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630Large flowers, big secrets: unravelling the biological mysteries of Philippine RafflesiaQuestioning Species and Species Complexes: A Colloquium in Honor of Dr. R. James HickeyBarcelona , Julie Fenete; Nickrent, Daniel; Pelser, Pieter.Philippine Rafflesia
Rafflesiaceae
Tetrastigma
conservation
parasitic plant
Host specificity
population genetics
Rafflesia speciosa
Rafflesia lagascae
reproductive biology
117Late Cretaceous heterosporous water ferns from Patagonia: assessing heterochrony and monomegasporyPaleobotanyDe Benedetti, Facundo; Zamaloa, Maria Del Carmen; Gandolfo, Maria; Gandolfo, Maria; Cuneo, Nestor.water ferns
heterochrony
fossil
megaspores
Late Cretaceous
Patagonia
98Leaf-Branch Complex: the Common Bau-Plan for Reproductive Organs of Land PlantsAnatomy and MorphologyWang, Xin.land plants
reproductive organ
evolution
bau-plan
fossil
flower
289Leaf and leaflet morphology in the CycadalesAnatomy and MorphologyStevenson, Dennis.cycads
spines
prickles
cataphylls
stipules
942Leaf and wood xylem traits along an extreme heat to frost tolerance spectrum in Fremont cottonwoodEcophysiologyKoepke, Dan; Blasini, Davis; Grady, Kevin; Hultine, Kevin.Populus fremontii
xylem
local adaptation
hydraulic conductance
259LeafMachine: Using Machine Learning to Automate Phenotypic Trait Extraction from Herbarium VouchersBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationWeaver, William; Ng, Julienne; Laport, Robert.machine learning
convolutional neural networks
support vector machines
herbarium
herbarium specimen images
digitized herbarium data
morphology
422Learning floras, building gardens, implementing plant conservation: Legacies of Jim Hickey and Miami UniversityQuestioning Species and Species Complexes: A Colloquium in Honor of Dr. R. James HickeyFreid, Ethan.flora
Bahamas
Gardens
conservation
219Learning from dynamic traits: seasonal shifts inform the origin of ecophysiological trade-offs across scales from macroevolutionary to intra-individualThe evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?Mason, Chase; LaScaleia, Michael; Monroe, J. Grey; Goolsby, Eric.functional traits
Function-Valued Traits
macroevolution
ecophysiology
Plasticity
Intra-Individual Variation
Dynamic Traits
phylogenetic comparative methods
Cornus
525Leveling the playing field: Mammalian herbivores weaken selection for earlier emergence but not larger seeds in two California grassesEcologyWaterton, Joseph; Cleland, Elsa.Seed size
Emergence time
Competition
herbivory
Selection
512Lewis’s lost Lomatium found: Investigating species boundaries in the rare plant species subcomplex, Lomatium packardiae/anomalumPhylogenomicsOttenlips, Michael; Buerki, Sven; Mansfield, Don; Dodsworth, Steven; Forest, Felix; Smith, James.incomplete lineage sorting
Angiosperm 353
target-enrichment
810Lichens and allied fungi of Nunavut: establishing a baseline in a changing environmentBiogeographyMcMullin, Troy; Gillespie, Lynn; Saarela, Jeffery; Sokoloff, Paul.lichen
Arctic
biogeography
taxonomy
climate change
bioindicators
513Lichen species as element bioindicators of air pollution for southeastern United StatesBryology and LichenologyWill-Wolf, Susan; Jovan, Sarah.air pollution
element bioindication
Lichens
southeastern USA
764Life history affects seed size and first year root:shoot allocation in Glycine, Lupinus, Phaseolus, and Vigna (Fabaceae)Crops and Wild RelativesHerron, Sterling; Rubin, Matthew; Ciotir, Claudia; Van Tassel, David; Miller, Allison.life history
perennial agriculture
annual perennial
herbaceous perennial
perennial grain
legume
Fabaceae
Leguminosae
perennial plant
Perennial
sustainable agriculture
26Life without water: evolution and adaptation of xeric plantsLife without water: evolution and adaptation of xeric plantsHeyduk, Karolina; Grace, Olwen; McKain, Michael; McKain, Michael.evolution
drought
desert
ethnobotany
Physiology
628Light conditions during desiccation and rehydration impact the recovery of field-hardened moss shoots: effects of duration dry and light stress in Timmiella crassinervisBryology and LichenologyEbrahimi, Sotodeh.bryophytes
moss
desiccation tolerance
light stress
duration dry
Timmiella crassinervis 
952Light duration, quality, and intensity differentially affect developmental phenotypes in the model C4 grass, SetariaAnatomy and MorphologyLi, Qing; Hu, Hao; Mauro-Herrera, Margarita; Hodge, John; Wood, Chris; Doust, Andrew.Setaria
C4
photoperiod
light quality
R:FR
plant architecture
grasses
Poaceae
shade
587Light stress and cold effects on Arabidopsis ecotypes from diverse elevational and climactic originsEcophysiologyTsegaw, Asnake; Lorts, Claire; Lasky, Jesse.Elevation
Abiotic Stress
Antioxidant
207Liminal living: dispersal versus safe sites in a brackish tidal wetlandEcologyStickrod, Morgan; Parker, V. T..
439Linking local and formal knowledge to uncover the socioecological effects of an extreme eventEcologyArenas-Wong, Rafael A.; Bojórquez, Jesús A.; Martínez-Yrízar, Angelina; Robles-Morua, Agustín; Álvarez-Yépiz, Juan C..Extreme climatic events
Formal ecological knowledge
Local ecological knowledge
Socioecology
Tropical dry forest
120Liquidambar-like infructescences from the Upper Cretaceous (Coniacian) Eden Main Quarry, Vancouver Island, British ColumbiaPaleobotanyScharfstein, Alex; Stockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar.Liquidambar
Cretaceous
permineralized
infructescence
Altingiaceae
673Little Mountains, Big Implications: Alpine Mircorefugia in the Northeastern United StatesDynamics and Demography of Alpine IslandsMcDonough MacKenzie, Caitlin; Miller-Rushing, Abraham; Gill, Jacquelyn.National Park
phenology
Paleoecology
microrefugia
Alpine
Maine
972Local adaptation in herbaceous perennials of the Southeastern Coastal PlainPopulation Genetics/GenomicsJoines, Jason Paul; Cooper, Elizabeth A.; DeWalt, Saara J.; Walker, Joan L..local adaptation
landscape genomics
276Local and regional seed movement in a wind-dispersed plant speciesEcological factors that drive patterns of population genetic structure in plantsHendrickson, Elizabeth; Cruzan, Mitchell; Thompson, Pamela.anemochory
Asteraceae
Landscape genetics
morphology
wind modelling
302Local Seeds, Less Problems?: An Analysis of the Variability within Seed Sourcing Zones Collected by the Bureau of Land ManagementConservation BiologySchumacher, Emily; Franklin, Scott; McGlaughlin, Mitchell.Seeds of Success
Seed zones
Microsatellites
Sagebrush restoration
129Long-distance dispersal and geographical range expansions of the polyploid lineages in Deparia ferns (Athyriaceae; Polypodiales)Reticulate evolution and biogeography in ferns and lycophytes - a colloquium honoring Dr. David BarringtonKuo, Li-Yaung.Polyploid
Deparia
Apomixis
fern
dispersal
599Long-readsequencing and lichen genomesBryology and LichenologyAllen, Jessica.genomics
656Long-term monitoring of vegetation plots and Echinacea laevigata populations at Picture Creek Diabase Barrens (Granville Co., NC)EcologySzakacs, Alexandria; Krings, Alexander.Echinacea laevigata
vegetation plots
conservation and restoration
community ecology
vegetation change
1048Long live the census: the (floristic) census is deadBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationHaughland, Diane L.; Crisfield, Varina; Huggard, David; Dennett, Jacqueline; Nielsen, Scott.plant survey
detectability
observer effects
survey design
Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute
monitoring
1028Look who just moved in next door!: Understanding geographical patterns in Neotropical Ruellia (Acanthaceae)BiogeographyRose, Jeff; Tripp, Erin.Ruellia
Acanthaceae
sympatry
neotropics
404Lost and Found: Return of the inverted repeat in the legume clade defined by its absenceComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsRuhlman , Tracey A; Choi, In-Su; Jansen, Robert.plastome
recombination
inverted repeat

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