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SessionDate/TimeTitleSectionTypeAuthorsKeywords
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
Patterns and proximal causes of rarity in bryophytesThe biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichensSymposiumCleavitt, Nat.reproductive biology
establishment ability
Dispersal
coarse filter approach
7-2August 2nd
9:00 am
Timely Questions, and the Beginnings of Answers, for Strengthening Lichen ConservationThe biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichensSymposiumPeterson, Eric B..lichen
conservation
population
biogeography
genetics
rare
GIS
7-3August 2nd
9:30 am
Biological soil and crusts and why they are disappearingThe biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichensSymposiumRosentreter, Roger.biological soil crusts
cheatgrass
germination
7-4August 2nd
10:00 am
Variation in the occurrence of rare epiphytic lichens of the western Oregon Cascades.The biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichensSymposiumMartin, Erin P., McCune, Bruce, Geiser, Linda.lichens
non-metric multidimensional scaling
species rarity
Oregon
August 2nd
10:30 am
BreakThe biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichens
7-5August 2nd
10:45 am
Site factors determining epiphytic lichen distribution in a dieback-affected spruce-fir forest on Whiteface Mountain, New YorkThe biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichensSymposiumSchmull, Michaela.epiphytic lichens
precipitation chemistry
forest dieback
nitrate toxicity
microclimate
nitrate
manganese
7-6August 2nd
11:15 am
Conservation Implications of the Study of Rare and Unusual Bryophytes of Garry Oak Ecosystems of Southwestern British Columbia, CanadaThe biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichensSymposiumMcIntosh, Terry T., Miles, Wynne.Garry oak
rare bryophyte conservation
7-7August 2nd
11:45 am
Proposed list of extinct, rare and/or endangered marolichens in WisconsinThe biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichensSymposiumBennett, James P., Wetmore, Clifford M..rare taxa
rare endemic
lichens
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
Conservation and Management of Rare Bryophytes on USFS and BLM Lands in the Pacific NorthwestThe biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichensSymposiumHarpel, Judith.Bryophytes
rarity
conservation
15-2August 2nd
1:30 pm
Current Status of Rare Lichens and Their Conservation in Washington State.The biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichensSymposiumGlew, Katherine.lichens
rarity
conservation
15-3August 2nd
2:00 pm
A Novel Approach to Bryophyte Conservation: the In-vitro StrategyThe biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichensSymposiumPressel, Silvia, Duckett, Jeffrey G..axenic cultures
bryophyte conservation
moss protonemata
August 2nd
2:30 pm
DiscussionThe biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichens
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
New insights on character evolution in hornworts.Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperVillarreal, 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
An ultrastructural study of sporogenesis in Notothylas.Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperLong, Joel A., Renzaglia, Karen S..sporogenesis
ultrastructure
hornworts
morphology
anatomy
development
23-3August 2nd
3:30 pm
Anthoceros phymatodes M. Howe (Anthocerotophyta) is a Heterotypic Synonym of Phaeoceros bulbiculosis (Brot.) ProskBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperStotler, 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
BreakBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLS
23-4August 2nd
4:00 pm
A Re-evaluation of Noteroclada Taylor ex Hook. & Wilson (Pelliaceae H. Klinggr., Marchantiophyta)Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperZhang, Li, Stotler, Raymond E., Crandall-Stotler, Barbara J..sporeling development
Sporophyte anatomy
Austrofossombronia
Fossombronia
Noteroclada
Pellia
Treubia
23-5August 2nd
4:15 pm
Spore wall development in Sphaerocarpos texanusBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperJohnson, Eric E, Rogers, Cassandra E..callose
liverwort
spore tetrad
23-6August 2nd
4:30 pm
Anatomical Studies of Verdoornia succulenta R. M. Schust. (Makinoaceae Nakai, Marchantiophyta) and a Re-evaluation of its Systematic AffinitiesBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperCrandall-Stotler, Barbara J., Millar, Katherine.anatomy
apical cell geometry
archegonial development
sporophytes
Aneuraceae
Makinoaceae
August 2nd
4:45 pm
DiscussionBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLS
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
Sexual dimorphism in bryophytes: patterns and consequencesSexual dimorphism in bryophytes: Patterns and consequencesSymposiumFuselier, Linda, Stark, Lloyd.dwarf males
sex dimorphism
bryophyte
27-2August 3rd
8:30 am
A gender based approach to desiccation tolerance in a desert mossSexual dimorphism in bryophytes: Patterns and consequencesSymposiumStark, Lloyd R..desiccation tolerance
sex dimorphism
bryophyte
leaf regeneration
27-3August 3rd
9:00 am
An integrative approach to understand patterns and consequences of sexual dimorphisms in clonal plantsSexual dimorphism in bryophytes: Patterns and consequencesSymposiumMcLetchie, Nicholas.
August 3rd
9:30 am
BreakSexual dimorphism in bryophytes: Patterns and consequences
27-4August 3rd
9:45 am
Sex-specific and environment-dependent selection influence sexual dimorphism and the distribution of sexes of a thallose liverwortSexual dimorphism in bryophytes: Patterns and consequencesSymposiumFuselier, Linda.sex dimorphism
bryophyte
natural selection
27-5August 3rd
10:15 am
Evolution of phyllodioicy in Garovagliaceae and PtychomniaceaeSexual dimorphism in bryophytes: Patterns and consequencesSymposiumNewton, Angela, Pedersen, Niklas.Garovagliaceae
Ptychomniaceae
dwarf males
Bryophytes
27-6August 3rd
10:45 am
Sexual Dimorphism in Mosses: Pseudautoicy (dwarf males) in the Dicranaceae sensu stricto with a special emphasis on DicranumSexual dimorphism in bryophytes: Patterns and consequencesSymposiumLa Farge, Catherine.pseudautoicy dwarf males Dicranum
Dicranum
dwarf males
Dicranaceae
Dicranoloma
rDNA ITS
cpDNA trnL-F
species phylogeny
Character evolution
August 3rd
11:15 am
DiscussionSexual dimorphism in bryophytes: Patterns and consequences
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
Liverwort Phylogeny and Endophytic FungiBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperDuckett, Jeffrey G., Carafa, Anna, Ligrone, Roberto.basidiomycetes
Glomeromycota
host-specificity
mycorrhizas
symbiosis
35-2August 3rd
2:15 pm
Protonemal Diversity: New Insights into Moss SystematicsBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperPressel, Silvia, Duckett, Jeffrey G..asexual reproduction
gemmae
protonemata
taxonomy
35-3August 3rd
2:30 pm
Morphometric distinction and geographic variation of Braunia secunda and Braunia andrieuxii in US, Mexico and GuatemalaBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperDe Luna, Efrain, Gomez, Gilberto.morphometrics
moss
geographic variation
Hedwigiaceae
35-4August 3rd
2:45 pm
A phylogenetic monograph of the Syrrhopodon involutus Schwaeg. complexBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperFisher, Kirsten.monography
Calymperaceae
Bryophytes
tropical bryology
phylogenetic
35-5August 3rd
3:00 pm
Genetic diversity of two rare bryophyte species possessing different reproductive systemsBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperPohjamo, 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
BreakBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLS
35-6August 3rd
3:30 pm
Phylogenetic Relationships and Flavonoid Evolution in the Moss Genus Plagiomnium Kop.Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperHarris, Eric S.J..Plagiomnium
moss
phylogenetics
rps4
rpL16
flavonoids
35-7August 3rd
3:45 pm
Biodiversity value and patterns of diversification in Sphagnum section AcutifoliaBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperShaw, A.J..
35-8August 3rd
4:00 pm
Molecular phylogenetic investigation of interspecific variation in the moss Isothecium (Brachytheciaceae)Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperRyall, 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
Molecular phylogeny of the Pallaviciniaceae Mig. (Metzgeriales Schljakov emend. Stotler & Crand.-Stotl., Marchantiophyta)Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperForrest, Laura L., Crandall-Stotler, Barbara J..Pallaviciniaceae
rbcL
psbA
rps4
trnL
Hymenophytaceae
Phyllothalliaceae
simple thalloid
Marchantiophyta
liverwort
35-10August 3rd
4:30 pm
Dispersal and gene flow in aquatic bryophytes occurring in a connected lake systemBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperKorpelainen, Helena, Pohjamo, Maria, Kostamo, Kirsi, Virtanen, Viivi.bryophyte
genetic diversity
gene flow
ISSR
aquatic plants
35-11August 3rd
4:45 pm
The Moss Diversity ProjectBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperCox, Cymon, Goffinet, Bernard, Shaw, A.J., Wickett, Norman, Buck, William.Diversity
moss
phylogenetics
Bayesian phylogenetic inference
Bayesian bootstrap
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
Resolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumMishler, Brent D., Wolf, Paul G..
46-2August 4th
8:30 am
Non-traditional approaches to resolving the green plant tree of lifeResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumDriskell, Amy, Kelch, Dean, Mishler, Brent, Sanderson, MJ.phylogenetic methods
phylogenomics
Tree of Life
46-3August 4th
9:00 am
Locating Diversification Rate Shifts in SupertreesResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumMoore, Brian R., Donoghue, Michael J..adaptive radiation
diversification rate shifts
speciation and extinction
supertrees
46-4August 4th
9:30 am
A Phylogenetic Approach to Interpreting Patterns of Functional Divergence and Regulation of Duplicated GenesResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumDes Marais, David L..cDNA cloning
character state
duplication
gene expression
gene tree/species tree
46-5August 4th
10:00 am
Conservation and divergence of sequences and expression patterns in floral developmental MADS-box genesResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumZahn, Laura.development
Evolution
flower development
molecular phylogenetics
MADS box genes
gene expression
August 4th
10:30 am
BreakResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challenges
46-6August 4th
10:45 am
Evolution of meristem in land plants.Resolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumNishiyama, Tomoaki, Sakakibara, Keiko, Hasebe, Mitsuyasu.Physcomitrella patens
SHOOT MERISTEMLESS
KNOX
meristem
shoot
sporophyte
gametophyte
46-7August 4th
11:15 am
An evolutionary time-scale for ferns: ancient origins and recent radiationsResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumSchuettpelz, Eric, Schneider, Harald, Pryer, Kathleen M..divergence time estimates
ferns
fossil record
diversification
46-8August 4th
11:45 am
Diversity and evolution of Chl a/b-binding photosynthetic antenna systems in green plantsResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumYoshii, Yukie.Evolution
photosynthesis
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
Integrating molecular and morphological data to infer phylogeny in the ChlorophytaResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumMcManus, Hilary A., Lewis, Louise A..Chlorophyta
morphology
phylogeny
molecular data
56-2August 4th
2:00 pm
Phylogeny of floral genes and their expression in basal angiospermsResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumKim, Sangtae, Koh, Jin, Theiβen, GŁnter, Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E..MADS box genes
ABC model
quantitative RT-PCR
Amborella
Nuphar
Illicium
Magnoliales
56-3August 4th
2:30 pm
Comparative chloroplast genomics of Campanulaceae: a model system for understanding mechanisms of genome evolution and the utility of genomic changes for phylogeny reconstructionResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challengesSymposiumHaberle, Rosemarie C., Jansen, Robert K., Boore, Jeffrey L., Kuehl, Jennifer V..phylogenomics
comparative
chloroplast
genomics
Campanulaceae
August 4th
3:00 pm
DiscussionResolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challenges
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
Tools for Success in Interdisciplinary, Collaborative ResearchConference WideDiscussionMandoli, Dina F., Renzaglia, Karen S..

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