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Sunday, June 25th

Sunday, June 25th
8:00 am to 5:00 pm · Sundance 3/Omni Hotel
Session WS01: Workshop: Introduction to Scientific Computing: A Crash Course
Presiding: Travis Joseph Lawrence, University of California, Merced
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WS01001June 25th 8:00 amIntroduction to Scientific Computing: A Crash Course
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Conference WideLawrence, Travis Joseph; Carper, Dana.Python
Linux
Scientific Computing

Monday, June 26th

Monday, June 26th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Sundance 3/Omni Hotel
Session SY1: Symposium: 4D Botany of the Anthropogenic Environment
Presiding: Rachel Meyer, University of California Los Angeles
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SY1001June 26th 8:00 amSpectral profiles of plants: Integrating multiple dimensions of biodiversity
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4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentSymposiumSchweiger, Anna K.; Cavender-Bares, Jeannine.Biodiversity
spectroscopy
plant function
SY1SUMJune 26th 8:00 am4D Botany of the Anthropogenic Environment
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4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentSymposiumMeyer, Rachel.
SY1002June 26th 8:30 amMetal transport into Bayou Trepagnier wetlands in Louisiana
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4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentSymposiumDEVALL, MARGARET S.pollution
baldcypress
metals
SY1003June 26th 9:00 amReconstructing plant communities using DNA metabarcoding
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4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentSymposiumNichols, Ruth; Heintzman, Pete; Wang, Yue; Newsom, Lee; Belmechari, Soumaya; Green, Edward; Vollmers, Christopher; Shapiro, Beth.DNA
Metabarcoding
Metagenomics
Barcoding
Plant community analysis
June 26th 9:30 amBreak
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4D Botany of the Anthropogenic Environment
SY1005June 26th 10:00 amInterlinked relationships among plants, subsistence-oriented communities and climate change
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4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentSymposiumSavo, Valentina; Lepofsky, Dana; Benner, Jordan; Kohfeld, Karen; Bailey, Joseph; Lertzman, Ken.climate change
Observations
Biodiversity
SY1006June 26th 10:30 amCreating silviculture systems for tropical forests in Mexico
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4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentSymposiumMendoza, Martin Alfonso; Negreros-Castillo, Patricia; Navarro-Martínez, Angélica; Mize, Carl W; Cámara Cabrales, Luisa.slash and burn
Salsh and burn and tropical silviculture
Maya
community forestry
SY1007June 26th 11:00 amAnts and plants with extrafloral nectaries in urban and natural landscapes of south Florida
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4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentSymposiumKOPTUR, SUZANNE; Jones, Ian M.; Diaz, Cecilia M..extrafloral nectar
ants
mutualism
Fabaceae
legume
native species
exotic
interactions
June 26th 11:30 amDiscussion
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4D Botany of the Anthropogenic Environment
Monday, June 26th
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · Sundance 3/Omni Hotel
Session 13: Contributed Papers: Biogeography
Presiding: James Benjamin Beck, Wichita State University; Elizabeth Salisbury Collins, George Mason University
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13001June 26th 1:30 pmInvestigating the Sierra Nevada-Rocky Mountain disjunction in Micranthes (Saxifragaceae) with a target enrichment approach
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BiogeographyPaperStubbs, Rebecca; Folk, Ryan; Soltis, Douglas E.; Cellinese, Nico.Micranthes
Saxifragaceae
Sierra Nevada
Rocky Mountains
phylogenomics
ecological niche modeling
13002June 26th 1:45 pmHistorical Biogeography of endemic seed plant genera in the Caribbean: did GAARlandia play a role?
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BiogeographyPaperNieto-Blazquez, Maria Esther; Antonelli, Alexandre; Roncal, Julissa.Antilles
Cenozoic
colonization
dispersal
island biogeography
West Indies
13003June 26th 2:00 pmStatistical Modeling of Areas of Endemism: a Markov Random Field approach
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BiogeographyPaperSalinas, Nelson R.; Wheeler, Ward C..areas of endemism
geographic distributions
Hidden Markov Random Fields
biogeography
13004June 26th 2:15 pmThe biogeography of the flora of arid central Australia: a preliminary study
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BiogeographyPaperJobson, Peter.Australia
arid
Proteaceae
Myrtaceae
Poaceae
Malvaceae
temperate origin
tropical origin
13005June 26th 2:30 pmDoes asexuality confer a short-term evolutionary advantage? The case of the widespread apomictic fern Myriopteris gracilis (Pteridaceae)
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BiogeographyPaperWickell, David A.; Windham, Michael D.; Beck, James Benjamin.asexual reproduction
Döpp-Manton sporogenesis
genotyping by sequencing
13006June 26th 2:45 pmComparative Floristic Studies of Georgian Sandhill Ecosystems Reveals a Dynamic Composition of Endemics and Generalists
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BiogeographyPaperLong, Jim; Schenk, John J..species composition
biogeography
Ecology
endangered
endemic
floristic
Plant community analysis
June 26th 3:00 pmBreak
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Biogeography
13008June 26th 3:45 pm
Canceled
The aquatic macrophytes of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks: Floristic diversity and distribution patterns associated with water chemistry
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BiogeographyPaperHellquist, C. Eric; Hellquist, C. Barre; Anderson, Heidi.Aquatic plants
Potamogetonaceae
Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Water chemistry
13009June 26th 4:00 pmUsing low-copy nuclear markers to study the phylogeography of Neotropical Palo Santo trees in the Galápagos (Bursera graveolens; Burseraceae)
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BiogeographyPaperCollins, Elizabeth Salisbury; Weeks, Andrea.Burseraceae
low-copy nuclear genes
population genetics
phylogeography
Galapagos
Dry forest
13010June 26th 4:15 pmInvasions and migrations: A comprehensive evaluation of the implications of climate change on the native and introduced ranges of Asteraceae species
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BiogeographyPaperPark, Daniel; Davis, Charles.Asteraceae
climate change
ecological niche modeling
dispersal
niche shift
species distribution modeling
invasive species
13011June 26th 4:30 pmPredicting phenotypic and genotypic response of the dominant prairie grass Andropogon gerardii to climate in Central US Grasslands
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BiogeographyPaperAlsdurf, Jacob; Johnson, Loretta C.; Galliart, Matt; Knapp, Mary; Smith, Adam.intraspecific
phenotype
species distribution modeling
genotype
climate change
Andropogon gerardii
13012June 26th 4:45 pmGeographical relationships and comparative analysis of three natural floras in South Texas
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BiogeographyPaperSaghatelyan, Anna.Texas
floristics
geographical connections
Tamaulipas
13013June 26th 5:00 pmHistorical biogeography and environmental niche evolution in Datureae (Solanaceae)
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BiogeographyPaperDupin, Julia; Smith, Stacey.Datureae
Solanaceae
biogeography
niche shift
13014June 26th 5:15 pmCan we be defined by our niche? Using ecological niche modeling to differentiate taxa of the wild hyacinth (Camassia spp.) in the eastern United States
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BiogeographyPaperMerritt, Ben; Yadav, Sunita; Culley, Theresa M; Whitsell, Theo; Kephart, Susan R.Camassia
ecological niche modeling (ENM)
integrative taxonomy
ensembles of small models (ESM)
GIS

Tuesday, June 27th

Tuesday, June 27th
8:00 am to 9:45 am · Sundance 3/Omni Hotel
Session 17: Contributed Papers: Paleozoic and Mesozoic paleobotany
Presiding: Anne-Laure Decombeix, CNRS
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17001June 27th 8:00 amBipolar or not that’s the question: earliest spermatophyte growth habit into question
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PaleobotanyPaperPrestianni, Cyrille; Decombeix, Anne-Laure.Devonian
Spermatophytes
Bipolar
Carboniferous
Lignophytes
17002June 27th 8:15 amOne Cone, Two Genders: A bisexual cordaitean from the Late Pennsylvanian of Iowa
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PaleobotanyPaperRaymond, Anne; Costanza, Suzanne.bisexual Cordaitean cone
Late Pennsylvanian
gnetalean
phylogeny
evolution
17003June 27th 8:30 amWhat is the functional significance of the unusual cambial development in Vertebraria (Glossopteridales) roots? Some geometrical and mechanical clues
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PaleobotanyPaperDecombeix, Anne-Laure; Rowe, Nick P; Serbet, Rudolph; Taylor, Edith L.Permian
Glossopteridales
Antarctica
anatomy
root
development
17004June 27th 8:45 amIsotopic characterization of plant-fungus interactions in modern and fossil woods
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PaleobotanyPaperGulbranson, Erik L; Harper, Carla J.isotopes
fossil fungi
wood decay
Permian
Triassic
Antarctica
17005June 27th 9:00 amCyacas-like seeds in the Bajocian Stage of the Middle Jurassic
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PaleobotanyPaperRothwell, Gar; Stockey, Ruth; Stevenson, Dennis.Cycad seed
Cycadaceae
fossil
Jurassic
Haida Gwaii, Canada
17006June 27th 9:15 amNew whole plant reconstructions from Patagonia shed light on the biology, phylogeny, and biogeography of the conifer family Cheirolepidiaceae
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PaleobotanyPaperESCAPA, IGNACIO HERNAN; Leslie, Andrew B.Jurassic
Cheirolepidiaceae
Pararaucaria
conifers
Patagonia
17007June 27th 9:30 amAn integration of fossils, phylogeny, and disparity: Reconstructing the Cretaceous radiation of Cornales
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PaleobotanyPaperAtkinson, Brian A.phylogenetics
Morphological disparity
Cretaceous
Morphospace
Fossils
Tuesday, June 27th
10:15 am to 12:00 pm · Sundance 3/Omni Hotel
Session 25: Contributed Papers: Cretaceous/Cenozoic/collections paleobotany
Presiding: Anne-Laure Decombeix, CNRS
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25001June 27th 10:15 amLeaf and inflorescence evidence for near-basal Araceae in the latest Albian (mid-Cretaceous) of Spain
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PaleobotanyPaperSender, Luis Miguel; Doyle, James A.; Upchurch, Jr., Garland; Villanueva-Amadoz, Uxue; Diez, Jose Bienve.angiosperms
Monocots
Araceae
Cretaceous
Paleobotany
phylogeny
25002June 27th 10:30 amElucidating foliar features for identifying Urticaceae in the fossil record
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PaleobotanyPaperNYANDWI, ALPHONSE; DEVORE, MELANIE; PIGG, KATHLEEN.
25003June 27th 10:45 amA new Upper Cretaceous araucarian seed cone from the Brannen Lake locality (Campanian) of Vancouver Island, British Columbia
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PaleobotanyPaperStockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar.Araucaria
Cretaceous
fossil
seed cone
conifer
25004June 27th 11:00 amA New Densely Armored Ericalean Floral Taxon from the Turonian of New Jersey USA
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PaleobotanyPaperCrepet, William Louis; Weeks, Andrea; NIXON, KEVIN C..Cretaceous
armour
Ericales
Fossil flowers
25005June 27th 11:15 amExtinct anacardiaceous samaras and sumac-like leaves from the Eocene of western North America
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PaleobotanyPaperManchester, Steven R.Green River Formation
Paleobotany
fossil
Anacardiaceae
samaroid fruit
25006June 27th 11:30 amForest to desert or forest to forest: how the character of climate change affects lineage survivorship in the context of dispersal adaptations
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PaleobotanyPaperSimpson, Andrew G.; Axsmith, Brian J..
25007June 27th 11:45 amUniversity of Kansas paleobotany collections: An inventory of geological and paleobotanical diversity
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PaleobotanyPaperSerbet, Rudolph; Taylor, Edith L.collections
Paleobotany
Kansas
fossil plants
Antarctica
Tuesday, June 27th
4:30 pm to 6:00 pm · Sundance 3/Omni Hotel
Session R5: Reception: Kaplan Reception
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June 27th 4:30 pmKaplan Reception
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Kaplan Memorial Lecture - Dan Chitwood

Wednesday, June 28th

Wednesday, June 28th
8:30 am to 11:30 am · Sundance 3/Omni Hotel
Session CO3: Colloquium: Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seaway
Presiding: Lisa Boucher, University Of Texas At Austin; Dori L. Contreras, University of California Berkeley
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CO3001June 28th 8:30 amFossil woods and the evolution of angiosperm body size
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayColloquiumJud, Nathan A; D’Emic, M. D.; Williams, S. A.; Mathews, J. C.; Tremaine, K. M.; Bhattacharya, J..Cretaceous
Turonian
Angiosperm woods
fossil wood
anatomy
Laramidia
CO3SUMJune 28th 8:30 amCampanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seaway
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayColloquiumContreras, Dori L.; Boucher, Lisa.
CO3002June 28th 8:45 amClimate and vegetation of southern Laramidia: A paleobotanical reconstruction for the upper Campanian Jose Creek Member, McRae Formation, south-central New Mexico
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayColloquiumUpchurch, Jr., Garland; Parrott, Joan; Estrada-Ruiz, Emilio; Contreras, Dori L..Laramidia
Paleobotany
Paleoclimate
CO3003June 28th 9:00 amThe Angiosperm Wood Flora of the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) McRae Formation, South-Central New Mexico: Diversity and Significance
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayColloquiumParrott, Joan; Upchurch, Jr., Garland.Angiosperm woods
CO3004June 28th 9:15 amInsect Herbivory of the Kaiparowits Formation Flora, Late Cretacous (Campanian) of Utah
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayColloquiumMaccracken, Sarah Augusta; Miller, Ian M.; Mitter, Charles; Labandeira, Conrad C..herbivory
plant-insect associations
Kaiparowits
insect damage
Campanian
CO3005June 28th 9:30 amThe late Campanian Jose Creek flora from New Mexico, a window into forest structure during the rise of angiosperms
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayColloquiumContreras, Dori L.; Looy, Cindy; Upchurch, Jr., Garland; Mack, Greg.Campanian
Cretaceous
Flora
leaf macrofossil
New Mexico
June 28th 9:45 amBreak
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seaway
CO3007June 28th 10:15 amReconstructing a Late Cretaceous woodland flora from southern Laramidia using fossil leaves and wood
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayColloquiumBoucher, Lisa.Cretaceous
Campanian
paleoecology
fossil wood
leaf macrofossil
landscape heterogeneity
New Mexico
Laramidia
Fruitland Formation
Kirtland Formation
CO3008June 28th 10:30 amLate Cretaceous angiosperm woods from McRae Formation, south-central New Mexico, USA: Part II
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayColloquiumEstrada-Ruiz, Emilio; Upchurch, Jr., Garland; Wheeler, Elisabeth; Mack, Greg.Angiosperm woods
Cretaceous
fossil wood
McRae Formation
New Mexico
CO3009June 28th 10:45 amPaleoenvironmental insights into a Maastrichtian coniferous coastal ecosystem on the western margin of the Western Interior Seaway of North America
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayColloquiumMatsunaga, Kelly K.S.; Smith, Selena; Sheldon, Nathan.Cretaceous
carbon isotope
fossil
conifer
western interior seaway
paleoenvironment
CO2
CO3010June 28th 11:00 amLate Cretaceous Wood Assemblages of Big Bend National Park, Texas
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayColloquiumWheeler, Elisabeth; Lehman, Tom.secondary xylem
fossil wood
June 28th 11:15 amDiscussion
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Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seaway
Wednesday, June 28th
1:30 pm to 5:15 pm · Sundance 3/Omni Hotel
Session SY7: Symposium: The Role of Boundaries in Plant Diversification - with Presentation of Pelton Award to Dr. Shirley Tucker
Presiding: Chelsea Specht, University Of California Berkeley; Madelaine Bartlett, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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June 28th 1:30 pmIntroduction - Dr. Shirley Tucker will be honored at the beginning of this Symposium with the Pelton Award in recognition of her sustained and creative contributions in plant morphology.
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant Diversification
SY7SUMJune 28th 1:30 pmThe Role of Boundaries in Plant Diversification
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationSymposiumBartlett, Madelaine; Specht, Chelsea.
SY7002June 28th 1:45 pmTectonic, Climatic, and Mass Extinction Boundaries and the Paleo-Patagonian Diaspora Flora of Australasia, Southeast Asia, and the Neotropics
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationSymposiumWILF, PETER.Patagonia
Gondwana
biogeography
Asia
Podocarpaceae
Paleoclimate
leaf physiology
Niche conservatism
Rainforests
Cenozoic
Paleobotany
SY7003June 28th 2:15 pmBoundaries between organs and organ identities in floral development and evolution
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationSymposiumBartlett, Madelaine.flower development
Evo-devo
MADS-box genes
PISTILLATA
organ identity
floral evolution
Poaceae
SY7004June 28th 2:45 pmEvolutionary divergence between annual and perennial life history strategies
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationSymposiumFriedman, Jannice.
June 28th 3:15 pmBreak
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant Diversification
SY7006June 28th 3:45 pmConstraining branch meristem determinacy in the grasses: boundaries as novel signaling centers
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationSymposiumWhipple, Clinton; Thayer, Rachel; Guo, Jinyan.maize
inflorescence
Evo-devo
grass
SY7007June 28th 4:15 pmInteractions across boundaries promote symbiotic modulation of plant phenotypes
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationSymposiumArnold, A. Elizabeth.Endophyte
Microbial
Ecology
SY7008June 28th 4:45 pmMolecular mechanisms that position the adaxial-abaxial boundary and drive the production of flat leaf morphology
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationSymposiumHusbands, Aman; Skopelitis, Damianos; Timmermans, Marja.development
transcription factors
small RNAs
lipid-regulation

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