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Wednesday, July 29th

Wednesday, July 29th, 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm · Cottonwood A/Snowbird Center
Session SY11: Symposium: The Greatest Opportunists of all: Celebrating 40 years of Job Kuijtís "Biology of Parasitic Flowering Plants"
Presiding: Christopher P. Randle, Sam Houston State University; Jeffery J. Morawetz, University of Michigan; David Tank, University of Idaho
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SY11001July 29th 1:00 pmCottonwood A/Snowbird CenterStyles and stamens of neotropical Loranthaceae: a survey and a sermon
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Symposium or Colloquium PresentationKuijt, Job.
SY11002July 29th 1:30 pmCottonwood A/Snowbird CenterPlacement of parasitic plant lineages in the tree of life
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Symposium or Colloquium PresentationNickrent, Daniel.parasitic plant
molecular phylogenetics
Cassytha
Cuscuta
Lennoaceae
Krameriaceae
Orobanchaceae
Santalales
Balanophoraceae
Cynomoriaceae
Hydnoraceae
Rafflesiaceae
Mitrastemonaceae
Cytinaceae
Apodanthaceae
SY11003July 29th 2:00 pmCottonwood A/Snowbird CenterComparative Genomics of Parasitic Plants
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Symposium or Colloquium PresentationYoder, John; Gunathilake, Pradeepa; Wu, Biao.parasitic plant
haustorium
SY11004July 29th 3:00 pmCottonwood A/Snowbird CenterProgress and pitfalls: Towards a phylogeny of the tropical broomrapes (Orobanchaceae)
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Symposium or Colloquium PresentationMorawetz, Jeffery J.; Randle, Christopher P..holoparasitic
hemiparasitic
Harveya
Melasma
tropical
Cyclocheilaceae
Orobanchaceae
SY11005July 29th 3:15 pmCottonwood A/Snowbird CenterCharacterization of rbcS in Orobanchaceae
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Symposium or Colloquium PresentationRandle, Christopher P.; Keith-Couch, Sarah; Tarson, Victor G..Orobanchaceae
parasitic plants
rbcL
rbcS
rubisco
SY11006July 29th 3:30 pmCottonwood A/Snowbird CenterUsing large trees to synthesize and direct phylogenetic research in Orobanchaceae
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Symposium or Colloquium PresentationTank, David C..Orobanchaceae
supermatrix
parasitic plants
molecular evolution
SY11007July 29th 3:45 pmCottonwood A/Snowbird CenterHorizontal gene transfer and the humble origins of the world's largest flowers, Rafflesiaceae
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Symposium or Colloquium PresentationDavis, III, Charles C..horizontal gene transfer
holoparasite
molecular evolution
Malpighiales
SY11008July 29th 4:00 pmCottonwood A/Snowbird CenterPlastid genome evolution in a group of non-photosynthetic angiosperms (Orobanchaceae)
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Symposium or Colloquium PresentationWicke, Susann; Quandt, Dietmar; Schneeweiss, Gerald M..plastid genome
Orobanchaceae
genome reduction
comparative analysis
evolution
SY11009July 29th 4:15 pmCottonwood A/Snowbird CenterAll that glitters is not gold and all thatís green does not photosynthesise: The chlorophyll containing orchid Corallorhiza trifida derives little carbon through photosynthesis
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Symposium or Colloquium PresentationCameron, Duncan D.myco-heterotrophy
Epiparasite
Orchid mycorrhiza
stable isotope

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