and four spore species (Insculptospora maxima, Camarozonotriletes alruwailii, Devonomonoletes crassus and Zonohilates vulneratus) are newly proposed. [less ▲]

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See detailA Givetian tintinnid-like palynomorph from Libya.
Steemans, Philippe ULiege; Breuer, P.; Ville de Goyet, F. de et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2014), 203

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See detailPlanatophyton gen. nov., a late Early or Middle Devonian euphyllophyte from Xinjiang, North-West China
Gerrienne, Philippe ULiege; Meyer-Berthaud; Yang, N. et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2014)

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See detailA Middle Devonian Callixylon (Archaeopteridales) from Ronquières, Belgium
Cornet, Luc ULiege; Gerrienne, Philippe ULiege; Meyer-Berthaud, Brigitte et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2012), 183

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See detailThe Middle Devonian plant assemblage from Dechra Aït Abdallah (Central Morocco) revisited
Prestianni, Cyrille; Meyer-Berthaud, Brigitte; Blanchard, Romain et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2012), 179

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See detailDiverse assemblages of Mid Devonian megaspores from Libya
Steemans, Philippe ULiege; Breuer, Pierre; Petus, Elodie ULiege et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2011), 165

[en] A restudy of Devonian palynological assemblages of samples from the A1-69 borehole, drilled in the Ghadamis Basin, western Libya, North Africa has led to the discovery of numerous well-preserved ... [more ▼]

[en] A restudy of Devonian palynological assemblages of samples from the A1-69 borehole, drilled in the Ghadamis Basin, western Libya, North Africa has led to the discovery of numerous well-preserved megaspores amongst abundant miospores, rare acritarchs and rare chitinozoans. Thirteen samples from base to top, 1496 ft (456 m) up to 965 ft (294 m), contain the richest Devonian megaspore assemblages from northwestern Gondwana. The section is dated by a rich diverse miospore assemblage indicating the presence of the upper part of the AD pre-Lem Biozone up to the lower part of the TCo Oppel Zone, ranging from a latest Eifelian or earliest Givetian age up to a latest Givetian or an earliest Frasnian age. Seventeen megaspore taxa have been identified. Among them, two new species (Biharisporites lugardonii and Lagenicula milleri) and four new varieties (Corystisporites acutispinosus var. acutispinosus and var. bullatus, Heliotriletes longispinosus var. longispinosus and var. radiatus) are described. One new possible megaspore species is also described: Verruciretusispora labiosa sp. nov. One core sample (1293 ft, 394 m) contains several specimens of very large megaspores (ca. 1 mm), the largest known from Devonian localities (except for one specimen observed in the Givetian from Belgium). Among the 17 megaspore taxa from Libya, 6 are present on the Euramerican Continent. This observation is in accordance with previous palynological conclusions that favour the absence of palaeogeographic barriers between the Euramerican and Gondwanan continents that are suggested to be grouped together in a “Pre-Pangea” land mass. [less ▲]

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See detailFTIR characterisation of the chemical composition of Silurian miospores (cryptospores and trilete spores) from Gotland, Sweden
Steemans, Philippe ULiege; Lepot, Kevin ULiege; Marshall, Craig et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2010), 162

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See detailAberlemnia caledonica gen. et comb. nov., a new name for Cooksonia caledonica Edwards 1970.
Gonez, Paul ULiege; Gerrienne, Philippe ULiege

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2010), 163

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