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Miocene flora from Shantung province, China.
Hsen Hsu Hu
Bibliography: p. 79-82. Bibliographical footnotes.
|Statement||[by] Hsen Hsu Hu and Ralph W. Chaney. Part II. Physical conditions and correlation [by] Ralph W. Chaney and Hsen Hsu Hu.|
|Series||[Carnegie institution of Washington] Contributions to paleontology, Carnegie institution of Washington. Publication no. 5O7, Contributions to paleontology (Carnegie Institution of Washington)|
|Contributions||Chaney, Ralph W. 1890-1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 147 p.|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||41000102|
The living trees of Eucommia ulmoides, an endemic species in China, grow from to m above sea level, within the geographic range from ° E to ° E and from 25° N to 35° N. Spring temperatures in these regions vary from °C to °C.A physiological study (using germination tests) of E. ulmoides has been undertaken to test the role of spring temperature Cited by: The climate of this flora was probably a little warmer and wetter than the present west end of Inland Sea, Japan (Ishida, ); (2) The localities of this genus reported from China before turned out to have had warm temperate-subtropical and tropical climates, such as the Miocene Shangwang Fm. in Shandong (Sun et al., ; Liang et al., Cited by: 8.
A new genus and species with affinities to Ceratophyllaceae from the Lower Cretaceous of Kansas, USA is reported. The fruits of Donlesia dakotensis gen. et sp. nov. are smooth achenes with two winged lateral spines, two winged facial spines, one stylar spine, and a long peduncle with a distinctive groove. The facial spines are arranged perpendicular to the lateral spines. Hsen Hsu Hu has written: 'A Miocene flora from Shantung province, China' -- subject(s): Paleobotany 'Hu Xiansu xian sheng shi ji' 'A Miocene flora from Shantung province, China.
Miocene floras and climate in East Asia, in Klimaänderungen im Tertiär aus paläobotanischer Sicht, vol. Berlin: Zentralen Geol. Inst., – Google Scholar. A Miocene flora from Shantung Province, China. In: Whyte RO, ed. The evolution of East Asian environments Vol. 2. Palaeobotany, palaeozoology and palaeoanthropology, Publications of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1. Hong Kong: Center of Asian Studies, – Huelsenbeck JP, Ronquist F. MrBayes: Bayesian inference of Cited by:
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A Left-Handed, Stem-Twining Pl ant from the Miocene Shanwang Formation of Eastern China 19 Figure 1. Distal branches of four exta nt, stem-twining plants cult ivated at the Institute of Botany. The fossil leaf flora from the Shanwang Formation, Linqu County, Shandong Province, eastern China, is diverse, abundant, well preserved and discretely spaced, all of which make it suitable for the recognition and application of leaf physiognomic by: Taschenbuch.
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Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ., 1– HU Q., HUANG J., CHEN Y.-F., MANCHESTER S.R. Mahonia fossils from the Oligocene of South China. The Miocene Shanwang biota in eastern China is one of the taxonomically most diversified and extraordinarily well‐preserved lacustrine fossil deposits in the world.
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from Miocene of Koren, is pyobably identical to the samara- of the pyeseBt fossil speeies, though it is somewhat incornplete. The Iiving maples of Negundo-type are Ace7' "en7'･yii PAx. growing in China and A. Negy2endo LINNE in North by: 2. Although the Miocene\|aged Shanwang flora from Linqu County, Shandong Province is well\|known in the world, there are some critical problems about the flora, which are described as follows: (1) the paucity of anatomical characters for the identification of taxa; (2) the low resolution of time\|scale regarding the studies of the vegetation succession;(3)the lack of standards for.
In eastern China, the palaeoclimate reconstructed from the Shanwang flora also implied higher MAP during the Miocene than that of today, with a range of to mm (Yang et al., ). In their Tortonian simulation, Micheels et al. () proposed that the global precipitation indicates more humid conditions (+ 27 mm/a) than the PD Cited by: A Miocene Flora from Shantung Province, China.
Carnegie Institution of Washington publication no. Hu, Hsen Hsu, & Ralph W. Chaney Published by Carnegie Institution of Washington (). Contributions to Paleontology; A Miocene Flora from Shantung Province, China. Quarto, pages, 57 plates.
Paper, $; cloth, $ Part I. Introduction and Systematic Con-siderations. Hsen Hsu Hu and Ralph W. Chaney. Part II. Physical Conditions and Correla-tion. Ralph W. Chaney and Hsen Hsu Hu. Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory. Although Cercis leaves and pods have been described from the Miocene Shanwang Flora (Hu & Chaney, ), Bauhinia fossils have never previously been found in China.
Recently, Li et al. () described a new species, Palaeocarya guangxiensis, based on fruit remains from the same locality as the present by: Part of the The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants book series (FAMILIES GENERA, volume Taxonomy of Deutzia (Hydrangeaceae) from Sichuan, China.
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