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

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

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Heteroblasty and Heterophylly – when two programs collide

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

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The genome and annotation of Azolla filiculoides.

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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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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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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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