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Oldest Eukaryotic body fossil

Eukaryotic organisms can be easily recognized in living cell by nucleus and mitochondria. However their recognition in fossils records are very difficult. Recently, in a scientific report, Scientists from India have reported oldest eukaryotic fossils from the >1.65 Ga old rocks of Vindhyan Supegroup, Central India. this report published in Journal of the PalaeontologIcal Society of India.  …See More
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Oldest Eukaryotic body fossil

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Eukaryotic organisms can be easily recognized in living cell by nucleus and mitochondria. However their recognition in fossils records are very difficult. Recently, in a scientific report, Scientists from India have reported oldest eukaryotic fossils from the >1.65 Ga old rocks of Vindhyan Supegroup, Central India. this report published in Journal of the PalaeontologIcal Society of India.  …

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