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Sessions for Friday, July 26th, 2019

Morning6:00
Afternoon6:00

Sessions for Saturday, July 27th, 2019

Morning6:007:0010:00
Afternoon3:005:00
Evening6:30

Sessions for Sunday, July 28th, 2019

Morning6:007:008:008:3010:0011:00
Afternoon12:001:002:303:003:155:005:30
Evening6:157:308:00

Sessions for Monday, July 29th, 2019

Morning6:007:008:008:158:308:459:009:159:309:4510:0010:1510:3010:4511:0011:1511:3011:45
Afternoon12:001:301:452:002:152:302:453:003:153:454:004:154:304:455:005:155:30
Evening6:307:007:309:00

Sessions for Tuesday, July 30th, 2019

Morning6:007:008:008:158:308:459:009:159:309:4510:0010:1510:3010:4511:0011:1511:3011:45
Afternoon12:001:301:452:002:152:302:453:003:153:454:004:154:304:455:005:155:306:00
Evening6:307:30

Sessions for Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

Morning6:007:008:008:158:308:459:009:159:309:4510:1510:3010:4511:0011:1511:3011:45
Afternoon12:001:301:452:002:152:302:453:003:153:454:004:154:304:455:005:155:306:00
Evening7:007:30

Sessions for Thursday, August 1st, 2019

Morning6:007:308:00

Presentations for 9:15, Tuesday, July 30th, 2019

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SessionLocationTitleSection/TopicTypeAuthorsKeywords
AM1004San Ignacio/Starr PassAnatomical development of the ovules in Cycadales
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Anatomy and MorphologyPaperZumajo, Cecilia; Frangos, Samantha; Stevenson, Dennis.Developmental morphology
Cycadales
anatomy
Ovules
Evolution of development
Seed development
BRY1004Tucson G/Starr PassPatterns of range size and species richness in the North American bryophyte flora
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Bryology and LichenologyPaperCarter, Benjamin.biogeography
moss
endemism
range size
CG1004Tucson I/Starr PassSurvey of Viridiplantae for homospermidine synthase-like genes: multiple parallel origins at multiple phylogenetic depths
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Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPaperLivshultz, Tatyana; Smith, Chelsea R.; Teisher, Jordan.special metabolism
alkaloids
Gene duplication
paralogy
orthology
parallel evolution
gene trees
CO05005Tucson H/Starr PassA 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, & where we are goingColloquiumAlley, Courtney; Shaw, Joey.maximum entropy
invasive plants
introduced species
SERNEC
Herbarium Specimens
CO06006Tucson D/Starr PassApplying environmental and genetic data to evaluate subspecies differentiation in Eastwood’s manzanita (Arctostaphylos glandulosa Eastw., Ericaceae)
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Ericaceae: Systematics, Ecology and EvolutionColloquiumHuang, Yi; Huang, Yi; Morrison, Glen R; Saavedra, Natalie; Wahlert, Gregory; Stoughton, Thomas; Parker, V. T.; Keeley, John; Vasey, Michael; Sanders, Andrew; Litt, Amy.ddRAD-seq
subspecies
Landscape genetics
CO07003Tucson J/Starr PassDifferential gene expression in tuberous vs. non-tuberous roots of the tropical monocotyledonous geophyte Bomarea multiflora (Alstroemeriaceae)
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionColloquiumTribble, Carrie; Rothfels, Carl; Martinez-Gomez, Jesus; Alzate, Fernando; Specht, Chelsea.monocots
Liliales
geophytes
Root tubers
Transcriptomics
COOL1006Tucson C/Starr PassPhylogenetic systematics of Syntrichia Brid. in South America
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SystematicsPaperJauregui Lazo, Javier; Brinda, John; Mishler, Brent.Syntrichia
systematics
South America
ECO2005Tucson A/Starr PassScale dependence in Darwin’s Naturalization Conundrum
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EcologyPaperPark, Daniel; Feng, Xiao; Maitner, Brian.Invasive species
biological invasions
environmental filtering
Competition
community assembly
ECOPH1003San Pedro 2/Starr PassRethinking 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
ETH1006San Luis 2/Starr PassComparing plant uses among coastal plain cultures in colonial Virginia
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EthnobotanyPaperPereverzeva, Ksenia; Metzgar, Jordan.ethnobotany
colonial Virginia
Powhatan
Rappahannock
MACRO1006Tucson B/Starr PassTowards a timeline of vascular plant evolution: Inferring the time-calibrated phylogeny of the Marattiales using total-evidence dating under the fossilized birth-death process
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MacroevolutionPaperRothfels, Carl; Contreras, Dori; Sundue, Michael A; Looy, Cindy; Nagalingum, Nathalie; Muddiman, Benjamin; May, Michael.divergence time estimation
early land plants
fossilized birth-death process
morphological evolution
revbayes
Total Evidence Dating
SYM3004San Luis 1/Starr PassThe fossil record of land plant origins
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Green Land: Multiple Perspectives on Green Algal Evolution and the Earliest Land PlantsSymposiumStrother, Paul.Adinosporus
Cryptotetras
Tetrahedraletes
spore dyads
nematoclast

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