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Publications 2006

von Balthazar, M. & Schönenberger, J., 2006. Oliniaceae. In: Kubitzki K. (ed.) The families and genera of vascular plants. Vol. 9. Springer Berlin.

von Balthazar, M., Schönenberger, J., Alverson W.S., Janka, H., Bayer, C. & Baum, D.A., 2006  Structure and evolution of the androecium in the Malvatheca clade (Malvaceae s.l.) and implications for Malvaceae and Malvales. Plant Systematics and Evolution 260: 171-197.

Cantrill, D.J. & Raine, J.I., 2006. Wairarapaia mildenhallii gen. et sp. nov., a new araucarian cone related to Wollemia from the Cretaceous (Albian-Cenomanian) of New Zealand. International Journal of Plant Sciences 167: 1259-1269.

Cleal, C.J., Rees, P.M., Zijlstra, G. & Cantrill, D.J., 2006. A clarification of the type of the morphogenus Nilssoniopteris Nathorst (Gymnospermophyta, Bennettitales, fossiles). Taxon 55: 219-222.

Denk, T. & Tekleva, M.V., 2006. Comparative pollen morphology and ultrastructure of Platanus: implications for phylogeny and evaluation of the fossil record. Grana 45: 195-221.

Endress, P.K. & Friis, E.M. 2006. Rosids- reproductive structures, fossil and extant, and their bearing on deep relationships: Introduction. Plant Systematics and Evolution 260: 83-85.

Friis, E.M., Pedersen, K.R. & Crane, P.R., 2006. Cretaceous angiosperm flowers: Innovation and evolution in plant reproduction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 232: 251-293.

Friis, E.M., Pedersen, K.R. & Schönenberger, J., 2006. Nomapolles plants: a prominent component of the Cretaceous rosid diversification. Plant Systematics and Evolution 260: 107-140.

Hayes, P., Francis, J.E., Cantrill, D.J. & Crame, J.A., 2006. Palaeoclimate analysis of mid Cretaceous angiosperm leaf floras, James Ross Island, Antarctica. In Francis, J.E., Pirrie, D. & Crame, J.A. (Eds) Cretaceous - Tertiary high-latitude palaeoenvironments, James Ross Basin, Antarctica. Geological Society of London Special Publication 258: 49-62.

Hunter, M.A., Cantrill, D.J. & Flowerdew, M., 2006. Latest Jurassic - earliest Cretaceous age for a fossil flora from the Latady Basin, Antarctic Peninsula. Antarctic Science 18: 261-264.

Hunter, M.A., Riley, T.R., Cantrill, D.J., Millar, I.L. & Flowerdew, M.J., 2006. A new stratigraphy of the Latady Basin, Antarctic Peninsula Part 1. Ellsworth Land Volcanic Group. Geological Magazine 143: 777-796.

Hunter, M.A. & Cantrill, D.J., 2006. A new stratigraphy of the Latady Basin, Antarctic Peninsula. Part 2. Latady Group and basin evolution. Geological Magazine 143: 797-819.

Leng, Q. & Friis, E.M., 2006. Angiosperm leaves associated with Sinocarpus Leng et Friis infructescences from the Yixian Formation (mid-Early Cretaceous) of NE China. Plant Systematics and Evolution 262: 173-187.

Macphail, M.K. & Cantrill, D.J., 2006. Age and implications of the Forest Bed, Falkland Islands, southwest Atlantic: evidence from fossil pollen and spores.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoecology, Palaeoclimatology 240: 602-629.

Nagalingum, N.S. & Cantrill, D.J., 2006. Early Cretaceous Gleicheniaceae and Matoniacae (Gleicheniales) from Alexander Island, Antarctica. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 138: 73-93.

Poole, I. & Cantrill, D.J., 2006. Cretaceous and Tertiary vegetation of Antarctica implications from the fossil wood record. In: Francis, J.E., Pirrie, D. & Crame, J.A. (Eds) Cretaceous - Tertiary high-latitude palaeoenvironments, James Ross Basin, Antarctica. Geological Society of London Special Publication 258: 63-81.

Rydin, C., Raunsgaard, K.R., Crane, P.R. & Friis, E.M., 2006. Former diversity of Ephedra (Gnetales): evidence from Early Cretaceous seeds from Portugal and North America. Annals of Botany 98: 123-140.

Rydin, C., Wu, S.Q. & Friis, E.M., 2006. Liaoxia (Gnetales): ephedroids from the Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation in China. Plant Systematics and Evolution 262: 239-265.

Schönenberger, J. & von Balthazar, M., 2006. Reproductive structures and phylogenetic framework of the rosids - progress and prospects. Plant Systematics and Evolution 260: 87-106.

Strömberg, C.A.E., 2006. The evolution of hypsodonty in equids: testing a hypothesis of adaptation. Paleobiology 32: 236-258.

Wu, X.W., Yang, X.J. & Zhou, Z.Y. 2006. Ginkgoalean ovulate organs and seeds associated with Baiera furcata-type leaves from the Middle Jurassic of Qinghai Province, China. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 138: 209-225.

Yang, X.J., Deng, S.H. & Li, W.B. 2006. Discovery of cheirolepidiaceous conifers in the Early Jurassic Sangonghe Formation of Junggar Basin, northern Xinjiang and the palaeoclimatic implications. Progress in Natural Sciences 16: 231-235.

Zhang, W., Li, N., Yang, X.J., Wang, Y.D., Li, Y., Fu, X.P. & Zheng, S.L. 2006. Early Triassic Scalaroxylon in Inner Mongolia and its evolutionary significance. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 45: 339-349.

Zhang, W., Zheng S.L., Wang Y.D., Yang X.-J., Li Y., Fu X.P., Li N., 2006. Taxonomic investigation on permineralised conifer woods from the Late Palaeozoic Anga deposits of northeastern Inner Mongolia (China), and their paleoclimatic significance. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 144(3-4): 261-285.