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How the Earth Turned Green: A Brief 3.8-Billion-Year History of Plants

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How the Earth Turned Green: A Brief 3.8-Billion-Year History of Plants - Armstrong, Joseph E
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Long before more infamous creatures such as T. Rex walked the earth, green organisms were the dominant life forms. Evidence suggests that chlorophyll, responsible for coloring these organisms, has been in existence for some 85% of the Earth s long history. Ancient predecessors of today s plants and the communities they formed are quite different from much of life today, but at the same time some incredible similarities have been retained. "How the Earth Turned Green" traces the history of this taxon--those that are colored ...

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How the Earth Turned Green: A Brief 3.8-Billion-Year History of Plants 2015, University of Chicago Press

ISBN-13: 9780226069777

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How the Earth Turned Green: A Brief 3.8-Billion-Year History of Plants 2014, University of Chicago Press

ISBN-13: 9780226069630

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