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A combined microscopic study of a male-sterile, female-sterile line in Glycine max

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A new whole-plant reconstruction of a cupressaceous conifer from the Early Cretaceous at Dutch Gap Canal, Virginia (Potomac Group)

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Allometric relationships better explains seed coat microsculpture traits in Mentzelia section Bartonia (Loasaceae) than ecology or dispersal

Topic: Allometric relationships better explains seed coat microsculpture traits in Mentzelia section Bartonia (Loasaceae) than ecology or dispersal
Presenter: John J. Schenk

Variation in seed coat microsculpture traits provide reliable characters for species delimitation as well as synapomorphies that support phylogenetic hypotheses; however, botanists...

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An enigmatic Hawaiian moth is a missing link in the adaptive radiation of Schiedea

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Are white-tailed deer responsible for apparent competition between the invasive shrub, Lonicera maackii, and native plants?

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Biotic interactions and allopolyploidy in perennial soybean relatives (Glycine subgenus Glycine)

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Botany without Borders

Dr. Karl Niklas
Botany 2009 Address of the BSA President-Elect

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Building a comprehensive evolutionary history of flagellate plants.

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Comparative study of sexual dimorphism in the development of reproductive structures of Orthopterygium, a rare and endemic dioecious genus of Anacardiaceae

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Dead plants tell no lies: insights from the fossil record of monocots.

Topic: Emerging Leader Lecture - Selena Smith

The fossil record of plants is sometimes challenging to study and interpret, but offers us a wealth of information regarding plant systematics, structure and development, evolution, and ecology, as well as insights into the evolution of terrestrial environments as a whole. The monocot flowering plants are both economically and...

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Delayed selfing: underappreciated, overinterpreted, or both?

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Documenting a need for community data standards and a call for a new collaborative network in plant systematics and phylogeography

Topic: Documenting a need for community data standards and a call for a new collaborative network in plant systematics and phylogeography
Presenter: Ashley Morris

Many taxonomic questions are dependent on genetically and geographically high-resolution data collected consistently through space and time. The costs associated with such projects often result in decisions to...

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Does environment or genetics influence leaf level physiology? Measuring photosynthetic rates of native big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii) grown in common gardens across a precipitation gradient

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Domestication history and geographic adaptation inferred from a SNP map of African rice

Topic: Domestication history and geographic adaptation inferred from a SNP map of African rice
Presenter: Rachel Meyer

African rice (Oryza glaberrima Steud.) is a cereal crop species that shares a common ancestor with Asian rice (O. sativa L.) but was independently domesticated in West Africa. African rice is rarely grown outside sub-Saharan...

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Dr. Nalini Nadkarni, Botany 2013 Plenary Address

Published on Sep 6, 2013
The term "diversity" evokes ideas and images of a multitude of plant species, community structures, or habitat types in a landscape. However, the term can also apply to the variety of ways and audiences to which we communicate our science. As society grows increasingly removed from natural settings and from science and scientists, biologists need a...

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Effect of canopy shading on morphology, anatomy, and self-shading in spiral gingers (Costus)

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Evolution and function of CLE genes and the control of meristem size in grasses

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Exploring apple domestication genetics

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Flipping Over Botany Lab

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Heteroblasty and Heterophylly – when two programs collide

Topic: Kaplan Memorial Lecture - Neelima Sinha

How morphological diversity has arisen is a key question in biology. Angiosperms exhibit a great diversity in leaf shape and leaf development has been characterized in several species, making leaves ideal targets to understand the mechanism behind morphological natural variation. Leaves are also functionally significant for...

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Investigating the biogeography and evolution of widespread species with large sets of herbarium specimens

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Is reduced apical height of conical petal cells a new trait in the selfing syndrome?

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Molecules, morphology, and monophyly: revising the enigmatic Australian clade Goodenia s.l. (Goodeniaceae) using comprehensive sampling and big data

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Monolithic sandstone continental islands of northern Australia unlock secrets of breeding system evolution in five sympatrically occurring species of the Australian spiny Solanum (Solanaceae) lineage

Topic: Monolithic sandstone continental islands of northern Australia unlock secrets of breeding system evolution in five sympatrically occurring species of the Australian spiny Solanum (Solanaceae) lineage
Presenter: Jason Cantley

While functional dioecy is rare in the genus Solanum (Solanaceae), a relatively high concentration of species (around 20)...

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Non-equilibrium dynamics and floral trait interactions shape extant angiosperm diversity

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Patterns of beta-diversity in the California vascular flora, comparing species-based and phylogenetic turnover measures

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Phylogenetic relationships of Burmeistera (Campanulaceae)—using high-throughput sequencing to improve resolution in a recent radiation

Topic: Phylogenetic relationships of Burmeistera (Campanulaceae)—using high-throughput sequencing to improve resolution in a recent radiation
Presenter: Simon Uribe-Convers

Keywords: phylogenomics, Plastome, Capture Probes, Chloroplast Genome, genome skimming, species tree, Coalescence, High-Throughput Sequencing

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Plants are cool, too! Episode 1

Hosted by Dr. Chris Martine, featuring Dr. Maggie Koopman

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Plants Are Weird: Epigenetics, Journalism, and the Alien Beauty of Botany

Topic: Plenary Address: Plants Are Weird: Epigenetics, Journalism, and the Alien Beauty of Botany by Dr. Carl Zimmer

Plants are a spectacularly successful lineage of life that is the subject of huge amounts of scientific research. And yet science journalism leaves botany under-reported. One of the chief reasons for this neglect is anthropocentrism (or, by extension,...

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Polyploidy does not influence rates of diversification across the fern phylogeny

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Seeing the Protea for the (gene) trees: anchored phylogenomics resolves relationships in a rapid radiation

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Significant genetic structure and variation among domesticated Brassica rapa subspecies uncovered by transcriptomics

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The #OhiaLove Crowdfunding Campaign: Developing global participation in local conservation

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The diversification of green plants (Viridiplantae)

Topic: The diversification of green plants (Viridiplantae)
Presenter: Susana Magallón

The evolution of green plants, including their colonization of land, has had momentous consequences on the evolution of life on Earth. Since early in their evolution, green plants successfully occupied marine and fresh-water environments, subsequently adapting to terrestrial life,...

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The evolution of endocarp shape in relation to seed dispersal strategies in Viburnum (Adoxaceae)

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The evolution of stem anatomy in Viburnum (Adoxaceae) and its significance for plant function

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The genome and annotation of Azolla filiculoides.

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The importance of the reproductive assurance in the maintenance of flower color polymorphism in Lysimachia arvensis

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The origins of New World lettuce lineages

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The repeated evolution of vertebrate pollination syndromes in the centropogonid clade (Campanulaceae: Lobelioideae), a recently diverged Andean plant clade

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The WTU Foray: 20 years of building collections, resources, and a botanical community around a university herbarium

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Toward a global view of breadfruit genetic diversity and domestication using microsatellites and hyb-seq data

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Triassic trees with epicormic shoots from Gordon Valley, central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica

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Using Invasive Plant Control to Teach Plant Biology: A Service Learning Approach

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Will the real Corystospermales please stand up

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Wrestling with the rosids II: too big to nail--challenges in conducting comprehensive analyses in the angiosperms

Topic: Wrestling with the rosids II: too big to nail--challenges in conducting comprehensive analyses in the angiosperms
Presenter: Douglas E Soltis

With the exception of grasses, perhaps no other angiosperm clade plays a more important terrestrial ecological role than rosids, with 87,500 species and a worldwide distribution. Rosids are hyper-diverse in morphology, habit,...

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