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A team has studied the current state of research about the colonialism of land crops that occurred around 500 million years ago.
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A team led by the evolutionary biologist, Prof. Dr. Sven Gould of the Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, has been studying the current state of research on the plant colonization of the land that occurred about 500 million years ago. The findings of this illustrated general description study published by Dr. Mona Schreiber as the main author have now appeared in the last issue of the magazine Tends in Plant Science.

He took several hundred millions of years after the formation of the earth about 4½ billion years ago so that the initially burning globe cool, allowing the first oceans and terrestrial masses to be formal. The land was a sterile rock for the next three billion years.

The blue planet with green continents that we know today did not exist as such at that time. Because the conditions on the continents were largely hostile to life, with a much higher volcanic activity that releases toxic gases in the atmosphere, a weaker magnetic field than the one that exists today exposing the earth more to the cosmic rays and a thinner ozone layer to filter UV light.

This began to change approximately 500 million years ago when plants began to colonize the earth. The invasion catalyzed a metamorphosis of the hostile environment, accelerating the transformation of the atmosphere, to lay the basis for the development of life on earth as we know it today. All this could only happen once the plants, which had only lived in the oceans and the inner fresh water, had conquered the continents.

Now, Prof. Dr. Sven Gould, from the Molecular Evolution Institute in HHU, Prof. Dr. Stefan Rensing and Dr. Mona Schreiber, specialist in Bioinformatics and Artist at the University of Marburg, are providing an overview of the State of the State Current of research on the research on the plant colonization of the Earth in the trends of the magazine in the science of plants. His document was written in relation to the 2237 “Madland” priority program, funded by the German Research Foundation. The purpose of the Madland program is to explore the beginnings of the evolutionary adaptation of plant organisms to life on earth.

The continents only began to turn green after a stretching alga molecular and morphological. Throughout the continuous changes of the Earth, the plants demonstrated a tremendous adaptation capacity and altered the climate crucially, mainly when setting the large -scale carbon dioxide.

The terrestrial flora extended in a dominant t

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