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Ancient Plants Shake Up Scientists’ Understanding of Evolution

News   Jun 07, 2019 | Original story from Florida Museum

 
Ancient Plants Shake Up Scientists’ Understanding of Evolution

Micranthes atrata lives in the alpine tundra of the Tibetan Plateau in Central and East China. Tens of millions of years ago, plants in the Saxifragales lineage were extreme specialists, inhabiting the few cold regions on a more tropical Earth until a cooling climate opened up new habitats. Credit: Rebecca Stubbs/Florida Museum.

 
 
 

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