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SessionDate/TimeLocationTitleTypeAuthorsKeywords
Saturday, July 31st · 8:15 am to 9:15 am · Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)
Session F1a: Discussion Session: Letting students design their own investigative laboratories
Presider: Alice Stanford, University of the Virgin Islands
F1a-1July 31st
8:15 am
Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)Letting students design their own investigative laboratoriesEducationStanford, Alice.
July 31st
9:15 am
Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)Break
Saturday, July 31st · 8:15 am to 9:15 am · Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)
Session F1b: Discussion Session: Reforming undergraduate education in botany in light of the National Research Council’s Bio 2010 report
Presider: Jeffrey M. Osborn, Truman State University
F1b-1July 31st
8:15 am
Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)Reforming undergraduate education in botany in light of the National Research Council’s Bio 2010 reportEducationOsborn, Jeffrey M..
Saturday, July 31st · 9:30 am to 10:30 am · Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)
Session F2a: Discussion Session: Building the Tree of Life
Presider: Brent Mishler, University of California, Berkeley
F2a-1July 31st
9:30 am
Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)Building the Tree of LifeEducationMishler, Brent, Fisher, Kirsten, Kelchner, Scot A..
Saturday, July 31st · 9:30 am to 10:30 am · Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)
Session F2b: Discussion Session: Exotics in the wilderness: A version of “citizen science” at Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory
Presider: Michael Ira Kelrick, Truman State University
F2b-1July 31st
9:30 am
Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)Exotics in the wilderness: A version of “citizen science” at Rocky Mountain Biological LaboratoryEducationKelrick, Michael Ira.
Saturday, July 31st · 10:30 am to 11:00 am · Atrium Patio (Cliff Lodge)
Session : Reception: Education Forum - Morning Break
July 31st
10:30 am
Atrium Patio (Cliff Lodge)Break
Saturday, July 31st · 11:00 am to 12:00 pm · Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)
Session F3a: Discussion Session: NSF funding opportunities that support undergraduate research and education
Presider: Muriel E. Poston, National Science Foundation
F3a-1July 31st
11:00 am
Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)NSF funding opportunities that support undergraduate research and educationEducationPoston, Muriel E..
Saturday, July 31st · 11:00 am to 12:00 pm · Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)
Session F3b: Discussion Session: What are the most important things for students to learn in our introductory courses?
Presider: Stanley A. Rice, Southeastern Oklahoma State University
F3b-1July 31st
11:00 am
Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)What are the most important things for students to learn in our introductory courses?EducationRice, Stanley A..
Saturday, July 31st · 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm · Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)
Session F4a: Discussion Session: Digital imaging for the plant biology laboratory
Presider: Pamela K. Diggle, University of Colorado
F4a-1July 31st
1:30 pm
Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)Digital Imaging for the Plant Biology LaboratoryEducationDiggle, Pamela K., Friedman, William E..
Saturday, July 31st · 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm · Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)
Session F4b: Discussion Session: Laboratory instruction in economic botany
Presider: Joseph E. Armstrong, Illinois State University
F4b-1July 31st
1:30 pm
Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)Laboratory instruction in economic botanyEducationArmstrong, Joseph E., Coykendall, Mark.
Saturday, July 31st · 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm · Maybird (Cliff Lodge)
Session F4c: Discussion Session: Botany in the pre-college classroom: Setting up professional development workshops for K-12 teachers
Presider: D. Timothy Gerber, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
F4c-1July 31st
1:30 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Botany in the pre-college classroom: Setting up professional development workshops for K-12 teachersEducationGerber, D. Timothy, Kramer, David W..
Saturday, July 31st · 2:45 pm to 3:45 pm · Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)
Session F5a: Discussion Session: Non-majors botany: An interdisciplinary approach incorporating literature and art
Presider: Beverly J. Brown, Nazareth College of Rochester
F5a-1July 31st
2:45 pm
Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)Non-majors botany: An interdisciplinary approach incorporating literature and artEducationBrown, Beverly J., Denno, Jerry P..
Saturday, July 31st · 2:45 pm to 3:45 pm · Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)
Session F5b: Discussion Session: Image analysis software: A useful tool for learning and analyzing cellular and anatomical structures
Presider: J. Henry Slone, Francis Marion University
F5b-1July 31st
2:45 pm
Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)Image Analysis Software: A Useful Tool for Learning and Analyzing Cellular and Anatomical StructuresEducationSlone, J. Henry.
Saturday, July 31st · 2:45 pm to 3:45 pm · Maybird (Cliff Lodge)
Session F5c: Discussion Session: Meeting the challenge posed by Botany 2003 Keynote speaker (Dr. Bruce Alberts) and the Sci- Adventure
Presider: William Dahl, Botanical Society of America
F5c-0July 31st
2:45 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Meeting the challenge posed by Botany 2003 Keynote speaker (Dr. Bruce Alberts) and the Sci-π adventureEducationDahl, William, Master, Dave.
Saturday, July 31st · 3:45 pm to 4:15 pm · Atrium Patio (Cliff Lodge)
Session : Reception: Education Forum - Afternoon Break
July 31st
3:45 pm
Atrium Patio (Cliff Lodge)Break
Saturday, July 31st · 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm · Superior (Cliff Lodge)
Session FK: Special Lecture: Education Forum - Keynote Address
Presider: Linda E. Graham, University of Wisconsin-Madison
July 31st
4:15 pm
Superior (Cliff Lodge)Eugenie C. Scott, National Center for Science Education - “Just when you thought it was safe to teach evolution….”
Saturday, July 31st · 5:15 pm to 7:00 pm · Atrium Patio (Cliff Lodge)
Session : Reception: Education Forum - Reception
July 31st
5:15 pm
Atrium Patio (Cliff Lodge)Reception
Saturday, July 31st · 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm · Aerie Dining Room (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: BSA Executive Committee Meeting
Presider: Linda E. Graham, University of Wisconsin-Madison
July 31st
7:00 pm
Aerie Dining Room (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Sunday, August 1st · 8:00 am to 10:00 am · Board Room (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: BSA Financial Advisory Committee Meeting
Presider: Harry T. Horner, Iowa State University
August 1st
8:00 am
Board Room (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Sunday, August 1st · 8:30 am to 4:00 pm · Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: ASPT Council Meeting and Luncheon
Presider: Lucinda A. McDade, Academy of Natural Sciences
August 1st
8:30 am
Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Sunday, August 1st · 10:30 am to 1:00 pm · Board Room (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: BSA Centennial Planning Committee Meeting and Luncheon
Presider: Harry T. Horner, Iowa State University
August 1st
10:30 am
Board Room (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Sunday, August 1st · 11:30 am to 1:00 pm · White Pine (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: BSA New Committee Chair Meeting and Luncheon
Presider: Allison Snow, Ohio State University
August 1st
11:30 am
White Pine (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Sunday, August 1st · 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm · Superior B (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: BSA Council Meeting
Presider: Linda E. Graham, University of Wisconsin-Madison
August 1st
1:00 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Sunday, August 1st · 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm · Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: UMEB Undergraduate Student and Mentor Orientation Meeting
Presider: Karen S. Renzaglia, Southern Illinois University
August 1st
5:00 pm
Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Sunday, August 1st · 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm · Ballroom 1 & 2 (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Student Projectionists Meeting
Presider: Johanne Stogran,
August 1st
5:00 pm
Ballroom 1 & 2 (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Sunday, August 1st · 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm · Board Room (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: AFS Council Meeting
Presider: Christopher H. Haufler, University of Kansas
August 1st
6:00 pm
Board Room (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Sunday, August 1st · 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm · Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: ABLS Executive Committee Meeting
Presider: James D. Lawrey,
August 1st
7:00 pm
Wasatch B (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Sunday, August 1st · 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm · Ballroom 1 & 2 (Cliff Lodge)
Session P: Special Lecture: Plenary Lecture: Rita R. Colwell
Presider: Linda E. Graham, University of Wisconsin-Madison
P-1August 1st
7:30 pm
Ballroom 1 & 2 (Cliff Lodge)Organismal Biology in PRIME TIMESpecial AddressColwell, Dr. Rita R..
Sunday, August 1st · 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm · Conference Center Terrace (Cliff Lodge)
Mixer: All-Society Mixer
August 1st
8:30 pm
Conference Center Terrace (Cliff Lodge)Mixer
Monday, August 2nd · 7:30 am to 8:30 am · Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)
Breakfast: ABLS Breakfast
August 2nd
7:30 am
Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)Breakfast
Monday, August 2nd · 8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Alpine A (Snowbird Center)
Session 1: Contributed Papers: Homology, Genes and Ontology
Presider: Rodger C. Evans, Acadia University
1-1August 2nd
8:00 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Homologies of floral structures in PandanalesPaperRudall, Paula J..homology
flower
Pandanales
1-2August 2nd
8:15 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Floral developmental morphology of Amborella (Amborellaceae), the sister to other extant angiospermsPaperBuzgo, Matyas, Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E., Soltis, Douglas E..floral development
floral evolution
Floral morphology
Floral o­ntogeny
transcription factors
Amborella
homeosis
1-3August 2nd
8:30 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Systematics and floral ontogeny of Bourreria (Ehretiaceae, Boraginales)PaperGottschling, Marc.anatomy
Boraginales
Ehretiaceae
flower
fruit
development
morphology
systematics
1-4August 2nd
8:45 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Integration of reproductive meristem fates by a SEPALLATA-like MADS box gene: the packaging of seed plant sexualityPaperUimari, Anne, Kotilainen, Mika, Elomaa, Paula, Yu, Deyue, Albert, Victor A., Teeri, Teemu H..meristem fate
reproductive modules
seed plants
Gerbera
Asteraceae
MADS box genes
SEPALLATA
E function
ABC model
ABCDE model
pleiotropy
1-5August 2nd
9:00 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Understanding the relationship between Balsaminaceae and Marcgraviaceae: a search for evidence from morphology and floral developmental genesPaperGeuten, K., Theiβen, Günter, Caris, P., Lens, F., Smets, E..Ericales
Balsaminaceae
Marcgraviaceae
MADS-box genes
B-function
Floral ontogeny
Palynology
wood anatomy
ABC model
1-6August 2nd
9:15 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Comparative o­ntogenetic Data for a Molecular Phylogenetic Hypothesis: implications for the origin of Maloideae from "Spiraeoideae"PaperEvans, Rodger C., Dickinson, Timothy A., Campbell, Christopher S..Maloideae
floral development
phylogeny
Molecular
epigynous
perigynous
ovule
ovary
gynoecium
polyploid origin
1-7August 2nd
9:30 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Codon bias, synonymous rate difference, and functional divergence in duplicate PISTILLATA-like genes of Hawaiian Clermontia (Lobelioideae: Campanulaceae)PaperLindqvist, Charlotte, Teeri, Teemu H., Jobson, Richard W., Albert, Victor A..MADS box genes
heterochrony
gene silencing
gene evolution
B-function
PISTILLATA
APETALA3
Hawaii
Campanulaceae
Lobelioideae
August 2nd
10:00 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Break
1-8August 2nd
10:15 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Crossosomatales: floral structure and systematic relationshipsPaperMatthews, Merran L., Endress, Peter K..anatomy
androecium
compitum
core eudicots
gynoecium
histology
Floral morphology
ovules
perianth
pollen
rosids
1-9August 2nd
10:30 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)A novel type of heterodichogamy in Hernandia (Hernandiaceae)PaperEndress, Peter K., Lorence, David H.floral development

Hernandia
Hernandiaceae
Heterodichogamy
Lauraceae
Laurales
nectaries
unisexual flowers
1-10August 2nd
10:45 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Comparative morphology of reproductive structures in heterosporous water ferns: the homology of the sporocarp reexaminedPaperNagalingum, Nathalie S., Schneider, Harald, Pryer, Kathleen M..heterosporous ferns
sporocarp
sorus
morphology
homology
1-11August 2nd
11:00 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Fusion and optimization in plants: a Superformular perspectivePaperGielis, Johan.development
Floral morphology
leaf architecture
1-12August 2nd
11:15 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Overview of the Plant Ontology Consortium: goals and general structurePaperKellogg, Elizabeth, Stein, Lincoln, McCouch, Susan, Rhee, Seung, Jaiswal, Pankaj, Stevens, Peter, Ware, Doreen, Vincent, Leszek, Polacco, Mary, Reiser, Leonore, Sachs, Marty, Zapata, Felipe, Avraham, Shulamit, Ilic, Katica.bioinformatics
characters
comparative genomics
morphology
1-13August 2nd
11:30 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Developing the Plant Ontologies: examples and computational toolsPaperZapata, Felipe, Stein, Lincoln, McCouch, Susan, Rhee, Seung, Jaiswal, Pankaj, Stevens, Peter, Ware, Doreen, Vincent, Leszek, Polacco, Mary, Reiser, Leonore, Sachs, Marty, Kellogg, Elizabeth, Avraham, Shulamit, Ilic, Katica.anatomy
bioinformatics
comparative genomics
comparative plant morphology
development
morphology
Monday, August 2nd · 8:00 am to 12:30 pm · Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)
Session 2: Contributed Papers: Aquatics, Paleoherbs, and Monocots I
Presider: Kenneth M. Cameron, New York Botanical Garden
2-1August 2nd
8:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Molecular systematics of calcareous dinoflagellatesPaperGottschling, Marc, Plötner, Jörg, Willems, Helmut, Keupp, Helmut.phylogeny
ITS
Calciodinelloideae
5.8S rRNA
distribution
cyst
theka
morphology
archeopyle
cyst wall ultrastructure
2-2August 2nd
8:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Application of Bayesian analysis of ribosomal and tubulin gene sequences to unresolved issues in the origin of green plants: Phylogenetic relationships of Mesostigma viride and Apusomonas proboscideaPaperKim, Eunsoo, Wilcox, Lee, Graham, Linda E..Apusomonas
glaucophytes
Mesostigma
Plantae
red algae
streptophytes
Viridiplantae
2-3August 2nd
8:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Estimation of divergence times and biogeography of major clades in NymphaealesPaperYoo, Mi-Jeong, Bell, Charles D., Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E..Nymphaeales
divergence times
biogeographic pattern
dipersal and vicariance
2-4August 2nd
8:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny and systematics of Aponogeton (Aponogetonaceae) with an emphasis on Australian speciesPaperLes, Donald, Moody, Michael, Jacobs, Surrey.molecular systematics
aquatic plants
trnK
ITS
phylogenetics
2-5August 2nd
9:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Pattern of Variation and Systematics of Nymphaea odorata: morphological and molecular evidencePaperWoods, Kristi, Hilu, Khidir W., Wiersema, John, Borsch, Thomas.Nymphaea
North America
population genetic diversity
trnT-F
systematics
ITS
2-6August 2nd
9:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Getting wet in a sunburnt country: Phylogenetics of Haloragaceae R. br. inferred from nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequencesPaperMoody, Michael L., Les, Donald H..Haloragaceae
matK
ITS
phylogeny
Myriophyllum
2-7August 2nd
9:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Preliminary phylogenetic placement of African species of Piper (Piperaceae) using data from chloroplast DNA and low copy nuclear gene glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase (G3pdh)PaperStevens, Angela C., Mollerup, Audrey, Wong, Wee Seng, Davidson, Christopher, Smith, James F..Piper
biogeography
Africa
South America
Pacific
2-8August 2nd
9:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny of the monocotyledons based on ndhF sequence variation: evidence for widespread concerted convergencePaperGivnish, TJ, Pires, JC, Graham, SW, McPherson, MA, Prince, LM, Patterson, TB, Rai, HS, Roalson, ER, Evans, TM, Hahn, HJ, Millam, KC, Meerow, AW, Molvray, M, Kores, P, O'Brien, HE, Kress, W. John, Hall, Jocelyn, Sytsma, Kenneth J..adaptive radiation
concerted convergence
adaptation
2-9August 2nd
10:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Leave it to the leaves: a preliminary phylogeny of Malaxideae (Epidendroideae, Orchidaceae) based on nuclear and plastid DNA sequence data.PaperCameron, Kenneth M..Orchidaceae
molecular phylogenetics
matK
ITS
epiphytes
2-10August 2nd
10:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny and systematics of the brazilian ‘Maxillaria madida’ alliance (Maxillariinae: Orchidaceae): a group got the shrinksPaperKoehler, Samantha, Singer, Rodrigo, Williams, N. H., Whitten, W. M., do Amaral, Maria do Carmo.Maxillaria
Orchidaceae
ITS1-2
trnL-F
matK
August 2nd
10:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Break
2-11August 2nd
10:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Exploring the threshold of incipient sympatric speciation in European terrestrial orchidsPaperBateman, Richard M, Tali, K, Fay, MF, Rudall, PJ, James, K.speciation
Orchidaceae
2-12August 2nd
11:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Insights into the evolution and biogeography of Western European species complexes in Dactylorhiz (Orchidaceae)PaperFay, Michael F., Pillon, Yohan, Hedrén, Mikael, Bateman, Richard M, Chase, Mark W..ITS
Orchidaceae
plastid DNA
plastid microsatellites
allotetraploids
Dactylorhiza
2-13August 2nd
11:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)A chloroplast phylogeny of Phalaenopsis (Orchidaceae) based on multiple sequencesPaperJarrell, David C., Janelsins, Brian M., Hamed, Hossein H..chloroplast DNA sequence
matK
Orchidaceae
Phalaenopsis
phylogeny
rps16 intron
accD-psaI spacer
2-14August 2nd
11:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic analysis of the genus Canistropsis BromeliaceaePaperBrown, Gregory K., Leme, Elton.Bromeliaceae
Bromelioideae
Canistropsis
phylogenetics
2-15August 2nd
11:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)A survey of leaf anatomy in Bromeliaceae subfamily BromelioideaePaperSchmidt, Rachel, Brown, Gregory K..Bromeliaceae
Bromealioideae
leaf anatomy
2-16August 2nd
12:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)A survey of fruits, ovaries, and seeds of the Bromelioideae (Bromeliaceae)PaperWade, Dylan J., Brown, Gregory K..fruit
ovary
seed
morphology
anatomy
Bromelioideae
Bromeliaceae
2-17August 2nd
12:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Endophytes of BromeliadsPaperTuthill, Dorothy E..endophytes
Bromeliaceae
Monday, August 2nd · 8:00 am to 12:45 pm · Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)
Session 3: Contributed Papers: Asterales
Presider: Vicki A Funk, Smithsonian Institution
3-1August 2nd
8:00 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)A family wide phylogeny of Campanulaceae based on three chloroplast gene sequences, atpB, matK, and rbcLPaperPeñaflor, Cynthia, Jansen, Robert K., Eddie, William M. M., Lee, Tammy, Dang, Ashley, Cortes-Burns, Helen, Raubeson, Linda, Oestreich, Andrea, Edwards, Erika, Kim, Sang-Tae, Cellinese, Nico.Campanulaceae
chloroplast DNA
molecular phylogenetics
3-2August 2nd
8:15 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic analysis of Nemacladus including Parishella (Campanulaceae s.l.) based o­n nuclear and chloroplast sequence dataPaperAyers, Tina, Currie, Michael W., Morin, Nancy.cladistic analysis
Nemacladus
Parishella
Campanulaceae
ITS
atpB
biogeography
3-3August 2nd
8:30 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Intriguing southwestern endemics: characteristics and relationships of Nemacladus and Parishella (Campanulaceae s.l.)PaperMorin, Nancy, Ayers, Tina.Campanulaceae
Floral morphology
nectary
SEM
Nemacladus
Parishella
3-4August 2nd
8:45 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Using a supertree to understand the diversity and distribution of the CompositaePaperFunk, Vicki A, Bayer, R.J., Keeley, S., Chan, R., Watson, L., Gemeinholzer, B., Schilling, E., Panero, J.L., Baldwin, B.G., Garcia-Jacas, N., Susanna, A., Jansen, R.K..Compositae
Asteraceae
Arctoteae
phylogeny
molecular systematics
Unrooted networks
supertree
biogeography
3-5August 2nd
9:00 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)The importance of outgroup selection and the use of unrooted networks in determining the phylogeny of the tribe Arctoteae (Compositae: subfamily Cichorioideae sensu stricto) using trnL-F, ndhF, and ITPaperFunk, Vicki A, Chan, Raymund.Compositae
Asteraceae
Arctoteae
molecular systematics
South Africa
3-6August 2nd
9:15 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)A Combined ITS and ETS phylogeny of Balsamorhiza and Wyethia (Asteraceae: Heliantheae)PaperMoore, Abigail J., Bohs, Lynn.Asteraceae
ETS
molecular phylogeny
Balsamorhiza
Wyethia
Heliantheae
3-7August 2nd
9:30 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Nuclear and plastid DNA sequences suggest generic segregation of subgenus Oporinia from Leontodon (Asteraceae, Lactuceae)PaperSamuel, Rosabelle, Stuessy, Tod F., Gutermann, Walter, Zidorn, Christian, Hermanowski, Barbara, Ehrendorfer, Friedrich.Leontodon
Asteraceae
ITS
matK
trnL/F
Oporinia
3-8August 2nd
9:45 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic Signal and Congruence in Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA Data in the Vernonieae (Asteraceae)PaperKeeley, Sterling C., Forsman, Zac H., Chan, R..ITS sequence
adaptive radiation
biogeography
chloroplast DNA
cladistic analysis
Compositae
computationally intensive analyses
cpDNA
divergence time estimates
geographical distribution
Hawaii
island biogeography
long-distance dispersal
molecular phylogenetics
molecular systematics
ndhF
nrDNA ITS sequences
nucleotide characters
Pacific
partitioned models
PAUP*
phylogenetic systematics
phylogeny reconstruction
plant systematics
radiation
sunflower
trnL-F
Vernonieae
Asteraceae
congruence
3-9August 2nd
10:00 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic relationships among the genera of the subtribe Sonchinae (Asteraceae: Lactuceae) based on ITS and matK sequencesPaperKim, Seung-Chul, Lee, Chunghee, Jenks, Aaron A., Mejias, Jose A..Sonchinae
ITS
matK
Dendroseridinae
phylogeny
3-10August 2nd
10:15 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)The phylogeny of the woody Sonchus alliance (Asteraceae: Sonchinae) based on chloroplast and low copy nuclear gene sequencesPaperLee, Chunghee, Kim, Seung-Chul, Santos-Guerra, Arnoldo.woody Sonchus alliance
adaptive radiation
Macaronesian islands
ITS
cpDNA
low copy nuclear genes
August 2nd
10:30 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Break
3-11August 2nd
10:45 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Evolutionary and historical biogeographic perspectives on the genus Arnica (Asteraceae-Madiea): nuclear ribosomal DNA evidencePaperAndreasen, Katarina, Baldwin, Bruce G..nrDNAETS
nuclear ribosomal DNA
Asteraceae
Compositae
Madieae
Arnica
Whitneya
polyploidy
phylogeny
nrDNA ITS
hybridization
biogeography
3-12August 2nd
11:00 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny and biogeography of North American Gaillardia (Asteraceae)PaperMarlowe, K., Hufford, Larry.phylogeny reconstruction
biogeography
Asteraceae
Gaillardia
3-13August 2nd
11:15 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny and Character Evolution in California Coreopsis (Asteraceae): Insights from Morphology and from Sequences of the Nuclear and Plastid GenomesPaperMort, Mark E., Crawford, Daniel J..Asteraceae
Coreopsis
phylogeny
Character evolution
3-14August 2nd
11:30 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Diversification of Encelia (Asteraceae) in the Sonoran and Mojave DesertsPaperFehlberg, Shannon D., Ranker, Tom A..Asteraceae
phylogenetics
Encelia
3-15August 2nd
11:45 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Gene expression in Tragopogon miscellus (Asteraceae), a recent and reciprocally formed allopolyploidPaperTate, Jennifer A., Chen, Z. Jeffrey, Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E..Asteraceae
polyploidy
Tragopogon
cDNA-AFLP
gene expression
3-16August 2nd
12:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Sexual Erigeron strigosus (Asteraceae) in the southeastern United StatesPaperNoyes, Richard D., Allison, James R..Erigeron
Asteraceae
tetraspory
ITS
ETS
Monday, August 2nd · 8:00 am to 11:45 am · Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 4: Symposium: After the book – Progress in parasitic plant research since Kuijt’s Biology of Parasitic Flowering Plants (1969), Part I
Presider: Lytton John Musselman, Old Dominion University
4-1August 2nd
8:00 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Parasitic Weeds in World Agriculture–The Best of Times, the Worst of TimesSymposiumMusselman, Lytton John.development
Sahel
Striga
Orobanche
Cuscuta
parasitic weeds
witchweeds
broomrapes
dodders
4-2August 2nd
8:30 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeny and biogeography of OrobanchaceaeSymposiumWolfe, Andrea D., Randle, Christopher P., Steiner, Kim E..biogeography
ITS
Orobanchaceae
Parasitic plant
phylogeny
Scrophulariaceae
4-3August 2nd
9:00 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Physiological traits of root hemiparasitic Orobanchaceae (ex-Scrophulariaceae): implications for community structure and functionSymposiumPress, Malcolm C..ecophysiology
Orobanchaceae
parasitic plants
physiology
August 2nd
9:30 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Break
4-4August 2nd
9:45 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Molecular Biology of Parasitism in OrobancheSymposiumWestwood, James.Orobanche
Genetic engineering
Parasitic plant
4-5August 2nd
10:15 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Phytochrome evolution in OrobanchaceaeSymposiumBennett, Jonathan, Mathews, Sarah.phytochrome
Orobanchaceae
molecular evolution
4-6August 2nd
10:45 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Evidence for photosynthetic potential across the parasitic plant genus Cuscuta using complete plastid genome sequencesSymposiumMcNeal, Joel R., Boore, Jeffrey L., Kuehl, Jennifer, dePamphilis, Claude W..Cuscuta
parasitic plants
plastid genome evolution
photosynthesis
Convolvulaceae
Monday, August 2nd · 8:10 am to 12:00 am · Maybird (Cliff Lodge)
Session 5: Contributed Papers: Paleobotanical Section - Monday am - Contributed papers
Presider: Steven R. Manchester, University of Florida
August 2nd
8:10 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Introduction
5-1August 2nd
8:15 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Comparative geochemistry suggests Prototaxites was a gigantic fungusPaperBoyce, C. Kevin, Hotton, Carol, Fogel, Marilyn L., Cody, George D., Hazen, Robert M., Knoll, Andrew H..paleoecology
Paleozoic
soil crusts
geochemistry
fungi
5-2August 2nd
8:30 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Cryptospore Evolution during the Lower PaleozoicPaperStrother, Paul K, Taylor, Wilson A..cryptospore
Cambrian
paleopalynology
5-3August 2nd
8:45 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)The case for a land flora in the Cambrian - ultrastructural evidencePaperTaylor, Wilson A..Cambrian
cryptospore
embryophytes
Paleozoic
5-4August 2nd
9:00 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Langoxylon asterochlaenoideum (Stockmans1968): a fern-like plant from the Middle Devonian of BelgiumPaperScheckler, Stephen E., Skog, Judith E..Langoxylon
Devonian
Euphyllophyte
Fern-like
August 2nd
9:15 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Break
5-5August 2nd
9:30 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)The ovulate cupules of Charbeckia macrophylla: new evidence contributing to a whole-plant concept for this possible representative of the CalamopityalesPaperKnaus, M. Jane.Lower Carboniferous,
early seed-plants
seed cupules
leaf architecture
Calamopityales
Carboniferous
seed cupules
leaf architecture
5-6August 2nd
9:45 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Four Early Permian Sequential Floras From Inner Mongolia, ChinaPaperPfefferkorn, Hermann, Wang, Jun.paleoecology
Permian
Peat
Cathaysian Flora
5-7August 2nd
10:00 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Paulophyton and Kegelidium, fertile structures from the Poti Formation (Early Carboniferous, northeastern Brazil)PaperIannuzzi, Roberto, Pfefferkorn, Hermann.Paulophyton
Kegelidium
Visean
Mississippian
Poti Formation
Brazil
Parnaiba Basin
5-8August 2nd
10:15 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)A new Noeggerathia species from the Early Permian of the Wuda District, Inner Mongolia, ChinaPaperWang, Jun, Pfefferkorn, Hermann.Noeggerathiales
Permian
Sporangia
Strobilus
China
Bohemia
August 2nd
10:30 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Break
5-9August 2nd
10:45 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Fagus (Fagaceae) fruits and foilage from the Middle Eocene of Pacific Northwestern North AmericaPaperManchester, Steven R., Dillhoff, Richard M..Eocene
Fagus
fossil
foliage
fruits
British Columbia
5-10August 2nd
11:00 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)The identification of eroded nuts of Pterocarya Kunth (Juglandaceae) in the fossil recordPaperTiffney, Bruce, Proft, Sarah.fossil
endocarp
Juglandaceae
Pterocarya
5-11August 2nd
11:15 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Monocots from the Late Paleocene of North Dakota, U. S. A.PaperDeVore, Melanie L., Sullivan, Amanda L., Pigg, Kathleen B..Paleocene
fossil
Alismatales
Zingiberales
monocot
5-12August 2nd
11:30 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Samaras from the Late Paleocene Almont and Beicegel Creek floras of North Dakota, U.S.A., with potential affinities to Securidaca (Polygalaceae)PaperPigg, Kathleen B., Wojciechowski, Martin F., DeVore, Melanie L..Securidaca
Polygalaceae
Paleocene
samara
fossil
5-13August 2nd
11:45 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Fruits and foliage of Cercis from the Late Eocene of OregonPaperHerendeen, Patrick S., Manchester, Steven R..Eocene
foliage
fossil
Fabaceae
fruits
Oregon
Monday, August 2nd · 8:20 am to 11:00 am · Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 6: Symposium: Plenary Symposium: Seed plant gametophytes: Still the forgotten generation?!?
Presider: Scott D. Russell, University of Oklahoma
6-1August 2nd
8:20 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Seed plant gametophytes: Still the forgotten generation?!?SymposiumRussell, Scott D..gametophyte
gene silencing
generative cell
sperm cell
egg cell
double fertilization
6-2August 2nd
8:30 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Generative Cell Transcriptome And Regulatory Mechanisms Controlling Male Gametic Cell Specific Gene ExpressionSymposiumSingh, Mohan B, Okada, Takashi, Haerizadeh, Farzad, Bhalla, Prem.gametophyte
generative cell
gene screening
genomics
transcription
pollen
Lilium
6-3August 2nd
9:00 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Why do gametophytes need so many cytokinetic mechanisms?SymposiumDickinson, Hugh G., Keith-Lucas, Alanna, Bourdon, Valerie.Cytokinesis
cytoskeleton
embryo sac
gametogenesis
polarity
pollen
radial microtubular system
TETRASPORE
August 2nd
9:30 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Break
6-4August 2nd
9:45 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Genetic dissection of female gametophyte development and double fertilizationSymposiumGrossniklaus, Ueli, Gross-Hardt, Rita, Huck, Norbert, Escobar, Juan-Miguel, Moore, James M., Gheyselinck, Jacqueline.embryo sac
double fertilization
feronia
polyspermy
gametophytic mutants
Arabidopsis
6-5August 2nd
10:15 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Modularity and the evolution of the female gametophyte in ancient angiospermsSymposiumFriedman, William E., Williams, Joseph H..female gametophyte
modularity
basal angiosperms
endosperm
evo-devo
Nymphaeales
Austrobaileyales
double fertilization
Monday, August 2nd · 8:30 am to 12:15 pm · Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 7: Symposium: The Biology of Rarity: Conservation of Bryophytes and Lichens, Part I
Presider: Nancy G. Slack,
7-1August 2nd
8:30 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Patterns and proximal causes of rarity in bryophytesSymposiumCleavitt, Nat.reproductive biology
establishment ability
Dispersal
coarse filter approach
7-2August 2nd
9:00 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Timely Questions, and the Beginnings of Answers, for Strengthening Lichen ConservationSymposiumPeterson, Eric B..lichen
conservation
population
biogeography
genetics
rare
GIS
7-3August 2nd
9:30 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Biological soil and crusts and why they are disappearingSymposiumRosentreter, Roger.biological soil crusts
cheatgrass
germination
7-4August 2nd
10:00 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Variation in the occurrence of rare epiphytic lichens of the western Oregon Cascades.SymposiumMartin, Erin P., McCune, Bruce, Geiser, Linda.lichens
non-metric multidimensional scaling
species rarity
Oregon
August 2nd
10:30 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Break
7-5August 2nd
10:45 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Site factors determining epiphytic lichen distribution in a dieback-affected spruce-fir forest on Whiteface Mountain, New YorkSymposiumSchmull, Michaela.epiphytic lichens
precipitation chemistry
forest dieback
nitrate toxicity
microclimate
nitrate
manganese
7-6August 2nd
11:15 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Conservation Implications of the Study of Rare and Unusual Bryophytes of Garry Oak Ecosystems of Southwestern British Columbia, CanadaSymposiumMcIntosh, Terry T., Miles, Wynne.Garry oak
rare bryophyte conservation
7-7August 2nd
11:45 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Proposed list of extinct, rare and/or endangered marolichens in WisconsinSymposiumBennett, James P., Wetmore, Clifford M..rare taxa
rare endemic
lichens
Monday, August 2nd · 8:30 am to 11:00 am · Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)
Session 8: Contributed Papers: Tropical Biology Papers
Presider: Susana Magallón, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
8-1August 2nd
8:30 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)The Helen Moyers Biocultural Reserve at Rancho Kiuic, Yucatan, Mexico: An Introduction to the Reserve and its FloraPaperCallaghan, James A., Hayden, W. John.Yucatan
Puuc
Kiuic
biological reserve
Flora
8-2August 2nd
8:45 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Phytogeography of Kaieteur Falls, Potaro Plateau, Guyana: Floral Distributions and Affinities.PaperKelloff, Carol L., Funk, Vicki A.biogeography
plant distribution
flora affinities
Guyana
Guiana Shield
Kaieteur
8-3August 2nd
9:00 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Plants dispersed by bats in lowland rain forest of central French GuianaPaperLobova, Tatyana A., Mori, Scott A..neotropics
rain forest
seed dispersal
bat dispersal
8-4August 2nd
9:15 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Reproductive output and leaf plasticity in the tropical violet species Viola grahamiiPaperCortes-Palomec, Aurea C., Brown, Kim J., Ballard, Harvey.Viola grahamii
cleistogamy
chasmogamy
Specific Leaf Area
8-5August 2nd
9:30 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Pollination in the New Guniea endemic Antiaropsis decipiens (Moraceae) is mediated by thripsPaperWeiblen, George D, Zerega, Nyree J C.mutualism
reproductive ecology
coevolution
thrips pollination
Castilleae
Ficus
August 2nd
9:45 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Break
8-6August 2nd
10:00 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Reproductive biology of Symphonia (Clusiaceae) in MadagascarPaperAbdul-Salim, K., Andriantiana, J..Clusiaceae
Symphonia
reproductive biology
pollination
breeding system
8-7August 2nd
10:15 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Sexual Dimorphism in the Native Flora of New CaledoniaPaperVary, Laura B., Schlessman, Mark A., Lowry II, Porter P., Munzinger, Jérôme.dioecy
New Caledonia
sexual dimorphism
sexual systems
8-8August 2nd
10:30 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Functional aspects of the floral morphology of Central American Saurauia (Actinidiaceae)PaperKelly, Lawrence M..Saurauia
Actinidiaceae
androdioecy
functional dioecy
8-9August 2nd
10:45 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Modeling of cone thermogenesis that is associated with pollination by thrips or weevils of Australian Macrozamia cycadsPaperTerry, Irene, Roemer, Robert, Chockley, Christina, Jacobsen, Jennifer.weevil pollination
cycads
thermogenesis
volatiles
modeling
thrips pollination
Monday, August 2nd · 8:45 am to 12:00 pm · Superior A (Cliff Lodge)
Session 9: Contributed Papers: Teaching Section Contributed Papers
Presider: Donna Hazelwood, Dakota State University
9-1August 2nd
8:45 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)A laboratory exercise to introduce students to the scientific method and production of adventitious rootsPaperHazelwood, Donna.teaching of botany
9-2August 2nd
9:00 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)College students' alternative conceptions about petrified wood: Implications for the integration of geological and botanical knowledgePaperWandersee, James H., Clary, Renee M..knowledge integration
biogeoscience
petrified wood
paleobotany
botany education
9-3August 2nd
9:15 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)Testing ecological hypotheses using wood porosity measurementsPaperRice, Stanley A..porosity
succession
trees
wood anatomy
9-4August 2nd
9:30 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)Inquiry-based laboratory investigations with transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana containing a low-temperature induced reporter gene are effective in teaching the scientific method in general biologyPaperBaker, Stokes S., Roytek, Margaret A..Arabidopsis
cold acclimation
cor15a
freezing
general biology
GUS
inquiry
low temperature
stress
statistics
teaching
transgenic
scientific method
9-5August 2nd
9:45 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)Coffee anyone?: A case study for non-majorsPaperBrown, Beverly J..active learning
economic botany
coffee
Coffea spp.
August 2nd
10:15 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)Break
9-6August 2nd
10:30 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)Writing-to-Learn: An Informal Assessment Tool in BotanyPaperHazelwood, Donna.teaching of botany
informal assessment
9-7August 2nd
10:45 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)TreeWalk Nazareth: A hands-on project to teach botany, community service and web designPaperBrown, Beverly J..active learning
ethnobotany
community service
trees
9-8August 2nd
11:00 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)A research-based model for developing an interpretive trail signage system about plantsPaperWandersee, James H., Clary, Renee M..botany education
opportunity to learn
Trailside Signage Model
informal science education
9-9August 2nd
11:15 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)Research-based characterization of a new genre of children's plant science picture booksPaperWandersee, James H., Clary, Renee M..opportunity to learn
botany education
children's plant science picture book
Giverny Award
Monday, August 2nd · 9:30 am to 11:30 am · Superior B (Cliff Lodge)
Session 10: Contributed Papers: Pteridological Papers - Monday Morning Session
Presider: Warren Hauk, Denison University
10-1August 2nd
9:30 am
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Origin of the endemic fern genus Diellia (Aspleniaceae) coincides with the renewal of Hawaiian terrestrial life in the early MiocenePaperSchneider, Harald, Ranker, Tom A., Russell, Stephen J., Cranfill, Ray, Geiger, Jennifer M. O., Aguraiuja, Ruth, Wood, Ken R., Grundmann, Michael, Vogel, Johannes C..adaptive radiation
ferns
Hawai'i
historical biogeography
phylogeny
island biogeography
Miocene
divergence times estimates
Asplenium
morphological diversity
molecular diversity
Hawaii
10-2August 2nd
9:45 am
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Radiations in drynarioid ferns: Evolution of humus collectors as a putative morphological key innovationPaperJanssen, Thomas, Schneider, Harald.Aglaomorpha
Drynaria
drynarioid ferns
Polypodiaceae
radiation
humus collectors
epiphytes
biogeography
divergence times
10-3August 2nd
10:00 am
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)What is Pellaea?PaperKirkpatrick, Ruth.phylogeny
pteridophyte
Pellaea
Cheilanthoid
rbcL
ITS
rps4
Cheilanthoid ferns
10-4August 2nd
10:15 am
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Phylogenetic relationships in Adiantum inferred from chloroplast coding and non-coding sequencesPaperHuiet, Layne, Smith, A. R..Adiantum
pteridophyte
rps4
August 2nd
10:30 am
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Break
10-5August 2nd
10:45 am
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Revising Lycopodium phylogeny: chloroplasts, mitochrondria, and morphology yield new perspectives and prospectsPaperHildebrand, Terri J., Haufler, Christopher H..phylogeny
morphology
nucleotide characters
chromosomes
10-6August 2nd
11:00 am
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Amplification of non-coding chloroplast DNA for phylogenetic studies in Pteridophytes and LycophytesPaperSmall, Randall, Lickey, Edgar, Shaw, Joey, Hauk, Warren.pteridophyte
lycophyte
chloroplast DNA
10-7August 2nd
11:15 am
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Taxonomic and Systematic Studies of the Isoetes melanopoda Gay & Durieu Assemblage in North AmericaPaperHeafner, Kerry D., Hickey, R. James, Watson, Linda E..allozymes
Isoetes
morphology
molecular systematics
cryptic speciation
Cytology
Monday, August 2nd · 10:00 am to 12:00 pm · White Pine (Cliff Lodge)
Session 11: Contributed Papers: Physiological Papers
Presider: Henri Maurice, University of Southern Indiana
11-1August 2nd
10:00 am
White Pine (Cliff Lodge)Immunolocalization and Thermostablity of a Rice 16.9 kDa Heat Shock Protein Expressed in Escherichia. coliPaperSung, Wei-wen, Chen, Yung-reui, Lin, Chu-yung.Escherichia coli
immunolocalization
rice hsp gene
thermotolerance
11-2August 2nd
10:15 am
White Pine (Cliff Lodge)Differential seedling sulfide sensitivity among species colonizing restored Phragmites-infested wetlandsPaperSeliskar, Denise M., Gallagher, John L..Phragmites australis
Spartina alterniflora
wetland restoration
salt marsh
sulfide
11-3August 2nd
10:30 am
White Pine (Cliff Lodge)Are xylem conduits long enough to minimize pit resistivity?PaperHacke, Uwe G., Sperry, John S..pit resistance
vessel length
hydraulic conductivity
xylem transport
11-4August 2nd
10:45 am
White Pine (Cliff Lodge)Do plants comply with Murray’s law?PaperMcCulloh, Katherine, Sperry, John S..xylem transport
wood anatomy
Murray's law
August 2nd
11:00 am
White Pine (Cliff Lodge)Break
11-5August 2nd
11:15 am
White Pine (Cliff Lodge)Alkaloids present in leaf calluses of Erythroxylum spp.PaperJohnson, Emanuel L., Kim, Soo-Hyung.Cultivated Erythroxylum spp.
calluses
alkaloids
cocaine
methyl ecgonine
cis and -trans-cinnamoylcocaine
11-6August 2nd
11:30 am
White Pine (Cliff Lodge)Chlorophyll fluorescence in cotyledons and primary needles of a high-altitude coniferPaperJohnson, Daniel M., Vogelmann, Thomas C., Smith, William K..Abies fraseri
photoinhibition
light processing
11-7August 2nd
11:45 am
White Pine (Cliff Lodge)A Comparison of Absorbance vs. Reflectance Measurements for Seagrasses at Two Salinities.PaperThorhaug, Anitra, Berlyn, Graeme.thalasia
testudinum
absorbance
reflectance
UniSpec
Monday, August 2nd · 11:00 am to 12:00 pm · Peruvian A (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Tropical Biology Section Business Meeting
Presider: Susana Magallón, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
August 2nd
11:00 am
Peruvian A (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Monday, August 2nd · 11:00 am to 12:00 pm · Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)
Session 12: Special Lecture: Annals of Botany Special Lecture
Presider: Bill Shipley,
12-1August 2nd
11:00 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Plant Allometry: Is There a Global Theory?Special AddressNiklas, Karl J..Climatic Variation
Biomass Partitioning
Forested Communities
Plant Biodiversity
Monday, August 2nd · 11:00 am to 12:30 pm · Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)
Session 13: Contributed Papers: Fabales
Presider: Beryl Simpson, University of Texas at Austin
13-1August 2nd
11:00 am
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Molecular Phylogenetic Study of the Genus Piptadenia (Benth.) using Plastid trnL-F and trnK SequencesPaperJobson, Richard, Luckow, Melissa.phylogeny
Mimosoideae
trnL-F
trnK
Piptadenia
13-2August 2nd
11:15 am
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Patterns and rates of diversification in subfamily Caesalpinioideae (Leguminosae)PaperBruneau, Anne, Faubert, Elyse-Ann, Fougère-Danezan, Marie, Nattier, Romain, Lewis, Gwilym P., Herendeen, Patrick S..Caesalpinioideae
divergence times
phylogeny
matK
Leguminosae
13-3August 2nd
11:30 am
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny and biogeography of Pomaria (Caesalpinieae: Caesalpinioideae: Leguminosae).PaperSimpson, Beryl, McDill, Joshua, Weeks, Andrea.Pomaria
Caesalpinioideae
Leguminosae
Amphi-Atlantic biogeography
13-4August 2nd
11:45 am
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic analyses of genera in the tribes Trifolieae and Fabeae (Leguminosae) using nucleotide sequence data of the plastid gene matKPaperSteele, Kelly P., Kenicer, Gregory J., Wojciechowski, Martin F..matK
Leguminosae
Trifolieae
Vicieae
13-5August 2nd
12:00 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)A preliminary phylogeny of Swartzia (Fabaceae-Papilionoideae), based on chloroplast and nuclear sequence dataPaperTorke, Benjamin M., Schaal, Barbara.Fabaceae
Papilionoideae
Swartzia
phylogeny
morphology
diversification
13-6August 2nd
12:15 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Using multiple gene trees to investigate hybridization and polyploidy in Leucaena (Fabaceae).PaperBailey, C. Donovan, Hughes, Colin E., Robertson, Ashley, Harris, Stephen A.systematics
Fabaceae
molecular systematics
Monday, August 2nd · 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm · Superior A (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Teaching Section Business Meeting
Presider: James Mickle,
August 2nd
12:00 pm
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Monday, August 2nd · 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm · Amphitheatre Lobby Terrace (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: BSA Membership Committee Meeting and Luncheon
Presider: Allison Snow, Ohio State University
August 2nd
12:00 pm
Amphitheatre Lobby Terrace (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Monday, August 2nd · 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm · Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)
Luncheon: AFS Luncheon
August 2nd
12:00 pm
Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)Luncheon
Monday, August 2nd · 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm · White Pine (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Physiological Section Business Meeting
Presider: Denise M. Seliskar, University of Delaware
August 2nd
12:00 pm
White Pine (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Monday, August 2nd · 1:00 pm to 4:15 pm · Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 14: Symposium: Discerning Homology: Gene Expression, Development, and Morphology
Presider: William E. Friedman, University of Colorado
14-1August 2nd
1:00 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Discerning Homologies: Gene Expression, Development, and MorphologySymposiumHufford, Larry, Friedman, William E..homology
developmental genetics
gene expression
morphology
phylogeny
14-2August 2nd
1:05 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Homology in transformation: morphological evolution and perceptions of diversitySymposiumHufford, Larry.homology
phylogeny
Diversity
morphology
14-3August 2nd
1:30 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Structure Trees, Species Trees and HomologySymposiumGeeta, R.homology
shoot
morphology
Evolution
development
14-4August 2nd
2:00 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Homology assessments in Evolutionary Developmental BiologySymposiumGleissberg, Stefan.homology
heterochrony
EvoDevo
organizational level
August 2nd
2:30 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Break
14-5August 2nd
2:45 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)The Development and Evolution of LeavesSymposiumSinha, Neelima, Goliber, Tom, Kessler, Sharon, Kim, Minsung, Champagne, Connie, Geeta, R, Chung, Kook-Hyun.KNOX genes
compound leaves
PHAN
Evolution
14-6August 2nd
3:15 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Gene expression and organ identity in grassesSymposiumKellogg, Elizabeth, Malcomber, Simon.ABC model
developmental genetics
duplicate genes
floral evolution
gene expression
grasses
MADS-box genes
Poaceae
14-7August 2nd
3:45 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Homology, non-homology, and in-betweensSymposiumDonoghue, Michael J..homology
homeosis
convergence
parallelism
homoplasy
Monday, August 2nd · 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm · Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 15: Symposium: The Biology of Rarity: Conservation of Bryophytes and Lichens, Part II
Presider: Nat Cleavitt, Cornell University
15-1August 2nd
1:00 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Conservation and Management of Rare Bryophytes on USFS and BLM Lands in the Pacific NorthwestSymposiumHarpel, Judith.Bryophytes
rarity
conservation
15-2August 2nd
1:30 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Current Status of Rare Lichens and Their Conservation in Washington State.SymposiumGlew, Katherine.lichens
rarity
conservation
15-3August 2nd
2:00 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)A Novel Approach to Bryophyte Conservation: the In-vitro StrategySymposiumPressel, Silvia, Duckett, Jeffrey G..axenic cultures
bryophyte conservation
moss protonemata
Monday, August 2nd · 1:00 pm to 4:45 am · Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 16: Symposium: After the book – Progress in parasitic plant research since Kuijt’s Biology of Parasitic Flowering Plants (1969), Part II
Presider: Daniel Nickrent, Southern Illinois University
16-1August 2nd
1:00 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Santalaceae: phylogeny, taxonomy, and biogeographySymposiumNickrent, Daniel, Der, Joshua.26S rDNA
18S rDNA
matK
rbcL
biogeography
Classification
mistletoe
parasitic plants
16-2August 2nd
1:30 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Biogeography of Olacaceae - paleobotanical and phylogenetic congruenceSymposiumMalécot, Valéry.18S rDNA
26S rDNA
matK
rbcL
biogeography
paleopalynology
paleobotany
phylogeny reconstruction
Santalales
Olacaceae
Anacolosidites
dipersal and vicariance
boreotropical hypothesis
16-3August 2nd
2:00 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)The return of the isophasic filaments – the early Arceuthobium endophyte.SymposiumKuijt, Job, Lye, David.Arceuthobium douglasii
Douglas fir
apical buds
endophyte
August 2nd
2:30 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Break
16-4August 2nd
2:45 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Hydnora - The Ingenious GenusSymposiumMaass, Erika, Musselman, Lytton John, Boles, Sandra.holoparasite
Euphorbia
Floral biology
hypogeous flowering
seed germination
16-5August 2nd
3:15 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Biology and Conservation of the New Zealand endemic parasitic plant Dactylanthus taylorii Hook f. (Balanophoraceae)SymposiumHolzapfel, Avi Sebastian.Parasitic plant
conservation
Dactylanthus taylorii
Balanophoraceae
germination
infection
rodent browse
reproductive failure
genetic diversity
reproductive morphology
16-6August 2nd
3:45 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Rafflesiales – problems and advances in researchSymposiumBlarer, Albert, Bänziger, Hans, Endress, Peter K., Anderson, Frank, Nickrent, Daniel L..parasitic plants
Rafflesiaceae
horizontal gene transfer
matR
phylogeny
nuclear genes
mitochondrial genes
chloroplast genes
Monday, August 2nd · 1:15 pm to 4:45 pm · Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)
Session 17: Contributed Papers: Pollination biology and autecology
Presider: Suzanne Koptur, Florida International University
17-1August 2nd
1:15 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Interspecific competition for pollinator service lowers seed set and outcrossing rates in Mimulus ringensPaperBell, John M., Karron, Jeffrey D., Mitchell, Randall J..competition for pollinator service
outcrossing rates
mating systems
Mimulus ringens
17-2August 2nd
1:30 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Refining estimates of pollinator efficiencies calculated from delivered stigmatic loads: a cranberry modelPaperCane, James, Schiffhauer, Dan.pollination
Ericaceae
seed mass
fruit set
stigmatic loading
Vaccinium
bees
guild
pollinator efficacy
17-3August 2nd
1:45 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Mixing up floral traits: Radiation of Andean Echinopsis ancistrophora (Cactaceae)PaperSchlumpberger, Boris O., McDade, Lucinda A., Raguso, Robert A..pollination
floral evolution
floral scent
bees
hawkmoths
molecular phylogenetics
chloroplast DNA
17-4August 2nd
2:00 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Pollination Biology of Eriocaulon parkeri in ConnecticutPaperSawyer, Neil W., Mertins, Daniel S., Schuster, Lela A..Eriocaulon parkeri
reproductive biology
pollination
agamospermy
17-5August 2nd
2:15 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Pollinators differentially affect the outcrossing rate in the blue columbinePaperBrunet, Johanne, Sweet, Heather.outcrossing rates
pollinators
bumblebees
hawkmoths
blue columbine
17-6August 2nd
2:30 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Visitors to extrafloral nectaries of Senna mexicana var. chapmanii in south FloridaPaperKoptur, Suzanne.nectar
extrafloral
herbivory
Fabaceae
Ecology
ant-plant
August 2nd
2:45 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Break
17-7August 2nd
3:00 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Evidence for pollinator mediated selection in Linanthus dichotomusPaperChess, Sally K. R., Raguso, Robert A., LeBuhn, Gretchen.floral scent
flowering time
reproductive morphology
17-8August 2nd
3:15 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Nectar traits and availability in Nicotiana, Section Alatae (Solanaceae) in relation to primary pollinators and mating systemPaperKaczorowski, Rainee L., Gardener, Mark C., Holtsford, Timothy P..amino acids
energy
nectar
Nicotiana
pollinators
sugars
volume
concentration
mating system
17-9August 2nd
3:30 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Pollination and seed set of the endangered vernal pool annual Lasthenia conjugens (Asteraceae)PaperRamp, Jennifer M..Asteraceae
pollination
Lasthenia conjugens
pollination biology
restoration
17-10August 2nd
3:45 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Passionflower pollination ecology and the utility of a phylogenetic approachPaperKay, Elma, Bernhardt, Peter.Passiflora
hummingbird-pollination
bat-pollination
breeding system
Greater Antilles
molecular phylogeny
unknown gene
ITS
unidentified gene region
17-11August 2nd
4:00 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)The effect of competition and physiological integration on fitness-related traits: A two-year study of Viola blandaPaperSudler, K. Nicole.competition
physiological integration
fitness
clonal plant
17-12August 2nd
4:15 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Effects of light intensity o­n herbivore resistance in leaves of seaside alder (Alnus maritima) and hazel alder (Alnus serrulata)PaperMorningstar, Dawn, Rice, Stanley A., Kremer-Perez, Kristi.Alnus maritima
Alnus serrulata
bioassay
herbivory
Artemia salina
17-13August 2nd
4:30 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Water relations of Pereskia guamacho, a cactus with leavesPaperEdwards, Erika, Diaz, Miriam, Donoghue, Michael J..CAM photosynthesis
Cactaceae
hydraulic conductivity
Pereskia
vulnerability curve
water relations
xylem
17-14August 2nd
4:45 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Performance of Select Native Plants for Landscaping UsePaperCoons, Janice M., Greenwood-DeLine, Lynze T., Kerber, Angela J., Claerbout, Ann E..Blephilia ciliata,
Monarda bradburiana,
M. punctata
M. fistulosa L
Silene regia
Dalea purpurea
Stylisma pickeringii
Monday, August 2nd · 1:15 pm to 3:30 pm · Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)
Session 18: Contributed Papers: Gentianales and Dipsacales
Presider: Michael J. Donoghue, Yale University
18-1August 2nd
1:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny of Sabatia and the distribution of floral polymeryPaperMathews, Katherine Gould.Sabatia
Gentianaceae
chloroplast DNA
floral polymery
molecular phylogeny
trnD-T
18-2August 2nd
1:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Systematics of Tachia (Gentianaceae): speciation patterns in the Amazon Basin using GIS and phylogenetic data from morphology and DNAPaperStruwe, Lena, Kinkade, Matthew, Pohlit, Adrian M..Gentianaceae
geographical distribution
GIS
neotropics
biogeography
ethnobotany
ITS
5S-NTS
taxonomy
18-3August 2nd
1:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Systematic studies of the tribe Retiniphylleae (Rubiaceae, Ixoroideae)PaperCortes B., Rocio, Delprete, Piero G., Motley, Timothy J..ITS
morphology
rps16 intron
trnL-F
Rubiaceae
Ixoroideae
Retiniphylleae
Retiniphyllum
18-4August 2nd
2:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Systematics of the subfamily Apocynoideae (Apocynaceae) and the APSA cladePaperLivshultz, T., Middleton, David, Endress, Mary, Williams, J.K..Apocynaceae
Asclepiadaceae
Apocynoideae
phylogeny
chloroplast DNA sequence
biogeography
18-5August 2nd
2:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Tribal and intergeneric relationships in Mesechiteae (Apocynaceae, Apocynoideae): evidence from three non-coding plastid DNA regions and morphologyPaperSimoes, Andre, Endress, Mary, van der Niet, Timo, Kinoshita, Luiza, Conti, Elena.Apocynaceae
Mesechiteae
phylogenetic systematics
morphology
rpl16 intron
rps16 intron
trnS-G intergenic spacer
18-6August 2nd
2:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Strychnos exposed! The evolutionary past of a pantropical Loganiaceae genus using ITSPaperFrasier, Cynthia, Struwe, Lena.age estimation
Loganiaceae
Strychnos
ITS
tropical
phylogeny
biogeography
18-7August 2nd
2:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Taxon sampling and the relationships of Plectritis (Valerianaceae, Dipsacales)PaperBell, Charles, Donoghue, Michael J..Plectritis
Dipsacales
maximum likelihood
phylogenetic theory
18-8August 2nd
3:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Localized incongruence between molecular data sets highlights complex evolutionary patterns in ViburnumPaperWinkworth, Richard C., Donoghue, Michael J..polyploidy
Viburnum
nuclear DNA sequence
multigene analyses
hybridization
duplicate genes
combined data
chloroplast DNA sequence
18-9August 2nd
3:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Historical biogeography of Viburnum (Adoxaceae, Dipsacales)PaperDonoghue, Michael J., Winkworth, Richard C..divergence time estimates
disjunction
dipersal and vicariance
Northern Hemisphere biogeography
Viburnum
multigene analyses
historical biogeography
Monday, August 2nd · 1:45 pm to 5:30 pm · Magpie (Cliff Lodge)
Session 19: Colloquium: Rupert Barneby and his legume legacy
Presider: Aaron Liston, Oregon State University
August 2nd
1:45 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Introduction
19-1August 2nd
2:00 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Rupert C. Barneby and Pugilus AstragalorumSymposiumWelsh, S.L..
19-2August 2nd
2:15 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Astragalus: a molecular phylogenetic perspectiveSymposiumWojciechowski, Martin F..Fabaceae
matK
Astragalus
nrDNA ITS sequences
phylogenetic systematics
19-3August 2nd
2:30 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Molecular systematics of Old World Astragalus L. (Fabaceae) as inferred from nrDNA ITS sequence dataSymposiumKazempour Osaloo, Shahrokh.Fabaceae
matK
molecular phylogenetics
nrDNA ITS
molecular systematics
19-4August 2nd
2:45 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Phylogenetics of New World Astragalus: the utility of genomics technology in reconstructing phylogenies at low taxonomic levelsSymposiumScherson, Rosa, Choi, Hong-Kyu, Choi, Hong-Kyu, Cook, Douglas R., Cook, Douglas R., Sanderson, MJ.Astragalus
Papilionid
nuclear markers
phylogeny
genomics
19-5August 2nd
3:00 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Generic relationships in the Mimosoideae (Fabaceae)SymposiumLuckow, Melissa, Miller, Joseph T., Jobson, Richard, Murphy, Daniel J..Fabaceae
Mimosoideae
phylogeny
19-6August 2nd
3:15 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Andean Lupinus (Leguminosae - Papilionoideae) - BarnebySymposiumHughes, Colin E., Eastwood, Ruth J..cycloidea
ITS
Leguminosae
Lupinus
species delimitation
Andes
August 2nd
3:30 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Break
19-7August 2nd
3:45 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Floral simplification in the Amorpheae (Papilionoideae)SymposiumMcMahon, Michelle, Hufford, Larry.Fabaceae
floral evolution
flower development
Papilionoideae
19-8August 2nd
4:00 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)The history and future of population genetic research in the conservation of rare Astragalus speciesSymposiumAllphin, Loreen.Astragalus
conservation
Fabaceae
population genetics
19-9August 2nd
4:15 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Natural history of PeirsonSymposiumPorter, J. Mark, Hobbs, Susan, Mistretta, Orlando.Astragalus
breeding system
life history
endemic
threatened species
self-incompatibility
19-10August 2nd
4:30 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Ecology and life cycle biology of two geographically-restricted Astragalus species (Fabaceae): A. bibullatus Barneby & Bridges and A. tennesseensis A. Gray ex ChapmanSymposiumBaskin, Jerry M., Baskin, Carol C..ecophysiology
Astragalus
geographical distribution
plant life history
soil seed bank
genetic diversity
narrow endemic
19-11August 2nd
4:45 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Astragalus mokiacensis Gray and the Astragalus lentiginosus Douglas ex Hook. complex (Fabaceae): Is the scarcely-inflated pod a result of multiple independent parallelisms?SymposiumAlexander, J. Andrew, Liston, Aaron.AFLP
Astragalus
Fabaceae
endemic
Arizona
Utah
Nevada
morphometrics
Monday, August 2nd · 1:45 pm to 5:30 pm · Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)
Session 20: Contributed Papers: Monocots II
Presider: Khidir W. Hilu, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
20-1August 2nd
1:45 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Pollinator shift and corresponding radiation in Sisyrinchium subgenus Sisyrinchium (Iridaceae)PaperKarst, Lisa, Wilson, Carol A..ITS
matK
Iridaceae
Sisyrinchium
pollination
radiation
20-2August 2nd
2:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)The Taxonomy of Juncus longii, a putative taxon within the Juncus marginatus Complex (Juncaceae sect. Graminifolii)PaperKnapp, Wesley.Juncus longii
Juncaceae
morphology
Conservation Concern
PCA
20-3August 2nd
2:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Multigenic inference of phylogenetic relationships in Eleocharis (Cyperaceae) and an assessment of morphological evolutionary dynamics in the genusPaperRoalson, Eric.C4 photosynthesis evolution
Eleocharis
Cyperaceae
molecular phylogenetics
morphological diversity
20-4August 2nd
2:30 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny of Carex subg. Vignea (Cyperaceae) based on non-coding rDNA sequence data.PaperFord, Bruce A., Iranpour, Mahmood, Naczi, Robert F. C., Starr, Julian R., Jerome, Cheryl A..Cyperaceae
Carex
subg. Vignea
phylogeny
ITS
ETS
non-coding rDNA sequence data
20-5August 2nd
2:45 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)MICROMORPHOLOGICAL ACHENE FEATURES OF RHYNCHOSPORA (CYPERACEAE) IN THE GUIANAS, SOUTH AMERICA, BEARING ON THE DELIMITATION OF SPECIES AND SECTIONSPaperStrong, Mark T..biodiversity
Cyperaceae
Guianas
Rhynchospora
South America
taxonomy
achene
20-6August 2nd
3:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic relationships among the subfamilies of grasses (Poaceae) inferred from a large, multigene plastid data setPaperSaarela, Jeffery M., Graham, Sean W..Poaceae
phylogenetics
molecular evolution
Bayesian
parsimony
chloroplast DNA
multigene analyses
20-7August 2nd
3:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Molecular phylogenetics of the Monanthochloinae (Eragrostideae, Chloridoideae, Poaceae) based upon ITS (nrDNA) and trnL-F (cpDNA)PaperBell, Hester L., Columbus, J. Travis.Poaceae
Eragrostideae
Chloridoideae
Monanthochloinae
molecular phylogeny
August 2nd
3:30 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Break
20-8August 2nd
3:45 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)A phylogeny of the Muhlenbergiinae (Poaceae: Chloridoideae: Cynodonteae) based o­n ITS and trnL-F sequencesPaperPeterson, Paul M., Columbus, J. Travis, Refulio-Rodriguez, Nancy F., Cerros-Tlatilpa, Rosa, Kinney, Michael S..Chloridoideae
Cynodonteae
ITS
Muhlenbergiinae
phylogeny
Poaceae
trnL-F
20-9August 2nd
4:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)A phylogenetic analysis of the grass subfamily Pooideae (Poaceae), with a focus on the Poeae/Aveneae/Hainardieae complex, and the evolution of structural features of the plastid and nuclear genomesPaperDavis, Jerrold I., Soreng, Robert J..Poaceae
phylogenetics
chloroplast DNA
Pooideae
rbcL
matK
ndhF
ndhH
20-10August 2nd
4:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Glyceria occidentalis (Poaceae), G. declinata, G. fluitans, and G. plicata: are they really different?PaperAnderton, Laurel, Barkworth, Mary.taxonomy
Glyceria
20-11August 2nd
4:30 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Systematics of Arundinaria sensu stricto (Bambusoideae, Poaceae) in North AmericaPaperTriplett, J.K., Weakley, A.S., Clark, L.G..Arundinaria
cane
temperate bamboos
systematics
20-12August 2nd
4:45 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)New Leaf Anatomical Features In Aristida L.(Gramineae)PaperCerros-Tlatilpa, Rosa, Columbus, J. Travis.Poaceae
leaf anatomy
Aristida
Sartidia
Stipagrostis
20-13August 2nd
5:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Distribution of Species in Grass Genera: Is It a Taxonomic Artifact?PaperHilu, Khidir W..species richness
Poaceae
Genus size
polyploidy
Hollow Curve theory
20-14August 2nd
5:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)A Preliminary Molecular Phylogenetic Analysis of Caulokaempferia (Zingiberaceae): How Many Genera?PaperWilliams, Kyle, Kress, W. John, Larsen, Kai.systematics
phylogeny
Caulokaempferia
Boesenbergia
Zingiberaceae
Classification
matK
ITS
Monday, August 2nd · 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm · Maybird (Cliff Lodge)
Session 21: Contributed Papers: Economic Botany Papers
Presider: Andrew Salywon, U. S. Water Conservation Laboratory, USDA-ARS
21-1August 2nd
2:00 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)The Quranic Talh: Banana or Acacia?PaperAl-Zein, Mohammad, Musselman, Lytton John.Quran
talh
banana
acacia
21-3August 2nd
2:30 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Evaluation of new Lesquerella and Physaria (Brassicaceae) oilseed germplasmPaperSalywon, Andrew, Dierig, David, Rebman, Jon, Jasso de Rodriguez, Diana.hydroxy fatty acids
germplasm
Lesquerella
Physaria
new crops
seed oil
Brassicaceae
21-4August 2nd
2:45 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Ethnobotanical studies and screening of medicinal plants of Quetta, PakistanPaperZaidi, Mudassir, Tareen, Rasool, Mansoor, Arsala.antibacterial
antifungal
cytotoxicity
Pakistan
ethnobotany
Monday, August 2nd · 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm · Superior B (Cliff Lodge)
Session 22: Contributed Papers: Pteridological Papers - Monday Afternoon Session
Presider: Jennifer M. O. Geiger, Caroll College
22-1August 2nd
2:00 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Low-trunk Epiphytic Ferns on Tree Ferns versus Angiosperms in Northwestern EcuadorPaperMoran, Robbin, Trujillo, David, Perez, Alvaro, Salazar, Laura, Aviles, Diana, Navarrete, Hugo.epiphytes
ferns
neotropics
Ecology
22-2August 2nd
2:15 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Do shoot apical cells determine everything in some ferns?PaperRomanova, Marina, Jernstedt, Judy.ferns
shoot apical meristem
shoot apical cell
leaf apical cell
plasmodesmata
morphogenesis
development
22-3August 2nd
2:30 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Fungal Endophytes in the Sporophytes and Vascularised Gametophytes of Psilotum and TmesipterisPaperDuckett, Jeffrey G., Ligrone, Roberto.Glomeromycota
mycorrhiza
symbiosis
tracheids
whisk ferns
22-4August 2nd
2:45 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Ecophysiology of Equisetum giganteum in the Atacama Desert, northern ChilePaperHusby, Chad.Equisetaceae
water relations
photosynthesis
pteridophyte
salinity tolerance
August 2nd
3:00 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Break
22-5August 2nd
3:15 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Does actin play a role in fertilization in Ceratopteris richardii?PaperLopez-Smith, Renee, Renzaglia, Karen S..Ceratopteris
female gametophyte
ferns
fertilization
actin
22-6August 2nd
3:30 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Fern diversity and conservation in coffee plantations of Central Veracruz, MexicoPaperMehltreter, K., Ronzón Martínez, M., González Gálvez, J. L..ferns
Diversity
conservation
coffee
Mexico
cloud forest
environmental services
Species diversity indices
22-7August 2nd
3:45 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)An evaluation of genetic variation in Sceptridium biternatum and S. lunarioides using ISSR markersPaperHauk, Warren, Gibson, K., Masters, T..grapefern
Sceptridium
ISSR markers
Monday, August 2nd · 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm · Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 23: Contributed Papers: The Biology and Systematics of Hornworts and Liverworts
Presider: Raymond E. Stotler, Southern Illinois University
23-1August 2nd
3:00 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)New insights on character evolution in hornworts.PaperVillarreal, Juan Carlos, Schuette, Scott, Cargill, D. Christine, Duff, R. Joel, Renzaglia, Karen S..anatomy
hornworts
morphological diversity
Character evolution
ultrastructure
23-2August 2nd
3:15 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)An ultrastructural study of sporogenesis in Notothylas.PaperLong, Joel A., Renzaglia, Karen S..sporogenesis
ultrastructure
hornworts
morphology
anatomy
development
23-3August 2nd
3:30 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Anthoceros phymatodes M. Howe (Anthocerotophyta) is a Heterotypic Synonym of Phaeoceros bulbiculosis (Brot.) ProskPaperStotler, Raymond E., Crandall-Stotler, Barbara J., Doyle, William T..hornworts
California
Anthoceros
Phaeoceros
A. bulbiculosus
A. phymatodes
P. hallii
P. laevis
August 2nd
3:45 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Break
23-4August 2nd
4:00 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)A Re-evaluation of Noteroclada Taylor ex Hook. & Wilson (Pelliaceae H. Klinggr., Marchantiophyta)PaperZhang, Li, Stotler, Raymond E., Crandall-Stotler, Barbara J..sporeling development
Sporophyte anatomy
Austrofossombronia
Fossombronia
Noteroclada
Pellia
Treubia
23-5August 2nd
4:15 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Spore wall development in Sphaerocarpos texanusPaperJohnson, Eric E, Rogers, Cassandra E..callose
liverwort
spore tetrad
23-6August 2nd
4:30 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Anatomical Studies of Verdoornia succulenta R. M. Schust. (Makinoaceae Nakai, Marchantiophyta) and a Re-evaluation of its Systematic AffinitiesPaperCrandall-Stotler, Barbara J., Millar, Katherine.anatomy
apical cell geometry
archegonial development
sporophytes
Aneuraceae
Makinoaceae
Monday, August 2nd · 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm · Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)
Session 24: Contributed Papers: Floristics and Collections
Presider: Neil Snow, University of Northern Colorado
24-1August 2nd
3:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Flora of North America: Forging aheadPaperBrouillet, Luc.Flora of North America
North America
Flora
Publication
Vascular plants
Bryophytes
Organization
floristics
24-2August 2nd
4:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Flora of the Pacific Slope: Botanical activities of C. G. Pringle in the western states, 1881-1884PaperMauz, Kathryn.Natural history collections
western North America
nineteenth century
botanical exploration
anthropogenic change
24-3August 2nd
4:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)The Vascular Flora of the Owens Peak Eastern Watershed.PaperFraga, Naomi S..phytogeography
floristics
inventory
Eastern Sierra
Mojave Desert
Sierra Nevada
rare taxa
endemic
24-4August 2nd
4:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)An update on the Lucid-based Southern Rocky Mountain Interactive Flora (SRMIF) ProjectPaperBrasher, Jeffrey W., Snow, Neil.bioinformatics
Southern Rocky Mountain Region
interactive keys
plant systematics
Wyoming
New Mexico
Colorado
24-5August 2nd
4:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Reflections o­n twenty-six years of databasing in a regional herbariumPaperBarkworth, Mary.herbarium database
Herbarium management
24-6August 2nd
5:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Plant Geography of the Red River Basin: NM, TX, OK, AR, and LAPaperElisens, Wayne, Hoagland, Bruce, Diggs, George.phytogeography
endemism
disjunction
24-7August 2nd
5:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Successfully marketing and managing smaller natural history collections in an era of declining fundingPaperSnow, Neil.Herbarium management
Museum management
Natural history collections
24-8August 2nd
5:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)The demise of the ranked system in the arrangement of herbaria : utopia or reality?PaperCellinese, Nico, Donoghue, Michael J..Herbarium arrangement
rank-free phylogenetic nomenclature
Phylocode
Monday, August 2nd · 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm · Superior B (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Pteridological Section Business Meeting
Presider: Warren Hauk, Denison University
August 2nd
4:15 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Monday, August 2nd · 4:30 pm to 5:50 pm · Maybird (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Economic Botany Section Business Meeting
Presider: D. M. Spooner, USDA-ARS, University of Wisconsin
August 2nd
4:30 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Monday, August 2nd · 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm · Superior A (Cliff Lodge)
Session D1: Discussion Session: The evolving AJB – The journal for all botanists
Presider: Karl J. Niklas, Cornell University
D1-1August 2nd
4:30 pm
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)The evolving AJB – The journal for all botanistsDiscussionNiklas, Karl J., Jernstedt, Judy.
Monday, August 2nd · 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm · Eagle's Nest (Cliff Lodge)
Mixer: Paleobotanical Mixer
August 2nd
5:30 pm
Eagle's Nest (Cliff Lodge)Mixer
Monday, August 2nd · 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm · Alpine A (Snowbird Center)
Meeting: Developmental and Structural Section Mixer & Business Meeting
Presider: Pamela K. Diggle, University of Colorado
August 2nd
6:00 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Meeting
Monday, August 2nd · 6:15 pm to 6:45 pm · Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)
Meeting: ASPT / BSA Systematics Section Business Meeting
August 2nd
6:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Meeting
Monday, August 2nd · 6:45 pm to 8:00 pm · Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)
Session : Reception: Producing the Second Edition of The Jepson Manual for California: A reception for editors, authors, and other interested parties
Presider: Brent Mishler, University of California, Berkeley
August 2nd
6:45 pm
Wasatch A (Cliff Lodge)Reception
Monday, August 2nd · 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm · Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)
Banquet: Paleobotanical Banquet and Auction
August 2nd
7:00 pm
Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)Banquet
Tuesday, August 3rd · 7:00 am to 8:30 am · Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)
Breakfast: Missouri Botanical Garden Breakfast (Ticketed Event)
August 3rd
7:00 am
Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)Breakfast
Tuesday, August 3rd · 7:00 am to 8:30 am · Eagle's Nest (Cliff Lodge)
Breakfast: Ohio State University Breakfast (Ticketed Event)
Presider: D. M. Spooner, USDA-ARS, University of Wisconsin
August 3rd
7:00 am
Eagle's Nest (Cliff Lodge)Breakfast
Tuesday, August 3rd · 8:00 am to 12:30 pm · Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 25: Symposium: A century of seed ferns: A symposium to celebrate paradigm shifts in the understanding of seed plant evolution
Presider: Michael T Dunn, Cameron University
25-1August 3rd
8:00 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)A Century of Seed Ferns: a symposium to celebrate paradigm shifts in the understanding of seed plant evolutionSymposiumDunn, Michael T, Rothwell, Gar W..Evolution
Paleozic
seed ferns
phylogeny
Ecology
Paleozoic
morphology
25-2August 3rd
8:15 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Arborescent seed ferns of the Pitus typeSymposiumGaltier, Jean.tree
vascular anatomy
Early Carboniferous
25-3August 3rd
8:45 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)The significance of silicified plant remains to the understanding of Glossopteris-bearing plantsSymposiumPigg, Kathleen B., Nishida, Harufumi.Glossopteris
Permian
Gondwana
permineralization
swimming sperm
25-4August 3rd
9:15 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)The Mesozoic seed ferns: Old ideas, new discoveriesSymposiumTaylor, Edith L., Taylor, Thomas N..Antarctica
Mesozoic seed ferns
Triassic
seed plant evolution
Caytoniales
Corystospermales
Peltaspermales
August 3rd
9:45 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Break
25-5August 3rd
10:00 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)The Paleoecology of Permo-Carboniferous PteridospermsSymposiumDiMichele, William, Phillips, Tom, Pfefferkorn, Hermann.Diversity
Ecology
Carboniferous
Forested Communities
fossil
Permian
pteridosperm
25-6August 3rd
10:30 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Seed fern morphology and structure: new insights o­n Glenopteris and Odontopteris from the late Paleozoic North AmericaSymposiumKrings, Michael, Klavins, Sharon D., Serbet, Rudolph, Taylor, Thomas N., Taylor, Edith L..Glenopteris
Odontopteris
Cuticles
Frond architecture
Ecology
late Paleozoic
25-7August 3rd
11:00 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Relationships Among Seed Ferns as Determined From Their SeedsSymposiumHilton, Jason.Paleozoic
seed ferns
Seeds
phylogeny
25-8August 3rd
11:30 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Seed ferns and the origin of angiospermsSymposiumDoyle, James A..angiosperms
seed ferns
phylogeny
carpel
cupule
ovule
Tuesday, August 3rd · 8:00 am to 12:00 am · Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 26: Symposium: Don Kaplan – his legacy: Influencing teaching and research, Part I
Presider: Darleen DeMason, University of California
26-1August 3rd
8:00 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Don Kaplan – his legacy: influencing teaching and researchSymposiumHirsch, Ann M., DeMason, Darleen.teaching of botany
comparative plant morphology
26-2August 3rd
8:15 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Fibonacci Numbers in Phyllotactic Patterns: Geometrical Imperative or Prosaic Consequence?SymposiumCooke, Todd.Fibonacci sequence
phyllotaxis
optimal packing
physical models
26-3August 3rd
8:40 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Alternate modes of leaf morphogenesisSymposiumDengler, Nancy G..Aponogeton
leaf development
programmed cell death
26-4August 3rd
9:05 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Auxin/gibberellin interactions in pea leaf morphogenesisSymposiumDeMason, Darleen, Chawla, Rekha, Bai, Fang.auxin
gibberellic acid
leaf development
pea
Pisum sativum
26-5August 3rd
9:30 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Reconstructing leaf shape evolution in PelargoniumSymposiumJones, Cynthia S..adaptive radiation
Geraniaceae
leaf shape
leaf veins
Evolution
Pelargonium
August 3rd
9:55 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Break
26-7August 3rd
10:15 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Comparative Morphology or the Typological Method to Understand Plant Form and its EvolutionSymposiumHagemann, Wolfgang.morphology
typepology
26-8August 3rd
10:40 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Architectural effects and the evolution of floral form and functionSymposiumDiggle, Pamela K..Floral morphology
Evolution
architecture
form and function
inflorescences
positional effects
26-9August 3rd
11:05 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Evolution of whole-plant developmental morphology in fringed gentians (Gentianopsis, Gentianaceae)SymposiumGroff, Paul, Whitlock, Barbara A..whole-plant developmental morphology
Gentianopsis
life history
ontogeny
plant architecture
phylogeny
Evolution
26-10August 3rd
11:30 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Ask the plant, investigating and teaching plant structureSymposiumMueller, Richard.plant morphology
comparative
Ecology
adaptation
botany curriculum
teaching
Tuesday, August 3rd · 8:00 am to 11:45 am · Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 27: Symposium: Sexual Dimorphism in Bryophytes: Patterns and Consequences
Presider: Jeffrey G. Duckett, Queen Mary, University of London
27-1August 3rd
8:15 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Sexual dimorphism in bryophytes: patterns and consequencesSymposiumFuselier, Linda, Stark, Lloyd.dwarf males
sex dimorphism
bryophyte
27-2August 3rd
8:30 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)A gender based approach to desiccation tolerance in a desert mossSymposiumStark, Lloyd R..desiccation tolerance
sex dimorphism
bryophyte
leaf regeneration
27-3August 3rd
9:00 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)An integrative approach to understand patterns and consequences of sexual dimorphisms in clonal plantsSymposiumMcLetchie, Nicholas.
August 3rd
9:30 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Break
27-4August 3rd
9:45 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Sex-specific and environment-dependent selection influence sexual dimorphism and the distribution of sexes of a thallose liverwortSymposiumFuselier, Linda.sex dimorphism
bryophyte
natural selection
27-5August 3rd
10:15 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Evolution of phyllodioicy in Garovagliaceae and PtychomniaceaeSymposiumNewton, Angela, Pedersen, Niklas.Garovagliaceae
Ptychomniaceae
dwarf males
Bryophytes
27-6August 3rd
10:45 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Sexual Dimorphism in Mosses: Pseudautoicy (dwarf males) in the Dicranaceae sensu stricto with a special emphasis on DicranumSymposiumLa Farge, Catherine.pseudautoicy dwarf males Dicranum
Dicranum
dwarf males
Dicranaceae
Dicranoloma
rDNA ITS
cpDNA trnL-F
species phylogeny
Character evolution
Tuesday, August 3rd · 8:00 am to 12:45 pm · Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)
Session 28: Contributed Papers: Lamiales and Apiales
Presider: Richard Olmstead, University of Washington
28-1August 3rd
8:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Testing the Patterns of Evolution for the Origin of Synthyris cordata (Veronicaceae)PaperSchenk, John J., Liston, Aaron.Synthyris cordata
serpentine
edaphic endemism
Scrophulariaceae s.l.
S. reniformis
28-2August 3rd
8:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Studies in the genus Gratiola section Nibora (Scrophulariaceae)PaperEstes, Dwayne, Small, Randall, Wofford, Eugene.Scrophulariaceae
Gratiola
New Species
Southeastern Endemic
28-3August 3rd
8:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Hybridization and gene flow between a day- and night-flowering species of Zaluzianskya (Scrophulariaceae s.s., tribe Manuleeae)PaperArchibald, Jenny K., Wolfe, Andrea D., Johnson, Steven D..ethological isolation
pollination
flowering time
hybrid
ISSR
PCA
Scrophulariaceae
Zaluzianskya
28-4August 3rd
8:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)The role of morphology in placing unsampled taxa in molecular phylogenies: A case study using BignoniaceaePaperGrose, Susan O., Olmstead, Richard.morphology
Bignoniaceae
extinction
molecular phylogeny
Crescentieae
Amphitecna
Parmentiera
28-5August 3rd
9:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Bignonieae (Bignoniaceae): Insights into biogeography and ecological diversificationPaperLohmann, Lucia G., Bell, Charles, Winkworth, Richard C..Bignoniaceae
Bignonieae
biogeography
divergence time estimates
ecological diversification
28-6August 3rd
9:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Molecular phylogeny and biogeography of Catalpa (Bignoniaceae), an eastern Asian-eastern North American disjunct genusPaperLi, Jianhua.phylogeny
biogeography
Catalpa
Bignoniaceae
eastern Asian and North American disjunct
West Indies
nrDNA ITS sequences
28-7August 3rd
9:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic patterns among New World Acantheae: Widespread polyphyly and poor resolution present a marked contrast with Old World AcantheaePaperMcDade, Lucinda A., Daniel, Thomas F., Kiel, Carrie A..Acanthaceae
phylogenetics
rate heterogeneity
New World tropics
Lamiales
28-8August 3rd
9:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)A phylogenetic analysis of the genera of tribe Episcieae (Gesneriaceae) from multiple lociPaperDuffy, Aaron M., Funke, Mindie M., Clark, John L., Smith, James F..epiphytes
Gesneriaceae
Episcieae
28-9August 3rd
10:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny of the tribe Episcieae with an emphasis on Alloplectus, Columnea, and Drymonia (Gesneriaceae) based on morphology and molecular sequence dataPaperClark, John L..Alloplectus
Drymonia
Columnea
fleshy capsules
resupination
Gesneriaceae
systematics
28-10August 3rd
10:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Molecular phylogenetics of subfamily Lamioideae (Lamiaceae): taxonomic and biogeographic implicationsPaperLindqvist, Charlotte, Bendiksby, Mika, Mathiesen, Cecilie, Scheen, Anne-Cathrine, Albert, Victor A..Lamiaceae
Lamioideae
Labiatae
Lamiales
Asteridae
trnL intron
molecular systematics
biogeography
August 3rd
10:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Break
28-11August 3rd
10:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Molecular phylogenetics of the Physostegia group (Lamioideae: Lamiaceae)PaperScheen, Anne-Cathrine, Albert, Victor A..Lamiaceae
Lamioideae
Physostegia group
phylogenetics
cpDNA
28-12August 3rd
11:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Sideritis L. in Macaronesia: current knowledge and future perspectivesPaperBarber, Janet C., Santos-Guerra, Arnoldo, Francisco-Ortega, Javier, Jansen, Robert K..Lamiaceae
Macaronesia
Sideritis
Bayesian analysis
chromosomal evolution
28-13August 3rd
11:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic fallout: A preliminary phylogenetic assessment of what’s left of the Verbenaceae.PaperOlmstead, Richard, Donovan, Craig, Lingwood, Portia.Verbenaceae
phylogeny
Lamiales
biogeography
waxy
cpDNA
28-14August 3rd
11:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Evolution of Araliaceae in Asia: inference from the ITS, ndhF, trnL-F, and morphological dataPaperWen, Jun, Lee, Chunghee, Plunkett, Gregory, Lowry II, Porter.Araliaceae
Asia
evolutionary radiation
ITS
trnL-F
ndhF
morphology
key adaptation
28-15August 3rd
11:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny of Meryta (Araliaceae) based on nuclear ribosomal ITS and ETS sequence data.PaperTronchet, Frédéric, Plunkett, GM, Jérémie, Joël, Lowry II, Porter P..Araliaceae
Meryta
Botryomeryta
Schizomeryta
Strobilopanax
phylogeny
biogeography
ETS
ITS
combined data
28-16August 3rd
12:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Paraphyly, Polyphyly, and Geography in Polyscias sensu lato (Araliaceae): Examples from the Indian Ocean Basin CladePaperPlunkett, GM, Lowry II, Porter P., Vu, Ninh V..Araliaceae
Polyscias
Indian Ocean Basin
28-17August 3rd
12:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)A beginners guide to Pittosporaceae: a first molecular phylogenyPaperChandler, GT, Plunkett, GM, Pinney, SM.Apiales
Pittosporaceae
ITS
trnL-trnF
Pittosporum
Auranticarpa
molecular phylogenetics
Bursaria
Sollya
Rhytidosporum
Cheiranthera
Myodocarpeae
Tuesday, August 3rd · 8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)
Session 29: Contributed Papers: Community and population Biology
Presider: Margaret S. Devall, U.S. Forest Service
29-1August 3rd
8:00 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Self-assembly of patterned landscapes in the central Everglades: a model for the integration of hydrological, biogeochemical, and ecological processesPaperGivnish, TJ, Volin, JC, Glaser, PH.biogeochemistry
hydrology
peat accumulation
landforms
feedbacks
landscape dynamics
29-2August 3rd
8:15 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Competitive ability of Ailanthus altissima vs. Rhus typhina and Betula alleghaniensisPaperHuebner, Cynthia.Ailanthus altissima
competition
Rhus typhina
Betula alleghaniensis
29-3August 3rd
8:30 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)A new method using parsimony to study vegetation patterns and biocomplexity in a spatial contextPaperStruwe, Lena, Hatfield, Colleen A..character coding
community ecology
Ecology
vegetation
parsimony
invasive species
environmental change
pattern analysis
microclimate
biodiversity
riparian habitat
distribution
29-4August 3rd
8:45 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Effects of mowing and burning on Florida scrub, a fire-dependent ecosystemPaperWeekley, C.W., Menges, E.S., Rickey, M.A..Florida scrub
fire ecology
mechanical treatment
endangered species
29-5August 3rd
9:00 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Does fire level the hydraulic playing field for resprouting shrubs?PaperPreston, Katherine, Bhaskar, Radika.fire ecology
chaparral
resprouting
hydraulic conductivity
water relations
Trade-offs
29-6August 3rd
9:15 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Mechanisms of Treeline Stability in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia: Low-temperature Photoinhibition and Interspecific FacilitationPaperAkhalkatsi, Maia, Abdaladze, Otar, Smith, William K., Nakhutsrishvili, George.treeline
facilitation
global warming
29-7August 3rd
9:30 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Allelopathic effects of Vincetoxicum stocksii and Zygophyllum fabago.PaperZaidi, Mudassir.Pakistan
Allelopathic effects
Vincetoxicum stocksii
Zygophyllum fabago
29-8August 3rd
9:45 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Effects of disturbance on the persistence of HowellPaperRenner, Maralyn A..Montia
Portulacaceae
disturbance
monitoring
mitigation
competition
29-9August 3rd
10:00 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Interactions between Shrub Steppe Perennials and Winter Annual Grass WeedsPaperAllen, Phil S., Meyer, Susan E..invasion biology
community ecology
restoration
winter annual
shrub steppe
August 3rd
10:15 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Break
29-10August 3rd
10:30 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Shade tolerance in the seaside alder (Alnus maritima) and the hazel alder (Alnus serrulata)PaperRice, Stanley A., Schrader, James, Graves, William, Gibson, J. Phil, Morningstar, Dawn.Alnus maritima
Alnus serrulata
shade tolerance
densiometry
chlorophyll
29-11August 3rd
10:45 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Leaf phenology and hydraulic conductance as determinants of shade tolerance in temperate forest treesPaperGivnish, TJ, Lopez, Omar R., Montgomery, Rebecca A., Lopez, Krista Farris.adaptation
shade tolerance
leaf phenology
forest ecology
whole-plant compensation point
29-12August 3rd
11:00 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Determinants of shade tolerance and its importance for local species distributions of S. Appalachian treesPaperMontgomery, Rebecca A., Lopez, Omar R., Lopez, Krista Farris, Givnish, TJ.shade tolerance
Diversity
Appalachian Mountains
leaf phenology
photosynthesis
29-13August 3rd
11:15 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Bottomland hardwood forest composition and structure associated with occurrence of the federally endangered species, Lindera melissifolia (Lauraceae) in MississippiPaperHawkins, Tracy, Lockhart, B. R., Devall, Margaret S., Schiff, Nathan M., Hamel, Paul.Lindera melissifolia
Lauraceae
Endangered
bottomland forest
29-14August 3rd
11:30 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)The effect of population size on phenotypic plasticity in the threatened plant Lupinus perennisPaperTracey, Christopher, Michaels, Helen, Bouzat, Juan.phenotypic plasticity
threatened plant
population size
29-15August 3rd
11:45 am
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Floral Biology and Breeding System of the Crenulate Leadplant, Amorpha herbacea var. crenulata (Fabaceae), An Endangered South Florida Pine Rockland EndemicPaperLinares, Lauren.breeding system
outcrossing
self-incompatibility
protogyny
Fabaceae
Tuesday, August 3rd · 8:15 am to 10:30 am · Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)
Session 30: Contributed Papers: Linales and Malpighiales
Presider: Mac H. Alford, Cornell University
30-1August 3rd
8:15 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny of the Flaxes: Evolutionary Relationships and Biogeography in Linum and the LinaceaePaperMcDill, Joshua, Simpson, Beryl.Linum
Linaceae
biogeography
Bayesian phylogenetic inference
South America
South Africa
North America
phylogenetic inference
Cliococca
Sclerolinon
Hesperolinon
trnL intron
trnL-trnF IGS
trnK 3' intron
30-2August 3rd
8:30 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic relationships within Croton alabamensis, a rare shrub disjunct between Texas and Alabama, inferred by DNA sequence data and AFLP analysisPaperJelinski, Nic, Van Ee, Benjamin, Hipp, Andrew, Berry, Paul E..Croton alabamensis
disjunction
AFLP
ITS
trnL-F
population structure
30-3August 3rd
8:45 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Molecular phylogenetics of Phyllanthaceae: Evidence from plastid atpB, matK, ndhF, rbcL and single-copy nuclear PHYC sequencesPaperKathriarachchi, Hashendra, Hoffmann, Petra, Samuel, Rosabelle, Wurdack, J.Kenneth, Chase, Mark W..molecular systematics
Phyllanthaceae
atpB
matK
ndhF
rbcL
PHYC
30-4August 3rd
9:00 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic relationships in the subtribe Flueggeinae (Phyllanthaceae) with emphasis o­n genus Phyllanthus: Evidence from nuclear ITS and plastid matK sequencesPaperKathriarachchi, Hashendra, Samuel, Rosabelle, Hoffmann, Petra, Wurdack, J.Kenneth, Stuessy, Tod F., Chase, Mark W..Phyllanthus
Flueggeinae
ITS
matK
molecular phylogenetics
30-5August 3rd
9:15 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Monophyly and Floral Character Homology of Old World Passiflora (Subgenus Decaloba: Supersection Disemma)PaperKrosnick, Shawn E., Freudenstein, John.Passiflora
Passifloraceae
Floral morphology
homology
molecular phylogeny
30-6August 3rd
9:30 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)The phylogeny of Adenia Forsskal (Passifloraceae), new species, and a new combinationPaperHearn, David, McDade, Lucinda A..adaptive radiation
Adenia
endemism
growth habit
Madagascar
Passifloraceae
parametric bootstrap
30-7August 3rd
9:45 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic analysis reveals the photosynthetic relatives of Rafflesia, the world’s largest flowerPaperBarkman, Todd J., Lim, Seok-Hong, Mat Salleh, Kamarudin, Nais, Jamili.Rafflesia
Rafflesiaceae
angiosperm phylogeny
mt DNA
matR
30-8August 3rd
10:00 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny and Classification of the Flacourtiaceae/Salicaceae ComplexPaperAlford, Mac H..Flacourtiaceae
Salicaceae
Scyphostegiaceae
Samydaceae
Classification
amentifery
nectaries
trnL-F
ndhF
30-9August 3rd
10:15 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Complexities in the Phylogeny of Salix (Salicaceae).PaperBrunsfeld, Steven J., Anttila, Carina K..Salix
phylogeny
matK
ITS
incongruence
Tuesday, August 3rd · 8:45 am to 12:45 pm · Alpine A (Snowbird Center)
Session 31: Colloquium: Methods and theory of phylogenetic Inference, Part I
Presider: Mark P. Simmons, Colorado State University
31-1August 3rd
8:45 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Methods and theory of phylogenetic inferenceSymposiumKelchner, Scot A., Simmons, Mark P..
31-2August 3rd
9:00 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Incongruence around the species level: Is the glass half full or half empty?SymposiumDoyle, Jeff J..incongruence
gene tree/species tree
tokogeny
31-3August 3rd
9:30 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Estimating speciation and extinction rates from phylogenetic trees: A Markov chain Monte Carlo approachSymposiumSalamin, Nicolas.birth and death
speciation and extinction rates
Markov chain Monte Carlo
importance sampling
macroevolution
phylogenetics
31-4August 3rd
10:00 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Dead Green: Conceptual and Empirical Perspectives on Integrating Fossils and Extant Taxa in Phylogenetic AnalysisSymposiumSoltis, Pamela S., Manos, Paul S., Manchester, Steven R., Bell, Charles, Soltis, Douglas E..divergence time estimates
fossils
phylogeny reconstruction
missing data
August 3rd
10:30 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Break
31-5August 3rd
10:45 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)The use of ESTs in phylogenetic analyses SymposiumSoltis, Douglas E., Soltis, Pamela S., Albert, Victor A., Kim, Sangtae.expressed sequence tags
phylogeny reconstruction
genomic resources
31-6August 3rd
11:15 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Resampling branch support strategies: balancing accuracy and effortSymposiumFreudenstein, John.branch support
cladistic analysis
jackknife
31-7August 3rd
11:45 am
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)The influence of flat topological priors on Bayesian inference of phylogeneticsSymposiumRandle, Christopher P., Pickett, Kurt M..Bayesian phylogenetics
bootstrap
jackknife
clade posterior probability
prior probability
31-8August 3rd
12:15 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Parsimony vs. Bayesian likelihood for phylogenetic inference from heterogeneous datasetsSymposiumSimmons, Mark P., Zhang, Li-Bing, Webb, Colleen T., Reeves, Aaron, Miller, Jeremy A..rate heterogeneity
phylogenetic inference
Bayesian likelihood
parsimony
branch support
simulations
Tuesday, August 3rd · 10:00 am to 11:30 am · Superior A (Cliff Lodge)
Session D2: Discussion Session: Discerning homologies: Gene expression, development, and morphology
Presider: William E. Friedman, University of Colorado
D2-1August 3rd
10:00 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)Discerning homologies: Gene expression, development, and morphologyDiscussionFriedman, William E., Hufford, Larry.
Tuesday, August 3rd · 10:30 am to 12:00 pm · Superior B (Cliff Lodge)
Session D2a: Discussion Session: Toward(s) a consensus working classification for seed-plants: Modified APG II and The Plant-book
August 3rd
10:30 am
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)David Mabberley - Toward(s) a consensus working classification for seed-plants: Modified APG II and The Plant-book
Tuesday, August 3rd · 11:00 am to 12:00 pm · Magpie B (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Phytochemical Section Business Meeting
Presider: Emanuel L. Johnson, USDA ARS
August 3rd
11:00 am
Magpie B (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Tuesday, August 3rd · 11:00 am to 12:00 pm · Magpie A (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Historical Section Business Meeting
Presider: Carol L. Kelloff, Smithsonian Institution
August 3rd
11:00 am
Magpie A (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Tuesday, August 3rd · 11:30 am to 1:00 pm · Creekside Patio (Cliff Lodge)
Luncheon: Economic Botany Luncheon
Presider: D. M. Spooner, USDA-ARS, University of Wisconsin
August 3rd
11:30 am
Creekside Patio (Cliff Lodge)Luncheon
Tuesday, August 3rd · 11:30 am to 12:30 pm · Superior Terrace (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: UMEB undergraduate student and mentor Meeting and Luncheon
Presider: Karen S. Renzaglia, Southern Illinois University
August 3rd
11:30 am
Superior Terrace (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Tuesday, August 3rd · 11:30 am to 12:30 pm · Atrium Patio (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: BSA Education Committee Meeting and Luncheon
Presider: Allison Snow, Ohio State University
August 3rd
11:30 am
Atrium Patio (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Tuesday, August 3rd · 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm · Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)
Session 32: Contributed Posters: Bryology and Lichenology Posters
Presider: Nancy G. Slack,
32-1August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Studies on the Lichen Parmotrema rigidum from North and South AmericaPoster: Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSEgan, Robert S., Harms, Robert, Widhelm, Todd.Parmotrema
lichens
32-2August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Differential seedling survival o­n boreal feather moss remains burned in a forest firePoster: Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSSimpson, Michael, Dale, DR. M.R.T..Feather mosses
Seedling survival
succession
Larix laricina
Picea glauca
32-3August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Molecular and morphological divergences in the simple thalloid liverwort Jensenia Lindb. (Pallaviciniaceae Mig., Marchantiophyta)Poster: Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSForrest, Laura L., Schuette, Scott, Stotler, Raymond E., Crandall-Stotler, Barbara J..Jensenia
Pallaviciniaceae
rbcL
rps4
trnTUGU - trnLUAA
atpB-rbcL
Marchantiophyta
32-4August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Monitoring changes in lichen populations above the tree line – Nephroma arcticum in Scotland, a case studyPoster: Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSFryday, Alan M..
32-5August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Computerization of the lichen collection at the Michigan State University herbarium.Poster: Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSJohnson, Andrew L, Fryday, Alan M., Prather, L. Alan.
32-6August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Evidence for a pyrenoid-based CO2-concentrating mechanism in hornworts using membrane-inlet mass spectrometryPoster: Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSHanson, David T., Andrews, T. John, Badger, Murray R..photosynthesis
hornworts
pyrenoid
Rubisco
CO2-concentrating mechanism
32-7August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Antimicrobial Properties of Three Liverworts: Radula obconica, Blasia pusilla, and Pallavicinia lyelliiPoster: Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSMillar, Katherine, Crandall-Stotler, Barbara J., Ferreira, Jorge.antibacterial activity
bibenzyls
oil bodies
32-8August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Spatial Patterns of Species Richness of Mosses in Southern New JerseyPoster: Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSO'Brien, Terry.conservation
Bryophytes
moss
spatial scale
New Jersey
32-9August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Alpine bryophytes and lichens of Mt. Katahdin, MainePoster: Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSDibble, Alison C., Hinds, James W., Miller, Norton G., Fryday, Alan M..alpine habitats
lichens
range extension
Bryophytes
Mt. Katahdin
Maine
32-10August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Reconstruction of the sperm cells of two bryophytes: from the transmission electron microscope through three-dimensional digital modelsPoster: Developmental and Structural SectionBlackwell, Andrew J., Gates, Hilarie D., Renzaglia, Karen S..architecture
reproductive morphology
sperm cell
three-dimension
32-11August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Comparative morphological and ultrastructural survey of hornwort sporesPoster: Developmental and Structural SectionVillarreal, Juan Carlos, Schuette, Scott, Witters, Jeffrey, Renzaglia, Karen S., Taylor, Wilson A..hornworts
spores
morphological diversity
ultrastructure
32-12August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)FERONIA controls pollen tube reception in Arabidopsis thaliana.Poster: Developmental and Structural SectionEscobar, Juan-Miguel, Huck, N, Federer, M, Gagliardini, V, Gheyselinck, J, Grossniklaus, Ueli, Huck, N, Federer, M, Gagliardini, V, Gheyselinck, J.feronia
Pollen tube
fertilization
gametophyte
32-13August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Pollen Development in Ephedra americana (Gnetales)Poster: Developmental and Structural SectionDoores, Allison S., Osborn, Jeffrey M..Ephedra
Ephedra americana
Gnetales
pollen
Pollen development
Pollen ontogeny
ultrastructure
Gymnosperm
32-14August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Pollen Ontogeny in the Giant Water Lily Victoria (Nymphaeaceae, Nymphaeales)Poster: Developmental and Structural SectionHudson, Patrick J., Miesner, Jolene M., Strandquist, Julie N., Schwartz, Julie A., Thiemann, Tara C., Osborn, Jeffrey M..Victoria
Nymphaeaceae
Nymphaeales
Water lilies
aquatic plants
pollen
Pollen development
Pollen ontogeny
ultrastructure
32-15August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Asexual embryogenesis in Rudbeckia fulgida.Poster: Developmental and Structural SectionCarmichael, Jeff.Rudbeckia
apomixis
pseudogamy
embrogenesis
confocal
32-16August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Lotus japonicus as a model system to study legume fruit developmentPoster: Developmental and Structural SectionJeong, Sang Ho, Yanofsky, Marty.Lotus japonicus legume fruit development
32-17August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeny and evolution of asymmetric flowers in Senna (Leguminosae, Cassiinae)Poster: Developmental and Structural SectionMarazzi, Brigitte, Conti, Elena, Endress, Peter K..Leguminosae
phylogeny
floral asymmetry
floral structure
rps16 intron
rpl16 intron
matK exon
enantiostyly
Senna
Senna
rpl16 intron
rps16 intron
matK exon
32-18August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The role of B-class genes in the development of Aristolochia perianth.Poster: Developmental and Structural SectionJaramillo, M. Alejandra.MADS box genes
flower development
Aristolochia
32-19August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Adventitious roots and shoots are strongly polarized in seedlings of Rhizophora manglePoster: Developmental and Structural SectionTomlinson, P. Barry, Fisher, Jack B..adventitious shoots
tension fibers
reaction wood
mangrove
seedling anatomy
gravitropism
32-20August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)An ultrastructural overview of adaptations that make dodders (Cuscuta spp.) efficient parasitesPoster: Developmental and Structural SectionSherman, Timothy D, Vaughn, Kevin C.parasite
cell wall
ultrastructure
photosynthesis
cytoskeleton
dodder
cuscuta
32-21August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Immunolocalization of cell wall components during dormancy break in underground adventitious buds of Euphorbia esula LPoster: Developmental and Structural SectionSerpe, Marcelo, Pegg, Saro, Chao, Wun.Cell walls
bud dormancy
32-22August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)InsideWood: An internet-accessible wood anatomy database.Poster: Developmental and Structural SectionWheeler, E.A., Simpson, T.D., Rodgers, S.L., Gasson, P.E., Brown, K.R., Bartlett, J.A., Baas, P..wood anatomy
teaching
fossil
database
32-23August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Cell Growth in the Green Algal Order Coleochaetales (Charophyceae)Poster: Developmental and Structural SectionBetzelberger, Amy M., Doty, Karen F., Cook, Martha E..charophycean algae
cell growth
cellulose
cytoskeleton
Evolution
Coleochaete
Chaetosphaeridium
32-24August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Ultrastructural characterization of the infection process of two seagrass species by the protist Labyrinthula spPoster: Developmental and Structural SectionSherman, Timothy D, Evans, Kerry R, Vojvodic, Svjetlana.Cell walls
ultrastructure
pathogen
cellulose
pectin
xyloglucan
immunolocalization
seagrass
callose
32-25August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Analysis of metals in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) populations from the Chincoteague Bay, VirginiaPoster: Ecological SectionMitra, Madhumi, Balogun, Bashiru, Waguespack, Yan.Chincoteague Bay
Eelgrass
ICP
metals
32-26August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Modeling distributions of rare plants in the eastern Great BasinPoster: Ecological SectionAitken, M., Shultz, Leila M., Roberts, D.W..endemic
predictive model
classification tree
biogeography
32-27August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Scale-dependent associations of invasive Linaria vulgaris and native plant diversity in ColoradoPoster: Ecological SectionBovee, K.M..invasive species
Linaria vulgaris
32-28August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Estimating Cover of Bromus tectorum (cheatgrass) using Tobit Regression and Phenology derived from Two Dates of Satellite ImagesPoster: Ecological SectionPeterson, Eric B..Bromus tectorum
cheatgrass
remote sensing
GIS
32-29August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)A preliminary survey of macroalgal and aquatic plant distribution in the Mobile-Tensaw deltaPoster: Ecological SectionMajor, C. Smoot, Major, Kelly.community ecology
distribution
environmental change
Plant Biodiversity
community structure
32-30August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Population dynamics of Sedum integrifolium ssp. leedyiPoster: Ecological SectionOlfelt, Joel P..Sedum
Effective Population Size
Demographic
Endangered
32-31August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The criteria for biomass partitioning of the current shoot: water transport versus mechanical supportPoster: Ecological SectionTaneda, H, Tateno, M.shoot
wood anatomy
hydraulic conductivity
Biomass Partitioning
mechanical strength
32-32August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Reproductive allocation in the invasive cleistogamous grass Microstegium vimineumPoster: Ecological SectionCheplick, Gregory.Ecology
Poaceae
Seeds
shade tolerance
32-33August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Effects of pollen load size and composition on pollen tube attrition, seed production, and progeny vigor in Clarkia unguiculata (Onagraceae)Poster: Ecological SectionNemeth, M. Barbara, Huerta, Alfredo J., Smith-Huerta, Nancy L..pollen
progeny
vigor
32-34August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The unusual pollinator associations of Iliamna bakeri (Malvaceae), a rare, fire-following forb endemic to the Modoc plateau region (CA)Poster: Ecological SectionArneson, Laura C, Tepedino, Vincent J..pollination
rare taxa
Fire-following species
32-35August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Outcrossing mechanisms in Solanum conocarpum (Solanaceae), a rare Virgin Islands’ endemicPoster: Ecological SectionStanford, Alice, Vanessa, Forbes.Solanum
self-incompatibility
endemic
Endangered
Virgin Islands
32-36August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The role of outbreeding and seedling establishment in natural and reintroduced populations of SilenePoster: Ecological SectionLofflin, Diana, Kephart, Susan.rarity
Seedling survival
Silene
inbreeding depression
reintroduction
32-37August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Effects of floral display size on the outcrossing rate of Delphinium barbeyi (Ranunculaceae)Poster: Ecological SectionWilliams, C.F. Rick.Delphinium
geitonogamy
floral display size
outcrossing
32-38August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Comparative Flora of the San Juan and Sangre de Cristo Mountain RangesPoster: Ecological SectionKleier, Catherine, Meinhold, Matthew James.alpine biogeography
herbarium use
32-39August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Classification Tree and GIS-based Predictive Habitat Modeling for Xerophyllum asphodeloides (L.) Nutt. (Melanthiaceae), a Rare Fire-adapted Appalachian Forest HerbPoster: Ecological SectionBourg, Norman A., McShea, William J., Gill, Douglas E..classification tree
Ecology
Appalachian Mountains
geographical distribution
Melanthiaceae
predictive model
rare taxa
32-40August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)On the edge: Survival in coloninzing populations of fireweed, Epilobium angustifoliumPoster: Ecological SectionDona, Amy J., Galen, Candace.alpine habitat
Epilobium angustifolium
fireweed
survival
colonization
wind
shade
Salix
32-41August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)An ecological study of the endangered pondberry (Lindera melissifolia [Walt] Blume)Poster: Ecological SectionDevall, Margaret S., Schiff, Nathan M., Hawkins, Tracy, Connor, Kristina, Echt, Craig, Gardiner, Emile, Hamel, Paul, Leininger, Ted, Wilson, Dan.endangered species
Lindera melissifolia
Lauraceae
pondberry
32-42August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Population genetics of Swallenia alexandrae (Poaceae), the Eureka Valley dune grass.Poster: Ecological SectionBell, Hester L., Friar, Elizabeth, Columbus, J. Travis.Poaceae
Swallenia alexandrae
population genetic diversity
RAPDs
rare endemic
32-43August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Effects of nutrient limitation on sex allocation in gynodioecious Geranium richardsonii (GERANEACEAE)Poster: Ecological SectionBala, Janet, Williams, C.F. Rick, McGonigle, T.P..gynodioecious
Sex allocation
nutrient limitation
hermaphrodite
32-44August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Origin of ancient potato clones cultivated in Tierra del Fuego (Argentina)Poster: Economic Botany SectionPeralta, Iris Edith, Roig, Fidel Antonio, Galmarini, Claudio R..Solanum, potato clones, genetic resources
32-45August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Modeling herbicide binding to tubulin in three-dimensionsPoster: Genetics SectionBaird, Wm. Vance, Nyporko, Alexej Yu., Yemets, Alla I., Blume, Yaroslav B..tubulin
herbicide
goosegrass
molecular modeling
32-46August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Development of microsatellite markers in Viola pubescens (Violaceae) and comparisons to allozymes and ISSRs in a population genetic studyPoster: Genetics SectionCulley, Theresa M..Viola pubescens
microsatellite
population genetics
allozymes
ISSR
32-47August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Sequence variation at chloroplast and nuclear DNA regions of Citrullus species: implications for the evolution of watermelonPoster: Genetics SectionDane, Fenny, Lang, Ping, Liu, Rona.Citrullus
chloroplast
biogeography
domestication
watermelon
32-48August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Population genetic diversity of Gentiana puberulenta in tallgrass prairie fragmentsPoster: Genetics SectionGehring, J. L., Alexander, N.J..population genetics
RAPD
tallgrass prairie
genetic diversity
Gentiana
isozyme
Gentianaceae
32-49August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Studies of floral B class gene evolution in basal core EudicotsPoster: Genetics SectionHu, Jer-Ming, Su, Huei-Jiun, Wu, Cheng-Chiang.ABC model
Evolution
eudicots
gene evolution
32-50August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Sugar transporter gene family discovery in the fern Ceratopteris richardiiPoster: Genetics SectionJohnson, Deborah Alongi, Thomas, Michael A., Hill, Jeffrey P..Arabidopsis
BAC library
bioinformatics
candidate genes
Ceratopteris
comparative genomics
expressed sequence tags
gene family
monosaccharide transporters
alternation of generations
fern life cycle
32-51August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Identification of Sugar Transporter Genes in Selaginella kraussianaPoster: Genetics SectionKatseanes, Kara M., Johnson, Deborah Alongi, Hill, Jeffrey P..bioinformatics
Selaginella kraussiana
monosaccharide transporter genes
gene family
alteration of generations
comparative genomics
lycophyte
non-seed plant
32-52August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Stress response of HaNAC-1, a NAC-domain protein gene from Helianthus annuus (Asteraceae)Poster: Genetics SectionLiu, Xianan, Swire-Clark, Ginger, Baird, Wm. Vance.gene expression
cDNA cloning
environmental stress
no apical meristem
sunflower
32-53August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Regeneration of Trachycarpus fortunei (Windmill palm) through OrganogenesisPoster: Genetics SectionLokuge, M A, Wilson, K G, Francko, D A.Trachycarpus fortunei
Regeneration
Organogenesis
Benzylamino purine
32-54August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The identification of CBF/DREB homologs in cold-hardy and cold-sensitive palmsPoster: Genetics SectionLu, Li, Wilson, K G, Francko, D A.cold acclimation
cold-hardy
palms
CBF/DREB
cold-hardy palms
32-55August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Using ISSRs to assess genetic variation within and between populations of blue flaxPoster: Genetics SectionMatheson, Taina, Johnson, Devin P., McMurry, Samuel L., Johnson, Leigh A..Linum
population genetics
restoration seeding
ISSRs
32-56August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Microstructural variation in the trnH-psbA region of the chloroplast genome of conifersPoster: Genetics SectionPhillips, Mellisa M, Raubeson, Linda A..chloroplast DNA
microstructural changes
noncoding chloroplast DNA
32-57August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Estimating the gentic diversity of perennial wild rice, Oryza rufipogon, in the Mekong Delta of VietnamPoster: Genetics SectionReagon, Michael, Quilloy, Sheila Mae, Snow, Allison, Cohen, Michael.Oryza Rufipon
Mekong Delta, Vietnam
conservation
genetic diversity
Rice Germplasm
32-58August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)An Analysis of Microsatellite Loci in Arabidopsis thaliana: Mutational Dynamics and ApplicationPoster: Genetics SectionSymonds, Vaughan, Lloyd, Alan.microsatellite
Arabidopsis
32-59August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Ecological Genomics of Glucosinolates in Relatives of ArabidopsisPoster: Genetics SectionWindsor, Aaron J., Shumate, Alice M., Formanova, Natasa, Mitchell-Olds, Thomas.Brassicaceae
comparative genomics
insect resistance
glucosinolate
secondary metabolism
32-60August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)An Eocene (Uintan) Aged Flora from the Uinta Basin, Utah.Poster: Paleobotanical SectionSandau, Stephen.Eocene
fossil
paleocology
temperature
western North America
Uinta Basin
Utah
32-61August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Permian plant-insect interactions in a Gondwana flora of southern BrazilPoster: Paleobotanical SectionIannuzzi, Roberto, Adami-Rodrigues, Karen, Damiani Pinto, Iraja.Plant-insect interaction
Permian
Gondwana
Brazil
32-62August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Comparison of cold acclimation in Sabal palmetto: callus cultures versus whole plantsPoster: Physiological SectionLokuge, M A, Lute, S K, Fakhar, Faiza, Francko, D A, Wilson, K G.cold acclimation
proteins
ion leakage assay
cold-hardy palms
Sabal palmetto
32-63August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Photosynthesis and biomass production of Zea mays sown under plastic.Poster: Physiological SectionOlowoyeye, Kehinde, Osborne, Bruce, Keane, George.maize
low temperature
biomass
fluorescence
photosynthesis
photodegradable plastic
32-64August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Effect of moss-dominated biological soil crusts on seed germination of Bromus tectorum and Elymus wawawaiensisPoster: Physiological SectionOrm, Jeanne, Rosentreter, Roger, Serpe, Marcelo.seed
germination
Mosses
32-65August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Oxalate and phytate concentrations in seeds of soybean (Glycine max L.)Poster: Phytochemical SectionHorner, Harry T., Cervantes-Martinez, Teresa, Healy, Rosaria, Reddy, Manju B., Bailey, Theodore B., Bernard, Richard L., Palmer, Reid G..oxalate
phytate
soybean
seed
nutrition
32-66August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)A kinase signaling cascade: rambling in the labyrinth?Poster: Phytochemical SectionKurchii, B.A..nitric oxide and ethylene signaling cascades
free radical chain reactions
oxidative agents
32-67August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Comparative Phytochemical analysis of three varieties of Arachis hypogaea L. (Fabaceae)Poster: Phytochemical SectionOgunwenmo, K. Olusola, Adebiyi, Abimbola E..Arachis hypogaea
Phytochemical analysis
Color cocentration
Oil yield
Oleic and linoleic acids
32-68August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Diversity in fern steles: no more than nodal diversity?Poster: Pteridological Section/AFSBorisovskaya, Galina M., Romanova, Marina.ferns
dictyostele
node
leaf trace
leaf gap
shoot apical meristem
32-69August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Elaphoglossum (Elaphoglossaceae) section Squamipedia: phylogenetic relationships based on chloroplast trnL-trnF and rps4-trnS sequencesPoster: Pteridological Section/AFSAbdul-Salim, K., Motley, Timothy J., Moran, Robbin.Elaphoglossaceae
Elaphoglossum
sect. Squamipedia
trnL-trnF
rps4-trnS
32-70August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)How to deal with bulky ferns ? – Towards a standardized method for tree fern collectionsPoster: Pteridological Section/AFSJanssen, Thomas, Lehnert, Marcus.tree ferns
Cyatheaceae
Dicksoniaceae
collection methods
specimen composition
32-71August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Wax glands on Cheilanthes lanosa gametophytesPoster: Pteridological Section/AFSLingle, Mathew A., Diamond, Hope L., Swatzell, Lucinda J..gametophyte
trichomes
Cheilanthes
wax gland
32-72August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeny and Biogeography of Thuja (Cupressaceae), An Eastern Asian and North American Disjunct GenusPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTLi, Jianhua, Xiang, Qiaoping.Thuja
phylogeny
biogeography
nrDNA ITS
Cupressaceae
Thuja
nrDNA ITS sequences
32-73August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)A phylogenetic study of PodocarpaceaePoster: Systematics Section / ASPTFine, Nichole L. Y., Raubeson, Linda A..chloroplast DNA
mitochondrial DNA
nad5
atpB
phylogeny reconstruction
Podocarpaceae
32-74August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Characterization and phylogenetic utility of a highly variable chloroplast region in the genus JuniperusPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTMorris, Julie A., Schwarzbach, Andrea E., Adams, Robert P..Cupressaceae
Juniperus
trnC-D
32-75August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Infrageneric phylogeny of Schoenocaulon (Liliales: Melanthiaceae) based o­n ITS sequence dataPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTZomlefer, W. B., Whitten, W. M., Judd, W. S., Williams, N. H..Schoenocaulon
ITS
Melanthiaceae
Liliales
32-76August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Pucara (Amaryllidaceae) reduced to synonymy with Stenomesson on the basis of nuclear and plastid DNA spacer sequences, and a new related species of StenomessonPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTMeerow, Alan, van der Werff, Henk.Amaryllidaceae
Andes
Bayesian analysis
chloroplast DNA
cladistic analysis
Classification
ITS
molecular phylogeny
molecular systematics
monocot
32-77August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Molecular systematics and generic concepts in Maxillariinae (Orchidaceae), and a polyclave key to Maxillaria of Costa RicaPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTWhitten, W. M., Williams, N. H., Atwood, John T..Orchidaceae
nrDNA ITS
Maxillaria
LUCID
32-78August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogenetic studies in brazilian Maxillariinae orchidsPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTSinger, Rodrigo, Koehler, Samantha, Williams, N. H., Whitten, W. M., do Amaral, Maria do Carmo.Maxillaria
Orchidaceae
nrDNA ITS
matK
trnL-F
pollination biology
32-79August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogenetic reconstruction of Phalaenopsis (Orchidaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTPadolina, Joanna.phylogeny
taxonomy
Orchidaceae
Phalaenopsis
32-80August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogenetics and development of Catasetum L.C. Rich. (Orchidaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTFulop, Daniel, Kramer, Elena M.Orchidaceae
phylogenetics
flower development
sexual dimorphism
32-81August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Is the genus Lymania (Bromeliaceae) monophyletyc? Phylogenetic analyses of morphology, molecular and combined dataPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTSousa, Leandro O. F. de, Wendt, Tania, Brown, Gregory K., Tuthill, Dorothy E., Evans, Timothy M..Bromeliaceae
morphology
matK
combined data
Lymania
Brazil
32-82August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Monophly and relationships of Macrochordion (Bromeliaceae) inferred from morphological dataPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTFaria, Ana Paula G. de, Wendt, Tania, Brown, Gregory K..Bromeliaceae
Bromelioideae
cladistic analysis
morphology
Aechmea
32-83August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogenetic relationships in Bromelioideae (Bromeliaceae) based on three chloroplast DNA regionsPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTEvans, Timothy M., Brown, Gregory K., Wendt, Tania, Tuthill, Dorothy E..Bayesian phylogenetics
Bromeliaceae
Bromelioideae
parsimony
32-84August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Revision of Lymania (Bromelioideae-Bromeliaceae) an endemic genus to Bahia, BrazilPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTSousa, Leandro O. F. de, Wendt, Tania, Faria, Ana Paula G. de.Bromeliaceae
taxonomy
Lymania
Brazil
32-85August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The bristles of Dulichium (Cyperaceae), a floral ontogenetic studyPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTVrijdaghs, A., Caris, P., Goetghebeur, P., Smets, E..Cyperaceae
Dulichium
Floral ontogeny
perianth
SEM
32-86August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Morphometric Analysis of Species Boundaries in the Carex eburnea ComplexPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTGillespie, Emily L., Reece, L. Court, Murrell, Zack E..morphometrics
PCA
species delimitation
Carex
32-87August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Understanding genome origins and evolution of a complex polyploid, Sorghum halepense (Poaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTKellogg, Caroline D., Doyle, Jeff J., Kresovich, Stephen.polyploid origin
haplotype network
gene flow
tetrasomic inheritance
32-88August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Rooting the Zingiberales Phylogenetic Tree: Evidence from Three GenomesPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTPrince, Linda, Kress, W. John.likelihood
mitochondrial DNA
nuclear ribosomal DNA
parsimony
phylogenetic inference
plastid DNA
Zingiberales
32-89August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Taxonomy of subsection Ranunculus Cassubici Tzvel. in BelarusPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTSimon, Tatsiana, Parfenov, Viktor, Skuratovich N. Arkadii, Arkadii.apomixis
Ranunculaceae
Ranunculus
subsection
Cassubicus
32-90August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Integrating phylogeny, biogeography, and fossil dates in Banksia and Dryandra (Proteaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTHavery, Shawn, Mast, Austin.Proteaceae
Australia
Banksia
Dryandra
fossils
dating
biogeography
cpDNA
32-91August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The origin and the distribution of the mountainous-xerophyte endemics and the desert halophytes of Anabasis (Chenopodiaceae) in the Older Mediterranean regionPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTFeodorova, T.A.Anabasis
Chenopodiaceae
systematics
32-92August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Using nucleotide sequences from nuclear (Nitrate Reductase) and chloroplast (trnC-trnD) introns for phylogenetic reconstruction of closely related species: An example in Hawaiian Schiedea (Caryophyllaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTWallace, Lisa, Jacobs, Bridget, Walsh, Robert, Nepokroeff, Molly.Caryophyllaceae
nitrate reductase
trnC-trnD
Schiedea
phylogenetic inference
32-93August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)LEAFY intron phylogeny and hybrid speciation in Polygonum section Persicaria (Polygonaceae) of eastern North AmericaPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTKim, Sang-Tae, Donoghue, Michael J..Polygonum
Persicaria
phylogeny
polyploidy
LEAFY
Intron DNA
hybridization
32-94August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeographic structure in Liquidambar styraciflua (Altingiaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTMorris, Ashley B., Gitzendanner, Matthew A., Soltis, Douglas E., Soltis, Pamela S..biogeography
chloroplast DNA
Liquidambar styraciflua
32-95August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeny of the Elaeodendron group (Celastraceae) inferred from morphological characters and nuclear and plastid genesPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTIslam, Melissa B., Simmons, Mark P., Archer, Robert H..Celastraceae
Cassine
Elaeodendron
26S rDNA
ITS
trnL-F
32-96August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Monophyletic origin and Adaptive Radiation in Hawaiian Chamaesyce (Euphorbiaceae) based on ITS and trnLF sequence variationPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTMorden, Cliff, Montgomery, Rebecca A..adaptive radiation
C4 photosynthesis
Chamaesyce
Euphorbiaceae
ITS
trnL-F
32-97August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Examining infrageneric relationships in the genus Hypericum (Clusiaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTCimino, M.T..Hypericum
trnL-trnF
ITS
Clusiaceae
32-98August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Towards a densely sampled phylogeny of Cucurbitaceae worldwidePoster: Systematics Section / ASPTKocyan, Alexander, Zhang, Li-Bing, Renner, Susanne S..Benincaseae
Cucurbiteae
Melothrieae
Sicyeae
Trichosantheae
Zanonioideae
Joliffieae
32-99August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Assessment of the value of ITS and trnL for a study of sexual system evolution in Bryonia and Ecballium(Cucurbitaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTVolz, Stefanie, Kocyan, Alexander, Renner, Susanne S..ITS
paralogues
sexual systems
phylogeography
trnL
Bryonia
Ecballium
32-100August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The phylogenetic position of Astragalus (Fabaceae) species from central MexicoPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTSalgado Hernández, Esmeralda, González Ledesma, Manuel, Gernandt, David S..Astragalus
nrDNA ITS
Neo-Astragalus
phylogeny
32-101August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeny and biogeography of Castanea (Fagaceae) based o­n chloroplast sequence dataPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTLang, Ping, Dane, Fenny.Castanea
chestnut
biogeography
chloroplast DNA
phylogeny
32-102August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)A Preliminary Survey of Leaf Micromorphology in Eugenia (Myrtaceae) Based on Scanning Electron MicroscopyPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTCsizmadi, Jessie, Snow, Neil.Eugenia
Myrtaceae
Leaf Micromorphology
SEM
systematics
32-103August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Huilaea and the Blakeeae (Melastomataceae): phylogenetic relationships reconsideredPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTPenneys, Darin S., Whitten, W. M., Williams, N. H., Judd, Walter S..Melastomataceae
Blakeeae
Huilaea
phylogenetics
neotropics
pollination
32-104August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Preliminary evidence for the monophyly and diversification within the Malagasy HibisceaePoster: Systematics Section / ASPTKoopman, Margaret M., Smith, Stacey D., Baum, David A..matK
Madagascar
ndhF
Hibisceae
Hibiscus
Azanzae
Malvaceae
32-105August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogenetic and biogeographic diversifications of Rhus (Anacardiaceae) in the Northern HemispherePoster: Systematics Section / ASPTYi, Tingshuang, Miller, Allison J., Wen, Jun.
32-106August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Morphological Analysis of Shooting Star Populations (Dodecatheon, Primulaceae) in PennsylvaniaPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTKlotz, Larry, Loeffler, Carol.Dodecatheon
morphological analysis
Pennsylvania
Primulaceae
32-107August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Palynotaxonomic study of tribe Stewartieae (Theaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTHeo, Kyeong-In, Lee, Sangtae.pollen
systematics
Theaceae
Stewartia
Hartia
32-108August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Systematic relationships between day- and night-blooming subspecies of Linanthus dichotomus (Polemoniaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTSimono, Scott, Rentz, Erin D..Linanthus
ITS
vespertine
diurnal
32-109August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Comparative Micromorphology of the Kelloggioid Navarretias (Polemoniaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTBarnes, Donna M., Johnson, Leigh A..taxonomy
SEM
comparative plant morphology
Polemoniaceae
systematics
32-110August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Evolutionary status and the degree of species divergence in the genus Solanum L. (Solanaceae) in West AfricaPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTOyelana, Olatunji.Evolution
Diversity
Solanum
West Africa
32-111August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)A molecular phylogeny and biogeography of Menodora (Oleaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTChumley, Timothy W., Lee, Hae-Lim, Kim, Ki-Joong, Jansen, Robert K..biogeography
disjunction
Menodora
Oleaceae
ITS
rps16
trnL-F
32-112August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Evolutionary History and Divergence of Pedicularis (Scrophulariaceae) in North America.Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTRobart, Bruce, Gladys, Carl, McCafferty, Katie, Koch, Brad, Tran, Christine.angiosperms
biogeography
chloroplast DNA
ITS sequence
matK
parsimony
Scrophulariaceae
systematics
Pedicularis
32-113August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogenetic Relationships within the Subtribe Isoglossinae (Acanthaceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTKiel, Carrie A., Daniel, Thomas F., McDade, Lucinda A..Acanthaceae
Isoglossinae
rps16 intron
trnS-G intergenic spacer
morphology
molecular sequences
32-114August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeny of Collinsonia and Tribe Elsholtzieae (Lamiaceae) Based o­n ITS Sequence AnalysisPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTPeirson, J. A., Cantino, P. D., Ballard, H. E..phylogeny
Collinsonia
Elsholtzieae
Lamiaceae
ITS sequence
32-115August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Comparison of predictive distribution modeling in a Viburnum species complex from Mexico and Central AmericaPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTSmith, Stephen A., Beaman, Reed S., Donoghue, Michael J..Viburnum
Mexico
GIS
geographical distribution
Guatemala
distribution models
32-116August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Molecular phylogenetic perspectives on the evolution and biogeographic history of Malacothrix (Compositae--Cichorieae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTLee, Joongku, Baldwin, Bruce G., Davis, William S., Lee, Hyeong-Kyu.Asteraceae
Compositae
Cichorieae
Malacothricinae
Malacothrix
molecular phylogenetics
ITS
ETS
nuclear ribosomal DNA
Channel Islands
California Islands
insular evolution
island evolution
32-117August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Chloroplast DNA haplotype diversity patterns in autogamous Packera pauciflora.Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTBain, John F, Golden, J.L..Packera
cpDNA
phylogeography
breeding system
32-118August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Allozyme Diversity in Tolpis laciniata (Asteraceae: Lactuceae), a Species Endemic to the Canary IslandsPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTCrawford, Daniel J., Mort, Mark E., Santos-Guerra, Arnoldo.Allozyme
genetic diversity
Canary Islands
Tolpis
Asteraceae
32-119August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Chloroplast DNA evidence on phylogeny of Arnica (Asteraceae-Madieae): comparisons with nuclear ribosomal DNA dataPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTEkenäs, Catarina, Andreasen, Katarina, Baldwin, Bruce G..Asteraceae
trnT-L
rpl16
psbA-trnH
chloroplast
ITS
ETS
phylogeny
phytochemistry
Arnica
32-120August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Better resolution in Helianthus (Asteraceae) using the rDNA external transcribed spacer (ETS)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTTimme, Ruth, Linder, Randal, Simpson, Beryl.Asteraceae
hybridization
molecular systematics
nrDNAETS
polyploidy
sunflower
Helianthus
32-121August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Reconstructing the evolutionary history of a giant: a preliminary ITS phylogeny of Senecio and Tribe Senecioneae (Asteraceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTPelser, Pieter B., Kadereit, Joachim W., Nordenstam, Bertil, Breitwieser, Ilse, Wagstaff, Steven J., Watson, Linda E..Asteraceae
ITS
Senecio
Senecioneae
phylogeny
Senecio
32-122August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Parentage and concerted evolution in Eurasian polyploids of the genus Tragopogon (Asteraceae)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTMavrodiev, Evgeny V., Gitzendanner, Matthew A., Tate, Jennifer A., Edwards, Christine E., Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E..Tragopogon
Asteraceae
polyploidy
concerted evolution
32-123August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Evolution of the SET domain: bacterial pathogens, symbionts, and horizontal gene transferPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTAlvarez-Venegas, Raul, Tikhonov, Alexander, Orti, Guillermo, Moriyama, Etsuko, Avramova, Zoya.Cladistics
coevolution
SET-domain
horizontal gene transfer
32-124August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The complete chloroplast genome sequence of the lycopod, Huperzia lucidula (Lycopodiaceae): implications for land plant phylogenyPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTWolf, Paul G., Kuehl, Jennifer V., Mishler, Brent D., Mandoli, Dina F., Arumuganathan, K., Olmstead, Richard, Renzaglia, Karen S., Manne, Ashwin Kumar, Ellis, Mark W., Karol, Kenneth G., Boore, Jeffrey L..phylogenomics
phylogeny
chloroplast
chloroplast DNA
Annotation
Gene order
Inversion
Land Plant Evolution
land plants
Vascular plants
32-125August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Loss of the Inverted Repeat from Conifer Chloroplast Genomes, a more detailed characterizationPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTRaubeson, Linda A., Feysa, Peter M, IV, Phillips, Mellisa M, Fine, Nichole L. Y., Peery, Rhiannon, Fourcade, H. Matthew, Kuehl, Jennifer V., Boore, Jeffrey.conifer
chloroplast genome
gene order changes
phylogenetics
32-126August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The evolution of the trnT-trnF region in the gymnosperm lineage GnetalesPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTWon, Hyosig, Renner, Susanne.Gnetum
Gnetales
trnL intron
trnT-trnL IGS
trnL-trnF IGS
molecular evolution
32-127August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Both concerted evolution and locus deletion have homogenized nrDNA loci in an allopolyploid species of Glycine (Leguminosae): Segregation data from an artificial cross.Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTJoly, Simon, Doyle, Jane L., Rauscher, Jason T., Brown, A. H. D., Doyle, Jeff J..concerted evolution
allopolyploidy
gene loss
Glycine
nuclear ribosomal DNA
32-128August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Atriplex: A simple-to-use platform for general-purpose grid computingPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTReeves, Aaron, Fisher, Ward I., Simmons, Mark P..grid computing
distributed computing
PAUP*
MrBayes
simulations
computationally intensive analyses
32-129August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Updated Field Checklist from A Floristic Study of the Southern Wasatch Mountains, Utah (including Snowbird)Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTBrasher, Jeffrey W..biodiversity
floristics
Utah
Snowbird
Little Cottonwood Canyon
Wasatch Mountains
APG II
A Utah Flora
plant systematics
32-130August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Determining patterns of biodiversity from the Atlas of Vascular Plants of UtahPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTShultz, Leila M., Ramsey, R. Douglas, Terletzky, Pat.biogeography
Diversity
Natural history collections
Utah vascular plants
32-131August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Development of a Web-accessible database for herbarium specimens in OklahomaPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTHoagland, Bruce, Buthod, Amy, Butler, Ian, Crawford, Priscilla, Udasi, Anurag, Elisens, Wayne, Tyrl, Ron.floristics
herbarium database
32-132August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Building on data being acquired for Plant Information Network IIPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTPiep, Michael B., Barkworth, Mary, Dittberner, Phil.herbarium database
Index Kentuckiensis
distribution
Utah
32-133August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The California Native Plant Society Rare Plant Program and InventoryPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTWard, N. Misa, Tibor, David P..rare taxa
inventory
California
conservation
endangered plants
rarity
endemism
32-134August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)An online interactive key to the woody plants of MinnesotaPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTWeiblen, George D, Deacon, Nick.taxonomy
species identification
digital technology
internet
32-135August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Where are the taxonomists, and does it matter?Poster: Systematics Section / ASPTGeeta, R, Levy, Andre, Hoch, J. Matt, Mark, Melissa.taxonomist
Convention on Biological Diversity
policy
taxonomic impediment
32-136August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Face-to-face: the student and the live plant. 200 years of botany teaching in the Lomonosov Moscow State UniversityPoster: Teaching SectionTimonin, A.K., Glazunova, K.P., Feodorova, T.A.teaching of botany
summer practice
32-137August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Botanical Diversity and Biogeography of Peninsular ThailandPoster: Tropical Biology SectionWilliams, Kyle, Davies, Stuart, Middleton, David.floristics
biogeography
Thailand
tropical
Southeast Asia
systematics
32-138August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Floral biology and effect of insect-plant interaction on pollination intensity, fruit yield and seed set in seven species of Solanum LPoster: Tropical Biology SectionOyelana, Olatunji, Ogunwenmo, K. Olusola.pollination
Pollen load
Solanum
Anthesis
Flower opening and closing
Fruit and Seed set
32-139August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Sexual Systems of the New Caledonian FloraPoster: Tropical Biology SectionSchlessman, Mark A., Vary, Laura B., Lowry II, Porter P., Munzinger, Jérôme.dioecy
monoecy
sexual systems
New Caledonia
andromonoecy
32-140August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Using GIS to Apply Museum Collections Data to Biodiversity Studies and Conservation in Guyana.Poster: Tropical Biology SectionHollowell, Tom, Funk, Vicki A, Richardson, Karen, Ferrier, Simon.Guiana Shield
Guyana
conservation
biodiversity
Expeditions
32-141August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Floristic changes documented by historical herbarium specimens: plant species introduced to KansasPoster: Recent Topics PostersWoods, Teresa M., Strakosh, Suzanne C., Simpson, Nicholas B., Nepal, Madhav P., Chakrabharti, Seemanti, Ferguson, Carolyn.herbarium use
introduced species
floristics
32-142August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)A comprehensive survey of the occurrence and evolution of the cleistogamous breeding system in angiosperms.Poster: Recent Topics PostersKlooster, Matthew R., Culley, Theresa M..cleistogamy
chasmogamy
angiosperms
phylogeny
32-143August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Floral gene resources from basal angiosperms for comparative genomics researchPoster: Recent Topics PostersdePamphilis, Claude W., Ma, Hong, Carlson, John, Leebens-Mack, Jim, Zahn, Laura, Kong, Hongzhi, Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E., Oppenheimer, David, Kim, Sangtae, Buzgo, Matyas, Tanksley, Steve, Mueller, Lukas, Frohlich, Mike, Albert, Victor A..angiosperms
EvoDevo
expressed sequence tags
floral evolution
genomics
32-144August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The chloroplast genome of Pelargonium (Geraniaceae) : It’s a whopper! The largest terrestrial plant chloroplast genome sequenced to datePoster: Recent Topics PostersChumley, Timothy W., Fourcade, H. Matt, Boore, Jeffrey L., Mower, Jeffrey P., Palmer, Jeffrey, Calie, Patrick J., Jansen, Robert K..chloroplast DNA
chloroplast genome
Geraniaceae
plastid genome evolution
plastid DNA
Pelargonium
cpDNA
32-145August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)An overview of the genus Setaria (Poaceae: Panicoideae: Paniceae) in the Old World: systematic revision and phylogenetic approachPoster: Recent Topics PostersAliscioni, Sandra, Morrone, Osvaldo, Zuloaga, Fernando, Kellogg, Elizabeth.Poaceae
Setaria
systematic revision
phylogenetic approach
Old World
32-146August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogenetic analysis of matK pseudogene formation in the subtribe Aeridinae (Orchidaceae): taxonomic distribution and origin hypothesis testing.Poster: Recent Topics PostersPittman, Kimberly B., Robinson, Bridget A., Bryant, Curtis M., Jarrell, David C..Aeridinae
pseudogene
matK
intron loss
32-147August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeny of Lupinus (Fabaceae) based on non-coding chloroplast DNAPoster: Systematics Section / ASPTDrummond, Christopher.Lupinus
trnS-trnG
trnT-trnL
trnL intron
microsatellites
Fabaceae
32-148August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The story of a hoboing plant – tracking range expansion of Froelichia gracilis (Amaranthaceae) using historical herbarium records and geographic information systems.Poster: Recent Topics PostersMcCauley, Ross.Amaranthaceae
GIS
invasive species
Froelichia
32-149August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Molecular dating applied to biogeography: Did Crypteroniaceae really disperse out-of-India?Poster: Recent Topics PostersRutschmann, Frank, Eriksson, Torsten, Conti, Elena.molecular dating
Crypteroniaceae
out-of-India
biogeography
Gondwana
bayesian dating
myrtales
32-150August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Trichome evolution in Brassicaceae: applying the model of Arabidopsis thalianaPoster: Recent Topics PostersBeilstein, Mark, Al-Shehbaz, Ihsan, Kellogg, Elizabeth.ndhF
chloroplast phylogeny
Brassicaceae
A. thaliana
trichome
32-151August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Perianth Evolution in LauraceaePoster: Recent Topics PostersChanderbali, Andre.perianth
ABC model
Persea
Lauraceae
MADS-box genes
32-152August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Unexpected patterns of neutral genetic diversity within the uniquely reproducing asexual rare plant Mimulus gemmiparus (Phrymaceae)Poster: Recent Topics PostersBeardsley, Paul, Steingraeber, David, Suni, Sevan.AFLP
asexual reproduction
genetic diversity
Mimulus gemmiparus
rare endemic
32-153August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Identification of the ABCDE floral gene orthologs in two cleistogamous species:Viola pubescens and Viola sororiaPoster: Recent Topics PostersWang, Yunjing, Wyatt, Sarah, Ballard, H. E..ABCDE model
cleistogamous flowers
chasmogamous flowers
APETALA1
PISTALATA
32-154August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Developmental gene sequence variability within and among natural populations of Arabidopsis thalianaPoster: Recent Topics PostersLickey, Edgar, Small, Randall, Braam, Janet, Pigliucci, Massimo.sequence variability
thigmomorphogenesis
population genetic diversity
Arabidopsis
TCH2
TCH3
32-155August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Differential gene expression between the sperm cells of a flowering plant, Plumbago zeylanicaPoster: Recent Topics PostersGou, Xiaoping, Yuan, Tong, Wei, Xiaoping, Russell, Scott D..EST sequencing
sperm cell gene expression
sperm dimorphism
Plumbago zeylanica
double fertilization
32-156August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Testing the polyploid past of soybean using a low-copy nuclear gene– is Glycine an auto- or allopolyploid?Poster: Recent Topics PostersStraub, Shannon C.K., Pfeil, Bernard E., Doyle, Jeff J..polyploid origin
polyploidy
Glycine
nuclear gene
Leguminosae
Fabaceae
gene phylogeny
gene duplication
32-157August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Gene Flow Between GM Rice and Oryza rufipogon: Hybrid FitnessPoster: Recent Topics PostersLeverich, Wesley J., Bashir, Anbreen.gene flow
hybrid fitness
32-158August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Clarifying inflorescence homologies and finding new morphological features in the PCK clade (Paniceae): inflorescence development of Panicum maximum and Urochloa plantiginea Poster: Recent Topics PostersReinheimer, Renata, Pozner, Raul, Vegetti, Abelardo C..inflorescence
development
Panicum maximum
Urochloa plantaginea
32-159August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The genus Thalictrum in the study of the genetics of sex determinationPoster: Recent Topics PostersDi Stilio, Veronica, Chen, Xuening.sex determination
dioecy
sex ratios
C-value
breeding systems
Thalictrum
32-160August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)The adhesive shoot tendril of Brunnichia ovata (Polygonaceae)Poster: Recent Topics PostersMeloche, Christopher G., Vaughn, Kevin C..tendril
PPO
vine
weed
phenolic polymer
32-161August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Biodiversity of Mount KinabaluPoster: Recent Topics PostersBeaman, John H., Anderson, Christiane, Beaman, Reed S..Mount Kinabalu
Sabah
Malaysia
biodiversity
ethnobotany
GIS
32-162August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Vascular plant diversity of mafic and felsic fellfields: A preliminary report of comparisons between sites at Niwot Ridge and Rocky Mountain National Park.Poster: Recent Topics PostersWeigant, Patricia, Seastedt, Timothy, Bennett, James P..fellfield
mafic
felsic
Rocky Mountains
L.T.E.R.
richness
Diversity
soil chemistry
parent material
Niwot Ridge LTER
alpine
tundra
32-163August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Organization, distribution, and sex ratio of an extensive population of pondberry (Lindera melissifolia)in Arkansas.Poster: Recent Topics PostersVanderpool, Staria, Reed, William, Jackson, Jeremy.
Endangered
Lindera melissifolia
population structure
32-164August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Genetic variation and ecological differentiation between two Southern Utah endemics; US Federally Threatened Townsendia aprica and a closely related congener, T. jonesii var. lutea (Asteraceae).Poster: Recent Topics PostersJennings, Linda, P., Whitton, Jeannette.rare endemic
Asteraceae
isozyme
threatened species
Utah
genetic variation
32-165August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Going Underground: Benefits of phototropism in Arabidopsis depend on the soil environment.Poster: Recent Topics PostersYoungstrom, Sarah, Galen, Candace, Liscum, Emmanuel.Arabidopsis
phototropism
root architecture
adaptation
phototropins
32-166August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)A Comparison of Heteroblastic Development in Catopsis berteroniana (Schult. f.) Mez (Bromeliaceae) in Florida and the Bahamas.Poster: Recent Topics PostersGonsiska, Philip A..Catopsis berteroniana
epiphyte
Bromeliaceae
heteroblasty
32-167August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Alkaloids and old lace: Pollen toxins exclude generalist pollinators from death camas (Toxicoscordion [=Zigadenus] paniculatum) (Melanthiaceae)Poster: Recent Topics PostersCane, James, Weber, Melissa, Yost, Morgan, Gardner, Dale.Melanthiaceae
pollinators
pollination
pollen
adaptation
alkaloids
bees
herbivory
Floral biology
Liliales
32-168August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Phytochemistry of Riccia nigerica JonesPoster: Recent Topics PostersAriyo, Olusesan.Bryophytes
32-169August 3rd
12:30 pm
Special Event Center (Cliff Lodge)Pollination ecology of the rare Wyoming endemic Abronia ammophila (Nyctaginaceae)Poster: Recent Topics PostersSaunders, Elizabeth, Sipes, Sedonia D..breeding system
pollination ecology
pollinators
moth
moth pollination
rare endemic
Tuesday, August 3rd · 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm · Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 33: Symposium: Don Kaplan – his legacy: Influencing teaching and research, Part II
Presider: Ann M. Hirsch, UCLA
33-1August 3rd
1:30 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)A feeling for the microorganism: Structure on a small scale. Biofilms and root colonization.SymposiumFujishige, N.A., Kapadia, N.N., Hirsch, Ann M..biofilm
symbiosis
Leguminosae
Rhizobium
33-2August 3rd
1:55 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)A feeling for the superorganism: the lichen thallus and its significance in understanding plant structureSymposiumSanders, William B..morphology
lichens
lichenization
morphogenesis
ontogeny
33-3August 3rd
2:20 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Character divergences and convergences in canopy dwelling LoranthaceaeSymposiumWilson, Carol A., Calvin, Clyde L..ITS sequence
Loranthaceae
Parasitic plant
mistletoe
Character evolution
33-4August 3rd
2:45 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)The botanical and evolutionist views of Erasmus Darwin (grandfather of Charles Darwin)SymposiumFriedman, William E..Erasmus Darwin
Charles Darwin
Linnaeus
early evolutionist thought
Zoonomia
Phytologia
Temple of Nature
Botanic Garden
Darwin
August 3rd
3:10 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Break
33-5August 3rd
3:30 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Structural determinants of success and environmental versatility in trees.SymposiumEllmore, George S., Zanne, Amy E., Orians, Colin M..Sabal palmetto
xylem sectoriality
intervessel pits
germination refugia
33-6August 3rd
3:55 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Applied Morphology: The relevance of plant form to ecosystem ecology.SymposiumRichards, Jennifer, Ivey, Christopher.Sagittaria
sawgrass
soil phosphorus
soil ash-free dry weight
bioindicator
Everglades
Cladium
33-7August 3rd
4:20 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Improving Student Learning Through Improved Teaching and Learning StrategiesSymposiumWalker, Dan.teaching
Learning
Memory Systems
Educational Improvement
August 3rd
4:45 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)This is your life Don Kaplan
August 3rd
4:55 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Concluding comments - Don Kaplan
Tuesday, August 3rd · 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm · Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 34: Symposium: The power of two: Marrying phylogeny and biogeography to reconstruct the evolutionary history of pteridophytes
Presider: Christopher H. Haufler, University of Kansas
34-1August 3rd
2:15 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)A Paleobotanical Perspective On Fundamental Radiations In The PteridophytesSymposiumGensel, Patricia G., Skog, Judith E..pteridophyte
Euphyllophyte
characters
geographical distribution
34-2August 3rd
2:45 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeny and Biogeography of Isoetes on Oceanic and Terrestrial IslandsSymposiumTaylor, W. Carl, Hoot, Sara B., Napier, Nancy S..biogeography
molecular phylogenetics
Isoetes
34-3August 3rd
3:15 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)The origins and biogeography of Hawaiian FernsSymposiumGeiger, Jennifer M. O., Ranker, Tom A., Ramp, Jennifer M..Hawai'i
ferns
biogeography
wind dispersal
Pacific
phylogenetics
August 3rd
3:45 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Break
34-4August 3rd
4:00 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Polystichum biogeographically: a history of vicariance, long-distance dispersal, and secondary contactSymposiumBarrington, David S., Driscoll, Heather.Polystichum
polyploidy
biogeography
floristic regions
34-5August 3rd
4:30 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Molecular phylogeny of Elaphoglossum (Elaphoglossaceae) and relationships between species from the Neotropics and the African-Indian Ocean areaSymposiumRouhan, G., Dubuisson, Y.-I., Rakotondrainibe, F., Motley, Timothy J., Mickel, J. T., Moran, Robbin.biogeography
geographical distribution
molecular data
phytogeography
ferns
Elaphoglossum
long-distance dispersal
neotropics
Africa
34-6August 3rd
5:00 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)A tale of two mechanisms: Discovering how dispersal and vicariance contributed to the pattern of species diversity in the “polygrams”SymposiumHaufler, Christopher H., Smith, A. R., Ranker, T. A., Schneider, Harald.biogeography
Polypodiaceae
Grammitidaceae
ferns
Dispersal
Vicariance
Tuesday, August 3rd · 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm · Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 35: Contributed Papers: Bryophyte Phylogeny and the Many Uses of Molecular Biology
Presider: William Buck, New York Botanical Garden
35-1August 3rd
2:00 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Liverwort Phylogeny and Endophytic FungiPaperDuckett, Jeffrey G., Carafa, Anna, Ligrone, Roberto.basidiomycetes
Glomeromycota
host-specificity
mycorrhizas
symbiosis
35-2August 3rd
2:15 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Protonemal Diversity: New Insights into Moss SystematicsPaperPressel, Silvia, Duckett, Jeffrey G..asexual reproduction
gemmae
protonemata
taxonomy
35-3August 3rd
2:30 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Morphometric distinction and geographic variation of Braunia secunda and Braunia andrieuxii in US, Mexico and GuatemalaPaperDe Luna, Efrain, Gomez, Gilberto.morphometrics
moss
geographic variation
Hedwigiaceae
35-4August 3rd
2:45 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)A phylogenetic monograph of the Syrrhopodon involutus Schwaeg. complexPaperFisher, Kirsten.monography
Calymperaceae
Bryophytes
tropical bryology
phylogenetic
35-5August 3rd
3:00 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Genetic diversity of two rare bryophyte species possessing different reproductive systemsPaperPohjamo, Maria, Korpelainen, Helena, Kalinauskaite, Nijole, Fagersten, Reino, Laaka-Lindberg, Sanna.boreal forests
DNA fingerprinting
habitat fragmentation
Trichocolea tomentella
Plagiomnium drummondii
population genetics
August 3rd
3:15 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Break
35-6August 3rd
3:30 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Phylogenetic Relationships and Flavonoid Evolution in the Moss Genus Plagiomnium Kop.PaperHarris, Eric S.J..Plagiomnium
moss
phylogenetics
rps4
rpL16
flavonoids
35-7August 3rd
3:45 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Biodiversity value and patterns of diversification in Sphagnum section AcutifoliaPaperShaw, A.J..
35-8August 3rd
4:00 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Molecular phylogenetic investigation of interspecific variation in the moss Isothecium (Brachytheciaceae)PaperRyall, K, Whitton, J, Schofield, W.B., Ellis, S, Shaw, A.J..Isothecium
phylogenetic inference
trnL-trnF
trnG
morphology
phylogenetics
35-9August 3rd
4:15 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Molecular phylogeny of the Pallaviciniaceae Mig. (Metzgeriales Schljakov emend. Stotler & Crand.-Stotl., Marchantiophyta)PaperForrest, Laura L., Crandall-Stotler, Barbara J..Pallaviciniaceae
rbcL
psbA
rps4
trnL
Hymenophytaceae
Phyllothalliaceae
simple thalloid
Marchantiophyta
liverwort
35-10August 3rd
4:30 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Dispersal and gene flow in aquatic bryophytes occurring in a connected lake systemPaperKorpelainen, Helena, Pohjamo, Maria, Kostamo, Kirsi, Virtanen, Viivi.bryophyte
genetic diversity
gene flow
ISSR
aquatic plants
35-11August 3rd
4:45 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)The Moss Diversity ProjectPaperCox, Cymon, Goffinet, Bernard, Shaw, A.J., Wickett, Norman, Buck, William.Diversity
moss
phylogenetics
Bayesian phylogenetic inference
Bayesian bootstrap
Tuesday, August 3rd · 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm · Maybird (Cliff Lodge)
Session 36: Contributed Papers: Paleobotanical Section - Tuesday pm - Contributed papers
Presider: Diane M. Erwin, University of California
36-1August 3rd
2:00 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Cretaceous Conifers: Woods from Big Bend National Park, TexasPaperLehman, T.M., Wheeler, E.A..Paleocene
wood anatomy
Cretaceous
paleobotany
conifer
36-2August 3rd
2:15 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Nyssaceae among the Dinosaurs: Anatomically preserved fruits from the Upper Cretaceous Horseshoe Canyon Formation, Drumheller, Alberta, CanadaPaperSerbet, Rudolph, Manchester, Steven R., Aulenback, Kevin, Braman, Dennis.Davidia
Amersinia
Cretaceous
paleobotany
Nyssaceae
Cornales
dinosaurs
36-3August 3rd
2:30 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Alternative Leaf Clearing and Mounting ProceduresPaperBuechler, Walter K..cleared leaf
Permount
cedar oil
immersion oil
cellulose acetate
Teflon
36-4August 3rd
2:45 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Foliage and fruits of Populus (Salicaceae) from the Middle Eocene of Colorado.PaperManchester, Steven R., Handley, Bruce.paleobotany
Populus
Salicaceae
Eocene
fruits
leaves
Green River Formation
36-5August 3rd
3:00 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Wisteria Fruits from the Middle Miocene Shanwang Flora of ChinaPaperWang, Qi, Zhu, Xiang-Yun, Dilcher, David.China
Fabaceae
fossil fruits
Miocene
Wisteria
36-6August 3rd
3:15 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)A new closed-cone pine from the Miocene of NevadaPaperErwin, Diane M., Miller, Charles N..Attenuatae
Oocarpae
Miocene
Nevada
ovulate cone
Pinus
Tuesday, August 3rd · 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm · Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)
Session 37: Contributed Papers: Ericales and Solanales
Presider: Mark W. Chase, Royal Botanic Gardens
37-1August 3rd
2:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Molecular phylogeny of Sphaerosepalaceae and relationships of DiegodendronPaperApplequist, Wendy L., Schatz, George E., Lowry II, Porter P..Madagascar
Sphaerosepalaceae
Rhopalocarpus
Diegodendron
37-2August 3rd
2:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Molecular phylogenetics and patterns of floral evolution in the EricalesPaperSchönenberger, Jürg, Anderberg, Arne A., Sytsma, Kenneth J..26S rDNA
Ericales
floral evolution
asterids
37-3August 3rd
2:30 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Resolving relationships within Ericoideae (Ericaceae) using chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences.PaperKron, Kathleen A., Powell, E. Ann, Bush, Catherine.Ericaceae
Ericoideae
matK
ndhF
Rhododendron
Ericeae
37-4August 3rd
2:45 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic Relationships of European and African EricasPaperMcGuire, Avery F., Kron, Kathleen A..atpB-rbcL
ITS
matK
Ericaceae
Ericeae
Ericoideae
phylogeny
37-5August 3rd
3:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)"Rose of the Andes" Revealed: A Phylogenetic Analysis of BejariaPaperBush, Catherine, Kron, Kathleen A..Bejaria
Ericaceae
Ericoideae
phylogeny
37-6August 3rd
3:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Molecular systematics of Rhododendron subgenus Tsutsusi (Rhodoreae, Ericoideae, Ericaceae)PaperPowell, E. Ann, Kron, Kathleen A..Ericaceae
molecular systematics
Menziesia
Tsutsusi
Brachycalyx
Rhododendron
August 3rd
3:30 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Break
37-7August 3rd
3:45 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Are you my sister? Divergent and reticulate species relationships in a putatively monophyletic Collomia (Polemoniaceae)PaperJohnson, Leigh A., Wilken, Dieter.molecular phylogenetics
morphology
Polemoniaceae
species phylogeny
reticulation
37-8August 3rd
4:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)The PBI: Solanum projectPaperBohs, Lynn, Knapp, S., Nee, M., Spooner, D.M..Solanaceae
Solanum
taxonomy
monograph
37-9August 3rd
4:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Reconstruction of Solanaceae Phylogeny Using the Nuclear Gene SAMTPaperRobadey, Talline M., Barkman, Todd J..Solanaceae
nuclear gene
phylogeny
SAMT
37-10August 3rd
4:30 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Origins of allotetraploids in Nictoiana (Solanaceae): evidence from glutamine synthasePaperChase, Mark W., Clarkson, James J., Knapp, Sandra.Solanaceae
glutamine synthase
allotetraploidy
Nicotiana
37-11August 3rd
4:45 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)The Jaltomata (Solanaceae) of Cajamarca, La Libertad, Ancash, and Lima, PeruPaperMione, Thomas, Leiva G., Segundo.Solanaceae
Jaltomata
Peru
red nectar
37-12August 3rd
5:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)DNA sequences of single-copy waxy (GBSSI) gene of diploid and polyploid wild potatoes (Solanum section Petota)PaperSpooner, D. M., Stephenson, Sarah, Ballard, Harvey, Polgar, Zsolt.phylogenetic inference
Solanum
37-13August 3rd
5:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Nitrate reductase phylogeny of wild potatoes (Solanum section Petota)PaperRodriguez, F., Spooner, D.M..
Tuesday, August 3rd · 2:00 pm to 5:45 pm · Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)
Session 38: Contributed Papers: Rosales, Cucurbitales, Myrtales, Brassicales, Malvales, and Sapindales
Presider: James A. Macklin, Academy of Natural Sciences
38-1August 3rd
2:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)The influence of W.W. Ashe on Crataegus (Hawthorn) taxonomyPaperMacklin, James A..Crataegus
Rosaceae
Ashe
Hawthorn
Typification
38-2August 3rd
2:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Microsatellite Variation Within the Cercocarpus ledifolius Species ComplexPaperLambert, Sarina, Vanden Heuvel, Brian, Potter, Daniel.microsatellite
Cercocarpus ledifolius complex
38-3August 3rd
2:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Addressing the “hardest puzzle in American pomology:” Phylogeny of Prunus sect. Prunocerasus (Rosaceae) based on seven noncoding chloroplast DNA regionPaperShaw, Joey, Small, Randall.Rosaceae
Prunus
cpDNA
phylogeny
systematics
Plum
38-4August 3rd
2:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Family relationships and mating system evolution in Cucurbitales based on ten loci from three genomesPaperZhang, Li-Bing, Kocyan, Alexander, Renner, Susanne S., Simmons, Mark P..Begoniaceae
Cucurbitaceae
Cucurbitales
Datiscaceae
monoecy
dioecy
androdioecy
Coriariaceae
Corynocarpaceae
Anisophylleaceae
Tetramelaceae
38-5August 3rd
3:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic relationships of Myrtaceae as inferred from nrDNA ITS sequence dataPaperSalywon, Andrew, Snow, Neil, Wojciechowski, Martin F., Csizmadi, Jessie, Landrum, Leslie.ITS sequence
phylogeny
Myrtaceae
Myrtoideae
38-6August 3rd
3:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)A new endemic genus of Myrtaceae from New CaledoniaPaperSnow, Neil.New Caledonia
dioecy
Myrtaceae
ITS-1/ITS-2
endemism
Myrtoideae
systematics
August 3rd
3:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Break
38-7August 3rd
3:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Henrietteeae, a new tribe of neotropical Melastomataceae.PaperPenneys, Darin S., Michelangeli, Fabian A., Judd, Walter S., Skean, James D..Henrietteeae
Melastomataceae
Miconieae
phylogenetics
neotropics
morphology
38-8August 3rd
4:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Relationships within a temperate genus of Melastomataceae: Rhexia, the meadow beauties.PaperIonta, Gretchen M., Williams, N. H., Whitten, W. M., Judd, Walter S..Melastomataceae
Rhexia
phylogeny
hybridization
38-9August 3rd
4:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Systematic diversity of Miconia (Melastomataceae) o­n Hispaniola.PaperJudd, Walter S., Penneys, Darin S., Skean, James D..Miconia
Melastomataceae
West Indies
Hispaniola
38-10August 3rd
4:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogeny of the Thelypodieae (Brassicaceae), based on ITS and ndhF sequence analysisPaperMayer, Michael.Brassicaceae
ITS
ndhF
38-11August 3rd
4:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetics and fruit evolution of the tribe Brassiceae (Brassicaceae)PaperHall, Jocelyn, Donohue, Kathleen, Wheeler, Andrew, Gomez-Campo, Cesar, Kramer, Elena M.fruit
Brassicaceae
phylogeny
Brassiceae
Evolution
38-12August 3rd
5:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)A Taxonomist’s Worst Nightmare: a Preliminary Glimpse into the Systematics of Boechera (Brassicaceae)PaperWindham, Michael D., Al-Shehbaz, Ihsan, Bailey, C. Donovan, Allphin, Loreen.Boechera
Arabis
systematics
apomixis
polyploidy
38-13August 3rd
5:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Preliminary investigation of Sida and related genera (Malvaceae) based on analysis of chloroplast DNA rpL16 intron sequencesPaperBeck, John, Small, Randall.Sida
Malvaceae
rpL16
phylogeny
38-14August 3rd
5:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic relationships of the Australasian Citrus (Rutaceae: Aurantioideae).PaperBayer, Randall, Rich, Sarah, Morton, Cynthia, Mabberley, David, Sykes, Stephen.atpB
Citrus
rps16 intron
trnL/F
Rutaceae
phylogeny
Australia
Aurantioideae
Microcitrus
Eremocitrus
Poncirus
Fortunella
Tuesday, August 3rd · 2:30 pm to 5:45 pm · Alpine A (Snowbird Center)
Session 39: Colloquium: Methods and theory of phylogenetic Inference, Part II
Presider: Scot A. Kelchner, Australian National University
39-1August 3rd
2:30 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)(Mis)rooting phylogenetic treesSymposiumGraham, Sean W..trees
phylogenetic inference
systematic error
long-branch attraction
rooting
Tree of Life
outgroup
ingroup
root node
39-2August 3rd
3:00 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Evaluating partitioned models for phylogenetic analysis of combined data.SymposiumKelchner, Scot A., Swofford, David L., Wilgenbusch, James.phylogenetic inference
systematic error
simulation
outgroup rooting
partitioned models
combined data
August 3rd
3:30 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Break
39-3August 3rd
3:45 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)The utility of whole chloroplast genome sequencing for reconstructing deep nodes in plants with an example from basal angiospermsSymposiumJansen, Robert K., dePamphilis, Claude W., Raubeson, Linda, Leebens-Mack, James, McNeal, Joel R., Cui, Liying, Zhang, Yan, Wyman, Stacia, Boore, Jeffrey, Kuehl, Jennifer.Amborella
basal angiosperms
chloroplast DNA
comparative genomics
genomics
phylogenetics
seed plants
39-4August 3rd
4:15 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)The limits of conventional cladistic analysis - the 500-terminal rbcL matrix, sources of variation in the estimation of branch support, and some gentle criticisms of supertree methodsSymposiumDavis, Jerrold I., Nixon, Kevin C., Little, Damon P..rbcL
cladistic analysis
supertree
zilla
bootstrap
jackknife
39-5August 3rd
4:45 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)King Kong versus Godzilla: supertree and supermatrix phylogeneticsSymposiumSanderson, MJ, Driskell, Amy.genomics
supertree
supermatrix
database mining
Tuesday, August 3rd · 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm · Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)
Session 40: Contributed Papers: Reproductive biology and microbial relationships
Presider: Katherine Preston, Stanford University
40-1August 3rd
2:30 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Seed dormancy classes in Hawaiian montane speciesPaperBaskin, Carol C., Baskin, Jerry M., Yoshinaga, Alvin.Hawaii
seed germination
tropical montane
seed dormancy
40-2August 3rd
2:45 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Reproductive biology of pondberry (Lindera melissifolia [Walt] Blume)PaperDevall, Margaret S., Schiff, Nathan M., Skojac, Stephanie A..Lauraceae
endangered species
Lindera melissifolia
pondberry
reproductive biology
40-3August 3rd
3:00 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Comparing the flowering phenologies of a tropical (Viola grahamii) and a temperate violet (Viola striata) (Violaceae)PaperCortes-Palomec, Aurea C., Ballard, H. E., Brown, Kim J..Viola grahamii
Viola striata
cleistogamy
40-4August 3rd
3:15 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Resource Limitation and Patterns of Sex Allocation in Prairie Larkspur, Delphinium virescens.PaperEmms, Simon K, Croteau, Clare, Bresee, Karen, Churchill, Stephanie, Duxbury, Nicole, Kaster, Colleen.Delphinium
Floral traits
Flower size
Ovule number
Pollen-ovule ratio
Ranunculaceae
Resource allocation
Sex allocation
sexual systems
Stamen number
Trade-offs
40-5August 3rd
3:30 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Role of bioinoculants and mycorrhizae in sustainable agroforestry systemsPaperSharma, Satyawati, Kashyap, Suman, Vasudevan, Padma.
40-6August 3rd
3:45 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Susceptibility of Perennial Grass Species to Ustilago bullata Races from Bromus tectorumPaperClement, Suzette, Nelson, David L., Meyer, Susan E..plant pathology
Ustilago bullata
Bromus tectorum
biocontrol
risk assessment
40-7August 3rd
4:00 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Comparing the direct negative and indirect positive effects of a root parasite on Illinois Threatened Savanna Blazing Star growthPaperBell, Timothy.Liatris scariosa
Andropogon gerardii
Pedicularis canadensis
root parasite
threatened
Blazing Star
Wood Betony
Big Bluestem Grass
40-8August 3rd
4:15 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Effect of salinty (NaCl) o­n physical, nutritional and biochemical parameters in citrus root stocks in the presence of mycorrhizal fungiPaperMurkute, Ashutosh A., Sharma, Satyawati, Singh, S. K..Proline
micro- and macro-nutrients
chlorophyll
Tuesday, August 3rd · 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm · Magpie (Cliff Lodge)
Session 40a: Special Lecture: Regional Botany Special Lecture: Stan Welsh
Presider: Lynn Bohs, University of Utah
40a-1August 3rd
3:00 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Fremont and Beyond: Botanizing in the American WestSpecial AddressWelsh, S.L..
Tuesday, August 3rd · 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm · Superior B (Cliff Lodge)
Session D3: Discussion Session: Curatorial consequences of databasing herbaria
Presider: Anton A. Reznicek, University of Michigan
D3-1August 3rd
4:00 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Curatorial Consequences of Databasing HerbariaDiscussionReznicek, Anton A., Rabeler, Richard K..
Tuesday, August 3rd · 4:00 pm to 5:50 pm · Superior A (Cliff Lodge)
Session D4: Discussion Session: Women in science
Presider: Pamela S. Soltis, University of Florida
D4-1August 3rd
4:00 pm
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)Women in ScienceDiscussionSoltis, Pamela S..
Tuesday, August 3rd · 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm · Magpie A (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: BSA-wide Business Meeting
Presider: Linda E. Graham, University of Wisconsin-Madison
August 3rd
5:00 pm
Magpie A (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Tuesday, August 3rd · 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm · Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Ecological Section Business Meeting
Presider: Suzanne Koptur, Florida International University
August 3rd
6:00 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Tuesday, August 3rd · 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm · Creekside Patio (Cliff Lodge)
Mixer: BSA New and Prospective Member Social
Presider: William Dahl, Botanical Society of America
August 3rd
6:00 pm
Creekside Patio (Cliff Lodge)Mixer
Tuesday, August 3rd · 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm · Amphitheatre Lobby Terrace (Cliff Lodge)
Mixer: ASPT Mixer and Auction
August 3rd
6:30 pm
Amphitheatre Lobby Terrace (Cliff Lodge)Mixer
Tuesday, August 3rd · 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm · Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)
Banquet: ASPT Banquet
Presider: Lucinda A. McDade, Academy of Natural Sciences
August 3rd
7:30 pm
Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)Banquet
Wednesday, August 4th · 7:00 am to 8:30 am · Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)
Breakfast: Miami University of Ohio Breakfast (Ticketed Event)
August 4th
7:00 am
Golden Cliff (Cliff Lodge)Breakfast
Wednesday, August 4th · 7:00 am to 8:30 am · Eagle's Nest (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Pacific Section Meeting and Light Breakfast
Presider: Nancy Morin, Arboretum at Flagstaff
August 4th
7:00 am
Eagle's Nest (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Wednesday, August 4th · 8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)
Session 41: Contributed Papers: Population, conservation, and ecological genetics
Presider: Helen Michaels, Bowling Green State University
41-1August 4th
8:00 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)A sampling strategy for assessing genetic diversity of wild soybean populations using ISSR markersPaperJin, yan, Lu, Baorong, He, Tianhua.wild soybean
genetic diversity
sampling strategy
ISSRs
auto-spatial correlation
41-2August 4th
8:15 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Developing microsatellite markers for studying the genetic structure of Phaedranassa schizantha and P. tunguraguae (Amaryllidaceae)PaperOleas, Nora, Meerow, Alan, Francisco-Ortega, Javier, Kuhn, David.microsatellite
population genetics
Amaryllidaceae
Ecuador
Phaedranassa
conservation
molecular markers
41-3August 4th
8:30 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Assessing genetic variation in hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) for mapping economically important traitsPaperDatwyler, Shannon L, Weiblen, George D.AFLP
QTL
diagnostic markers
41-4August 4th
8:45 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Evolution of dimorphism: quantitative genetics of ecophysiological traits related to resource acquisition in the gynodioecious shrub Schiedea salicaria (Caryophyllaceae)PaperCulley, Theresa M., Dunbar-Wallis, Amy K., Sakai, Ann K., Weller, Stephen G., Campbell, Diane R..Schiedea salicaria
ecophysiology
quantitative genetics
dimorphism
resource acquisition
41-5August 4th
9:00 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)The effects of population size and density on genetic variation and mating system in Lupinus perennisPaperShi, Xiujie, Michaels, Helen, Mitchell, Randy.genetic diversity
population size
threatened species
microsatellites
41-6August 4th
9:15 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)The spatial genetic structure of cytoplasmic and nuclear markers in a natural Ipomopsis (Polemoniaceae) hybrid zonePaperWu, Carrie A., Campbell, Diane R..AFLP
chloroplast DNA
genetic structure
hybridization
Ipomopsis
41-7August 4th
9:30 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Ecological Genetics of the Bromus tectorum-Ustilago bullata Pathosystem: A Role for Frequency Dependent Selection?PaperMeyer, Susan E., Nelson, David L., Clement, Suzette, Ramakrishnan, Alisa.resistance polymorphism
biological control
cheatgrass
downy brome
head smut disease
SSR
microsatellite
August 4th
9:45 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Break
41-8August 4th
10:00 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Geographic variation in Atlantic white-cedar, Chamaecyparis thyoides (Cupressaceae)PaperMylecraine, Kristin A., Smouse, Peter E., Kuser, John E., Zimmermann, George L., Struwe, Lena.Cupressaceae
Allozyme
isozyme
phylogeography
geographic variation
genetic structure
eastern North America
41-9August 4th
10:15 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Postglacial recolonization of western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla [Raf.] Sarg.)PaperPeery, Rhiannon, Raubeson, Linda A..phylogeography
Tsuga heterophylla
postglacial recolonization
41-10August 4th
10:30 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Conservation genetics of Moore’s Delphinium (Delphinium newtonianum), an Interior Highlands endemiPaperHardcastle, Edith.conservation genetics
rare
endemic
41-11August 4th
10:45 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Distinctive pattern of genetic diversity in the insular endemic plant Astragalus nevinii (Fabaceae)PaperHelenurm, Kaius.allozymes
genetic diversity
Astragalus
conservation
San Clemente Island
41-12August 4th
11:00 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Highly structured populations of a narrow endemic primrosePaperBjerregaard, Lee S., Wolf, Paul G..Primulaceae
primula
gene flow
genetic structure
geographic variation
population genetics
population structure
postglacial history
41-13August 4th
11:15 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Microsatellite loci reveal population genetic history of Crossosoma californicum (Crossosomataceae), an endemic species of the Channel IslandsPaperWallace, Lisa, Helenurm, Kaius.microsatellite
genetic diversity
Channel Islands
Crossosomataceae
Crossosoma
41-14August 4th
11:30 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Genetic diversity in hexaploid Calamagrostis breweri (Poaceae), a narrow alpine endemicPaperCronn, RC, Horning, Matthew, Huot, Rebecca.population genetic diversity
Calamagrostis breweri
chloroplast DNA
AFLP
polyploidy
41-15August 4th
11:45 am
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Genetic variation in Trifolium bolanderi A. Gray compared with Trifolium longipes NuttPaperDenton, Renee, Harding, Ethelynda.population genetics
population structure
Fabaceae
genetic diversity
rare taxa
mountain meadows
Trifolium
isozymes
population genetics of clovers
Sierra Nevada Meadows
strach gel electrophoresis
narrow endemics
Allozyme
starch gel electrophoresis
Wednesday, August 4th · 8:00 am to 12:00 am · Maybird (Cliff Lodge)
Session 42: Contributed Papers: Paleobotanical Section - Isabel Cookson Student Award Session, Part 1
Presider: Melanie DeVore,
42-1August 4th
8:00 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Predicting climate using empirically determined continuous measures of leaf shape.PaperKrieger, Jonathan, Guralnick, Robert, Johnson, Kirk, Smith, Dena.CLAMP
climate
eigenshape analysis
fossil assemblage
geometric morphometrics
leaf area analysis
leaf shape
leaf margin analysis
42-2August 4th
8:15 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)If a Forest Falls, Do the Trees Hear It? Eco-morphological Dynamics of the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary EventPaperGreen, W. A., Hickey, L. J..Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary event
Eco-morphology
Leaf fossils
42-3August 4th
8:30 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Sapindalean fruits from the Middle Miocene Yakima Canyon flora of central Washington State, U. S. A.PaperDeVore, Melanie L., Pigg, Kathleen B., Taylor, Witt.Meliaceae
Sapindales
fossil
Miocene
Permineralized
42-4August 4th
8:45 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)From subtropical forests to savanna: phytolith evidence concerning Tertiary vegetation change and grass evolution in the North American continental interiorPaperStrömberg, Caroline A.E..phytoliths
Poaceae
Tertiary
paleoecology
North America
August 4th
9:00 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Break
42-5August 4th
9:15 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Were early cycads insect pollinated?PaperKellogg, Derek, Klavins, Sharon D., Taylor, Thomas N., Taylor, Edith L..cycad
Triassic
Antarctica
pollinivory
pollen cone
42-6August 4th
9:30 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Fungi from the Permian of AntarcticaPaperGarcia Massini, Juan Leandro.Permian
Antarctica
Chytridiomycota
Zygomycota
42-7August 4th
9:45 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Pollen cones from the Hamilton Quarry, KansasPaperHernandez-Castillo, Genaro, Stockey, Ruth A., Rothwell, Gar W., Mapes, Gene.conifer
pollen cone
Upper Paleozoic
walchian
42-8August 4th
10:00 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Cyanobacterial fossils of the Early Silurian Passage Creek biota (Virginia)PaperTomescu, Alexandru Mihail Florian, Rothwell, Gar W., Honegger, Rosmarie.cyanobacteria
fossil preservation
Silurian
fluvial
August 4th
10:15 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Break
42-9August 4th
10:30 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Probing the systematic affinities of early terrestrial organisms in the Passage Creek biota (Lower Silurian, Virginia)PaperTomescu, Alexandru Mihail Florian, Rothwell, Gar W..fossil
terrestrial
Silurian
thalloid
embryophytes
lichens
soil crusts
42-10August 4th
10:45 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Diversity of Cretaceous conifers: a species with pollen cones that bear adaxial pollen sacs PaperSanders, Heather, Rothwell, Gar W., Stockey, Ruth A..Early Cretaceous
conifer
pollen cone
adaxial pollen sacs
42-11August 4th
11:00 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Anatomically preserved staminate inflorescences of Platanaceae from the Eocene of Vancouver Island, British ColumbiaPaperMindell, Randal, Stockey, Ruth A., Beard, Graham.Platanaceae
inflorescence
Tertiary
42-12August 4th
11:15 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)A blechnoid fern from the Middle Eocene Princeton chert: rhizomes, rachides and roots.PaperSmith, Selena Y., Stockey, Ruth A., Nishida, Harufumi, Rothwell, Gar W..Eocene
Blechnaceae
Princeton chert
fern
fossil
42-13August 4th
11:30 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Reconstructing a stem-group filicalean fern with reiterative indeterminate growth of the frondsPaperTomescu, Alexandru Mihail Florian, Rothwell, Gar W., Trivett, Mary L..fossil
fern
Filicales
latent crosiers
reiterative
modular
indeterminate frond
Wednesday, August 4th · 8:00 am to 1:00 pm · Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)
Session 43: Contributed Papers: Biogeography and Phylogeography
Presider: Jun Wen, Field Museum
43-1August 4th
8:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Relationships and origins of the Cretan Campanulaceae: evidences from matK and rbcL dataPaperCellinese, Nico, Edwards, Erika, Kim, Sang-Tae, Donoghue, Michael J., Jansen, Robert K., Eddie, William M. M., Lee, Tammy, Dang, Ashley, Cortes-Burns, Helen, Raubeson, Linda, Oestreich, Andrea.Cretan Campanulaceae
biogeography
Cretan area
chloroplast DNA
43-2August 4th
8:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Chloroplast haplotype analysis and phylogeography of Hordeum (Poaceae)PaperJakob, Sabine S., Blattner, Frank R..biogeography
phylogeography
Poaceae
trnL-trnF
Hordeum
rapid radiation
43-3August 4th
8:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Phylogeography of the Synthyris missurica complex (Veronicaceae/Scrophulariaceae) in the North American Pacific NorthwestPaperStreit, Angela, Hufford, Larry, Webster, Michael.biogeography
chloroplast DNA
refugia
Vicariance
43-4August 4th
8:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Evolution of intercontinental biogeographic disjunctions between Asia and the New World: insights from the ginseng plant familyPaperWen, Jun, Lee, Chunghee.Araliaceae
Intercontinental disjunctions
Aralia
Panax
Dendropanax
Oreopanax
Sinopanax
Oplopanax
Asia
New World
43-5August 4th
9:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Molecular systematics of Descurainia (Brassicaceae) in the Canary Islands: biogeographic and taxonomic implicationsPaperGoodson, Barbara, Jansen, Robert K., Santos-Guerra, Arnoldo.biogeography
Brassicaceae
Islands
Macaronesia
Descurainia
43-6August 4th
9:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)The biogeography of Plantago ovata Forssk. (Plantaginaceae)PaperMeyers, S.C., Liston, Aaron.biogeography
long distance dispersal
hybridization
desert disjunct
Plantago ovata
43-7August 4th
9:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Long-distance dispersal in Tiquilia subg. Tiquilia (Boraginaceae): North America, South America, and the Galápagos IslandsPaperMoore, Michael J., Jansen, Robert K., Tye, Alan.biogeography
phylogeny
amphitropical disjuncts
Tiquilia
Boraginaceae
Galapagos Islands
rps16 intron
long-distance dispersal
Galápagos Islands
43-8August 4th
9:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)NW African origin of South American Hypochaeris (Asteraceae, Cichorieae) and their subsequent rapid radiation elucidated by DNA sequencing and fingerprinting (AFLP)PaperTremetsberger, Karin, Weiss-Schneeweiss, Hanna, Stuessy, Tod F., Samuel, Rosabelle, Kadlec, Gertrud, Ortiz, Maria Ángeles, Talavera, Salvador, Urtubey, Estrella, Baeza, Carlos M., Beck, Stephan G., Valdebenito, Hugo.Asteraceae
long-distance dispersal
ITS
AFLP
adaptive radiation
FISH
43-9August 4th
10:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)The biogeography of the austral, subalpine genus Ourisia (Plantaginaceae) based on molecular phylogenetic evidence: South American origin and dispersal to New Zealand and TasmaniaPaperMeudt, Heidi M., Simpson, Beryl.biogeography
Plantaginaceae
Scrophulariaceae s.l.
molecular phylogeny
New Zealand
Tasmania
parametric bootstrap
Andes
43-10August 4th
10:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Origins, Evolution, and Systematics of Hawaiian and Pacific Chamaesyce (Euphorbiaceae)PaperMotley, Timothy J., Raz, Lauren.Euphorbiaceae
Hawaii
Pacific
Islands
biogeography
Chamaesyce
August 4th
10:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Break
43-11August 4th
10:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Biogeography and phylogenetic relationships of Tetramolopium mitiaroense from the Cook Islands, South PacificPaperLowrey, Tim, Whitkus, Richard, Sykes, William.Asteraceae
biogeography
Tetramolopium
bird dispersal
phylogeny
Eastern Pacific
Evolution
geologic dating
43-12August 4th
11:00 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Biogeography of the Trans-Pacific Alpine Genus Oreomyrrhis (Apiaceae): Insights from Phylogenetics and Phylogeographic StudiesPaperChung, Kuo-fang, Peng, Ching-I, Schaal, Barbara A..alpine biogeography
Apiaceae
phylogenetics
phylogeography
Pleistocene
long-distance dispersal
Oreomyrrhis
43-13August 4th
11:15 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Biogeography and phylogeny of the sandalwood genus Santalum (Santalaceae) based on ITS sequence dataPaperHarbaugh, Danica T., Baldwin, Bruce G..biogeography
ITS
phylogeny
Santalaceae
Santalum
43-14August 4th
11:30 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)The history of SE Asian rainforest: a regional survey of chloroplast sequence variation in the SE Asian stone oaksPaperCannon, Charles H., Oh, Sang-Hun, Manos, Paul S..Lithocarpus
chloroplast DNA sequence
Sundaland
Indochina
phylogeography
Fagaceae
ITS sequence
species cohesion
43-15August 4th
11:45 am
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Cohesion of nuclear ITS sequences within rainforest tree species (Lithocarpus: Fagaceae) across different geographic scalesPaperOh, Sang-Hun, Cannon, Charles H., Manos, Paul S..Fagaceae
Lithocarpus
ITS sequence
species cohesion
cohesion
tropical species
43-16August 4th
12:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Integrating phylogeny, biogeography, and fossil dates in the grevilleoid ProteaceaePaperMast, Austin, Weston, Peter, Jones, Eric.matK
Proteaceae
Gondwana
waxy
biogeography
dating
fossils
43-17August 4th
12:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)A Molecular Study of Brachylaena (Asteraceae): Phylogenetic and Biogeographic InsightsPaperKimball, Rebecca T., Crawford, Daniel J., Lowrey, Tim.ITS
ETS
rpl16 intron
Madagascar
South Africa
phylogenetics
biogeography
43-18August 4th
12:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)From fingers and thumbs to babies bums: Evolutionary process in the radiation of the Aizoaceae in the southern African desertsPaperEllis, A.G., Weis, A.E., Gaut, B..Argyroderma
flowering phenology
edaphic specialist
speciation
Aizoaceae
South Africa
AFLP
43-19August 4th
12:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)On the origin and rates of cladogenesis in the African Restionaceae (Cape Floristic Region, southern Africa) (Cape Floristic Region, southePaperHardy, Chris R., Linder, H. Peter, Moline, Philip M..rapid radiation
speciation
species richness
Cape Floristic Region
South Africa
Restionaceae
Poales
Wednesday, August 4th · 8:15 am to 11:30 am · Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 44: Symposium: Plant development and evolution: Lessons learned from candidate genes, Part I
Presider: M. Alejandra Jaramillo, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
44-1August 4th
8:15 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)A transgenic test of parallelism in plant architectural evolutionSymposiumSliwinski, Marek K., Yoon, Ho-Sung, Baum, David A..LEAFY
inflorescence
Evolution
developmental genetics
44-2August 4th
8:45 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Inflorescence evolution in grasses: insights from genetics and developmentSymposiumDoust, Andrew N, Gadberry, Mike, Kellogg, Elizabeth.grasses
inflorescence
development
QTL
evo-devo
candidate gene
44-3August 4th
9:15 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Floral symmetry in rosids: patterns and genesSymposiumCronk, Quentin.Evolution
Diversity
Floral symmetry
developmental genetics
Floral morphology
gene evolution
gene expression
phylogenomics
rosids
August 4th
9:45 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Break
44-4August 4th
10:00 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Variations on a theme: The evolutionary genetics of petal identity.SymposiumKramer, Elena M, Jaramillo, M. Alejandra.developmental genetics
Floral morphology
gene expression
MADS box genes
44-5August 4th
10:30 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Evolutionary changes in a MADS-box gene lineage: implications for the evolution of floral development mechanismsSymposiumLitt, Amy, Irish, Vivian F..APETALA1
FRUITFULL
MADS-box genes
floral development
gene phylogeny
ABC model
44-6August 4th
11:00 am
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Unraveling the molecular-genetic basis of ovule shape disparities among angiospermsSymposiumKuzoff, Robert, Cho, Eun Young, Du, Meizhu, Li, Wenli.ovules
integuments
INNER NO OUTER
molecular evolution
development
Wednesday, August 4th · 8:15 am to 10:30 pm · Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)
Session 45: Contributed Papers: Phylogenetic Methods, Genomics, and Molecular Evolution I
Presider: Joey Shaw, University of Tennessee
45-1August 4th
8:15 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Reticulate history of Ipomopsis (Polemoniaceae): a Bayesian approach to network analysis.PaperPorter, J. Mark, Anderson, Theodore.Polemoniaceae
phylogeny reconstruction
Bayesian phylogenetic inference
network analysis
hybridization
Ipomopsis
45-2August 4th
8:30 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Pasimony analysis of correlation: a general framework for hierarchical analysis of associationsPaperAlbert, Victor A..phylogenetic theory
correlation
hierarchy
jackknife
parsimony
association
biogeography
ethnobotany
floral fragrances
biosynthetic pathways
simultaneous analysis
data concatenation
45-3August 4th
8:45 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Character-state space versus rate of evolution in phylogenetic inferencePaperSimmons, Mark P., Reeves, Aaron, Davis, Jerrold I..character-state space
amino acid characters
nucleotide characters
character coding
phylogenetic inference
codon positions
45-4August 4th
9:00 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Representing Structural Homologies for use in Phylogenetic AnalysesPaperKirchoff, Bruce K..character coding
Evolution
morphology
phylogenetics
phylogeny
characters
character state
homology
cladogram
character-state-trees
45-5August 4th
9:15 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)How can 3rd codon positions outperform 1st and 2nd codon positions in phylogenetic inference?PaperZhang, Li-Bing, Simmons, Mark P., Reeves, Aaron.codon positions
phylogenetic inference
simulation
character-state space
rate heterogeneity
seed plants
45-6August 4th
9:30 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Support weighting resolves basal eudicot relationships using the 500-sequence rbcL matrix alonePaperAlbert, Victor A., Farris, James S..weighting
rbcL
parsimony
phylogenetics
eudicots
Ranunculales
Nelumbonaceae
Platanaceae
Proteaceae
Sabiaceae
Buxaceae
Trochodendraceae
jackknife
large data matrices
45-7August 4th
9:45 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)The Tortoise and the Hare II: Relative Utility of 21 Noncoding Chloroplast DNA Sequences for Phylogenetic AnalysisPaperShaw, Joey, Lickey, Edgar, Beck, John, Farmer, Susan, Liu, Wusheng, Miller, Jermey, Siripun, Kunsiri Chaw, Winder, Charles, Schilling, Edward, Small, Randall.cpDNA
intron
intergenic spacer
noncoding chloroplast DNA
angiosperms
phylogenetics
molecular systematics
45-8August 4th
10:00 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Penalized likelihood reveals inconsistencies between divergence time estimates and fossil assignments in Pinus and PinaceaePaperGernandt, David S., Magallón, Susana, Geada López, Gretel, Liston, Aaron.cpDNA
matK
rbcL
Pinaceae
Pinus
Wednesday, August 4th · 8:20 am to 12:15 pm · Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 46: Symposium: Resolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challenges, Part I
Presider: Brent D. Mishler, University of California, Berkeley
46-1August 4th
8:20 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Resolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumMishler, Brent D., Wolf, Paul G..
46-2August 4th
8:30 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Non-traditional approaches to resolving the green plant tree of lifeSymposiumDriskell, Amy, Kelch, Dean, Mishler, Brent, Sanderson, MJ.phylogenetic methods
phylogenomics
Tree of Life
46-3August 4th
9:00 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Locating Diversification Rate Shifts in SupertreesSymposiumMoore, Brian R., Donoghue, Michael J..adaptive radiation
diversification rate shifts
speciation and extinction
supertrees
46-4August 4th
9:30 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)A Phylogenetic Approach to Interpreting Patterns of Functional Divergence and Regulation of Duplicated GenesSymposiumDes Marais, David L..cDNA cloning
character state
duplication
gene expression
gene tree/species tree
46-5August 4th
10:00 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Conservation and divergence of sequences and expression patterns in floral developmental MADS-box genesSymposiumZahn, Laura.development
Evolution
flower development
molecular phylogenetics
MADS box genes
gene expression
August 4th
10:30 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Break
46-6August 4th
10:45 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Evolution of meristem in land plants.SymposiumNishiyama, Tomoaki, Sakakibara, Keiko, Hasebe, Mitsuyasu.Physcomitrella patens
SHOOT MERISTEMLESS
KNOX
meristem
shoot
sporophyte
gametophyte
46-7August 4th
11:15 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)An evolutionary time-scale for ferns: ancient origins and recent radiationsSymposiumSchuettpelz, Eric, Schneider, Harald, Pryer, Kathleen M..divergence time estimates
ferns
fossil record
diversification
46-8August 4th
11:45 am
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Diversity and evolution of Chl a/b-binding photosynthetic antenna systems in green plantsSymposiumYoshii, Yukie.Evolution
photosynthesis
Wednesday, August 4th · 8:30 am to 11:30 am · Magpie (Cliff Lodge)
Session 47: Contributed Papers: Biogeography and biodiversity of lichens and bryophytes from the alpine to geothermal vents
Presider: Larry L. St. Clair, Brigham Young University
47-1August 4th
8:30 am
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Taking the high road: controls on altitudinal limits for two species of Mnium in the Front Ranges of the Canadian Rocky MountainsPaperCleavitt, Nat.Mnium
establishment
reciprocal transplant
47-2August 4th
8:45 am
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Geographic parthenogenesis within facultatively sexual species?PaperJackson, Heather B, St. Clair, Larry L..Evolution
geographic variation
lichen
sexual reproduction
fitness
fecundity
elevation
47-3August 4th
9:00 am
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Habitat-induced morphological differences in two populations of the vagrant lichens Rhizoplaca haydenii and Xanthoparmelia vagansPaperKnight, Kathryn B., St. Clair, Samuel B., Hunter, Wesley, Jackson, Gary L., St. Clair, Larry L..lichen
habitat
morphology
elevation
47-4August 4th
9:15 am
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)H. M. Arnell’s Contributions To Siberian BryologySymposiumKosovich, Ye.I., Bardunov, L.V..Nordenskiold Expeditions
19 century
Beginning of professional bryological exploration of Siberia
H.W.Arnell
Musci Asiae Borealis
August 4th
9:45 am
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Break
47-5August 4th
10:00 am
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Bryophyte and Lichen Biodiversity Research at the Hanford Reach National Monument, Richland, WashingtonPaperMcIntosh, Terry T..
47-6August 4th
10:15 am
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Remnant patch size influences bryophyte richness and abundance in British Columbia temperate rainforests: implications for managementPaperBaldwin, Lyn, K., Bradfield, Gary, B..patch size
bryophyte
species richness
fragmentation
variable retention logging
old-growth
temperate rainforests
functional groups
47-7August 4th
10:30 am
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Do Rare Geothermal Habitats Have Rare Bryophyte Communities?PaperGlime, Janice.bryophyte
Community-based Conservation
geographical distribution
lichens
temperature
rarity
disturbance
Wednesday, August 4th · 9:45 am to 12:00 pm · Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 48: Symposium: Resistance, emigration, or adaptation? Phylogeography and ecology of European alpine plant species, Part I
48-1August 4th
9:45 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Resistance, emigration, or adaptation? Phylogeography and ecology of European Alpine plant speciesSymposiumBlattner, Frank R..alpine biogeography
alpine habitats
phylogeography
speciation
adaptation
48-2August 4th
10:00 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Evolution and genetic diversity among species of the Veronica alpina complex (Plantaginaceae/Scrophulariaceae)PaperAlbach, Dirk.Veronica
trnL-trnF
AFLP
genetic diversity
phylogeography
alpine habitats
48-3August 4th
10:30 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeography and character evolution of the radiating Pulsatilla alpina species complex (Ranunculaceae)SymposiumZetzsche, Holger, Blattner, Frank R..alpine habitats
biogeography
phylogeography
Pulsatilla
Ranunculaceae
48-4August 4th
11:00 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeny and evolution of alpine species in the European endemic Phyteuma (Campanulaceae)SymposiumSchneeweiss, Gerald M..Phyteuma
phylogeny
alpine biogeography
ancestral habitats
age estimation
48-5August 4th
11:30 am
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Phylogenetic and Phylogeographic Relationships in the High Mountain Species of Androsace section Aretia (Primulaceae)SymposiumDixon, Chris, Schneeweiss, Gerald, Niklfeld, Harald.AFLP
phylogeography
Androsace
Pleistocene
phylogeny
European Alpine System
August 4th
12:00 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Break
Wednesday, August 4th · 10:45 am to 12:15 pm · Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)
Session 49: Contributed Papers: Gymnosperms
Presider: Gar W. Rothwell, Ohio University
49-1August 4th
10:45 am
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)The bract-scale and seed-scale complex of EphedraceaePaperYang, Yong.Ephedra
Bract scale and seed scale complex
Evolution
Outer envelope
49-2August 4th
11:00 am
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)The evolutionary history of Ephedra; evidence from fossils and molecular dataPaperRydin, Catarina, Pedersen, Kaj Raunsgaard, Friis, Else Marie.divergence times
Ephedra
molecular data
phylogeny
Gnetales
fossils
fossil seeds
49-3August 4th
11:15 am
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)A phylogeny of Ephedra (Gnetales) based on nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS and plastid rps4 sequencesPaperIckert-Bond, Stefanie, M., Wojciechowski, Martin F..biogeography
Ephedra
Gnetales
nrDNA ITS1
rps4
phylogeny
ovulate strobilus
low levels of sequence divergence
49-4August 4th
11:30 am
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Cladistic relationships of ancient voltzialeans: a paleontological perspective on the initial radiation of conifersPaperRothwell, Gar W., Mapes, Gene.Cladistics
Conifers
fossil
systematics
49-5August 4th
11:45 am
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Choosing genes for resolving pine phylogeny: A screening strategy for low-copy nuclear loci.PaperSyring, John V., Cronn, RC, Liston, Aaron, Willyard, Ann.Pinus
low-copy nuclear gene
molecular phylogeny
gene screening
polytomies
49-6August 4th
12:00 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Detecting cryptic speciation: an example from Juniperus (Cupressaceae)PaperSchwarzbach, Andrea E., Adams, Robert P., Morris, Julie A., Pandey, Ram N..Cupressaceae
cryptic speciation
Juniperus
terpenes
Wednesday, August 4th · 10:45 am to 12:30 pm · Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)
Session D5: Discussion Session: Is morphology dead in phylogenetic analysis?
Presider: Patrick S. Herendeen, George Washington University
D5-1August 4th
10:45 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Is Morphology Dead in Phylogenetic Analyses?DiscussionHerendeen, Patrick S., Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E..
Wednesday, August 4th · 11:30 am to 1:00 pm · Superior B (Cliff Lodge)
Session D6: Discussion Session: What works for me: Undergraduate perspectives on professional growth
Presider: Eric E Johnson, Southern Illinois University
D6-1August 4th
11:30 am
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)What works for me: Undergraduate perspectives on professional developmentDiscussionJohnson, Eric E, Taylor, Mackenzie L., Morningstar, Dawn, Lopez-Smith, Renee.
Wednesday, August 4th · 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm · Atrium Patio (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Botany 2006 Planning Meeting and Luncheon
Presider: Linda E. Graham, University of Wisconsin-Madison
August 4th
12:00 pm
Atrium Patio (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Wednesday, August 4th · 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm · Creekside Patio (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: American Journal of Botany Editorial Board Meeting and Luncheon
Presider: Karl J. Niklas, Cornell University
August 4th
12:00 pm
Creekside Patio (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Wednesday, August 4th · 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm · White Pine (Cliff Lodge)
Session : Meeting: Deep Green Meeting and Luncheon
Presider: Brent Mishler, University of California, Berkeley
August 4th
12:30 pm
White Pine (Cliff Lodge)Deep Green Meeting and Luncheon
Wednesday, August 4th · 1:00 pm to 4:15 pm · Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)
Session 50: Symposium: The Convention on Biological Diversity: What is it, and why should botanists care
Presider: R Geeta, State University of New York
August 4th
1:00 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Introduction
50-1August 4th
1:15 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)The CBD for BotanistsSymposiumDavis, Kate, Williams, China.Convention on Biological Diversity
access to genetic resources
benefit-sharing
50-2August 4th
1:45 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)The CBD and bioprospecting: Linking drug discovery with sustainable development and conservation in PanamaSymposiumKursar, Thomas A., Coley, Phyllis.bioprospecting
conservation
sustainable development
August 4th
2:15 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Break
50-3August 4th
2:30 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)The CBD and integrative community-based conservation: insights from Ranomafana National Park MadagascarSymposiumHolmes, Christopher.Madagascar
Ranomafana National Park
Community-based Conservation
50-4August 4th
3:00 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Life in the negotiating trenches: Permits, certificates of origin/provenance/source and other things that go bump in the nightSymposiumHirsch, Leonard P..
Wednesday, August 4th · 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm · Magpie (Cliff Lodge)
Session 51: Contributed Papers: Ecology and paleoecology of bryophytes and lichens; floras and collections
Presider: Janice Glime, Michigan Technological University
51-1August 4th
1:00 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Fossil Mosses Establish the Habitat of Death of a Mastodon in the Hudson River Valley, New YorkPaperMiller, Norton G..fossil mosses
paleocology
Pleistocene
rich-fen
mastodon
51-2August 4th
1:15 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Does substrate affect the potential for establishment of boreal feather mosses after forest fire?PaperSimpson, Michael, Dale, DR. M.R.T..succession
Pleurozium schreberi
Ptilium crista-castrensis
post-fire substrates
boreal forest
51-3August 4th
1:30 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Laser scanning reveals variation in bryophyte canopy structurePaperGutman, C.H., Rice, S.K., Krouglicof, N..chlorophyll fluorescence
surface roughness
light stress
Sphagnum
Bazzania
Pleurozium
51-4August 4th
1:45 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Regional bio-monitoring of atmospheric precipitation of metals by moss Sphagnum on Kumaon hills, IndiaPaperSaxena, Anuj.
51-5August 4th
2:00 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Moss Harvest in West Virginia: Increasing Pressure o­n Riparian HabitatsPaperStudlar, Susan Moyle.moss harvest
moss gathering
Monongahela National Forest
West Virginia
Appalachian Mountains
Thuidium delicatulum
Hypnum imponens
Hypnum curvifolium
riparian habitat
sustainable harvest
51-6August 4th
2:15 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Recolonization by Lichens and Mosses of Burned Substrates in Yellowstone National ParkPaperEversman, Sharon, Horton, Diana.fire ecology
moss
lichens
51-7August 4th
2:30 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Interactive keys: the heart of a virtual floraPaperNash III, Thomas H., Gries, Corinna, Rambold, Gerhard.Flora
interactive keys
lichens
Mexico
51-8August 4th
2:45 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Bioindication of Air Pollution in the Greater Central Valley of California, U.S.A. Using Gradient Analysis of Epiphytic Macrolichen CommunitiesPaperJovan, Sarah, McCune, Bruce.California
epiphytic macrolichens
air pollution
ammonia
ozone
nitrogen dioxide
sulfur dioxide
nitrophiles
land-use
community analysis
non-metric multidimensional scaling gradients
Wednesday, August 4th · 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm · Alpine A (Snowbird Center)
Session 52: Contributed Papers: Anatomy and Development of Reproductive and Vegetative Structures
Presider: J. Phil Gibson, Agnes Scott College
52-1August 4th
1:00 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Developmental and histochemical differences between floral nectaries of tobacco (Nicotiana LxS8) and soybean (Glycine max L.)PaperHorner, Harry T., Healy, Rosaria, Thornburg, Robert W., Palmer, Reid G..nectary
tobacco
flower
soybean
development
histochemistry
52-2August 4th
1:15 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Seed mass variability and significancesPaperMikesell, Jan.Seeds
seed mass
seed size
seed variability
52-3August 4th
1:30 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Trichomes on the gynoecium of cultivar Clark ( Glycine max L.), seven near-isogenic lines, and a tetraploid Clark: a comparative study of their relative numbers and typesPaperHealy, Rosaria, Horner, Harry T., Bailey, Theodore B., Palmer, Reid G..trichomes
gynoecium
near-isogenic lines
cultivar Clark
soybean
52-4August 4th
1:45 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Anatomical Changes during Fruit Ripening in Two Lines of Tabasco Pepper (Capsicum frutescens)PaperAl-khatib, Rami, Sundberg, Marshall D.anatomy
fruit
morphometrics
Capsicum
development
52-5August 4th
2:00 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Anatomy and Development of Gynoecium Appendages in XyridacePaperCampbell, Lisa M., Stevenson, Dennis Wm..Xyridaceae
Poales
gynoecium
appendage
anatomy
secretory
nectar
52-6August 4th
2:15 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Pollen and anther development in Brasenia (Cabombaceae, Nymphaeales)PaperTaylor, Mackenzie L., Osborn, Jeffrey M..Brasenia
Cabombaceae
Nymphaeales
aquatic plants
Water lilies
pollen
Pollen development
Pollen ontogeny
ultrastructure
52-7August 4th
2:30 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Comparison of germination and pericarp characteristics between homocarpic and heterocarpic species of Grindelia (Asteraceae)PaperGibson, J. Phil, Engel, E. Cayenne.achene
Asteraceae
Grindelia
heterocarpy
August 4th
3:00 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Break
52-8August 4th
3:15 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)A preliminary survey of angiosperms with torus-bearing pit membranesPaperJansen, Steven, Dute, Roland R., Gasson, P.E., Smets, E..pit membrane
xylem
tori
bordered pit
tracheids
vessels
woody angiosperms
52-9August 4th
3:30 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Terrestrial Coleochaete orbicularis (Charophyceae, Streptophyta)PaperGraham, Linda E., Arancibia-Avila, Patricia.terrestrial algae
Coleochaete
52-10August 4th
3:45 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)The signal for determinate growth in Psilotum.PaperChristianson, Michael L..
52-11August 4th
4:00 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Development and function of cellulosic fibers in the leaves of Gnetum gnemonPaperTomlinson, P. Barry, Tomlinson, P. Barry, Fisher, Jack B..fibers
tension wood
Gnetum
leaf veins
leaf anatomy
52-12August 4th
4:15 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Initiation and progression of the calcium oxalate pattern in developing Prunus virginiana (Rosaceae) leavesPaperLersten, Nels R., Horner, Harry T..leaves
crystal pattern
Prunus
calcium oxalate
52-13August 4th
4:30 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Comparative morphology, anatomy and development of ant-domatia in Neotropical MelastomataceaePaperMichelangeli, Fabian A., Stevenson, Dennis Wm..ant-plant
leaf anatomy
leaf development
Melastomataceae
myrmecophytism
domatia
52-14August 4th
4:45 pm
Alpine A (Snowbird Center)Evolution of Kranz anatomy in the genus Flaveria (Asteraceae)PaperMcKown, Athena D., Moncalvo, Jean-Marc, Dengler, Nancy G..Asteraceae
C4 photosynthesis
Evolution
Flaveria
ITS
Kranz anatomy
phylogeny
Wednesday, August 4th · 1:00 pm to 5:15 pm · Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)
Session 53: Contributed Papers: Chloroplast DNA, cytogenetics and genome size, molecular evolution, and crop-wild plant gene flow
Presider: H. James Price, Texas A&M University
53-1August 4th
1:00 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Fluorescent length polymorphism (FLP) scanning is an efficient tool for identifying intraspecific chloroplast DNA variationPaperHorning, Matthew, Huber, M. Sue, Cronn, RC.cpDNA
length polymorphism scanning
population genetic diversity
Purshia tridentata
Calamagrostis breweri
Lilium philadelphicum
53-2August 4th
1:15 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)matK, A Pseudogene or Not?PaperBarthet, Michelle, Hilu, Khidir W..chloroplast
matK
transcription
pseudogene
phylogenetics
53-3August 4th
1:30 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Pervasive RNA editing in hornwort chloroplast and mitochondrial protein coding genes.PaperDuff, R. Joel.hornworts
rbcL
bryophyte
RNA editing
nad5
53-4August 4th
1:45 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)RNA editing in a fern chloroplast genomePaperWolf, Paul G., Rowe, Carol A., Hasebe, Mitsuyasu.ferns
organelle
plant
Evolution
transcription
intron
53-5August 4th
2:00 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Comparative chloroplast genomics of legumes (Fabaceae)PaperKim, Hyi-Gyung, Ruck, Elizabeth, Guisinger, Mary, McMurtry, Vanity, Boore, Jeffrey, Jansen, Robert.chloroplast genome
comparative genomics
Fabaceae
Trifolium
Medicago
Lotus
53-6August 4th
2:15 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)An effecient method for identifing all chromosome pairs of Veronica persica and other rare plants with small size chromosomesPaperKharabian, Ardashir, Amirhossein, Darabi.Cytology
cytogenetics
chromosomes
Karyotype
53-7August 4th
2:30 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Evolution in angiosperms involved both increases and decreases in genome size.PaperPrice, H. James.genome size
Evolution
phylogeny
53-8August 4th
2:45 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Genome size evolution of Hordeum (Poaceae) analyzed in a phylogenetic contextPaperBlattner, Frank R., Jakob, Sabine S., Meister, Armin.flow cytometry
genome size evolution
Hordeum
life form
phylogeny
population genetics
speciation
August 4th
3:00 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Break
53-9August 4th
3:15 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Birth, silencing, and various degrees of death in the nuclear and mitochondrial paralogues of cytochrome oxidase subunit 2 of Glycine (Leguminosae)PaperDoyle, Jeff J., Doyle, Jane L..cox2
duplication
polyploidy
Glycine
silencing
birth and death
53-10August 4th
3:30 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Duplication of the AP2 domain preceded the split of the major lineages of the APETALA2-like gene familyPaperKim, Sangtae, Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E..AINTEGUMENTA
Amborella
ANT lineage
ANT motif
APETALA2
euANT motif
euAP2 lineage
miR172
53-11August 4th
3:45 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Positive Selection And The Molecular Evolutionary Energetics Of Active Suction Trapping In A Carnivorous PlantPaperJobson, Richard, Nielsen, Rasmus, Laakkonen, Liisa, Marten, Wikstrom, Albert, Victor A..Carnivorous plant
Utricularia
Ion transport
COXI
Evolution
Positive Darwinian selection
Respiration
53-12August 4th
4:00 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)S-allele diversity and sequence divergence in horsenettle (Solanum carolinense)PaperMena-Alí, Jorge I., Travers, Steve, Stephenson, Andrew G..cDNA cloning
self-incompatibility
Solanaceae
Solanum carolinense
S-alleles
53-13August 4th
4:15 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeny of Eleusine (Poaceae: Chloridoideae) based on nuclear and plastid DNA sequence analysesPaperNeves, Susana S., Swire-Clark, Ginger, Hilu, Khidir W., Baird, Wm. Vance.finger millet
nuclear ITS
paralogues
polyploidy
pseudogenes
trnL-trnF
trnT-trnF
53-14August 4th
4:30 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Persistence of crop alleles in wild radish populations eight years after crop-wild hybridizationPaperSnow, Allison, Culley, Theresa, Ellstrand, Norman, Uthus, Kristen, Hegde, Subray.hybridization
crop
weed
introgression
wild radish
transgenic
fitness
53-15August 4th
4:45 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Impacts of crop-to-wild gene flow: beyond conventional metrics of genetic diversityPaperCampbell, Lesley G., Waite, Thomas A., Bartsch, Detlef.Allozyme
Beta vulgaris
Species diversity indices
genetic diversity
crop-to-wild gene flow
53-16August 4th
5:00 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Paper not presentedPaperJayaveeran, Vasu.
Wednesday, August 4th · 1:15 pm to 4:00 pm · Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 54: : Plant development and evolution: Lessons learned from candidate genes, Part II
Presider: M. Alejandra Jaramillo, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
54-1August 4th
1:15 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Evolution of leaf development programmesSymposiumPiazza, Paolo, Tsiantis, Miltos.leaf architecture
leaf development
54-2August 4th
1:45 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Patterning genes in embryophytes and algae: new insights into land plant developmental evolutionSymposiumFloyd, Sandra K., Bowman, John L..bryophyte
cDNA cloning
Character evolution
Coleochaete
development
developmental genetics
embryophytes
Evolution
ferns
gene evolution
leaf development
lycophytes
seed plants
EvoDevo
gene expression
charophycean algae
August 4th
2:15 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Break
54-3August 4th
2:30 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Evolution and Development of Petals within Aizoaceae: A Preliminary Analysis of MADS-box Gene DiversitySymposiumBrockington, Samuel F, Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E.Aizoaceae
ABC model
core eudicots
developmental genetics
development
Evolution
floral structure
flower development
54-4August 4th
2:45 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Petaloidy and expression of petal identity genes in Mussaenda pubescens (Rubiaceae)SymposiumHu, Jer-Ming, Lu, Chia-Ying.Rubiaceae
EvoDevo
petaloidy
Mussaenda pubescens
gene expression
54-5August 4th
3:00 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Conservation Between Maize and Arabidopsis B-class gene FunctionSymposiumWhipple, Clinton, Ciceri, Pietro, Schmidt, Robert.ABC model
flower development
homology
MADS box genes
Poaceae
Streptochaeta
lodicule
54-6August 4th
3:15 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)The dynamics of gene duplication in grassesSymposiumZanis, Michael, Schmidt, Robert, Kellogg, Elizabeth.duplicate genes
carpels
stamens
ZAG1
ZMM2
grasses
"C class"
MADS-box
54-7August 4th
3:30 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)PIM, a Pea Ortholog of AP1, Reduces a Triad of Stems to a Simple Flower while Buffering against Environmental and Genetic DistractersSymposiumSollinger, John D., Singer, Susan R..inflorescence
flowering
phenotypic plasticity
Fabaceae
pea
evo-devo
August 4th
3:45 pm
Ballroom 1 (Cliff Lodge)Final Remarks & Mixer
Wednesday, August 4th · 1:15 pm to 3:30 am · Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 55: Symposium: Resistance, emigration, or adaptation? Phylogeography and ecology of European alpine plant species, Part II
55-1August 4th
1:15 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Reproductive biology and genetic structure in a conservation context. The example of Eryngium alpinum L. (Apiaceae)SymposiumTill-Bottraud, Irène, Gaudeul, Myriam.Apiaceae
endangered species
European Alps
genetic diversity
genetic structure
pollination biology
population
fragmentation
55-2August 4th
1:45 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Is the rare Saxifraga florulenta Moretti a Tertiary relictual species? Evidence from molecular dating analysesSymposiumConti, Elena, Rutschmann, Frank.alpine biogeography
divergence times estimates
European Alpine System
ITS
matK
Miocene
Pleistocene
rate heterogeneity
refugia
relictual species
paleoendemic
living fossil
55-3August 4th
2:15 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)The genetic structure of geographically isolated populations of seven co-distributed alpine species in the Western part of the European Alpine SystemSymposiumKropf, Matthias, Comes, Hans Peter, Kadereit, Joachim W..AFLP
alpine biogeography
molecular fingerprint clock
postglacial history
genetic diversity
European Alpine System
55-4August 4th
2:45 pm
Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)Molecular evidence for glacial refugia of mountain plants in the European AlpsSymposiumSchönswetter, Peter, Stehlik, Ivana, Tribsch, Andreas, Holderegger, Rolf.European Alps
mountain plants
phylogeography
glacial refugia
ice ages
review
Wednesday, August 4th · 1:30 pm to 3:30 am · Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)
Session 56: Symposium: Resolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challenges, Part II
Presider: Paul G. Wolf, Utah State University
56-1August 4th
1:30 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Integrating molecular and morphological data to infer phylogeny in the ChlorophytaSymposiumMcManus, Hilary A., Lewis, Louise A..Chlorophyta
morphology
phylogeny
molecular data
56-2August 4th
2:00 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Phylogeny of floral genes and their expression in basal angiospermsSymposiumKim, Sangtae, Koh, Jin, Theiβen, Günter, Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E..MADS box genes
ABC model
quantitative RT-PCR
Amborella
Nuphar
Illicium
Magnoliales
56-3August 4th
2:30 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Comparative chloroplast genomics of Campanulaceae: a model system for understanding mechanisms of genome evolution and the utility of genomic changes for phylogeny reconstructionSymposiumHaberle, Rosemarie C., Jansen, Robert K., Boore, Jeffrey L., Kuehl, Jennifer V..phylogenomics
comparative
chloroplast
genomics
Campanulaceae
Wednesday, August 4th · 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm · Maybird (Cliff Lodge)
Session 57: Contributed Papers: Paleobotanical Section: Isabel Cookson Student Award Session, Part 2
Presider: Ruth A. Stockey, University of Alberta
57-1August 4th
1:30 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Mesarch solenostelic ferns from the early Cretaceous Apple Bay locality, British Columbia, CanadaPaperHernandez-Castillo, Genaro, Stockey, Ruth A., Rothwell, Gar W..Canada
Cretaceous
fern
Schizaeaceae
solenostelic
57-2August 4th
1:45 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Vegetative gleicheniaceous remains from the Eocene of North AmericaPaperMindell, Randal, Stockey, Ruth A., Rothwell, Gar W., Beard, Graham.Gleicheniaceae
Eocene
ferns
rhizome
anatomy
57-3August 4th
2:00 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Anatomically preserved exarch solenostelic ferns from the Cretaceous Apple Bay locality, Vancouver IslandPaperLittle, Stefan A., Stockey, Ruth A., Rothwell, Gar W..Cretaceous
fern
Loxomopteris
polypod
Solenostelopteris
57-4August 4th
2:15 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Probable pteridaceous fern leaves with attached sori from the Early Cretaceous of Apple Bay, Vancouver IslandPaperRothwell, Gar W., Stockey, Ruth A..Early Cretaceous
fern radiations
Pteridaceae
Pterozonium
Taenitidoideae
August 4th
2:30 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Break
57-5August 4th
2:45 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)A dryopterid fern with Onoclea-type stipe anatomy from the Eocene of North AmericaPaperKarafit, Steven J., Rothwell, Gar W., Stockey, Ruth A., Nishida, Harufumi.Eocene
dryopterid fern
Onoclea
fossil
57-6August 4th
3:00 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Dipteridaceous ferns from the early Cretaceous Apple Bay flora of Vancouver IslandPaperStockey, Ruth A., Rothwell, Gar W., Little, Stefan A..Cretaceous
Dipteridaceae
Dipteris
fern
Hausmannia
57-7August 4th
3:15 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Permineralized Osmunda pinnae with attached sporangia containing spores from the Lower Cretaceous of British Columbia, CanadaPaperVavrek, Matthew J., Stockey, Ruth A., Rothwell, Gar W..Cretaceous
fern
Osmundaceae
August 4th
3:30 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Informal Presentations
August 4th
3:45 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Break
Wednesday, August 4th · 1:30 pm to 5:45 pm · Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)
Session 58: Contributed Papers: Phylogenetic Methods, Genomics, and Molecular Evolution II
Presider: Jim Leebens-Mack, Pennsylvania State University
58-1August 4th
1:30 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)The age of the angiosperms: a Bayesian perspectivePaperBell, Charles, Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E..Bayesian phylogenetics
angiosperms
divergence time estimates
fossils
58-2August 4th
1:45 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)From molecules to macrofossils: estimating divergence times within Illicium (Illiciaceae)PaperMorris, Ashley B., Bell, Charles, Gitzendanner, Matthew A., Soltis, Douglas E., Soltis, Pamela S..chloroplast DNA
fossils
Illicium
ITS
58-3August 4th
2:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Inferring phylogeny using genomic characters: a case study using land plant plastomesPaperKelch, Dean, Mishler, Brent, Driskell, Amy, Wolf, Paul G..genomics
phylogeny
land plants
moss
liverwort
hornwort
58-4August 4th
2:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)The tree of angiosperms and microstructural changes in the matK genePaperBorsch, Thomas, Müller, Kai, Hilu, Khidir W., Soltis, Douglas E., Soltis, Pamela S., Quandt, Dietmar, Löhne, Cornelia, Worberg, Andreas, Wanke, Stefan.angiosperm phylogeny
matK
microstructural changes
molecular evolution
58-5August 4th
2:30 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Mitochondrial DNA suggests 12 origins of parasitism in angiosperms and implicates parasitic plants as vectors of horizontal gene transferPaperBarkman, Todd J., McNeal, Joel R., Lim, Seok-Hong, Coat, Gwen, Croom, Henrietta, Young, Ned, dePamphilis, Claude W..mt DNA
holoparasite
horizontal gene transfer
angiosperm phylogeny
58-6August 4th
2:45 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)The significance of few versus many in the tree of lifePaperScotland, RW, Sanderson, MJ.adaptive radiation
hollow curve
monotypic groups
stochastic
Simultaneous broken stick
Simulatneous broken tree
classifications
species richness
extinction
58-7August 4th
3:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Identification of broadly applicable nuclear DNA regions for phylogenetic reconstruction in angiospermsPaperPadolina, Joanna, Timme, Ruth, Linder, Randal, Briggs, Willard, Xu, Weijia, Liu, Wenguo, Miranker, Daniel.universal primers
molecular markers
phylogeny
primer
58-8August 4th
3:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Is your nuclear gene telling the truth? A case study in legmues that tests when polyploidy occurred relative to taxon divergencePaperPfeil, Bernard E., Schlueter, Jessica A., Shoemaker, Randy C., Doyle, Jeff J..Fabaceae
Glycine
Leguminosae
phylogenetics
polyploidy
nDNA
Medicago
synonymous distance
August 4th
3:30 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Break
58-9August 4th
3:45 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)The maintenance and evolution of RNA editing and its effects on phylogeny reconstruction in hornwortsPaperDuff, R. Joel, Moore, Francisco.RNA editing
hornworts
Land Plant Evolution
58-10August 4th
4:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)A comparison of conifer chloroplast genomes based on complete genome sequences from Pinaceae, Podocarpaceae, and CupressaceaePaperRaubeson, Linda A., Fine, Nichole L. Y., Peery, Rhiannon, Fourcade, H. Matthew, Kuehl, Jennifer V., Boore, Jeffrey L..Gene order
chloroplast DNA
Conifers
58-11August 4th
4:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Comparative analysis of new monocot chloroplast genome sequences provides insights into grass cpDNA evolutionPaperLeebens-Mack, Jim, dePamphilis, Claude W., Raubeson, Linda A., Cui, Liying, Boore, Jeffrey, Kuehl, Jennifer V., Piffanelli, Pietro, Chumley, Tim, Jansen, Robert K..plastid genome evolution
phylogenetic inference
monocots
58-12August 4th
4:30 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Molecular evolution of the chloroplast trnL-F region in land plantsPaperQuandt, Dietmar, Müller, Kai, Stech, Michael, Hilu, Khidir W., Borsch, Thomas.group I intron
land plants
molecular evolution
co-evolution
trnL-F
58-13August 4th
4:45 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Sequences from Dipsacales suggest deep eudicot duplications in the floral symmetry TCP genes (CYCLOIDEA-like)PaperHowarth, Dianella G., Donoghue, Michael J..phylogeny
cycloidea
Dipsacales
gene evolution
TCP family
58-14August 4th
5:00 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Subrepeats in Pinaceae nrDNA internal transcribed spacer 1 (ITS1).PaperCampbell, Christopher.concerted evolution
secondary structure
compensating base changes
58-15August 4th
5:15 pm
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Lineage-specific differences in numbers of nucleotide substitutions in mitochondrial loci of basal monocots; impact on angiosperm phylogeneticsPaperDuvall, Melvin R., Leseberg, C. H., Robinson, J. W., Mathews, Sarah.angiosperms
atp1
mitochondrial genes
phylogenetics
monocot
cox1
Wednesday, August 4th · 1:45 pm to 5:30 pm · Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)
Session 59: Contributed Papers: Species Delimitation, Conservation, and Hybridization
Presider: John Freudenstein, Ohio State University
59-1August 4th
1:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Monography in a rank-free world: a practical example from the moss clade Leucophanella.PaperFisher, Kirsten.rank-free classification
monography
Phylocode
Bryophytes
59-2August 4th
2:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Relationships among and delimitation of Sarracenia species: a nuclear DNA perspectivePaperFreudenstein, John, Chaudhuri, Alpana, Case, Fred W..Sarracenia
ISSR
59-3August 4th
2:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)What do RAPD, ISSR and AFLP markers suggest about the taxonomic status of two rare North American roses, Rosa rousseauiorum and Rosa williamsii?PaperBruneau, Anne, Joly, Simon, Starr, Julian R., Drouin, Josée Nadia.AFLP
ISSR
RAPD
Rosa
species delimitation
conservation
59-4August 4th
2:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Taxonomic status and phylogeny of northern monkshood (Aconitum noveboracense, Ranunculaceae): an endangered species in North AmericaPaperFarrell, Bonnie A., Struwe, Lena, Hartman, J. M..Ranunculaceae
Aconitum
North America
ITS
quantitative morphological data matrix
parsimony
bulbils
histology
endangered plants
59-5August 4th
2:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Teasing apart the hidden species within the widely distributed herb Chelonanthus alatus (Gentianaceae)PaperLepis, Kate B., Jaworski, Jillian, Struwe, Lena.Chelonanthus
Gentianaceae
morphometrics
PCA
neotropics
ITS
conservation
59-6August 4th
3:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Using molecular systematic techniques for taxonomic assessment and potential conservation of an endangered tree (Guaiacum spp.)PaperDertien, Joseph R., Duvall, Melvin R., Beck, Hans T..trnL-F
endangered species
ndhF
taxonomy
Zygophyllaceae
Guaiacum
molecular phylogenetics
conservation
59-7August 4th
3:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)A phylogenetic perspective on cryptic biological species, chromosome evolution, and putative peripatric speciation in the California tarweed genus Holocarpha (Compositae--Madiinae)PaperBaldwin, Bruce G..speciation
diversification
cryptic species
peripatric speciation
peripheral isolates
heterochrony
chromosomal evolution
California
phylogeography
ITS
ETS
nuclear ribosomal DNA
molecular phylogenetics
Asteraceae
Compositae
Madieae
Madiinae
Holocarpha
tarweeds
August 4th
3:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Break
59-8August 4th
3:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Patterns of evolution in Hyobanche L. (Orobanchaceae), part IIPaperWolfe, Andrea D., Arguedas, Nidia.ISSRs
Orobanchaceae
Hyobanche
South Africa
systematics
59-9August 4th
4:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Re-evaluation of Species Boundaries in the Carex eburnea Complex Using Morphometric, Molecular and Biogeographical DataPaperGillespie, Emily L., Reece, L. Court, Murrell, Zack E..species delimitation
metaphyly
phylogeography
ISSR
morphometrics
59-10August 4th
4:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Distinct species or hybrid swarm?: Investigating the taxonomic status of Cronquist’s WoodyasterPaperMeyer, Therese, Windham, M. D..hybrid
taxonomy
cytogenetics
electrophoresis
Xylorhiza
59-11August 4th
4:30 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Origin and relationships of the Brazoria palmetto (Arecaceae: Sabal) based o­n AFLP data.PaperBrunell, Mark.palms
hybridization
AFLP
Sabal minor
Sabal mexicana
59-12August 4th
4:45 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Landscape patterns of multiple hybrid structure in California red oaksPaperDodd, Richard S, Afzal-Rafii, Zara.hybridization
Quercus wislizeni
environmental correlation
introgression
extrinsic selection
AFLP
59-13August 4th
5:00 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Genetic characterization of the Abies grandis-Abies concolor complex in central Idaho and eastern OregonPaperOtt, Todd M., Brunsfeld, Steven J..Abies
hybridization
introgression
AFLP
59-14August 4th
5:15 pm
Cottonwood A (Snowbird Center)Hybridization as the origin of apomixis for a hexaploid population within sexual diploid Ranunculus carpaticolaPaperPaun, Ovidiu, Hörandl, Elvira, Greilhuber, Johann, Stuessy, Tod F..AFLP
apomixis
genetic structure
hybridization
Ranunculus
Wednesday, August 4th · 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm · Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)
Session 60: Contributed Papers: Caryophyllales, Polygonales, and Saxifragales
Presider: Mark E. Mort, University of Kansas
60-1August 4th
2:00 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Northern hemisphere biogeography of Cerastium (Caryophyllaceae): insights from phylogenetic analysis of non coding plastid nucleotide sequencesPaperScheen, Anne-Cathrine, Brochmann, Christian, Brysting, Anne K., Elven, Reidar, Morris, Ashley B., Soltis, Douglas E., Soltis, Pamela S., Albert, Victor A..Caryophyllaceae
Cerastium
biogeography
cpDNA
phylogeny
60-2August 4th
2:15 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic analysis of Gomphrenoideae (Amaranthaceae): Sequence data from trnL-F support a Tidestromia-Alternanthera cladePaperSanchez-del Pino, Ivonne, Borsch, Thomas, Motley, Timothy J..Amaranthaceae
Tidestromia-Alternanthera clade
trnL-F
subfamily Gomphrenoideae
60-3August 4th
2:30 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetic analysis of North American Atriplex (Amaranthaceae/Chenopodiaceae) using ITS sequence dataPaperZacharias, Elizabeth H., Baldwin, Bruce G..Atriplex
Amaranthaceae
Chenopodiaceae
nr DNA ITS
ITS
phylogeny
Atriplex
nr DNA
60-4August 4th
2:45 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Biogeographic diversification of Claytonia (Portulacaceae)PaperO'Quinn, Robin, Hufford, Larry.biogeography
Portulacaceae
Claytonia
DIVA
western North America
60-5August 4th
3:00 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Early cactus evolution: a postmodern viewPaperGriffith, M. Patrick.Cactaceae
Character evolution
Postmodernism
60-6August 4th
3:15 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Basal phylogenetic relationships in Cactaceae, and implications for early cactus evolutionPaperEdwards, Erika, Donoghue, Michael J..Cactaceae
biogeography
Pereskia
phylogeny
phytochrome C
DNA sequences
Character evolution
August 4th
3:30 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Break
60-7August 4th
3:45 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Evolutionary relationships in the Polygonella clade (Polygonaceae) based o­n DNA sequence dataPaperLamb-Frye, Ann, Kron, Kathleen A..
60-8August 4th
4:00 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Molecular phylogenetics of the jade plants (Crassula, Crassulaceae) inferred from chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequencesPaperMort, Mark E..Crassulaceae
trnL-F
ITS
Classification
Crassula
phylogenetics
60-9August 4th
4:15 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Phylogenetics and evolution of Cotyledon (Crassulaceae) inferred from nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequence dataPaperLevsen, Nicholas, Mort, Mark E..Crassulaceae
Cotyledon
phylogeny
South Africa
60-10August 4th
4:30 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)From fossils to molecules: integrating morphological and molecular data to investigate floral evolution in Hamamelidoideae (Hamamelidaceae)PaperMagallón, Susana.atpB
atpB-rbcL spacer
bipartite perianth
constraint tree
floral evolution
fossils
core eudicot floral groundplan
incongruence
matK
pentamery
rbcL
total evidence
60-11August 4th
4:45 pm
Cottonwood C (Snowbird Center)Resolving phylogeny within the family Altingiaceae: implications from anatomy of infructescences and molecular data setsPaperIckert-Bond, Stefanie, M., Wen, Jun, Pigg, Kathleen B..infructescences anatomy
Semiliquidambar
Liquidambar
Altingia
waxy
trnL-trnF IGS
phylogeny
biogeography
Wednesday, August 4th · 3:15 pm to 4:15 pm · Magpie (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: ABLS Business Meeting
Presider: James D. Lawrey,
August 4th
3:15 pm
Magpie (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Wednesday, August 4th · 3:30 pm to 6:00 am · Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)
Session D7: Discussion Session: Tools for success in interdisciplinary, collaborative research
Presider: Dina F. Mandoli, University of Washington
D7-1August 4th
3:30 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Tools for Success in Interdisciplinary, Collaborative ResearchDiscussionMandoli, Dina F., Renzaglia, Karen S..
Wednesday, August 4th · 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm · Maybird (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Paleobotanical Section Business Meeting
Presider: Lisa Boucher, University of Nebraska at Omaha
August 4th
4:00 pm
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Wednesday, August 4th · 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm · Creekside Patio (Cliff Lodge)
Mixer: ABLS and BSA Bryological and Lichenological Section Mixer
Presider: Larry L. St. Clair, Brigham Young University
August 4th
4:30 pm
Creekside Patio (Cliff Lodge)Mixer
Wednesday, August 4th · 5:15 pm to 6:00 pm · Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Genetics Section Business Meeting
Presider: Randall Small, University of Tennessee
August 4th
5:15 pm
Peruvian (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Wednesday, August 4th · 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm · Conference Center Terrace (Cliff Lodge)
Mixer: BSA Mixer
August 4th
6:00 pm
Conference Center Terrace (Cliff Lodge)Mixer
Wednesday, August 4th · 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm · Ballroom 1 & 2 (Cliff Lodge)
Banquet: BSA Banquet (Ticketed Event)
Presider: Linda E. Graham, University of Wisconsin-Madison
August 4th
7:00 pm
Ballroom 1 & 2 (Cliff Lodge)Banquet
Wednesday, August 4th · 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm · Ballroom 1 & 2 (Cliff Lodge)
Special Lecture: Address of the BSA President-Elect at the BSA Banquet
Presider: Linda E. Graham, University of Wisconsin-Madison
0-0August 4th
8:30 pm
Ballroom 1 & 2 (Cliff Lodge)Botany in the news: how to communicate the fruits of our research.Special AddressSnow, Allison.transgenic
scientific literacy
science reporters
publicity for botanists
communication
Thursday, August 5th · 8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Maybird (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: Deep Time Research Coordination Network Meeting
Presider: Douglas E. Soltis, University of Florida
August 5th
8:00 am
Maybird (Cliff Lodge)Meeting
Thursday, August 5th · 8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Board Room (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: BSA Executive Committee Meeting
Presider: Allison Snow, Ohio State University
August 5th
8:00 am
Board Room (Cliff Lodge)Meeting

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