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Wright State anthropologist Amelia Hubbard specializes in the study of past life ways through teeth.
The Health Promotion Program Awards recognizes community-based programs that address health promotion and disease prevention in the greater Dayton area. Land plant fossils, both macro and microscopic, are ubiquitous and precise paleoenvironmental indicators - the forams of the land. One pervasive technical difficulty: Plants tend to shed parts while living and to fall apart on death. We must revisit an issue that we took up at the beginning of our survey of the diversity of fossil forming organisms: Endosymbiosis.
Plastids: A family of organelles of photosynthesizers, including chloroplasts, responsible for photosynthesis.
Secondary endosymbiosis: The incorporation of photosynthesizing eukaryotes by endosymbiosis has enabled several distinct eukaryote lineages to become photosynthesizers.
In order for plants to colonize the land, they had to overcome the challenges of retaining water, exchanging gasses, supporting their bodies, and reproducing out of water. Stomata, controllable microscopic openings allowing gas exchange (right) through the impermeable cuticle. Gametes no good for dispersal on land, hence dispersal through spores with durable walls to resist desiccation. The need for the sperm to reach the ova under their own power imposed a powerful constraint on the earliest embryophytes: Their gametophyte generation had to grow in moist environments.

Conventionally, we site the appearance of unambiguous plant macrofossils in the Early Silurian as the start of the land plant record. The absence of other early body fossils testifies to the problematic fossil record of basal non-woody embryophytes. Embryophyte phylogeny: Apparently, in the ancestral embryophyte, the gametophyte generation was emphasized and the sporophyte generation was relatively ephemeral. As the name implies, they are characterized by vascular tissue reinforced by lignin, a durable substance contributing to vascular tissue and call walls.
In all but the most primitive, leaves increase the amount of sunlight that can be captured. In basal embryophytes, simple diffusion transmitted nutrients from the soil and the glucose derived from photosynthesis to be delivered to the entire plant. Members of this group possess narrow pointed leaves that are vascularized by a single strand of vascular tissue. Earliest representatives of lycophyte lineage may be Zosterophyllopsida, (Zosterophyls) resembling rhyniophytes but with alternating sporangia on stem. One monilophyte group has only recently been found to group within "ferns" - the Sphenopida or "horse-tails. Seeds: The second great radiation of land plants occurred during the Late Paleozoic, and was associated with the evolution of the seed. Some fossil as well as some recent non-seed bearing plants, display a dimorphism of between megaspores and microspores, which specialize in developing into gametophytes producing either ova or sperm, respectively and which resemble them in size dimorphism.
When we pick up this trend again, it is in plants that retain the female gametophyte inside special reproductive structures.
Wood: A second major evolutionary novelty was the ability of seed plants to lay down secondary tissue. Medullosales: (Late Paleozoic) Superficially fern-like plants bore distinct ovules (one per theca) and pollen organs on separate leaves.
Corytospermales: (Permian - Paleogene) Includes Dicroidium (right) a major component of Triassic Gondwanan flora.

Seed plants did well enough with separate pollen organs and ovule-protecting fruiting bodies for the late Paleozoic and most of the Mesozoic.
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If you have any questions, please search for your department below and contact the analyst assigned to your department. Gametophyte broad and lobate as in liverworts, however incorporates extracellular space for cyanobacterial symbionts, giving blue-green color.
The evolution of specialized vascular tissue in tracheophytes emables the distribution of these things inside a much larger plant body. The form taxon Umkomasia - short branches terminating in ovule-bearing cupules - appears to be the fruiting organ of Dicroidium.
The hospital has over 400 physicians representing over 30 specialties who provide expert care in a wide range of comprehensive medical and surgical services. Modern representatives, the "club mosses," (right) are a sad remnant of a once mighty radiation. Post-paleozoic tree ferns seem to be monophyletic, but there were paleozoic ferns that separately evolved the tree-fern form.
Note: Forests of Archaeopteris and its kin lined the banks of waterways inhabited by the likes of Acanthostega.

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