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117Late Cretaceous heterosporous water ferns from Patagonia: assessing heterochrony and monomegasporyPaleobotanyDe Benedetti, Facundo; Zamaloa, Maria Del Carmen; Gandolfo, Maria; Cuneo, Nestor.water ferns
heterochrony
fossil
megaspores
Late Cretaceous
Patagonia
98Leaf-Branch Complex: the Common Bau-Plan for Reproductive Organs of Land PlantsAnatomy and MorphologyWang, Xin.land plants
reproductive organ
evolution
bau-plan
fossil
flower
219Learning from dynamic traits: seasonal shifts inform the origin of ecophysiological trade-offs across scales from macroevolutionary to intra-individualThe evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?Mason, Chase; LaScaleia, Michael; Monroe, J. Grey; Goolsby, Eric.functional traits
Function-Valued Traits
macroevolution
ecophysiology
Plasticity
Intra-Individual Variation
Dynamic Traits
phylogenetic comparative methods
Cornus
26Life without water: evolution and adaptation of xeric plantsLife without water: evolution and adaptation of xeric plantsHeyduk, Karolina; Grace, Olwen; McKain, Michael.evolution
drought
desert
ethnobotany
Physiology
207Liminal living: dispersal versus safe sites in a brackish tidal wetlandEcologyStickrod, Morgan; Parker, V. T..
120Liquidambar-like infructescences from the Upper Cretaceous (Coniacian) Eden Main Quarry, Vancouver Island, British ColumbiaPaleobotanyScharfstein, Alex; Stockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar.Liquidambar
Cretaceous
permineralized
infructescence
Altingiaceae
129Long-distance dispersal and geographical range expansions of the polyploid lineages in Deparia ferns (Athyriaceae; Polypodiales)Reticulate evolution and biogeography in ferns and lycophytes - a colloquium honoring Dr. David BarringtonKuo, Li-Yaung.Polyploid
Deparia
Apomixis
fern
dispersal

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