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Precambrian Research, ISSN 0301-9268, 09/2019, Volume 332
Important biological and geological events occurred during the early to middle Neoproterozoic. Among diversifying eukaryotic assemblages, populations of , a... 
Eukaryotes | Cerebrosphaera | Wall ultrastructure | Neoproterozoic | Microspectroscopy | Biostratigraphy
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Precambrian Research, ISSN 0301-9268, 12/2018, Volume 319, pp. 6 - 18
Over the past several decades, a number of studies have addressed the record of eukaryotic species richness in the Proterozoic, each making quite clear that... 
Acritarch | Vase-shaped microfossils | Cerebrosphaera | Neoproterozoic | Diversity | Snowball Earth | NORTH CHINA | U-PB AGES | RE-OS GEOCHRONOLOGY | CHUAR GROUP | GRAND-CANYON | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | EDIACARAN DOUSHANTUO FORMATION | BLACK SHALES | ORGANIC-WALLED MICROFOSSILS | OFFICER BASIN | Glacial epoch | Microfossils | Algorithms
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