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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 10:15, Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

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SessionLocationTitleSection/TopicTypeAuthorsKeywords
CO10009San Pedro 2/Starr PassPlastid 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
CO11009Tucson I/Starr PassPatterns of Genetic Structure and Reproductive Allocation After Fire in Polygala lewtonii, a Federally Endangered Florida Endemic Plant
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Ecological factors that drive patterns of population genetic structure in plantsColloquiumMeyer, Elena; Edwards, Christine; Oberle, Brad.Fire
Disturbance
Reproduction
Polygala lewtonii
admixture
CWR1009Tucson D/Starr PassTranscriptome and organellar sequencing highlight the complex origin and diversification of allotetraploid Brassica napus
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Crops and Wild RelativesPaperPires, Joseph; An, Hong; Qi, Xinshuai; Gaynor, Michelle; Hao, Yue; Mabry, Makenzie; Conant, Gavin; Barker, Michael.Polyploid
hybrid
domestication
brassica
Transcriptomics
Population genetics/genomics
crops and wild relatives
ECO4009San Luis 1/Starr PassClimatic Impacts on the Genetic Structure and Annual Growth of Sky Island Pines
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EcologyPaperMarquardt, Paula; Miranda, Brian; Willyard, Ann; Prom, Ben; Telewski, Frank.dendrochronology
genetic structure
Pinaceae
plastid
Ponderosae
HYHY1007Tucson H/Starr PassHybridization 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
REP1009San Luis 2/Starr PassA New Mechanism of Delayed Self-Pollination that Provides Reproductive Assurance
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Reproductive ProcessesPaperWang, Lingyan; Wang, Hanxi Hanxi; Sheng, Lianxi; Chang, Shu-Mei."twisting" movement of the corolla
delayed self-pollination
reproductive assurance
adaptive evolution
Iris laevigata
climate change
SYM5006San Ignacio/Starr PassAchieving Global Plant Conservation Goals Requires an Interdisciplinary Renaissance
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At the Intersection of Applied and Academic Botany: Fertile Ground for an Interdisciplinary Botanical RenaissanceSymposiumKuebbing, Sara.climate change
invasive plants
Restoration 
conservation
partnership
outreach
science communication
SYM6005Tucson E/Starr PassDo Extreme Environments Select For Reproductive Assurance?
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IAPT Early Career Investigator Program: Life at the EdgeSpecsessTheiss, Kathryn.Oenothera
Breeding System
desert
SYMB1009Tucson J/Starr PassAre the pollen-like clumps of spores in Splachnaceae mosses an important visual signal in attracting spore-dispersing flies?
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperMarino, Paul; Piercey, Brandon.visual signaling
Splachnaceae mosses
pollen mimicry
SYS2009Tucson G/Starr PassInvestigating the phylogenetics, divergence times and historical biogeography of Memecylon (Melastomataceae) with a target enrichment approach
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SystematicsPaperAmarasinghe, Prabha; Joshi, Sneha; Page, Navendu; Wijedasa, Lahiru; Kathriarachchi, Hashendra; Stone, Robert Douglas; Merello, Mary; Kodandaramaiah, Ullasa; Cellinese, Nico.Memecylon
Melastomataceae
target enrichment
phylogeny
biogeography

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