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Earth Science

Flowering Plants' Roots Pushed Back 100M Years 63

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the carl-sagan-lied-to-me dept.
Rambo Tribble writes "Frontiers in Plant Science has published research which suggests that angiosperms' origins are a lot older than we have thought; 100 million years older, in fact. This puts the roots of these plants in the Triassic, not the Cretaceous, as previously thought."
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Flowering Plants' Roots Pushed Back 100M Years

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