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Wednesday, August 2nd

Wednesday, August 2nd
8:00 am to 11:45 am · 268/Holt
Session 67: Symposium: Hybridization as a Stimulus for the Evolution of Invasiveness in Plants
Presiding: Debra Ayres, University of California, Davis
67-1August 2nd
8:00 am
268/HoltSix years of surprises after the publication of Hybridization as a stimulus for the evolution of invasiveness in plants?
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SymposiumEllstrand, Norman.hybridization
Weediness
Invasiveness
evolution
67-2August 2nd
8:45 am
268/HoltCrop-weed hybrids with enhanced fitness: causes and consequences for weed populations
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SymposiumSnow, Allison, Campbell, Lesley G., Pilson, Diana, Alexander, Helen, Moody-Weis, Jennifer, Ridley, Caroline.crop-weed hybrid
introgression
fitness
population dynamics
Invasiveness
wild sunflower
wild radish
67-3August 2nd
9:15 am
268/HoltHybridization and polyploidy: Lessons from the invasive allopolyploid Spartina anglica.
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SymposiumAinouche, Malika L..allopolyploidy
Genome Evolution
Spartina
August 2nd
9:45 am
268/HoltBreak
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67-4August 2nd
10:00 am
268/HoltHybridization as a Stimulus for the Evolution of Invasiveness in Spartina alterniflora x foliosa Hybrids
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SymposiumAyres, Debra, Strong, Donald.cordgrass
introgression
self-compatibility
67-5August 2nd
10:30 am
268/HoltNovel hybrids produced since the introduction of saltcedar and the influence of garden plantings on nearby invasions
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SymposiumGaskin, John, Kazmer, David, Shafroth, Patrick.Tamarix
saltcedar
invasive
67-6August 2nd
11:00 am
268/HoltHybridization, the introgression of herbivore resistance, and southward range expansion in the wild sunflower Helianthus annuus
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SymposiumWhitney, Kenneth D, Randell, Rebecca A, Rieseberg, Loren H..herbivory
hybridization
range expansion
seed predation
natural selection
adaptive introgression
67-7August 2nd
11:30 am
268/HoltThe role of intraspecific hybridization in the evolution of invasiveness in the ornamental pear tree, Pyrus calleryana (Rosaceae)
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SymposiumCulley, Theresa M., Hardiman, Nicole.population genetics
microsatellite
Self-incompatibility
ornamental pear
Pyrus calleryana
intraspecific hybridization

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