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Bateman, R. M.1989 A new phylogenetically-significant plexus of pseudoherbaceous Palaeozoic lycopsids. Amer. J. Bot.Suppl. 76(6): 158–159
Bateman, R. M.1990 The relationship between formal and informal nomenclature and phylogeny in higher taxa: a pedant's perspective on the lycopsids Taxon39(4): 624–629
Bateman, R. M.1990 Palaeobiological and phylogenetic implications of reconstructed Archaeocalamites from the Mississippian of southern Scotland Amer. J. Bot.77(Suppl. 6): 209–210
Bateman, R. M.1991 Palaeoecology. In: C. J. Cleal (editor) Plant Fossils in Geological Investigation: The PalaeozoicPp. 34–116
Bateman, R. M.1991 Palaeobiological and phylogenetic implications of anatomically-preserved Archaeocalamites from the Dinantian of Oxroad Bay and Loch Humphrey Burn, southern Scotland PalaeontographicaB 223: 1–59
Bateman, R. M., J. Hilton & P.J. Rudall2006 Morphological and molecular phylogenetic context of the angiosperms: contrasting the ‘top-down’ and ‘bottom-up’ approaches used to infer the likely characteristics of the first flowers J. Exp. Bot.57(13): 3471–3503
Bateman, R. M., M. W. Chase, I. M. Denholm, M. F. Fay, B. C. M. Hedrén, H. A. Pedersen & B. Sayers2010 (1939) Proposal to conserve the name Orchis occidentalis against O. kerryensis (Orchidaceae) Taxon59(3): 977–978
Hilton, J. & R. M. Bateman2006 Pteridosperms are the backbone of seed-plant phylogeny J. Torrey Bot. Soc.133(1): 119–168
Pedersen, H. A., B. C. M. Hedrén & R. M. Bateman2003 (1600) Proposal to conserve the name Orchis majalis against O. elata, O. vestita, O. sesquipedalis (Dactylorhiza: Orchidinae: Orchidaceae) Taxon52(3): 633–634
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