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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
1056 Rangewide Population-Level Variation of Whitebark Pine (Pinus albicaulis) Using Full-Chloroplast Genomes
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Recent Topics PostersArmes, Katie; Cordes, Amanda; Cronn, Richard; Syring, John. Pinus
population genetics
next generation sequencing
SNP
Whitebark pine
cpDNA
84Rapid evolution of phenology during invasion of the grass Microstegium vimineum in North America
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Genetics SectionNovy, Ari; Flory, Luke; Hartman, Jean Marie.invasion
critical daylength
evolution
range expansion
669rbcL and matK earn a thumbs up as the core DNA barcode for ferns
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Pteridological Section/AFSLi, Fay-Wei; Kuo, Li-Yaung; Rothfels, Carl; Ebihara, Astushi; Chiou, Wen-Liang; Windham, Michael; Pryer, Kathleen.
103Reciprocal Illumination: Combining Morphological and Genomic Characters for Species Identification
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Systematics SectionSteele, Pamela; Pires, Joseph.DNA barcoding
citizen science
Next Generation Sequencing
chloroplasts
mitochondria
nuclear ribosomal DNA
537Recognition, reconstruction, and characterization of ancestral filicalean ferns
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Innovations in organismal botany - a tribute to the pioneering studies of Donald A. EggertTomescu, Alexandru.Filicales
fossil
Eggert
euphyllophytes
Phylogeny
Coenopteridales
Tedeleaceae
Sermayaceae
719Reconstructing plant phylogenies using the cDNA sequences of over 900 low copy nuclear genes
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Systematics SectionWickett, Norman J; Duarte, Jill; Wafula, Eric; Leebens-Mack, Jim; DE PAMPHILIS , CLAUDE W.Phylogenomics
transcriptomes
Next Generation Sequencing
454
Illumina
bioinformatics
575Red and White Mulberries (Morus rubra and M. alba: Moraceae) and Their Interspecific Hybrids: the "Real" Red Mulberry is not as Previously Thought
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Conservation BiologySaar, Dayle.Morus rubra
Morus alba
mulberry
758Reflections on Richard Evans Schultes, the Society for Economic Botany and the trajectory of ethnobotanical research
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Healing the planet: medicinal plants and the legacy of Richard E. SchultesBalick, Michael.
1051Regional Climatic Signals Complicated by Local Factors in Late Jurassic Morrison Palynofloras
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Recent Topics PostersBaghai-Riding, Nina; Hotton, Carol.Late Jurassic
Morrison Formation
palynofloras
palynomorphs
222Regulation, Histochemistry, and Structure of Crystal-Producing Idioblast Cells in Dieffenbachia seguine (Araceae)
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Developmental and Structural SectionAmponsem, Ohene; Weston, Erica; Ingram, Brian; Cote, Gary.Calcium oxalate
Dieffenbachia
Araceae
Crystals
herbivory
Cell wall
412Regulatory Legislation for Herbal Products in the European Union. A model worth adopting?
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Society for Economic Botany/BSA Economic Botany SectionBrendler, Thomas.Herbal medicine
natural products
Regulations
European Union
Quality assurance
Traditional Herbal Medicines Directive
177Rehydration Techniques for Dried Leaf Tissue of Badiera (Polygalaceae)
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Developmental and Structural SectionBrauer, Laura; Carlsward, Barbara.rehydration
potassium hydroxide
ammonium hydroxide
leaf
mesophyll
Aerosol OT
555Relating genetic and phenological variation in pecans (Carya illinoinensis) growing in a common garden
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Charles Heiser Special Contributed Paper SessionMiller, Allison; Romero Hernandez, Carolina; Hunt, Ken.domestication
crop wild relatives
genetic variation
phenology
398Relationships among the subfamilies of grasses (Poaceae)
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Systematics SectionGrass Phylogeny Working Group II, .PACMAD
Panicoideae
Chloridoideae
Arundinoideae
Danthonioideae
Micrairoideae
Aristidoideae
C4 photosynthesis
52Relationships between the weedy Amaranthus hybridus and the grain amaranths
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Charles Heiser Special Contributed Paper SessionKietlinski, Kiel; Pratt, Donald.Amaranth
Amaranthus
SNP
SSR
microsatellite
487Relict Populations of Quercus x pauciloba Rydb. (prosp.) [gambelii x turbinella] in Northern Utah
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BiogeographyWellard, Blake.Quercus
hybrid
relict
Biogeography
sclerophyll
132Reproductive biology and genetic diversity in Penstemon degeneri (Plantaginaceae), a rare species endemic to Colorado.
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Systematics SectionWenzel, Aaron; Wolfe, Andrea; English, Carol; Bruederle, Leo.Plantaginaceae
Penstemon
Reproductive biology
Genetic diversity
conservation genetics
rare plant
458Reproductive biology and stress-adaption in Ozark glade endemic plants reveals a counter-intuitive relationship between rarity and reproductive specialization
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Ecological SectionMiller-Struttmann, Nicole.Reproductive biology
Stress-adaptation
pollination
Rarity
295Reproductive Biology of Island Plants
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Pollination BiologyAnderson, Gregory; Crawford, Daniel; Bernardello, Gabriel; Santos, Arnoldo; Perez de Paz, Julia.Islands
Reproductive biology
pollination
breeding systems
mating system
rpl16
483Reproductive Biology of Mushroom Mimicking Dracula Orchids
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Pollination BiologyPolicha, Tobias; Manobanda, Rocio; McAlpine, Jesse; Dentinger, Bryn; Roy, Bitty.mimicry
orchids
fungi
Density-dependent visitation
Context
neotropics
276Reproductive ecology and conservation of a federally threatened Florida Panhandle species, Euphorbia telephioides Chapman (Euphorbiaceae).
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Conservation BiologyOrtiz , Vivian Negron.Euphorbia telephioides
Euphorbiaceae
Reproductive biology
conservation
federally listed plants
threatened
diclinous
Florida
1084Reproductive Ecology of the Invasive Plant Elaeagnus umbellata
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Recent Topics PostersSoley, Nathan; Sipes, Sedonia.invasive plant
pollination
Breeding system
outcrossing
bees
1101Reproductive isolation between two species of morning glories
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Recent Topics PostersEserman, Lauren; Brown, Alyssa; Miller, Richard E.crossing experiment
reproductive isolation
Ipomoea
species delimitation
505Research Agendas on Native American Reservations: Who Should be in the Drivers Seat and Why Its Important
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Education Sharing our Ethnobotany Curriculum: the Open Science ApproachPrettyPaint-Small, Valerie.
272Research Methods in Pedagogy
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Grab that Research Baton and Teach: Bessey Award WinnersSundberg, Marshall.
247Resource partitioning of soil organic phosphorus: Investigations from a tropical montane forest
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Incorporating microbes into plant community ecologySteidinger, Brian; Dalling, Jim; Turner, Ben.mycorrhiza
resource partitioning
soil organic phosphorus
tropical montane forest
140Response of flowering phenology and duration of reproduction to warming and soil moisture in a tallgrass prairie
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Plant reproductive strategies under environmental stressSherry, Rebecca.flowering phenology
Duration of flowering
climate change
lag effects
611Response of plant-associated fungal communities to N deposition in an alpine tundra ecosystem
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsYeraballi, Sagar; Hicks, Sarah; Gossage, Zachary; Sinsabaugh, Robert; Suding, Katherine; Sinsabaugh, Robert; Porras-Alfaro, Andrea.
137Responses of respiration and photosynthesis to spilled oil in coastal wetland grasses
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EcophysiologyCaudle, Keri; Maricle, Brian.petroleum hydrocarbons
alcohol dehydrogenase
Spartina alterniflora
Phalaris arundinacea
Phragmites australis
366Resurrecting, Reorganizing, and Refocusing the Cal Poly Pomona Herbarium: Creating an Active Learning Environment While Maintaining a Trading Herbarium in LA County
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Systematics SectionBobich , Edward George; Ewers, Frank.Herbarium
California flora
Student learning
237Richard Evans Schultes in the Northwest Amazon
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Healing the planet: medicinal plants and the legacy of Richard E. SchultesZarucchi, James.Schultes
ethnobotany
Amazon
Colombia
112Roles of a leaf polarity gene in dissected leaf development
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Evolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Gleissberg, Stefan; Hidalgo, Oriane; Bartholmes, Conny.leaf polarity
leaf dissection
bifaciality
unifaciality
YABBY
85Root Foraging: A General Botany Project that Demonstrates Plant Behavior
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Teaching SectionRice, Stanley.roots
foraging
science education
experimental design
hypothesis testing
323Rooting the Paleozoic's largest trees; morphology, development, and homologies of Stigmaria
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Innovations in organismal botany - a tribute to the pioneering studies of Donald A. EggertRothwell, Gar.bipolar growth
polar auxin regulation
rhizomorph evolution
tree architecture
335Royal Catchfly (Silene regia) Floral Development in Response to Photoperiod
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Ecological SectionWildenberg, Amanda; Coons, Janice; Coutant, Nancy.photoperiod
flowering
developmental age
604ry and Economic Botany: Some Methodological Reflections
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Historical SectionTouwaide, Alain.History
research methods
Primary sources
Written record of ancient practice
Manuscripts
Early printed books
comparative methods

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