Elso Barghoorn

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Plant Biology
Website:
http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=11522&page=92
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(1915 - 1984)
http://www.nasonline.org/member-directory/deceased-members/58007.html

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Irving W. Bailey grad student 1941 Harvard
 (The ontogenetic development and phylogenetic specialization of rays in the xylem of conifers and dicotyledons)

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Donald R. Whitehead grad student Harvard
William Spackman grad student 1949 Harvard (Geotree)
J. William Schopf grad student 1968 Harvard (Geotree)
Andrew H Knoll grad student 1977 Harvard
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Lenk C, Strother PK, Kaye CA, et al. (1982) Precambrian age of the Boston basin: new evidence from microfossils. Science (New York, N.Y.). 216: 619-20
Bridgwater D, Allaart JH, Schopf JW, et al. (1981) Microfossil-like objects from the Archaean of Greenland: A cautionary note Nature. 289: 51-53
Margulis L, Barghoorn ES, Ashendorf D, et al. (1980) The microbial community in the layered sediments at Laguna Figueroa, Baja California, Mexico: Does it have Precambrian analogues? Precambrian Research. 11: 93-123
Margulis L, Mazur P, Barghoorn ES, et al. (1979) The Viking Mission: implications for life on Mars. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 14: 223-32
Reimer TO, Barghoorn ES, Margulis L. (1979) Primary productivity in an early Archean microbial ecosystem Precambrian Research. 9: 93-104
Francis S, Margulis L, Barghoorn ES. (1978) On the experimental silicification of microorganisms II. On the time of appearance of eukaryotic organisms in the fossil record Precambrian Research. 6: 65-100
Francis S, Barghoorn ES, Margulis L. (1978) On the experimental silicification of microorganisms. III. Implications of the preservation of the green prokaryotic alga prochloron and other coccoids for interpretation of the microbial fossil record Precambrian Research. 7: 377-383
Mazur P, Barghoorn ES, Halvorson HO, et al. (1978) Biological implications of the Viking mission to Mars Space Science Reviews. 22: 3-34
Knoll AH, Barghoorn ES. (1977) Archean microfossils showing cell division from the swaziland system of South Africa. Science (New York, N.Y.). 198: 396-8
Walters CC, Margulis L, Barghoorn ES. (1977) On the experiemntal silicification of microorganisms. I. Microbial growth on organosilicon compounds Precambrian Research. 5: 241-248
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