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MICHAEL CICHAN AWARD
Presentation of Prize
The Michael Cichan
Award recognizes the best paper or book published in the last year on
a topic that bridges the boundary between plant structure and plant
evolution. The prize is to be judged by a committee of three members
appointed by the Chair of the Section and is presented at the annual
meetings of the Society. The prize does not have to be given
2012 Dr. Jean Galtier, Botanique et Bioinformatique de l'Archiectures des Plantes (AMAP). For the paper: “The origins and early evolution of the megaphylous leaf.? International Journal of Plant Sciences 171"641-661
2008 - Dr. Maria A. Gandolfo, Cornell University. For her paper: “Fossil Nelumbonaceae from the La Colonia Formation (Campanian-Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous), Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina.” Co-author on the paper is N. R. Cuneo.
2005 - Dr. Ruth A. Stockey, University of Alberta. For her paper: “Diversity among taxodioid conifers Metasequoia foxii sp. nov. from the Paleocene of Central Alberta, Canada” with co-authors G.W. Rothwell and A.B. Falder.
2002 Dr. Gar W. Rothwell. For his paper with co-author G. Mapes: “Barthelia furcata gen. et sp. nov., with a review of Paleozoic coniferophytes and a discussion of coniferophyte systematics”
1999 Karen A. Renzaglia (Department of Plant Biology, Southern
Illinois University) "Developmental ultrastructure of the
male gamete of Selaginella" Co-authors on the paper are Douglas
L. Bernhard and David J. Garbary.
1997 Brigitte Meyer-Berthaud - "A reinvestigation of
Stenolyelon from the Late Tournasian of Scotland".
1996 Jack B. Fisher and Frank W. Ewers - "Vessel dimensions
in liana and tree species of Gnetum (Gnetales)".
1995 Steven R. Manchester - "Fruits and seeds of the Middle
Eocene nut beds flora, Clarno Formation, Oregon".
1993 Karl J. Niklas - "Plant Biomechanics".
1992 Elisabeth A. Wheeler - "Paleocene dicotyledonous trees
from Big Bend National Park, Texas".
1991 Paul Kenrick - "The structure of water conducting cells
in the enigmatic early land plants Stockmansella langii,
Huvenia kleui, and Sciadophyton".
1990 Joanne M. Dannenhoffer - "Rellimia thomsonii from
the Givetian of New York: Secondary growth in three orders of branching".
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