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Presentations for Session 69

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Wednesday, August 2nd
8:30 am to 4:45 pm · 170/Holt
Session 69: Symposium: Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics Era
Presiding: William Crepet, Cornell University
August 2nd
8:30 am
Introduction
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1August 2nd
8:45 am
Floral structure and evolution - what can palaeobotanists and neobotanists learn from each other?
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Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics EraSymposiumEndress, Peter K..Floral structure
floral evolution
Floral development
Fossil Flowers
Floral architecture
2August 2nd
9:15 am
Fossil record of growth regulation and the evolution of modern plant structure
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Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics EraSymposiumRothwell, Gar W., Sanders, Heather, Wyatt, Sarah, Lev-Yadun, Simcha.fossil wood
polar auxin
stelar evolution
wood regulation
August 2nd
9:45 am
Break
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3August 2nd
10:15 am
Plant ecology in deep time
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Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics EraSymposiumDiMichele, William A..Paleoecology
deep time
evolution
4August 2nd
10:45 am
Fossils: A source of ground truth in phylogeography.
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Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics EraSymposiumTiffney, Bruce H..Paleobotany
phylogeography
biogeography
Tertiary
Angiosperm
5August 2nd
11:15 am
Mosaic evolution: a view from the fossil record of Paleozoic and Mesozoic seed plants
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Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics EraSymposiumTaylor, Edith L., Taylor, Thomas N..seed plant phylogeny
fossil mosaics
Antarctica
Triassic
Permian
pteridosperms
August 2nd
11:45 am
Discussion
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August 2nd
12:00 pm
Break
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6August 2nd
1:30 pm
Hide and go seek: What does presence mean in the fossil record?
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Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics EraSymposiumBurnham, Robyn.invasive species
Pioneer species
Migration rates
7August 2nd
2:00 pm
The land of molecular Oz: Armchair paleobotany and molecular clocks
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Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics EraSymposiumNixon, Kevin.Paleobotany
molecular clock
fossils
cladistics
Phylogenetics
calibration
8August 2nd
2:30 pm
Contributions of fossil taxa to understanding morphological character evolution
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Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics EraSymposiumHermsen, E. J., Hendricks, J. R..fossil
character evolution
minimum age
phylogeny
mosaic taxa
synapomorphy
August 2nd
3:00 pm
Break
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9August 2nd
3:30 pm
How to choose a fossil as a calibration point
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Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics EraSymposiumGandolfo, Maria.fossils
calibrating points
molecular clock
10August 2nd
4:00 pm
Fossil Evidence: Requiem or Renaissance?
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Paleobotany in the Post-Genomics EraSymposiumCrepet, William.fossil record
Phylogenetics
Genomics
molecular clock
August 2nd
4:30 pm
Discussion
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