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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
338Identification of Peach Rootstock Clones and Seedlings using Microsatellite (SSR) Markers
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Genetics SectionLiu, Xiaoyu; Reighard, Gregory; Swire-Clark, Ginger; Fan, Shenghua; Zhebentyayeva, Tetyana; Abbott, Albert; Baird, Wm. Vance.Peach
Guardian 3-17-7
Kakamas
Lovell
Nemaguard
Nemared
Simple Sequence Repeats
rootstocks
823Identifying North American sedges (Carex & Kobresia, Cyperaceae) via DNA barcodes: a regional approach
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Systematics SectionChouinard, Brianna N; Starr, Julian R.; Naczi, Robert F C; Saarela, Jeffery M..Carex
Kobresia
Cyperaceae
Cariceae
DNA Barcoding
matK
565Illicium (Illiciaceae) systematics: current knowledge and future directions
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Systematics SectionMorris, Ashley B.. Illicium
Caribbean biogeography
ENA / EAS disjunction
Illicium parviflorum
molecular systematics
ISSR
Microsatellites
36Image Quiz: Teaching plant ID on the computer and with games
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Conference WideKirchoff, Bruce K..
1229Impact of garlic mustard invasion on plant community structure in coniferous and hardwood forests of Virginia
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Recent Topics PostersAlerding, Anne B..Alliaria petiolata
garlic mustard
Invasion
forest understory
281Importance of characterizing mesohabitats and quantifying microhabitats: the case of Sierra de Neiba, Dominican Republic
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Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSPerez, Mervin; Sastre De Jesus, Ines.species diversity
mesohabitats
microhabitats
rarity
Floristic Habitat Sampling
Cloud Forest
136Importance of seed dispersal agents changes over succession in clear-cut strips in the Peruvian Amazon
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Tropical Biology SectionGorchov, David L.; Rondon, Xanic J.; Cornejo, Fernando.tropical forest
forest management
secondary succession
animal dispersal of seeds
908Incongruence among phylogenies of Melanesian Schefflera (Araliaceae): evidence from four plastid and three nuclear markers
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Systematics SectionPlunkett, Gregory M.; Lowry, Porter P. II; Nicolas, Antoine N..Araliaceae
Schefflera
ITS
ETS
plastid sequences
RPB2
649Incongruence between morphological, ecological, and geographical differences and genetic structure: genetic analysis of Pyxidanthera (Diapensiaceae) using AFLP markers
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BiogeographyWall, Wade; Douglas, Norman; Xiang, Qiu-Yun (Jenny); Hoffmann, William; Wentworth, Thomas; Gray, Janet; Hohmann, Matthew.Pyxidanthera
Diapensiaceae
AFLP
phylogeography
edaphic endemism
326Indications of horizontal gene transfer between nuclear genomes in distantly related Silene
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Systematics SectionPetri, Anna; Oxelman, Bengt.
746Indications of hybridization between monoecious and dioecious biotypes of Hydrilla verticillata (Hydrocharitaceae)
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Systematics SectionBenoit, Lori K.; Les, Donald H..Hydrilla verticillata
invasive
hybridization
nuclear ribosomal DNA (nrITS)
phytoene desaturase
635Indigenous and Exotic Plants used in Traditional Medicines by Hmong Communities in Wisconsin
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Economic Botany SectionAbler, Rebecca; Thao, Kia; Garcia, Larry; Luke, Christina; Carlson, Kitrina.ethnobotany
Hmong
Wisconsin
DNA Barcoding
653Indoor Microfungi (Molds) From Residential Buildings in Northern Thailand
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Mycological SectionDubey, Tara; Thinda, Win; Stephenson, Steven L..
881Inference of higher-order relationships in Bryophyta from multiple plastid genes
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Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSChang, Ying; Graham, Sean W..Bryophyta
plastid genome
deep phylogeny
644Inferring a better taxonomy for and evolutionary relationships within the North American Crepis agamic complex: evidence from morphology, flow cytometry, cpDNA sequence data, distribution and AFLPs
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Systematics SectionWhitton, Jeannette; Sears, Chris.Crepis
Agamic complex
taxonomy
flow cytometry
dried tissue
250Influence of multiple mating on intra-fruit resource allocation in Collinsia heterophylla
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Pollination BiologyH.S., Arathi.Seed abortion
Multiple mating
Sibling competition
Collinsia heterophylla
155Influence of severe fire on planted and natural whitebark pine seedlings in the Greater Yellowstone Area: Ecology and management implications
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyTrusty, Paul E; Cripps, Cathy L.Ectomycorrhizae
fire
Pinus albicaulis
32Influence of Trichoderma species on Seed germination in okra
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Mycological Sectionmukhtar, irum.seed priming
655Insights into morphological, molecular and life-history characterization of diploid Amelanchier canadensis (Rosaceae)
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Systematics SectionFrye, Christopher; Campbell, Christopher S.; Burgess, Michael B..Amelanchier
diploidy
flow cytometry
granule bound starch synthase I
575In situ effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) on PMC meiosis of some species of natural flora in the vicinity of high-voltage power transmission lines
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Physiological SectionZaidi, Sahar; Khatoon, Surayya.Electromagnetic field
PMC meiosis
High-voltage power transmission lines
Genotoxicity
Semi-natural ecosystem
Natural flora
meiotic abnormalities
741Integrating Botany and Ecology in K-12 Curricula for Stimulating Interest in Science
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Teaching SectionRao, Sujaya; Halse, Richard.K-12
inquiry-based projects
171Integrating vascular principles into a general model for the structure and function of plant networks
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EcophysiologySperry, John S.; Smith, Duncan D.; von Allmen, Erica; Enquist, Brian J.; Savage, Van M.; Patrick, Lisa.hydraulic architecture
allometry
plant architecture
Water relations
scaling relations
tree architecture
integrated physiology
997Interactions between inorganic carbon acquisition and supply of other nutrients to marine algae in a changing climate
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Environmental Climate Change : The role of marine and aquatic photosynthetic organisms in the global carbon cycleYoung , Erica.inorganic carbon aquisition
iron
phosphorus
Nitrogen
microplankton
carbon concentrating mechanism
plankton
microalgae
999Interactions of UV Radiation and Carbon on Marine Photosynthesis
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Environmental Climate Change : The role of marine and aquatic photosynthetic organisms in the global carbon cycleFranklin, Linda A..ultraviolet light
Ultraviolet radiation
increased carbon dioxide
Thalassiosira pseudonana
synergistic effect UV and CO2
38Interactive keys: writing and usability
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Conference WideJones, Timothy M..
673Intercontinental disjunction and cryptic species in the moss genus Scleropodium (Brachytheciaceae)
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Bryological and Lichenological Section/ABLSCarter, Benjamin.Bryophyte
Biogeography
systematics
217Introduction: Teaching with Basal Fungal Lineages
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Teaching with basal fungal lineagesPowell, Martha.Chytridiomycota
teaching
Fungi
995Introduction to Climate change: the role of marine and inland water plants in inorganic carbon cycling and global environmental change
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Environmental Climate Change : The role of marine and aquatic photosynthetic organisms in the global carbon cycleRaven, John A.; Thorhaug, Anitra.Carbon dioxide
oceanic carbon cycling
oceanic carbon sequestration
dissolved bicarbonate
oceanic carbonate
solubility pump
biological carbon pump
biogenic carbon sediment
global biogeochemical cycles
890Invasion Legacies Impede Restoration of Ecosystem Processes
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Ecological SectionGlinka, Clare B; Chai, Tzu; Hawkes, Christine V..legacy effects
plant-microbe interaction
restoration
1214Invasive Aquatic Weeds; Implications for Mosquito Control
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Recent Topics PostersBlair, Charles E..Invasive plants
mosquito control
aquatic
115Invasive plant - fungi interactions
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Conference WideStinson, Kristina.Invasive Species
garlic mustard
223Investigating a Primitive Mycobiont-Photobiont Symbiosis
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MSA - Systematics/EvolutionPicard, Kathryn T. ; Letcher, Peter M.; Powell, Martha.Chytridiomycota
Chytridiales
Symbiosis
algae
263Investigating Bromus tectorum die-offs in Great Basin cold deserts: Quantification of the pathogen Pyrenophora semeniperda
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Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsBaughman, Owen W.; Meyer, Susan E..Bromus tectorum
Pyrenophora semeniperda
die-off
cheatgrass
Great Basin
seed bank 
435Investigating red yeast diversity from phyto- and mycospheres in Louisiana
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyPadamsee, Mahajabeen; Pilcher, W.R.; Aime, M.C..
577Investigation of the metabolic control over phenylacetic acid production by Rhizoctonia solani AG-3, and the physiological responses of a plant host
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyBartz, Faith; Danehower, David; Taylor, Nick; Cubeta, Marc.plant growth regulator
tomato
Pathogenic fungi
Carbon metabolism
637
Canceled
Is Allopolyploid Evolution a “Species Pump” in Homosporous Tracheophytes?
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Pteridological Section/AFSGreer, Gary.polyploidy
chromosome number
hybridization
Species Richness
Homosporous plants
226Is Doylea a cupulate seed fern, a conifer, or neither?
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Paleobotanical SectionStockey, Ruth A.; Rothwell, Gar W.; Klymiuk, Ashley A..anatomy
compound cone
Conifer
cupule
Fossil
Ginkgo
Lower Cretaceous
470Is it Altingiaceae, Hamamelidaceae, Daphniphyllaceae, or Cercidiphyllaceae?
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Paleobotanical SectionWheeler, Elisabeth A.; Baas, P.; Lee, Sung-Jae.wood anatomy
Eocene
Hamamelidaceae
Altingiaceae
Daphniphyllaceae
Cercidiphyllaceae
Saxifragales
168Is long-distance (LDD) pine pollen viable?
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Ecological SectionWilliams, Claire .Reproductive biology
long-distance dispersal
Pinus
aerial transport
345Is Opuntia humifusa monophyletic? Insights from the plastid genome
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Systematics SectionMajure, Lucas C.; Soltis, Pamela S.; Judd, Walter S.; Soltis, Douglas E..Cactaceae
Opuntia
polyploidy
systematics
832Is the acquisition of plant ammonium transporter genes by fungi key to the origin of the lichen symbiosis?
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MSA - Systematics/EvolutionMcDonald, Tami; Armaleo, Daniele; Dietrich, Fred; Joneson, Suzanne; Lutzoni, Francois.lichens
phylogeny
Fungi
algae
ammonium
Nitrogen
symbiosis
456Is there a general pattern of exotic species richness along elevational gradients?
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BiogeographyDenslow, M.W.; Murrell, Zack E..Macroecology
exotic
elevation
Appalachian Mountains
Species Richness
472Is vegetative architecture phylogenetically meaningful across the grasses?
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Systematics SectionMalahy, Mike; Doust, Andrew N..supertree
Poaceae
branching
plant architecture
417ITS, ETS, and low-copy gene phylogenies: Untangling the parentage of Eurasian tetraploids in Tragopogon L. (Asteraceae, Scorzonerinae)
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Systematics SectionMavrodiev, Evgeny V.; Soltis, Douglas E.; Soltis, Pamela S..Tragopogon
Asteraceae
polyploidy
low-copy nuclear gene
ITS, ETS
796It’s a matter of time and location: above- and below-ground responses by ectomycorrhizal fungi to elevated CO2 and O3 across four years
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyAndrew, Carrie J; Lilleskov, Erik A.
488It’s in the water: environmental and edaphic factors influencing plant assemblage composition on the ‘Pimple Dunes’ of Virginia’s barrier islands
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Ecological SectionMcMillan, Brett A. ; Day, Frank P..barrier island
assemblage ecology
Multivariate analysis
LTER

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