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Sunday, July 28th

Sunday, July 28th
8:30 am to 4:00 pm · Tucson J/Starr Pass
Session M05: Meeting: IAPT Council Meeting
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July 28th 8:30 amIAPT Council Meeting
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IAPT-Wide

Monday, July 29th

Monday, July 29th
8:00 am to 11:45 am · Tucson J/Starr Pass
Session CO01: Colloquium: Species delimitation in polyploid complexes
Presiding: Christoph Oberprieler, ; Bengt Oxelman, University of Gothenburg
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CO01SUMJuly 29th 8:00 amSpecies delimitation in polyploid complexes
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexesColloquiumOberprieler, Christoph; Oxelman, Bengt.polyploidy
species delimitation
coalescent theory
gene trees
species networks
molecular phylogenetics
bioinformatics
CO01001July 29th 8:15 amPrezygotic reproductive barriers in the Achillea millefolium aggregate (Asteraceae): effects of polyploidization on phenology, water relations, and fitness in contrasting environments
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexesColloquiumRamsey, Justin; Ramsey, Tara.polyploidy
adaptation
speciation
ecophysiology
Asteraceae
CO01002July 29th 8:45 amThe biodiversity consequences of whole genome duplication: polyploidy shapes pollinator-mediated assortative mating and herbivore diversity
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexesColloquiumLaport, Robert.polyploidy
speciation
assortative mating
biodiversity
plant-animal interactions
CO01003July 29th 9:00 amSpecies delimitation in the presence of widespread hybridization in Veronica subgenus Pseudolysimachium
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexesColloquiumCan, Levent; Hoepke, Jannes; Kosachev, Petr A.; Albach, Dirk C..genetic structure
species delimitation
Plantaginaceae
Veronica
Ukraine
Russia
Genotyping-by-Sequencing
CO01004July 29th 9:15 amMorphological resemblance is not enough: Zooming in on the polyploid complex V. austriaca - V. orbiculata within the polyploid complex Veronica subsect. Pentasepalae
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexesColloquiumRojas Andres, Blanca M.; López González, Noemí; Bobo Pinilla, Javier; Padilla-Garcia, Nelida; Martinez-Ortega, M. Montserrat.polyploidy
hybridization
species delimitation
SSRs
Veronica subsect. Pentasepalae
July 29th 9:30 amDiscussion
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexes
July 29th 9:45 amBreak
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexes
CO01007July 29th 10:15 amAdvances in Computational Methods for Phylogenetic Networks in the Presence of Hybridization
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexesColloquiumNakhleh, Luay.phylogenetic network
hybridization
incomplete lineage sorting
multispecies coalescent
CO01008July 29th 10:45 amHow long reads sequencing technologies enable reaching a double challenge in polyploid complexes: species delimitation by Target capture from old herbarium specimens
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexesColloquiumCangren, Patrik; Jafari, Farzaneh; Moila, Ntwae; Quatela, Anne-Sophie; Bacon, Christine; Oxelman, Bengt.Polyploid
species delimitation
long read sequencing
Silene sect. Physolychnis
Herbarium Specimens
CO01009July 29th 11:00 amTetra, hexa, octo – dealing with polyploid species in genus Salix L. subg. Chamaetia/Vetrix in times of big data
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexesColloquiumWagner, Natascha; Hörandl, Elvira.polyploidization
Next Generation Sequencing
RADseq
phylogenomics
CO01010July 29th 11:15 amSpecies delimitation in the polyploid complex of the genus Leucanthemum Mill. (ox-eye daysies; Compositae-Anthemideae)
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexesColloquiumOberprieler, Christoph; Lautenschlager, Ulrich; Wagner, Florian; Ott, Tankred; Scheunert, Agnes; Vogt, Robert.species delimitation
polyploidy
Compositae-Anthemideae
Asteraceae
coalescent theory
July 29th 11:30 amDiscussion
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Species delimitation in polyploid complexes
Monday, July 29th
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · Tucson J/Starr Pass
Session CO04: Colloquium: The Evolution of Functional Traits in Plant: Is the Giant Still Sleeping?
Presiding: Chase Mason, University of Central Florida; Juliana Medeiros, The Holden Arboretum
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July 29th 1:30 pmIntroduction
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?
CO04SUMJuly 29th 1:30 pmThe evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumMason, Chase; Medieros, Juliana; Caruso, Christina (Chris).functional traits
evolution
ecology
adaptation
genomic mapping
phylogenetic comparative methods
intraspecific trait variation
resource use strategies
trait integration
microevolution
biotic interactions
belowground traits
demography
paleobotany
crop physiology
macroevolution
ecophysiology
plant architecture
CO04002July 29th 1:45 pmEvolution of photosynthetic limitations: mesophyll conductance in gymnosperms
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumVeromann-Jürgenson, Linda-Liisa; Tosens, Tiina; Brodribb, Timothy J.; Laanisto, Lauri; Niinemets, Ülo.gymnosperm
mesophyll conductance
photosynthetic limitation
CO04003July 29th 2:00 pmNew insights into the evolution of CAM photosynthesis from genomes of Yucca species
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumHeyduk, Karolina; Berry, Kerrie; Daum, Chris; Lipzen, Anna; Grimwood, Jane; Jenkins, Jerry; Plott, Chris; Schmutz, Jeremy; Leebens-Mack, Jim.Whole Genome Sequencing
RNA sequencing
Physiology
photosynthesis
Gene duplication
CO04004July 29th 2:15 pmPhenotypic plasticity and intraspecific trait variation: a test of a not obvious relationship
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumGianoli, Ernesto; Escobedo, Victor.phenotypic plasticity
intraspecific trait variation
functional traits
arid enviroments
CO04005July 29th 2:30 pmLearning from dynamic traits: seasonal shifts inform the origin of ecophysiological trade-offs across scales from macroevolutionary to intra-individual
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumMason, Chase; LaScaleia, Michael; Monroe, J. Grey; Goolsby, Eric.functional traits
Function-Valued Traits
macroevolution
ecophysiology
Plasticity
Intra-Individual Variation
Dynamic Traits
phylogenetic comparative methods
Cornus
CO04006July 29th 2:45 pmBiotic and Abiotic Effects on Belowground Functional Traits in Panicum virgatum
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumMcLachlan, Emily Elizabeth; Jack, Chandra; Petipas, Renee; White III, Richard; Younginger, Brett; Friesen, Maren.Microbiome
functional traits
nitrogen
switchgrass
CO04007July 29th 3:00 pmReframing trait-based population and community ecology and trait-demographic rate analyses to catalyze a synthesis with evolutionary biology
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumSwenson, Nathan; Worthy, Samantha.Functional traits
Demographic Rate
Forest Ecology
July 29th 3:15 pmBreak
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?
CO04009July 29th 3:45 pmAlternative designs and tropical tree seedling growth performance landscapes
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumWorthy, Samantha; Laughlin, Daniel; Zambrano, Jenny; Umaña, María; Zhang, Caicai; Lin, Luxiang; Cao, Min; Swenson, Nathan.Forest Ecology
Demographic Rate
Functional traits
Tropical Biology
CO04010July 29th 4:00 pmKeep expecting the unexpected: leaf midrib anatomy and branch architecture define a surprising functional trade-off within ecologically diverse genus Rhododendron
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumDuong, Fiona; Medeiros, Juliana.Water relations
plant architecture
economics spectrum
CO04011July 29th 4:15 pmGenome duplication impact on secondary metabolite composition in non-cultivated species: A systematic meta-analysis
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumGaynor, Michelle; Lim-Hing, Simone; Mason, Chase.Whole genome duplication
Secondary metabolites
polyploidy
CO04012July 29th 4:30 pmTrends in plant functional traits under elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumSoh, Wuu Kuang; Murray, Michelle; McElwain, Jennifer.Functional traits
Leaf mass per area
Leaf habit
Elevated CO2
Global warming
Ecological strategy
Physiology
CO04013July 29th 4:45 pmTransgressive physiological traits explain broad-scale niche novelty in an allopolyploid fern complex
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?ColloquiumKrieg, Christopher; McCulloh, Kate; Guralnick, Robert; Sessa, Emily.ferns
polyploidy
niche divergence
ecophysiology
July 29th 5:00 pmDiscussion
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The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?

Tuesday, July 30th

Tuesday, July 30th
8:30 am to 11:30 am · Tucson J/Starr Pass
Session CO07: Colloquium: Time to Dig: the importance of underground organs in plant evolution.
Presiding: Cody Coyotee Howard, University of Florida
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CO07001July 30th 8:30 amBelowground plant organs and why we should not keep ignoring them
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionColloquiumKlimesova, Jitka.belowground traits
storage organs
clonal growth organs
bud bearing organs
plant architecture
roots
rhizomes
bulbs
tubers
CO07SUMJuly 30th 8:30 amTime to dig: the importance of underground organs in plant evolution
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionColloquiumHoward, Cody Coyotee.geophytes
underground storage organs
bulb
corm
tuber
rhizome
CO07002July 30th 9:00 amHave geophytic organs contributed to high species diversity in the Northern Hemisphere genus Iris?
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionColloquiumWilson, Carol.bioclimatic regions
biogeography
Iridaceae
plastome
phylogeny
targeted markers
CO07003July 30th 9:15 amDifferential gene expression in tuberous vs. non-tuberous roots of the tropical monocotyledonous geophyte Bomarea multiflora (Alstroemeriaceae)
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionColloquiumTribble, Carrie; Rothfels, Carl; Martinez-Gomez, Jesus; Alzate, Fernando; Specht, Chelsea.monocots
Liliales
geophytes
Root tubers
Transcriptomics
CO07004July 30th 9:30 amThe role of xylopodia in the evolution of Tibouchina s.s. (Melastomataceae)
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionColloquiumJantzen, Johanna; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.Xylopodia
Cerrado
Campos rupestres
Tibouchina
Melastomataceae
July 30th 9:45 amBreak
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolution
CO07006July 30th 10:15 amState of the Spring Beauty Union: Natural groups, species diversity, and a modern taxonomic synthesis
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionColloquiumStoughton, Thomas; Jolles, Diana; O'Quinn, Robin.Claytonia
Montiaceae
hybridization
polyploidy
taxonomy
systematics
iNaturalist
citizen science
species complex
Edaphic evolution
endemism
edaphic
biodiversity
species diversity
geophytes
CO07007July 30th 10:30 amEvolutionary history of storage roots in morning glories
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionColloquiumEserman, Lauren; Leebens-Mack, Jim.underground storage organs
roots
sweetpotato
Transcriptomics
anatomy
phylogenomics
CO07008July 30th 10:45 amFunctional leaf traits predict below-ground biomass in response to drought among morphologically diverse but closely related geophyte species
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionColloquiumMocko, Kerri; Jones, Cynthia.drought
functional traits
photosynthesis
Leaf mass per area
South Africa
Pelargonium
CO07009July 30th 11:00 amThe evolutionary and ecological significance of size in bulbous monocots
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionColloquiumHoward, Cody Coyotee; Cellinese, Nico.geophytes
bulbs
monocots
ecology
evolution
CO07010July 30th 11:15 amOntologies as a framework to clarify Geophyte Terminology
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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionColloquiumHoward, Cody Coyotee; Tribble, Carrie; Martinez-Gomez, Jesus; Males, Jamie; Sosa, Victoria; Sessa, Emily; Specht, Chelsea; Cellinese, Nico.geophytes
Ontologies
Tuesday, July 30th
1:30 pm to 5:00 pm · Tucson J/Starr Pass
Session FT: Contributed Papers: Floristics & Taxonomy
Presiding: Harvey Ballard Jr, Ohio University; Justin Williams, University of Colorado Natural History Museum
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FT001July 30th 1:30 pmDelineating evolutionary species and defining species groups in the Acaulescent Blue violets (Viola Subsection Boreali-Americanae, Violaceae)
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Floristics & TaxonomyPaperBallard Jr, Harvey.Viola
Acaulescent Blue violets
integrative taxonomy
species delimitation
Unified Species concept
new species
FT002July 30th 1:45 pmThe Flora of North America: moving from hard copy to digital information sharing
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Floristics & TaxonomyPaperLevin, Geoffrey; Macklin, James; Morin, Nancy.Floristics
North America
Floras
FT003July 30th 2:00 pmDisparities between biodiversity metrics in prairie communities: implications for ecosystem services and management
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Floristics & TaxonomyPaperLatvis, Maribeth; Herzog, Sarah.biodiversity
phylogenetic diversity
Species Richness
ecosystem services
conservation
Grassland
prairie
functional traits
FT004July 30th 2:15 pmDNA barcoding in the Northern Great Plains: a potential tool for rapid species identification in plant communities under threat
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Floristics & TaxonomyPaperHerzog, Sarah; Latvis, Maribeth.DNA Barcoding
Grassland
prairie
herbaria
Floristics
biodiversity
Land conversion
FT005July 30th 2:30 pmNext generation floristics: Compositae of Uruguay
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Floristics & TaxonomyPaperBonifacino, Mauricio; Marchesi, Eduardo; Valtierra, Victoria; Perez, Camilo; Trujillo, Cristina; Gadea, Federico; Mailhos, Ary; Rossado, Andres; Haretche, Federico; Pedrero, Eugenia.flora
Asteraceae
Scratchpads
FT006July 30th 2:45 pmMorphological Discontinuity in the Clematis reticulata Species Complex (Ranunculaceae: Subgenus Viorna) and its Taxonomic Implications
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Floristics & TaxonomyPaperMurphy, Thomas H.; Estes, L. Dwayne.taxonomy
systematics
morphometrics
species delimitation
multivariate statistics
Clematis
July 30th 3:00 pmBreak
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Floristics & Taxonomy
FT008July 30th 3:45 pmResolving the Taxonomic Synonymy of Phacelia submutica (DeBeque Phacelia) Using Nuclear and Chloroplast Sequences: Implications for Rare Plant Management
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Floristics & TaxonomyPaperAnderson, Brandee; McGlaughlin, Mitchell.taxonomy
phylogeny
conservation
rare plants
FT009July 30th 4:00 pmThe Vascular Flora of Beaver County, Oklahoma
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Floristics & TaxonomyPaperStarzak, Nikolai.flora
Great Plains
High Plains
FT010July 30th 4:15 pmGrasses of North America and Mexico
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Floristics & TaxonomyPaperBillings, Garrett; Sanchez-Ken, J. Gabriel; Barkworth, Mary; Long, Sandy.
FT011July 30th 4:30 pmPiecewise Regression Analysis of Herbarium Specimens: Finding a Breakpoint for the Botanist Effect
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Floristics & TaxonomyPaperWilliams, Justin Kirk.ascertainment bias
botanist effect
FT012July 30th 4:45 pmSystematic and Diversity of Legumes of Uttar Pradesh, India
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Floristics & TaxonomyPaperPandey, Vashist; Pandey, V.S..functional diversity
Legumes
systematics
Tuesday, July 30th
5:30 pm to 6:15 pm · Tucson J/Starr Pass
Session M31: Meeting: ASPT/Systematics Section Business Meeting
Presiding: Mark Fishbein, Oklahoma State University
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July 30th 5:30 pmASPT/Systematics Section Business Meeting
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Systematics

Wednesday, July 31st

Wednesday, July 31st
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Tucson J/Starr Pass
Session SYMB1: Contributed Papers: Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe Interactions
Presiding: Dana Carper, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Paul Marino, Memorial University
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SYMB1001July 31st 8:00 amRhizosphere microbiome disturbance due to seasonal monsoons and consequences for microbial mediated reproductive plant traits in the Sonoran Desert
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperDickey, Jonathan.Rhizosphere Microbiome
Evolutionary Ecology
Plant-Soil Feedbacks
Molecular Ecology
community ecology
SYMB1002July 31st 8:15 amReproductive ecology of Asclepias curassavica in Los Angeles
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperTheiss, Kathryn; Aranda, Ashley; Lara, Magdalena; Martinez, Sydney; Tafoya, Diana; Kram, Karin.
SYMB1003July 31st 8:30 amThe Role Dark Septate Endophytes Play in the Success of Tamarix spp
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperSchuessler, Alexandra; Gehring, Catherine; Hull, Julia; Deckert, Ron.Tamarisk
Dark Septate Endophyte
Association 
Invase plant species
SYMB1004July 31st 8:45 amEndohyphal bacteria modulate saprotrophy by endophytic fungi in vitro and under field conditions
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperArnold, A. Elizabeth; Gallery, Rachel; Baltrus, David.
SYMB1005July 31st 9:00 amCharacterizing a tripartite plant–fungus–bacteria symbiosis of a peatland ecosystem
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperLawrence, Travis; Weston, David J.; Carrell, Alyssa; Gable, Megan; Schmutz, Jeremy; Healey, Adam; Grimwood, Jane; Northen, Trent R.; Louie, Katherine; Anderton, Christopher; Velickovic, Dusan; Chu, Rosey; Pasa-Tolic, Ljiljana; Orr, Galya; Mitchell, Hugh; Markillie, Lye Meng.symbiosis
Sphagnum
fungi
Cyanobacteria
SYMB1006July 31st 9:15 amFungal and bacterial symbionts are common components of the pine seed microbiome
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperDeckert, Ron J; Gehring, Catherine; Patterson, Adair.Seed endophyte
Endophyte transmission
Reticulate transmission
Pinus endophyte
Seed-borne ectomycorrhizal fungi
Seed microbiome
SYMB1007July 31st 9:30 amA synthetic community approach to understanding the Poplar microbiome
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperCarper, Dana; Weston, David J.; Jawdy, Sara S.; Burdick, Leah H.; Pelletier, Dale A..Rhizosphere
Poplar
Microbiome
July 31st 9:45 amBreak
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SYMB1009July 31st 10:15 amAre the pollen-like clumps of spores in Splachnaceae mosses an important visual signal in attracting spore-dispersing flies?
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperMarino, Paul; Piercey, Brandon.visual signaling
Splachnaceae mosses
pollen mimicry
SYMB1010July 31st 10:30 amAntifungal effects of leaf Extracts of three Plant Species against Colletotricum musae the Causal agent of Anthracnose Postharvest Disease of Banana fruit
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperAdebola, Matthew Omoniyi; Ibrahim, Rashidat Ozohu.Anthracnose
Postharrvest
Colletotricum
Extract
Antifungal
SYMB1011July 31st 10:45 amInterspecific variation in relative mycorrhizal responsiveness: an Asclepias case study
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperDuell, Eric; Baskin, Bailey; Fishbein, Mark; Wilson, Gail.Asclepias
mycorrhizae
responsiveness
SYMB1012July 31st 11:00 amWhen animal mutualists go bad: Repeated breakdown of a specialized pollination mutualism in leafflowers (Phyllanthaceae: Phyllanthus s. l.)
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperHembry, David; Luo, Shi-Xiao; Liu, Tingting; Wang, Ziwei; Wu, Youheng; Duarte, Jesse; Fowler, Joshua; Whiteman, Noah; Dlugosch, Katrina.mutualism
symbiosis
parasitism
Malpighiales
brood pollination
macroevolution
SYMB1013July 31st 11:15 amTropical pitcher plants (Nepenthes) as an ecological filter
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperGilbert, Kadeem; Bittleston, Leonora; Tong, Wenfei; Pierce, Naomi.pitcher plants
carnivorous plants
biotic interactions
Microbes
SYMB1014July 31st 11:30 amInsights from ecological studies, comparative phylogeography and species distribution modeling into the past and the future of an obligate plant-insect symbiosis
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperPiatscheck, Finn; Nason, John.mutualism
phylogeography
climate change
Ficus
Species Distribution Models
SYMB1015July 31st 11:45 amBiomonitoring with environmental DNA: Oak trees, forest fire, and the impact of fire in the Holocene
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPaperBeraut, Eric; Martinez, Lisa; Sork, Victoria; Meyer, Rachel.
Wednesday, July 31st
2:00 pm to 5:30 pm · Tucson J/Starr Pass
Session CO13: Colloquium: Floristics in North America
Presiding: Neil Snow, Pittsburg State University
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CO13SUM001July 31st 2:00 pmFloristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunities
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Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesColloquiumSnow, Neil.Floristics
North America
Opportunities
Priorities
student projects
CO13002July 31st 2:15 pmBiodiversity of the Canadian Arctic flora: New floristic discoveries represent critical baseline biodiversity data
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Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesColloquiumGillespie, Lynn; Saarela, Jeffery; McMullin, Troy; Sokoloff, Paul; Bull, Roger.Arctic
flora
vascular plants
Lichens
Floristics
CO13003July 31st 2:30 pmNovel Methods for Conducting Biotic Inventories: Digitizing and Publishing Floristic Research within SEINet and other Symbiota Data Portals
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Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesColloquiumGilbert, Edward; Franz, Nico.biodiversity
Floristic Inventory
SEINet
Symbiota
Humboldt Core
vouchers
specimen duplicates
Darwin Core Archives
Pensoft
CO13004July 31st 2:45 pmThe full story on plant biodiversity: Botanical collections and quantitative ecological data richly complement each other
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Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesColloquiumAlba, Christina; Levy, Richard; Islam, Melissa; Hufft, Rebecca.Species Richness
Species Abundance
CO13005July 31st 3:00 pmTexas Floristics in the 21st Century: From Documentation to Conservation
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Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesColloquiumTaylor, Kim.Floristics
conservation
Texas
July 31st 3:15 pmBreak
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CO13007July 31st 3:45 pmFloristics as a foundation for training students broadly in plant and fungal diversity
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Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesColloquiumSnow, Neil; Lendemer, James.Floristics
fungi
lichenized fungi
vascular plants
broad training in systematics
CO13008July 31st 4:15 pmThe Reluctant Floristician: Supporting a Herbarium at an R1 Institution via Contract Floristic Work
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Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesColloquiumZomlefer, Wendy; Giannasi, David.Floristics
plant survey
vouchers
CO13009July 31st 4:30 pmDigital North American Floristics at Your Fingertips
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Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesColloquiumKartesz, John.
CO13010July 31st 5:00 pmFloristics, the Specialist Network, and the (Un)Informed Consumer
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Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesColloquiumErtter, Barbara.Floristics
annotations
informed consumers
specialist network
Agricultural College Land Act
datasets
July 31st 5:15 pmDiscussion
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Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunities

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