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  ·  The Power of Movement in Plants

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Wednesday, July 29th

Wednesday, July 29th, 8:00 am to 9:45 am · Wasatch A/Cliff Lodge - Level C
Session 58: Contributed Papers: Conservation Biology
Presiding: Vivian Negron-Ortiz, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
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58001July 29th 8:00 amWasatch A/Cliff Lodge - Level CThe breeding system and reproductive success of two Florida Panhandle federally listed species: Ribes echinellum (Grossulariaceae) and Rhododendron minus var. chapmanii (Ericaceae)
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Oral PaperNegron-Ortiz, Vivian.reproductive success
federally threatened
federally endangered
Florida
breeding system
Ribes echinellum
Rhododendron
Ericaceae
Grossulariaceae
58002July 29th 8:15 amWasatch A/Cliff Lodge - Level CThe importance of genetic and cytotype variation in conservation: an example from Phlox (Polemoniaceae)
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Oral PaperFehlberg, Shannon D.; Nepal, Madhav P.; Ferguson, Carolyn J..conservation
cytotype variation
flow cytometry
microsatellites
Phlox
Polemoniaceae
polyploidy
58003July 29th 8:30 amWasatch A/Cliff Lodge - Level CFencing populations of a rare native plant (Astragalus microcymbus) lead to increased reproduction but donít tell the whole story, how can management save this species from extinction?
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Oral PaperRamp Neale, Jennifer M.; Deprenger-Levin, Michelle; Dawson, Carol; Grant III, Thomas A..Demographic Monitoring
conservation
browsing
Astragalus
management
58004July 29th 8:45 amWasatch A/Cliff Lodge - Level CPopulation Viability Analyses based on thirteen years of demographic data predict a grim future for the skiff milk vetch (Astragalus microcymbus), where can we go from here?
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Oral PaperDeprenger-Levin, Michelle; Ramp Neale, Jennifer M.; Grant III, Thomas A.; Dawson, Carol.Demographic Monitoring
Population Viability Analysis (PVA)
Astragalus
conservation
management
58005July 29th 9:00 amWasatch A/Cliff Lodge - Level CWild relatives of Wheat in Turkey.
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Oral PaperCabi, Evren; Dogan, Musa.Wild relatives
wheat
Triticum
58006July 29th 9:15 amWasatch A/Cliff Lodge - Level CNonnative Plants and Bees Meet the Natives Along the American and Cosumnes Rivers in Sacramento County
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Oral PaperLove, Byron; Foley, Patrick.bees
pollination
nonnative
58007July 29th 9:30 amWasatch A/Cliff Lodge - Level C
Canceled
A chance-based methodology for predictive modeling of at-risk plant species using a cellular automata approach
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Oral PaperSchultz, Joanna; Matthews, Jeffrey.Plant conservation
Spatial predictive modeling
Cellular Automata
GIS

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