August 2016 Blog Posts (1)

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.  …

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