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Sunday, July 28th

Sunday, July 28th
5:00 pm to 6:15 pm · Tucson H/Starr Pass
Session M13: Meeting: PLANTS Student and Mentor Orientation Meeting (by invitation only)
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July 28th 5:00 pmPLANTS Student and Mentor Orientation Meeting (by invitation only)
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Monday, July 29th

Monday, July 29th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Tucson H/Starr Pass
Session POPGEN1: Contributed Papers: Population Genetics/Genomics I
Presiding: Kenneth Sytsma, University Of Wisconsin; Rob Massatti, U.S. Geological Survey
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POPGEN1001July 29th 8:00 amInfluence of flower size, herkogamy and breeding system on inbreeding and inbreeding depression of Oenothera primiveris
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperCisternas, Anita; Fant, Jeremie.
POPGEN1002July 29th 8:15 amA large-scale test for purging of inbreeding depression in the common yellow monkeyflower, Mimulus guttatus
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperKoelling, Vanessa; Newsum, Toshiro; Kelly, John.mating system
inbreeding
purging
monkeyflower
POPGEN1003July 29th 8:30 amHost-association determines population genomic structure of a parasitic plant through impacts on reproductive traits and pollination
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperYule, Kelsey.Parasitic Plants
spatial genetic structure
phenology
Seed dispersal
Pollination
mistletoe
Legumes
sonoran desert
gene flow
reproductive isolation
reinforcement
host specialisation
population differentiation
POPGEN1004July 29th 8:45 amTesting the Ring Species Hypothesis with RAD-Sequencing and MinION Genome Sequencing in the California endemic Calochortus venustus (Liliaceae)
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperHernandez, Adriana; Landis, Jacob; Specht, Chelsea.ring species
floral trait evolution
California Floristic Province
RAD-seq
minION genome sequencing
POPGEN1005July 29th 9:00 amThe fate of neutral and adaptive variation: interdependencies across a topographically and environmentally complex, climatically dynamic region
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperMassatti, Rob; Knowles, Lacey.phylogeography
genotype-environment association analysis
Colorado Plateau
adaptive genetic variation
Hilaria jamesii
POPGEN1006July 29th 9:15 amCovariation in genotype and soil chemistry in a rare serpentine endemic
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperSwope, Sarah; Braasch, Joseph.serpentine
endemic
soil chemistry
RAD-seq
POPGEN1007July 29th 9:30 amPassive seed dispersal, strong genetic structure, and small spatial scale of gene flow associated with morphological divergence in the desert winter annual, Eschscholtzia parishii: potential implications for rapid small-scale speciati
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperSpalink, Daniel; Karimi, Nisa; Richards, Jeannine; Thein, Tom; Eifler, Evan; DiNicola, Alexa; Schomaker, Lisa; Givnish, Thomas.gene flow
desert annual
population genetics
spatial scale of gene flow
speciation
morphometrics
July 29th 9:45 amBreak
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Population Genetics/Genomics
POPGEN1009July 29th 10:15 amAre Restoration Seed Pools Evolving Under Commercial Propagation?
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperPizza, Riley; Etterson, Julie; Espeland, Erin.Propagation 
domestication 
Restoration 
Wildflowers
POPGEN1010July 29th 10:30 amThe application of population genetics data on the formulation of effective environmental policy: an analysis of Penstemon lemhiensis(Plantaginaceae)The application of population genetics data on the formulation of effective
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperSagatelova, Mary; Rodriguez, Rosa; Wolfe, Andi.Penstemon
conservation
Population genetics/genomics
POPGEN1011July 29th 10:45 amRange size, not niche breadth, influences the phylogeographic patterns of montane sedges
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperHodel, Richard.comparative phylogeography
montane
sedges
phylogeography
POPGEN1012July 29th 11:00 amPopulation structure and gene flow at the southern edge of a species range: A case study in Primula mistassinica (Primulaceae)
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperZlonis, Katharine; Gross, Briana.Primrose
relict
disjunct
gene flow
POPGEN1013July 29th 11:15 amUnderstanding bed dynamics: seagrass genotypic diversity and growth strategies across different sampling scales
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperHamilton, Ashley; Lopez, Anthony; Larkin, Patrick.marine flora
genetic diversity
clonal growth
foundation species
conservation and restoration
POPGEN1014July 29th 11:30 amPopulation variation of C4 syndrome in the C3-C4 intermediate Steinchisma hians
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperMcKain, Michael; McKain, Michael; Jones, Sydney; Risman, Daniel; Lewis, Michelle; Thia, Yada; Studer, Anthony.photosynthesis
C3-C4 intermediate
Steinchisma hians
Whole Chloroplast
Monday, July 29th
1:30 pm to 5:15 pm · Tucson H/Starr Pass
Session SYS1: Contributed Papers: Systematics I: Land plants, Gymnosperms to Rosids part 1
Presiding: Anthony Melton, Florida Museum of Natural History; Lynn Clark, Iowa State University
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SYS1001July 29th 1:30 pmDo Macroecological or Biogeographic Processes Better Explain the Patterns of the Eastern Asia – Eastern North America Floristic Disjunction?
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SystematicsPaperMelton, Anthony; Folk, Ryan; Grady, CJ; Stewart, Aimee; Beach, James (Jim); Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas.ecological niche modelling
Niche Conservatism
biogeography
SYS1002July 29th 1:45 pmUsing phylogeny, genetics, ecology, conservation status and horticultural value to evaluate living collections
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SystematicsPaperWorcester, Lindsey; Hipp, Andrew; Hoban, Sean; Lobdell, Matt; Rollinson, Christy; Westwood, Murphy.phylogeny
genetics
ecology
Conservation of biodiversity 
horticultural value
Living Collections
Tilia
Malus
Quercus
Ulmus
phylogenomics
SYS1003July 29th 2:00 pm
Canceled
plastome phylogenomic analysis of thuja ((Cupressaceae)
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SystematicsPaperAdelalu, Kole Fredrick; Wang, Hengchang.thuja
plastome
phylogenomics
SYS1004July 29th 2:15 pmReviving a century-old palm (Washingtonia) mystery using the power of Genotyping by Sequencing (GBS)
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SystematicsPaperVillanueva-Almanza, Lorena; Landis, Jacob; Ezcurra, Exequiel; Koenig, Daniel.Arecaceae
Baja California
Washingtonia
genetic structure
species delimitation
taxonomy
SYS1005July 29th 2:30 pmPhylogeny of Carex sect. Phleoideae (Cyperaceae)
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SystematicsPaperChung, Kyong-Sook.Cyperaceae
sect. Phleoideae
Carex
SYS1006July 29th 2:45 pmPhylogeny of Rhynchospora section Plumosae (Cyperaceae) based on morphologic and molecular data
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SystematicsPaperNaczi, Robert; Oommen, Ansel; Roberts, Mari; Dorey, Jenna; Calie, Patrick; Knapp, Wesley; Hardy, Sarah; Plunkett, Gregory.Rhynchospora
Rhynchospora section Plumosae
phylogeny
beaksedge
conservation
nutrient-poor
Cyperaceae
SYS1007July 29th 3:00 pmThe use of transposable elements as fingerprint tools to resolve the hybrid origin of the bamboo lineage
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SystematicsPaperChalopin, Domitille; Clark, Lynn; Wysocki, William; Duvall, Mel; Bennetzen, Jeffrey.Bambusoideae
bamboo evolution
transposable elements
ancient hybridization
allopolyploidy
July 29th 3:15 pmBreak
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Systematics
SYS1009July 29th 3:45 pmBiogeography and classification of sedges (Carex, Cyperaceae) based on a global phylogeny
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SystematicsPaperJimnez-Mejas, Pedro; Martin-Bravo, Santiago; Villaverde, Tamara; Escudero Lirio, Antonio Marcial; Roalson, Eric; Hipp, Andrew; Global Carex Group, The.Carex
phylogeny
classification
DiversificationDiversification
Cyperaceae
SYS1010July 29th 4:00 pmPhylogenetics and species delimitation in riverweeds (Podostemaceae): Evolutionary processes across and within rivers
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SystematicsPaperBedoya, Ana Maria; Olmstead, Richard.Podostemaceae
Phylogenetics
species delimitation
SYS1011July 29th 4:15 pmThe untouchables: taxonomy and phylogenetics of Cnidoscolus (Euphorbiaceae)
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SystematicsPaperMaya Lastra, Carlos Alonso; Steinmann, Victor.Crotonoideae
sectional taxonomy
ITS
psbA-trnH
trnL-trnF
SYS1012July 29th 4:30 pmBiome shifts during the Late Miocene cooling period contributed to increased diversification rates in Euphorbiaceae vines
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SystematicsPaperCardinal-McTeague, Warren; Wurdack, Kenneth; Gillespie, Lynn.Euphorbiaceae
Acalyphoideae
Plukenetieae
twining habit
stinging hairs
pseudanthia
biome shifts
diversification
SYS1013July 29th 4:45 pmIntegrative taxonomy: Investigating species boundaries in Malagasy Psorospermum using morphometrics and molecular phylogenetic methods
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SystematicsPaperRanarivelo, Heritiana.Psorospermum
species delimitation
morphometrics
Gaussian mixture models
Madagascar

Tuesday, July 30th

Tuesday, July 30th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Tucson H/Starr Pass
Session CO05: Colloquium: Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC:Where we've been, where we are and where we are going
Presiding: Zack Murrell,
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CO05July 30th 8:00 amCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are going
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumMurrell, Zack; Denslow, Michael.herbarium
digitization
cyberinfrastructure
Southeast USA
CO05001July 30th 8:15 amBuilding a cyberinfrastructure: is the human aspect the hardest?
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumMurrell, Zack.cyberinfrastructure
herbaria
SERNEC
Southeast USA
CO05002July 30th 8:30 amManaging a large-scale digitization project: trials and tribulations
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumDenslow, Michael; Brown, Herrick; Murrell, Zack.herbarium
biodiversity informatics
CO05003July 30th 8:45 amSERNEC: An Introspective Examination of the Growth and Development of a Major Research Database and Associated Data Use Scenarios
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumBrown, Herrick; Denslow, Michael; Murrell, Zack.herbaria
biodiversity informatics
data management
specimen digitization workflows
CO05004July 30th 9:00 am“Born digital,” introducing a field-to-database workflow for herbaria. Caleb Powell, Jacob Motley, Hong Qin, and Joey Shaw. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumPowell, Caleb; Motley, Jacob; Qin, Hong; Shaw, Joey.digitization
apps
cell phone app
digitized herbarium data
workflow
born digital
botany app
Symbiota
herbarium
herbaria
CO05005July 30th 9:15 amA Reevaluation Of Tennessee’s Non-Native Plant Species Using Online Herbarium Specimen Data To Develop Maximum Entropy Species Distribution Models
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumAlley, Courtney; Shaw, Joey.maximum entropy
invasive plants
introduced species
SERNEC
Herbarium Specimens
CO05006July 30th 9:30 amDigitization of the Marshall University Herbarium (MUHW) Vascular Plant Collection as an Authentic Undergraduate Job-training Experience
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumGillespie, Emily.herbaria
digitization
West Virginia
student-centered learning
July 30th 9:45 amBreak
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are going
CO05008July 30th 10:15 amUndergraduate Research Projects in the University of Georgia Herbarium based on Digitized Specimens: Mentoring plus Data equals Publishable Results
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumZomlefer, Wendy; Hughes, Steven; Angulo, Juan; Hull, Richard; Long, Tiffany; Vardeman, Ella.herbarium data
digitization
Undergraduate mentoring 
student projects
vouchers
CO05009July 30th 10:30 amVirginia's commonwealth of collections: five years of herbarium outreach, education and community integration
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumWeeks, Andrea; Wallace, Lisa; Gonzalez-Akre, Erika.digitization
STEM Education
public outreach
CO05010July 30th 10:45 amBuilding a student and volunteer network for Notes from Nature herbarium transcription success in Arkansas
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumSoteropoulos, Diana; Baker, Brent; Witsell, Theo; Seale, Karen; Marsico, Travis.SERNEC
Notes from Nature
digitization
citizen science
CO05011July 30th 11:00 amWeDigFLPlants—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, and where we are goingColloquiumMast, Austin.WeDigFLPlants
BIOSPEX
citizen science
education
outreach
herbaria
iDigBio
WeDigBio
CO05012July 30th 11:15 amGems in central and south Florida herbaria, and the oldest known Florida specimens in European herbaria
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumFranck, Alan.SERNEC
Clifton
Plukenet
flora
CO05013July 30th 11:30 amThe Flora of the Southeast
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are goingColloquiumWeakley, Alan.digitization
flora
southeastern USA
endemism
apps
collaboration
taxonomic concepts
July 30th 11:45 amDiscussion
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Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are going
Tuesday, July 30th
1:30 pm to 5:00 pm · Tucson H/Starr Pass
Session CO08: Colloquium: Sexual Selection in Flowering Plants: Traits, Processes, and Estimation
Presiding: Shu-Mei Chang, University of Georgia
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CO08SUM001July 30th 1:30 pmSexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimation
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumChang, Shumei.Sexual selection
Angiosperm
Male-Male competition
Female Choice
CO08002July 30th 1:45 pmPollen competition in a comparative context
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumWilliams, Joseph.Pollen germination
pollen
Pollen tube growth rate
Pollen competition
Evolution of development
Gametophyte biology
macroevolution
reproductive biology
CO08003July 30th 2:00 pmIs pollen size an “honest” male trait during pollen competition?
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumChang, Shumei.Sexual selection
Pollen competition
Ipomoea purpurea
pollen size
CO08004July 30th 2:15 pmThe Lion’s Mane: Is the evolution of dandelion pollen sculpturing driven by natural or sexual selection?
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumLynn, Austin; Piotter, Emelyn; Galen, Candace.Sexual selection
pollen
evolution
Pollination
mutualism
pollinator-mediated selection
CO08005July 30th 2:30 pmSexual selection in wild radish: intensity of pollen competition, seed paternity, and offspring characteristics
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumMarshall, Diane.Sexual selection
wild radish
pollen load size
CO08006July 30th 2:45 pmThe impact of pollen competition and female choice on the spread of a genetically engineered cultivar gene in wild squash populations
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumBrunet, Johanne.Sexual selection
Genetically engineered
Pollen competition
Female Choice
Disease
CO08007July 30th 3:00 pmIntersexual genetic conflict, genome size and reproductive isolation in Lobelia cardinalis, a wide-ranging taxon of the sky islands and beyond
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumJohnston, Mark O.; Woolaver, Elizabeth; Kozela, Christopher.Genetic conflict
Sky island
reproductive isolation
transposable elements
Genome size
Seed size
Endosperm
hybrid
Apomixis
Asexual reproduction
Lobelia
July 30th 3:15 pmBreak
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimation
CO08009July 30th 3:45 pmDivergence in pollen tube growth rates between autogamous vs. outcrossing Clarkia sister species: is sexual selection relaxed in selfers?
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumMazer, Susan; Hendrickson, Brandon; Chellew, Joseph; Kim, Lynn; Liu, Jasen; Vasudevan, Manju.Mating system evolution
Clarkia
Sexual selection
Pollen competition
Pollen tube growth rate
Gametophytic selection
CO08010July 30th 4:00 pmGreater variation in male than in female fitness in monkeyflower: evidence for Bateman’s principle
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumKarron, Jeffrey; Christopher, Dorothy; Mitchell, Randall; Trapnell, Dorset; Semski, Wendy; Smallwood, Patrick; Porcher, Emmanuelle; Devaux, Celine.
CO08011July 30th 4:15 pmMeasuring sexual selection in plant populations
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumKwok, Allison; Dorken, Marcel.
CO08012July 30th 4:30 pmThe role of sexual selection in the evolution of gynodioecy
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumVan Etten, Megan; Chang, Shumei.Sexual selection
Male-Male competition
Geranium maculatum
gynodioecy
CO08013July 30th 4:45 pmSex ratio drives differences in sexual selection between male and female components of fitness in Silene vulgaris
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Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationColloquiumSanderson, Brian; Augat, Malcolm; Duncan, Matthew; Olson, Matt; Brodie III, Edmund.sex ratio
gynodioecy
Sexual selection
Silene vulgaris

Wednesday, July 31st

Wednesday, July 31st
8:30 am to 11:30 am · Tucson H/Starr Pass
Session HYHY1: Contributed Papers: Hybrids and Hybridization
Presiding: Edward McAssey, Quinnipiac University; Alex Twyford, University Of Edinburgh
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HYHY1001July 31st 8:30 amMorphological and chromosome studies of Andropogon gayanus - Andropogon tectorum complex in South-western Nigeria
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Hybrids and HybridizationPaperFunmilola Mabel, Ojo.Andropogon gayanus
Andropogon tectorum
clone 
hybrid
keel
multivalent
HYHY1002July 31st 8:45 amAsymmetric introgressive hybridization in a peripheral population of Armeria pungens (Plumbaginaceae)
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Hybrids and HybridizationPaperFeliner, Gonzalo N.; Alvarez, Ines; Heuertz, Myriam; Villa-Machío, Irene.introgressive hybridization
GBS
genomics
plastid capture
Armeria (Plumbaginaceae)
Iberian Peninsula
HYHY1003July 31st 9:00 amThe leftovers: using chloroplast and transposon data to describe the derivation of a homoploid hybrid species, Yucca gloriosa
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Hybrids and HybridizationPaperMcAssey, Edward; Grimwood, Jane; Schmutz, Jeremy; Heyduk, Karolina; Leebens-Mack, Jim.genomics
hybridization
Chloroplast
Transposon
HYHY1004July 31st 9:15 amDo neighbors make it complex? Understanding the origin of species complexes in sympatric Hedychium spp. in northeast India using multiple lines of evidence
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Hybrids and HybridizationPaperSARYAN, PREETI; Gowda, Vinita.Hedychium
hybrid swarms
species complex
interspecies compatibility
HYHY1005July 31st 9:30 amReproductive isolation between a widespread and range-limited Ranunculus species
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Hybrids and HybridizationPaperPersinger, Jessica; Thompson, Pamela; Diaz, Nicolas; Hendrickson, Elizabeth; Katie, Gerloff; Katie, Kline; Cruzan, Mitchell.reproductive isolation
July 31st 9:45 amBreak
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Hybrids and Hybridization
HYHY1007July 31st 10:15 amHybridization and Reclassification of Pinyon Pines
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Hybrids and HybridizationPaperBuck, Ryan; Whipple, Amy; Gehring, Catherine; Flores-Renteria, Lluvia.pinyon pines
hybridization
Next Generation Sequencing
gene flow
morphology
HYHY1008July 31st 10:30 amThe roloe of hybridization in the evolution of hemiparasitic eyebrights (Euphrasia, Orobanchaceae)
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Hybrids and HybridizationPaperTwyford, Alex; Brown, Max; Becher, Hannes; Metherell, Chris.hybridization
genomics
Orobanchaceae
United Kingdrom
HYHY1009July 31st 10:45 amIntraspecific Hybridization in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicon L.) For Improved Fruit Quality: A strategy for enhanced food security
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Hybrids and HybridizationPaperOsekita, Oluwatoyin Sunday; Ajileye, Oluwabukola Deborah.Cross pollination
 recombinant
Segregation
genotypes
improvement
HYHY1010July 31st 11:00 amHomeolog expression bias in floral color evolution in natural and synthetic Nicotiana tabacum allopolyploids
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Hybrids and HybridizationPaperMcCarthy, Elizabeth; Landis, Jacob; Kurti, Amelda; Lawhorn, Amber; LITT, AMY.allopolyploidy
anthocyanin
evolution
flower color
homeolog expression bias
Nicotiana
HYHY1011July 31st 11:15 amIntergeneric hybridization has a complex effect on reproductive fitness in an Andean hotspot
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Hybrids and HybridizationPaperZweck, Justin; Moreno, Mauro; Peña, Paola; Oleas, Nora.hybrid
Amaryllidaceae
Reproduction
speciation
Wednesday, July 31st
1:30 pm to 4:30 pm · Tucson H/Starr Pass
Session POPGEN2: Contributed Papers: Population Genetics/Genomics II
Presiding: Ingrid Jordon-Thaden, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Haley Hale, Texas Tech University
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POPGEN2001July 31st 1:30 pmGenetic conflict in an ancient interaction between moss and microarthropods
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperKollar, Leslie; Eppley, Sarah; Rosenstiel, Todd; Gall, Elliott T.; McDaniel, Stuart.Sexual selection
Genetic conflict
Volatile organic compounds
microarthropods
bryophytes
Dimorphism
POPGEN2002July 31st 1:45 pmPopulation genomics of diploid-sexual and polyploid-apomictic Easter daisies (Townsendia hookeri – Asteraceae) shed light on the origins and spread of asexuality.
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperHersh, Evan; Whitton, Jeannette.Apomixis
ddRAD-seq
polyploidy
phylogeography
Population genomics
geographical parthenogenesis
Townsendia
POPGEN2003July 31st 2:00 pmElucidating the evolutionary history of the lichen Cladonia stellaris in Eastern North America
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperGarcía, Marta Alonso; Grewe, Felix; Villarreal A., Juan Carlos; Payette, Serge.Lichen woodland
Population genetics/genomics
POPGEN2004July 31st 2:15 pmGenetic variation along sub-alpine meadows in the lanceleaf stonecrop, Sedum lanceolatum Torr. (Crassulaceae)
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperMerritt, Benjamin; Culley, Theresa; Matter, Stephen.Crassulaceae
fragmentation
genetic variation
microsatellite
POPGEN2005July 31st 2:30 pmSpecies delimitation of Berberis (Berberidaceae) in Ecuador
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperOleas, Nora; Linan, Alexander; Swift, Joel; Ulloa, Carmen; Edwards, Christine.2b Radseq
hybrization
Berberidaceae
population genetics
POPGEN2006July 31st 2:45 pmComparing wild and ex situ genetic diversity in two subspecies of the endemic Hawaiian tree, Hibiscus waimeae (Malvaceae)
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperDeans, Susan; Walsh, Seana K.; Fant, Jeremie.Microsatellites
population genetics
Hawaii
rare plant conservation
botanic gardens
POPGEN2007July 31st 3:00 pmGenetic diversity and structure in Australian endemic Cycas
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperLujan, Manuel A; Liu, Jian; Nagalingum, Nathalie.Cycas
RADseq
Hybrids
population genetics
genetic diversity
July 31st 3:15 pmBreak
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Population Genetics/Genomics
POPGEN2009July 31st 3:45 pmIntraspecific geographic divergence within Helianthus niveus (Asteraceae) and the status of two new morphotypes from Mexico
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperZhang, Jianqiang; Rieseberg, Loren.Helianthus niveus
species divergence
phylogeny
population genetics
POPGEN2010July 31st 4:00 pmSeed dispersal syndromes and spatial genetic patterns of plants on a sub-Antarctic island
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Population Genetics/GenomicsPaperChau, John; Jansen van Vuuren, Bettine.Azorella selago
Acaena magellanica
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