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SessionDate/TimeTitleSectionTypeAuthorsKeywords
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
IntroductionRupert Barneby and his legume legacy
19-1August 2nd
2:00 pm
Rupert C. Barneby and Pugilus AstragalorumRupert Barneby and his legume legacySymposiumWelsh, S.L..
19-2August 2nd
2:15 pm
Astragalus: a molecular phylogenetic perspectiveRupert Barneby and his legume legacySymposiumWojciechowski, Martin F..Fabaceae
matK
Astragalus
nrDNA ITS sequences
phylogenetic systematics
19-3August 2nd
2:30 pm
Molecular systematics of Old World Astragalus L. (Fabaceae) as inferred from nrDNA ITS sequence dataRupert Barneby and his legume legacySymposiumKazempour Osaloo, Shahrokh.Fabaceae
matK
molecular phylogenetics
nrDNA ITS
molecular systematics
19-4August 2nd
2:45 pm
Phylogenetics of New World Astragalus: the utility of genomics technology in reconstructing phylogenies at low taxonomic levelsRupert Barneby and his legume legacySymposiumScherson, 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
Generic relationships in the Mimosoideae (Fabaceae)Rupert Barneby and his legume legacySymposiumLuckow, Melissa, Miller, Joseph T., Jobson, Richard, Murphy, Daniel J..Fabaceae
Mimosoideae
phylogeny
19-6August 2nd
3:15 pm
Andean Lupinus (Leguminosae - Papilionoideae) - BarnebyRupert Barneby and his legume legacySymposiumHughes, Colin E., Eastwood, Ruth J..cycloidea
ITS
Leguminosae
Lupinus
species delimitation
Andes
August 2nd
3:30 pm
BreakRupert Barneby and his legume legacy
19-7August 2nd
3:45 pm
Floral simplification in the Amorpheae (Papilionoideae)Rupert Barneby and his legume legacySymposiumMcMahon, Michelle, Hufford, Larry.Fabaceae
floral evolution
flower development
Papilionoideae
19-8August 2nd
4:00 pm
The history and future of population genetic research in the conservation of rare Astragalus speciesRupert Barneby and his legume legacySymposiumAllphin, Loreen.Astragalus
conservation
Fabaceae
population genetics
19-9August 2nd
4:15 pm
Natural history of PeirsonRupert Barneby and his legume legacySymposiumPorter, J. Mark, Hobbs, Susan, Mistretta, Orlando.Astragalus
breeding system
life history
endemic
threatened species
self-incompatibility
19-10August 2nd
4:30 pm
Ecology and life cycle biology of two geographically-restricted Astragalus species (Fabaceae): A. bibullatus Barneby & Bridges and A. tennesseensis A. Gray ex ChapmanRupert Barneby and his legume legacySymposiumBaskin, 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
Astragalus mokiacensis Gray and the Astragalus lentiginosus Douglas ex Hook. complex (Fabaceae): Is the scarcely-inflated pod a result of multiple independent parallelisms?Rupert Barneby and his legume legacySymposiumAlexander, J. Andrew, Liston, Aaron.AFLP
Astragalus
Fabaceae
endemic
Arizona
Utah
Nevada
morphometrics
August 2nd
5:00 pm
DiscussionRupert Barneby and his legume legacy
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
Fremont and Beyond: Botanizing in the American WestRegional Botany Special LectureSpecial AddressWelsh, S.L..
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
Taking the high road: controls on altitudinal limits for two species of Mnium in the Front Ranges of the Canadian Rocky MountainsBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperCleavitt, Nat.Mnium
establishment
reciprocal transplant
47-2August 4th
8:45 am
Geographic parthenogenesis within facultatively sexual species?Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperJackson, Heather B, St. Clair, Larry L..Evolution
geographic variation
lichen
sexual reproduction
fitness
fecundity
elevation
47-3August 4th
9:00 am
Habitat-induced morphological differences in two populations of the vagrant lichens Rhizoplaca haydenii and Xanthoparmelia vagansBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperKnight, 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
H. M. Arnellís Contributions To Siberian BryologyBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSSymposiumKosovich, Ye.I., Bardunov, L.V..Nordenskiold Expeditions
19 century
Beginning of professional bryological exploration of Siberia
H.W.Arnell
Musci Asiae Borealis
August 4th
9:30 am
DiscussionConference Wide
August 4th
9:45 am
BreakBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLS
47-5August 4th
10:00 am
Bryophyte and Lichen Biodiversity Research at the Hanford Reach National Monument, Richland, WashingtonBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperMcIntosh, Terry T..
47-6August 4th
10:15 am
Remnant patch size influences bryophyte richness and abundance in British Columbia temperate rainforests: implications for managementBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperBaldwin, 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
Do Rare Geothermal Habitats Have Rare Bryophyte Communities?Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperGlime, Janice.bryophyte
Community-based Conservation
geographical distribution
lichens
temperature
rarity
disturbance
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
Fossil Mosses Establish the Habitat of Death of a Mastodon in the Hudson River Valley, New YorkBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperMiller, Norton G..fossil mosses
paleocology
Pleistocene
rich-fen
mastodon
51-2August 4th
1:15 pm
Does substrate affect the potential for establishment of boreal feather mosses after forest fire?Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperSimpson, Michael, Dale, DR. M.R.T..succession
Pleurozium schreberi
Ptilium crista-castrensis
post-fire substrates
boreal forest
51-3August 4th
1:30 pm
Laser scanning reveals variation in bryophyte canopy structureBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperGutman, C.H., Rice, S.K., Krouglicof, N..chlorophyll fluorescence
surface roughness
light stress
Sphagnum
Bazzania
Pleurozium
51-4August 4th
1:45 pm
Regional bio-monitoring of atmospheric precipitation of metals by moss Sphagnum on Kumaon hills, IndiaBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperSaxena, Anuj.
51-5August 4th
2:00 pm
Moss Harvest in West Virginia: Increasing Pressure o≠n Riparian HabitatsBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperStudlar, 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
Recolonization by Lichens and Mosses of Burned Substrates in Yellowstone National ParkBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperEversman, Sharon, Horton, Diana.fire ecology
moss
lichens
51-7August 4th
2:30 pm
Interactive keys: the heart of a virtual floraBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperNash III, Thomas H., Gries, Corinna, Rambold, Gerhard.Flora
interactive keys
lichens
Mexico
51-8August 4th
2:45 pm
Bioindication of Air Pollution in the Greater Central Valley of California, U.S.A. Using Gradient Analysis of Epiphytic Macrolichen CommunitiesBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPaperJovan, 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 · 3:15 pm to 4:15 pm · Magpie (Cliff Lodge)
Meeting: ABLS Business Meeting
Presider: James D. Lawrey,
August 4th
3:15 pm
MeetingBryological and Lichenological Section/ABLS

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