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DATE

1989

AUTHORS

H. W. Mielke

ABSTRACT

Paleogeographic patterns of continents provide a framework for explaining the present disjunct distributions of many organisms. Continental drift is exceedingly important in providing an explanation for the North American/ European, South American/Australasian and South American/African intercontinental disjunctions. Continental drift theory, however, cannot be appropriately applied to every disjunction. Two other major intercontinental disjunctions are the eastern Asian/eastern North American and the less extensive temperate North American/temperate South American disjunctions. How did the floras of these now widely separated areas become established? More... »

PAGES

78-100

Book

TITLE

Patterns of Life

ISBN

978-0-04-574033-8
978-94-011-6499-3

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