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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
839Water storage in succulent plants and its value as a resouce
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Life without water: evolution and adaptation of xeric plantsGrace, Olwen.hydrenchyma
Succulent
drought tolerance
xeric
climate change
bioresource
389Web-based modules for teaching flagellate plant morphology
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Education and Outreach Elkin, Lucy; Mansour, Isabel; Kollar, Leslie; Antonenko, Pavlo; Sessa, Emily; Davis, E. Christine.education
accessibility
plant blindness
interactive
active learning
morphology
660WeDigFLPlants—Innovative, place-based citizen science engagement to deepen public understanding of Florida's flora
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingMast, Austin.WeDigFLPlants
BIOSPEX
citizen science
education
outreach
herbaria
iDigBio
WeDigBio
1070What’s eating Catopsis berteroniana on Andros, Bahamas?
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EcologyKoptur, Suzanne; Gonsiska, Philip A..Bahamas
bromeliad
caterpillar
Catopsis
Dahana
herbivory
folivory
646What do we know about Mexican liverworts?
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Bryology and LichenologyGonzalez-Ramirez, Ixchel; Mishler, Brent.liverworts
Mexico
biodiversity
423What I learned about teaching Botany to Native American students
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Enhancing Scientist Diversity in Plant Biology Luncheon - Tom AntonioAntonio, Tom.
885What is the current extent of our systematic knowledge? A case study in synthesizing phylogenetic data in Orobanchaceae
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SystematicsMortimer, Sebastian; Tank, David.Large-Scale Phylogenetics
Orobanchaceae
supermatrix
580What is the genetic diversity of conspecific pollen carried by native bees to Echinacea angustifolia, a prairie perennial?
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Reproductive ProcessesStevens, Mia; Leventhal, Laura; Ison, Jennifer.pollination biology
Paternity analysis
Native bees
Echinacea
Pollinator effectiveness
Prairie Ecosystems
microsatellite
455What lies in the Dark: Cutting open Baptisia australis fruits in search of seed predators
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Conservation BiologyDavis, Jennifer; Moore, Cheyenne; McDonnell, Angela; Schuette, Scott; Martine, Christopher.Baptisia
Fabaceae
rare plant
conservation
natural history
Pennsylvania
Lepidoptera
seed predation
347When animal mutualists go bad: Repeated breakdown of a specialized pollination mutualism in leafflowers (Phyllanthaceae: Phyllanthus s. l.)
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsHembry, David; Luo, Shi-Xiao; Liu, Tingting; Wang, Ziwei; Wu, Youheng; Duarte, Jesse; Fowler, Joshua; Whiteman, Noah; Dlugosch, Katrina.mutualism
symbiosis
parasitism
Malpighiales
brood pollination
macroevolution
476Whole-tree water relations is correlated with exposure to Frost and/or heat waves in a dominant riparian tree species: Populus fremontii
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EcophysiologyBlasini, Davis.functional traits
Sap Flux
Leaf Thermoregulation
Populus Fremontii
203Who let the dogs out? A review of spontaneous transgenes in natural plant populations
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Crops and Wild RelativesEllstrand, Norman.gene flow
GMO
transgene
crop wild relatives
feral
herbicide tolerance
brassica
agrostis
Seed dispersal
pollen
genetic engineering
912Why be different? Trait differences reduce competition within and among species in Proteaceae communities in the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa
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EcologyNolting, Kristen; Nolting, Kristen; Holsinger, Kent.Proteaceae
biodiversity hotspot
Species coexistence
functional traits
535Why do coastal seeds fail? The potential for local adaptation of Northern red oak (Quercus rubra) in Minnesota’s coastal forests
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Population Genetics/GenomicsGomez Quijano, Maria Jose; Etterson, Julie; Gross, Briana.local adaptation
Quercus rubra
Quantitative genetics
population genetics
Sequence based genotyping 
798Why does geographic range size explain diversification rates variation amongst land plants?
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MacroevolutionCruz, Marilyn Vásquez; HERNANDEZ-HERNANDEZ, TANIA.geographic range
 land plants diversification
extent of occurrence
area of occupancy
geographic mode of speciation
780Wild grape germplasm and the future of grapevine cultivation: comparative approaches to assessing climatic tolerances in Vitis
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Crop Wild Relatives and Land Races: the Sky Islands of Southwest North American AgricultureForrestel, Elisabeth J; Walker, M Andrew; McElrone, Andrew J.Vitis
crop wild relatives
drought tolerance
grapevines
phylogenomics
germplasm
661Wild hops in the Arizona Sky Islands: Meiotic chromosomes and the structural variability of the Humulus lupulus species
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Crops and Wild RelativesEasterling, Katherine; Morcol, Taylan; Pitra, Nicholi; Aquino, Jenna; Lopes, Lauren; Matthews, Paul; Bass, Hank.
920Winter drought effects on Ratibida pinnata reproductive ecology
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EcologyWhaley, Shelby; Krakos, Kyra.Ratibida pinnata
reproductive biology
morphology
drought
ecology
820Within-host radiation and spatial turnover in brood pollinating moths of the tropical Asian leafflowers Phyllanthus microcarpus and P. reticulatus (Phyllanthaceae)
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Tropical BiologyLuo, Shi-Xiao; Wang, Ziwei; Wu, Youheng; Yao, Gang; Chen, Longlong; Nguyen, Thi Kim Thanh; Hembry, David.pollination biology
brood pollination
Turnover
specificity
cospeciation
Asian tropics
Phyllanthaceae

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