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Sessions for Saturday, July 25th, 2009

Morning8:009:30
Afternoon1:00

Sessions for Sunday, July 26th, 2009

Morning8:009:0010:00
Afternoon1:002:003:00
Evening7:30

Sessions for Monday, July 27th, 2009

Morning6:308:008:158:308:459:009:159:309:4510:0010:1510:3010:4511:0011:1511:3011:45
Afternoon12:001:001:151:301:452:002:152:302:453:003:153:303:454:004:154:304:455:005:30
Evening7:00

Sessions for Tuesday, July 28th, 2009

Morning8:008:158:308:459:009:159:309:4510:0010:1510:3010:4511:0011:1511:3011:45
Afternoon12:001:001:151:301:452:002:152:302:453:003:153:303:454:004:154:304:455:005:155:30
Afternoon6:00

Sessions for Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

Morning8:008:158:308:459:009:159:309:4510:0010:1510:3010:4511:0011:1511:3011:45
Afternoon1:001:151:301:452:002:152:302:453:003:153:303:454:004:154:304:455:005:15
Evening8:00

Sessions for Thursday, July 30th, 2009

Morning8:00

Presentations for 4:45, Tuesday, July 28th, 2009

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SessionLocationTitleSection/TopicTypeAuthorsKeywords
46015Cottonwood D/Snowbird CenterTownsendia: Phylogeny, diversification and ecological niche modeling of an asexually frustrating genus
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Systematics SectionPaperLee, Chris; Whitton, Jeannette.polyploidy
apomixis
GIS
phylogeny
Asteraceae
Niche modeling
47015Magpie A/Cliff Lodge - Level BNew insights from a multilocus analysis into the evolutionary history of polyploidy in Solanum section Petota
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Systematics SectionPaperCai, Danying; Rodriguez, F.; Spooner, David M..polyploidy
potatoes
Solanum
51008Maybird/Cliff Lodge - Level CGenomic Profiling of Rice Sperm Cells
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Developmental and Structural SectionPaperRussell, Scott D.; Gou, Xiaoping; Wong, Annie C. E.; Yuan, Tong; Wei, Xiaoping; Singh, Mohan B; Bhalla, Prem.transcriptome
Oryza sativa ssp. japonica
sperm
pollen
fertilization
54005Cottonwood B/Snowbird CenterNative fungal pathogens may facilitate persistence of Douglas fir in late-seral Abies concolor/Pseudotsuga menziesii forests of Northern California
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyPaperHawkins, Ashley; Henkel, Terry W..Armillaria
forest succession
Inonotus
butt rot
selective mortality
55005Cottonwood A/Snowbird CenterAmanitins, phalloidins and prolyl-oligopeptidases: POP goes the toxin
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MSA - Systematics/EvolutionPaperHallen-Adams, Heather E; Luo, Hong; Walton, Jonathan.amatoxin
prolyl-oligopeptidase
biochemistry
toxin biosynthesis
M29Alpine C/Snowbird CenterBSA Business Meeting
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BSA-WideCustom
SY7006Ballroom 3/Cliff Lodge - Level BConservation and red-listing of fungi: lessons from Scandinavia and Europe
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The conservation biology of fungiSymposiumDahlberg, Anders .conservation prioritisation
GSPC
IUCN Red List
species detectability

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