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Saturday, July 27th

Saturday, July 27th
6:30 pm to 8:00 pm · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session M02: Meeting: Botanical Society of America Board Dinner
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July 27th 6:30 pmBotanical Society of America Board Dinner
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BSA-Wide

Sunday, July 28th

Sunday, July 28th
10:00 am to 12:00 pm · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session W08: Workshop: Authors in the Driver Seat: Evaluating Phenotypes Data Authoring Tools
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W08001July 28th 10:00 amAuthors in the Driver’s Seat: Evaluating Phenotype Data Authoring Tools
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Conference WideWorkshopCui, Hong; Reznicek, Anton.
Sunday, July 28th
3:15 pm to 5:00 pm · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session M10: Meeting: BSA Council Meeting
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July 28th 3:15 pmBSA Council Meeting
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BSA-Wide
Sunday, July 28th
5:00 pm to 6:00 pm · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session M11: Meeting: BSA Development Committee Meeting
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July 28th 5:00 pmBSA Development Committee Meeting
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BSA-Wide

Monday, July 29th

Monday, July 29th
8:00 am to 11:30 am · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session PHYS1: Contributed Papers: Physiology
Presiding: Frank Ewers, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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PHYS1001July 29th 8:00 amSearch for Affordable Organic fertilizer for vegetable farming in Ile-Ife,Nigeria
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PhysiologyPaperSakpere, Ayobola; JOHNSON, ESTHER; ADETIMEHIN, DORCAS; AYODEJI, TOLANI; GBOYEGA, DAMILOLA; OGUNDOLA, VICTOR; Akinropo, Michael.Vegetables
Organic fertilizer
Moringa
PHYS1002July 29th 8:15 amEnhalus acoroides seeds, fruit, genetic population dynamics in disturbed areas in Southeast Asia from Indonesia to Hainan Island
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PhysiologyPaperThorhaug, Anitra; Yu, Shuo; Wu, Yunchao Wu; Serrao, Ester A; Zhang, Jingping; Jiang, Zhijian; Huang, Chi; Cui, Lijun; Huang, Xiaoping; Schwarz, Arthur; Berlyn, Graeme.Seagrass reproduction
Flowers, fruit Enhalus
Enhalus genetics
Enhalus population dynamics
PHYS1003July 29th 8:30 amIsolation of vitexin as natural bio-herbicide from Lantana camara leaves
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PhysiologyPaperQureshi, Dr. Huma; Anwar, Dr. Tauseef; Adkins, Steve William.Vitexin
Weed control
Natural herbicides
Allelopathy
PHYS1004July 29th 8:45 amPhenological Assessment of Maize Hybrids Under High Plant Population Density
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PhysiologyPaperAbubakar, Aisha Wada; Kamara, Alpha Yaya; Manga, Abdu Ahmad.plant population
maize-hybrids
PHYS1005July 29th 9:00 amTropical and subtropical Southeast Asian Seagrass restoration analysis
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PhysiologyPaperThorhaug, Anitra; Verduin, Jennifer; kiswara, wawan; Yap, Michael; Gallagher, John Barry; Prathep, Anchana; Calumpong, Hildaconida; Huang, Xiaoping; Dorward, Susan; Schwarz, Arthur; Berlyn, Graeme.Tropical Asian seagrass restoration
Asian Seagrass restoration
Indonesian seagrass restoration
Comparative southeast Asian seagrass restoration
PHYS1006July 29th 9:15 amUnderstanding PMRK1: A novel plant receptor-like kinase involved in fungal defense
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PhysiologyPaperRay, Justin; Cohee, Mollee; Ramonell, Katrina.Arabidopsis
Chitin
Golovinomyces cichoracearum
Pathogen‐Associated Molecular Patterns
Molecular biology
gene trees
PHYS1007July 29th 9:30 amIsolation and Characterization of weedicidal compounds from Lantana camara
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PhysiologyPaperAnwar, Dr. Tauseef; Qureshi, Dr. Huma.combiflash
phytotoxicity
bio herbicide
fatty acid methyl esters
physiological parameters
weed management
July 29th 9:45 amBreak
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Physiology
PHYS1009July 29th 10:15 amThe effect of dense leaf hairs on the water relations of two mangrove tree species
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PhysiologyPaperEwers, Frank; Angeles, Guillermo; Mendez-Alonzo, Rodrigo; Quintanar, Alejandra; Lopez-Portillo, Jorge.Avicennia
Conocarpus
ecomorphology
glabrous
indumentum
Leaf mass per area
LMA
mangrove
trichome
Water relations
PHYS1010July 29th 10:30 amIdentification and Characterization of ATL12:A gene involved in chitin-elicitor-triggered immunity and salt and drought tolerance
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PhysiologyPaperKONG, FENG; Ramonell, Katrina.Resistance
Chitin
salt tolerance
Arabidopsis
drought
PHYS1011July 29th 10:45 amTrait evolution across heterogeneous environments: water-use efficiency in Geum triflorum
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PhysiologyPaperVolk, Kate; Yoko, Zebadiah; Hamilton, Jill.water-use efficiency
Stomata
carbon isotope
Physiology
local adaptation
Geum triflorum
PHYS1012July 29th 11:00 amRecovery of California black walnut trees following drought induced dieback
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PhysiologyPaperTucker, Lauren; Ewers, Frank; Davis, Stephen; Bobich, Edward.walnut
drought
resprout
Fire
Monday, July 29th
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session LICH1: Contributed Papers: Lichenology
Presiding: Doug Ladd,
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LICH1001July 29th 1:30 pmConservation Genetics in Lichens
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperAllen, Jessica.genomics
population genetics
Population genomics
fungi
LICH1002July 29th 1:45 pmLong-readsequencing and lichen genomes
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperAllen, Jessica.genomics
LICH1003July 29th 2:00 pmUsing Restriction Site Associated Sequencing (RADseq) Data for Phylogenetic Analysis of Cladonia lichens
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperAnderson Stewart, Carly Rae; Tripp, Erin.lichenized fungi
metagenomics
Phylogenetics
RADseq
bioinformatics
Cladonia
LICH1004July 29th 2:15 pmUsing RADseq to understand the circum-Antarctic distribution of the lichenized fungus Pseudocyphellaria glabra (Ascomycota, Peltigeraceae)
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperWidhelm, Todd; Grewe, Felix; Huang, Jen-Pan; Ramanauskas, Karolis; Mason-Gamer, Roberta; Lumbsch, Helge.biogeography
population genetics
lichenized fungi
RADseq
LICH1005July 29th 2:30 pmPhylogenetic relationships and diversity of the lichen genera Niebla, Ramalina and Vermilacinia (Ramalinaceae)
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperSpjut, Richard; Simon, Antoine; Guissard, Martin; Serusiaux, Emmanuel.Lichens
phylogeny
Ramalinaceae
Niebla
Ramalina
Trichoramalina
Vermilacinia
LICH1006July 29th 2:45 pmThe Calicioids of Forillon National Park, Quebec, Canada
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperPaquette, Hayley; van Miltenburg, Niels; Selva, Steven; McMullin, Troy.Appalachians
Caliciales
Coniocybaceae
biogeography
Gaspé Peninsula
Mycocaliciaceae
Physciaceae
Sphinctrinaceae
LICH1007July 29th 3:00 pmDistribution and diversity of Pyrenocarpous lichens in India with special reference to forest health
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperMishra, Gaurav Kumar.pyrenocarpous
indicator species
environmental factors
July 29th 3:15 pmBreak
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Bryology and Lichenology
LICH1009July 29th 3:45 pmDetermining critical habitat for two sensitive cyanolichens in the Central Avalon Forest Ecoregion of Newfoundland, Canada
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperLauriault, Patrick; Wiersma, Yolanda.
LICH1010July 29th 4:00 pmThe recovery and current status of lichens in New York City
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperAllen, Jessica; Hoffman, Jordan; Howe, Natalie; Dorey, Jenna; Lendemer, James.Urban Ecology
LICH1011July 29th 4:15 pmLichen species as element bioindicators of air pollution for southeastern United States
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperWill-Wolf, Susan; Jovan, Sarah.air pollution
element bioindication
Lichens
southeastern USA
LICH1012July 29th 4:30 pmTrace Metal Accumulation in Lichen at Powdermill Nature Reserve
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperJohnson, Linda MK; Erin, Davis; Dunkleberger, Rebecca; Peyman, Tyler; Stroud, Jaclyn.lichen
biomonitors
trace metals
LICH1013July 29th 4:45 pmFighting fire: Trends in Cladonia perforata survival, cover, extent, and microhabitat preferences in a pyrogenic landscape
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperCharton, Katherine T.; Smith, Stacy; Menges, Eric.Lichens
population ecology
Prescribed fire
demography
Endangered species
LICH1014July 29th 5:00 pmNews from the Consortium of North American Lichen Herbaria: North America and beyond– where are we headed?
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperBungartz, Frank; Gries, Corinna; Nash, Thomas; Lafferty, Daryl; Gilbert, Ed.Lichenology
biodiversity
bioinformatics
South America
LICH1015July 29th 5:15 pmNext Generation Lichenology: A Strategy to Advance Biodiversity Science Leveraging the Riches of the Past
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperLendemer, James.herbaria
genome
ecology
fungi
digitization
microlichen
epiphyte
Reproduction

Tuesday, July 30th

Tuesday, July 30th
8:45 am to 12:00 pm · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session ECOPH1: Contributed Papers: Ecophysiology I
Presiding: Kenneth Cameron, University Of Wisconsin
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ECOPH1001July 30th 8:45 amSeagrass Restoration after small vessel propeller scars: improved techniques
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EcophysiologyPaperThorhaug, Anitra; Wanless, Harold; Schwarz, Arthur.Seagrasses sediment
Seagrass destruction
Sediment stabilization
Sediment baffle
Seagrass restoration
Sediment tubes
ECOPH1002July 30th 9:00 amQuantitative and Qualitative assement of Microbial presence during Phytoremediation of Heavy Metal Polluted Soil using Chromolaena odorata
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EcophysiologyPaperOmoregie, Gloria; Ikhajiagbe, Beckley; ANOLIEFO, Geoffery.Chromolaena odorata
 Heavy Metal
Phytoremediation
Pollution
Microbes
ECOPH1003July 30th 9:15 amRethinking metal hyperaccumulation and metal tolerance as evolutionarily and physiologically distinct traits: a comparison with salt tolerance and uptake in wild sunflowers (Helianthus)
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EcophysiologyPaperGoolsby, Eric; Mason, Chase.metal hyperaccumulation
salt tolerance
phylogenetic comparative methods
Helianthus
sunflowers
ECOPH1004July 30th 9:30 amTotal glucosinolate concentrations in vegetative tissues of gypsum endemic Brassicaceae vary across edaphic conditions and genera
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EcophysiologyPaperTuominen, L.K.; Reicholf, Rebecca; Morcio, Megan; Quinones, Arika; Litwinowicz, Zachary; Peloso, Lucy; Moore, Michael; Palacio, Sara; Drenovsky, Rebecca.gypsum
glucosinolates
specialized metabolism
Brassicaceae
Edaphic evolution
sulfur
July 30th 9:45 amBreak
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Ecophysiology
ECOPH1006July 30th 10:15 amPhylogeny and Eco-physiology of the Net-veined Vanilloid Orchids
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EcophysiologyPaperCameron, Kenneth; Giraldo, Giovanny.Orchidaceae
evolution
ecophysiology
phylogenomics
ECOPH1007July 30th 10:30 amWhole-tree water relations are correlated with exposure to Frost and/or heat waves in a dominant riparian tree species: Populus fremontii
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EcophysiologyPaperBlasini, Davis; Koepke, Dan F.; Grady, Kevin C; Bush, Susan E ; Hultine, Kevin R.functional traits
Sap Flux
Leaf Thermoregulation
Populus Fremontii
ECOPH1008July 30th 10:45 amPhysiology and growth of little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium) on abandoned coal mine waste
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EcophysiologyPaperElkin, Lucy; Kilgore, Jason.Schizachyrium scoparium
Physiology
coal mining
reclamation
revegetation
ECOPH1009July 30th 11:00 amHigh-resolution computed tomography reveals dynamics of desiccation and rehydration in a desiccation-tolerant fern
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EcophysiologyPaperHolmlund, Helen; Pratt, Brandon; Jacobsen, Anna; Davis, Stephen; Pittermann, Jarmila.desiccation tolerance
embolism repair
MicroCT
Pentagramma triangularis
resurrection fern
xylary chloroplasts
xylem refilling
endodermis
ECOPH1010July 30th 11:15 amComparative ecophysiology of two southern Appalachian conifers: the importance of winter
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EcophysiologyPaperJordan, Rachel; Sink, Zane; Neufeld, Howard.climate change
Winter
ecophysiology
Freeze-thaw cycles
Midwinter thaw
Conifers
Spruce-fir forest
Warming
ECOPH1011July 30th 11:30 amMesophyll photosynthetic sensitivity to leaf water potential increases in Eucalyptus species native to moister Australian climates: a new dimension of plant adaptation to drought
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EcophysiologyPaperSalvi, Amanda; Smith, Duncan D; McCulloh, Kate; Givnish, Thomas.drought
vulnerability
A-ci curve
Tuesday, July 30th
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session M29: Meeting: Physiology Business Meeting
Presiding: Arthur Schwarz, Southwestern Adventist University
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July 30th 12:00 pmPhysiology Business Meeting
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Physiology
Tuesday, July 30th
1:30 pm to 3:15 pm · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session ECOPH2: Contributed Papers: Ecophysiology II
Presiding: Davis Blasini, Desert Botanical Garden / Arizona State University
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ECOPH2001July 30th 1:30 pmIntegrated adaptations to moisture supply and whole-plant growth in ten Eucalyptus species dominating different portions of a climatic moisture gradient in Victoria, Australia
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EcophysiologyPaperGivnish, Thomas; Smith, Duncan D; Salvi, Amanda; Buckley, Thomas N; Adams, Mark A; McCulloh, Kate.photosynthesis
Leaf hydraulics
multiple common gardens
Plasticity
adaptation
ecophysiology
ecological distributions
ECOPH2002July 30th 1:45 pmUsing functional traits to understand adaptation and speciation in tropical understory herbs
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EcophysiologyPaperÁvila-Lovera, Eleinis; Goldsmith, Gregory R; Kay, Kathleen M; Funk, Jennifer L.ecophysiology
stem density
stomatal conductance
aboveground
belowground
ECOPH2003July 30th 2:00 pmClimate Change from Blue Carbon in SE Asia from seagrass, mangroves
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EcophysiologyPaperThorhaug, Anitra; Gallagher, John Barry; Schwarz, Arthur; Yap, Michael; kiswara, wawan; Berlyn, Graeme; Prathep, Anchana; Huang, Xiaoping; Dorward, Susan.Blue carbon seagrass
Blue carbon Mangroves
Southeast Asian seagrass carbon
Southeast Asian Mangrove carbon
Carbon hotspot
ECOPH2004July 30th 2:15 pmSucculents don’t like it that dry: Climatic niche evolution within the Core Caryophyllales reveals no trend of succulent lineages towards the driest and hottest conditions
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EcophysiologyPaperCruz, Marilyn Vsquez; Loera, Israel; NAKAMURA, MIGUEL; DEL ANGEL, MELINA N; HERNANDEZ-HERNANDEZ, TANIA.CAM photosynthesis
Succulent
Caryophyllales
ECOPH2005July 30th 2:30 pmAn Unusual Succulent in Southern Appalachian Forests: How Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum) Upsets the Paradigm of Thin Leaves for Understory Shade-Tolerant Species
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EcophysiologyPaperCole, Catherine; Neufeld, Howard.Understory
Succulent
S. ternatum
Appalachian
ECOPH2006July 30th 2:45 pmScarification And Temperature: Solution To Prolonged Seed Germination Of Raphia Spp From Nigeria
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EcophysiologyPaperAgbanelo, Chineze Agatha; Okpara, Gloria C.; Ude, Bartholomew.Scarification
Germination
Temperature
ECOPH2007July 30th 3:00 pmStructure and function of cocoa agroforestry systems in Mexico: relation of functional traits with trees production
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EcophysiologyPaperCocoletzi, Eliezer; Hipólito, Enrique; Ricaño, Jorge; Ramos, José María.Photosynthetically active radiation
vapour pressure deficit
specific leaf area
Stomata
clonal varieties
Tuesday, July 30th
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session R08: Reception: LGBT & Allies Happy Hour
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July 30th 5:30 pmLGBT & Allies Happy Hour
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Wednesday, July 31st

Wednesday, July 31st
8:00 am to 11:30 am · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session CO10: Colloquium: Donald J. Pinkava’s legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran Desert
Presiding: Kathleen Pigg, Arizona State University; Stefanie Ickert-Bond, University Of Alaska Fairbanks
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CO10001July 31st 8:00 amDon Pinkava—Teacher, Mentor, Colleague, and Friend
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumKeil, David.Donald J. Pinkava
herbarium
Legacy
Asteraceae
Cactaceae
CO10SUMJuly 31st 8:00 amColloquium: Donald J. Pinkava’s legacy – the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran Desert
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumPigg, Kathleen; Ickert-Bond, Stefanie.Arizona State University
herbarium
Donald J. Pinkava
sonoran desert
cytogenetics
Opuntioideae
Desert Botanical Garden
SEINet
SERNAC
Asteraceae
conservation
Scientific teaching
CO10002July 31st 8:30 amDon Pinkava and the Vascular Flora of the Cuatro Ciénegas Basin in the Chihuahuan Desert
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumDaniel, Thomas.Don Pinkava
Cuatro Ciénegas Basin
Chihuahuan Desert
Floristics
endemism
CO10003July 31st 8:45 amDonald Pinkava’s extraordinary influence at the Desert Botanical Garden and Myself
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumHodgson, Wendy C..
CO10004July 31st 9:00 amImplications of cytogenetics in the evolution and taxonomy of Cactaceae
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumBaker, Marc A..cytogenetics
Caclaceae
evolution
taxonomy
CO10005July 31st 9:15 amRecent Taxonomic and Nomenclatural Changes in Cylindropuntia and Grusonia
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumCloud-Hughes, Michelle.Cylindropuntia
Grusonia
taxonomy
nomenclature
phylogenomics
morphometrics
CO10006July 31st 9:30 amPhylogenomics of the Opuntioideae (Cactaceae): their biogeographic history and correlations with morphological evolution
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumMajure, Lucas; Baker, Marc A.; Puente-Martínez, Raul; Fehlberg, Shannon; Khler, Matias.Austrocylindropuntia
biogeography
Cylindropuntia
CAM photosynthesis
Opuntia
phylogenomics
July 31st 9:45 amBreak
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran Desert
CO10008July 31st 10:15 amPlastid genome evolution in Cactaceae: emerging patterns of gene and inverted repeat losses and rearrangements
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumWojciechowski, Martin; Alt, Austin; Hopkins, Andrew; Majure, Lucas; Steele, Kelly; Sanderson, Michael.Cactaceae
Plastome evolution
ndh genes
Carnegiea gigantea
CO10009July 31st 10:30 amTo go where only Don Pinkava could go -and beyond: delivering an online systematic botany course in Alaska
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumIckert-Bond, Stefanie; Bouffard, Christen.Flora of Alaska
Online systematic botany course
Learning glass videos
iNaturalist
Virtual biomes
CO10010July 31st 10:45 amThe Flora of Las Cienegas National Conservation Area
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumSolves, Jean-Philippe.Grasslands
Cienegas
Floras
riparian
wetlands
Donald J. Pinkava
SEINet
conservation
Floristics
CO10011July 31st 11:00 amObservational botany in the face of Arizonas shifting baselines
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumLarson-Whittaker, Cole.field botany
Arizona
Verde River
Desert Ecology
CO10012July 31st 11:15 amSEINet: Making use of an Extended Network of Regional Consortia to Mobilize the Digital Content of Natural History Collections
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Donald J. Pinkava's legacy - the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertColloquiumGilbert, Edward; Gries, Corinna; Franz, Nico; Landrum, Leslie; Nash, Thomas.natural history collections
SEINet
Symbiota
herbarium
biodiversity
specimen digitization
open access
Wednesday, July 31st
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · San Pedro 2/Starr Pass
Session MOL1: Contributed Papers: Molecular Ecology
Presiding: Joshua Miles Mesa, University of Arizona; Patrick Garrett, Miami University
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MOL1001July 31st 1:30 pmCauses and consequences of genome size variation in an invasive plant, Centaurea solstitialis
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Molecular EcologyPaperCang, Alice; Welles, Shana; Dlugosch, Katrina.Genome size
Invasive species
Evolutionary Ecology
flow cytometry
MOL1002July 31st 1:45 pmGenomic Signatures of Adaptation Reveal a Role for a Growth-Defense Trade-Off in Invasion
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Molecular EcologyPaperDlugosch, Katrina.Invase plant species
Population genomics
trait evolution
trade-offs
bioegeographic transitions
MOL1003July 31st 2:00 pmEvolutionary change during restoration: a genomic comparison between ex situ, native and commercial seed sources in Helianthus maximiliani
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Molecular EcologyPaperHamilton, Jill; Waraniak, Justin; Tarble, Zachary; Stockwell, Craig; Prasifka, Jarrad.Restoration 
conservation
adaptation
genomics
Prairie Ecosystems
MOL1004July 31st 2:15 pmHigher risk of psyllid-induced dieback in northern populations of grey box (Eucalyptus molucanna)
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Molecular EcologyPaperFlores-Renteria, Lluvia; Morrow, Jennifer; Hall, Aidan; Esveld, Jessica; Ramadoss, Niveditha; Rymer, Paul; Riegler, Markus.Eucalyptus
climate change
Psyllid oubreak
mortality
MOL1005July 31st 2:30 pmCommon milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) and the Anthropocene: Insights from population genetics and common garden experiments
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Molecular EcologyPaperPuzey, Joshua.milkweed
population genetics
asclepias
MOL1006July 31st 2:45 pmThe phylogenetic context of herbicide resistance in Amaranthus shows minimal spread through introgression
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Molecular EcologyPaperHoffberg, Sandra; Eaton, Deren.Amaranthus
herbicide resistance
introgression
MOL1007July 31st 3:00 pmEndopolyploidy as a Driver of Plant Tolerance and Resistance
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Molecular EcologyPaperMesa, Joshua Miles; Paige, Ken.Fitness Compensation
Resistance
Tolerance
Endoreduplication
July 31st 3:15 pmBreak
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Molecular Ecology
MOL1009July 31st 3:45 pmTiming is everything: Gene Expression Shifts with Sex Expression in a Syncrhonously Dichogamous Plant
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Molecular EcologyPaperGarrett, Patrick; Moore, Rich.dichogamy
Gene Expression
RNA-seq
MOL1010July 31st 4:00 pmComparative digital morphometrics and genotyping-by-sequencing reveals species boundaries are maintained in central North American Vitis
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Molecular EcologyPaperKlein, Laura; Caito, Madeleine; Hopkins, Danielle; Kingeter, Christian; Knight, Erin; O'Hanlon, Regan; Pretz, Chelsea; Zander, Tracy; Miller, Allison.Genotyping-by-Sequencing
genomics
morphology
Vitis

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