Images for Chapter 14
Cladogram of sauropterygians. Figure 14.6.
The Earliest Angiosperms
Archaeanthus and Archaefructus.
Amborella, arguably the most primitive living angiosperm, growing in the arboretum at Santa Cruz, California.
Gymnosperms and Early Angiosperms, and their Early Pollinators
are relatives of Winteraceae. Magnolia flower: this image is from Wayne Armstrong's Wayne's Word.
Plants and Seed Dispersal
Seed dispersal by non-biological agents
Seed dispersal by biological agents
Angiosperm Ecology and Evolution
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