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From: Fossil ginkgophyte seedlings from the Triassic of France resemble modern Ginkgo biloba

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Scale bar – 1 cm. A Ginkgophyte leaf, Hangviller (Ba19). B Ginkgophyte seedling, stage II,, Adamswiller (Ba23). C Ginkgophyte seedling in transition from stage III to IV, taproot broken, Adamswiller (Ba32). D Ginkgophyte seedling, transition from stage III to IV, Adamswiller (Ba22). E Ginkgophyte seedling, stage IV, top of Figure 1G, Adamswiller (Ba27). F Ginkgophyte seedling, transition from stage II to IV, Adamswiller (Ba26). G Ginkgophyte seedling, stage IV, Adamswiller (Ba27, back side). H Ginkgophyte seedling in transition from stage III to IV, Adamswiller (Ba 24). (c) attachment of cotyledon; (tr) taproot; (sr) secondary root; (s) seed; (h) hypocotyl); (pl) primary leaves.

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