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Sunday, July 22nd

Sunday, July 22nd
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm · 104/Mayo Civic Center
Session W08: Workshop: Using the Cornell University Plant Anatomy Collection (CUPAC) and the Cornell University Paleobotanical Slide Collection (CUPC-slide Collection for teaching and research
Presiding: Maria A Gandolfo, Cornell University
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W08001July 22nd 1:00 pmUsing the Cornell University Plant Anatomy Collection (CUPAC) and the Cornell University Paleobotanical Slide Collection (CUPC-slide Collection for teaching and research
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Conference WideWorkshopNixon, Kevin C; Gandolfo, Maria A.Plant Anatomy
paleobotany
Slides
teaching
Research
Collection

Monday, July 23rd

Monday, July 23rd
8:00 am to 11:45 am · 104/Mayo Civic Center
Session 2: Contributed Papers: Ecology Section - Functional Traits and Responses
Presiding: Eric Morgan, ; Carol Goodwillie, East Carolina University
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2001July 23rd 8:00 amDetermination of the level of trace metals using tree barks in automobile mechanic workshops at Ile-Ife, Nigeria
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EcologyPaperOdiwe, Anthony; Sikiru, Dauda K; Raimi , Idris.Atmospheric
Automobile
Pollutants
trace metals
tree bark
2002July 23rd 8:15 amUnderstanding the influences of cover crops and agrominerals as soil management alternatives in vineyard’s diversity
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EcologyPaperVanVolkenburg, Heather; Vasseur, Liette; Guinel, Frederique.Cover crops
Agrominerals
Soil Health
Functional diversity
2003July 23rd 8:30 amEffect of organic (animal manures) and inorganic (NPK chemical fertilizer) soil amendments on the phytochemical contents of Lycopersicon esculentum
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EcologyPaperOlowoyo, Joshua; Aina, Olawole Emmanuel; Amoo, Stephen; Mugivhisa, Liziwe.tomato
antioxidant
trace metals
organic
2004July 23rd 8:45 amThe impact of anthropogenic nitrogen and warming on plants and their associated organisms
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EcologyPaperSuper, Laura; Ye, Tong; Low, Caitlin; Tsai, Kyne; Simard, Suzanne.Nitrogen deposition
Climate change
Anthropogenic drivers
Tree seedlings
Microbes
Invertebrates
Soil food webs
Above- and below-ground ecology
2005July 23rd 9:00 amFire influences flowering phenology and reproduction in two tallgrass prairie forbs
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EcologyPaperRichardson, Lea; Wagenius, Stuart.phenology
fire
plant reproduction
2006July 23rd 9:15 amHerbivory Preferences Among Ecotypes of Big Bluestem (Andropogon gerardii)
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EcologyPaperPittenger, Madison; Maricle, Keri; Baer, Sara; Johnson, Loretta; Maricle, Brian.herbivory
ecotype
big bluestem
Andropogon gerardii
grasshopper
2007July 23rd 9:30 amFunctional trait analysis of a plant community response to long-term fertilization
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EcologyPaperTate, Emily; Goodwillie, Carol.functional traits
fertilization
community ecology
Wetland
July 23rd 9:45 amBreak
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Ecology
2009July 23rd 10:15 amClimate warming stimulates germination and initial biomass production by seedlings of two invasive Ludwigia congeners
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EcologyPaperGillard, Morgane; Grewell, Brenda; Futrell, Caryn J.; Deleu, Carole; Thiebaut, Gabrielle.aquatic ecosystems
biodiversity
invasive plants
Ludwigia spp.
climate warming
plant reproduction
2010July 23rd 10:30 amPotential phenological shifts of first bloom dates in southern New York: using long-term phenology data to understand local effects of climate change
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EcologyPaperFeldsine, Natalie.phenology
spring ephemeral
climate
historical data
2011July 23rd 10:45 amNiche divergence in big bluestem grass ecotypes in response to experimental drought: Mechanisms of local adaptation
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EcologyPaperJohnson, Loretta; Reichelt, Rory; Nagel, Anna; Galliart, Matt.
2012July 23rd 11:00 amSpatial-temporal variation in the defence compounds of Thapsia garganica, and their inhibition to fungi
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EcologyPaperBarnes, Christopher.plant defense
plant-fungus interaction
Optimum defense model
Thapsia garganica
2013July 23rd 11:15 amThe structure, physiology and consequences of galls in Parkinsonia praecox in a semi-arid region
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EcologyPaperCocoletzi , Eliezer; Contreras-Varela, Ximena; García-Chavez, Juan; Fernandes, Geraldo; Aguirre, Armando.Fabaceae
fruit
pavement cells
gall plant
trichomes
water-content
2014July 23rd 11:30 amHow safe is organic farming in the face of persistent organic and inorganic pollutants in the environment
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EcologyPaperOlowoyo, Joshua; Mugivhisa, Liziwe.organic farming
Pollutants
Farmers
Human Health
Monday, July 23rd
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · 104/Mayo Civic Center
Session SY2: Symposium: Trail Blazing Women as botanical artists in the 19th and 20th century
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
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July 23rd 1:30 pmIntroduction
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Trail Blazing Women as botanical artists in the 19th and 20th century
SY2002July 23rd 1:45 pmA Painted Herbarium: The Life and Art of Emily Hitchcock Terry (1838-1921)
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Trail Blazing Women as botanical artists in the 19th and 20th centurySymposiumGarber, Marilyn A..
SY2003July 23rd 2:15 pmThe Garden of Eaton: Botanical Adventures of Mary Emily Eaton (1873-1961)
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Trail Blazing Women as botanical artists in the 19th and 20th centurySymposiumHolland, Susan.Botanical Art
England
Jamaica
WomeninNature
SY2004July 23rd 2:45 pmMargaret Mee and the Environmental Ethic in Contemporary Botanical Art
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Trail Blazing Women as botanical artists in the 19th and 20th centurySymposiumCaomhanach, Nuala; Holland, Susan; Jess, Robin; Woodin, Carol; Garber, Marilyn.Botanical Art
Scientific Illustration
Gender
Class
Women
Artisan
aesthetics
July 23rd 3:15 pmBreak
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Trail Blazing Women as botanical artists in the 19th and 20th century
SY2006July 23rd 3:45 pmAnne Ophelia Todd Dowden: Botanical Artist and Author
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Trail Blazing Women as botanical artists in the 19th and 20th centurySymposiumJess, Robin.Botanical Art
Women
dowden
SY2007July 23rd 4:15 pmTrail Blazing Women as botanical artists in the 19th and 20th century
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Trail Blazing Women as botanical artists in the 19th and 20th centurySymposiumCaomhanach, Nuala.Botanical Art
Scientific Illustration
Gender
Class
Women
Artisan
aesthetics
July 23rd 4:45 pmDiscussion
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Trail Blazing Women as botanical artists in the 19th and 20th century

Tuesday, July 24th

Tuesday, July 24th
8:00 am to 11:00 am · 104/Mayo Civic Center
Session 17: Contributed Papers: Contributed Papers: Education and Outreach I
Presiding: Kyra Krakos, Maryville University; Madhav Nepal, South Dakota State University
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July 24th 8:00 amIntroduction
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Education and Outreach
17002July 24th 8:15 amImmersive Learning Experiences And Rural Networking at South Dakota State University (iLEARN@SDSTATE): A Professional Development Program for Science/Agriculture Teachers
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Education and Outreach PaperNepal, Madhav; Andersen, Ethan; Bowning , Larry B.; Edwards, Laura; Miller, Matthew L.; White, P. Troy.Climate Change Science
Rural Networking
Teacher Shortage
Teaching Touchy Topic
Faculty-teacher collaboration
Speed dating model of scientist-teacher interaction
Professional Development for Teachers
Immersive Workshop
NIFA PD-STEP Program
17003July 24th 8:30 amShow me the way: Future faculty prefer directive feedback when trying active learning approaches
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Education and Outreach PaperStephens, Jessica; Battle , David; Gormally, Cara; Brickman, Peggy.Graduate student teaching training
17004July 24th 8:45 amWhat is working and what isn't while teaching high enrollment botany course to American students
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Education and Outreach PaperNepal, Madhav.Active Learning
Challenges
Rewards
Generation Y, X and Z
Instructional technology
Pedagogy progression
Teaching effectiveness
International perspectives
17005July 24th 9:00 amA Hands-on Approach to Teaching Online/Distance Education Non-Majors Botany Laboratory
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Education and Outreach PaperMontgomery, Benjamin.Science education
Distance education
Online education
non-majors botany
17006July 24th 9:15 am"Wait, plants have insides?" Leading an undergraduate plant anatomy class from basics to independent research in one semester
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Education and Outreach PaperWaselkov, Katherine.anatomy
teaching
Ecology
undergraduate research
17007July 24th 9:30 amThe New York City EcoFlora Project: Connecting Urban People and Nature
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Education and Outreach PaperBoom, Brian.urban flora
iNaturalist
July 24th 9:45 amBreak
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Education and Outreach
17009July 24th 10:15 amLights, camera, botany: The "Plants are Cool, Too!" YouTube series
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Education and Outreach PaperMartine, Christopher; Frederick, Paul; Kramer, Tim.scicomm
science communication
Outreach
video
education
STEM
media
teaching
17010July 24th 10:30 amTeaching the Tree of Life I: Using animated movie and projection to teach the tree
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Education and Outreach PaperSoltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela S.; Guralnick, Rob.animation
biodiversity
projection art
17011July 24th 10:45 amTeaching the Tree of Life II: Viewing an animated movie on the tree of life, TreeTender
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Education and Outreach PaperSoltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela S.; Guralnick, Rob.animation
biodiversity
Outreach
Tuesday, July 24th
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm · 104/Mayo Civic Center
Session M25: Meeting: BSA Teaching Section Business Meeting and Luncheon
Presiding: Madhav Nepal, South Dakota State University
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July 24th 12:00 pmBSA Teaching Section Business Meeting and Luncheon
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Education and Outreach
Tuesday, July 24th
1:30 pm to 3:00 pm · 104/Mayo Civic Center
Session 27: Contributed Papers: Contributed Papers: Education and Outreach II
Presiding: Kyra Krakos, Maryville University; Madhav Nepal, South Dakota State University
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27001July 24th 1:30 pmHow many critters can an island hold? Using digitized natural history collections to test real hypotheses about island biogeography
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Education and Outreach PaperKilgore, Jason Scott; Jordan, Carly; Krumm, Janice; Doan, Tiffany; Kaiser, Hinrich; Kim, Yungkul; Linton, Debra; Phillips, Molly; MONFILS , ANNA K; Ellwood, Libby.species diversity
digital data
analysis
spreadsheets
Arctos
teaching module
27002July 24th 1:45 pmNatural Collaborations: Natural History Collections and Interdisciplinary Learning Opportunities
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Education and Outreach PaperLink-Perez, Melanie; Marshall, Christopher; Konstantinidis, Peter; Baden, Evan; Pflugfelder, Ehren.herbarium
education
curriculum
Outreach
interdisciplinary
27003July 24th 2:00 pmProgress in Building a Biodiversity Program in Somaliland
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Education and Outreach PaperBarkworth, Mary; Awale, Ahmed Ibrahim; Gelle, Faisal Jama; Pickering, Helen; Warsame, Mohamud Ahmed.Somaliland
floristics
education
development
biodiversity
27004July 24th 2:15 pmTowards a Diverse 21st Century Workforce in Biodiversity Science: A Series of Workshops
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Education and Outreach PaperMONFILS , ANNA K; Ellwood, Elizabeth; Hogue, Gabriela; Nazaire, Mare; Phillips, Molly; Nelson, Gil.
27005July 24th 2:30 pmBotanyDepot – a new depository for free teaching resources for informal and formal botanical education
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Education and Outreach PaperStruwe, Lena.
27006July 24th 2:45 pmBuilding Standards and Developing Resources to Promote Biodiversity Literacy in Undergraduate Education (BLUE)
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Education and Outreach PaperMONFILS , ANNA K; Ellwood, Elizabeth; Douglas, Natalie; Linton, Debra; Phillips, Molly; White, Lisa.
Tuesday, July 24th
3:30 pm to 4:30 pm · 104/Mayo Civic Center
Session 33: Contributed Papers: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
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33BH001July 24th 3:30 pmJames Petiver (1665-1718): The Carolina Perspective
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Botanical HistoryPaperFlannery, Maura.James Petiver
Sloane Herbarium
Mark Catesby
Collecting in the Carolinas
33BH002July 24th 3:45 pmBarton’s College Botany at the University of Pennsylvania, 1805
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Botanical HistoryPaperSundberg, Marshall.botanical education
18th Century U.S.
Benjamin Smith Barton
33BH003July 24th 4:00 pm
Canceled
Sellow contributions to Mimosa genus in South America
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Botanical HistoryPaperSilveira , Fernanda Schmidt; Miotto, Silvia Teresinha Sfoggia . Plant collectors
 Sellow collections
Mimosa diversity
South America
33BH004July 24th 4:15 pmThe Kew Connection: The Lewis and Clark Herbarium and the fate of Pursh's Purloined Plants
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Botanical HistoryPaperMcCourt , Richard Matthew; Teisher, Jordan; Spamer, Earle E..Lewis and Clark
herbarium
Kew
19th Century Botanical Exploration

Wednesday, July 25th

Wednesday, July 25th
8:00 am to 11:00 am · 104/Mayo Civic Center
Session 35: Contributed Papers: Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe Interactions
Presiding: Austin Lynn, University of Missouri
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35001July 25th 8:00 amSoil and its Microorganisms: A case study for Sustainable Agriculture under Pakistan’s Climatic Change Conditions
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperIlyas, Noshin; Roomina, Mazhar.PGPR
Climate change
35002July 25th 8:15 amRhizosphere ecology: does rhizospheric saprotrophs require living roots for recalcitrant litter decomposition
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperMalik , Rondy J; Eissenstat, David M.Rhizosphere
Temperate trees
Saprotrophs
Decomposition
Coarse wood debris
35003July 25th 8:30 amDiversity and community structure of Ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with Pinus roxburghii and P. wallichiana across the western Himalayan forests of Pakistan
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperSaba, Malka.ECM fungi
nrDNA
Pinus roxburghii
P. wallichiana
Western Himalaya
35004July 25th 8:45 amCharacterizing the soil microbiome of two endangered orchids
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperRavelo, Andrea; Buback, Steven; Conant, Gavin; Pires, Joseph Chris.Orchids
Orchidaceae
Microbiome
Metagenomics
mycorrhizae
35005July 25th 9:00 amA putative resistance gene RESISTANCE TO Myzus persicae (RMP) is required for the plant defense against the green peach aphid
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperTwayana , Moon; Shah, Jyoti.RMP
RPW8
Arabidopsis thaliana
Green Peach Aphid
Antibiosis
35006July 25th 9:15 amDiscovering plant-pollinator networks in lowbush blueberry cultivation with pollen metabarcoding
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperSmith, Tyler; Wang, Song; Javorek, Steve; Grant, Matt; Cardinal, Sophie.metabarcoding
pollen
pollinators
agroecology
blueberry
35007July 25th 9:30 amCarnivorous plant syndromes: Suites of phenotypic traits associate with prey captured across the genus Sarracenia
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperStephens, Jessica; Determann, Ron; Kessler, Andre; Folkerts, Debbie; Raguso, Robert; Malmberg, Russell.pitcher plant
functional traits
insectivorous
July 25th 9:45 amBreak
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe Interactions
35009July 25th 10:15 amA Sticky Situation: selective pressure on pollen grain sculpture through differential pollen adherence
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperLynn, Austin; Piotter, Emelyn; Galen, Candace.pollination
Sexual Selection
exine
Asteraceae
stigma
35010July 25th 10:30 amThe Valley Oak Leaf and Bulk Soil ‘Parabiome’ are Partially Shaped by Host Genetics
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperMeyer, Rachel; DeVries, Amber; Wright, Jessica; Curd, Emily; Sork, Victoria; Wayne, Robert.Metagenomics
community ecology
eDNA
biodiversity
Microbiome
arthropods
endosymbionts
California
trees
35011July 25th 10:45 amA comparative study of the carnivorous pitcher plant microbiome reveals host influence and temporal effects
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperStephens, Jessica; Rogers, Willie; Determann, Ron; Malmberg, Russell.Sarracenia
Microbiome
pitcher plant
Wednesday, July 25th
11:00 am to 12:00 pm · 104/Mayo Civic Center
Session S6: Special Lecture: Annals of Botany Special Lecture
Presiding: Jeffrey Karron, University Of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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S6001July 25th 11:00 amLinking plant-pollinator interactions to pollen dispersal and siring success
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Annals of Botany Lecture - Jeffrey KarronSpecial AddressKarron, Jeffrey.
Wednesday, July 25th
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · 104/Mayo Civic Center
Session C13: Colloquium: Applications of Plant Genomics
Presiding: Caroline Puente-Lelievre, US Food and Drug Administration; Sara Handy, US Food and Drug Administration
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C13SUMJuly 25th 1:30 pmApplications of Plant Genomics
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Applications of Plant GenomicsColloquiumPuente-Lelievre, Caroline; Handy, Sara.Genomics
Crops
Bioinformatics
C13001July 25th 1:45 pmDevelopment of a Reference Standard Library of Chloroplast Genome Sequences, GenomeTrakrCP
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Applications of Plant GenomicsColloquiumHandy, Sara; Zhang, Ning; Ramachandran, Padmini; Wen, Jun; Ottesen, Andrea; Timme, Ruth.chloroplast
DNA-based methods
Genomics
C13002July 25th 2:00 pmUsing Chloroplast Genomes for Method Development in Food Safety
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Applications of Plant GenomicsColloquiumPuente-Lelievre, Caroline; Zhang, Ning; Handy, Sara; Eischeid, Anne.Chloroplast genome
Food safety
DNA-based methods
C13003July 25th 2:15 pmBiocomplexity of Herbal Supplements and DNA-based Authentication
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Applications of Plant GenomicsColloquiumBraukmann, Thomas; Ivanova, Natalia; Kuzmina, Maria; Borisenko, Alex; Zakharov, Evgeny.biocomplexity
NGS
herbal supplements
plant-fungus interaction
plant-plant interactions
C13004July 25th 2:30 pmTarget-enrichment NGS sequencing data provided full resolution for identifying medicinally important Korean Artemisia taxa
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Applications of Plant GenomicsColloquiumLim, Chae Eun; Park, Suhyeon; Lee, Byoung-Yoon; Kim, Sangtae.Artemisia
target enrichment
medicinal plant
genome-based marker
C13005July 25th 2:45 pmChloroplast phylogenomics of the New World grape species (Vitis, Vitaceae)
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Applications of Plant GenomicsColloquiumWen, Jun; Harris, AJ; Kalburgi, Yash; Zhang, Ning; Xu, Yuan; Zheng, Wei; Ickert-Bond, Stefanie; Johnson, Gabriel; Zimmer, Elizabeth.grape family
Vitaceae
Phylogenomics
Taxonomy
C13006July 25th 3:00 pmNorth American grapevines: diversity, diversification, and rootstock domestication
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Applications of Plant GenomicsColloquiumMiller, Allison; Londo, Jason; Harris, Zach; Kovacs, Laszlo; Klein, Laura; Ma, Qin; McDermaid, Adam; Migicovsky, Zoë; Kwasniewski, Misha.grapevine
Vitis
grafting
perennial crop
phylogeny
Crop wild relatives
July 25th 3:15 pmBreak
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Applications of Plant Genomics
C13008July 25th 3:45 pmComparative transcriptome profiling of dry and fleshy fruit development
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Applications of Plant GenomicsColloquiumRajewski, Alex; Maheepala, Dinusha; Henry, Ashley; Elkins, Kevan; Litt, Amy.fruit
tomato
tobacco
Evolution
Solanaceae
C13009July 25th 4:00 pmUsing ex-situ collections to disentangle a Cedrela - Toona sandwich
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Applications of Plant GenomicsColloquiumFinch, Kristen; Cronn, Richard.Cedrela
collections
herbarium specimens
De novo Transcriptome
botanical garden
Chloroplast genome
Genomics
Targeted Sequence Capture
Swientia mahagoni
Toona
Cedrela odorata
genotyping array
C13010July 25th 4:15 pmLessons from Cotton: Research Projects Following Development of a Community-Based Genotyping Array
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Applications of Plant GenomicsColloquiumHulse-Kemp, Amanda M.; Gomez, Francisco E. ; Yu, Jing; Main, Doreen; Scheffler, Jodi; Scheffler, Brian E. .genotyping array
snps
cotton
Leaf shape
Genomics
Breeding system

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