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SessionDate/TimeTitleSectionTypeAuthorsKeywords
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
Plant Allometry: Is There a Global Theory?Annals of Botany LectureSpecial AddressNiklas, Karl J..Climatic Variation
Biomass Partitioning
Forested Communities
Plant Biodiversity
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
Interspecific competition for pollinator service lowers seed set and outcrossing rates in Mimulus ringensEcological SectionPaperBell, John M., Karron, Jeffrey D., Mitchell, Randall J..competition for pollinator service
outcrossing rates
mating systems
Mimulus ringens
17-2August 2nd
1:30 pm
Refining estimates of pollinator efficiencies calculated from delivered stigmatic loads: a cranberry modelEcological SectionPaperCane, James, Schiffhauer, Dan.pollination
Ericaceae
seed mass
fruit set
stigmatic loading
Vaccinium
bees
guild
pollinator efficacy
17-3August 2nd
1:45 pm
Mixing up floral traits: Radiation of Andean Echinopsis ancistrophora (Cactaceae)Ecological SectionPaperSchlumpberger, 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
Pollination Biology of Eriocaulon parkeri in ConnecticutEcological SectionPaperSawyer, Neil W., Mertins, Daniel S., Schuster, Lela A..Eriocaulon parkeri
reproductive biology
pollination
agamospermy
17-5August 2nd
2:15 pm
Pollinators differentially affect the outcrossing rate in the blue columbineEcological SectionPaperBrunet, Johanne, Sweet, Heather.outcrossing rates
pollinators
bumblebees
hawkmoths
blue columbine
17-6August 2nd
2:30 pm
Visitors to extrafloral nectaries of Senna mexicana var. chapmanii in south FloridaEcological SectionPaperKoptur, Suzanne.nectar
extrafloral
herbivory
Fabaceae
Ecology
ant-plant
August 2nd
2:45 pm
BreakEcological Section
17-7August 2nd
3:00 pm
Evidence for pollinator mediated selection in Linanthus dichotomusEcological SectionPaperChess, Sally K. R., Raguso, Robert A., LeBuhn, Gretchen.floral scent
flowering time
reproductive morphology
17-8August 2nd
3:15 pm
Nectar traits and availability in Nicotiana, Section Alatae (Solanaceae) in relation to primary pollinators and mating systemEcological SectionPaperKaczorowski, 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
Pollination and seed set of the endangered vernal pool annual Lasthenia conjugens (Asteraceae)Ecological SectionPaperRamp, Jennifer M..Asteraceae
pollination
Lasthenia conjugens
pollination biology
restoration
17-10August 2nd
3:45 pm
Passionflower pollination ecology and the utility of a phylogenetic approachEcological SectionPaperKay, 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
The effect of competition and physiological integration on fitness-related traits: A two-year study of Viola blandaEcological SectionPaperSudler, K. Nicole.competition
physiological integration
fitness
clonal plant
17-12August 2nd
4:15 pm
Effects of light intensity on herbivore resistance in leaves of seaside alder (Alnus maritima) and hazel alder (Alnus serrulata)Ecological SectionPaperMorningstar, Dawn, Rice, Stanley A., Kremer-Perez, Kristi.Alnus maritima
Alnus serrulata
bioassay
herbivory
Artemia salina
17-13August 2nd
4:30 pm
Water relations of Pereskia guamacho, a cactus with leavesEcological SectionPaperEdwards, Erika, Diaz, Miriam, Donoghue, Michael J..CAM photosynthesis
Cactaceae
hydraulic conductivity
Pereskia
vulnerability curve
water relations
xylem
17-14August 2nd
4:45 pm
Performance of Select Native Plants for Landscaping UseEcological SectionPaperCoons, 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
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
Self-assembly of patterned landscapes in the central Everglades: a model for the integration of hydrological, biogeochemical, and ecological processesEcological SectionPaperGivnish, TJ, Volin, JC, Glaser, PH.biogeochemistry
hydrology
peat accumulation
landforms
feedbacks
landscape dynamics
29-2August 3rd
8:15 am
Competitive ability of Ailanthus altissima vs. Rhus typhina and Betula alleghaniensisEcological SectionPaperHuebner, Cynthia.Ailanthus altissima
competition
Rhus typhina
Betula alleghaniensis
29-3August 3rd
8:30 am
A new method using parsimony to study vegetation patterns and biocomplexity in a spatial contextEcological SectionPaperStruwe, 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
Effects of mowing and burning on Florida scrub, a fire-dependent ecosystemEcological SectionPaperWeekley, C.W., Menges, E.S., Rickey, M.A..Florida scrub
fire ecology
mechanical treatment
endangered species
29-5August 3rd
9:00 am
Does fire level the hydraulic playing field for resprouting shrubs?Ecological SectionPaperPreston, Katherine, Bhaskar, Radika.fire ecology
chaparral
resprouting
hydraulic conductivity
water relations
Trade-offs
29-6August 3rd
9:15 am
Mechanisms of Treeline Stability in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia: Low-temperature Photoinhibition and Interspecific FacilitationEcological SectionPaperAkhalkatsi, Maia, Abdaladze, Otar, Smith, William K., Nakhutsrishvili, George.treeline
facilitation
global warming
29-7August 3rd
9:30 am
Allelopathic effects of Vincetoxicum stocksii and Zygophyllum fabago.Ecological SectionPaperZaidi, Mudassir.Pakistan
Allelopathic effects
Vincetoxicum stocksii
Zygophyllum fabago
29-8August 3rd
9:45 am
Effects of disturbance on the persistence of HowellEcological SectionPaperRenner, Maralyn A..Montia
Portulacaceae
disturbance
monitoring
mitigation
competition
29-9August 3rd
10:00 am
Interactions between Shrub Steppe Perennials and Winter Annual Grass WeedsEcological SectionPaperAllen, Phil S., Meyer, Susan E..invasion biology
community ecology
restoration
winter annual
shrub steppe
August 3rd
10:15 am
BreakEcological Section
29-10August 3rd
10:30 am
Shade tolerance in the seaside alder (Alnus maritima) and the hazel alder (Alnus serrulata)Ecological SectionPaperRice, 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
Leaf phenology and hydraulic conductance as determinants of shade tolerance in temperate forest treesEcological SectionPaperGivnish, 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
Determinants of shade tolerance and its importance for local species distributions of S. Appalachian treesEcological SectionPaperMontgomery, Rebecca A., Lopez, Omar R., Lopez, Krista Farris, Givnish, TJ.shade tolerance
Diversity
Appalachian Mountains
leaf phenology
photosynthesis
29-13August 3rd
11:15 am
Bottomland hardwood forest composition and structure associated with occurrence of the federally endangered species, Lindera melissifolia (Lauraceae) in MississippiEcological SectionPaperHawkins, Tracy, Lockhart, B. R., Devall, Margaret S., Schiff, Nathan M., Hamel, Paul.Lindera melissifolia
Lauraceae
Endangered
bottomland forest
29-14August 3rd
11:30 am
The effect of population size on phenotypic plasticity in the threatened plant Lupinus perennisEcological SectionPaperTracey, Christopher, Michaels, Helen, Bouzat, Juan.phenotypic plasticity
threatened plant
population size
29-15August 3rd
11:45 am
Floral Biology and Breeding System of the Crenulate Leadplant, Amorpha herbacea var. crenulata (Fabaceae), An Endangered South Florida Pine Rockland EndemicEcological SectionPaperLinares, Lauren.breeding system
outcrossing
self-incompatibility
protogyny
Fabaceae
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
Seed dormancy classes in Hawaiian montane speciesEcological SectionPaperBaskin, Carol C., Baskin, Jerry M., Yoshinaga, Alvin.Hawaii
seed germination
tropical montane
seed dormancy
40-2August 3rd
2:45 pm
Reproductive biology of pondberry (Lindera melissifolia [Walt] Blume)Ecological SectionPaperDevall, Margaret S., Schiff, Nathan M., Skojac, Stephanie A..Lauraceae
endangered species
Lindera melissifolia
pondberry
reproductive biology
40-3August 3rd
3:00 pm
Comparing the flowering phenologies of a tropical (Viola grahamii) and a temperate violet (Viola striata) (Violaceae)Ecological SectionPaperCortes-Palomec, Aurea C., Ballard, H. E., Brown, Kim J..Viola grahamii
Viola striata
cleistogamy
40-4August 3rd
3:15 pm
Resource Limitation and Patterns of Sex Allocation in Prairie Larkspur, Delphinium virescens.Ecological SectionPaperEmms, 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
Role of bioinoculants and mycorrhizae in sustainable agroforestry systemsEcological SectionPaperSharma, Satyawati, Kashyap, Suman, Vasudevan, Padma.
40-6August 3rd
3:45 pm
Susceptibility of Perennial Grass Species to Ustilago bullata Races from Bromus tectorumEcological SectionPaperClement, Suzette, Nelson, David L., Meyer, Susan E..plant pathology
Ustilago bullata
Bromus tectorum
biocontrol
risk assessment
40-7August 3rd
4:00 pm
Comparing the direct negative and indirect positive effects of a root parasite on Illinois Threatened Savanna Blazing Star growthEcological SectionPaperBell, Timothy.Liatris scariosa
Andropogon gerardii
Pedicularis canadensis
root parasite
threatened
Blazing Star
Wood Betony
Big Bluestem Grass
40-8August 3rd
4:15 pm
Effect of salinty (NaCl) on physical, nutritional and biochemical parameters in citrus root stocks in the presence of mycorrhizal fungiEcological SectionPaperMurkute, Ashutosh A., Sharma, Satyawati, Singh, S. K..Proline
micro- and macro-nutrients
chlorophyll
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
MeetingEcological Section
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
IntroductionThe Convention on Biological Diversity: What is it and why should botanists care?
50-1August 4th
1:15 pm
The CBD for BotanistsThe Convention on Biological Diversity: What is it and why should botanists care?SymposiumDavis, Kate, Williams, China.Convention on Biological Diversity
access to genetic resources
benefit-sharing
50-2August 4th
1:45 pm
The CBD and bioprospecting: Linking drug discovery with sustainable development and conservation in PanamaThe Convention on Biological Diversity: What is it and why should botanists care?SymposiumKursar, Thomas A., Coley, Phyllis.bioprospecting
conservation
sustainable development
August 4th
2:15 pm
BreakThe Convention on Biological Diversity: What is it and why should botanists care?
50-3August 4th
2:30 pm
The CBD and integrative community-based conservation: insights from Ranomafana National Park MadagascarThe Convention on Biological Diversity: What is it and why should botanists care?SymposiumHolmes, Christopher.Madagascar
Ranomafana National Park
Community-based Conservation
50-4August 4th
3:00 pm
Life in the negotiating trenches: Permits, certificates of origin/provenance/source and other things that go bump in the nightThe Convention on Biological Diversity: What is it and why should botanists care?SymposiumHirsch, Leonard P..
August 4th
3:30 pm
DiscussionThe Convention on Biological Diversity: What is it and why should botanists care?

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