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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
164Harvesting the cereals in search of phylogenetic signal
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Systematics SectionEstep , Matt C; Vela Diaz, Dilys; Kellogg, Elizabeth.Marker development
473Haustorial structural diversity across parasitic Orobanchaceae
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Developmental and Structural SectionMorawetz, Jeffery.haustorium
parasitic plant
Orobanchaceae
sieve elements
445Healing Biodiversity by Large Scale Seagrass Restoration in Anthropogenic Modified Settings with Resulting Persistent(up to 38 yr) Seagrass Beds including Reassembled Biodiversity
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Physiological SectionThorhaug, Anitra.seagrass restoration
Halodule wrightii
Thalassia testudinum
Syringodium filiforme
Halophila englemanii
seagrass plugs
Kingston Harbor
Laguna Madre, Texas
Biscayne Bay , Florida
persistent seagrass meadows
seagrass cut by machines
seagrass sprigs
seagrass seedlings and seeds
seagrass sods
propeller scars healed by seagrass
Jamaica
Gulf of Mexico seagrass
Florida
Texas
404Healing Mangrove Biodiversity: oil spills, dispersants and mangrove restoration
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Strategies for healing our coast lines: Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, erosion and urban degradation: progress for the North American future marine macro-plantsTeas, Howard; Thorhaug, Anitra; Coons, Janice.biodiversity
mangrove
dispersants
oil spill
dispersant response
oil response
Panama
gulf of Mexico
Ixtoc
mangrove restoration
415Healing the Biodiversity of Dominant Plants of the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and the Greater Caribbean Coastlines after Industrial pollutants and Development Degradation.
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Strategies for healing our coast lines: Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, erosion and urban degradation: progress for the North American future marine macro-plantsThorhaug, Anitra; Coons, Janice.Gulf of MExico
Mangroves
seagrass
marshes
Atlantic coastline
Biodiversity
resource degradation
oil spill
dredge and fill
seagrass restoration
mangrove restoration
marsh restoration
Greater Caribbean Sea
1074High genetic diversity in a remote island population system: sans sex
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Recent Topics PostersKarlin, Eric F..Sphagnum
clone
Hawaii
long-distance dispersal
population genetics
vegetative propagation
74High night temperature and ethylene reception inhibition effects on rice (Oryza sativa L.) morphology, phenology and physiology
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Physiological SectionMohammed, Abdul; Holgate, Leon; Tarpley, Lee.High night temperature
Rice
Respiration
Pollen germination
651History of Botany: The Missouri Connection
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History of Botany: The Missouri ConnectionGrant, Marissa; Kass, Lee B.Missouri botany
19th Century Botany
Thomas Nuttall
George Engelmann
Albert Hitchcock
Edgar Anderson
William J. Robbins
Lewis J. Stadler
Barbara McClintock
375Hmong culinary and medicinal plants grown in Fresno County California
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Society for Economic Botany/BSA Economic Botany SectionMolinar, Richard; Yang, Michael; Dean, Ellen.Hmong
Medicinal herbs
Culinary herbs
California
Cooperative Extension
ethnobotany
Herbaria
70Homoploid hybrid speciation in a rare endemic Castilleja from Idaho
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Systematics SectionClay, Danielle; Smith, James; Novak, Stephen; Serpe, Marcelo.Homoploid hybrid speciation
Castilleja
single copy nuclear gene
morphology
76Homoploid hybrid speciation in Louisiana Iris
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Genetics SectionTaylor, Sunni; Martin, Noland.hybrid speciation
hybridization
660Honoring Those Who Came Before: Native American Ethnobotany at the Missouri Botanical Garden
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Society for Economic Botany/BSA Economic Botany SectionWalker, Karen.Lakota People
Dakota People
ethnobotany
Native American
Sioux
South Dakota
North Dakota
339Host identity has a greater impact on rhizosphere fungal communities than habitat in an alpine ecosystem
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsBecklin, Katie M.; Hertweck, Kate; Jumpponen, Ari.alpine
Arbuscular mycorrhizae
Rhizosphere
Host preference
diversity
1008Hot and Dry: Tradeoffs in floral traits in response to temperature and water stress
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Recent Topics PostersMudd, Samuel J; Jorgensen, Rachael; Seshadri, Arathi.
935How an Ethnobotanical/Medicinal Course Evolved Forty Years ago at Washington University
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Education Sharing our Ethnobotany Curriculum: the Open Science ApproachLewis, Walter.Education
medical ethnobotany
ethnobotany
124How can botanic gardens help us prevent plant blindness?
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Grab that Research Baton and Teach: Bessey Award WinnersWandersee, James.plant blindness theory
botanic gardens
marquee plant
228How distinct are the geographically isolated coastal populations of ponderosa pines in the Willamette Valley of Oregon and Fort Lewis, Washington?
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Systematics SectionFinch, Kristen; Meyers, Stephen; Willyard, Ann.species delimitation
microsatellite
Phylogeny
266How does a weed arise? Genetic evidence for the origin of the Midwestern agricultural weed Amaranthus tuberculatus (Amaranthaceae)
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Population GeneticsWaselkov, Katherine; Olsen, Kenneth; Schaal, Barbara.Amaranthaceae
agricultural weed
population genetics
adaptation
410How floristic data can inform historical biogeography: an example from the Caucasian monocot, gymnosperm, and pteridophyte flora
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BiogeographyMavrodiev, Evgeny; Laktionov, A. P.; Cellinese, Nico.Caucasus flora
Biogeography
maximum likelihood
Parsimony Analysis of Endemicity
472How genetically distinct are the isolated ponderosa pines of southern Arizona?
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Systematics SectionVasudevan, Hari; Telewski, Frank; Marquardt, Paula; Willyard, Ann.species delimitation
microsatellite
Phylogeny
356How known is well-known? Progress in lichenology in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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Systematics SectionTripp, Erin; Lendemer, James; Harris, Richard.Biodiversity
eastern north america
lichen
collections
national park
appalachian
671How many species of Luffa (Cucurbitaceae) are there? Relationships in a small genus of worldwide distribution.
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Charles Heiser Special Contributed Paper SessionFilipowicz, Natalia; Schaefer, Hanno; Renner, Susanne.Luffa
Cucurbitaceae
325Hunting, Hallucinogens and Health: The use of canine ethnoveterinary medicines by the Shuar and Quichua of Amazonian Ecuador
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70 Years After Schultes: Economic Botany from the Andes to the AmazonBennett, Bradley C..dogs
hallucinogens
Quichua
Shuar
559Hydrocharismorsus-ranae (European frogbit, Hydrocharitaceae):Growth response of an aquatic invasive plant to additions of nitrogen and phosphorous
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Ecological SectionCollins, Jennifer; Martine, Christopher.Hydrocharis morsus-ranae
Invasive Species
floating aquatic
nitrogen and phosphorous

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