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Tuesday, July 29th

Tuesday, July 29th
9:00 am to 11:15 am · 178/Law
Session S7: Special Lecture: Tropical Biodiversity and Food Security
Presiding: SJ Murch, UBC Okanagan
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S7001July 29th 9:00 amTropical Biodiversity and Food Security
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Tropical Biodiversity and Food SecuritySymposiumTavana, G.food security
S7002July 29th 9:15 amBreadfruit: Exploring the Global Potential of a Traditional Pacific Crop for Food Security, Agroforestry and Sustainable Agriculture
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Tropical Biodiversity and Food SecuritySymposiumRagone, Diane.breadfruit
crop diversity
food security
S7003July 29th 9:45 amConservation Genetics of Breadfruit, Artocarpus altilis
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Tropical Biodiversity and Food SecuritySymposiumZerega, Nyree, J.C..breadfruit
microsatellites
S7004July 29th 10:30 amIn Vitro conservation and International distribution of breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis, Moracea)
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Tropical Biodiversity and Food SecuritySymposiumJones, AMP; Murch, SJ; Saxena, PK.
S7005July 29th 10:45 amThe contributions of genetic and crop diversity in the food security and livelihood equations of poor farmers in Ethiopia: a case of Eragrostis tef, Sorghum bicolor and Ensete ventricosum
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Tropical Biodiversity and Food SecuritySymposiumBekele, Endashaw; Birmeta, G.
S7006July 29th 11:00 amThe role of neglected and underutilized species in providing food security
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Tropical Biodiversity and Food SecuritySymposiumEngels, Johannes M.M.; Bordoni, Paul.food security
Biodiversity
underutilized species
Tuesday, July 29th
1:30 pm to 5:00 pm · 178/Law
Session S9: Special Lecture: Bryophytes and Lichens of North America: Diversity, Function and Importance
Presiding: Katherine Frego, University of New Brunswick, Saint John campus; Arthur, L. Fredeen, University of Northern British Columbia
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July 29th 1:30 pmIntroduction
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Bryophytes and Lichens of North America: Diversity, Function and Importance
S9001July 29th 1:40 pmDocumenting and creating a flora of the epiphytic crustose lichens of British Columbia
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Bryophytes and Lichens of North America: Diversity, Function and ImportanceSymposiumBjork, Curtis.
S9002July 29th 2:00 pmExpanding the realized niche for cyanolichens in wet-temperate forests of interior British Columbia
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Bryophytes and Lichens of North America: Diversity, Function and ImportanceSymposiumCampbell, Jocelyn; Bradfield, Gary, E.; Prescott, Cindy, E.; Fredeen, Arthur, L..cyanolichen
poplar
facilitation
sub boreal spruce forest
S9003July 29th 2:20 pmMapping the characteristics of air pollutant deposition patterns using epiphytic lichens as bioindicators in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region of northeastern Alberta
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Bryophytes and Lichens of North America: Diversity, Function and ImportanceSymposiumBerryman, Shanti.Biomonitoring
lichens
air pollution
bioindicators
S9004July 29th 2:40 pmThe effect of ecological forest gradients on macrolichens and bryophytes on coarse woody debris in central BC
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Bryophytes and Lichens of North America: Diversity, Function and ImportanceSymposiumBotting, Rachel; DeLong, Craig.lichens
bryophytes
sub boreal spruce forest
coarse woody debris
patch size
time since isoloation
S9005July 29th 3:30 pmChanging lichen and bryophyte abundance in dry pine ecosystems of west-central British Columbia
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Bryophytes and Lichens of North America: Diversity, Function and ImportanceSymposiumHaeussler, Sybille; Williston, Patrick; Cichowski, Debbie.
S9006July 29th 3:50 pmBryophytes on the Clay Belt: impacts on ecosystem function
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Bryophytes and Lichens of North America: Diversity, Function and ImportanceSymposiumFenton, Nicole; Bergeron, Yves.mosses
Sphagnum
community structure
ecosystem processes
boreal forest
forest management
S9007July 29th 4:10 pmSafe inside? Tree islands to conserve bryophytes in the Acadian Forest
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Bryophytes and Lichens of North America: Diversity, Function and ImportanceSymposiumFrego, Katherine; Pokorski, Mark; Mudge, Joseph.Bryophyte
conservation
forest management
variable retention harvest
S9008July 29th 4:30 pmBryophyte-substrate associations in the Acadian Forest of southern New Brunswick
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Bryophytes and Lichens of North America: Diversity, Function and ImportanceSymposiumMathieson, Krystal; Frego, Katherine.bryophytes
substrates
bryophyte-substrate associations
conservation
Biodiversity
coarse woody debris
July 29th 4:50 pmConcluding Remarks
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Bryophytes and Lichens of North America: Diversity, Function and Importance

Wednesday, July 30th

Wednesday, July 30th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · 178/Law
Session S11: Special Lecture: The Future of Botanical Research: Possible Strategies for your International Collaborations and Research , Especially in Developing Nations.
Presiding: Anitra Thorhaug, Yale University
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S11001July 30th 8:00 amThe Future of Botanical Research: Possible Strategies for your International Collaborations and Research , Especially in Developing Nations.
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The Future of International Botanical Research: possibilities and strategies for your International collaborations and research, especially in developing nationsSymposiumThorhaug, Anitra; Peterson, Larry.International outreach
future of botany
international botanical education
international botanical funding
United Nations botanical information
S11002July 30th 8:30 amHow 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 nationsSymposiumLee, David.West Africa
south-central Asia
tropical Asia
Central American tropics
international funding
international botanical funding
International collecting rules
S11003July 30th 9:00 amInternational Collecting of Botanical Research Materials in the 21st Century
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The Future of International Botanical Research: possibilities and strategies for your International collaborations and research, especially in developing nationsSymposiumStevenson, Dennis Wm..import regulations
CITES
Convention Biological Diversity
phytosanitary regulations
July 30th 9:30 amBreak
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The Future of International Botanical Research: possibilities and strategies for your International collaborations and research, especially in developing nations
S11004July 30th 9:45 amInternational Funding Opportunities at NSF
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The Future of International Botanical Research: possibilities and strategies for your International collaborations and research, especially in developing nationsSymposiumMc Court, Richard.NSF International Programs
International facilities
international funding
multinational programs
Pan American Programs
S11005July 30th 10:15 amSo you need to publish a paper from your international research--process and pitfalls
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The Future of International Botanical Research: possibilities and strategies for your International collaborations and research, especially in developing nationsSymposiumPeterson, Larry.Publication
International journals
pitfalls of publication
primary international literature
S11006July 30th 10:45 amHow 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 nationsSymposiumThorhaug, Anitra.United Nations botanical information
UNDP
UNESCO
UNEP
World Bank
OAS
World Resources Institute
Asian Development Bank
BSA website
International outreach
July 30th 11:15 amDiscussion
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The Future of International Botanical Research: possibilities and strategies for your International collaborations and research, especially in developing nations
Wednesday, July 30th
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · 178/Law
Session S13: Special Lecture: Plants and Fungi--Growing together
Presiding: Darlene Southworth, Southern Oregon University; Hugues Massicotte, University of Northern British Columbia
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S13001July 30th 1:30 pmPlants and Fungi--Growing together. BSA-CBA Joint symposium
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherSymposiumSouthworth, Darlene; Massicotte, Hugues.Fungi
mycoheterotrophy
mutualism
S13002July 30th 1:45 pmMycorrhizas: structural characteristics of the plant-fungus interface
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherSymposiumPeterson, Larry.mycorrhizas
nutrient-exchange
plant-microbe interaction
cell biology
S13003July 30th 2:15 pmFungal endophytes: a driving force in land plant evolution
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherSymposiumTaylor, Thomas N.; Krings, Michael.Endophyte
Fossil
Symbiosis
mutualism
Rhynie chert
S13004July 30th 2:45 pmHabitat-adapted symbiosis: how plants achieve stress tolerance
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherSymposiumRedman, Regina; Rodriguez, Rusty.Symbiosis
Endophyte
stress tolerance
adaptation
plant-microbe interaction
July 30th 3:15 pmBreak
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Plants and fungi--growing together
S13005July 30th 3:45 pmMycorrhizal networks and seedling establishment: a matter of life or death
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherSymposiumSimard, Suzanne W..Ectomycorrhizae
network
climate change
species distribution
Douglas-fir
carbon transfer
seedling recruitment
S13006July 30th 4:15 pmSymbiotic modulation: a mechanism for plant distribution patterns
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherSymposiumRodriguez, Rusty; Redman, Regina.Symbiosis
species distribution
plant-microbe interaction
plasticity
Environment gradient
stress tolerance
S13007July 30th 4:45 pmChallenging the (botany) rules: mycoheterotrophy and mixotrophy as plant strategies
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherSymposiumMassicotte, Hugues.Monotropoid
Pyroloid
mycorrhizas
mycoheterotrophy
mixotrophy
July 30th 5:15 pmDiscussion
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Plants and fungi--growing together

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