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Fossil Early Psilophytian & Lycopodian, Spenopsida Lines of Evolution

Teena Agrawal and Priyanka Danai \r\n\r\n \\r\\n \r\n

Evolution of the plants is the very important aspects of the life on the planet. Since early plant life was typically aquatic in nature. It was the assemblage of the many kind of the aquatic algae’s and the other taxa’s of the aquatic importance. Among them the bryophytes are the plants which were amphibious in nature. However, the pteridophytes are typically land plants having well developed vascular bundles as well as other features of the and adaptations. Pteridophytes have the long fossils history; plants were well developed in the whole Paleozoic era. They were flourished well in the late Devonian and the carboniferous period. In that era one can find the number of the examples of fossils plants which were intimidate in evolution of the many kinds of the organs. Lepidocarpales was the assemblage of the organs like structure which have the pioneer’s symptoms of the evolution of the ovules. That review presents the assemblage of the fossil pteridophytes.