Dr. Thomas N. Taylor

Thomas N. Taylor

Roy A. Roberts Distinguished Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Senior Curator, Paleobotany, Biodiversity Institute
785-864-5501
Haworth Hall

Dr. Tom Taylor’s research focuses on Antarctic paleobiology, fossil fungi, fossil plants, and the origin and evolution of land plants and the colonization of the land.

Research Interests

Antarctic paleobiology

The Paleobotanical Division in the Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center at the University of Kansas has the largest collection of Antarctic plants in the world, and includes extensive collections of permineralized peat of Permian and Triassic age. This collection has been accumulated over nine field seasons, the most recent being the 2003-2004, and includes blocks, acetate peels and slides. In addition there are extensive collections of impressions and compressions from numerous sites in Southern Victoria Land and the Transantarctic Mountains. Research has focused on characterizing the diversity of both the Permian and Triassic plants, and fungi and integrating this information with various climatic parameters that existed during the Late Paleozoic and Early Mesozoic in Antarctica. Because the plants are preserved as permineralizations we are interested in anatomical information about the plants, how they reproduced, and how the ecosystem was constructed.

Fossil Fungi

Fossil fungi from the Lower Devonain (400 million-year-old) Rhynie chert is another area of current research. This site has provided exceptional fungi representing all of the major fungal groups except the basidiomycetes. Numerous saprophytic and parasitic chytrids are associated with several types of macroplants that in turn demonstrate host reactions that parallel those seen in modern plants. The underground parts of several plants are associated with mutualistic mycorrhizal fungi. Ascomycetes, with asci and ascospores, are found on the stems of still other plants in the Rhynie chert ecosystem. Some fungi are parasitic on other fungi. The Rhynie chert ecosystem also contains the oldest symbiotic association in which a cyanobacterium and fungus interact in a lichen association. There are numerous examples of cyanobacteria, other fungi and bacteria present in the chert matrix and associated with the other plants and animals in the Rhynie chert. This ecosystem provides an opportunity to demonstrate the diversity, levels of interaction and host response, and calibration points necessary in characterizing the evolution of major fungal structures and lineages.

Ultrastructure of living and fossil plants

The ultrastructure of fossil pollen and spores, and plant cuticle provide important proxy records of structure and function relationships with modern analogues. Because both cuticle and sporopollenin are preserved in the fossil record they can be examined for ultrastructural details. This information is useful in making comparisons with modern analogues in a systematic framework, characterizing potential interrelationships with other organisms (e.g., herbivores), understanding how particular structures may have functioned, and examining larger questions relating to the reproductive biology of certain groups of fossil plants.

Selected Publications

  • Klymiuk, A. A., C. J. Harper, D. S. Moore, E. L. Taylor, T. N. Taylor, and M. Krings. 2013. "Reinvestigating Carboniferous Actinomycetes: authigenic formation of biomimetic carbonates provides insight into early diagenesis of permineralized plants" PALAIOS. 28. 80-92.
  • Harper, C. J., T. N. Taylor, M. Krings, and E. L. Taylor. 2013. "Mycorrhizal symbiosis in the Paleozoic seed fern Glossopteris from Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 192. 22-31.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, and N. Dotzler. 2013. "Fossil evidence of the zygomycetous fungi" Persoonia. 30. 1-10.
  • Bergene, J. A., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2013. "Dordrechtites arcanus, an anatomically preserved gymnospermous reproductive structure from the Middle Triassic of Antarctica" Intl. J. of Plant Sci.. 174. 250-265.
  • Harper, C. J., B. Bomfleur, A. Decombeix, E. L. Taylor, T. N. Taylor, and M. Krings. 2012. "Tylosis formation and fungal interactions in an Early Jurassic conifer from northern Victoria Land, Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 175. 25-31.
  • Bomfleur, B., H. Kerp, T. N. Taylor, Ø. Moestrup, and E. L. Taylor. 2012. "Triassic leech cocoon from Antarctica contains fossil bell animal" PNAS. 109. 20971-20974.
  • Ryberg, P. E., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2012. "The first permineralized microsporophyll of the Glossopteridales: Eretmonia mcloughlinii sp. nov" International Journal of Plant Sciences. 173(7). 812-822.
  • Ryberg, P. E., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2012. "Permineralized lycopsid from the Permian of Antarctica" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 169(1). 1-6.
  • Gulbranson, E. L., J. L. Isbell, E. L. Taylor, P. E. Ryberg, T. N. Taylor, and P. P. Flaig. 2012. "Permian polar forests: deciduousness and environmental variation" Geobiology. 10. 479-495.
 
 
  • Bomfleur, B., I. H. Escapa, E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2012. "Modified basal elements in Dicroidium fronds (Corystospermales)" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 170(2). 15-26.
  • Krings, M. and T. N. Taylor. 2012. "Microfossils with possible affinities to the zygomycetous fungi in a Carboniferous cordaitalean ovule" Zitteliana A. 52. 3-7.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, H. Kerp, H. Hass, N. Dotzler, and C. J. Harper. 2012. "Microfossils from the Lower Devonian Rhynie Chert with suggested affinities to the Peronosporomycetes" Journal of Paleontology. 86(2). 358-367.
  • Krings, M., J. Galtier, T. N. Taylor, and N. Dotzler. 2012. "Microbial endophytes and pollen chamber contents in a fossil seed from the Upper Pennsylvanian Grand-Croix cherts, France" Geologica et Palaeontologica. 44. 93-100.
 
  • Decombeix, A., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2012. "Gymnosperm trees from the Permian of Antarctica: an anatomically preserved trunk of Kaokoxylon sp" Comptes Rendus Palevol. 11. 21-29.
  • Taylor, T. N., M. Krings, J. Galtier, and N. Dotzler. 2012. "Fungal endophytes in Astromyelon-type calamite (Sphenophyta, Equisetales, Calamitaceae) roots from the Upper Pennsylvanian of France" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 171. 9-18.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, and N. Dotzler. 2012. "Fungal endophytes as a driving force in land plant evolution: Evidence from the fossil record" Biocomplexity of Plant Fungal Interactions. 5-28.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, N. Dotzler, and G. Persichini. 2012. "Fossil fungi with suggested affinities to the Endogonaceae from the Middle Triassic of Antarctica" Mycologia. 104. 835-844.
 
  • Harper, C. J., B. Bomfleur, A. Decombeix, E. L. Taylor, T. N. Taylor, and M. Krings. 2012. "Brown-rot fungal decay and tylosis formation in an Early Jurassic conifer axis from northern Victoria Land, Antarctica" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 175. 25-31.
  • Ryberg, P. E., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2012. "Antarctic glossopterid diversity at the local level: the presence of multiple megasporophyll genera, Upper Permian, Mt. Achernar, Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica" American Journal of Botany. 99(9). 1531-1540.
  • Krings, M. and T. N. Taylor. 2012. "Zwergimyces vestitus (Kidst. et W.H. Lang) nov. comb., a fungal reproductive unit enveloped in a hyphal mantle from the Lower Devonian Rhynie Chert" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 190. 15-19.
  • Escapa, I. H., E. L. Taylor, R. Cúneo, B. Bomfleur, J. A. Bergene, R. Serbet, and T. N. Taylor. 2011. "Triassic floras of Antarctica: Plant diversity and distribution in high paleolatitude communities" PALAIOS. 26(9). 522-544.
  • Bomfleur, B., R. Serbet, E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2011. "The possible pollen cone of the Late Triassic conifer Heidiphyllum/Telemachus (Voltziales) from Antarctica" Antarctic Science. 23(4). 379-385.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, and N. Dotzler. 2011. "The fossil record of the Peronosporomycota (Oomycota)" Mycol.. 103. 445-457.
  • Taylor, T. N., M. Krings, N. Dotzler, and J. Galtier. 2011. "The advantage of thin section preparations over acetate peels in the study of fossil fungi and other microorganisms" PALAIOS. 26. 239-244.
  • Bomfleur, B., E. L. Taylor, T. N. Taylor, R. Serbet, M. Krings, and H. Kerp. 2011. "Systematics and paleoecology of a new peltaspermalean seed fern from the Triassic polar vegetation of Gondwana" International Journal of Plant Sciences. 172(6). 807-835.
  • Decombeix, A., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2011. "Root suckering in a Triassic conifer from Antarctica: paleoecological and evolutionary implications" American Journal of Botany. 98(7). 1222-1225.
  • Krings, M., N. Dotzler, J. Galtier, and T. N. Taylor. 2011. "Oldest fossil basidiomycete clamp connections" Mycosci.. 52. 18-23.
  • Krings, M., N. Dotzler, and T. N. Taylor. 2011. "Mycoparasitism in Dubiocarpon, a fungal sporocarp from the Carboniferous" Neues Jahrbuch fur Palaeont. Abh.. 262. 241-245.
  • Schwendemann, A. B., A. Decombeix, T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, and M. Krings. 2011. "Morphological and functional stasis in mycorrhizal root nodules as exhibited by a Triassic conifer" Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 108(33). 13630–13634.
  • Bomfleur, B., M. Krings, E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2011. "Macrofossil evidence for pleuromeialean lycophytes from the Triassic of Antarctica" Acta Palaeontologica Polonica. 56(1). 195-203.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, and J. F. White. 2011. "Fungal sporocarps from the Carboniferous: An unusual specimen of Traquairia" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 168. 1-6.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, N. Dotzler, and J. Galtier. 2011. "Fungal remains in cordaite (Cordaitales) leaves from the Upper Pennsylvanian of central France" Bull. Geosci.. 86. 777-784.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, N. Dotzler, and C. Walker. 2011. "Arbuscular mycorrhizal-like fungi in Carboniferous arborescent lycopsids" New Phytologist. 191. 311-314.
  • Dotzler, N., T. N. Taylor, J. Galtier, and M. Krings. 2011. "Sphenophyllum (Sphenophyllales) leaves colonized by fungi from the Upper Pennsylvanian Grand-Croix cherts of central France" Zitteliana A. 51. 3-8.
 
  • Taylor, T. N., E. L. Taylor, and C. P. Daghlian. 2010. "The career of Ted Delevoryas: Appreciation and publications" Plants in Mesozoic Time: Innovations, Phylogeny, Ecosystems. edited by Gee, C. T.. xix-xxvi.
  • Decombeix, A., S. D. Klavins, E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2010. "Seed plant diversity in the Triassic of Antarctica: A new anatomically preserved ovule from the Fremouw Formation" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 158. 272-280.
 
 
  • Taylor, T. N. and M. Krings. 2010. "Paleomycology: The re-discovery of the obvious" PALAIOS. 25. 283-286.
  • Schwendemann, A. B., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, and M. Krings. 2010. "Organization, anatomy, and fungal endophytes of a Triassic conifer embryo" American Journal of Botany. 97(11). 1873-1883.
  • Escapa, I. H., B. J. Axsmith, T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 2010. "Modifications of the transfer technique for studying complex plant structures" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 159. 62-68.
  • Schwendemann, A. B., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, M. Krings, and J. M. Osborn. 2010. "Modern traits in early Mesozoic sphenophytes: the Equisetum-like cones of Spaciinodum collinsonii with in situ spores and elaters from the Middle Triassic of Antarctica" Plants in Deep Mesozoic Time: Morphological Innovations, Phylogeny, Ecosystems. edited by Gee, C. T.. 15-33.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, J. Galtier, and N. Dotzler. 2010. "Microproblematic endophytes and epiphytes of fern pinnules from the Upper Pennsylvanian of France" Geobios. 43. 503-510.
  • Krings, M., N. Dotzler, T. N. Taylor, and J. Galtier. 2010. "Microfungi from the upper Visean (Mississippian) of central France: Structure and development of the sporocarp Mycocarpon cinctum nov. sp." Zitteliana A. 50. 127-135.
 
 
  • Escapa, I. H., A. Decombeix, E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2010. "Evolution and relationships of the conifer seed cone Telemachus: Evidence from the Triassic of Antarctica" International Journal of Plant Sciences. 171(5). 560-573.
  • Decombeix, A., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2010. "Epicormic shoots in a Permian gymnosperm from Antarctica" International Journal of Plant Sciences. 171(7). 772-782.
  • Decombeix, A., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2010. "Anatomy and affinities of permineralized gymnospermous trunks with preserved bark from the Middle Triassic of Antarctica" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 163(1-2). 26-34.
  • Krings, M., N. Dotzler, J. E. Longcore, and T. N. Taylor. 2010. "An unusual microfungus in a fungal spore from the lower Devonian Rhynie Chert" Palaeont. 53. 753-759.
  • Serbet, R., I. H. Escapa, T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, and N. R. Cúneo. 2010. "Additional observations on the enigmatic Permian plant Buriadia and implications on early coniferophyte evolution" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 161. 168-178.
  • Wang, X., M. Krings, and T. N. Taylor. 2010. "A thalloid organism with possible lichen affinity from the Jurassic of northeastern China" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 162. 591-598.
  • Krings, M., N. Dotzler, T. N. Taylor, and J. Galtier. 2010. "A fungal community in plant tissue from the Lower Coal Measures (Langsettian, Lower Pennsylvanian) of Great Britain" Bull. Geosci.. 85. 679-690.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, J. Galtier, and N. Dotzler. 2010. "A fossil peronosporomycete oogonium with an unusual surface ornament from the Carboniferous of France" Fung. Bio.. 114. 446-450.
  • Schwendemann, A. B., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, M. Krings, and J. M. Osborn. 2010. "Spaciinodum collinsonii: A Triassic equisetalean cone with spores bearing elaters" Plants in Mesozoic Time: Innovations, Phylogeny, Ecosystems. edited by Gee, C. T.. 17-33.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, N. Dotzler, and A. Decombeix. 2010. "Galtierella biscalithecae nov. gen. et sp., a Late Pennsylvanian endophytic water mold (Peronosporomycetes) from France" Comptes Rendus Palevol. 9. 5-11.
  • Schwendemann, A. B., A. Decombeix, E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2010. "Collinsonites schopfii gen. et sp. nov., a herbaceous lycopsid from the Upper Permian of Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 158. 291-297.
  • Taylor, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 2009. "Seed ferns from the late Paleozoic and Mesozoic: Any angiosperm ancestors lurking there?" American Journal of Botany. 96(1). 237-251.
  • Decombeix, A., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2009. "Secondary growth in Vertebraria roots from the Late Permian of Antarctica: A change in developmental timing" International Journal of Plant Sciences. 170. 644-656.
  • Schwendemann, A. B., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 2009. "Pollen of the Triassic cycad Delemaya spinulosa and implications of cycad evolution" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 156. 98-103.
  • Taylor, T. N., E. L. Taylor, and M. Krings. 2009. "Paleobotany: The Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants" (2). 1230.
  • Hermsen, E. J., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2009. "Morphology and ecology of the Antarcticycas plant" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 153. 108-123.
  • Krings, M., N. Dotzler, J. Galtier, and T. N. Taylor. 2009. "Microfungi from the late Visean (Mississippian) of central France: Chytridiomycota and chytrid-like remains of uncertain affinity" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 156. 319-328.
 
  • Krings, M., H. Hass, H. Kerp, T. N. Taylor, R. Agerer, and N. Dotzler. 2009. "Endophytic cyanobacteria in a 400-million-yr-old land plant: A scenario for the origin of symbiosis?" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 153. 62-69.
  • Krings, M., J. Galtier, T. N. Taylor, and N. Dotzler. 2009. "Chytrid-like microfungi in Biscalitheca cf. musata. (Zygopteridales) from the Upper Pennsylvanian Grand-Croix cherts (Saint-Etienne Basin, France)" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 157. 309-316.
 
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, and J. Galtier. 2009. "An enigmatic microorganism from the Upper Pennsylvanian Grand-Croix cherts (Saint-Etienne Basin, France)" Zitteliana A. 48/49. 171-173.
  • Dotzler, N., C. Walker, M. Krings, H. Hass, H. Kerp, T. N. Taylor, and R. Agerer. 2009. "Acaulosporoid glomeromycotan spores with a germination shield from the 400-million-year-old Rhynie chert" Mycol. Progress. 8. 9-18.
  • Krings, M., N. Dotzler, T. N. Taylor, and J. Galtier. 2009. "A Late Pennsylvanian fungal leaf endophyte from Grand-Croix, France" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 156. 449-453.
  • Del Fueyo, G. M., S. Archangelsky, and T. N. Taylor. 2009. "Morenostrobus, a new substitute name for Morenoa Del Fueyo et al. 1990, non La Llave 1824" Ameghiniana. 46. 215.
  • Krings, M., N. Dotzler, and T. N. Taylor. 2009. "Globicultrix nugax nov. gen. et nov. spec. (Chytridiomycota), an intrusive microfungus in fungal spores from the Rhynie chert" Zitteliana A. 48/49. 165-170.
  • Schwendemann, A. B., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, M. Krings, and N. Dotzler. 2009. "Combresomyces cornifer from the Triassic of Antarctica: Evolutionary stasis in the Peronosporomycetes" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 154(1-4). 1-5.
 
 
 
  • Ryberg, P. E., E. J. Hermsen, E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2008. "Development and ecological implications of dormant buds in the high-paleolatitude Triassic sphenophyte Spaciinodum (Equisetaceae)" American Journal of Botany. 95(11). 1443-1453.
  • Dotzler, N., M. Krings, R. Agerer, J. Galtier, and T. N. Taylor. 2008. "Combresomyces cornifer nov. gen. et sp., an endophytic peronosporomycete in Lepidodendron from the Carboniferous of central France" Mycol. Research. 112. 1107-1114.
  • Axsmith, B. J., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2007. "The 'New Approach to Corystospermales' and the Antarctic Fossil Record: A Critique" Ameghiniana. 44(1). 223-230.
  • Ryberg, P. E., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2007. "Secondary phloem anatomy of Cycadeoidea (Bennettitales)" American Journal of Botany. 94(5). 791-798.
 
 
 
 
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, H. Hass, H. Kerp, N. Dotzler, and E. J. Hermsen. 2007. "Fungal endophytes in a 400-million-yr-old land plant: infection pathways, spatial distribution, and host responses" New Phytologist. 174(3). 648-657.
 
  • Hermsen, E. J., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, and D. W. Stevenson. 2007. "Cycads from the Triassic of Antarctica: Permineralized cycad leaves" International Journal of Plant Sciences. 168(7). 1099-1112.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, H. Hass, H. Kerp, N. Dotzler, and E. J. Hermsen. 2007. "An alternative mode of early land plant colonization by putative endomycorrhizal fungi" Plant Signaling & Behavior. 2(2). 126.
  • Hermsen, E. J., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 2007. "A voltzialean pollen cone from the Triassic of Antarctica" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 144(3-4). 113-122.
  • Dotzler, N., T. N. Taylor, and M. Krings. 2007. "A prasinophycean alga of the genus Cymatiosphaera in the Early Devonian Rhynie chert" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 147. 106-111.
 
  • Krings, M., N. Dotzler, T. N. Taylor, and J. Galtier. 2007. "A microfungal assemblage in Lepidodendron from the upper Viséan (Carboniferous) of central France" Comptes Rendus Palevol. 6. 431-436.
  • Krings, M., H. Kerp, H. Hass, T. N. Taylor, and N. Dotzler. 2007. "A filamentous cyanobacterium showing structured colonial growth from the Early Devonian Rhynie chert" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 146. 265-276.
  • Krings, M., S. D. Klavins, M. Barthel, S. Lausberg, R. Serbet, T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 2007. "Perissothallus, a new genus for Late Pennsylvanian-Early Permian non-calcareous algae conventionally assigned to Schizopteris (aphleboid foliage)" Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 153. 477-488.
  • Taylor, E. L., T. N. Taylor, H. Kerp, and E. J. Hermsen. 2006. "The Mesozoic seed ferns: Old paradigms, new discoveries" Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 133(1). 62-82.
  • Serbet, R., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 2006. "On a new medullosan pollen organ from the Pennsylvanian of North America" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 142. 219-227.
  • Dotzler, N., M. Krings, T. N. Taylor, and R. Agerer. 2006. "Germination shields in Scuttellospora (Glomeromycota: Diversisporales, Gigasporaceae) in the 400 million-year-old Rhynie chert" Mycol. Progress. 5. 178-184.
  • Krings, M., S. D. Klavins, T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, R. Serbet, and H. Kerp. 2006. "Frond architecture of Odontopteris brardii (Pteridospermopsida, ?Medullosales): New evidence from the Upper Pennsylvanian of Missouri, U.S.A." Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 133(1). 33-45.
  • Hermsen, E. J., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, and D. W. Stevenson. 2006. "Cataphylls of the Triassic cycad Antarcticycas schopfii and new insights into cycad evolution" American Journal of Botany. 93(5). 724-738.
  • Taylor, T. N., M. Krings, and H. Kerp. 2006. "Hassiella monospora nov. gen. et sp., a microfungus from the 400 million year old Rhynie chert" Mycol. Research. 110. 628-632.
  • Taylor, T. N., H. Hass, H. Kerp, M. Krings, and R. Hanlin. 2005. "Perithecial ascomycetes from the 400 million year old Rhynie chert: an example of ancestral polymorphism" Mycologia. 97. 269-385.
  • Taylor, T. N., H. Kerp, and H. Hass. 2005. "Life history biology of early land plants: deciphering the gametophyte phase" PNAS. 102. 5892-5897.
  • Yuan, X., S. Xiao, and T. N. Taylor. 2005. "Lichen-like symbiosis 600 million years ago" Science. 308. 1017-1020.
 
  • Taylor, T. N. and M. Krings. 2005. "Fossil microorganisms and land plants: associations and interactions" Symbiosis. 40. 119-135.
  • Krings, M., S. D. Klavins, W. A. DiMichele, H. Kerp, and T. N. Taylor. 2005. "Epidermal anatomy of Glenopteris splendens Sellards nov. emend., an enigmatic seed plant from the Lower Permian of Kansas (U.S.A.)" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 136. 159-180.
  • Klavins, S. D., D. W. Kellogg, M. Krings, E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2005. "Coprolites in a Middle Triassic cycad pollen cone: Evidence for insect pollination in early cycads?" Evolutionary Ecology Research. 7(3). 479-488.
  • Krings, M., A. Grewing, T. N. Taylor, H. Kerp, and J. Galtier. 2005. "Addendum to the article 'Lageniastrum macrosporae (fossil Volvocales, Lageniastraceae, nov. fam.), an endophyte in megaspores from the Carboniferous of the French Massif Central,' Géobios 38: 451-465" Géobios. 38. e1-e5.
  • Taylor, T. N., M. Krings, S. D. Klavins, and E. L. Taylor. 2005. "Protoascon missouriensis, a complex fossil microfungus revisited" Mycologia. 97. 725-729.
  • Krings, M., A. Grewing, T. N. Taylor, H. Kerp, and J. Galtier. 2005. "Lageniastrum macrosporae (fossil Volvocales, Lageniastraceae, nov. fam.), an endophyte in megaspores from the Carboniferous of the French Massif Central" Géobios. 38. 451-465.
  • Krings, M., A. Grewing, S. D. Klavins, and T. N. Taylor. 2005. "Karinopteris and Mariopteris: Morphologie und Ökologie" Als Hagen am Äquator lag. Die Fossilien der Ziegeleigrube Hagen-Vorhalle. edited by Hendricks, A.. 198-209.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 2004. "Structural diversity and spatial arrangement of trichomes in a Carboniferous seed fern" Vistas in Palaeobotany and Plant Morphology: Evolutionary and Environmental Perspectives. edited by Srivastava, P. C.. 61-69.
  • Klavins, S. D., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 2004. "Matoniaceous ferns (Gleicheniales) from the Middle Triassic of Antarctica" Journal of Paleontology. 78(1). 211-217.
  • Taylor, T. N., S. D. Klavins, M. Krings, E. L. Taylor, H. Kerp, and H. Hass. 2004. "Fungi from the Rhynie chert: A view from the dark side" Transactions: Earth Sciences. 94(4). 457-473.
  • Krings, M. and T. N. Taylor. 2003. "Viefalt und Interaktionen von Mikroorganismen vor 335 Mio. Jahren: ein neues internationales Forschungsprojekt in de Paläobotanik" Geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen. 14. 13-16.
  • Krings, M., D. W. Kellogg, H. Kerp, and T. N. Taylor. 2003. "Trichomes of the seed fern Blanzyopteris praedentata: implications for plant-insect interactions in the Late Carboniferous" Bot. J. Linnean Soc. Ann. Bot.. 141. 133-149.
  • Grewing, A., M. Krings, J. Galtier, H. Kerp, S. D. Klavins, and T. N. Taylor. 2003. "The oldest fossil endophytic alga and its unusual habitat" Symbiosis. 34. 215-230.
  • Axsmith, B. J., R. Serbet, M. Krings, T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, and S. H. Mamay. 2003. "The enigmatic Paleozoic plants Spermopteris and Phasmatocycas reconsidered" American Journal of Botany. 90(11). 1585-1595.
  • Krings, M., A. Grewing, and T. N. Taylor. 2003. "Mariopterid pteridosperms, scrambling and climbing vines of the Late Carboniferous swamp forest: a case study from the Namurian B of Hagen-Vorhalle (Germany)" Botanische Jahrbucher fur Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie. 124. 427-448.
  • Krings, M., H. Kerp, T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 2003. "How Paleozoic vines and lianas got off the ground: On scrambling and climbing Late Carboniferous-Early Permian pteridosperms" Botanical Review. 69(2). 204-224.
  • Klavins, S. D., E. L. Taylor, M. Krings, and T. N. Taylor. 2003. "Gymnosperms from the Middle Triassic of Antarctica: The first structurally preserved cycad pollen cone" International Journal of Plant Sciences. 164(6). 1007-1020.
  • Cuneo, N. R., E. L. Taylor, T. N. Taylor, and M. Krings. 2003. "In situ fossil forest from the Upper Fremouw Formation (Triassic) of Antarctica: paleoenvironmental setting and paleoclimate analysis" Palaeoecol., Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimtol.. 197. 239-261.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, and D. W. Kellogg. 2002. "Touch-sensitive glandular trichomes: a mode of defense against herbivorous arthropods in the Carboniferous" Evol. Ecol. Research. 4. 779-786.
  • Kellogg, D. W., T. N. Taylor, and M. Krings. 2002. "Effectiveness in defense against phytophagous arthropods of the cassabanana (Sicana odorifera, Cucurbitaceae) glandular trichomes" Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 103. 187-189.
  • Klavins, S. D., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 2002. "Anatomy of Umkomasia (Corystospermales) from the Triassic of Antarctica" American Journal of Botany. 89. 664-676.
  • McManus, H. A., E. L. Taylor, T. N. Taylor, and J. W. Collinson. 2002. "A petrified Glossopteris flora from Collinson Ridge, central Transantarctic Mountains: Late Permian or Early Triassic?" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 120. 233-246.
  • McManus, H. A., L. D. Boucher, E. L. Taylor, and b>T. N. Taylor. 2002. "Hapsidoxylon terpsichorum gen. et sp. nov., a stem with unusual anatomy from the Triassic of Antarctica" American Journal of Botany. 89. 1958-1966.
  • Rothwell, G. W., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2002. "Ashicaulis woolfei n. sp., additional evidence for the antiquity of osmundaceous ferns from the Triassic of Antarctica" American Journal of Botany. 89(2). 352-361.
  • Zavada, M. S., G. J. Anderson, and T. N. Taylor. 2001. "The role of apertures in pollen germination: a case study from Solanum appendiculatum" Pollen and spores: morphology and biology. edited by Harley, M. M., C. M. Morton, and S. Blackmore. 89-9.
  • Krings, M., H. Kerp, E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 2001. "Reconstruction of Pseudomariopteris busquetii a vine-like Late Carboniferous-Early Permian pteridosperm" Amer. J. Bot.. 88. 767-776.
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 2001. "Fungi in palaeoecosystems" Palaeobiology II. edited by Briggs, D. E. G. and P. R. Crowther. 464-467.
  • Krings, M., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, B. J. Axsmith, and H. Kerp. 2001. "Cuticles of Mariopteris occidentalis White nov. emend. from the Middle Pennsylvanian of Oklahoma (USA) and a new type of climber hook for mariopteroid pteridosperms" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynol.. 114(3-4). 209-222.
  • Klavins, S. D., E. L. Taylor, M. Krings, and T. N. Taylor. 2001. "An unusual, structurally preserved ovule from the Permian of Antarctica" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 115(3-4). 107-117.
  • Taylor, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 2001. "Adolphe Brongniart" Plant Sciences for Students. edited by Robinson, R.. 103-104.
  • Axsmith, B. J., M. Krings, and T. N. Taylor. 2001. "A filmy fern from the Upper Triassic of North Carolina (U.S.A.)" Amer. J. Bot.. 88. 1558-1567.
 
 
 
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 2000. "The Rhynie chert ecosystem: a model for understanding fungal interactions" Microbial Endophytes. edited by Bacon, C. W. and J. F. White. 31-47.
 
  • Osborn, J. M., C. J. Phipps, T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 2000. "Structurally preserved sphenophytes from the Triassic of Antarctica: reproductive remains of Spaciinodum" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 111(3-4). 225-235.
 
  • Taylor, E. L., T. N. Taylor, and N. R. Cúneo. 2000. "Permian and Triassic high latitude paleoclimates: Evidence from fossil biotas" Warm Climates in Earth History. edited by Huber, B. T., K. G. MacLeod, and S. L. Wing. 321-350.
  • Axsmith, B. J., E. L. Taylor, T. N. Taylor, and N. R. Cúneo. 2000. "New perspectives on the Mesozoic seed fern order Corystospermales based on attached organs from the Triassic of Antarctica" American Journal of Botany. 87(6). 757-768.
 
  • Phipps, C. J., B. J. Axsmith, T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 2000. "Gleichenipteris antarcticus gen. et sp. nov. from the Triassic of Antarctica" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 108(1-2). 75-83.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1999. "The ultrastructure of fossil pollen and spores" Fossil Plants and Spores: Modern Techniques. edited by Rowe, N. and T. P. Jones. 126-131.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1999. "The ultrastructure of fossil cuticle" Fossil Plants and Spores: Modern Techniques. edited by Rowe, N. and T. P. Jones. 113-115.
  • Taylor, T. N., H. Hass, and H. Kerp. 1999. "The oldest fossil ascomycete" Nature. 399. 648.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1999. "Plant-fungal interactions (paleobotany)" McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology-2000. 348-350.
  • Boucher, L. D., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 1999. "Biomechanical stability of Dicroidium pteridosperm foliage" The Evolution of Plant Architecture. edited by Kurmann, M. H. and A. R. Hemsley. 423-435.
  • Archangelsky, A., C. J. Phipps, T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1999. "Paleoazolla, a new heterosporous fern from the Upper Cretaceous of Argentina" American Journal of Botany. 86(8). 1200-1206.
  • Axsmith, B. J., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 1998. "The limitations of molecular systematics: a paleobotanical perspective" Taxon. 47. 105-108.
  • Buatois, L. A., M. G. Mangano, J. F. Genise, and T. N. Taylor. 1998. "The ichnologic record of the invertebrate invasion of nonmarine ecosystems: evolutionary trends in ecospace utilization, environmental expansion, and behavioral complexity" Palaios. 13. 217-240.
  • Taylor, E. L., T. N. Taylor, N. R. Cúneo, A. Archangelsky, and H. Kerp. 1998. "Seed fern reproductive organs from the Shackleton Glacier area" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 31(5). 27-29.
 
 
  • Axsmith, B. J., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1998. "Anatomically preserved leaves of the conifer Notophytum krauselii (Podocarpaceae) from the Triassic of Antarctica" Amer. J. Bot.. 85. 704-713.
  • Axsmith, B. J., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1998. "A new fossil conifer from the Triassic of North America: implications for models of ovulate cone scale evolution" International Journal of Plant Science. 159(2). 358-366.
 
  • Phipps, C. J., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, N. R. Cuneo, L. D. Boucher, and X. L. Yao. 1998. "Osmunda (Osmundaceae) from the Triassic of Antarctica: an example of evolutionary stasis" Amer. J. Bot.. 85. 888-895.
  • Axsmith, B. J., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, L. D. Boucher, G. W. Rothwell, and N. R. Cúneo. 1997. "Triassic conifer seed cones from the Lashly Formation, southern Victoria Land" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 30(5). 44-46.
  • Axsmith, B. J. and T. N. Taylor. 1997. "The Triassic conifer seed cone Glyptolepis" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 96. 71-79.
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 1997. "The distribution and interactions of some Paleozoic fungi" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. edited by Lyons, P. C. and E. L. Zodrow. 95(1-4). 83-94.
 
 
 
 
  • Zhao, L., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1997. "Cupulate glossopterid seeds from the Permian Buckley Formation, central Transantarctic Mountains" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 30(5). 54-55.
 
  • Axsmith, B. J., T. N. Taylor, N. C. Fraser, and P. E. Olsen. 1997. "An occurrence of the Gondwana plant Fraxinopsis in the Upper Triassic of eastern North America" Modern Geol.. 21. 299-308.
  • Yao, X. L., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1997. "A taxodiaceous seed cone from the Triassic of Antarctica" Amer. J. Bot.. 84(3). 343-354.
  • Taylor, T. N., H. Hass, and H. Kerp. 1997. "A cyanolichen from the Lower Devonian Rhynie chert" Amer. J. Bot.. 84. 992-1004.
  • Boucher, L. D., E. L. Taylor, T. N. Taylor, N. R. Cúneo, and J. M. Osborn. 1997. "Dicroidium compression floras from southern Victoria Land" Antarctic J. of the U.S.. 30(5). 40-41.
  • Remy, W., H. Kerp, H. Hass, and T. N. Taylor. 1996. "The veterans of the Scottish Rhynie chert: Revelations from 400-million-year-old fungi" Repts. DFG, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. 16-17.
  • Taylor, T. N. and J. M. Osborn. 1996. "The importance of fungi in shaping the paleoecosystem" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 90. 249-262.
  • Taylor, T. N., J. M. Osborn, and E. L. Taylor. 1996. "The importance of in situ pollen and spores in understanding the biology and evolution of fossil plants" Palynology: Principles and Applications. edited by Jansonius, J. and D. C. McGregor. 1. 427-441.
  • Cuneo, N. R., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1996. "Preface--Paleobiology of fossil plants: new insights and perspectives" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 90. 155-157.
  • Li, H., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 1996. "Permian vessel elements" Science. 271. 188-189.
  • Phipps, C. J. and T. N. Taylor. 1996. "Mixed arbuscular mycorrhizae from the Triassic of Antarctica" Mycologia. 88. 707-714.
  • Taylor, T. N. and S. E. Scheckler. 1996. "Devonian spore ultrastructure: Rhabdosporites" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 93. 147-158.
  • Ferguson, D. K. et al. 1996. "Actuopalaeontology - a taphonomic peep show? - summary of workshop discussions" Neues Jahrbuch fur Palaeont. Abh.. 202. 149-158.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1996. "In situ pollen and spores in plant evolution" Palynology: Principles and applications. edited by Jansonius, J. and D. C. McGregor. 1. 389-390.
  • del Fueyo, G. M., E. L. Taylor, T. N. Taylor, and N. R. Cúneo. 1995. "Triassic wood from the Gordon Valley, central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica" IAWA Journal. 16(2). 111-126.
  • Del Fueyo, G. M., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, and N. R. Cuneo. 1995. "Triassic seed fern cupules from Antarctica" Antarctic J. of the U.S.. 29. 30-31.
  • Taylor, T. N. and L. Grauvogel-Stamm. 1995. "The ultrastructure of Voltzialean pollen" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 84. 281-303.
  • Taylor, T. N., H. Hass, W. Remy, and H. Kerp. 1995. "The oldest fossil lichen" Nature. 378. 244.
  • Yao, X. L., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1995. "The corystosperm pollen organ Pteruchus from the Triassic of Antarctica" Amer. J. Bot.. 82. 535-546.
  • Osborn, J. M. and T. N. Taylor. 1995. "Pollen morphology and ultrastructure of the Bennettitales: in situ pollen of Cycadeoidea" Amer. J. Bot.. 82. 1074-1081.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1995. "Fredda Doris Reed (1894-1988): educator and paleobotanist" Darrah Memorial Volume. edited by Lyons, P. C.. 183-185.
  • Taylor, T. N., W. Remy, H. Hass, and H. Kerp. 1995. "Fossil arbuscular mycorrhizae from the early Devonian" Mycologia. 87. 560-573.
  • Boucher, L. D., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1995. "An unusual plant organ from the Triassic of Antarctica" Antarctic J. of the U.S.. 29. 28-29.
  • Axsmith, A. A., T. N. Taylor, T. Delevoryas, and R. C. Hope. 1995. "A new species of Eoginkgoites from the Upper Triassic of North Carolina" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 85. 189-198.
  • Del Fueyo, G. M., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, and N. R. Cúneo. 1994. "Triassic seed fern cupules from Antarctica" Antarctic J. of the U.S.. 29(5). 30-31.
 
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1994. "The fossil history of Ascomycetes" Ascomycete Systematics - Problems and Perspectives in the Nineties. edited by Hawksworth, D. L.. 167-173.
  • Galtier, J. and T. N. Taylor. 1994. "The first record of ferns from the Permian of Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 83. 227-239.
  • Taylor, T. N., G. M. Del Fueyo, and E. L. Taylor. 1994. "Permineralized seed fern cupules from the Triassic of Antarctica: Implications for cupule and carpel evolution" Amer. J. Bot.. 81. 666-677.
 
  • Masood, K. R., T. N. Taylor, T. Horner, and E. L. Taylor. 1994. "Palynology of the Mackellar Formation (Beacon Supergroup) of East Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 83. 329-337.
 
  • Hass, H., T. N. Taylor, and W. Remy. 1994. "Fungi from the Lower Devonian Rhynie chert: mycoparasitism" Amer. J. Bot.. 81. 29-37.
  • Taylor, T. N., J. Galtier, and B. J. Axsmith. 1994. "Fungi from the Lower Carboniferous of central France" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 83. 253-260.
  • Remy, W., T. N. Taylor, H. Hass, and H. Kerp. 1994. "Four hundred-million-year-old vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae (VAM)" PNAS. 91. 11841-11843.
  • Li, H., B. Tian, E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 1994. "Foliar anatomy of Gigantonoclea guizhouensis Gu et Zhi (Gigantopteridales) from the Upper Permian of Guizhou Province, China" Amer. J. Bot.. 81. 382-414.
  • Remy, W., T. N. Taylor, and H. Hass. 1994. "Early Devonian fungi: a blastocladalean fungus with sexual reproduction" Amer. J. Bot.. 81. 690-702.
 
  • Boucher, L. D., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1994. "An unusual plant organ from the Triassic of Antarctica" Antarctic J. of the U.S.. 29(5). 28-29.
 
  • Taylor, T. N., W. Remy, and H. Hass. 1994. "Allomyces in the Devonian" Nature. 367. 601.
  • Osborn, J. M., T. N. Taylor, and M. R. de Lima. 1993. "The ultrastructure of fossil ephedroid pollen with gnetalean affinities from the Lower Cretaceous of Brazil" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 77. 171-184.
  • Archangelsky, S. and T. N. Taylor. 1993. "The ultrastructure of in situ Clavatipollenites pollen from the Early Cretaceous of Patagonia" Amer. J. Bot.. 80. 879-885.
  • Yao, X. L., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1993. "The Triassic seed cone Telemachus from Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 78(3-4). 269-276.
 
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 1993. "The Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants" 982.
 
 
  • Taylor, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1993. "The ancient forests of Antarctica--response" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 28(4). 17-18.
 
  • Osborn, J. M. and T. N. Taylor. 1993. "Pollen morphology and ultrastructure of the Corystospermales: permineralized in situ grains from the Triassic of Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 79. 205-219.
  • Meyer-Berthaud, B., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1993. "Petrified stems bearing Dicroidium leaves from the Triassic of Antarctica" Palaeontology. 36(2). 337-356.
  • Taylor, T. N., E. L. Taylor, and G. M. del Fueyo. 1993. "Permineralized Triassic plants from Antarctica" The Nonmarine Triassic. edited by Lucas, S. G. and M. Morales. 457-460.
  • Taylor, T. N., E. L. Taylor, T. Horner, and K. R. Masood. 1993. "Palynostratigraphy of the Mackellar Formation (Beacon Supergroup) East Antarctica" Ant. J. of the United States. 28. 32-33.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1993. "Fungi" McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology. 180-182.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1993. "Fungi" The Fossil Record. edited by Benton, M. J.. 9-13.
  • Taylor, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1993. "Fossil tree rings and paleoclimate from the Triassic of Antarctica" The Nonmarine Triassic. edited by Lucas, S. G. and M. Morales. 453-455.
  • Osborn, J. M. and T. N. Taylor. 1993. "Comparative ultrastructure of fossil gymnosperm pollen and its phylogenetic implications" Ultrastructure of Fossil Spores and Pollen. edited by Kurmann, M. H., J. A. Doyle, and M. S. Zavada. 99-121.
  • Pigg, K. B. and T. N. Taylor. 1993. "Anatomically preserved Glossopteris stems with attached leaves from the central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica" Amer. J. Bot.. 80. 500-516.
  • Thomas, B. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1993. "A probable botryopterid fructification with Verrucosisporites miospores from Mar-Schacht, Poland" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 77. 45-49.
  • Boucher, L. D., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 1993. "Dicroidium from the Triassic of Antarctica" The Nonmarine Triassic. edited by Lucas, S. G. and M. Morales. 39-46.
 
 
  • Taylor, E. L., R. Cúneo, and T. N. Taylor. 1992. "Permian and Triassic fossil forests from the central Transantarctic Mountains" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 26(5). 23-24.
  • Taylor, T. N. and J. M. Osborn. 1992. "The role of wood in understanding saprophytism in the fossil record" Cour Forschung. Inst.. 147. 147-153.
  • Taylor, E. L., T. N. Taylor, and N. R. Cúneo. 1992. "The present is not the key to the past: A polar forest from the Permian of Antarctica" Science. 257. 1675-1677.
  • Taylor, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1992. "Reproductive biology of the Permian Glossopteridales and their suggested relationship to flowering plants" Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 89. 11495-14497.
  • Meyer-Berthaud, B., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 1992. "Reconstructing the Gondwana seed fern Dicroidium: Evidence from the Triassic of Antarctica" Géobios. 25(3). 341-344.
  • Meyer-Berthaud, B. and T. N. Taylor. 1992. "Permineralized conifer axes from the Triassic of Antarctica" Cour. Forschung. Inst.. 147. 191-197.
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 1992. "Permian plants from the Ellsworth Mountains, West Antarctica" Geology and Paleontology of the Ellsworth Mountains. edited by Webers, G. F., C. Craddock, and J. F. Splettstoesser. 285-294.
  • Taylor, T. N., W. Remy, and H. Hass. 1992. "Parasitism in a 400 million year old green alga" Nature. 357. 493-494.
 
  • Taylor, T. N., W. Remy, and H. Hass. 1992. "Fungi from the Lower Devonian Rhynie chert: Chytridiomycetes" Amer. J. Bot.. 79. 1233-1241.
  • Taylor, T. N., H. Hass, and W. Remy. 1992. "Devonian fungi: interactions with the green alga Palaeonitella" Mycologia. 84. 901-910.
  • Delevoryas, T., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1992. "A marattialean fern from the Triassic of Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 74. 101-107.
  • Taylor, E. L., L. D. Boucher, and T. N. Taylor. 1992. "Dicroidium foliage from Mount Falla, central Transantarctic Mountains" Antarctic Journal of the United States. 27(5). 2-3.
  • Osborn, J. M., T. N. Taylor, and P. R. Crane. 1991. "The ultrastructure of Sahnia pollen (Pentoxylales)" Amer. J. Bot.. 78(1560-1569).
 
  • Yao, X. L., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1991. "Silicified dipterid ferns from the Jurassic of Antarctica" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 67. 353-362.
  • Osborn, J. M., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Schneider. 1991. "Pollen morphology and ultrastructure of the Cabombaceae: correlations with pollination biology" Amer. J. Bot.. 78. 1367-1378.
  • Taylor, E. L., R. Cuneo, and T. N. Taylor. 1991. "Permian and Triassic fossil forests from the central Transantarctic Mountains" Ant. J. of the U.S.. 26(5). 23-24.
  • Taylor, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1991. "Paleobotany (annual review)" Geotimes. 36(2). 35-36.
 
  • Farabee, M. J., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 1991. "Late Permian palynomorphs from the Buckley Formation in the central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 69(4). 353-368.
  • White, J. F. and T. N. Taylor. 1991. "Fungal sporocarps from Triassic peat deposits in Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 67. 229-236.
  • Meyer-Berthaud, B. and T. N. Taylor. 1991. "A probable conifer with podocarpacean affinities from the Triassic of Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 67. 179-198.
  • Archangelsky, S. and T. N. Taylor. 1991. "Tarphyderma punctata (Michael) Archangelsky and Taylor, nov. comb., an early Cretaceous conifer" Taxon. 40. 319-320.
  • del Fueyo, G. M., S. Archangelsky, and T. N. Taylor. 1990. "Una nueva Podocarpacea fertíl (Coniferal) del Cretácico inferiór de Patagonia, Argentina" Ameghiniana. 27. 63-73.
 
  • Taylor, T. N., E. L. Taylor, B. Meyer-Berthaud, J. L. Isbell, and N. R. Cúneo. 1990. "Triassic osmundaceous ferns from the Allan Hills, southern Victoria Land" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 25(5). 18-19.
 
  • Taylor, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1990. "Structurally preserved Permian and Triassic floras from Antarctica" Antarctic Paleobiology: Its Role in the Reconstruction of Gondwana. edited by Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 149-163.
 
  • Taylor, W. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1990. "Persistent ultrastructural features in microspores of heterosporous lycophytes" Grana. 29. 219-228.
  • Pigg, K. B. and T. N. Taylor. 1990. "Permineralized Glossopteris and Dicroidium from Antarctica" Antarctic Paleobiology: Its Role in the Reconstruction of Gondwana. edited by Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 164-172.
  • Taylor, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1990. "Paleobotany (annual review)" Geotimes. 35(2). 44-45.
  • Millay, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1990. "New fern stems from the Triassic of Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 62. 41-64.
  • Osborn, J. M. and T. N. Taylor. 1990. "Morphological and ultrastructural studies of plant cuticle membranes. I. Sun and shade leaves of Quercus velutina (Fagaceae)" Bot. Gaz.. 151. 465-476.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1990. "Microsporogenesis in fossil plants" Microsporogenesis: evolution and ontogeny. edited by Blackmore, S. and R. B. Knox. 121-145.
  • Bose, M. N., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 1990. "Gondwana floras of India and Antarctica - - A survey and appraisal" Antarctic Paleobiology: Its Role in the Reconstruction of Gondwana. edited by Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 118-148.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1990. "Fungal associations in the terrestrial paleoecosystem" Trends Ecol. Evol.. 5. 21-25.
  • Cichan, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1990. "Evolution of cambium in geologic time - a reappraisal" Radial Growth in Plants. edited by Iqbal, M.. 213-228.
  • Isbell, J. L., T. N. Taylor, E. L. Taylor, N. R. Cúneo, and B. Meyer-Berthaud. 1990. "Depositional setting of Permian and Triassic fossil plants in the Allan Hills, southern Victoria Land" Antarctic Jour. of the U.S.. 25(5). 22.
  • Farabee, M. J., E. L. Taylor, and T. N. Taylor. 1990. "Correlation of Permian and Triassic palynomorph assemblages from the central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica" Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 65. 257-265.
  • Taylor, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1990. "Bibliography of Antarctic paleobotany and palynology" Antarctic Paleobiology: Its Role in the Reconstruction of Gondwana. edited by Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 221-246.
  • Taylor, E. L., T. N. Taylor, B. Meyer-Berthaud, J. L. Isbell, and N. R. Cúneo. 1990. "A Late Triassic flora from the Allan Hills, southern Victoria Land" Antarctic Jour. of the U.S.. 25(5). 20-21.
  • White, J. F. and T. N. Taylor. 1989. "Triassic fungi with suggested affinities to the Endogonales (Zygomycotina)" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 61. 53-61.
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 1989. "The lush vegetation of Antarctica" Plants Today. 2(4). 116-120.
  • Osborn, J. M. and T. N. Taylor. 1989. "Structurally preserved sphenophytes from the Triassic of Antarctica: vegetative remains of Spaciinodum gen. nov" Amer. J. Bot.. 76. 1594-1601.
  • Farabee, M. J., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1989. "Pollen and spore assemblages from the Falla Formation (Upper Triassic), central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 61. 101-138.
 
 
  • Taylor, T. N., E. L. Taylor, and J. L. Isbell. 1989. "Glossopterid reproductive organs from Mt. Achernar, Antarctica" Antarctic Jour. of the U.S.. 24(5). 28-30.
  • Taylor, T. N. and J. F. White. 1989. "Fossil fungi (Endogonaceae) from the Triassic of Antarctica" Amer. J. Bot.. 76. 389-396.
  • Taylor, E. L., T. N. Taylor, J. L. Isbell, and N. R. Cúneo. 1989. "Fossil floras of Southern Victoria Land - 2. Kennar Valley" Antarctic Jour. of the U.S.. 24(5). 26-28.
  • Taylor, E. L., T. N. Taylor, J. L. Isbell, and N. R. Cúneo. 1989. "Fossil floras of Southern Victoria Land - 1. Aztec Mountain" Antarctic Jour. of the U.S.. 24(5). 24-26.
  • Taylor, E. L., T. N. Taylor, and J. W. Collinson. 1989. "Depositional setting and paleobotany of Permian and Triassic permineralized peat from the central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica" International Jour. of Coal Geology. 12. 657-679.
  • Taylor, W. A., T. N. Taylor, and S. Archangelsky. 1989. "Comparative ultrastructure of fossil and living gymnosperm cuticles" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 59. 145-151.
  • White, J. F. and T. N. Taylor. 1989. "An evaluation of sporocarp structure in the Triassic fungus Endochaetophora" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 61. 341-345.
  • White, J. F. and T. N. Taylor. 1989. "A trichomycete-like fossil from the Triassic of Antarctica" Mycologia. 81. 643-647.
  • Osborn, J. M., T. N. Taylor, and J. F. White. 1989. "Palaeofibulus gen. nov., a clamp-bearing fungus from the Triassic of Antarctica" Mycologia. 81. 622-626.
 
  • Taylor, W. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1988. "Ultrastructural analysis of selected Cretaceous megaspores from Argentina" J. Micropaleontol.. 7. 73-87.
 
  • White, J. F. and T. N. Taylor. 1988. "Triassic fungus from Antarctica with possible ascomycetous affinities" Amer. J. Bot.. 75. 1495-1500.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1988. "The origin of land plants: Some answers, more questions" Taxon. 37. 805-833.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1988. "The origin and evolution of angiosperms" ISI Atlas of Science. 1. 47-50.
  • Stubblefield, S. P. and T. N. Taylor. 1988. "Tansley Review No. 12 - Recent advances in paleomycology" New Phytol.. 108. 3-25.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1988. "Pollen and pollen organs of fossil gymnosperms: Phylogeny and reproductive biology" Origin and Evolution of Gymnosperms. edited by Beck, C. B.. 177-217.
  • Taylor, T. N., E. L. Taylor, and M. J. Farabee. 1988. "Palynostratigraphy of the Falla Formation (Upper Triassic), Beardmore Glacier Region" Antarctic Jour. of the U.S.. 23(5). 8-9.
  • Taylor, T. N., E. L. Taylor, and M. J. Farabee. 1988. "Palynostratigraphy of the Buckley Formation (Permian), central Transantarctic Mountains" Antarctic Jour. of the U.S.. 23(5). 21-23.
 
  • Yao, Z. and T. N. Taylor. 1988. "On a new gleicheniaceous fern from the Permian of South China" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 54. 121-134.
  • Taylor, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1988. "Late Triassic flora from Mount Falla, Queen Alexandra Range" Antarctic J. of the U.S.. 23(5). 2-3.
 
  • Stubblefield, S. P., T. N. Taylor, and J. M. Trappe. 1987. "Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae from the Triassic of Antarctica" Amer. J. Bot.. 74. 1904-1911.
 
 
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 1987. "The ultrastructure of fossil gymnosperm pollen" Bull. Soc. Bot. de France. 134(2). 121-140.
  • Taylor, T. N., M. S. Zavada, and S. Archangelsky. 1987. "The ultrastructure of Cyclusphaera psilata from the Cretaceous of Argentina" Grana. 26. 74-80.
  • Taylor, W. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1987. "Subunit construction of the spore wall in fossil and living lycopods" Pollen et Spores. 29. 241-248.
  • Millay, M. A., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1987. "Studies of Antarctic fossil plants: An association of ferns from the Triassic of Fremouw Peak" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 22(5). 31-32.
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 1987. "Structurally preserved fossil plants from Antarctica. III. Permian seeds" Amer. J. Bot.. 74. 904-913.
  • Kurmann, M. H. and T. N. Taylor. 1987. "Sporoderm ultrastructure of Lophosoria and Cyatheacidites: Systematic and evolutionary implications" Plant Syst. Evol.. 157. 85-94.
  • Taylor, W. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1987. "Spore wall ultrastructure of Protosalvinia" Amer. J. Bot.. 74. 437-443.
  • Taylor, T. N., T. Delevoryas, and R. C. Hope. 1987. "Pollen cones from the Late Triassic of North America and implications on conifer evolution" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 53. 141-149.
  • Pigg, K. B., T. N. Taylor, and R. A. Stockley. 1987. "Paleozoic seed ferns: Heterangium kentuckyensis sp. nov., from the Upper Carboniferous of North America" Amer. J. Bot.. 74. 1184-1204.
 
  • Stubblefield, S. P., T. N. Taylor, and J. M. Trappe. 1987. "Fossil mycorrhizae: A case for symbiosis" Science. 237. 59-60.
  • Smoot, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1987. "Antarctic research (letter to the editor)" Nature. 325. 10.
 
  • Pigg, K. B. and T. N. Taylor. 1987. "Anatomically preserved Dicroidium from the Transantarctic Mountains" Antarctic J. of the U.S.. 22(5). 28-29.
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Taylor. 1987. "An unusual gymnospermous reproductive organ of Triassic age" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 22(5). 29-30.
 
  • Stubblefield, S. P., T. N. Taylor, and R. L. Seymour. 1987. "A possible endogonaceous fungus from the Triassic of Antarctica" Mycologia. 79. 905-906.
 
  • Millay, M. A., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Taylor. 1987. "Phi thickenings in fossil seed plants from Antarctica" IAWA Bull.. 8(3). 191-201.
 
 
 
 
  • Stubblefield, S. P. and T. N. Taylor. 1986. "Wood decay in silicified gymnosperms from Antarctica" Bot. Gaz.. 147. 116-125.
  • Archangelsky, S., T. N. Taylor, and M. H. Kurmann. 1986. "Ultrastructural studies of fossil plant cuticles: Ticoa harrisii from the early Cretaceous of Argentina" Bot. J. Linnean Soc.. 92. 101-116.
  • Archangelsky, S. and T. N. Taylor. 1986. "Ultrastructural studies of fossil plant cuticles. II. Tarphyderma gen. n., a Cretaceous conifer from Argentina" Amer. J. Bot.. 73. 1577-1587.
  • Zavada, M. S. and T. N. Taylor. 1986. "The role of self-incompatibility as a mate choice mechanism in the gymnosperm-angiosperm transition: A hypothesis" Amer. Natur.. 129. 538-550.
  • Taylor, T. N. and S. P. Stubblefield. 1986. "The role of reproductive organs in the classification of fossil plants" Systematic and taxonomic approaches in palaeobotany. edited by Spicer, R. and B. A. Thomas. 79-89.
  • Pigg, K. B., R. A. Stockey, and T. N. Taylor. 1986. "Studies of Paleozoic seed ferns: Additional studies of Microspermopteris aphyllum Baxter" Bot. Gaz.. 147. 126-136.
  • Taylor, E. L., T. N. Taylor, J. W. Collinson, and D. H. Elliot. 1986. "Structurally preserved Permian plants from Skaar Ridge, Beardmore Glacier region" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 21(5). 27-28.
  • Smoot, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1986. "Structurally preserved fossil plants from Antarctica. II. A Permian moss from the Transantarctic Mountains" Amer. J. Bot.. 73(12). 1683-1691.
  • Zavada, M. S. and T. N. Taylor. 1986. "Pollen morphology of Lactoridaceae" Syst. Bot.. 154. 31-39.
 
  • Taylor, T. N., E. L. Taylor, and J. W. Collinson. 1986. "Paleoenvironment of Lower Middle Triassic plants from the Fremouw Formation" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 21(5). 26-27.
 
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Smoot. 1986. "Field guide to fossil plants of eastern Kentucky" Field Excursion 6, Carboniferous of eastern Kentucky, Guidebook. edited by Haban, S. M.. 153-172.
  • Smoot, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1986. "Evidence for simple polyembryony in Permian seeds from Antarctica" Amer. J. Bot.. 73. 1079-1081.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1986. "Developmental and functional aspects of fossil pollen" Pollen and Spores: Form and Function. edited by Blackmore, S. and I. Ferguson. 165-178.
  • Taylor, T. N. and A. Archangelsky. 1985. "The Cretaceous pteridosperms Ruflorinia and Ktalenia and implications on cupule and carpel evolution" Amer. J. Bot.. 72. 1842-1853.
  • Stubblefield, S. P., T. N. Taylor, and C. E. Miller. 1985. "Studies of Paleozoic fungi. IV. Wall ultrastructure of fossil endogonaceous chlamydospores" Mycologia. 77. 83-96.
  • Smoot, E. L., T. N. Taylor, and T. Delevoryas. 1985. "Structurally preserved fossil plants from Antarctica. I. Antarcticycas, gen. n., a Triassic cycad stem from the Beardmore Glacier area" Amer. J. Bot.. 71. 410-423.
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Smoot. 1985. "Plant fossils from the Ellsworth Mountains" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 20(5). 48-49.
  • Smoot, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1985. "Paleobotany: Recent developments and future research directions" Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 50. 149-162.
 
  • Baldoni, A. M. and T. N. Taylor. 1985. "Megasporas Cretácicas de la Formación Springhill en el subsuelo de Argentina y Chile austral" Ameghiniana. 21. 151-167.
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Smoot. 1985. "Fossil plants from the Pennspylvanian of eastern Kentucky" Carboniferous of Eastern Kentucky. edited by Haban, S. M.. 153-172.
  • Stubblefield, S. P. and T. N. Taylor. 1985. "Fossil fungi in Antarctic wood" Antarctic J. of the U.S.. 20(5). 7-8.
  • Pigg, K. B. and T. N. Taylor. 1985. "Anatomically preserved Glossopteris from the Beardmore Glacier area of Antarctica" Antarctic J. of the U.S.. 20(5). 8-10.
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Smoot. 1985. "A new Triassic cycad from the Beardmore Glacier area of Antarctica" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 20(5). 5-7.
  • Stubblefield, S. P., C. E. Miller, T. N. Taylor, and G. T. Cole. 1985. "Geotrichites glaesarius, a conidial fungus from Dominican amber" Mycologia. 77. 11-16.
  • Pigg, K. B. and T. N. Taylor. 1985. "Cormophyton gen. nov., a cormose lycopod from the Mazon Creek flora" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 44. 165-181.
  • Taylor, T. N. and M. H. Kurmann. 1985. "Boulayatheca, the new name for the seed fern pollen organ Boulaya Carpentier" Taxon. 34. 666-667.
 
  • Taylor, T. N. and K. L. Alvin. 1984. "Ultrastructure and development of Mesozoic pollen: Classopollis" Amer. J. Bot.. 71. 575-587.
  • Cichan, M. A., T. N. Taylor, and D. F. Brauer. 1984. "Ultrastructural studies of in situ Devonian spores: Protobarinophyton pennsylvanicum Brauer" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 41. 167-175.
  • Millay, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1984. "The ultrastructure of Paleozoic fern spores. II. Scolecopteris (Marattiales)" Palaeontographica. 194B. 1-13.
  • Taylor, T. N., M. A. Cichan, and A. M. Baldoni. 1984. "The ultrastructure of Mesozoic pollen: Pteruchus dubius (Thomas) Townrow" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 41. 319-327.
  • Kurmann, M. H. and T. N. Taylor. 1984. "The ultrastructure of Boulaya fertilis (Medullosales) pollen" Pollen et Spores. 26. 109-116.
  • Smoot, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1984. "The fine structure of fossil plant cell walls" Science. 225. 621-623.
  • Stubblefield, S. P., T. N. Taylor, C. E. Miller, and G. T. Cole. 1984. "Studies of Paleozoic fungi. III. Fungal parasitism in a Pennsylvanian gymnosperm" Amer. J. Bot.. 71. 1275-1282.
  • Stubblefield, S. P. and T. N. Taylor. 1984. "Fungal remains in the lycopod megaspore Triletes rugosus (Loose) Schopf" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 41. 199-204.
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Smoot. 1984. "Fossil plants from the Beardmore Glacier area" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 19(5). 12.
  • Kurmann, M. H. and T. N. Taylor. 1984. "Comparative ultrastructure of the sphenophyte spores Elaterites and Equisetum" Grana. 23. 109-116.
  • Cichan, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1984. "A method for determining tracheid lengths in petrified wood by analysis of wood cross sections" Ann. Bot.. 53. 219-226.
  • Stubblefield, S. P. and T. N. Taylor. 1984. "Conostoma williamsonii n. sp., a lagenostomalean ovule from the Pennsylvanian of the Illinois Basin" Can. J. Bot.. 62. 96-101.
 
  • Taylor, T. N. and D. F. Brauer. 1983. "Ultrastructural studies of in situ Devonian spores: Barinophyton citrulliforme" Amer. J. Bot.. 70. 106-112.
  • Stubblefield, S. P. and T. N. Taylor. 1983. "Studies of Paleozoic fungi. I. The structure and organization of Traquairia (Ascomycota)" Amer. J. Bot.. 70. 387-399.
  • Smoot, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1983. "Studies of Carboniferous pteridosperm seeds: The relationship of the integument and nucellus in Pachytesta gigantea" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 40. 165-176.
  • Stubblefield, S. P., T. N. Taylor, C. E. Miller, and G. T. Cole. 1983. "Studies of Carboniferous fungi. II. The structure and organization of Mycocarpon, Sporocarpon, Dubiocarpon and Coleocarpon (Ascomycota)" Amer. J. Bot.. 70. 1482-1498.
  • Taylor, T. N. and E. L. Smoot. 1983. "Structurally preserved plants from the Beardmore Glacier area" Antarctic Journal of the U.S.. 18(5). 57-58.
 
  • Scott, A. C. and T. N. Taylor. 1983. "Plant/animal interactions during the Upper Carboniferous" Bot. Rev.. 49. 259-307.
  • Baldoni, A. M. and T. N. Taylor. 1983. "Plant remains from a new Cretaceous site in Santa Cruz, Argentina" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 39. 301-311.
  • Jefferson, T. H. and T. N. Taylor. 1983. "Permian and Triassic woods from the Transantarctic Mountains: paleoenvironmental indicators" Antarctic J. of the U.S.. 18(5). 55-56.
  • Taylor, T. N. and A. C. Scott. 1983. "Interactions of plants and animals during the Carboniferous" BioScience. 33. 488-493.
  • Smoot, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1983. "Filamentous microorganisms from the Carboniferous of North America" Can. J. Bot.. 61. 2251-2256.
  • Cichan, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1983. "A systematic and developmental analysis of Arthropitys deltoides sp. nov" Bot. Gaz.. 144. 285-294.
  • Cichan, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1982. "Wood-borings in Premnoxylon: Plant-animal interactions in the Carboniferous" Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol.. 39. 124-127.
  • Cichan, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1982. "Vascular cambium development in Sphenophyllum: A Carboniferous arthrophyte" IAWA Bull.. 3. 155-160.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1982. "Ultrastructural studies of Paleozoic seed fern pollen: Sporoderm development" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 37. 29-53.
  • Millay, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1982. "The ultrastructure of Paleozoic fern spores: I. Botryopteris" Amer. J. Bot.. 69. 1148-1155.
  • Baldoni, A. M. and T. N. Taylor. 1982. "The ultrastructure of Trisaccites pollen from the Cretaceous of southern Argentina" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 38. 23-33.
 
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1982. "The origin of land plants: A paleobotanical perspective" Taxon. 31. 155-177.
  • Taylor, T. N. and G. W. Rothwell. 1982. "Studies of seed fern pollen: Development of the exine in Monoletes (Medullosales)" Amer. J. Bot.. 69. 570-578.
  • Cichan, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1982. "Structurally preserved plants from southeastern Kentucky: Stauropteris biseriata sp. nov" Amer. J. Bot.. 69. 1491-1496.
  • Taylor, T. N. and S. P. Stubblefield. 1982. "Some preliminary observations on the diversity of Pennsylvanian fossil fungi" D.D. Pant Commemoration Volume. edited by Nautiyal, D. D.. 241-246.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1982. "Reproductive biology in early seed plants" BioScience. 32. 23-28.
  • Wagner, C. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1982. "Fungal chlamydospores from the Pennsylvanian of North America" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 37. 317-328.
 
  • Rothwell, G. W. and T. N. Taylor. 1982. "Early seed plant wind pollination studies: A commentary" Taxon. 31. 308-309.
  • Stubblefield, S. P., T. N. Taylor, and C. P. Daghlian. 1982. "Compressed plants from the Lower Pennsylvanian of Kentucky (U.S.A.). I. Crossotheca kentuckiensis n. sp" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 36. 197-204.
  • Good, C. W., G. W. Rothwell, and T. N. Taylor. 1982. "A new Stephanospermum from the Appalachian Basin of North America" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 36. 231-240.
  • Smoot, E. L., T. N. Taylor, and B. S. Serlin. 1982. "Archaeocalamites from the Upper Mississippian of Arkansas" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 36. 325-334.
 
  • Smoot, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1981. "The petrified pteridosperm stem Medullosa anglica from the Pennsylvanian of North America" Palaeontology. 24. 647-653.
  • Cichan, M. A., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Smoot. 1981. "The application of SEM in the characterization of Carboniferous lycopod wood" 197-201.
  • Cichan, M. A., T. N. Taylor, and E. L. Smoot. 1981. "The application of scanning electron microscopy in the characterization of Carboniferous lycopod wood" Scanning Electron Microscopy. 1981. 197-201.
  • Stockey, R. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1981. "Scanning electron microscopy of epidermal patterns and cuticular structure in the genus Agathis" 207-212.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1981. "Pollen and pollen organ evolution in early seed plants" Paleobotany, Paleoecology and Evolution. edited by Niklas, K. J.. 2. 1-25.
  • Smoot, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1981. "Phloem histology of a Lower Pennsylvanian Psaronius" Palaeobotanist. 28-29. 81-85.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1981. "Paleobotany: An Introduction to Fossil Plant Biology" 589.
  • Cichan, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1981. "On the structure and morphology of the seed Pachytesta muncii n. sp. (Medullosales)" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 34. 359-365.
  • Taylor, T. N. and M. A. Millay. 1981. "Morphologic variability of Pennsylvanian lyginopterid seed ferns" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 32. 27-62.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1981. "Introduction" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 32. 1-3.
 
  • Wagner, C. W. and T. N. Taylor. 1981. "Evidence for endomycorrhizae in Pennsylvanian age plant fossils" Science. 212. 562-563.
  • Taylor, T. N. and M. A. Millay. 1981. "Additional information on the pollen organ Halletheca (Medullosales)" Amer. J. Bot.. 68. 1403-1407.
  • Smoot, E. L., R. K. Jansen, and T. N. Taylor. 1981. "A phylogenetic analysis of the land plants: A botanical commentary" Taxon. 30. 65-67.
 
 
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1980. "Ultrastructural studies of pteridosperm pollen: Nanoxanthiopollenites Clendening and Nygreen" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 29. 15-21.
  • Taylor, T. N. and C. P. Daghlian. 1980. "The morphology and ultrastructure of Gothania (Cordaitales) pollen" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 29. 1-14.
  • Taylor, T. N., N. J. Maihle, and L. V. Hills. 1980. "Morphological and ultrastructural features of Nikitinsporites canadensis Chaloner, a Devonian megaspore from the Frasnian of Canada" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 30. 89-99.
  • Millay, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1980. "An unusual botryopterid sporangial aggregation from the Middle Pennsylvanian of North America" Amer. J. Bot.. 67. 758-773.
 
  • Taylor, T. N. and M. A. Millay. 1979. "Pollination biology and reproduction in early seed plants" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 27. 329-355.
  • Millay, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1979. "Paleozoic seed fern pollen organs" Bot. Gaz.. 45. 301-375.
  • Rothwell, G. W., T. N. Taylor, and C. Clarkson. 1979. "On the structural similarity of Paleozoic ovules Conostoma platyspermum and C. leptospermum" J. Paleontol. 53. 49-54.
 
  • Daghlian, C. P. and T. N. Taylor. 1979. "A new structurally preserved Pennsylvanian cordaitean pollen organ" Amer. J. Bot.. 66. 290-300.
  • Daghlian, C. P. and T. N. Taylor. 1979. "A new method of isolating pollen and spores from acetate peels for scanning electron microscopy" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 27. 85-89.
 
 
 
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1978. "The ultrastructure and reproductive significance of Monoletes (Pteridospermales) pollen" Can. J. Bot.. 56. 3015-3118.
  • Smoot, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1978. "Sieve areas in fossil phloem" Science. 202. 1081-1083.
  • Stockey, R. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1978. "Scanning electron microscopy of epidermal patterns and cuticular structure in the genus Araucaria" 223-227.
  • Stockey, R. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1978. "On the structure and evolutionary relationships of the Cerro Cuadrado fossil conifer seedlings" Bot. J. Linn. Soc.. 76. 161-176.
  • Taylor, T. N. and M. A. Millay. 1978. "Fertile and sterile frond segments of the lyginopterid seed fern Feraxotheca" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 25. 151-162.
  • Stockey, R. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1978. "Cuticular features and epidermal patterns in the genus Araucaria de Jussieu" Bot. Gaz.. 139. 490-498.
  • Millay, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1978. "Chytrid-like fossils of Pennsylvanian age" Science. 200. 1147-1149.
 
  • Smoot, E. L. and T. N. Taylor. 1978. "Etapteris leclercqii n. sp., a zygopterid fern from the Pennsylvanian of North America" Amer. J. Bot.. 65. 571-576.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1977. "Toward an understanding of the reproductive biology of fossil plants" Geobotany. edited by Romans, R. C.. 77-93.
  • Taylor, T. N. and M. A. Millay. 1977. "The ultrastructure and reproductive significance of Lasiostrobus microspores" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 23. 129-137.
  • Taylor, T. N. and M. A. Millay. 1977. "Structurally preserved fossil cell contents" Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc.. 96. 390-393.
  • Millay, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1977. "Feraxotheca gen. n., a lyginopterid pollen organ from the Pennsylvanian of North America" Amer. J. Bot.. 64. 177-185.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1976. "The ultrastructure of Schopfipollenites: Orbicules and tapetal membranes" Amer. J. Bot.. 63. 857-862.
 
  • Taylor, T. N. and R. A. Stockey. 1976. "Studies of Paleozoic seed ferns: Anatomy and morphology of Microspermopteris aphyllum" Amer. J. Bot.. 63. 1302-1310.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1976. "Patterns in Gymnosperm Evolution" 1-34.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1976. "Fossil Ubisch bodies" Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc.. 95. 133-136.
  • Millay, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1976. "Evolutionary trends in fossil gymnosperm pollen" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 21. 65-91.
  • Taylor, T. N. and S. D. Brack-Hanes. 1976. "Achlamydocarpon varius comb. nov.: Morphology and reproductive biology" Amer. J. Bot.. 63. 1257-1265.
 
  • Good, C. W. and T. N. Taylor. 1975. "The morphology and systematic position of calamitean elater bearing spores" GeoScience and Man. 11. 133-139.
  • Taylor, T. N. and D. A. Levin. 1975. "Pollen morphology of Polemoniaceae in relation to systematic and pollination systems: Scanning electron microscopy" Grana. 15. 91-112.
  • Good, C. W. and T. N. Taylor. 1974. "The establishment of Elaterites triferens spores in Calamocarpon insignis microsporangia" Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc.. 93. 148-151.
  • Good, C. W. and T. N. Taylor. 1974. "Structurally preserved plants from the Pennsylvanian (Monongahela Series) of southeastern Ohio" Ohio J. Sci.. 74. 287-290.
 
  • Millay, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1974. "Morphological studies of Paleozoic monosaccate pollen" Palaeontographica. 147B. 75-99.
  • Taylor, T. N. and J. T. Mickel. 1974. "Evolution of systematic characters in the ferns, Introduction" Ann. Missouri Bot. Garden. 61. 307-482.
 
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1973. "Combined transmission and scanning electron microscopy of in situ Paleozoic spores" Palaeontology. 16. 765-776.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1973. "A consideration of the morphology, ultrastructure and multicellular microgametophytes of Cycadeoidea dacotensis pollen" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 16. 157-164.
  • Brack, S. D. and T. N. Taylor. 1972. "The ultrastructure and organization of Endosporites" Micropaleontology. 18. 101-109.
  • Good, C. W. and T. N. Taylor. 1972. "The ontogeny of Carboniferous articulates: The apex of Sphenophyllum" Amer. J. Bot.. 59. 617-626.
  • Rothwell, G. W. and T. N. Taylor. 1972. "Carboniferous pteridosperm studies: On the morphology and anatomy of Schopfiastrum decussatum Andrews" Can. J. Bot.. 50. 2649-2658.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1972. "A new Carboniferous sporangial aggregation" Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.. 14. 309-318.
  • Rothwell, G. W. and T. N. Taylor. 1971. "Studies of Paleozoic calamitean cones: Weissia kentuckiense gen. et sp. nov" Bot. Gaz.. 132. 215-224.
  • Rothwell, G. W. and T. N. Taylor. 1971. "Weissistachys kentuckiensis: A new name for Weissia kentuckiense Rothwell and Taylor" Bot. Gaz.. 132. 371-372.
  • Eggert, D. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1971. "Telangiopsis gen. nov., an Upper Mississippian pollen organ from Arkansas" Bot. Gaz.. 132. 30-37.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1971. "Halletheca reticulatus gen. et sp. n.: A synangiate Pennsylvanian pteridosperm pollen organ" Amer. J. Bot.. 58. 300-308.
  • Zimmermann, R. P. and T. N. Taylor. 1970. "The ultrastructure of Paleozoic megaspore membranes" Pollen et Spores. 12. 451-468.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1970. "The morphology of Bowmanites dawsoni spores" Micropaleontology. 16. 243-248.
  • Millay, M. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1970. "Studies of living and fossil saccate pollen grains" Micropaleontology. 16. 463-470.
  • Good, C. W. and T. N. Taylor. 1970. "On the structure of Cordaites felicis Benson from the Lower Pennsylvanian of North America" Palaeontology. 13. 29.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1970. "Lasiostrobus gen. nov., a staminate strobilus of gymnospermous affinity from the Pennsylvanian of North America" Amer. J. Bot.. 57. 670-690.
  • Taylor, T. N. and D. A. Eggert. 1969. "Studies of spores from Carboniferous fructifications. I. Introduction and preliminary survey utilizing the scanning electron microscope" Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc.. 88. 431-444.
 
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1969. "On the structure of Bowmanites dawsoni from the Lower Pennsylvanian of North America" Palaeontographica. 125B. 65-72.
  • Taylor, T. N. and D. A. Eggert. 1969. "On the structure and relationships of a new Pennsylvanian species of Pachytesta" Palaeontology. 12. 382-387.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1969. "Cycads: Evidence from the Upper Pennsylvanian" Science. 164. 249-295.
 
  • Delevoryas, T. and T. N. Taylor. 1969. "A probable pteridosperm with eremopterid foliage from the Allegheny Group of northern Pennsylvania" Postilla. 133. 1-14.
  • Taylor, T. N. and D. A. Eggert. 1968. "Petrified plants from the Upper Mississippian of North America. II. Lepidostrobus fayettevillense n. sp." Amer. J. Bot.. 55. 306-313.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1968. "Application of the scanning electron microscope in paleobotany" Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc.. 87. 510-515.
  • Taylor, T. N. and D. A. Eggert. 1967. "Petrified plants from the Upper Mississippian of North America. I. The seed Rhynchosperma gen. nov" Amer. J. Bot.. 54. 984-992.
  • Taylor, T. N. and D. A. Eggert. 1967. "Petrified plants from the Upper Mississippian (Chester Series) of Arkansas" Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc.. 86. 412-416.
  • Gray, L. R. and T. N. Taylor. 1967. "Palynology of the Schultztown Coal in western Kentucky" Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc.. 86. 502-506.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1967. "Paleozoic seed studies: On the structure of Conostoma leptospermum n. sp. and Albertlongia incostata n. gen. et sp" Palaeontographica. 121B. 23-29.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1967. "On the structure of Calamostachys binneyana from the Lower Pennsylvanian of North America" Amer. J. Bot.. 54. 43-46.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1967. "On the structure and phylogenetic relationships of the fern Radstockia Kidston" Palaeontology. 10. 43-46.
  • Gray, L. R. and T. N. Taylor. 1967. "Morphological variation of Ahrensisporites symetricus Alpern" Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc.. 86. 214-217.
  • Eggert, D. A. and T. N. Taylor. 1966. "Studies of Paleozoic ferns: On the genus Tedelea gen. nov" Palaeontographica. 118B. 52-73.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1966. "Paleozoic seed studies: On the genus Hexapterospermum Brong" Amer. J. Bot.. 53. 185-192.
  • Stewart, W. N. and T. N. Taylor. 1965. "The peel technique" The Handbook of Paleontological Techniques. edited by Kummel, B. and R. Raup. 224-232.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1965. "Paleozoic seed studies: A monograph of the American species of Pachytesta" Palaeontographica. 117B. 1-46.
  • Taylor, T. N. and W. N. Stewart. 1964. "The Paleozoic seed Mitrospermum in American coal balls" Palaeontographica. 115B. 50-58.
  • Taylor, T. N. and T. Delevoryas. 1964. "Paleozoic seed studies: A new Pennsylvanian Pachytesta from southern Illinois" Amer. J. Bot.. 50. 189-195.
  • Taylor, T. N. and G. A. Leisman. 1963. "Conostoma kestospermum, a new species of Paleozoic seed from the Middle Pennsylvanian" Amer. J. Bot.. 50. 574-580.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1962. "The coal ball peel technique" Fast Journal. 5-6.
  • Taylor, T. N.. 1962. "Additional observations on Stephanospermum ovoides, a Middle Pennsylvanian seed" Amer. J. Bot.. 49. 749-800.

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