New discoveries in the fields of developmental and functional biology are shedding light on the origins of land plants. We explored how exceptional fossils from our earliest preserved terrestrial ecosystem – the 400 million year old Rhynie Chert – could be integrated into a neobiological understanding of the evolution of plants and their interactions with other organisms and their environment.
The schedule of talks, organiser/speaker biographies and abstracts is available below.
Attending the event
This meeting has taken place. Recorded audio of the presentations will be available on this page shortly. Meeting papers are available in an issue of Philosophical Transactions B.
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