Cytoplasmic Remains in an Eocene Fossil Stem

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Cytoplasm with great structural details was found in a fossil trunk of Paraphyllanthoxylon from the Eocene of Hainan, China. The cytoplasmic remains were found in the bark tissue, and included a subcellular structure resembling a nucleus seen in a well-preserved fossilized cell. This observation may imply that cytoplasm is common in the fossil world, and calls for more attention from scientists.

Cytoplasmic Remains in an Eocene Fossil Stem

in IAWA Journal

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