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Abstracts accepted for both oral presentations and posters. Abstracts should be limited to 300 words.

Oral presentations to be 15 minutes in length. Poster should fit on a 4'x4' poster board.
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Botany & Mycology 2009 Plenary Speaker

Nancy Turner

Bringing the Food Back Home: Plants, Algae, Lichens and Fungi in the Food Traditions of Indigenous Cascadia

"My speciality is ethnobotany ... Much of my work is field-oriented, interviewing knowledgeable elders of Aboriginal communities in many parts of British Columbia, to document traditional uses, names, and perceptions of plants. Analyzing these data and comparing information from different regions and cultural groups has been a major focus of my research."

Read synopsis here

Plan now to attend her presentation - Sunday, July 26th - 7:30 pm


Botany & Mycology 2009 Karling Lecture

Ken Wolfe

Comparative genomics and the aftermath of ancient polyploidization

"Comparing genome sequences from multiple species at a range of evolutionary depths allows us to learn a lot about how genomes and species evolve. My work focuses on genome evolution in yeast species, where we can compare some species whose ancestor underwent an ancient whole-genome duplication, to other species that were not duplicated."

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Plan now to attend his presentation - Monday, July 27th


Botany & Mycology 2009 Regional Botany Special Lecture

Noel H. Holmgren

Seven Decades of Research on the Botany of the Intermountain West

Plan now to attend his presentation - Monday, July 27th

 

 

 


 

Botany & Mycology 2009 Annals of Botany Special Lecture

Stephen Hubbell

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For additional information or questions, please contact:
Johanne Stogran
Botanical Society of America
(740) 927-8501
E-mail: johanne@botany.org

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