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At the Intersection of Applied and Academic Botany: Fertile Ground for an Interdisciplinary Botanical Renaissance

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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
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
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
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
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
460Extinction, Resurrection, And Ever-Expanding Projects To Help Set Conservation PrioritiesAt the Intersection of Applied and Academic Botany: Fertile Ground for an Interdisciplinary Botanical RenaissanceKnapp , Wesley .extinction
conservation
endemism
Natural Heritage
Resurrection
Prioritization 
ex situ
Collaboration 
732Interisland, interagency partnerships empower Hawai‘i as a global leader in seed conservation researchAt the Intersection of Applied and Academic Botany: Fertile Ground for an Interdisciplinary Botanical RenaissanceChau, Marian; Chambers, Timothy; Weisenberger, Lauren; Keir, Matthew; Kroessig, Timothy ; Wolkis, Dustin; Kam, Roy; Yoshinaga, Alvin.partnerships
conservation
Hawaii
Seed Bank
seed germination
ex situ
Campanulaceae
Rubiaceae

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