Filicales


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Filicales

the order that includes the FERNS in the old classification of PTERIDOPHYTES.
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Por su parte, de la Formacion Simon se recolectaron fragmentos de plantas terrestres muy mal conservadas, probablemente referibles a cicadofitas o filicales; tambien se encontraron restos escasos de bivalvos y gasteropodos marinos, no identificables.
Possible Botanical Affinities: Filicales [20] Genus PUNCTATISPORITES (Ibrahim) Potonie and Kremp 1955 [22]
Garrido 1998:1062; Garrido 2000), determinan en este ejemplo (como en los dos siguientes) que en la oracion de partida no figuren los terminos pteridophyte (plant), Filicales, Equisetales y Lycopodiales, pero la presencia de las denominaciones (para)cientificas de taxon en la version espanola es insoslayable.
The Filicales record [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 5 OMITTED] coincides with the high charcoal concentrations and possibly represents the expansion of ferns with the increase of light from the opened canopy.
Pollen counts ranged from 50 to 500 grains (pollen + spores) per sample; pollen percentages were calculated exclusive of spores (Filicales [monolete ferns], Sphagnum, Lycopodium spp.
Mycorrhizal-like interaction between gametophytes and young sporophytes of the fern Dryopteris muenchii (Filicales) and its fungal endophyte.
During the Devonic period, the first plants with roots appeared on land, the ferns belonging to Pteridophyta, Filicales groups, still exist today.
Morphology of vascular plants: Lower groups (Psilophytales to Filicales).
The systematics of the Polypodiaceae (Filicales): posing the problems.
A third order of homosporous ferns, the Filicales, is the most species rich of non-angiospermous vascular plant groups (Rothwell, 1996b) and is widely regarded as leptosporangiate (Gifford & Foster, 1989).