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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 1:45, Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

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SessionLocationTitleSection/TopicTypeAuthorsKeywords
CO12002San Luis 1/Starr PassLearning floras, building gardens, implementing plant conservation: Legacies of Jim Hickey and Miami University
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Questioning Species and Species Complexes: A Colloquium in Honor of Dr. R. James HickeyColloquiumFreid, Ethan.flora
Bahamas
Gardens
conservation
MOL1002San Pedro 2/Starr PassGenomic 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
PAL5002San Ignacio/Starr PassTropical Pleistocene forest from Tak province, northern Thailand: fossil trees and their implications on past climate
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PaleobotanyPaperBoonchai, Nareerat.petrified wood
Fabaceae
Sapotaceae
Pleistocene
Southeast Asia
PHYL2002Tucson F/Starr PassSpecies 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
POPGEN2002Tucson H/Starr PassPopulation 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
REP2002San Luis 2/Starr PassRethinking floral attraction; sexual dimorphism in Clarkia unguiculata
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Reproductive ProcessesPaperPeach, Kristen.Pollination
functional traits
flower color
UV floral patternsUV floral patterns
female fitness
SYM7002Tucson I/Starr PassDoes drought lead to the evolution of distinct drought resistance strategies? Experimental evidence from an annual monkeyflower
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Life without water: evolution and adaptation of xeric plantsSymposiumKooyers, Nicholas; Blackman, Benjamin.drought
life history
phenology
Evolutionary Ecology
Mimulus guttatus
Erythranthe guttata
adaptation
SYS3002Tucson G/Starr PassWhat is the current extent of our systematic knowledge? A case study in synthesizing phylogenetic data in Orobanchaceae
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SystematicsPaperMortimer, Sebastian; Tank, David.Large-Scale Phylogenetics
Orobanchaceae
supermatrix

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