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Primordial Fossils of Earth's 1st Trees Reveal Their ...

Oct 23, 2017 · Primordial Fossils of Earth's 1st Trees Reveal Their Bizarre Structure ... The researchers named the newfound species Xinicaulis lignescens, ... the xylems of X. lignescens …

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Xinicaulis lignescens from the Upper Devonian of Xinjiang ...

Xinicaulis lignescens from the Upper Devonian of Xinjiang, NW China (image) Cardiff University. Share. Print E-Mail. Caption.

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374-Million-Year-Old Tree Trunks Reveal Unique Growth ...

Oct 26, 2017 · Xinicaulis lignescens. The largest silicified trunk in the field, with a maximum diameter of 70 cm oblique transverse (left) and lateral (right) views.

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The Weird Growth Strategy of Earth’s First Trees The ...

Oct 24, 2017 · A Xinicaulis tree trunk fossil PNAS D uring the Devonian period, from about 420 million to 359 million years ago, complex terrestrial plant life really took off. The first rooted plants evolved, and by the end of the period, forests had colonized the environment, sucking up vast amounts of carbon, driving down global temperatures, and creating an entirely new kind of ecosystem.

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New study shows Earth’s first trees had a more complex ...

Mar 08, 2018 · It is an exceptionally significant discovery, as Xinicaulis lignescens demonstrate an authentic case of tree growth unseen previously in Earth’s …

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Fossils show Earth’s oldest trees ripped themselves apart;

Nov 01, 2017 · The Xinicaulis lignescens fossils, discovered in Xinjiang, China, are part of a group of species known as Cladoxylopsida — plants that have no known descendants but are thought to …

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May 16, 2019 · EurekAlert! is an online science news service featuring health, medicine, science and technology news from leading research institutions and universities. Sponsored by …

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Unique growth strategy in the Earth’s first trees revealed ...

Xinicaulis lignescens gen. et sp. nov. Xu, Berry et Stein Diagnosis. Trunk bases with large numbers of individual cauline xylem strands in two concentric, closely spaced alternating cylin-ders attached inward to anastomosing network of medullary xy-lem strands …

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Unique growth strategy in the Earth’s first trees revealed ...

Unique growth strategy in the Earth’s first trees revealed in silicified fossil trunks from China Article (PDF Available) in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(45):201708241 ...

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Primordial Fossils Reveal Earth’s First Trees Were ...

Nov 05, 2017 · A volcanic environment preserved the newfound species, Xinicaulis lignescens, in more detail than previous cladoxylopsid specimens. X. lignescens was filled with hundreds of xylems, woody tubes that carry water from the roots of the tree to its branches and leaves.

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Growing pains The oldest trees on Earth ripped themselves ...

Oct 24, 2017 · The Xinicaulis lignescens fossils, discovered in Xinjiang, China, are part of a group of species known as Cladoxylopsida — plants that have no known descendants but are thought to …

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Fossils show Earth’s oldest trees ripped themselves apart;

The Xinicaulis lignescens fossils, discovered in Xinjiang, China, are part of a group of species known as Cladoxylopsida — plants that have no known descendants but are thought to be related to ...

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Primordial fossils of Earth's 1st trees reveal their ...

Oct 26, 2017 · X. lignescens was filled with hundreds of xylems, woody tubes that carry water from the roots of the tree to its branches and leaves. In most modern trees, the xylem goes up …

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Plant Evolution & Paleobotany - Pseudosporochnales

The Pseudosporochnaleans were a group of extinct plants that formed some of the first trees on Earth.They were not constructed like modern trees (i.e. copious wood from a cambium); they had many xylem strands in the main axis with small amounts of wood surrounding these bundles.

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Nov 12, 2017 · The researchers named this species the Xinicaulis lignescens, which translates to “new stem becoming woody”. What they found when they cut open the trunk was hundreds of xylems which is defined as a type of transport tissue in vascular plants that transports mainly water and nutrients.

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Les fossiles des plus vieux arbres du monde révèlent une ...

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Oct 25, 2017 · Les chercheurs ont nommé la nouvelle espèce Xinicaulis lignescens, qui signifie «nouvelle tige devenant ligneuse». X. lignescens était constitué de centaines de xylèmes, des tubes ligneux qui transportent l’eau des racines de l’arbre à ses branches et à ses feuilles. Dans la plupart des arbres modernes, le xylème monte au centre de l’arbre, et un nouvel anneau de croissance est ajouté …

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The oldest trees on Earth ripped themselves apart, fossils ...

This community is a place to share and discuss new scientific research. Read about the latest advances in astronomy, biology, medicine, physics,...

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Old Growth Strategy Natural History Magazine

Paleobiologists Hong-He Xu and colleagues at Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, along with Christopher Berry, of Cardiff University, and William Stein, of the State University of New York at Binghamton, analyzed two 374 million-year-old Xinicaulis lignescens tree trunks found in the Xinjiang Province of northwest China.

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Growing pains The oldest trees on Earth ripped themselves ...

Scientists have discovered 374-million-year-old tree fossils from the dawn of Earth’s forests — and found that these strange plants literally had to rip themselves apart as they grew. The ...

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The Xinicaulis lignescens fossils, discovered in Xinjiang, China, are part of a group of species known as Cladoxylopsida — plants that have no known descendants but are thought to be related to the ancestors of today’s ferns and horsetails. They could grow about 10 to 12 meters (about 30 to 40 feet) tall and one meter (3 feet) wide at the ...

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