2 edition of Glossopteris-Gangamopteris fossil plant assemblage from a borehole in the Lusulu coalfield found in the catalog.
Glossopteris-Gangamopteris fossil plant assemblage from a borehole in the Lusulu coalfield
K. B. Duguid
Bibliography: p. 4.
|Statement||by K.B. Duguid.|
|Series||Arnoldia ;, v. 8, no. 21|
|LC Classifications||AS622 .A7 vol. 8, no. 21, QE961 .A7 vol. 8, no. 21|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||79106153|
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A Glossopteris-Gangamopteris fossil plant assemblage from a borehole in the Lusulu coalfield by K. Duguid,National Museums and Monuments of Rhodesia edition, in English.
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Duguid A Glossopteris-Gangamopteris fossil plant assemblage from a borehole i. Buy A Glossopteris-Gangamopteris fossil plant assemblage from a borehole in the Lusulu coalfield (Arnoldia) by K. B Duguid (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: K. B Duguid. Unformatted text preview: 7 Glossopteris and Gangamopteris The Glossopterids (glosso meaning ‘tongue’ in Greek and preris meaning ‘fern’) are an order of plants and the three most common genera are Glossopteris, Gangamopteris and Glossopterids lived during the Permian period and were deciduous woody trees and shrubs.
After the Permian, there are few Glossopteris. The leaves of Gangamopteris McCoy are the dominant constituent of Glossopteris flora in Lower Permian sequences of Gondwana.
Morphologically leaves are similar with Glossopteris Brongniart in having reticulate venation pattern but differ in the absence of midrib. Large number of plant fossils collected from the carbonaceous shale samples of Barakar coal seams (Lower Gondwana) of Satpura Cited by: 1.
Morphological consequence of Gangamopteris McCoy in Glossopteris flora This is the first ever collection and record of any mega plant fossil from this coalfield.
The groups Lycopodiales. Our understanding of the glossopterid gymnosperms from the Permian of Gondwana has recently been greatly enhanced through the study of anatomically preserved plant remains in cherts from several localities in Australia and Antarctica. Studies ofGlossopteris leaves, leaf-stem attachment, stem structure and wood anatomy,Vertebraria roots, ovule- and pollen-bearing reproductive structures and Cited by: Full text of "Catalogue of the fossil plants of the Glossopteris flora in the Department of geology" See other formats.
The huge collection of Glossopteris specimens, The plant fossil assemblage at Handapa indi- cates a dense forest type vegetation dominated by arborescent trees bearing Glossopteris foliage with few other plants belonging to lycopodiales, articu- lates, sphenophyllales, filicales and some other gymnosperms.
Glossopteris, Gangamopteris Cited by: Gangamopteris is a genus of Carboniferous-Permian plants, very similar to Glossopteris. Previously, it was classified as fern with reproduction by seed.
The genus is usually only applied to leaves, making it a form taxon. Gangamopteris dominates some coal deposits, such as those of the Beacon Supergroup. In Paleorrota geopark in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, were found Gangamopteris m: Plantae.
Glossopteris (Ancient Greek: γλώσσα glossa, meaning "tongue", because the leaves were tongue-shaped, and pteris, Greek for fern or feathery) is the largest and best-known genus of the extinct Permian order of seed ferns known as Glossopteridales (also known as Arberiales or Ottokariales).
The genus Glossopteris refers only to leaves, within a framework of form genera used in : †Glossopteridaceae.
As is well known, the fronds of the three important genera, Glossopteris, Gangamopteris and Palæovittaria are more or less similar in external form .