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The Jurassic fossil wood diversity from western Liaoning, NE China
Alternative TitleThe Jurassic fossil wood diversity from western Liaoning, NE China
Li LQ(李丽琴)1; Xie AW(谢奥伟)1; Wang YD(王永栋)1; TianNing3; ZhangWu3; JiangZiKun1; HuangMin1
2019
Source PublicationJournal of Palaeogeography
ISSN2095-3836
Volume8Issue:1Pages:1
AbstractAbstractWestern Liaoning is a unique region in China that bears diverse types of Jurassic plants, including leaves, fern rhizomes, and wood, providing significant proxy for vegetation and palaeoenvironment reconstruction of the well-known Yanliao Flora in East Asia. In particular, the silicified wood is very abundant in the fossil Lagerst?tte of the Jurassic Tiaojishan Formation in Beipiao, western Liaoning. Previous and recent systematic investigations documented a high diversity of the Jurassic wood assemblages. These assemblages are dominated by conifers, followed by cycads and ginkgoaleans. In total, about 30 species belonging to 21 genera of fossil wood have been recorded so far, which are represented by Cycadopsida, Ginkgopsida, Coniferopsida, and Gymnospermae incertae sedis. The evolutionary implications of several distinctive fossil wood taxa as well as palaeoclimate implications are summarized based on their anatomical structures and growth ring patterns. This work approaches the vegetation development and evolutionary significances of the wood taxa and their relatives, and provides clues for the further understanding of the diversity of the Jurassic Yanliao Flora in East Asia.
Other AbstractAbstractWestern Liaoning is a unique region in China that bears diverse types of Jurassic plants, including leaves, fern rhizomes, and wood, providing significant proxy for vegetation and palaeoenvironment reconstruction of the well-known Yanliao Flora in East Asia. In particular, the silicified wood is very abundant in the fossil Lagerst?tte of the Jurassic Tiaojishan Formation in Beipiao, western Liaoning. Previous and recent systematic investigations documented a high diversity of the Jurassic wood assemblages. These assemblages are dominated by conifers, followed by cycads and ginkgoaleans. In total, about 30 species belonging to 21 genera of fossil wood have been recorded so far, which are represented by Cycadopsida, Ginkgopsida, Coniferopsida, and Gymnospermae incertae sedis. The evolutionary implications of several distinctive fossil wood taxa as well as palaeoclimate implications are summarized based on their anatomical structures and growth ring patterns. This work approaches the vegetation development and evolutionary significances of the wood taxa and their relatives, and provides clues for the further understanding of the diversity of the Jurassic Yanliao Flora in East Asia.
KeywordFossil Wood Diversity Evolution Tiaojishan Formation Jurassic
Indexed ByCSCD
Language英语
CSCD IDCSCD:6416263
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/157723
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院
2.中国科学院大学
3.中国科学院金属研究所
4.Chinese Acad Geol Sci, Beijing 100037, Peoples R China
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Li LQ,Xie AW,Wang YD,et al. The Jurassic fossil wood diversity from western Liaoning, NE China[J]. Journal of Palaeogeography,2019,8(1):1.
APA 李丽琴.,谢奥伟.,王永栋.,TianNing.,ZhangWu.,...&HuangMin.(2019).The Jurassic fossil wood diversity from western Liaoning, NE China.Journal of Palaeogeography,8(1),1.
MLA 李丽琴,et al."The Jurassic fossil wood diversity from western Liaoning, NE China".Journal of Palaeogeography 8.1(2019):1.
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