Create your own conference schedule! Click here for full instructions

Program Browser

Click on the program you would like to browse.

Complete Conference Program

All Programs

Participating Societies

American Bryological and Lichenological Society (ABLS)
American Fern Society (AFS)
American Society of Plant Taxonomists (ASPT)
Botanical Society of America (BSA)
Canadian Botanical Association (CBA/ABC)
Conference Wide
International Association for Plant Taxonomy (IAPT)
Society of Herbarium Curators (SHC)
Southeastern Section
Mycological Section (MSA)

Presentations for Program:: Molecular Ecology

Click on the Abstract you would like to read.

SessionDate/TimeLocationTitleTypeAuthorsKeywords

Monday, July 29th

Monday, July 29th, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm · Arizona Ballroom/Starr Pass
Session P: Contributed Posters: Molecular Ecology Posters
Log in to add this item to your schedule
PME001July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassHerbarium genomics and the invasion of Chorispora tenella (Brassicaceae)
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Poster: Molecular EcologyTurner, Kathryn G.Evolutionary Ecology
invasive plants
aDNA
genomics
herbarium
PME002July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassDwarf Willows Share the Same Sex Determination Regions
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Poster: Molecular EcologyGuo, Minghao; Sanderson, Brian; Hu, Nan; Feng, Guanqiao; Olson, Matt.sex chromosome
salix
drawf willow
PME003July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassDifferent sex determination system in narrowleaf willow Salix exigua compared with other shrub willow species
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Poster: Molecular EcologyHu, Nan; Sanderson, Brian; Feng, Guanqiao; Guo, Minghao; Olson, Matt.sex determination
willow
sex evolution
narrowleaf willow
PME004July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassDrivers of Species Diversification and Floral Mimicry in Geissorhiza (Iridaceae): Phylogeny, Biogeography, and Vulnerability in the Greater Cape Floristic Region
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Poster: Molecular EcologyEifler, Evan; Givnish, Thomas; Lemmon, Alan; Lemmon, Emily; Johnson, Steven.phylogeny
Floral mimicry
biodiversity
Greater Cape Floristic Region
adaptive radiation

Wednesday, July 31st

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
Log in to add this item to your schedule
MOL1001July 31st 1:30 pmSan Pedro 2/Starr PassCauses and consequences of genome size variation in an invasive plant, Centaurea solstitialis
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Oral PaperCang, Alice; Welles, Shana; Dlugosch, Katrina.Genome size
Invasive species
Evolutionary Ecology
flow cytometry
MOL1002July 31st 1:45 pmSan Pedro 2/Starr PassGenomic Signatures of Adaptation Reveal a Role for a Growth-Defense Trade-Off in Invasion
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Oral PaperDlugosch, Katrina.Invase plant species
Population genomics
trait evolution
trade-offs
bioegeographic transitions
MOL1003July 31st 2:00 pmSan Pedro 2/Starr PassEvolutionary change during restoration: a genomic comparison between ex situ, native and commercial seed sources in Helianthus maximiliani
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Oral PaperHamilton, Jill; Waraniak, Justin; Tarble, Zachary; Stockwell, Craig; Prasifka, Jarrad.Restoration 
conservation
adaptation
genomics
Prairie Ecosystems
MOL1004July 31st 2:15 pmSan Pedro 2/Starr PassPaleo-Metagenomics of Late Quaternary Packrat Midden Plant Macrofossils
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Poster: Molecular EcologyHarbert, Robert; Moore, Grace; Cunningham, Seth; Tessler, Michael.metagenomics
packrat midden
Pleistocene
fossil
MOL1005July 31st 2:30 pmSan Pedro 2/Starr PassCommon milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) and the Anthropocene: Insights from population genetics and common garden experiments
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Oral PaperPuzey, Joshua.milkweed
population genetics
asclepias
MOL1006July 31st 2:45 pmSan Pedro 2/Starr PassThe phylogenetic context of herbicide resistance in Amaranthus shows minimal spread through introgression
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Oral PaperHoffberg, Sandra; Eaton, Deren.Amaranthus
herbicide resistance
introgression
MOL1007July 31st 3:00 pmSan Pedro 2/Starr PassEndopolyploidy as a Driver of Plant Tolerance and Resistance
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Oral PaperMesa, Joshua Miles; Paige, Ken.Fitness Compensation
Resistance
Tolerance
Endoreduplication
July 31st 3:15 pmSan Pedro 2/Starr PassBreak
Log in to add this item to your schedule
MOL1009July 31st 3:45 pmSan Pedro 2/Starr PassTiming is everything: Gene Expression Shifts with Sex Expression in a Syncrhonously Dichogamous Plant
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Oral PaperGarrett, Patrick; Moore, Rich.dichogamy
Gene Expression
RNA-seq
MOL1010July 31st 4:00 pmSan Pedro 2/Starr PassComparative digital morphometrics and genotyping-by-sequencing reveals species boundaries are maintained in central North American Vitis
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Oral PaperKlein, Laura; Caito, Madeleine; Hopkins, Danielle; Kingeter, Christian; Knight, Erin; O'Hanlon, Regan; Pretz, Chelsea; Zander, Tracy; Miller, Allison.Genotyping-by-Sequencing
genomics
morphology
Vitis
MOL1011July 31st 4:15 pmSan Pedro 2/Starr PassHigher risk of psyllid-induced dieback in northern populations of grey box (Eucalyptus molucanna)
Log in to add this item to your schedule
Oral PaperFlores-Renteria, Lluvia; Morrow, Jennifer; Hall, Aidan; Esveld, Jessica; Ramadoss, Niveditha; Rymer, Paul; Riegler, Markus.Eucalyptus
climate change
Psyllid oubreak
mortality

Copyright © 2000-2019, Botanical Society of America. All rights reserved