The Origins of Angiosperms and their Biological Consequences

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9780521323574: The Origins of Angiosperms and their Biological Consequences

This book was originally published in 1989. The dramatic radiation of the angiosperms towards the end of the Early Cretaceous initiated major changes in terrestrial ecosystems throughout the world. Dramatic changes in the flora and fauna were exemplified by the development of angiosperm-dominated plant communities and the rapid diversification of mammals, birds and insects. Written specifically for use by advanced undergraduate and graduate students, the book presents an overview of works on the origins of angiosperms and the ecological effects upon terrestrial life of their rapid radiation. It will be of particular value to students of palaeobiology and ecology, as well as to those studying evolutionary biology and systematics.

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Originally published in 1989, this book presents an overview of works on the origins of angiosperms and the ecological effects upon terrestrial life of their rapid radiation. It will be of particular value to students of palaeobiology, ecology, evolutionary biology and systematics.

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Published by Cambridge University Press (1987)
ISBN 10: 0521323576 ISBN 13: 9780521323574
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