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  • 11-038
    largest known fossil leaf of Delnortea USNM 387473 Taken by John M Miller Ph D using a Nikkormat camera and ASA 25 film in sunlight shortly after collection of the rock sample from the Lower Permian Leonardian Road Canyon Formation Permian Type Section Later photographs were taken by Sergius H Mamay Ph D USNM and published as Fig 10 in American Journal of Botany 75 9 1412 Additional data copyright

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  • 11-039
    View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2004 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2003 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Images from Botany 2003 Botany 2001 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2000 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Awards Application and Award Schedule Annual Award Recipients 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Awards for ESTABLISHED SCIENTISTS Distinguished Fellow of the Botanical Society of America Charles Edwin Bessey Teaching Award Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Plant Image Collection Collections Media 11 039 Main Information Title em Delnortea abbottiae em Permineralized leaf fragment Author John Miller Oregon State University Botany and Plant Pathology Corvallis Oregon 97331 USA claytoni bcglobal net http www giga Keywords Delnortea abbottiae Gigantopteridaceae Description Delnortea abbottiae Gigantopteridaceae This is

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  • 11-039
    the polished thin sections yielding the first images of a bifacial cambium and conducting xylem and phloem tissue of any Permian gigantopterid shown as Figs 23 36 USNM 372427 Taken by John M Miller Ph D using a Nikkormat camera and ASA 25 film in sunlight shortly after collection of the rock sample from the Lower Permian Leonardian Road Canyon Formation Permian Type Section Later photographs were taken by Sergius

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  • abot93-12
    Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees

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  • abot93-12
    is a volume rendering of a 1 5 mm thick wedge specimen is 10 mm in diameter Seeds are highlighted in purple Lower images are volume renderings of seeds with surrounding material made progressively more transparent revealing three dimensional seed forms and arrangements Seeds are approximately 0 4 mm thick This technique is applicable to many fossil and extant fruits and seeds and provides an excellent means of imaging the

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  • abot94-10
    Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2005 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2004 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2003 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Images from Botany 2003 Botany 2001 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2000 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Awards Application and Award Schedule Annual Award Recipients 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Awards for ESTABLISHED SCIENTISTS Distinguished Fellow of the Botanical Society of America Charles Edwin Bessey Teaching Award Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Plant Image Collection Collections Media abot94 10 Main Information Title A partial inflorescence and two flowers from the Middle Eocene Princeton Chert Author Selena Smith University of Alberta Biological Sciences Edmonton Alberta T6G 2E9 Canada Keywords Saururus Description Saururus A partial

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  • abot94-10
    represents an immature apical portion of the inflorescence 2 9 mm long with bracts white and stamens green visible Fossil flowers are only 0 8 mm in diameter making the use of three dimensional reconstructions extremely helpful in visualizing the whole flowers Flowers have a subtending bract white no perianth five stamens yellow and four carpels green Anatomy morphology and phylogenetic analysis indicate these fossils are most similar to Saururus

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  • abot95-08
    Events Botany Plant Biology 2007 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2006 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2005 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2004 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2003 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Images from Botany 2003 Botany 2001 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2000 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Awards Application and Award Schedule Annual Award Recipients 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Awards for ESTABLISHED SCIENTISTS Distinguished Fellow of the Botanical Society of America Charles Edwin Bessey Teaching Award Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Plant Image Collection Collections Media abot95 08 Main Information Title Menispermites cordatus a new fossil leaf species from the middle Author Fabiany Herrera Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution Center

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