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A Century Of Wood Anatomy and 75 Years Of IAWA
A tribute to Lawrence R. Blinks: Ions, light, and algae
Botanical Cyberinfrastructure: Issues, Challenges, Opportunities, and Initiatives
Bringing Together the Living and Dead: Integrating Extant and Fossil Biodiversity in Evolutionary Studies
Deep Time Colloquium
Ecological Responses of Bryophytes to Changing Climate
Ecology and Floristics in Northern California - Current Knowledge and Unexplored Realms
Flora of North America: Synergy with other Botanical Projects
Human Transformation of California: Botany, History, and Sociology
Hybridization as a Stimulus for the Evolution of Invasiveness in Plants
Land Plant Evolution: Phylogenetics and Beyond
Lichens as Bioindicators of Air Quality
New Advances in Fern Ecology
Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics Era
Plenary Symposium: New Directions in Molecular and Organismal Botany
The Comparative - Phylogenetic Method of Reconstructing Evolutionary History
The Evolution of Ericales: Recent Insights using both Morphology and Molecules

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Saturday, July 29th

Saturday, July 29th
4:15 pm to 5:15 pm · Auditorium/Laxson
Session F-KEY: Forum Keynote Address: Communicating an Awareness of Plants Through Science and Art.
Presiding: Claire Hemingway, Botanical Society of America
F-KEY-1July 29th
4:15 pm
Auditorium/LaxsonCommunicating an Awareness of Plants Through Science and Art
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Special AddressHangarter, Roger.plants and their environment
plants in motion
photography
educational resource

Sunday, July 30th

Sunday, July 30th
7:30 pm to 8:30 pm · Auditorium/Laxson
Plenary Address: The Lessons of History: A Historian Reflects on 100 Years of American Botany.
Presiding: Vassiliki Betty Smocovitis, University of Florida
July 30th
7:30 pm
Auditorium/LaxsonThe Lessons of History: A Historian Reflects on 100 Years of American Botany
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Special AddressSmocovitis, Vassiliki Betty.

Tuesday, August 1st

Tuesday, August 1st
10:15 am to 11:15 am · 201/Ayres
Session 45: Special Lecture: Regional Botany Special Lecture
Presiding: Donald Davidson, Mojave National Preserve
45-1August 1st
10:15 am
201/AyresTraveling Artist Wildflower Project: How Art Supports Native Plant Resource Interpretation And Preservation
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Special AddressDavidson, Donald.illustrations
watercolor
artist
Tuesday, August 1st
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm · 108/Tehama
Special Lecture: Annals of Botany Lecture Lost in Phenotypic Space: Why Do Living Organisms Look the Way They Do?
Presiding: Unknown,
August 1st
2:00 pm
108/TehamaLost in Phenotypic Space: Why Do Living Organisms Look the Way They Do?
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Special AddressPigliucci, Massimo.phenotypic plasticity
phenotypic space
genetic architecture

Wednesday, August 2nd

Wednesday, August 2nd
8:15 pm to 8:45 am · Lawn/Kendall Hall
Special Lecture: Address of the BSA President-Elect
Presiding: Christopher H. Haufler, University of Kansas
August 2nd
8:15 pm
Lawn/Kendall HallA Century of "Botanical Opportunity:" Building on the Past, Providing for the Future
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Special AddressHaufler, Christopher H..

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