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Beginning of Biodiversity

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Life originated on Earth in the form of unicellular microscopic organisms in sedimentary strata that accumulated in shallow-water seas no later then 3.5 billion years ago. These microorganisms are represented by archebacteria, bacteria and cyanobacteria which have no nucleus in … Continue reading

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The Role of Red Algae in Abrupt Appearance of Animals in the Early Cambrian on Siberian Platform

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PDF (Size:1095KB) PP. 60-64   DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2013.412B008   Author(s) P. N. Kolosov ABSTRACT Calcified rock-forming marine filamented benthic micro- and macrophytes of Dzhelindia Kolosov, 1970 (Figure1(а)) and Chaptchaica Kolosov, 1975 (Figure 1(b)) genera, thrived in Neoproterozoic (1000-541 million years ago) Siberia together with cyanobacteria. Their belonging … Continue reading

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