Conference contributions (abstracts and proceedings)

Invited/keynote:



Seyfullah, L. J., Beimforde, C., Perrichot, V., Rikkinen, J. & Schmidt, A. R. 2013. Why do we have amber forests? Using modern studies to attempt to understand the relationship between resin production and amber deposits. In: Rascher, J., Rappsilber, I. & Wimmer, R. (eds) Bitterfelder Bernstein und andere fossile Harze aus Mitteldeutschland. III. Bitterfelder Bernsteinkolloquium, May 23–25, 2013 in Bitterfeld-Wolfen. Exkursionsführer und Veröffentlichungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften 249, 64–67.


Seyfullah, L. J., Beimforde, C., Perrichot, V., Rikkinen, J. & Schmidt, A. R. 2012. The what and why of amber: attempting to understand the relationship between resin production and amber deposits. Centenary meeting of the Paläontologische Gesellschaft, Berlin, September 2012. Terra Nostra abstract vol. p. 166.


Seyfullah, L. J. 2011. Seed ferns and their role in seed plant evolution. June 2011. Botanical Sciences Department, Bochum, Germany.


Keynote: Seyfullah, L. J. 2010. The continuing position of pteridosperms as the backbone to seed plant evolution, Botany 2010, (Botanical Society of America) Rhode Island, USA. July 2010. Abstract vol. p. 14.


Seyfullah, L. J., Hilton, J. & Galtier, J. 2008. Callistophytalean pteridosperms from China. Botany 2008 (Botanical Society of America), Vancouver, Canada July 2008. Abstract vol. p. 66.


Seyfullah, L. J., Hilton, J. & Sutton, M. D. 2006. A problematic permineralised ovule of from the Upper Permian of China. A life of ferns and seed ferns conference, Montpellier, April 2006. Abstract vol. p. 22-23.





Other presentations:



Seyfullah, L. J., Beimforde, C., Perrichot, V., Rikkinen, J. & Schmidt, A. R. 2013. Southern hemisphere forests shedding light on reasons for amber accumulations. VII Southern Connection Congress, New Zealand, Jan. 2013. Abstract vol. p. 116.


Beimforde, C., Feldberg, K., Tuovila, H., Rikkinen, J., Gube, M., Seyfullah, L. J., Dörfelt, H., Reitner, J. & Schmidt, A. R. 2013. The potential of fossils preserved in amber for calibrating the molecular clock: An estimation of the Phanerozoic history of the Ascomycota. VII Southern Connection Congress, New Zealand, Jan. 2013. Abstract vol. p. 9.


Seyfullah, L. J., Beimforde, C., Perrichot, V., Rikkinen, J. & Schmidt, A. R. 2012. Understanding amber deposits through modern resin studies. Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting, Dublin, Dec. 2012. Palaeontological Association Newsletter, No. 81, p. 49.


Seyfullah, L. J., Beimforde, C., Perrichot, V., Rikkinen, J. & Schmidt, A. R. 2012. Sticky moments – understanding amber preservation through modern resin studies. Linnean Society Palaeobotany specialist group meeting. Oct. 2012. Abstract vol. p. 6.


Seyfullah, L. J., Beimforde, C., Perrichot, V., Rikkinen, J. & Schmidt, A. R. 2012. Resin production in Araucariaceae: enlightening amber deposition? International Organization of Paleobotany Congress, Tokyo, August 2012. Japanese Journal of Palynology. Vol. 58, p. 210.


Seyfullah, L. J. & Schmidt, A. R. 2012. High fidelity: evaluating amber as a medium for preserving unusual details. International Organization of Paleobotany Congress, Tokyo, August 2012. Japanese Journal of Palynology. Vol. 58, p. 210.


Seyfullah, L. J., Hilton, J. & Bateman, R. M. 2010. Reconstructing the Bilignea plant. 8th European Palaeobotany and Palynology Congress, Budapest. June 2010.


Seyfullah, L. J., Hilton, J. & Bateman, R. M. 2009. Putting Humpty together again: reconstructing the Bilignea plant. Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting, Birmingham, Dec. 2009. Palaeontological Association Newsletter, No. 72, p. 32.


Seyfullah, L. J. 2009. Geology, scorpions and plants: reinvestigating Jack Wills’ Triassic finds. Linnean Society Palaeobotany specialist group meeting. Oct. 2009. Abstract vol. p. 4.


Seyfullah, L. J., Hilton, J. & Bateman, R. M. 2008. Reconstructed Palaeozoic pteridosperms and their bearing on seed-plant relationships. IOPC Bonn, Germany Aug. 2008. Abstract vol. p. 255


Seyfullah, L. J., Hilton, J. & Bateman, R. M. 2008. Root of despair? Experimenting with outgroup selection in lignophyte phylogeny. Botany 2008 (Botanical Society of America), Vancouver, Canada July 2008. Abstract vol. p. 66.


Seyfullah, L. J., Hilton, J. & Sutton, M. D. 2007 (poster). Reconstructing seeds in 3D. Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting, Uppsala, Dec. 2007. Palaeontological Association Newsletter, No. 66. p. 93.


Seyfullah, L. J. 2006. Critically evaluating position of ovule attachment in basal seed plants. Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting, Sheffield Dec. 2006. Palaeontological Association Newsletter, No 63. p 36.


Seyfullah, L. J. 2006. Seed attachment in Palaeozoic pteridosperms. Linnean Society Palaeobotany specialist group meeting. Oct. 2006. Abstract vol. p. 13.


Seyfullah, L. J. & Hilton, J. 2006. Seed attachment in Palaeozoic pteridosperms. 7th European Paleobotany and Palynology Congress, Prague Sept. 2006. Abstract vol. p. 124.


Seyfullah, L. J. & Hilton, J. 2006. Halle’s seed ferns – just how many did he have? Linnean society Palaeobotany specialist group meeting 26 Oct 2006. Meeting volume, p. 2.


Seyfullah, L. J. 2006 (poster). Reinvestigating Halle’s pteridosperms. A life of ferns and seed ferns conference, Montpellier, April 2006. Abstract vol. p. 22-23.