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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
920Habitat-adapted symbiosis: how plants achieve stress tolerance
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherRedman, Regina; Rodriguez, Rusty.Symbiosis
Endophyte
stress tolerance
adaptation
plant-microbe interaction
838Habitat Requirements of Aquilegia chrysantha
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Conservation BiologyKonrad, Anke; Milligan, Brook G..Aquilegia chrysantha
habitat model
GLM
GAM
habitat suitability
116Habitat Specificity, Life Histories, and Physiology of Rare and Common Dudleya taxa of the Santa Monica Mountains, USA
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Ecological SectionDorsey, Ann.Dudleya
rare plants
life history
245Haplotype diversity and reticulate evolution in Packera (Asteraceae: Senecioneae)
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Phylogeography of northern North America with insights from paleontological, geological, and molecular dataBain, John F.Packera
phylogeography
chloroplast DNA
hybridization
198Haploxylon pines from the Mid-Pliocene Citronelle Formation
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Paleobotanical SectionStults, Debra; Axsmith, Brian; Liu, (Christopher) Yusheng.Citronelle Formation
Haploxylon pines
Biogeographical disjunct
191Height-Associated Variation in Sequoia sempervirens (Coast Redwood) Leaf Anatomy: Potential Impacts on Whole-Tree Carbon Balance
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Developmental and Structural SectionOldham, Alana; Sillett, Stephen; Koch, George.Sequoia sempervirens
anatomical variation
carbon balance
tree height
leaf hydraulics
leaf anatomy
transfusion tissue
911Helping Students use a HOT Skills Wheel to enhance Higher Order Thinking on Botany (and other science) Topics
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Conference WideShipman, J. S..HOT Skills Wheel
173Herbivore damage and saline stress tolerance in the Gulf of St. Lawrence Aster
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Stress ToleranceAncheta, Justin; Heard, Steve.salinity
herbivores
Tolerance
Endemic
871Herbivory chlorophyll and phenol levels of northern red oak leaves under partial harvest treatments
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Ecology / Ecologie (CBA/ABC)Diebolt, Tara; Nosko, Peter; Dech, J.P..Quercus rubra
herbivory
partial harvest
phenols
chemical defense
natural regeneration
472High-resolution mapping of the S-locus in distylous Turnera
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Genetics SectionLabonne, Jonathan; Shore, Joel.Distyly
S-locus
incompatibility
High-resolution map
132Historical evidence for a pre-Columbian presence of Datura in the Old World and implications of a first millennium transfer from the New World
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Economic Botany: EthnobotanyGeeta, R; Gharaibeh, Waleed.
927History and evolution of the BSA initiative, plantingscience.org
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President's Symposia - Understanding the Crisis in Science Literacy: The BSA is Planting Science in the 21st CenturySundberg, Marshall.Inquiry
mentoring
outreach
PlantingScience
history
675Homoploid hybridization in Neillia (Rosaceae): genetic evidence for recombinational speciation
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Genetics SectionOh, Sang-Hun.homoploid hybridization
Neillia
recombination
Rosaceae
373Host preference in leafy mistletoe, Phoradendron serotinum (Santalaceae)
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Systematics/Phytogeography / Taxonomie/ SectionRandle, Christopher P.; Williams, Justin; Lee, Stephen M.; Zychowski, Gregory V.; Reid, Ryan L..Santalaceae
parasitic plants
mistletoe
Phoradendron serotinum
334How does hybridization influence the decision making process in conservation? The genus Orchis (Orchidaceae) as a case history
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Conservation BiologyFay, Michael F.; Smith, Rhian J.; Bateman, Richard M..ITS
Orchidaceae
AFLP
introgression
hybridization
641How do newly-emerged specialist bees recognize their host flowers?
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Pollination BiologyDobson, Heidi.oligolectic bees
flower selection
551How I learned to do botanical research in the tropics.
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The Future of International Botanical Research: possibilities and strategies for your International collaborations and research, especially in developing nationsLee, David.West Africa
south-central Asia
tropical Asia
Central American tropics
international funding
international botanical funding
International collecting rules
837How severe are bottlenecks during climate-driven range expansions?
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Phylogeography of northern North America with insights from paleontological, geological, and molecular dataMcLachlan, Jason S.; Manos, Paul S.; Clark, James S.; Oh, Sang-Hun.phylogeography
bottleneck
eastern hardwoods
Glacial Refuge
556How to access United Nations and some other sourced international botanical information
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The Future of International Botanical Research: possibilities and strategies for your International collaborations and research, especially in developing nationsThorhaug, Anitra.United Nations botanical information
UNDP
UNESCO
UNEP
World Bank
OAS
World Resources Institute
Asian Development Bank
BSA website
International outreach
1079How to engage the next generation of plant enthusiasts.
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Demand for Botanists on Public Lands: Challenges and SolutionsRenzaglia, Karen S.; Hemingway, Claire.inquiry-based research
Student research
future botanists
975Human Visual Perception, Learning, and the Future of Botany Teaching
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The Future of Botany TeachingWandersee, James; Clary, Renee.futurism
theory of visual fields
visual perception of plants
alternative conceptions research
BIO 2010
plant blindness theory
885Hybrid fitness in Louisiana Iris
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Molecular Ecology and EvolutionTaylor, S.J.; Martin, Noland H.; Arnold, Michael.hybridization
300Hybridization in New Zealand Hoheria (Malvaceae) and its evolutionary and ecological significance
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Systematics/Phytogeography / Taxonomie/ SectionWagstaff, Steven J.; Heenan, Peter B.; Molloy, Brian P. J.; Tate, Jennifer A.; deLange, Peter J..Insular floras
hybridization
Hoheria
long-distance dispersal
phylogenetic analysis
Malvaceae
New Zealand
1155Hybrid or Species: Unraveling the Taxonomic Status of Murdannia discreta (Commelinaceae), a Rare Plant from Thailand
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Recent Topics PostersLiao, Irene; Faden, Robert B..Murdannia
Commelinaceae
hybrids
Speciation
124Hybrid status of the Nanjing Beauty cultivar of Taxodium distichum (L.) Rich var. distichum x var. mexicanum Gordon
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Economic Botany SectionWebb, Kaylie; Pratt, Donald B..Taxodium distichum
ISSR
830Hydatellaceae are water lilies with gymnospermous tendencies
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Developmental and Structural SectionFriedman, William E..Hydatellaceae
female gametophyte
endosperm
evo-devo
perisperm
Nymphaeales
587Hymenostegia sensu lato (Leguminosae: Detarieae): What lurks beneath?
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Systematics/Phytogeography / Taxonomie/ SectionMackinder, Barbara; Wieringa, Jan; Banks, Hannah; ODonnell, Katherine.Hymenostegia
Talbotiella
Generic delimitation
Tropical Africa

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