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History of Paleo Mythological fossils Griffin – protoceratops Agricola Gesner Beringer Steno Hutton Cuvier Smith Lyell Biostrat Evolutionary Theory Paleoecology Paleogeog Modes of Preservation Whole organism Original material Permineralization - petrifaction Casts and Molds – steinkern Carbonized film – Burgess Shale Impressions Trace Fossils – ichnofossils Solenhofen – Lagerstatten Form Taxa Origin of Life Conditions in beginning Detrital pyrite and uraniniate Red beds BIF’s Sydney Fox – microspheres Cech – ribozymes PC cratons Figtree cells Stromatolites – Shark Bay – cyanobacteria Eukaryote – Bitter Springs Acritarchs Eukaryote origins – endosymbiosis Pelomyxa palustris Endosymbiotc prokaryotes Tree of Life Ediacara Dickensonia Spriggina
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Parvancorina Tribrachidium Tommotian Fauna Burgess Shale - Charles Walcott Hallucigenia Opabinia Ayshaia Ottia Anomalocaris Pikaia Classification – Linnean Species definition
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course GLY 1000 taught by Professor Parker during the Spring '11 term at FSU.

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