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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
1065Abiotic and Biotic Processes Underlying Cophylogeography in the Senita Cactus-Senita Moth Nursery Pollination MutualismEcological factors that drive patterns of population genetic structure in plantsNason, John.senita cactus
senita moth
mutualism
phylogeography
Pollination
genetic structure
414Accurate forest ecosystem projections from empirical decay models require long-term experimentsEcologyOberle, Brad; Lee, Marissa; Myers, Jonathan; Osazuwa-Peters, Oyomoare; Spasojevic, Marko; Walton, Maranda; Young, Darcy; Zanne, Amy.Wood decay
Carbon cycling
Forest
Bayesian
352Achieving Global Plant Conservation Goals Requires an Interdisciplinary RenaissanceAt the Intersection of Applied and Academic Botany: Fertile Ground for an Interdisciplinary Botanical RenaissanceKuebbing, Sara.climate change
invasive plants
Restoration 
conservation
partnership
outreach
science communication
428A Colloquium in Honor of Dr. R. James Hickey: the Development of a ScientistQuestioning Species and Species Complexes: A Colloquium in Honor of Dr. R. James HickeyVincent, Michael.Hickey
pteridology
Isoetes
Lycopodium
696A comparison of divergent pollination strategies in co-blooming Dalea (Fabaceae) speciesReproductive ProcessesZweck, Justin.Dalea
Fabaceae
Pollination
Generalist
Specialist
Self-Pollination
280A comparison of mid-elevation ciénega (wetland) plant communities in southern Arizona, U.S.AEcologyWolkis, Dustin; Salywon, Andrew .Arid
rare plants
Ciénega
Species Richness
Wetland
492A comparison of patterns of genetic structure in two co-occurring Agave species that differ in the patchiness of their geographical distributions and cultivation historiesEcological factors that drive patterns of population genetic structure in plantsEdwards, Christine; Lindsay, Denise; Swift, Joel; Lance, Richard.genetic structure
Agave
precolumbian cultivation
geographic species distribution
bat pollination
Sky islands
genetic diversity
589A Conservation Endowment for imperiled plants in FloridaConservation BiologyNegron-Ortiz, Vivian.Conservation Endowment 
rare plant conservation
Florida
929A dated molecular perspective of eucalypt evolutionSystematicsThornhill, Andrew.eucalypts
molecular dating
bamm
Myrtaceae
diversification
evolution
924A Digital Flora for Wheaton Regional Park, Montgomery County, MarylandBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationKoenemann, Daniel; Durand, Amber; Burke, Janelle.specimen digitization
Floristics
1031Advanced Imaging of the Genus Crambe , A Non-Model Orphan CropCrops and Wild RelativesPearl , Carson Howard; Vitale, Jessica; Abrahams, Richard; Pires, Joseph.Crambe
Brassicaceae
PlantCV
344Advances in Computational Methods for Phylogenetic Networks in the Presence of HybridizationSpecies delimitation in polyploid complexesNakhleh, Luay.phylogenetic network
hybridization
incomplete lineage sorting
multispecies coalescent
619Advances in cultivating the endangered Las Vegas Bearpoppy (Arctomecon californica)Bryology and LichenologyBailey, Lydia; Antoninka, Anita; Bowker, Matthew.
719Adventures with Citrus Germplasm; Opportunities and Challenges as the Curator of an Ex Situ Germplasm CollectionCrop Wild Relatives and Land Races: the Sky Islands of Southwest North American AgricultureKahn, Tracy.Citrus Germplasm
Citrus Under Protective Screen
226Aeroallergen of the Texas Panhandle, SEM and Fluorescence Microscopy, PM 2.5 and increased allergy cases and AHPCO NanotechnologyEcologyGhosh, Nabarun; Howard, Aubrey; Bennert, Jeff; Saadeh, Constantine; Vitale, Jay.Aeroallergen, PM 2.5, Allergy cases, Air Purifier
123A Fern WUSCHEL-Related Homeobox Gene Functions in both Gametophyte and Sporophyte GenerationsEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Youngstrom, Christopher; Geadelmann, Lander; Irish, Erin; Cheng, Chi-Lien.Ceratopteris richardii
gametophyte transformation
WOX genes
RNAi
ferns
529A Flora of the Chiquito Basin, Santa Ana Mountains, Peninsular Ranges of Southern CaliforniaFloristics & TaxonomyMcGowan, Harrison; Fisher, Amanda.California biodiversity
Chaparral
climate change
Coastal Mountains
Floristics
herbaria
public lands
341A flow-cytometry survey of Hedera in North AmericaSystematicsWhittemore, Alan.Hedera
Araliaceae
invasive plants
polyploidy
850A fully resolved backbone phylogeny reveals numerous dispersals and explosive diversifications throughout the history of AsteraceaePhylogenomicsMandel, Jennifer; Dikow, Rebecca; Siniscalchi, Carolina; Thapa, Ramhari; Watson, Linda; Funk, Vicki.Compositae
systematics
Sunflower
590A harbinger of good things to come in academic and non-academic partnerships: population genomics and conservation of Erigenia bulbosa (Apiaceae) in PennsylvaniaAt the Intersection of Applied and Academic Botany: Fertile Ground for an Interdisciplinary Botanical RenaissanceMcDonnell, Angela; Moore, Cheyenne; Schuette, Scott; Martine, Christopher.conservation
GBS
Population genetics/genomics
Apiaceae
Pennsylvania
1010A historical niche modeling approach to inferring hybridization in Woodsia scopulinaPteridologyZenzen, Ashley; Grusz, Amanda.Niche Modeling
LGM
hybridization
Pteridophytes 
713A history of Vines in the Andes, is Passiflora alnifolia one or 15 species?Systematicsacha, serena; Edwards, Christine; MacDougal, John.2b-RAD seq
Passiflora
Decaloba
Andes
520A large-scale test for purging of inbreeding depression in the common yellow monkeyflower, Mimulus guttatusPopulation Genetics/GenomicsKoelling, Vanessa; Newsum, Toshiro; Kelly, John.mating system
inbreeding
purging
monkeyflower
767A late Paleocene fruit and seed flora from the Fort Union Formation, Sand Draw, Wyoming, investigated by reflected light and x-ray tomographyPaleobotanyTiffney, Bruce; Manchester, Steven.Paleocene
fruits and seeds
582A learning experience: My first year as a Botany professorEducation and Outreach Allen, Sarah.plant taxonomy
introductory botany
economic botany
undergraduate teaching
botany education
plant blindness
1002Allelopathy as an evolutionarily stable strategyEcologyMcCoy, Rachel; Widhalm, Joshua; McNickle, Gordon.Allelopathy
ecology
game theory
648Alternative designs and tropical tree seedling growth performance landscapesEcologyWorthy, Samantha; Laughlin, Daniel; Zambrano, Jenny; Umaña, María; Zhang, Caicai; Lin, Luxiang; Cao, Min; Swenson, Nathan.Forest Ecology
Demographic Rate
Functional traits
Tropical Biology
974Ambrosia and Artemisia pollen can distinguish between vegetation types at broad spatial scalesPaleobotanyCarroll , Hannah M; Wanamaker, Alan D; Clark, Lynn; Wilsey, Brian.Paleoecology
prairie
ecotone
ecoregion
paleoclimate
464Analysis of genetic diversity and clarification of species boundaries of Echinomastus erectocentrus var. acunensis (Cactaceae) and close relativesPopulation Genetics/GenomicsWillis, Alison; Fehlberg, Shannon.population genetics
conservation
Endangered
species delimitation
Cactaceae
Echinomastus
144Analysis of Morphological and Genotypic Variation Among Populations of Lactuca hirsuta var. sanguineaConservation BiologyMurin, Paige; Ballou, Steven; Mandel, Jennifer.Lactuca
conservation
population genetics
Principle Components Analysis
hirsuta
781An Aptian angiosperm leaf mistaken for a cycad reveals an unexpected extinct line in the Early Cretaceous radiation of angiospermsPaleobotanyCoiro, Mario; Doyle, James; Upchurch, Garland; Martinez, Leandro.Angiosperms
Cretaceous
Argentina
Leaf evolution
Leaf anatomy
phylogeny
263Anatomical development of the ovules in CycadalesAnatomy and MorphologyZumajo, Cecilia; Frangos, Samantha; Stevenson, Dennis.Developmental morphology
Cycadales
anatomy
Ovules
Evolution of development
Seed development
109Anatomical studies of two Chilean Podocarpaceae species: insights to the seed cone and leaf morphological evolution of the familyAnatomy and MorphologyAndruchow Colombo, Ana; Aagesen, Lone; Pozner, Raul.Podocarpaceae
Patagonia
Saxegothaea
Lepidothamnus
South America
Seed cone anatomy
Leaf anatomy
Leaf evolution
Seed cone evolution
293Anatomy of a soapberry forest from the lower San Pedro, ArizonaBiogeographyMcNair, Daniel; Andresen, Celeste; Rocha, Dawn; Sakeva, Shanelle; Villarreal, Anthony; Tu'tsi, Trent; Powell, Chuck.soapberry
Sapindus saponaria L.
Sapindaceae
clonal forests
mesquite bosque
ethnobotany
traditional ecological knowledge
977Anchored Hybrid Enrichment yields insights into Salvia (Lamiaceae) PhylogenticsSystematicsDrew, Bryan; Kriebel, Ricardo; González-Gallegos, Jesús; Celep, Ferhat; Lemmon , Alan; Lemmon, Emily; Sytsma, Kenneth.Salvia
Lamiaceae
Anchored hybrid enrichment
377Ancient and ongoing evolutionary leaps in a large gene family with roles in development and defenseEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Man, Jarrett; Bartlett, Madelaine.evolution
phylogeny
Cellular signaling
development
970An early moniliformopsid from the Lower Devonian (Emsian) of Quebec, CanadaPaleobotanyLopez, Madeleine; Tomescu, Alexandru.fossil
Devonian
Canada
euphyllophyte
cladoxylopsid
Cladoxylopsida
Iridopteridales
Moniliformopses
379A New Mechanism of Delayed Self-Pollination that Provides Reproductive AssuranceReproductive ProcessesWang, Lingyan; Wang, Hanxi Hanxi ; Sheng, Lianxi; Chang, Shu-Mei ."twisting" movement of the corolla
delayed self-pollination
reproductive assurance
adaptive evolution
Iris laevigata
climate change
217A new phenological metric for use in pheno-climatic models: a case study using herbarium specimens of Streptanthus tortuosusBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationLove, Natalie; Park, Isaac; Mazer, Susan.
399A New Phylogeny and Biogeographic History Reconstruction for Coccoloba (Polygonaceae)BiogeographyKoenemann, Daniel; Burke, Janelle.biogeography
Coccoloba
phylogeny
maximum likelihood
Parsimony
Mesoamerica
Caribbean 
Brazil
450A new subspecies of Chenopodium (Amaranthaceae) restricted to the Hawaiian Island of Moloka‘iPacific BiogeographyCantley, Jason; Cantley, Jason; McDonnell, Angela; Harper, Stephanie; Branson, Jennifer; Kobara, Joseph; Luftman, Nathan; Martine, Christopher.Chenopodium
Hawaii
Pacific
new species
halophyte
Amaranthaceae
508A new type of Early Devonian wood-producing euphyllophyte from Gaspé (Canada)PaleobotanyPfeiler, Kelly; Tomescu, Alexandru.euphyllophyte
fossil
Devonian
secondary growth
wood
progymnosperm
286An exploration the vascular plants of Pine City Natural Area (Monroe Co., AR) and the Mississippi Alluvial PlainFloristics & TaxonomySoteropoulos, Diana; Marsico, Travis.flora
Natural Heritage Program
ecoregion bias
saline barren
flatwoods
943An integrated pipeline for ortholog discovery, bait design, and targeted capture data assembly and the development of a bait set for the CucurbitaceaePhylogenomicsOrtiz, Edgardo M.; Vargas, Oscar M; Schaefer, Hanno.Cucumis
Cucurbitaceae
targeted capture
target enrichment
nuclear genes
orthologs
plastome
marker selection
bait design
bioinformatics
pipeline
332An interactive key for winter identification of trees and shrubs in interior AlaskaEducation and Outreach Gabbitas, Robert; Webb, Campbell O.; Ickert-Bond, Stefanie.Interactive key
Flora of Alaska
winter bud ID
107A novel cotton WRKY-gene, GhWRKY6-like, improves salt tolerance by activating the ABA signalling pathway and scavenging of reactive oxygen speciesFunctional Genetics/GenomicsUllah, Abid; Xiyan, Yang.osmotic stress
WRKY
Abscisic acid
Reactive oxygen species
791Anther dehiscence time depends on anther morphology in Penstemon: implications for pollinationReproductive ProcessesRodriguez, Rosa; Wolfe, Andi; Kubatko, Laura.Anther dehiscence
Pollination
Penstemon
pollen thieves
pollen presentation theory
191Anti-allergic and antioxidant activities and Total Phenolics Content of Ya-Ta-KAE-KAN formulaEthnobotanyPHUAKLEE, PATHOMPONG; Dechayont, Bhanuz; CHUNTHORNG-ORN , JITPISUTE ; Itharat, Arunporn.Path
189anti-inflammatory activity of four leaves extracts in lipopolysaccharide-stimulated raw264.7 macrophagesEthnobotanyCHUNTHORNG-ORN , JITPISUTE .Anti-inflammation
358Antibacterial and Antioxidant Activity of Polyphenols Extracted from Four Species of Gymnopilus (Macro-fungi) Collected from the Wild in NigeriaEthnobotanyAdongbede, Erute; Williams, Leonard; Davis, Shuritta; Randolph, Priscilla.Nutraceuticals
antimicrobial
Free radicals
Polyphenols
Macrofungi
922Antibiotic Potential of Flathead Fungi and Flora: A Compilation of Undergraduate ResearchQuestioning Species and Species Complexes: A Colloquium in Honor of Dr. R. James HickeyMcCarthy, Mirabai R..Undergraduate mentoring 
STEM Education
Antibiotics
Field Work
384Antifungal effects of leaf Extracts of three Plant Species against  Colletotricum musae the Causal agent of  Anthracnose Postharvest Disease of Banana fruitSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsAdebola, Matthew Omoniyi; Ibrahim, Rashidat Ozohu.Anthracnose
Postharrvest
Colletotricum
Extract
Antifungal
187An Unusual Succulent in Southern Appalachian Forests: How Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum) Upsets the Paradigm of Thin Leaves for Understory Shade-Tolerant SpeciesEcophysiologyCole, Catherine; Neufeld, Howard.Understory
Succulent
S. ternatum
Appalachian
282A phylogenetic analysis of the eucalypts using targeted genesPhylogenomicsCrisp, Michael; Kulheim, Carsten; Toon, Alicia; Edwards, Robert; Lin, Yen-Po; Meuesemann, Karen; Bui, Minh; Cook, Lyn.illumina
genome
paralogy
Myrtaceae
Eucalyptus
classification
638A phylogenetic and morphological analysis of biogeography and dispersal mechanism evolution in Channel Islands endemic Malacothrix (Asteraceae)BiogeographyLujan, Theresa; Hasenstab-Lehman, Kristen; Baldwin, Bruce; Lee, Joongku; Guilliams, C. Matt; Guilliams, C. Matt.Malacothrix
phylogeny
morphology
biogeography
California Channel Islands
717A Phylogenetic Survey of Myrtaceae in the Greater AntillesSystematicsFlickinger, Jonathan A.; Jestrow, Brett; Oviedo Prieto, Ramona; Santiago-Valentín, Eugenio; Sustache-Sustache, Jose; Jiménez-Rodríguez, Francisco; Campbell, Keron; Commock, Tracy; Francisco-Ortega, Javier.Caribbean 
systematics
biodiversity hotspot
393A phylogenomic approach to decode contentious relationships across all angiosperm familiesPhylogenomicsPokorny, Lisa; Steven, Dodsworth; Johnson, Matthew; Maurin, Olivier; Epitawalage, Niroshini; Bellot, Sidonie; Botigué, Laura R.; Brewer, Grace; Chase, Mark; Cowan, Robyn; Eiserhardt, Wolf; de la Estrella, Manuel; Hidalgo, Oriane; Kersey, Paul; Kim, Jan; Larridon, Isabel; Murphy, Bruce; Pellicer, Jaume; de Vos, Jurriaan; Wickett, Norman; Leitch, Ilia; Forest, Felix; Baker, William.Angiosperms
phylogenomics
Hyb-Seq
target enrichment
Sequence Capture
Systematic Botany
Phylogenetic Conflict
581Applying environmental and genetic data to evaluate subspecies differentiation in Eastwood’s manzanita (Arctostaphylos glandulosa Eastw., Ericaceae)Ericaceae: Systematics, Ecology and EvolutionHuang, Yi; Huang, Yi; Morrison , Glen R; Saavedra, Natalie; Wahlert, Gregory; Stoughton, Thomas; Parker, V. T.; Keeley, John; Vasey, Michael; Sanders, Andrew; Litt, Amy.ddRAD-seq
subspecies
Landscape genetics
598A Preliminary Checklist of Lichens from Kamiak Butte County Park, Washington State, USABryology and Lichenology Chandler, Amanda; Sell, Emma; Allen, Jessica.Floristics
Grassland
conservation
613A preliminary study of Early Devonian pyrite permineralized stems  by Micro-CT scanningPaleobotanyGensel, Patricia; Smith, Selena.Micro-CT
Devonian
pyritized axes
904A RADseq Phylogeny of Barleria (Acanthaceae) Resolves Fine-Scale Relationships SystematicsComito, Robert; Darbyshire, Iain; McDade, Lucinda; Fisher, Amanda.Barleria
systematics
Acanthaceae
RADseq
ddRAdseq
Phylogenetics
Lamiales
255Arborescent lycopsid periderm production was limitedPaleobotanyDAntonio, Michael; DAntonio, Michael; DAntonio, Michael; Boyce, Charles.Arborescent lycopsid
anatomy
Periderm
Developmental biology
Structure
265Architecture matters: the evo-devo of agronomically important plant traitsEmerging Leader Lecture - Madelaine BartlettBartlett, Madelaine.
446Architecture matters: the evo-devo of agronomically important plant traitsEmerging Leader Lecture - Madelaine BartlettBartlett, Madelaine.
901A Reevaluation Of Tennessee’s Non-Native Plant Species Using Online Herbarium Specimen Data To Develop Maximum Entropy Species Distribution ModelsCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingAlley, Courtney; Shaw, Joey.maximum entropy
invasive plants
introduced species
SERNEC
Herbarium Specimens
118Are Restoration Seed Pools Evolving Under Commercial Propagation?Population Genetics/GenomicsPizza, Riley; Etterson, Julie; Espeland, Erin.Propagation 
domestication 
Restoration 
Wildflowers
152Are the pollen-like clumps of spores in Splachnaceae mosses an important visual signal in attracting spore-dispersing flies?Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsMarino, Paul; Piercey , Brandon.visual signaling
Splachnaceae mosses
pollen mimicry
396A Roadmap for Fern and Lycophyte Genome SequencingPteridologyLi, Fay-Wei; Petlewski, Alaina; Wickell, David; Kuo, Li-Yaung.ferns
Lycophytes
genome
Nanopore
Optical mapping
730Around the world in 30 million years: Phylogeny and biogeography of Tecomeae (Bignoniaceae)BiogeographyRagsac, Audrey; Fabre, Paige; Sarkinen, Tiina; Olmstead, Richard.Tecomeae
Bignoniaceae
phylogeny
biogeography
systematics
995A series of case studies to address misconceptions about the process of scienceEducation and Outreach Harley, Sue.Case Study
introductory botany
scientific method
319A South American fossil relative of Phyllocladus (Podocarpaceae), from the early Eocene of Laguna del Hunco, Patagonia, ArgentinaPaleobotanyAndruchow Colombo, Ana; Wilf, Peter; Escapa, Ignacio.Phyllocladus
Podocarpaceae
South America
Patagonia
Eocene
Laguna del Hunco
Cenozoic floras
825A spatial perspective on the antheridiogen system in wild populations of Cyathea multifloraPteridologyHarrington, Aidan; Watkins, James.fern
GIS
ecology
Antheridiogen
313Assemblage analysis of karst species in Southeast-Asia: is the colonization of karst a random process for ferns?Reticulate evolution and biogeography in ferns and lycophytes - a colloquium honoring Dr. David BarringtonBauret, Lucie; Schneider, Harald.Assemblage of species diversity
phylogeny
Southeast Asia
Karst
ferns
874Assembling the Embryophyte Form: the Evolution of StreptophytesGreen Land: Multiple Perspectives on Green Algal Evolution and the Earliest Land PlantsDelwiche, Charles.evolution
Embryophyte
Streptophyte algae
Transcriptomics
phylogeny
paleobotany
1020Assessing alpine vegetation community shifts in the Sierra Nevada of CaliforniaDynamics and Demography of Alpine IslandsPaolilli, Dena; Abelli-Amen, Ella; Grossenbacher, Dena.Alpine
global change ecology
Sierra Nevada
835Assessing Invasive Plant Management Using Understory Vegetation SurveysEcologyCollings, Jeremy; Dávalos, Andrea.Invase plant species
Earthworms
Forest management
biodiversity
241Assessing the conservation status of Baptisia australis var. australis in Pennsylvania through natural history and metapopulation lensesAt the Intersection of Applied and Academic Botany: Fertile Ground for an Interdisciplinary Botanical RenaissanceMoore, Cheyenne; McDonnell, Angela; Schuette, Scott; Martine, Christopher.Baptisia
Fabaceae
riparian
Natural Heritage Program
rare plant
conservation
population genetics
metapopulation
natural history
Pennsylvania
290Assignment of the Paraphyllanthoxylon-like wood from the Forest of Giants, McRae Formation of Late Cretaceous South-Central New Mexico, to a new fossil genus within KirkiaceaePaleobotanyParrott, Joan.
679A Study of the Breeding System of Plumeria (Apocynaceae)Reproductive ProcessesTiernan, Nichole M.; Tiernan, Nichole M.; Ocampo, Sofia; Dominguez, Alejandra.reproductive biology
endemic
self incompatibility
moth pollination
Caribbean Islands
279A Summation of the Impact of Glue and Other Materials in Herbaria ArchivalBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationHorton , Dasha Marika.curation
herbaria
adhesives
protocols
herbarium
archival 
637A Super-Matrix Approach to the Bignoniaceae PhylogenySystematicsOlmstead, Richard; Ragsac, Audrey; Gosney , Mason James.Phylogenetics
systematics
taxonomy
Bignoniaceae
super-matrix
biogeography
725Asymmetric introgressive hybridization in a peripheral population of Armeria pungens (Plumbaginaceae)Hybrids and HybridizationFeliner, Gonzalo N.; Alvarez, Ines; Heuertz, Myriam; Villa-Machío, Irene.introgressive hybridization
GBS
genomics
plastid capture
Armeria (Plumbaginaceae)
Iberian Peninsula
760A synthetic community approach to understanding the Poplar microbiomeSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsCarper, Dana; Weston, David J.; Jawdy, Sara S.; Burdick, Leah H.; Pelletier, Dale A. .Rhizosphere
Poplar
Microbiome
502A systematic review of secondary pollen presentation in angiosperms: shared morphological traits and pollination systemsMacroevolutionBenitez-Villaseñor, Adriana; Magallon, Susana; Marten, Silvana.Secondary pollen presentation
Pollination systems
flower morphology
1043A Tale of Scales: Correlates of Alberta Biocrust Cover and CompositionBryology and LichenologyHaughland, Diane L.; Akbarlou, Mousa; Carlyle, Cameron; Lewis, Megan; Azeria, Ermias.biological soil crust
temperate grassland
Selaginella densa
macrolichen
bryophytes
spatial scale
886A tale of two maidenhairs—variable frequencies of plastid RNA editing in AdiantumPteridologyFauskee, Blake; Sigel, Erin; Grusz, Amanda.RNA editing
genomics
Transcriptomics
bioinformatics
pteridology
620A third tricostate moss from the Lower Cretaceous of Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada)PaleobotanyTorres, Sirena A.; Stockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar; Tomescu, Alexandru.bryophytes
moss
fossil
anatomy
acrocarpous
Cretaceous
Canada
British Columbia
349A Tiffneycarpa-like fruit from the Eocene Appian Way Locality of Vancouver IslandPaleobotanyStockey, Ruth; Mindell, Randal; Beard, Graham .Eocene
Tiffneycarpa
Meliaceae
Melicarya
fruits
permineralized
37At the Intersection of Applied and Academic Botany: Fertile Ground for an Interdisciplinary Botanical RenaissanceAt the Intersection of Applied and Academic Botany: Fertile Ground for an Interdisciplinary Botanical RenaissanceSchuette, Scott; Martine, Christopher.Botany
collaboration
interdisciplinary research
botanical capacity
65Authors in the Driver’s Seat: Evaluating Phenotype Data Authoring ToolsConference WideCui, Hong; Reznicek, Anton.
768Automated visual analysis of Herbarium specimens for phenological data extractionThe Potential of Machine Learning for Plant BiologyMata-Montero, Erick; Mora-Fallas, Adan; Goëau, Hervé; Bonnet, Pierre; Joly, Alexis.deep learning
machine learning
convolutional neural network
herbarium data
natural history collections
64
Canceled
Automatic updating of phylogenies
Conference WideKandziora, Martha; Toscani Field, Jasper.Phylogenetics
workflow
automatic updating
257A vascular flora of Conglomerate Mesa and Malpais Mesa, Inyo County, CAFloristics & TaxonomyJesus, Maria.California
conservation
desert
Great Basin
Mojave
endemism
edaphic
flora
Floristics
limestone
plant geography
public lands
115A Vascular Flora of the Nopah Range, Inyo County, CaliforniaFloristics & TaxonomyMills, Carolyn.Floristics
rare plant conservation
Salvia
Agave
desert
mid-elevation sky islands
California
biodiversity
herbaria
inventory
421A Visual Guide and Morphometric Analysis of Leaf Shapes of Common Shrubs of the Santa Ana Mountains of Southern CaliforniaAnatomy and MorphologyTang, Keana; Fisher, Amanda.California
Chaparral
geometric morphometrics
herbarium specimen images
Leaf evolution
281A visual representation of New Caledonian Syzygium (Myrtaceae) to aid identificationSystematicsByng, James; Hequet, Vanessa; Xu, Jiawei; Snow, Neil.Visual key
Myrtaceae
New Caledonia
Leaf anatomy
Syzygium
824Axial variation of xylem conduits in giant cactiAnatomy and MorphologyMozzi, Giacomo; Hultine, Kevin; Anfodillo, Tommaso; Crivellaro, Alan.Cactaceae
xylem
anatomy

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