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Monday, July 28th

Monday, July 28th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · 182/I K Barber
Session 5: Contributed Papers: Genetics
Presiding: Sang-Hun Oh, Cornell University
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5001July 28th 8:00 amIdentification of an FT paralog as a domestication gene in sunflower
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Genetics SectionPaperBlackman, Benjamin K.; Rasmussen, David R.; Burke, John M.; Knapp, Steve J.; Michaels, Scott D.; Rieseberg, Loren H..domestication
flowering time
FT
candidate gene approach
gene expression
Helianthus
Sunflower
5002July 28th 8:15 amConservation of selection on matK in ferns following an ancient loss of the trnK intron by genome inversion
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Genetics SectionPaperDuffy, Aaron M.; Kelchner, Scot A.; Wolf, Paul G..matK
group II intron
secondary structure
trnK
intron-encoded protein
Fern
5003July 28th 8:30 amClonality and genetic diversity revealed by AFLPs in Schisandra glabra (Schisandraceae), a rare basal angiosperm
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Genetics SectionPaperValente, Matthew J.; Williams, Joseph H..Schisandraceae
Basal Angiosperm
AFLP
Mexican disjunction
clonality
5004July 28th 8:45 amThe long-term effects of polyploidy in Nicotiana: contrasting the fate of nuclear ribosomal loci and single-copy nuclear loci
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Genetics SectionPaperClarkson, James J.; Chase, Mark W.; Leitch, Andrew R.; Knapp, Sandra.polyploid
Nicotiana
diploidisation
phylogenetics
cytogenetics
5005July 28th 9:00 amComparative Analysis of Legume Genome Evolution: Rates and Dates in Low-Copy Genes
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Genetics SectionPaperEgan, Ashley N.; Innes, Roger; Maroof, Saghai; Roe, Bruce; Young, Nevin; Doyle, Jeff J..gene duplication
polyploidy
evolutionary rate
molecular dating
Glycine
5006July 28th 9:15 amToward a systems biology of plant life history variation
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Genetics SectionPaperRemington, David L.; Fogel, Rebecca; Gove, Robert; Rychtar, Jan.systems biology
life history
trait networks
Arabidopsis lyrata
Quantitative trait loci (QTL)
5007July 28th 9:30 amGenetic evidence for intraspecific hybridization among Pyrus calleryana cultivars resulting in invasive populations
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Genetics SectionPaperHardiman, Nicole; Culley, Theresa M..hybridization
invasive
microsatellite DNA
Pyrus calleryana
cultivar
July 28th 9:45 amBreak
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Genetics Section
5008July 28th 10:00 amEcological genomics of species invasions: understanding hybridization and adaptation in yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis) through expressed sequence variation
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Genetics SectionPaperDlugosch, Katrina M; Barker, Michael S.; Lai, Zhao; Rieseberg, Loren H..adaptation
exotic species
weediness
selective sweep
ecological genomics
5009July 28th 10:15 amHigh-resolution mapping of the S-locus in distylous Turnera
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Genetics SectionPaperLabonne, Jonathan; Shore, Joel.Distyly
S-locus
incompatibility
High-resolution map
5010July 28th 10:30 amSegregation distortion and genetic mapping of cannabinoids in an inbred population of Cannabis sativa
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Genetics SectionPaperCraft, KJ; Wenger, Jonathan P; Weiblen, George D.Cannabis
segregation distortion
linkage mapping
microsatellites
5011July 28th 10:45 amHomoploid hybridization in Neillia (Rosaceae): genetic evidence for recombinational speciation
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Genetics SectionPaperOh, Sang-Hun.homoploid hybridization
Neillia
recombination
Rosaceae
5012July 28th 11:00 amEvolutionary genomics of hybridization: Detecting ancient hybridization and introgression by the inference of intrologs in plant genomes
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Genetics SectionPaperBarker, Michael S.; Rieseberg, Loren H..hybridization
introgression
genomics
ESTs
Helianthus
polyploidy
5013July 28th 11:15 amSubfunctionalization of duplicated genes during the evolution of the Arabidopsis lineage
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Genetics SectionPaperLiu, Shao-Lun; Adams, Keith.polyploidy
gene duplication
subfunctionalization
Brassicaceae
5014July 28th 11:30 amB and C class MADS-box Gene Diversity in Gymnosperms
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Genetics SectionPaperWinther, Jennifer; Kramer, Elena M.mads-box
gymnosperms
5015July 28th 11:45 amKNOX-dependent aspects of asymmetric leaves1 shape space
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Genetics SectionPaperHay, Angela; Krieger, Jonathan D.; Galinha, Carla; MacLeod, Norman; Tsiantis, Miltos.Leaf development
Arabidopsis
Geometric morphometrics
Eigenshape analysis
Asymmetric leaves1
KNOTTED1-like homeobox
Monday, July 28th
1:30 pm to 2:45 pm · 182/I K Barber
Session 18: Contributed Papers: Genomics / Proteomics
Presiding: Azad H. Shah, University of the Punjab
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18001July 28th 1:30 pmBoron-binding proteins from wheat
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Genomics / ProteomicsPaperShah, Azad H.; Wimmer, Monika A..Boron-binding
Proteins
wheat
Affinity-chromatography
18002July 28th 1:45 pmExpression Evolution in Genes Duplicated by Recent Polyploidy in Cotton (Gossypium)
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Genomics / ProteomicsPaperFlagel, Lex; Udall, Joshua; Nettleton, Dan; Wendel, Jonathan F..Gossypium
gene expression evolution
microarray
Cotton
polyploidy
18003July 28th 2:00 pmPhylogenomic analysis of the transcriptome reveals different trends in the evolution of tissue-specific gene expression in spruce
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Genomics / ProteomicsPaperAlbouyeh, Rokneddin; Ritland, Kermit.gene expression evolution
18004July 28th 2:15 pmNatural Variation in Gene Expression between Wild & Weedy Populations of Helianthus annuus
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Genomics / ProteomicsPaperLai, Zhao; Kane, Nolan, C; Zou, Yi; Rieseberg, Loren H..local adaptaton
gene expression
weediness
Sunflower
weeds evolution

Tuesday, July 29th

Tuesday, July 29th
11:00 am to 12:30 pm · 182/I K Barber
Session SL2: Special Lecture: Science Education in the 21st Century: Using the tools of science to teach science
Presiding: Carl Wieman, Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative
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SL2001July 29th 11:00 amScience Education in the 21st Century: Using the tools of science to teach science
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Regional Botany Special Lecture - Dr. Carl WiemanSpecial AddressWieman, Carl.Science Education
technology
July 29th 12:00 pmDiscussion
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Regional Botany Special Lecture - Dr. Carl Wieman
Tuesday, July 29th
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · 182/I K Barber
Session S10: Symposium: President's Symposia - Understanding the Crisis in Science Literacy: The BSA is Planting Science in the 21st Century
Presiding: Christopher H. Haufler, University of Kansas
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S10001July 29th 1:30 pmUnderstanding the Crisis in Science Literacy: The BSA is Planting Science in the 21st Century
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President's Symposia - Understanding the Crisis in Science Literacy: The BSA is Planting Science in the 21st CenturySymposiumHaufler, Christopher H..
S10002July 29th 1:40 pmThe Multiple Meanings of Public Understanding: Why Definitions Matter to the Communication of Science
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President's Symposia - Understanding the Crisis in Science Literacy: The BSA is Planting Science in the 21st CenturySymposiumNisbet, Matthew C..science communication
communication research
S10003July 29th 2:25 pmThe science of communication
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President's Symposia - Understanding the Crisis in Science Literacy: The BSA is Planting Science in the 21st CenturySymposiumScheufele, Dietram.science communication
communication research
strategic communication
ethics
S10004July 29th 3:10 pmImproving the Public Understanding of Science
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President's Symposia - Understanding the Crisis in Science Literacy: The BSA is Planting Science in the 21st CenturySymposiumScotchmoor, Judith; Caldwell, Roy; Thanukos, Anna; Allison, Lee; O\'Grady, Richard.education
scientific teaching
literacy
public understanding
scientific method
Science Education
Year of Science
COPUS
S10005July 29th 3:55 pmBotanical literacy: what should people know about plants?
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President's Symposia - Understanding the Crisis in Science Literacy: The BSA is Planting Science in the 21st CenturySymposiumUno, Gordon.literacy
S10006July 29th 4:40 pmHistory 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 CenturySymposiumSundberg, Marshall.Inquiry
mentoring
outreach
PlantingScience
history

Wednesday, July 30th

Wednesday, July 30th
9:00 am to 11:30 am · 182/I K Barber
Session S12: Symposium: Demand for Botanists on Public Lands: Challenges and Solutions
Presiding: Mary K. Byrne, Seeds of Success
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S12001July 30th 9:00 amDemand for Botanists on Federal Lands: Bureau of Land Management is Looking for a Few Good Botanists
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Demand for Botanists on Public Lands: Challenges and SolutionsSymposiumOlwell, Peggy.Bureau of Land Management
Plant Conservation Alliance
Plant conservation
Partnerships
botanical education
S12002July 30th 9:20 amSeeds of Success, a National Native Seed Collection Program Built on Partnerships, In Need of Botanists
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Demand for Botanists on Public Lands: Challenges and SolutionsSymposiumByrne, Mary K..Seeds of Success
seed banking
Plant conservation
Partnerships
Bureau of Land Management
Plant Conservation Alliance
botanical education
S12003July 30th 9:40 amDemand for Botanists on Federal Lands: Partnerships Between Botanic Gardens and Land Management Agencies
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Demand for Botanists on Public Lands: Challenges and SolutionsSymposiumSkogen, Krissa A.; Havens, Kayri.management
Bureau of Land Management
conservation
federal lands
partnership
botanical education
US Fish and Wildlife Service
training
seed banking
restoration
National Park Service
S12004July 30th 10:00 amCanadian and U.S. Trends in Botanical Instruction
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Demand for Botanists on Public Lands: Challenges and SolutionsSymposiumSundberg, Marshall.curriculum
departments
Canada
United States
botany
S12005July 30th 10:20 amHow to engage the next generation of plant enthusiasts.
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Demand for Botanists on Public Lands: Challenges and SolutionsSymposiumRenzaglia, Karen S.; Hemingway, Claire.inquiry-based research
Student research
future botanists
S12006July 30th 10:40 amIíll start walking your way. You start walking mine
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Demand for Botanists on Public Lands: Challenges and SolutionsSymposiumHolsinger, Kent E..
July 30th 11:00 amPanel discussion
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Demand for Botanists on Public Lands: Challenges and Solutions

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