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Sunday, July 28th

Sunday, July 28th
11:00 am to 12:00 pm · Tucson F/Starr Pass
Session M07: Meeting: Human Diversity in Botany Committee Meeting
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July 28th 11:00 amHuman Diversity in Botany Committee Meeting
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BSA-Wide

Monday, July 29th

Monday, July 29th
8:15 am to 12:00 pm · Tucson F/Starr Pass
Session SYM1: Symposium: The Potential of Machine Learning for Plant Biology
Presiding: Pamela Soltis, Florida Museum of Natural History
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SYM1SUMJuly 29th 8:15 amThe Potential of Machine Learning for Plant Biology
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The Potential of Machine Learning for Plant BiologySymposiumSoltis, Pamela; Nelson, Gil.machine learning
deep learning
convolutional neural networks
herbarium specimen images
phenology
phenotyping
cyberinfrastructure
SYM1001July 29th 8:15 amIntroduction to Machine Learning in Plant Biology: Overview, Potential, Challenges
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The Potential of Machine Learning for Plant BiologySymposiumZare, Alina.machine learning
deep learning
SYM1002July 29th 8:45 amChallenges of plant species detection and identification by autonomous robot
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The Potential of Machine Learning for Plant BiologySymposiumBonnet, Pierre; Adan, Mora-Fallas; Mata-Montero, Erick; Hervé, Goëau; Alexis, Joly.deep learning
Instance detection
plant identification
Plant detection
Weed control
agricultural robot
SYM1003July 29th 9:15 amAutomated visual analysis of Herbarium specimens for phenological data extraction
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The Potential of Machine Learning for Plant BiologySymposiumMata-Montero, Erick; Mora-Fallas, Adan; Goëau, Hervé; Bonnet, Pierre; Joly, Alexis.deep learning
machine learning
convolutional neural network
herbarium data
natural history collections
July 29th 9:45 amBreak
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The Potential of Machine Learning for Plant Biology
SYM1005July 29th 10:15 amEvaluating geographic patterns of morphological disparity in ferns and lycophytes using deep neural networks
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The Potential of Machine Learning for Plant BiologySymposiumWhite, Alex; Trizna, Micheal; Frandsen, Paul; Dorr, Laurence; Dikow, Rebecca; Schuettpelz, Eric.machine learning
morphological disparity
biogeography
ferns
latitudinal diversity gradient
SYM1006July 29th 10:45 amMethods, New Software Tools, and Best Practices for Developing High-quality Training Data for Machine Learning-based Image Analysis in Biodiversity Research
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The Potential of Machine Learning for Plant BiologySymposiumStucky, Brian; Guralnick, Robert.machine learning
Computer vision
Image labeling
SYM1007July 29th 11:15 amHuman in the loop machine learning applications in high throughput plant stress phenotyping
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The Potential of Machine Learning for Plant BiologySymposiumSINGH, ARTI.phenotyping
deep learning
Monday, July 29th
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm · Tucson F/Starr Pass
Session W17: Workshop: National Science Foundation Information Session for faculty and other professionals
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W17001July 29th 12:00 pmNational Science Foundation Information Session for faculty and other professionals
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Conference WideWorkshopRepresentatives from, NSF.

Tuesday, July 30th

Tuesday, July 30th
11:00 am to 12:00 pm · Tucson F/Starr Pass
Session S3: Special Lecture: Annals of Botany Special Lecture
Presiding: Jeffrey Karron, University Of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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S3001July 30th 11:00 amOrigin, evolution, and loss of heterostyly: integrating morphological, ecological, and molecular evidence on Darwin’s “very obscure subject
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Annals of Botany Lecture - Dr. Elena ContiSpecial AddressConti, Elena.Annals of Botany
Tuesday, July 30th
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm · Tucson F/Starr Pass
Session S4: Special Lecture: Enhancing Scientist Diversity in Plant Biology Luncheon
Presiding: Jim Cohen, Kettering University
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S4001July 30th 12:00 pmWhat I learned about teaching Botany to Native American students
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Enhancing Scientist Diversity in Plant Biology Luncheon - Tom AntonioSpecial AddressAntonio, Tom.
Tuesday, July 30th
7:30 pm to 10:00 pm · Tucson F/Starr Pass
Session BQ3: Banquet: ASPT Banquet
Presiding: Mark Fishbein, Oklahoma State University
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July 30th 7:30 pmASPT Banquet
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Systematics
BQ3002July 30th 9:00 pmEmbracing Diversity of People and Plants
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ASPT Incoming President Address - Pamela SoltisSpecial AddressSoltis, Pamela.

Wednesday, July 31st

Wednesday, July 31st
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm · Tucson F/Starr Pass
Session D1: Discussion Session: Plant Summit - Discussion Session and Brown Bag Lunch
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D1001July 31st 12:00 pmPlant Summit - Discussion Session and Brown Bag Lunch
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BSA-WideDiscussionDonoghue, Michael.Plant Summit
Wednesday, July 31st
1:30 pm to 5:15 pm · Tucson F/Starr Pass
Session PHYL2: Contributed Papers: Phylogenomics II
Presiding: Amanda Fisher, California State University Long Beach; Wenbin Zhou, North Carolina State University
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PHYL2001July 31st 1:30 pm
Canceled
Phylogeny and Biogeography of the Cladrastis clade (Leguminosae: Papilonoideae)
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PhylogenomicsPaperDuan, Lei; Wen, Jun; Harris, Aj; Chen, Hong-Feng.biome shift
Cladrastideae
Cladrastis
Leguminosae
Styphnolobium
the Cladrastis clade
PHYL2002July 31st 1:45 pmSpecies level phylogeny for the order Cornales based on molecular data from nuclear gene target enrichment
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PhylogenomicsPaperThomas, Shawn; Liu, Xiang; Cummings, Amanda; Xiang, Jenny; Leebens-Mack, Jim.phylogenomics
target-enrichment
Sequence Capture
Next Generation Sequencing
PHYL2003July 31st 2:00 pmPhylogenomic discordance in the New World grapes suggests widespread introgressions as a driver for species diversifications
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PhylogenomicsPaperNie, Zelong; Ma, Zhiyao; Johnson, Gabriel; Ren, Chen; Ickert-Bond, Stefanie; Zimmer, Elizabeth; Wen, Jun.phylogenomics
grapes
Vitis
Vitaceae
introgressionj
discordance
PHYL2004July 31st 2:15 pmA fully resolved backbone phylogeny reveals numerous dispersals and explosive diversifications throughout the history of Asteraceae
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PhylogenomicsPaperMandel, Jennifer; Dikow, Rebecca; Siniscalchi, Carolina; Thapa, Ramhari; Watson, Linda; Funk, Vicki.Compositae
systematics
Sunflower
PHYL2005July 31st 2:30 pmCombining Genome Skims and Transcriptomes for a Phylogenomic framework of Acanthaceae
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PhylogenomicsPaperArias, Joshua; McDade, Lucinda; Kiel, Carrie; Tripp, Erin; Fisher, Amanda.Lamiales
phylogenomics
PHYL2006July 31st 2:45 pmPhylogenomics of Castenea, Hamamelis, and Torreya inferred from RAD-Seq data – Insights into origin and evolution of eastern Asia-North American disjunct biogeography pattern
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PhylogenomicsPaperZhou, Wenbin; Xiang, Jenny.phylogenomics
EA-NAM disjunction
morphostasis
biogeographic history
morphological evolution
niche evolution
PHYL2007July 31st 3:00 pmPhylogenomics of the Neotropical spiral gingers (Costaceae)
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PhylogenomicsPaperValderrama, Eugenio; Sass, Chodon; Guan, Clarice; Andr, Thiago; Maas, Paul J. M.; Maas-van de Kamer, Hiltje; Skinner, David L.; Specht, Chelsea.Costaceae
Costus
Chamaecostus
Neotropical
phylogenomics
taxonomy
July 31st 3:15 pmBreak
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Phylogenomics
PHYL2009July 31st 3:45 pmDeveloping Phylyogenetic Hypotheses for Leucaena through Reference Guided and de novo Transcriptomics
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PhylogenomicsPaperAbair, Alexander; Dugas, Diana; Madhugiri, Nageswara-Rao; Hughes, Colin; Bailey, C. Donovan.Leucaena
Leguminosae
Polyploid
phylogeny
genomics
Transcriptomics
hybridization
orthology
paralogy
PHYL2010July 31st 4:00 pmAn integrated pipeline for ortholog discovery, bait design, and targeted capture data assembly and the development of a bait set for the Cucurbitaceae
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PhylogenomicsPaperOrtiz, Edgardo M.; Vargas, Oscar M; Schaefer, Hanno.Cucumis
Cucurbitaceae
targeted capture
target enrichment
nuclear genes
orthologs
plastome
marker selection
bait design
bioinformatics
pipeline
PHYL2011July 31st 4:15 pmIris of the Mediterranean: using phylogenomics to investigate putative color forms, phenological variants, and hybrids in subgenus Xiphium
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PhylogenomicsPaperWilson, Carol; Boosalis, Zoe A.; Sandor, Michael; Crespo, Manuel B; Azorin, Mario M.Genome skimming
Iridaceae
targeted capture
PHYL2012July 31st 4:30 pmTowards a reclassification of Dioscoreales using organellar phylogenomics and morphology
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PhylogenomicsPaperSoto Gomez, Marybel; Lin, Qianshi; Lam, Vivienne; Merckx, Vincent; Rudall, Paula J; Graham, Sean.Afrothismia
APG update
molecular and morphological data
non-photosynthetic monocots
plastid and mitochondrial phylogenomics
PHYL2013July 31st 4:45 pmChloroplast phylogenomics in the New World clade of Astragalus L. (Fabaceae)
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PhylogenomicsPaperCharboneau, Joseph; Cronn, Richard; Liston, A.; Wojciechowski, Martin; Sanderson, Michael.chloroplast genome
Wednesday, July 31st
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm · Tucson F/Starr Pass
Session S7: Special Lecture: Address of the BSA President-Elect
Presiding: Gordon Uno, University Of Oklahoma
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S7001July 31st 6:00 pmIs Graduate Education Keeping Pace with the Dynamic Nature of 21stCentury STEM Careers?
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Address of the BSA President-Elect - Linda WatsonSpecial AddressWatson, Linda.

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