Address of the BSA President-Elect - Dr. Kent Holsinger
Holsinger, Kent E. .
LDS: Botany in 2009.
Snowbird is in Utah, and if you mention the letters LDS to someone in Utah, they'll immediately know what you mean. But that's not what I mean. If you mentioned the letters LDS to a mycologist, they'd probably think you were dyslexic and referring to a compound isolated from Claviceps. I may be mildly dyslexic, but that's not what I mean either. A particle physicist might also think you were dyslexic and meant to refer to a detector used at the Stanford Linear Accelerator to study the polarized Z particles produced in collisions between electrons and positrons. That's not what I mean either.
If you want to find out what I mean by LDS and what it has to do with botany in 2009, you're just going to have to come to the banquet and suffer through my talk
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What LDS means in Utah
What LDS means to a mycologist (if you're mildly dyslexic)
What LDS means to a nuclear physicist (if you're mildly dyslexic)
1 - University of Connecticut, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, 75 North Eagleville Road, U-3043, Storrs, Connecticut, 062693043, USA
Botanical Society of America.
Presentation Type: Special Presentation
Location: Ballroom /Cliff Lodge - Level B
Date: Wednesday, July 29th, 2009
Time: 8:00 PM