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Scientific Program July 30 - August 3, 2016


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Welcome to Savannah ..................................................... 2 Conference Organizers..................................................... 3 General Conference Information ...................................... 4 Workshops ..................................................................... 9 Field Trips ................................................................... 10 Ticketed Events.............................................................. 11 Special Lectures............................................................. 16 Symposia and Colloquia Schedule.................................. 23 Participating Societies.................................................... 27 Be Sure to Visit 0ur Exhibitors!....................................... 43 Daily Schedules Friday.................................................................. 53 Saturday.............................................................. 53 Sunday................................................................ 54 Monday ............................................................... 57 Posters............................................................ 77 Tuesday............................................................. 103 Wednesday........................................................ 130 Author Index................................................................ 156 Meetings, Mixers & Special Events................................ 171 Special Lectures, Symposia & Colloquia....................... 173 Contributed Paper Session............................................ 174

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Greetings Society Members & Fellow Scientists! We wish you a fruitful conference and enjoyable experience here in Savannah! It is a pleasure to welcome all of you! We are delighted to be jointly sponsoring an annual meeting of this magnitude that brings together scientists from a wide range of countries, societies, and botanical disciplines. We encourage you to take the time to enjoy the depth and breadth of the science on display. As a registrant, you are invited to explore any topic you like and attend as many talks and functions as you can fit in. With the many contributions of our members and the hard work of our organizing committee, a great program has been assembled, and we wish you all the best with the challenge of narrowing down your choices. This meeting represents a marvelous opportunity to share ideas and build collaborations in a wide range of disciplines that you may not have previously considered. For networking opportunities, the city of Savannah is within a short ferry ride from the convention center, has dozens of restaurants and bars for you to meet in a fun atmosphere. As well, attendees at our meetings consistently mention in our annual post-meeting surveys the importance of field trips. The Low country has marvelous natural areas that will be the focus of a wide range of field trips – don’t miss these opportunities to enjoy plants and reconnect with your friends. If there is anything we can do to make your conference more comfortable, please feel free to discuss your needs with our support staff. Look for us at the information booth and in the registration area right outside the Exhibit Hall. Wishing you all the best over the next few days as you experience all Savannah has to offer! Enjoy the conference!

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Conference Organizers American Fern Society

International Association for Plant Taxonomy

President - Eddie Watkins Program Director and Local Rep - Melanie Link-Perez

President – Vicky Funk Secretary – Karol Marhold

American Society of Plant Taxonomists

Field Trip Coordinator Alison Mc Gee

President – Tom Ranker Program Director – Harvey Ballard Local Rep - Melanie Link-Perez

Botanical Society of America President – Richard Olmstead Program Director – Amy Litt Local Rep – Melanie Devore Executive Director – Bill Dahl Director of Conferences Johanne Stogran

American Bryological and Lichenological Society President – Larry St. Clair Program Director – Catherine LeFarge Local Rep - Malcom Hodges Society for Hebarium Curators President - Andrea Weeks

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General Conference Information Registration Area Hours

Sunday, July 31...................... 7:30 - 5:00 pm

On-site registration, pickup of registration packets for those who have pre-registered, and late purchase of social event tickets can be done at the Registration Area. Registration is located in the River Concourse

Monday, August 1........ 9:00 am to 7:00 pm Tuesday, August 2........ 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Wednesday, August 3......... 9:00 to 4:00 pm Please note: Hall will close after the afternoon coffee break.

Friday, July 29 ........... 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Saturday, July 30..........7:00 am to 6:00 pm Sunday, July 31........... 7:00 am to 7:00 pm

Posters & Poster Sessions

Monday, August 1..... 7:00 am to 6:00 pm

Posters will be on display for the duration of the meeting in the Exhibit Hall Sundaythrough Wednesday. All posters should fit onto bulletin boards that are 4 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Materials may be secured with push pins, which will be provided. Botany 2016 management, the Center are not responsible for any poster materials remaining after 4:00 pm on Wednesday, August 3.

Tuesday, August 2.......7:00 am to 2:00 pm Wednesday, August 3....7:00 am to 12:00 pm Special Services If you require special accommodations, assistance, or services, please let a Botany 2016 representative know by contacting the Conference Office - in Jasper

Poster set-up time is: Sunday, July 31........... 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm Poster take-down time is: Wednesday, August 3 ........12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Child Care Attendees are responsible for making all arrangements for sitting services. Botany 2016 assumes no responsibility for any difficulties or consequences arising from the use of a child care provider and recommends that the provider be screened carefully. If you are needing sitting service check at the information desk in the registration area.

All -Society Poster Sessions Monday, August 1, 5:30 - 7:00 pm in the Exhibit Hall for all Posters. Poster numbers and locations are assigned when you check in to hang your poster. Odd-numbered posters will be presented from 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm. Even-numbered posters presented from 6:15 pm – 7:00 pm.

Coffee Breaks - In the Exhibit Hall Complimentary coffee breaks will be held in the Exhibit Hall which will serve as the hub of the conference. Check the Schedule of Events.

If you are presenting a poster you should be prepared to stand by your poster for your assigned time.

Exhibits

Audio-Visual Information

Be sure to visit the outstanding array of commercial and scientific exhibits offered. The Exhibition Hall will be open:

All contributed paper and symposium sessions will be in a variety of meeting rooms. Audio amplification equipment will be provided in all rooms as needed. LCD projec-

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General Conference Information Contributed Paper, Symposium and Colloquium Sessions

tors and computer stations will be available as standard presentation options. Computers will support Windows and Microsoft PowerPoint presentations.

Contributed Paper and Colloquium Sessions include presentations that are scheduled for 15 minutes each (inclusive of questions and discussion). Most Symposium sessions include presentations that are scheduled for 30 minutes each (inclusive of questions and discussion).

Please visit the Presentation Ready Room (Green) well before your scheduled session so your presentation can be loaded. Be sure to double-check your presentation for accuracy as PowerPoint does not always carry over from MacIntosh to Windows operating systems. For computer presentations, files can be accepted on or USB stick. Presentation Ready Room A Presentation Ready Room will be available in Green. Presenters are expected to load their presentations to the proper session folders the afternoon before their scheduled presentation time. Complete directions are posted in the Presentation Ready Room. Technicians will be available to help with presenters’ AV questions and needs for sessions, as well as to pre-load presentations. The Presentation Ready Room will be open at the following times:

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Sunday, July 31 .................Noon - 6:00 pm Monday, August 1.........7:00 am - 6:00 pm Tuesday, August 2.........7:00 am - 6:00 pm Wednesday, August 3....... 7:00 am - Noon

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Location of Scientific Sessions All scientific sessions and most ticketed events will be held in the Savannah International Trade and Conference Center. Exhibits and Conference-wide coffee breaks are located in the River Concourse or the Exhibit Hall. Building maps are located on the front inside cover of this program book.

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Workshops Workshops A wide range of scientific and educational workshops will be presented at the Conference, on Sunday, July 31st. Workshop admissions vary in price and are considered a ticketed event. Pre-registration is required for all workshops as seating is limited. All workshops are held in the Savannah Convention Centre. Complete descriptions and information about each workshop can be found on the conference website: www.botanyconference. org, and in the printed Abstract Book. 8:00 am - 5:00 pm WS 1

Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing............................................................... 204

WS 2

IUCN Red List Assessment Training and Bioblitz........................................................ 205

WS 3

Using Digitized Herbarium Data in Research: A Crash Course................................. 101

WS 20

Introduction to Botanical Drawing with Alice Tangerini............................................ 202

8:00 am - 10:00 am WS 4

Constructing morphological character matrices from taxonomic

descriptions using new software approaches..................................................... 104

WS 5

Using Visual Learning to Improve Comprehension.................................................... 105

WS 6

Web-Based Retrieval Practice as a Self-Directed Study Tool for Students in Botany

WS 7

and Plant Taxonomy........................................................................................... 103

Assembly and analysis of genomic RADseq data using ipyrad................................... 106

10:15 am - 12:15 pm WS 8

Planting Inquiry in Science Classrooms........................................................................ 106

WS 9 We are All Plumbers Now: Toolboxes for Building Unconventional STEM Career ...... Pipelines.............................................................................................................................. 203 WS 10

Tools for the International Botanist: Navigating the Nagoya Protocol..................... 105

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm WS 11

Applying to Graduate School: Tips for Success..........................Oglethorpe Auditorium

WS 12

Transcriptome analyses for non-model plants: phylogenomics and more................ 106

WS 13

Making a Visual Key: A Lab Exercise with Practical Consequences......................... 105

WS 14

Targeted next-gen sequencing for plant phylogenomics.............................................. 103

3:15 pm - 5:15 pm WS 15

Crafting an effective elevator speech and Communicating Broader Impacts

of Your Work: A Workshop for Students and PostDocs...........Oglethorpe Auditorium

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The U.S. Virtual Herbarium Project................................................................................ 105

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Botany 2016 Field Trips Field Trips are open to all registered attendees of Botany 2016 including spouses/ companions and family members. (They must pay full trip registration fee.) All trips require pre-registration and are on a first-come and first-served basis. Fees include transportation, admission fees, field guides (if provided), water and where indicated, lunch. Saturday, July 30 FT12 8:00 am - 3:30 pm AFS Trip: Low Country Fern Trip.................................................... $120.00 FT1 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Altama Plantation Wildlife Management Area ..........................$120.00

FT2 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Plum Orchard Tract, Townsend Wildlife Management Area ..$120.00

FT3 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Little Tybee kayak trip ...................................................................$265.00

FT4 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Cay Creek Nature Preserve .............................................................$80.00 Sunday July 31 FT9 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Ogeechee River Canal ......................................................................$85.00 FT5 8:00 am - 3:30 pm

ABLS Trip: Lichens & Bryophytes of the Savannah Area..........$100.00

FT6 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Hofwyl-Broadfield Historic Site Nature Trail .............................$130.00

FT7 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Little Tybee kayak trip ...................................................................$265.00

FT8 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Botany in Action - Mother Mathilda Beasley Park....................... FREE FT10 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Forsyth Park ......................................................................................$80.00 FT11 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Bonaventure Cemetary ....................................................................$80.00

Photo credit: Melanie Link-Perez

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Botany 2016 Ticketed Events Food, fun, awards - ticketed social events can be the highlight of the botany conference. Connect with old friends and make new ones. The following society and group events require tickets. Tickets may be purchased in advance or on-site at the Registration area. Pre-paid event tickets will be included in the Registration packet, which will be distributed on-site. Please read the Refund and Cancellation Policy. Event venues will be announced on the tickets and in the Program Book. A limited number of tickets may be available for purchase at the Registration Desk on-site at the meeting, but availability is not guaranteed. Sunday TE-01 All Society Opening Mixer......................................................................Exhibit Hall Free but please sign up...Join your friends in this social evening before the real science starts! Held in the Exhibit so you can make those connections. Monday

TE-02 Cornell Botanists and Friends Breakfast ...................................Westin Hotel TBD The Cornell University Botany breakfast is open to all current and former students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends, who have had a connection to botany at Cornell. Please join us, renew old friendships, make new friends, and catch up with your colleague’s activities! 7:00 am - 8:00 am $20.00 TE-03 Michigan Consortium of Botanists Breakfast.............................................Tondees Join members of the Michigan Consortium of Botanists for an informational session that will include introductions, announcements, and networking opportunities for Michigan botanists. Any Michigan botanist is invited to attend, as well as those that have special interest in Michigan’s flora. Bring your breakfast to this free, open forum. Although there is no charge, please register for this ticketed event. 7:15 am to 8:45 am TE-04 American Fern Society Luncheon......................................................................... 106 The AFS Luncheon will be followed by the annual business meeting. Come join us and hear about the many activities sponsored by the American Fern Society. Noon to 1:30 pm $35.00 Students $15.00 TE-05 Student Involvement in Botany Luncheon............................. Chatham Ballroom A Program to be announced Noon to 1:30 pm Student Price: $5.00 All Others $35.00 TE-06 California Botanists Brown Bag Luncheon................................................... Tondees Bring your lunch and get together with botanists from California (past or present) or with interests in California plants. We will have time for personal conversations, a discussion and announcement period regarding projects and funding in California botany, and an open forum. No fee required but please register for this ticketed event. Noon to 1:30pm - Lunches will be available for purchase. TE-07 Paleobotanical Section Banquet .............................................. Chatham Ballroom A Join us for the annual Paleo-Section Mixer...and then stay for the banquet. Mixer (Free) 6:30 – 7:30 pm - Dinner (Ticketed Event) 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm - $65.00 TE-08 Planting Science Reception..............................................................................Tondees Join members of the Planting Science team – celebrate the achievements of the past year and look forward the future! 7:00 pm – 8:30 PM

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Ticketed Events TE-09 Student Social and Networking Event ...................................Moon River Brewery Sponsored by the International Journal of Plant Sciences! To be held at Moon River Brewery....reportedly one of the most haunted buildings in Savannah! Come meet your friends for this night of networking! 8:00 - 11:00 pm Come early and meet your BSA Student Reps - past and present!

Student Networking Event Sponsored by:

Tuesday TE-10 University of Connecticut Alumni and Friends Breakfast..................................106 Join your Colleagues and Alums for Breakfast. 7:00 am to 8:00 am - $20.00 TE-11 Enhancing Scientist Diversity in Plant Biology Luncheon...... Chatham Ballroom A Guest Speaker: Juan Zalapa - Noon to 1:30 pm $30.00 Students $15.00 TE-12 Kaplan Memorial Lecture Fund Cocktail Reception................................. Tondees Lecture – 4:00 – 5:00 pm followed by a Reception - 5:00 - 6:00 pm We invite all 2016 participants to attend both the Lecture and the Cocktail Reception/Fundraiser that immediately follows. The later is a ticketed event ($25). The ticket covers a commemorative wine glass, hors d’oeuvres and a drink as well as the opportunity to interact with Kaplan Lecture speaker and BSA colleagues. The evening will culminate in a raffle and short auction of items generously donated by BSA members, publishers, the BSA and other professional organizations. Proceeds and a portion of the ticket sales will be donated to the Kaplan Lecture Fund to promote continuation of the lecture series. Reception: 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm - $25.00 TE-13 Ohio State University Reception.................................................................. Tondees Mix and mingle with colleagues with a connection to The Ohio State University! 5:30-6:30 $10.00 TE-14 American Society of Plant Taxonomists Banquet...............Chatham Ballroom A Join us for the Mixer and Dinner, awards and presentation by incoming ASPT President (Free) Mixer 6:00 – 7:00 pm -Dinner 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm - $50.00, Students - $35.00

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Ticketed Events TE-15 ABLS Dinner.......................................................Off Site - Chart House Restaurant The Chart House Restaurant (www.chart-house.com) is located at 202 West Bay Street– just .2 minutes from the Hyatt Hotel on River Street. As in the past, ABLS will cover the cost of the appetizers and the tip. The dinner will be from a personalize menu and will include a mixed field greens salad, onsite selection from 4 entrée options – NY Strip Steak/Chicken Romano/Bronzed Fresh Fish/Vegetarian – with the chef ’s selection of starch and vegetables, served with warm fresh breads. Dessert will be Crème Brûlée with fresh raspberries; and the meal will include Soft Drinks, Coffee and Tea service. The cost will be $44/person. There will also be a no-host (cash) bar. The private dining area will accommodate 60 people. Please make your reservations and pay for the ABLS annual dinner when you register on the 2016 Botanical Society of America website (pay at the door is not accepted this year). If you have questions please contact either Catherine La Farge (clafarge@ ualberta.ca) or Larry St. Clair (larry_stclair@byu.edu). ABLS Members and their guests only. 6:30 - 10:00 pm $44.00 Wednesday TE-16 University of Wisconsin Alumni and Friends Breakfas.................................... 105 Network and reconnect with current and former members of the UW family. Once a badger - always a badger! 7:00 am to 8:00 am - $20.00 TE-17 Miami University of Ohio Breakfast.................................................................... 104 The Miami University Botany breakfast is open to any who have had some connection to the department, including students, alumni, faculty and staff, former faculty and staff, as well as friends of the department. Join us, renew old friendships and catch up with what your colleagues have been doing! 7:00 am to 8:00 am $20.00 TE-18 NSF Brown Bag Information Session.................................................................. 106 National Science Foundation Information Session will host a brown bag lunch with BIO program directors - bring your lunch and learn about the latest program changes and new directions across BIO, finding the right program for your research, strategies for proposal writing and submission, why you should be a reviewer/ panelist. Ask questions about NSF in 2013 and beyond. No fee required but please register for this ticketed event. Noon to 1:30pm - Lunches available for purchase. TE-19 Celebrate!......................................................................................Chatham Ballroom Wrap up a wonderful week with this is one last chance to mingle with new and old friends while enjoying fabulous food and drink. 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm

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Applications in Plant Sciences Call for Papers www.bioone.org/loi/apps www.botany.org/APPS/

The editorial board of Applications in Plant Sciences (APPS), the Botanical Society of America’s open access, online journal, invites submissions of the following article types: • Protocol Notes, describing new methods and technological advancements for the visualization or quantification of biological information • Genomic Resources Articles, characterizing the development and demonstrating the usefulness of newly developed genomic resources, including transcriptomes • Software Notes, detailing new software applications with examples of how they are used and how results are interpreted • Application Articles, illustrating the application of a new protocol, method, or software application within the context of a larger study • Review Articles, evaluating available techniques, methods, or protocols within any area of the plant sciences • Primer Notes, reporting novel genetic markers within a taxon or taxa with evidence of wide applicability

Launched in January 2013, APPS is indexed in PubMed, Scopus, and Web of Science. Average time to first decision: 24 days. Impact factor: 0.911.

See the latest issue at: http://www.bioone.org/loi/apps. Details on submission requirements are available in the Instructions for Authors: http://www.botany.org/APPS/APPS_Author_Instructions.html.

Support your Society by contributing your research to APPS! APPS Editorial Board Editor-in-Chief: Theresa Culley Associate Editors: Diane Byers, Richard Cronn, Mitch Cruzan, Matthew Gitzendanner, Kent Holsinger, Jeff Maughan, Mike Moore, Pam Soltis, J. Ryan Stewart, Lisa Wallace, Norm Wickett Please contact the editorial office with questions: Beth Parada, Managing Editor, apps@botany.org Recent article highlights: •

HybPiper: Extracting exons and introns for phylogenetics from high-throughput sequencing reads using target enrichment (July 2016) Johnson et al. ColectoR, a digital field notebook for voucher specimen collection for smartphones (July 2016)

Maya-Lastra

A new resource for the development of SSR markers: Millions of loci from a thousand plant

Microbead encapsulation of living plant protoplasts: A new tool for the handling of single plant cells

An ecological approach to measuring the evolutionary consequences of gene flow from crops to

The use of laser light to enhance the uptake of foliar-applied substances into citrus (Citrus sinensis)

transcriptomes (June 2016) Hodel et al. (May 2016)

Grasso and Lintilhac

wild or weedy relatives (March 2016)

Campbell et al.

leaves (January 2016) Etxeberria et al.

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Special Lectures

Plenary Lecture

Carl Zimmer Plants Are Weird: Epigenetics, Journalism, and the Alien Beauty of Botany Sunday, July 31 7:30 pm - Chatham Ballroom

Carl Zimmer writes books, articles, essays, and blog posts in which he reports from the frontiers of biology, where scientists are expanding our understanding of life. Since 2013 he has been a columnist at the New York Times, where his column “Matter� appears each week. He is a popular speaker at universities, medical schools, museums, and festivals, and he is also a frequent on radio programs such as Radiolab and This American Life. In 2016, Zimmer won the Stephen Jay Gould Prize, awarded annually by the Society for the Study of Evolution to recognize individuals whose sustained efforts have advanced public understanding of evolutionary science.

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Featured Speakers

Annals of Botany Special Lecture Mutualistic networks in the GalĂĄpagos Islands and how alien species modify their structure

Anna Traveset Monday, August 1 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Oglethorpe Auditorium

Anna Traveset is a Research Professor of the Spanish Research Council at the Mediterranean Institute of Advanced Studies (IMEDEA, CSIC-UIB), based on Mallorca (Balearic Islands). Her research focuses on island systems, exploring how biotic interactions influence the regeneration and distribution of island plants. A major focus of her current work is the role of invasive species in natural communities, and how they influence mutualisms, especially on islands. She is currently coordinating projects in the Balearics Islands, the Canary Islands and the Galapagos Islands. Prof. Traveset received her BS in Biology from the University of Barcelona. Her PhD work was conducted at the University of Pennsylvania, where she studied plant-insect interactions in Costa Rica under the supervision of Daniel Janzen. She then conducted postdoctoral research with Carlos Herrera and Pedro Jordano at the DoĂąana Biological Station in Seville, Spain. She has c. 200 publications in scientific journals and leads the Department of Terrestrial Ecology at IMEDEA. She has supervised numerous students and serves on the editorial board of several journals including Oikos, AoB Plants, Diversity & Distributions, Journal of Pollination Ecology, and PeerJ. -17-


Featured Speakers

Regional Botany Special Lecture Ancient Mountains to Recent Shorelines: Adventures in the Flora of Georgia

Wendy Zomlefer & Linda Chafin Tuesday, August 2nd 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Oglethorpe Auditorium

Wendy Zomlefer is the Curator of the University of Georgia Herbarium [GA] and Associate Professor in the Department of Plant Biology. After receiving her Ph.D. from the University of Florida in 1991, she worked there on the “Generic Flora of the Southeastern United States” for her postdoc and was hired by UGA in 2000. Zomlefer and her Master’s degree students have since undertaken several plant inventory projects throughout the state of Georgia, including five national parks. Linda Chafin is the Conservation Botanist with the Plant Conservation Program at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, University of Georgia. The University of Georgia Press published her book, “The Field Guide to the Rare Plants of Georgia” (2007) and “The Field Guide to the Wildflowers of Georgia and Surrounding States” (June 2016). Chafin received a M.S. in Botany from UGA in 1988, studying the flora and ecology of Southern Appalachian boulderfields. She has conducted rare species surveys and natural community inventories throughout the southeastern United States.

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Featured Speakers

A Mexican-American in Higher Education

Juan Zalapa Enhancing Diversity in Plant Biology Luncheon (A ticketed event) Tuesday 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm Chatham Ballroom A

Heteroblasty & Heterophylly – when two programs collide.

Neelima Sinha Tuesday, August 2 3:30 - 4:30 pm Oglethorpe Auditorium Kaplan Memorial Reception (Ticketed Event) to Follow 4:30 - 6:00 pm -19-


Featured Speakers

Incoming ASPT President’s Address

Jeff Doyle Tuesday, August 2 ASPT Mixer & Banquet 6:30 pm Free Mixer Georgia International Gallery 7:30 pm Dinner Chatham Ballroom A

Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Lecture The role of the extracellular matrix in defense: New insights into plant and animal immune responses

Martha Hawes Wednesday, August 3 3:00 - 4:00 pm Oglethorpe Auditorium

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Featured Speakers The Botanical Society of America annually announces the “Emerging Leader Award” to be given annually in recognition of creative and influential scholarship in any area of botany reflecting the breadth of BSA. Awardees will have produced outstanding scholarship and also demonstrated exceptional promise for future accomplishment.

Emerging Leader Lecture Sponsored by the American Journal of Botany

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

Selena Y. Smith University of Michigan

Wednesday, August 3 11:00 - 12:00 pm 202

Dr. Stacey Smith is an accomplished researcher with a true commitment to education Selena Smith has only recently become an Assistant Professor of Earth & Environmental Sciences and Program in the Environment (and Museum of Paleontology) at the University of Michigan. Nevertheless, she already has established an exemplary record of innovative scientific research, professional leadership, and student mentorship. Selena initiated her program of paleobotanical research as a high school honor student, conducting, completing, and publishing her first scientific paper before entering the University of Alberta, where she completed an additional nine papers while completing her B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in 2002 and 2007, respectively. In 2005 she received the first NSERC André Hamer Doctoral Postgraduate prize, awarded to the single most outstanding doctoral student in Canada. Selena already has published more than 30 refereed papers (since the year 2,000). The superior quality of Selena’s studies has been appreciated since her first presentations, earning her numerous awards including the Isabel Cookson Award (for best research student presentation in paleobotany at the annual Botanical Society of America meetings), and prestigious competitive pre-doctoral and post-doctoral fellowships in Canada and the United Kingdom. She has achieved continuous National Science Foundation funding through multiple awards from 2010 through at least 2018. Selena’s studies go well beyond the narrow systematic breadth, stratigraphic ranges, or preservational modes that characterize the work of less creative scientists, and she has been at the forefront of developing and employing new methods and technologies such as X-ray tomography, which uses synchrotron technology to develop non-invasive three-dimensional images of fossil plants that may still be imbedded in rock matrix. Her work also spans a wide range of foci, including structure and development, reproductive biology, paleoecology and paleophytogeography, and systematics and evolution of ferns, gymnosperms, flowering plants, and fungi. Selena routinely serves on university taskforces and professional society committees, reviews manuscripts, organizes conferences and symposia, performs editorial duties for scholarly publications, and has established a strong record of student mentoring. She currently is supervising one postdoctoral researcher, several graduate student researchers, several undergraduate student researchers, and a high school student. Including past student supervisions, Selena already has helped shape the development of nearly 30 young scientists. Most notable among her numerous outreach activities are initiatives that advocate for the promotion of women in science. Although Selena Smith is but a junior faculty member by age and by years of activity, she already has achieved the stature of a highly successful senior scholar with respect to scientific achievement, broadening of her discipline, contributions to professional societies, and the establishment of new generations of active scientists. -21-


Featured Speakers Address of the BSA President Elect

Gordon Uno

University of Oklahoma

Convergent Evolution of National Science Education Projects: How BSA Can Influence Reform Wednesday, August 3 5:00 - 6:00 pm Oglethorpe Auditorium

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Symposia and Colloquia Schedule Monday, August 1st - Morning The Importance of Communicating Science. 8:00 - 12:00 pm ..................................................................................... Chatham Ballroom B Organized by: Andrea Wolfe, Ohio State University Sponsored by: BSA Economic Botany and Systematics Sections and ASPT The Odum Legacy: Plant Systems Across Scales 8:30 - 11:30 am .....................................................................................Chatham Ballroom C Organized by: Lindsey K Tuominen, Metropolitan State University Sponsored by: BSA Genetics, Southeastern and Physiological Sections Afternoon The Future of Herbarium Genetics and Genomics 1:30 - 5:30 pm........................................................................................ Chatham Ballroom B Organized by: Michael D. Martin, Dept of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley, Kenneth Wurdack, Ph.D. Department of Botany, National Museum of Natural History Smithsonian Institution Sponsored by: BSA Genetics and Systematics Sections and ASPT Horsetails Through Form, Space, and Time 1:30 - 5:00 pm....................................................................................Oglethorpe Auditorium Organized by: Gar Rothwell, Ohio University & Oregon State University; Dennis Stevenson, New York Botanical Garden Sponsored by: BSA Paleobotanical and Systematics Sections Interactions of White-Tailed Deer and Invasive Plants in forests of eastern North America 1:30 - 5:30 pm .......................................................................................Chatham Ballroom C Organized by: David Gorchov, Miami University Sponsored by: BSA Ecological Section Tuesday, August 2 Morning Plant Research and Conservation on the Andes 8:00 - 12:30 pm .....................................................................................Chatham Ballroom C Organized by: Claudia Segovia-Salcedo, Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas-ESPE. Ecuador; Lauren Gonzalez, University of Florida, Simon Uribe-Convers, University of Missouri - St. Louis Sponsored by: BSA Genetics and Systematics Sections, ASPT and IAPT Evolution, Development, and Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and Arrangement 8:00 -12:00 pm ...................................................................................... Chatham Ballroom B Organized by: Jenny Xiang, North Carolina State University; Wenheng Zhang, Virginia Commonwealth University Sponsored by: BSA Genetics, Systematics, Developmental and Structural Sections and ASPT and the Journal of Systematics and Evolution Afternoon Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical Tools and Modern Analytical Approaches 1:30 - 5:30 pm....................................................................................... Chatham Ballroom B Organized by: Rupesh Kariyat, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich Sponsored by: BSA Genetics and Ecological Sections

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Symposia and Colloquia Schedule Studying Plant Pollinator Interactions in Changing Environments: Approaches, Lessons and Future Directions 1:30 - 5:30 pm ......................................................................................Chatham Ballroom C Organized by: Diane L. Byers, Illinois State University, Shu-Mei Chang, University of Georgia Sponsored by: BSA Ecological Section Patterns and Processes of American Amphitropical Plant Disjunctions: New Insights 1:30 - 5:15 pm....................................................................................................................... 204 Organized by: Michael Simpson, San Diego State University, C. Matt Guilliams, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Justen Whittall, Santa Clara University Sponsored by: BSA Systematics Section and ASPT Wednesday, August 3 Morning Wood: Biology of a Living Tissue 8:00 - 12:00 pm..................................................................................Oglethorpe Auditorium Organized by: Jochen Schenk, California State University Fullerton Sponsored by: BSA Developmental and Structural and Physiological Sections Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface between Terrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon Storage. 8:00 - 12:00 pm .................................................................................... Chatham Ballroom B Organized by: Anitra Thorhaug, Yale University Sponsored by: BSA Physiological and Paleobotanical Sections Clarifying Early Euasterid Evolution: A Synthesis of Phylogeny, Morphology, and the Fossil Record 8:00 - 12:00 pm .....................................................................................Chatham Ballroom C Organized by: Gregory Stull, University of Florida, Melanie Schori, Ohio University Sponsored by: BSA Paleobotanical Section Afternoon Novel Approaches to Plant Evolution from Paleontological, Physiological, and Developmental Perspectives 1:30 - 6:00 pm........................................................................................ Chatham Ballroom B Organized by: Jonathan Wilson, Haverford College; Cindy V. Looy, UC-Berkeley, Ivo Duijnstee, UC-Berkeley Sponsored by: BSA Paleobotanical Section Seed-free Plants at the Genomic Scale 1:30 - 5:45 pm........................................................................................Chatham Ballroom C Organized by: Matthew G. Johnson, Chicago Botanic Garden, Erin M. Sigel, Smithsonian Institution Sponsored by: ABLS and AFS

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International Association for Plant Taxonomy Main Office: International Bureau for Plant Taxonomy and Nomenclature, c/o Institute of Botany, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovak Republic, office@iapt-taxon.org

Vision "Botanical systematics, in the broadest sense, understood and valued by society."

Mission "To promote all aspects of botanical systematics and its significance to the understanding and value of biodiversity."

Association The IAPT was founded on July 18, 1950 at the Seventh International Botanical Congress in Stockholm, Sweden. The Association promotes an understanding of plant biodiversity, facilitates international communication of research between botanists, and oversees matters of uniformity and stability in plant names. The IAPT is dedicated to organismal biodiversity the extent, recognition, organisation, evolution, and naming of plants and fungi, both living and fossil. To those wishing to be at the forefront of these issues, membership in IAPT will be rewarding. The IAPT maintains the International Bureau for Plant Taxonomy and Nomenclature, and engages in a wide range of activities consistent with its focus. The IAPT was founded to carry out projects of interest and concern to systematic botanists which require or profit from international cooperation. By 2016, for example, no less than 158 volumes of the series Regnum Vegetabile had been published, including such well-known titles as the numerous editions of the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature (now International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants), the Index Nominum Genericorum, Taxonomic Literature (two editions), and Index Herbariorum (pt. 1 and 2). Most recent published issue of Regnum Vegetabile is that by Hรถrandl & Appelhans (eds.), Next-generation sequencing in plant systematics (2015). In addition, six issues of the journal TAXON are published each year, the annual volume presently consisting of approx. 1800 pages. IAPT is responsible for the establishment and functioning of inter-Congress nomenclature committees and for the organization and execution of the nomenclature sessions at each International Botanical Congress.

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Participating Societies International Association for Plant Taxonomy Main Office: International Bureau for Plant Taxonomy and Nomenclature, c/o Institute of Botany, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovak Republic, office@iapt-taxon.org

Officers President: Vicki Funk, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C., USA, funkv@si.edu Past-President: David Mabberley, Botanic Gardens Trust New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, David.Mabberley@rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au Vice-President: Sandra Knapp, Natural History Museum, London, U.K., s.knapp@nhm.ac.uk Secretary-General: Karol Marhold, Institute of Botany, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovak Republic / Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, karol.marhold@savba.sk Editor of Taxon: Joachim W. Kadereit, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany, kadereit@unimainz.de Treasurer: Josef Greimler, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, josef.greimler@univie.ac.at Reserve Fund Manager: Warren L. Wagner, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., wagnerw@si.edu

Council Members William Buck, New York Botanical Garden, New York, U.S.A., bbuck@nybg.org Lynn Clark, Iowa State University, Ames, U.S.A., lgclark@iastate.edu Ana Crespo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain, acrespo@farm.ucm.es Jorge Crisci, Museo de La Plata, La Plata, Argentina, crisci@fcnym.unlp.edu.ar Sebsebe Demissew, Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, sebseb.demissew@gmail.com Lucia Lohmann, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, llohmann@usp.br Gonzalo Nieto Feliner, Real Jardín Botánico C.S.I.C., Madrid, Spain, nieto@rjb.csic.es Kathleen Pryer, Duke University, Durham, U.S.A., pryer@duke.edu Nicholas Turland, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, U.S.A. nicholas.turland@mobot.org Xian-Chun Zhang, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Beijing, P. R. China, zhangxc@ibcas.ac.cn

Staff Managing Secretary: Eva Senková, Bratislava, Slovak Republic, office@iapt-taxon.org Managing Editor: Berit Gehrke and Michael Pirie, Mainz, Germany, editors@iapt-taxon.org Production Editor: Franz Stadler, Vienna, Austria, production@iapt-taxon.org

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Participating Societies IAPT Research Grants Program in Plant Systematics The IAPT competitive grants program in plant systematics, with emphasis on funding students and young investigators in developing countries, but open to applicants world-wide. Maximum individual award is US $1,000.

Awarded grants 2016 Awardee, Country, Research Project Carolina GUERREIRO, Argentina, Systematic and phylogenetic studies in Chusquea (Poaceae, Bambusoideae, Bambuseae) Annelise FRAZÃO, Brazil, Phylogeny, taxonomic revision, floral evolution and biogeography of Tanaecium Sw. (Bignonieae, Bignoniaceae) Richard R. DUMILAG, Philippines, Systematics of Philippine Bangiales (Rhodophyta) Yoannis DOMINGUEZ, Cuba, Phylogeny and biogeography of Pinguicula L. (Lentibulariaceae) in the American continents Alice da Cruz Lima GERLACH, Brazil, Systematics of the lichen genus Usnea Adans (Parmeliaceae, Lichenized Ascomycetes, Fungi) in Southern Brazil: an integrative approach Itzi FRAGOSO-MARTINEZ, Mexico, Phylogeny and diversification of Salvia (Lamiaceae) in Mexico: unravelling an adaptive radiation Lu Thi NGAN, Vietnam, Phylogeny and systematics of Vietnamese Dryopteridaceae in a global context Viviana MOTATO-VÁSQUEZ, Brazil, Systematics of the phlebioid clade (Basidiomycota, Polyporales) in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest Augusto GIARETTA, Brazil, Evolution, systematics and biogeography of Eugenia subgen. Calycorectes (O.Berg) Mattos (Myrtaceae) Ana Clara IBÁÑEZ, Argentina, The role of pollinators in the floral diversification of the South American genus Salpichroa (Solanaceae) Cássia BITENCOURT, Brazil, Systematics and biogeography of Hemipogon (Apocynaceae): implications for the phyloconservation of rupestrian grasslands and savannas Mabel LIZARAZU, Argentina, Phylogeny, biogeography, and systematic of the genus Heterosperma Cav. (Asteraceae, Coreopsideae) Prabha AMARASINGHE, Sri Lanka, Integrating phylogenetics and ecological niche models to determine drivers of diversification of the genus Memecylon (Melastomataceae) Lucas Cardoso MARINHO, Brazil, Phylogeny of tovomitoid group and revision of Tovomita Aubl. (Clusiaceae) Juan Camilo OSPINA, Colombia, Phylogeny and biogeography of the genus Flourensia (Asteraceae, Heliantheae) Luciana SALOMON, Argentina, Revision and phylogeny of Senecio ser. Hualtatini (Senecioneae, Asteraceae) Slavica TOFILOVSKA, Macedonia, Evolutionary history of the genus Cyclotella in Lake Ohrid Nicolás MEDINA, Colombia, Phylogenetic insights into the New World strangler figs (Ficus subgen. Urostigma sect. Americana): testing for hybridization and introgression Andre Vito SCATIGNA, Brazil, Systematics of Gratioleae (Plantaginaceae): the disintegration of Stemodia L. Blaise BIKANDU, R.D. Congo, Solanaceae in Central Africa The Dan Nicolson Fund has made possible giving an additional Grant to: Avik RAY, India, Evolution across eastern and north-east Himalaya: the case of Rhododendron

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Society of Herbarium Curators AFFIRMING HERBARIA’S VITAL ROLE ABOUT The Society of Herbarium Curators (SHC) is an organization for discussion, action and support of herbaria. Created in 2005 in the southeastern United States, the SHC mission is to unite herbaria across the nation and around the world. AWARDS Deadline: 1 Feb Scope: Two $500 (graduate) and one $250 (undergraduate) will be awarded to students whose research contributes to or uses herbarium resources in ways that augment the collections. REGIONAL CHAPTERS Chapters are forming to foster long-term governance of initiatives set forth by regional herbaria. NEWSLETTER Bi-annual publication promotes community by informing members of upcoming elections, featured herbaria, floristic studies and other research projects, comings and goings in the herbarium community, herbaria in need of assistance, gifts, loans, and exchanges, and memorable collecting trips or other anecdotes of interest. ANNUAL MEETING General membership meetings are held at the annual Botany meetings. Open to all. MEMBERSHIP Annual dues: Student ($5 USD), Regular ($10), Sustaining ($25), Life ($200). www.herbariumcurators.org Twitter: @socherbcurators Find us on Facebook!

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The American Bryological and Lichenological Society (ABLS)

The American Bryological and Lichenological Society was founded in 1898. The organization is dedicated to the scientific study of all aspects of the biology of bryophytes and gical and Lichenological Society (ABLS) gical and Lichenological Society was founded 1898.isThe organization dedicated to the lichen-forming fungi inand one of the isnation’s oldest professional botaniaspects of the biology of bryophytes and lichen-forming fungi and is one of the nation’s oldest cal societies. Membership is open to all persons (professionals and amaal societies. Membership is open to all persons (professionals and amateurs) with interest in with interest in bryophytes and lichens. Our society website (www. ens. Our societyteurs) website (www.abls.org) provides additional information about the society, ed resources, and blogs about interesting topics. Approximately 500 individuals currently abls.org) provides additional information abouthold the society, awards, links ociety. to related resources, and blogs about interesting topics. Approximately 500 BLS Constitutionindividuals and By-Laws govern the operations of the Society and revised in currently hold membership inwere the last Society. information about membership, meetings, finances, prohibitions, officers, publications,

Constitution - The ABLS Constitution and By-Laws govern the operations

elected every other year by open ballot. The current a president, presidentof the Society and wereofficers last include revised in 2015. They provide information nd a treasurer. The society is governed by an Executive Committee that includes the above about membership, meetings, finances, prohibitions, officers, publicaster, the chair of the Financial Advisory Committee, the two journal editors, the two most s, and 3 members-at-large – including aand student member at large. tions, awards, dues.

s - A directory of current members, information about membership dues, and applications to Society officers are elected nd on the ABLS website’s membership services page (http://abls.allenpress.com/ABLS/).

every other year by open ballot. The current officers include a ds annual meetings in July or August. Field trips are traditionally offered in conjunction with president-elect, a secretary, and a Annual meetings are often held jointly with the Botanical Societypresident, of America or with meetings cieties. Support for student travel to annual meetings is available.treasurer. The society is governed by an Executive Committee that includes the above the Society gives three awards to recognize distinguished contributions to bryology and officers, the chair of the Fi. Sharp Award, is given to a student for an outstanding presentation at the the annualwebmaster, meeting; Sullivant Award, is given for the best original research article in bryology, published in The nancial Advisory Committee, the two journal Edward Tuckerman Award, is given for the best original research article in lichenology, editors, the two most recent past presidents, ologist. The society also provides up to four awards to student members for support of field and 3 members-at-large – including a studentfor member at and large. ciety publishes both a quarterly international journal (The Bryologist) professionals a

nal (Evansia) for both amateurs and professionals. More information about these items can be tions page of the ABLS website (www.abls.org).

- The Society also sponsors 3 specimen exchanges (lichens, hepatics, and mosses), to help Membership Services ntified specimens from diverse geographic regions.

- A directory of current members, information about membership dues, and applications to join ABLS may be found on the ABLS website’s membership services page (http://abls.allenpress.com/ABLS/).

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Meetings - ABLS holds annual meetings in July or August. Field trips are traditionally offered in conjunction with the annual meeting. Annual meetings are often held jointly with the Botanical Society of America or with meetings of other biological societies. Support for student travel to annual meetings is available. Awards - Each year, the Society gives three awards to recognize distinguished contributions to bryology and lichenology: The A. J. Sharp Award, is given to a student for an outstanding presentation at the annual meeting; the William Starling Sullivant Award, is given for the best original research article in bryology, published in The Bryologist; and the Edward Tuckerman Award, is given for the best original research article in lichenology, published in The Bryologist. The society also provides up to four awards to student members for support of field research projects. Publications - The Society publishes both a quarterly international journal (The Bryologist) for professionals and a smaller regional journal (Evansia) for both amateurs and professionals. More information about these items can be found on the publications page of the ABLS website (www. abls.org). Specimen Exchanges - The Society also sponsors 3 specimen exchanges (lichens, hepatics, and mosses), to help members acquire identified specimens from diverse geographic regions.

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The American Fern Society evolved from the Linnaean Fern Chapter of the Agassiz Association, which was founded in 1892 by five people united by their mutual interest in the study of ferns. At that time the Agassiz Association published the quarterly Linnaean Fern Bulletin, which contained original research, reports of field trips and floristic discoveries, and business and news. Because the Chapter was so small, it allowed W. N. Clute, its first president, to assume ownership of the Bulletin. By mid-1905, when a vote to adopt the name American Fern Society passed, 150 members were counted, few of them professional botanists. A member’s library was begun to circulate fern books by mail. In 1910, the Society voted to establish and own the American Fern Journal, and the Bulletin ceased publication in 1912. The Society grew fitfully through several decades and then rapidly due to the invigoration of botanical science after World War II. A fern spore exchange was established to provide amateur horticulturalists and botanical researchers with a wide variety of fern spores. By the 1970s, the Journal published mostly scientific papers, and so a newsletter, now called Fiddlehead Forum, was established to carry Society news, reports of field trips, and articles of interest to horticulturally and floristically inclined members. In 1979, a very occasional monograph series, Pteridologia, was begun. At present the Society has about 800 members, many of them botanists. The American Fern Society remains active in promoting all aspects of fern study, which was the intent of its five founders. Visit us at http://amerfernsoc.org and join the American Fern Society group on Facebook.

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101 - University of Chicago Press 102 - CSIRO - Stylus Publishing 103 - Society of Herbarium Curators 104 - The Copper Acorn 105 - IAPT 106 - Southern Section of BSA 201 - MYcroarray 202 - JStor 203 - Flora North America 204 - USVH - Somaliland Biodiversity Foundation 205 - ASPT 206 - Aurora Storage, Inc 301 - CID Bio Science 302 - Conviron 303 - Macroscopic Solutions 304 - American Fern Society 304 - Wiki Education Foundation 306 - Botanical Society of America

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Be Sure to Visit and Support 0ur Exhibitors! AFS....................................................................................................304 http://amerfernsoc.org/

ASPT.................................................................................................205 http://www.aspt.net

Aurora Storage Products, Inc...........................................................206 http://www.aurorastorage.com/

BioChambers....................................................................................503 http://www.biochambers.com/

Blue Beehive Studio..........................................................................504 https://www.etsy.com/shop/BlueBeehiveStudio Blue Beehive Studio was created by Melissa A. Moore. Inspired by her graduate background in biology, she breathes new life into scientific shapes, symbols, and curiosities by transforming them into functional pieces of jewelry and art.

BRIT.................................................................................................505 http://www.brit.org/ BRIT Press strives to further the conservation mission of its parent institution, Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT), through innovation and excellence in the preparation, manufacture, and worldwide distribution of botanical research and scientific discoveries for the twenty-first century. For over five decades, BRIT has served the scientific and lay communities through its scholarly periodical Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas (formerly, Sida, Contributions to Botany) and through books devoted to comprehensive botanical studies ranging from floras to systematic monographs to botanical histories. BRIT Press… Bringing out the best in botanical science for plant conservation and education.

BSA...................................................................................................306 www.botany.org

Cambridge University Press.............................................................506 www.cambridge.org

Castanea: Journal of the Southern Appalachian Botanical Society.....403 http://sabs.appstate.edu/publications/castanea The Southern Appalachian Botanical Club was formed in 1935 at West Virginia University for “all persons interested in the botany of the Southern Appalachian Mountains” and in January 1936 the first issue of their journal was issued as The Journal of the Southern Appalachian Botanical Club. Today, the name and purpose has changed slightly to the Southern Appalachian Botanical Society (SABS) with its focus on the botany of the eastern states. The membership includes professional and amateur botanists from across the country who are interested in eastern botany, in the journal (Castanea), and in the activities of the society.

CID Bio Science................................................................................301 https://www.cid-inc.com/ CID Bio-Science designs, engineers, and manufactures instruments for plant scientists. From photosynthesis analysis and leaf area measurement, to leaf spectroscopy and root imaging, our portable, durable tools provide the data you need wherever you need it— from inside the lab to out in the field. To learn more or make an appointment to meet with us, visit Booth #301, or contact us at sales@cid-inc.com.

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Exhibitors Conviron...........................................................................................302 http://www.conviron.com/ Conviron is the world leader in the design, manufacture and installation of controlled environment systems for plant science and agricultural biotechnology research. Conviron’s reach-in plant growth chambers, walk-in rooms and Argus Control Systems (a Conviron company) provide precise, uniform, and repeatable control of temperature, light, humidity, dehumidification, CO2, and other environmental conditions. All environmental parameters can be remotely programmed, monitored and analyzed with unparalleled accuracy and convenience. With installations in more than 90 countries, Conviron’s projects range from small single-chamber installations to large scale, multi-chamber facilities in some of the most prestigious corporate, university and research institutions around the world. Our innovative design and manufacturing expertise has established Conviron as the industry leader with products that are proven, reliable and robust. Learn more at www.conviron.com or contact us at info@conviron.com

CSIRO -Stylus...................................................................................102 http://www.csiro.au/ CSIRO PUBLISHING operates as an independent science and technology publisher with a global reputation for quality products and services. Our internationally recognised publishing programme covers a wide range of scientific disciplines, including agriculture, the plant and animal sciences, health and environmental management. Our product range includes journals, books and magazines. We publish content in print and online, and our editorial standards and production methods are at the forefront of e-publishing standards.

DENT-EQ.........................................................................................501 http://www.dent-eq.com/ We are manufacturers of Glass Bead Sterilizers used to sterilize metal instruments in various types of research including Molecular/Cellular Biology, Biotechnology, Genetic, Botany, Tissue Culture, etc. (Complete product information on http://www. dent-eq.com/glass-bead-sterilizers.php )Our units have been supplied to more than 28 countries, to both universities and private organizations. Units are compact enough to be placed in a LF bench, or tabletop, and provide 100% sterility to instruments being sterilized (test report on http://www.dent-eq.com/product-comparision.pdf ) Contact info: Dent-Eq, Tel: (615) 513-8842/(615) 357-7572, or email: denteq@dent-eq.com

Flora North America........................................................................203 http://floranorthamerica.org/

IAPT.................................................................................................105 http://www.iapt-taxon.org/index_layer.php

iDigBio..............................................................................................602 https://www.idigbio.orgs iDigBio is the national resource for digitized information about existing, vouchered natural history collections and as such promotes the uses of biological/paleontological collections data by the scientific community and stakeholders including government agencies, educational institutions, NGOs, and other national and international entities to benefit science and society through enhanced research, educational, and outreach activities.

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Exhibitors Jones and Bartlett Learning.............................................................502 https://www.jblearning.com/ Jones & Bartlett Learning is a world-leading provider of instructional, assessment, and learning-performance management solutions for the secondary education, post-secondary education, and professional markets. Our educational programs and services improve learning outcomes and enhance student achievement by combining authoritative content with innovative, proven, and engaging technology applications.

JSTOR...............................................................................................202 http://about.jstor.org/ JSTOR is an ever-growing digital library of journals, e-books, and primary sources, with more than 65 million pages of content. It offers collections of archival journals, subscriptions to current issues, e-books, and primary sources all on one easy-to-use platform. In 2013 JSTOR launched Global Plants, an award-winning communitycontributed database that’s the largest of its kind. 270+ herbaria worldwide have pooled their resources and research into the database, amounting to more two million high-resolution type specimens, paintings, drawings, and more. Global Plants is an essential primary source for institutions supporting research and teaching in botany, ecology, and conservation studies. Learn more at plants.jstor.org or contact us directly at participation@jstor.org.

LI-COR Biosciences.........................................................................401 https://www.licor.com/ Come visit LI-COR’s booth #401 at this years’ Botany conference to talk about our instruments for environmental research, including the exciting new LI-6800 Portable Photosynthesis System. The LI-6800 features improved gas analyzer precision, light source uniformity, flow path design, environmental controls, and a larger leaf aperture, coupled with a touch screen interface that provides real-time guidance from the instrument. The LI-6800 sets a new global standard for gas exchange and fluorescence measurements in every aspect. We will also have information about the LI-COR Environmental Education Fund (LEEF), a matching grants program developed to put research-grade instrumentation into the hands of undergraduate students at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions. Available LEEF packages include complete systems for measuring photosynthesis or respiration, Eddy Covariance, light, and soil gas flux.

Macroscopic Solutions.....................................................................303 https://macroscopicsolutions.com/ Macroscopic Solutions provides high resolution imaging services and technologies. The Macropod Pro product line are portable devices that can be used to record everything from outcrops and field sites to lab samples (including thin sections/slides, specimens in solutions, etc) in color, as small as 1 micron, and by non-destructive methods. Macroscopic Solutions provides the Macropod Pro as an all-in-one portable professional imaging set-up to conduct high quality field and lab-based professional 3D imagery, making it a fantastic tool for research, education and outreach. They will be demonstrating this technology throughout the duration of the conference.

Martin Microscope...........................................................................606 Celebrating our 70th year in business, Martin Microscope Company is a leading distributor of microscopes and digital microscopy equipment. Please visit www. martinmicroscope.com and click the Botany 2016 link to view all of the equipment we are demonstrating.

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Exhibitors Missouri Botanical Garden Press....................................................601 www.mbgpress.org The Missouri Botanical Garden Press plays a key role in the Garden’s mission to discover and share knowledge about plants and their environment and provides an important outlet for the dissemination of botanical research. The Press publishes two peer-reviewed quarterly journals—Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden and Novon, A Journal for Botanical Nomenclature—in addition to book-length titles and monographs, primarily in plant systematics and evolution.

MYcroarray.......................................................................................201 http://www.mycroarray.com MYcroarray is a leading manufacturer of affordable, custom oligonucleotide probes for genomic & molecular biology applications, including custom baitsets for insolution NGS target enrichment, FISH probe libraries, DNA oligo pools, synthetic biology products, and microarrays. We also offer in-house services for outsourcing your next NGS project, for any organism and any project scale. We are “The Oligo Library Company,” and will assist you in developing the right custom product for your experimental design. Ann Arbor, MI, USA – Web: www.mycroarray.com – Email: info@mycroarray.com – Phone: 1-734-998-0751

New York Botanical Garden Press...................................................603 http://www.nybgpress.org NYBG Press is one of the largest publishing programs of any independent botanical garden in the world and provides a means for communication of research carried out by scientists at the New York Botanical Garden and elsewhere. Established in 1896, the program focuses on advancements in knowledge about the classification, utilization, and conservation of plants and fungi. For information on available book titles, please visit NYBGPress.org

Nordic Journal of Botany.................................................................405 http://www.nordicjbotany.org Nordic Journal of Botany publishes original contributions on all aspects of the taxonomy, evolution, conservation and biogeography of plants (including algae and bryophytes) and fungi. Nordic Journal of Botany was founded in 1981 and is published by the Nordic Society Oikos, which is constituted by members of Oikos Societies in the Nordic countries. Nordic Journal of Botany has no publication fee, aims to have a fast handling time and has a Journal Impact factor of 0,92 (2015). NJB publishes 6 issues annually and welcomes botanical studies from all countries. Follow us on social media (FB & Twitter: @NordicJBotany, Weibo: Nordic_Journal_of_Botany).

Planting Science...............................................................................406 http://www.plantingscience.org/

Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections..........402 http://www.spnhc.org/

Society of Herbarium Curators........................................................103 http://www.herbariumcurators.org/

Southeastern Section of the BSA.....................................................106

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Exhibitors Taylor and Francis............................................................................604 http://www.tandfonline.com Taylor & Francis Group partners with researchers, scholarly societies, universities and libraries worldwide to bring knowledge to life. As one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, ebooks and reference works spanning all areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioural Sciences, Science, and Technology and Medicine. Taylor & Francis Group publishes more than 1,700 journals and around 3,200 new books each year. We are providers of quality information and knowledge that enable our customers to perform their jobs efficiently, continue their education, and help contribute to the advancement of their chosen markets.

The Copper Acorn............................................................................104 http://thecopperacorn.weebly.com/

To Soil Less.......................................................................................605 http://tosoilless.com To Soil Less is a family owned start up that founded the modern day science of geological agriculture; the study of growing plants in rocks absent of soil and fertilizers. Through its patented process, TSL is able to show society how to successfully grow plants in rocks anywhere in the world permanently. Known as gravel gardening, benefits include: No fertilizer and soil use, less watering and weeding, self-composting, durable, sustainable, cost efficient, attractive and nutritious. Although TSL has taken the first step in identifying the science, botanists are required to bring clarity and refinement for global food security. www.tosoilless.com

Torrey Botanical Society..................................................................404 http://www.torreybotanical.org/

University Chicago Press..................................................................101 http://www.press.uchicago.edu/index.html

USVH/Somaliland Biodiversity Foundation...................................204 http://www.usvhproject.org http://www.somalilandbiodiversity.org

Wiki Education Foundation............................................................305 https://wikiedu.org The Wiki Education Foundation is a non-profit organization providing tools and services to support university instructors as they assign their students to write for Wikipedia. At the booth, staff will provide instructional materials, advise on assignment best practices, and promote the Wikipedia Year of Science.

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Scientific Program FRIDAY, JULY 29TH 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Conference Registration Opens

River Concourse

SATURDAY, JULY 30TH 7:00 AM - 9:30 AM Continental Breakfast Field Trips & Registration River Concourse 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Conference Registration

River Concourse

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Exhibit Hall open to Hang Posters

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Coffee Break

River Concourse

3:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Coffee Break

River Concourse

Exhibit Hall

5:30 PM - 10:00 PM Botanical Society of America Board Meeting and Dinner To be Announcd

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SUNDAY, JULY 31ST 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Continental Breakfast Field Trips & Registration

River Concourse

7:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Conference Registration

River Concourse

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Field Trips & Botany in Action Leave River Concourse

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

WS01 Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing 204 Straub, Shannon C.K.* - Fishbein, Mark - Liston, Aaron

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

WS02 IUCN Red List Assessment Training & Bioblitz 205 Chau, Marian M.

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

WS03 Using Digitized Herbarium Data in Research; A Crash Course 101 Soltis, Pamela  S.

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

BSA Investment Committee

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

WS04 Constructing morphological character matrices from taxonomic descriptions using new software approaches Endara, Lorena* - Burleigh, Gordon - Cui, Hong

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

WS05 Using Visual Learning to Improve Comprehension Kirchoff, Bruce K

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

WS06 Web-Based Retrieval Practice as a Self-Directed Study Tool for Students in Botany and Plant Taxonomy. Proctor, Niels

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

WS07 Assembly and analysis of genomic RADseq data using ipyrad Eaton, Deren

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

WS20 Introduction to Botanical Drawing with Alice Tangerini 202 Tangerini, Alice

8:30 AM - 2:00 PM

ASPT Council Meeting

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Exhibit Hall Set-up

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

BSA Financial Advisory Committee

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104

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103

106

201 Exhibit Hall Gwinnett River Concourse


10:15 AM - 12:15 PM

WS08 Planting Inquiry in Science Classrooms Uno, Gordon - Sundberg, Marshall - Adams, Catrina*

10:15 AM - 12:15 PM

WS09 We are All Plumbers Now: Toolboxes for Building Unconventional STEM Career Pipelines Tuominen, L.K. - Theiss, Kathryn

203

10:15 AM - 12:15 PM

WS10 Tools for the International Botanist: Navigating the Nagoya Protocol Meyer, Rachel

105

10:15 AM - 12:15 PM WS10A Integrating RNA-seq Into Undergraduate Teaching Cahoon, Bruce - Baker, Stokes S*

106

104

10:15 AM - 12:15 PM

WS14 Targeted next-gen sequencing for plant phylogenomics 103 Mandel, Jennifer R* - Dikow, Rebecca - Funk, Vicki

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

BSA Public Policy Committee Meeting

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

BSA International Affairs Committee

200

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Human Diversity in Botany Meeting

102

12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Presentation Ready Room

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

BSA Technology Committee Meeting

Gwinnett

Green 200

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM WS11 Applying to Graduate School: Tips for Success Oglethrope Auditorium Monfils, Anna K* - Sakai, Ann 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

WS12 Transcriptome analyses for non-model plants: phylogenomics and more Smith, Stephen* - Moore, Michael - Yang, Ya Pease, James - Walker, Joseph

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

WS13 Workshop Making a Visual Key: A Lab Exercise with Practical Consequences Kirchoff, Bruce K

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

BSA Publications Committee Meeting

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Coffee Break

3:15 PM - 5:00 PM

BSA Council Meeting

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105

Gwinnett River Concourse 200


3:15 PM - 5:15 PM WS15 Crafting an effective elevator speech and Communicating Broader Impacts of Your Work: A Workshop for Students and PostDocs Oglethorpe Auditorium McDonnell, Angela Jean 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Student Conference Assistants Orientation Chatham Ballroom 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

BSA Development Committee Meeting

Gwinnett

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

American Fern Society Council Meeting

102

5:15 PM - 7:00 PM Barkworth, Mary

WS16 The U.S. Virtual Herbarium Project

105

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

BSA Education Committee Meeting

201

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

PLANTS Student & Mentor Orientation

Tondee's

7:30 PM - 8:30 PM Plenary Lecture - Carl Zimmer Chatham Ballroom Plants Are Weird: Epigenetics, Journalism, and the Alien Beauty of Botany

8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

All Society Mixer

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MONDAY, AUGUST 1ST 6:00 AM - 11:55 PM

Botany 2016 Conference Office

Jasper

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Cornell Botanists and Friends Breakfast Westin Hotel

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM President's Breakfast Meeting and Discussion Chatham Ballroom - A 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Michigan Consortium of Botanists Breakfast Tondee's

7:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Registration Continental Breakfast

7:00 AM - 8:30 AM

AJB Editor's Breakfast

7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Presentation Ready Room

7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Conference Registration

8:00 AM - 11:45 AM 1 Contributed Papers Phylogenomics I Chair: Elizabeth Zimmer; Michael D. Martin

River Concourse Westin Hotel Green River Concourse

101

8:00

1001

Anderson, Benjamin* - Grierson, Pauline - Krauss, Siegfried - Thiele, Kevin - Barrett, Matthew Genotyping by sequencing in a 'spiny' species complex of Australian arid zone grasses (Triodia)

8:15

1002

Uribe-Convers, Simon* - Carlsen, Monica - Lagomarsino, Laura - Knox, Eric - Muchhala, Nathan C. Phylogenetic relationships of Burmeistera (Campanulaceae)—using high-throughput sequencing to improve resolution in a recent radiation

8:30

1003

Vatanparast, Mohammad* - Powell, Adrian - Sherman-Broyles, Sue Doyle, Jane - Doyle, Jeff - Egan, Ashley N. Phylogenomics of the Phaseoloid legumes: an introduction

8:45

1004

Mitchell, Nora* - Lewis, Paul - Lemmon, Emily - Lemmon, Alan R. Holsinger, Kent Seeing the Protea for the (gene) trees: anchored phylogenomics resolves relationships in a rapid radiation

9:00

1005

Barrett, Craig* - Sass, Chodon A phylogeographic approach to assessing plastid genome evolution in a non-photosynthetic orchid using targeted sequence capture -57-


9:15

1006

Zimmer, Elizabeth* - Taylor, W. Carl - Schafran, Peter - Johnson, Gabriel DNA sequences identify cryptic species of quillworts (Isoetes L.)

9:30

1007

Parks, Matthew* - Johnson, Matthew - Ruck, Elizabeth - Alverson, Andrew - Wickett, Norm Hitting the century mark in an understudied, hyper-diverse lineage: Transcriptome-based phylogenomic analyses across the diatoms (Bacillariophyta)

9:45

Break

10:15

1009

Willyard, Ann - Liston, Aaron Multilocus phylogenetics of Pinus subsection Australes

10:30

1010

Fragoso-Martínez, Itzi* - Salazar, Gerardo A. - Martí­nez-Gordillo, Martha - Magallón, Susana - Lemmon, Alan R. - Moriarty Lemmon, Emily - Moreno-Letelier, Alejandra A pilot study applying the Plant Anchored Hybrid Enrichment method to New World sages (Salvia subgenus Calosphace; Lamiaceae)

10:45

1011

Granados Mendoza, Carolina* - Salazar, Gerardo A. - Hagsater, Eric van der Berg, Cassio - Magallón, Susana - Moriarty Lemmon, Emily Lemmon, Alan R. Enhanced phylogenetic resolution of the highly-diverse Neotropical genus Epidendrum (Orchidaceae) using Anchored Hybrid Enrichment

11:00

1012

Foster, Charles* - Sauquet, Herve - van der Merwe, Marlien McPherson, Hannah - Rossetto, Maurizio - Ho, Simon Evaluating the impact of genomic data and priors on Bayesian estimates of the angiosperm evolutionary timescale

11:15

1013

Lin, Qianshi* - Lam, Vivienne K. Y. - Gomez, Marybel Soto - Marques, Isabel - Merckx, Vincent - Graham, Sean W. Mitochondrial phylogenomics of mycoheterotrophic lineages of monocots

11:30

1014

Martin, Michael D.* - Wales, Nathan - Madrigal, Jazmí­n R. - Hansen, Anders J. - Mundy, John - Petersen, Gitte - Seberg, Ole - Gilbert, M. Thomas P. Phylogenomics and transcriptomics of Galápagos daisy trees (Scalesia)

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8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 2 Contributed Papers Evolution and Development Chair: Jim Leebens-Mack

200

8:00

2001

Little, Stefan Allan* - Sauquet, Herve Evolution of floral transcriptomes in Magnoliidae

8:15

2002

Di Stilio, Veronica S The ABC model of flower development in non-core eudicots: a functional synthesis from studies in the ranunculid Thalictrum thalictroides

8:30

2003

Landis, Jacob Brian* - Soltis, Douglas - Soltis, Pamela  S. Comparative transcriptomic analysis of the evolution and development of flower size differences in Saltugilia (Polemoniaceae)

8:45

2004

Khojayori, Farahnoz* - Zhang, Jingbo - Kramer, Elena - Davis, Charles C. - Zhang, Wenheng Divergence of CYC2-like genes correlates with reversal to floral actinomorphy in Brachylophon curtisii Oliver (Malpighiaceae)

9:00

2005

Berger, Brent* - Thompson, Veronica - Lim, Aedric - Ricigliano, Vincent - Howarth, Dianella Elaboration of bilateral symmetry across Knautia macedonica capitula related to changes in ventral petal expression of CYCLOIDEAlike genes

9:15

2006

Rajewski, Alex* - Maheepala, Dinusha C. - Baghaei, Arman - Litt, Amy Role of FRUITFULL in the Evolution of Fleshy Fruits: Optimizing Solanaceae Tissue Culture to Generate Stable Transgenic Knockout Lines

9:30

2007

Maheepala, Dinusha C.* - Macon, Jenna - Litt, Amy The function of FRUITFULL genes in fleshy fruit development

9:45

Break

10:15

2009

Hao-Chun, Hsu* - Wen-Chieh, Chou - Yan-Fu, Kuo Understanding the Floral Shape Integration and Modularity in Sinningia: Using a 3D Geometric Morphometric Approach

10:30

2010

Harkess, Alex - Leebens-Mack, Jim* Identifying Sex Determination Genes on the Young Asparagus Y Chromosome

10:45

2011

Zhu, Chuanmei - Box, Mathew - Goad, David - McKain, Michael Kellogg, Elizabeth Anne* Evolution and function of CLE genes and the control of meristem size in grasses -59-


11:00

2012

Whipple, Clinton* - Guo, Jinyan - Thayer, Rachel Bracts, Branches and Boundaries: signaling centers and the evolution of inflorescence architecture in the grasses

11:15

2013

Nikolov, Lachezar Atanasov* - Kwantes, Michiel - Perez, Miguel Anton Gan, Xiangchao - Tsiantis, Miltos Genetic underpinnings of leaf diversity in the mustard family (Brassicaceae)

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 3 Contributed Papers Ecophysiology Chair: Jorge Lopez-Portillo; Anitra Thorhaug

104

8:00

3001

Davis, Avery* - Aguirre, Natalie - Nelson, Sarah - Borges, Adriana Pierce, Emily - Gilderman, Gina - Sauer, Kaitlyn - Morales, Frida Taylor, Mariah - Palmeri, Gabriella - Holmlund, Helen - Davis, Stephen Darrel Historic Drought in California Is Linked to Fungal-Induced Dieback in a Keystone Chaparral Species

8:15

3002

Schenk, H. Jochen* - Espino, Susana - Papahadjopoulos-Sternberg, Brigitte - Zuo, Yi Y. - Jansen, Steven How can plants transport water under negative pressure?

8:30

3003

Chatelet, David - Sack, Lawren - Scoffoni, Christine - Edwards, Erika Donoghue, Michael* The evolution of stem anatomy in Viburnum (Adoxaceae) and its significance for plant function

8:45

3004

Caudle, Keri* - Hilt, Christina - Smart, Cera - Urban, Adam - Kramer, Diedre - Martin, Nicole - Baer, Sara - Johnson, Loretta - Maricle, Brian 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

9:00

3005

Mocko, Kerri* - Jones, Cynthia S. Functional traits and drought physiology of geophyte seedlings represent more than one “functional group�

9:15

3006

Tixier, Aude Long distance Transport and mobilization of remote carbohydrates for the bud break during spring. A case study in walnut

9:30

3007

Kana Huisa, Elizabeth* - Schafran, Peter Analysis of morphological and anatomical characteristics of stomata of Isoetes hyemalis D. F. Brunt.

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9:45

Break

10:15

3009

Ewers, Frank Does the osmolality of mangrove xylem sap decrease as stomata close and water potential increases?

10:30

3010

Martin, Nicole - Maricle, Brian* Species-specific enzymatic tolerance of sulfide toxicity in plant roots

10:45

3011

Olukoya, Busayo - Sakpere, Ayobola Moninuola* Effect of Water Stress on the Growth and Phytochemical Content of Clerodendrum volubile (Beauv.) at Different Growth Stages

11:00

3012

Boyd, Jennifer* - Raymond, Gregory - Call, Geoff - Pistrang, Mark Adaptive leaf-level physiology exhibited by the rare terrestrial orchid Platanthera integrilabia across contrasting habitats

11:15

3013

Cary, Katharine* - Pittermann, Jarmila Leaf and xylem function under extreme nutrient deficiency: an example from the pygmy forest

11:30

3014

Feder, ZoĂŤ* - Muller, Clare - Drenovsky, Rebecca - Moore, Michael Infrared spectroscopy reveals a striking pattern of foliar gypsum accumulation among Chihuahuan Desert gypsophiles

11:45

Unsubmitted Abstract

8:00 AM - 12:30 PM SY01 Symposium The importance of communicating science Chair: Andrea D. Wolfe

Chatham Ballroom - B

8:00 Introduction 8:15

SY01002 Uno, Gordon Science Literacy in the General Public and in the Classroom: What Is Our Message?

8:45

SY01003 Armstrong, Joseph E The challenges of effectively communicating science to almost everybody

9:15

SY01004 Verdolin, Jennifer Why Does it Matter?: Communicating Science to Make it Relevant

9:45

SY01005 Wolfe, Andrea D. The Importance of Visual Storytelling in Communicating Science

10:15

Break -61-


10:45 SY01007 Holsinger, Kent Getting more than 20 strangers to care about your research: Why would you want to? 11:15 SY01008 Martine, Chris #SciComm, media relations, and a botanist on Mars: How to get more than 20 strangers to hear about your latest research when it’s not published in Nature or Science 11:45 SY01009 Soltis, Pamela  S.* - James, Shelley Communicating Science through Action: Technology-Enabled Citizen Science 12:15 Discussion 8:15 AM - 11:30 AM 5 Paleobotany Student Awards Chair: Wilson A. Taylor

Contributed Papers

204

8:15

5001

Pfeiler, Kelly C.* - Tomescu, Alexandru An anatomically preserved Early Devonian rhyniopsid from the Battery Point Formation (Gaspé, Canada)

8:30

5002

Toledo, Selin* - Tomescu, Alexandru The rise of euphyllophyte structural complexity – a conceptual framework and updated timeline

8:45

5003

Fryer, Emma R.* - Tomescu, Alexandru Conifer wood from the Lower Cretaceous of northern California: implications for Protocedroxylon taxonomy

9:00

5004

Abidi, Shayda* - Tomescu, Alexandru An anatomically preserved marsileaceous sporocarp from the Lower Cretaceous of northern California (Budden Canyon Formation, Barremian-Aptian boundary)

9:15

5005

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

9:30

5006

Atkinson, Brian A* - Stockey, Ruth A - Rothwell, Gar W Initial radiation of asterids: earliest cornalean fossils

9:45

Break

10:15

Matsunaga, Kelly* - Smith, Selena - Manchester, Steven - Kapgate, Dashrath Revisiting Viracarpon, an enigmatic fossil monocot from the late Maastrichtian-early Danian Deccan Intertrappean Beds of India

5008

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10:30

5009

Allen, Sarah Reconstructing the local vegetation of the Early Eocene Blue Rim site of southwestern Wyoming—incorporating new data from fossil woods

10:45

5010

Bippus, Alexander Cole* - Tomescu, Alexandru Tiny ecosystems: bryophytes and other biotic interactions around an osmundaceous fern from the Eocene of Patagonia

11:00

5011

Liu, Xiaoyan* - Wang, Yongdong - Jin, Jianhua Eocene Osmunda L. fossil fronds, sporangia and spores from South China and their implications for biogeography

11:15

5012

Nelson, Chris W.* - Jud, Nathan A A new species of Mammea (Calophyllaceae) from the lower Miocene of Panama with comments on biogeography and phylogeny

8:30 AM - 11:30 AM 6 Contributed Papers Ecology Section: Population Biology Chair: Charlotte Germain-Aubrey; Thomas Hancock

201

8:30

6001

Germain-Aubrey, Charlotte* - Allen, Julie - Guralnick, Robert - Laffan, Shawn - Mishler, Brent D. - Neubig, Kurt Maximillian - Soltis, Douglas Majure, Lucas C. - Soltis, Pamela  S. Using museum specimens to refine species distribution models: The Florida Plant Diversity Project

8:45

6002

Marchant, Blaine* - Soltis, Douglas E - Soltis, Pamela  S. Patterns of abiotic niche shifts in allopolyploids relative to their progenitors

9:00

6003

Hodel, Richard G* - Soltis, Pamela  S. - Soltis, Douglas E Projecting the potential future distributions of three mangrove species in Florida and beyond using ecological niche modeling

9:15

6004

Medeiros, Ian* - Rajakaruna, Nishanata Serpentinite Outcrops Do Not Support a (Particularly) Distinctive Biota in Western Massachusetts

9:30

6005

Jantzen, Johanna* - Whitten, W. Mark - Neubig, Kurt Maximillian Majure, Lucas C. - Soltis, Pamela  S. - Soltis, Douglas The effects of taxonomic and spatial scale on measures of phylogenetic diversity using a test case in Florida

9:45

Break

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10:15

6007

Park, Daniel S.* - Davis, Charles C. Does mating system predict the breadth of a plant’s niche?

10:30

6008

Hancock, Thomas* - Amico, Patrick Life history strategy of Hydrocotyle bonariensis growing on a southeastern (USA) barrier island

10:45

6009

Koptur, Suzanne* - Salas, Andrea Native and exotic Senna spp. (Fabaceae: Caesalpinioideae) of southern Florida: herbivore fauna in natural and urban areas

11:00

6010

Wood, James* - Freeman, Mary Water Velocity Regulates Herbivory Pressure On A Widespread Riverine Macrophyte

11:15

6011

Sawa, Fatima B.J.* - Zhigila, Daniel Andrawus - Abdul, Suleiman Chidibere, Chukwu Identity and Diversity of Woody species in Some Communities of Kebbi State, Nigeria

8:30 AM - 12:00 PM 7 Contributed Papers Pteridological Section/AFS Chair: Eric Schuettpelz

203

8:30

7001

Chambers, Sally* - Baiser, Benjamin - Sessa, Emily Butler Distributions and environmental divergences of Floridian ferns

8:45

7002

Pinson, Jerald* - Chambers, Sally - Sessa, Emily Butler Florida’s Sinkholes, and the Separation of Generations in Ferns

9:00

7003

Sosa, Karla* - Windham, Michael D. - Huiet, Layne - Yatskievych, George A. - Pryer, Kathleen A case of mistaken identity revealed as a new species of Cheilanthes s.s. (Pteridaceae)

9:15

7004

Pryer, Kathleen* - Windham, Michael D. - Huiet, Layne - Rothfels, Carl A small new genus uniting surprisingly disparate cheilanthoid ferns (Pteridaceae)

9:30

7005

Zhou, Xinmao* - Zhang, Li-Bing Phylogenetic relationships in lycophyte genus Selaginella based on the 18S-5.8S-26S rDNA

9:45

Break

10:15

Jorgensen, Stacy A* - Barker, Michael S Evolutionary history and population genomics of the allotetraploid lycophyte Selaginella rupincola

7007

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10:30

7008

Sundue, Michael A* - Poinar, George O. An extinct grammitid fern genus from Dominican amber, with revision of Grammitis succinea

10:45

7009

Zhang, Li-Bing* - Zhang, Liang - Schuettpelz, Eric - Rothfels, Carl Zhou, Xinmao - Gao, Xin-Fen Circumscription and phylogeny of the fern family Tectariaceae based on plastid and nuclear markers, with the description of two new genera: Draconopteris and Malaifilix (Tectariaceae)

11:00

7010

Xu, Xiaogang* - Zhang, Li-Bing A revison of the fern genus Pleocnemia (Dryopteridaceae)

11:15

7011

Nagalingum, Nathalie S.* - Gardner, Jessica - Perrie, Leon Phylogenetic identification of select lastreopsid ferns (Dryopteridaceae)

11:30

7012

Schuettpelz, Eric* - Schneider, Harald Toward a community-derived classification for lycopods and ferns

11:45 Discussion 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM SY02 Symposium The Odum Legacy: Plant Systems Across Scales Chair: L.K. Tuominen

Chatham Ballroom - C

8:30 SY02SUM Tuominen, L.K. The Odum Legacy: Plant Systems Across Scales 8:30

SY02001 Caomhanach, Nuala The Odum Brothers and Nature’s Pulsing Paradigm

9:00

SY02002 Wang, Jack P.* - Sederoff, Ronald R. - Chiang, Vincent L. Complete Proteomic Based Enzyme Reaction and Inhibition Kinetics Reveal How Monolignol Biosynthetic Enzyme Families Affect Metabolic-Flux and Lignin

9:30

Break

10:00 SY02004 Teskey, Robert* - McGuire, Mary Anne - Aubrey, Doug - Bloemen, Jasper - Steppe, Kathy Plants as integrated systems: Within-plant carbon transport and recycling 10:30 SY02005 Tuominen, L.K. Next-Generation Biosafety: Applying Holistic Ecology for Transgenic Risk Assessment 11:00 Discussion -65-


9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 8 Contributed Papers Bryology and Lichenology (ABLS) I Chair: Dale Vitt

205

9:00

8001

Smith, Robert J* - Jovan, Sarah - McCune, Bruce Twenty-five years of climate indication in lichen communities from Alaska to California

9:15

8002

Miller, Brittney* - La Farge, Catherine Yukon Ice Patches: Role of Ice-entombed Bryophytes in Alpine Environments

9:30

8003

Schuette, Scott* - Zimmerman, Ephraim - Podniesinski, Greg - Furedi, Mary Ann The Role of Bryophytes in Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability of Peatlands in Pennsylvania

9:45

8004

Will-Wolf, Susan* - Mark, Kristiina - Saag, Lauri - Leavitt, Steven D. Nelsen, Matthew P. - TĂ­Âľrra, Tiiu - Saag, Andres - Randlane, Tiina Lumbsch, H. Thorsten Potential studies on ecological patterns are suggested for the recently diversified Usnea section Usnea

10:00

8005

St Clair, Larry L* - Tratebas, Alice M Impact of Wildfire on Saxicolous Lichen Communities

10:15

Break

10:45

8007

Stark, Lloyd R* - Greenwood, Joshua L - Brinda, John C - Slate, Mandy Suprasaturated Shoots of Syntrichia norvegica are not Constitutively Desiccation Tolerant: Assessing Rate of Drying and Equilibrating Relative Humidity

11:00

8008

Baughman, Jenna T.* - Millette, Katelyn - Fisher, Kirsten M. Desert terraria: Characterization of a Mojave Desert moss community under quartz rocks

11:15

8009

Greenwood, Joshua L Exposure to slowly applied desiccating conditions hardens Physcomitrella patens against subsequent rapidly applied desiccation stress

11:30

8010

Vitt, Dale* - Graham, Jeremy The responses of Sphagnum fuscum to a gradient of increasing atmospheric nitrogen: Results of a 5-year study

11:45

8011

Wood, James* - Pattillo, Meryom - Freeman, Mary Organic Matter Retention and Insect Utilization of Seasonally Inundated Bryophytes in a Mid-order Piedmont River -66-


9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Spouse/Companion Breakfast

Chatham Ballroom - A

9:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Exhibit Hall Open

Exhibit Hall

9:45 AM - 10:15 AM

Coffee Break

Exhibit Hall

Canceled

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Annals of Botany Special Lecture Oglethrope Auditorium Mutualistic networks in the Galรกpagos Islands and how alien species modify their structure. Anna Traveset 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

California Botanists Brown Bag Luncheon

Tondee's

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Careers in Botany: Interactive Career Panel & Luncheon Chatham Ballroom - A 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Physiological Section Meeting and Lunch

104

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

American Fern Society Luncheon

106

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

APPS Editorial Board Meeting & Luncheon

Westin

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Society of Herbarium Curators Executive Board Meeting Gwinnett 1:30 PM - 5:15 PM 10 Contributed Papers Macroevolution Chair: Pamela Kathleen Diggle; John J. Schenk

202

1:30

10001

Fritsch, Peter W* - Lu, Lu - Peng, Ju - Bush, Catherine M - Wang, Hong - Zhang, Ming-Ying - Kron, Kathleen A - Li, De-Zhu Fruit evolution, lineage diversification, and biogeographical patterns in the circum-Pacific tribe Gaultherieae (Ericaceae)

1:45

10002

Schenk, John J.* - Sullivan, Melissa - Washburn, George - Franta, Roxanne - Chambers, Malinda Allometric relationships better explains seed coat microsculpture traits in Mentzelia section Bartonia (Loasaceae) than ecology or dispersal

2:00

10003

Livshultz, Tatyana* - Kaltenegger, Elisabeth - Ober, Dietrich Macroevolution of pyrrolizidine alkaloids in Apocynaceae: a case of defense de-escalation?

2:15

10004

Ng, Julienne* - Weaver, William - Laport, Robert Disentangling the roles of ecological and historical processes in structuring plant communities across the United States -67-


2:30

10005

Sauquet, Herve* - Reyes, Elisabeth - Nadot, Sophie - von Balthazar, Maria - Schoenenberger, Juerg Inferring rates of morphological evolution and their impact on ancestral state reconstruction: an empirical study based on floral traits

2:45

10006

Schenk, John J.* - Kontur, Sophie - Wilson, Hannah - Noble, McKayla Testing for ecological speciation in North American Paronychia (Caryophyllaceae)

3:00

10007

Lagomarsino, Laura* - Forrestel, Elisabeth - Davis, Charles C. The repeated evolution of vertebrate pollination syndromes in the centropogonid clade (Campanulaceae: Lobelioideae), a recently diverged Andean plant clade

3:15

Break

3:45

10009

Magallón, Susana* - Quandt, Dietmar - Krug, Michael - Lewis, Louise Lutzoni, Francois The diversification of green plants (Viridiplantae)

4:00

10010

Pokorny, Lisa* - Dodsworth, Steven - Utteridge, Timothy M. - Baker, William J. - Leitch, Ilia J. - Forest, Félix A community phylogenomics approach to the study of the origin and evolution of hyper-diverse SE Asian forests and implications for their conservation

Canceled 4:15

10011

Clement, Wendy L* - Stammer, Theodore J - Donoghue, Michael The evolution of endocarp shape in relation to seed dispersal strategies in Viburnum (Adoxaceae)

4:30

10012

Beaulieu, Jeremy M.* - O'Meara, Brian C. A way forward for trait-dependent models of diversification

4:45

10013

Testo, Weston* - Sundue, Michael A - Barrington, David Polyploidy does not influence rates of diversification across the fern phylogeny

5:00

10014

Diggle, Pamela Kathleen* - O'Meara, Brian C. - Smith, Stacey D. Armbruster, Scott - Harder, Lawrence D - Hardy, Christopher Hileman, Lena C - Hufford, Larry - Litt, Amy - Smith, Stephen Stevens, Peter - Magallón, Susana - Fenster, Charlie Non-equilibrium dynamics and floral trait interactions shape extant angiosperm diversity

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1:30 PM - 5:30 PM 11 Contributed Papers Genetics Chair: Ingrid Jordon-Thaden

105

1:30

11001

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

1:45

11002

Gross, Briana Exploring apple domestication genetics

2:00

11003

Johnson, Loretta* - Galliart, Matthew - Bello, Nora - Poland, Jesse St Amand, Paul - Knapp, Mary - Maricle, Brian - Baer, Sara - gibson, David Adaptive Ecotypic Variation and Genetic Divergence of an Ecologically Dominant Prairie Grass across the Great Plains’ Precipitation Gradient

2:15

11004

Ellwanger, Claire* - Steger, Laura - Fant, Jeremie Genetic assessment of management and restoration practices of the federally threatened orchid, Platanthera leucophaea (The eastern prairie fringed orchid)

2:30

11005

Mickley, James* - Schlichting, Carl Variation, heritability, and correlated selection in Phlox petal number

2:45

11006

Schwoch, Jaime A Clonal Adaptation in Mimmulus guttatus

3:00

11007

Ranathunge, Chathurani* - Wheeler, Gregory - Perkins, Andy - Welch, Mark Microsatellites as tuning knobs of adaptation: A study on the enrichment of microsatellites in differentially expressed genes across latitudinal populations of common sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)

3:15

Break

3:45

11009

Tripp, Erin A* - Zhuang, Yongbin - Stone, Heather Interspecific hybridization between two divergent Ruellia species yields first-generation hybrids that express novel Anthocyanin Biosynthetic Pathway genes

4:00

11010

Barthet, Michelle Marie* - Pierpont, Christopher Logan The impact of RNA editing and position of N-terminus on MatK maturase activity

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4:15

11011

Bird, Kevin* - Baseggio, Matheus - Gore, Michael - Robertson, Larry Pires, Joseph Chris - Labate, Joanne Population Genetics and Association Mapping of Nutritional Traits in the Vegetable Crop Brassica rapa

4:30

11012

Warner, Monica* - Theiss, Kathryn - Kephart, Susan Evaluating species differentiation in endangered rush lilies using population genetics

4:45

11013

Rodriguez-Pena, Rosa A.* - Wolfe, Andrea D. - Robbins, M.D. Johnson, Robert - L.A, Johnson - C.D., Anderson - N.J., Ricks - K.M., Farley - M.R., Steven Population genetics and geographic patterns among varieties of Penstemon scariosus

1:30 PM - 5:30 PM 12 Contributed Papers Rosids II/Basal Asterids & Asterids I part A Chair: Kunsiri Chaw Grubbs; Eric H Roalson

102

1:30

12001

Soltis, Douglas E* - Sun, Miao - Germain-Aubrey, Charlotte - Smith, Stephen - Soltis, Pamela  S. - Chen, Zhiduan - Folk, Ryan - Guralnick, Robert Wrestling with the rosids II: too big to nail--challenges in conducting comprehensive analyses in the angiosperms

1:45

12002

Byng, James W.* - Ahmad, Berhaman - Baider, Cláudia - Bernardini, Benedetta - Biffin, Edward - Brambach, Fabian - Burslem, David Chantaranothai, Pranom - Christenhusz, Maaten - Florens, Vincent Lucas, Eve - Rahajoe, Joeni - Ray, Avid - Ray, Rajasri - Smets, Erik Snow, Neil - Soh, Wuu Kuang - Strijk, Joeri - Sunarti, Siti - Widodo, Pudji - Wilson, Peter Syzygium (Myrtaceae): Monographing a taxonomic giant via 22 coordinated regional revisions

2:00

12003

Kriebel, Ricardo - Barrett, Marissa - Rose, Jeff - VanEe, Benjamin Berry, Paul - Sytsma, Ken* Floral shape evolution in Fuchsia (Onagraceae): combining phylogenetics, morphospace, and pollinator niches

2:15

12004

Grubbs, Kunsiri Chaw Examining the Origin of Edible Lansium domesticum Corrêa

2:30

12005

Whitlock, Barbara A.* - Richardson, James E. Contribution of mid-latitude lineages to the latitudinal gradient of diversity in Malvaceae

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2:45

12006

Sharber, Wyatt* - Whitlock, Barbara A. Independent evolution of trithecate anthers in Ayenia and Megatritheca (Malvaceae: Byttnerioideae)

3:00

12007

Horn, James W.* - Wurdack, Kenneth J. - Dorr, Laurence J. Phylogeny and diversification of Malvales

3:15

Break

3:45

12009

Roalson, Eric H* - Hall, Jocelyn C Revising generic concepts and interpreting patterns of adaptation and diversification in Cleomaceae

4:00

12010

Soza, Valerie Lynn* - Ramage, Elizabeth - Twyford, Alex - Argent, George - Hall, Benjamin Elucidating the tropical diversification of rhododendrons using RADseq

4:15

12011

Kron, Kathleen A* - Ghandforoush, Titian Phylogenetic Relationships of Caribbean and Central American blueberries (Vaccinieae, Ericaceae)

4:30

12012

Puente, Caroline* - Brown, Elizabeth A. - Crayn, Darren M. Evolution of variable sterility and pollen diversity in the Australian Ericaceae

4:45

12013

McDonnell, Angela Jean* - Fishbein, Mark Phylogeny and evolution of New World milkweed vines (Asclepiadoideae, Gonolobinae): a genome skimming and targeted enrichment approach

5:00

12014

McDonnell, Angela Jean* - Fishbein, Mark Phylogeny and evolution of the enigmatic flat milkweeds of Matelea subgenus Chthamalia (Asclepiadoideae, Gonolobinae)

5:15

12015

Groff, Paul A.* - Tiehm, Arnold - Whitlock, Barbara A. Gentianopsis and Gentiana in Nevada: old collections, new localities, and a new species

1:30 PM - 5:15 PM Physiology Chair: Arthur Schwartz 1:30

9001

9 Contributed Papers

104

Thorhaug, Anitra* - poulos, Helen Mills - Lopez-Portillo, Jorge - Ku, Tim C.W. - Berlyn, Graeme P. The Organic Sedimentary Carbon Losses from Seagrass in the Gulf of Mexico -71-


1:45

9002

Thorhaug, Anitra* - Poulos, Helen Mills Effect of Rivers on tropical seagrass: South Central Puerto Rico

2:00

9003

Vandenbrink, Joshua* - Kiss, John Z. A Novel Phototropic Response of Arabidopsis thaliana Roots to Blue Light Identified in Microgravity

2:15

9004

Robertson, Daniel Jordan* - Julias, Margaret - Cook, Douglas Geometric and Material Effects of Crowding Stress in Maize

2:30

9005

Cook, Douglas* - Julias, Margaret - Robertson, Daniel Jordan Forensic Analysis of Maize Stalk Lodging

2:45 Discussion

1:30 PM - 5:30 PM C1 Colloquium Chatham Ballroom - C Interactions of white-tailed deer and invasive plants in forests of eastern North America - Chair: Unknown 1:30

C1SUM Gorchov, David L Interactions of white-tailed deer and invasive plants in forests of eastern North America

1:45

C1001

Blossey, Bernd* - Dรกvalos, Andrea - Nuzzo, Victoria An indicator approach to capture impacts of white-tailed deer and other ungulates on native plant species presence, performance and demography

2:00

C1002

Averill, Kristine* - Mortensen, David - Smithwick, Erica Influence of white-tailed deer and forest fragmentation on invasive plants

2:15

C1003

Heberling, J. Mason* - Brouwer, Nathan L. - Kalisz, Susan Plant invasion mediated by deer overabundance: linking demographic patterns and ecophysiological mechanisms

2:30

C1004

Morrison, Janet Herb layer response to deer exclusion and staged plant invasion within suburban forests

2:45

C1005

Webster, Christopher* - Jenkins, Michael - Rock, Janet Plant invasions and deer overabundance in the woodlots of Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park

3:00

C1006

Waller, Don Separate and combined effects of deer and invasive plants on native forest plants

3:15 Discussion -72-


3:30

Break

4:00

C1009

Bourg, Norman* - McShea, William - Stewart, Chad M. Interactive Effects of Deer Exclusion and Exotic Plant Removal on Mid-Atlantic Deciduous Forest Understory Communities

4:15

C1010

Jenkins, Michael* - Freeman, Charlotte - Jacobs, Douglass The effects of white-tailed deer and Lonicera maackii on native vegetation and underplanted seedlings in mixed hardwood forests

4:30

C1011

Gorchov, David L* - Martinod, Kylie Are white-tailed deer responsible for apparent competition between the invasive shrub, Lonicera maackii, and native plants?

4:45

C1012

Nuzzo, Victoria* - Dรกvalos, Andrea - Blossey, Bernd Assessing plant community composition fails to capture impacts of white-tailed deer on native and invasive plant species

5:00

C1013

McShea, William* - Bourg, Norman - Reed, Elizabeth - Ramachandran, Padmini - Ottesen, Andrea - Erickson, David The potential of NGS-metagenomics to determine plant species in the diet of white-tailed deer, and its use to deduce the consumption of exotic and native species

5:15 Discussion 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM D4 Discussion Session 200 Plant Science Research Network: What the Heck is That? A Discussion Session seeking your feedback Chair: Michael Donoghue

1:30 PM - 5:00 PM SY03 Symposium Horsetails through form, space and time Chair: Gar Rothwell

Oglethrope

1:30

SY03001 Rothwell, Gar W Horsetails through form, space, and time; introduction and overview

1:45

SY03002 Stevenson, Dennis WM The enigmatic morphology and anatomy of horsetails

2:00

SY03003 Stein Jr, William E* - Berry, Christopher Horsetails: enigmatic Devonian source

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2:30

SY03004 Tomescu, Alexandru* - Escapa, Ignacio H - Rothwell, Gar W Modularity and hierarchy: development meets the fossil record in a hypothesis for the origin of the Equisetum strobilus

3:00

SY03005 Escapa, Ignacio Hernan* - Tomescu, Alexandru - Rothwell, Gar W Equisetalean evolution in deep time

3:15

Break

3:45

SY03007 Ambrose, Barbara* Equisetum morphology: An evo-devo perspective

4:15

SY03008 Graham, Sean W* - Rothfels, Carl - Lin, Qianshi - Zhan, Shing Hei Equisetum and its place in vascular-plant phylogeny

4:30

SY03009 Nixon, Kevin Is Equisetum really a fern? Evaluation of possible Long Branch Attraction in resolution of the "monilophyte" clade

1:30 PM - 5:30 PM SY04 Symposium The Future of Herbarium Genetics and Genomics Chair: Unknown

Chatham Ballroom - B

1:30 Introduction 1:45

SY04002 Funk, Vicki* - Mandel, Jennifer R - Dikow, Rebecca Collections in 21st Century Science: more important than ever

2:15

SY04003 Beck, James Benjamin Investigating the biogeography and evolution of widespread species with large sets of herbarium specimens

2:45

SY04004 Thornhill, Andrew* - Baldwin, Bruce G. - Freyman, William A. Nosratinia, Sonia - Morueta-Holme, Naia - Kling, Matthew - Baxter, David - Madsen, Tom - Ackerly, David - Mishler, Brent D. Hotspots of phylogenetic richness and endemism in the California flora

3:15

Break

3:45

SY04006 Dormontt, Eleanor Preserve the past, protect the future: botanical reference collections are critical in the fight against illegal logging

4:15

SY04007 Schneider, Adam* - Baldwin, Bruce G. Host-switching as a major driver of diversification in parasitic plants: A case study in Orobanche -74-


4:45

SY04008 Barreiro, FĂĄtima S. - Wales, Nathan - Vieira, Filipe J. G. - Martin, Michael D.* - Gilbert, M. Thomas P. Common ragweed population genomics from historical herbarium vouchers

5:15 Discussion 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM Economic Botany Chair: Unknown

13 Contributed Papers

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13001

Puente, Caroline* - Amith, Jonathan D. - Salazar, Gerardo A. - Cabrera, Lidia - Kress, John Documenting traditional ecological knowledge about plants in Puebla, Mexico, using DNA Barcoding

2:15

13002

Zerega, Nyree J.C.* - Gardner, Elliot - Ragone, Diane Toward a global view of breadfruit genetic diversity and domestication using microsatellites and hyb-seq data

2:30

13003

Bullard-Roberts, Angelle* - Bennett, Bradley Historical Ethnobotany of the Antidiabetic Remedies of Trinidad and Tobago – Knowledge Conservation or Innovation?

2:45

13004

Pandey, Vashist Fomeag Cafeteria : A New global Perspective towards Utilization, Conservation of Biodiversity and Biodiversity-Climate link

3:00

13005

Akinnubi, Funmilola Mabel* - Oladipo, Olaniran Temitope - Akinloye, Akinwumi Johnson Ethnobotanical and Floret Studies of Twelve Species of The Family Asteraceae in Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria

2:00 PM - 4:45 PM 14 Contributed Papers Ecology Section: Plant Functional Traits and Responses Chair: Taly Dawn Drezner

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14001

Drezner, Taly Dawn Krakatau (Indonesia) eruption drives regeneration in the Sonoran Desert (Arizona): the interrelationships between geology, climate and plants

2:15

14002

Mitchell, Nora* - Carlson, Jane - Holsinger, Kent The effects of climate on a microscale: testing for functional consequences in a Protea hybrid zone -75-


2:30

14003

Moore, Timothy* - Schlichting, Carl - Aiello-Lammens, Matthew Mocko, Kerri - Jones, Cynthia S. Trait-based ecology at regional scales needs an evolutionary context

2:45

14004

Bernardo, Holly* - Albrecht, Matthew - Knight, Tiffany Climate change alters the optimal management strategy of an endangered plant

3:00

14005

Carlson, Jane* - Akman, Melis - Latimer, Andrew Intraspecific divergence in plasticity, gene expression, and functional traits along steep environmental gradients in South Africa

3:15

Break

3:45

14007

Moore, Timothy* - Cramer, Michael - Verboom, G. Anothony The adaptive significance of leaf size and shape variation in Jamesbrittenia (Scrophulariaceae: Manuleae)

4:00

14008

Oshiro, Juliet* - Potts, Stephen - Fox, Laurel Trait-based phenological responses to climate of plant communities in coastal California

4:15

14009

La Rosa, Raffica* - Emery, Nancy Plant adaptation to hydrologically variable environments

4:30

14010

Weiner, Jacob* - Du, Yan-Lei - Zhang, Cong - Qin, Xiao-Liang - Li, Feng-Min Individual fitness and population yield in wheat (Triticum aestivum)

3:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Coffee Break

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM D1 Botanical Career Panel Discussion Chair: Susan Pell 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Discussion Session

Economic Botany Business Meeting

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All Society Poster Session Posters will be presented in the Exhibit Hall. Poster numbers will be assigned when you check in to hang your poster. 5:30 pm - 6:15 pm - Odd Numbered Posters will be presented 6:15 pm - 7:00 pm - Even Numbered Posters will be presented when presenting a poster please be prepared to stand by your poster for the entire assigned time.

BIOGEOGRAPHY

PBG001 Naranjo, Andre* - Soltis, Pamela  S. Dicerandra: Understanding Past Distributions

PBG002 Lampley, Jayne* - Schilling, Edward Interpreting the historical biogeography and molecular phylogeny of Trillium within tribe Parideae (Melanthiaceae)

PBG003 Jiménez López, Francisco Javier* - Ortiz-Herrera, Maria Angeles Berjano, Regina - Talavera, Salvador - Terrab, Anass High population genetic substructure in Hypochaeris leontodontoides (Asteraceae), an endemic rupicolous species of the Atlas Mountains in NW Africa

PBG004 Lee, Michelle* - Cairns, David - Gaddis, Keith Donald Treeline advance of white spruce (Picea glauca) in south-central Alaska

PBG005 Belaski, Whitney* - Diller, Sara - Swanson, Brad Influence of anthropogenic planting on the phylogeography of wild rice (Zizania spp.) in Michigan

PBG006 Scherer, Brendan Biogeography of the Macadamia Nut Family (Proteaceae)

PBG007 Kington, Sharon* - Krosnick, Shawn Elizabeth Flora of Window Cliffs State Natural Area

PBG008 Vaughn, Mitchell* - Goolic, Ryan - Morrison, Janet A clash of continents within New Jersey suburban forests

PBG009 Wang, Yihan* - Mao, Yunrui - Cao, Yanan - Comes, Peter - Qiu, Yingxiong Quaternary climate change drives allo-peripatric speciation and refugial divergence in Dysosma versipellis-pleiantha complex (Berberidaceae) from different forest types in subtropical China

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BRYOLOGY AND LICHENOLOGY

PBR001 Jutla, Satpal* - Delavoi, Charles - Goffinet, Bernard - Liu, Yang Medina, Rafael The phylogenetic structure in four chloroplast loci confirms the polyphyly of Physcomitrium pyriforme (Bryophyta) in North America

PBR002 Montgomery, Sean - Bell, David* - Chang, Ying - Graham, Sean W. Phylogenetics and taxonomy of the moss genus Andreaea

PBR003 Clark, Theresa An Can Arid Land Mosses Hide from Climate Change?

PBR004 Behling, Emily* - Caviness, Terrance E. - Lewis, Lily R. - JimĂŠnez, Jaime E. - Goffinet, Bernard - Rozzi, Ricardo Dispersal of bryophyte diaspores following ingestion by birds

PBR005 Malone, Amanda* - Tripp, Erin A Resurvey and Checklist of Hepatics in Colorado’s Comanche National Grasslands

CONSERVATION BIOLOGY

PCB001 Nnamani, Catherine V* - Igwe, David O - Ogbogo, Ikechukwu. B Characterization of genetic variability in Azadrachta indica A. Juss Accessions from South-east Nigeria using Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) Markers

PCB002 Padgett, Jessica* - Taylor-Bennetts, Stacy An Investigation of Metal Tolerance and Accumulation in a Rare Plant Species, Pediomelum piedmontanum (Fabaceae)

PCB003 Buckley, Liberty* - Brown, Amanda - Padgett, Jessica - Taylor-Bennetts, Stacy Population Dynamics of a Rare Species, Pediomelum piedmontanum (Fabaceae)

PCB004 Paris, Nathan J. - Boyd, Robert Steven* Floral biology of the federally threatened Apios priceana (Fabaceae) at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama

PCB005 Paris, Nathan J. - Cruse-Sanders, Jennifer M. - Boyd, Robert Steven* Propagation by cuttings of the federally threatened vine Apios priceana (Fabaceae)

PCB006 Cohen, Jim Population genetics of Oreocarya crassipes, an endangered species -78-


PCB007 Stickann, Zachary* - Briggler, Malissa Conservation of a Discovered Population of C. setigerus in Missouri

PCB008 Ward, Alex - Farenwald, Max - Wenzel, Aaron* - Wolfe, Andrea D. Conservation genetics of Penstemon caryi (Plantaginaceae) in and outside the Tensleep (Wyoming) Preserve

PCB009 Kellar, Pamela Roxanne* - Welch, Aaron Phylogenetic diversity assessment using GenBank data: a comparison among prairies at different latitudes

PCB010 Irvin, Lani* - Vaidya, Brajesh - Joshee, Nirmal DNA Barcoding Studies in the Medicinal Genus Scutellaria

PCB011 Ehardt, Cassie - Gibson, J Phil* Seedbed Environment and Microbiome Conflict in Seaside Alder (ALnus maritima, Betulaceae)

PCB012 Rybicki, Nancy* - Striano, Elizabeth - Thum, Ryan An investigation of a cryptic introduction of Water Chestnut (Trapa sp.) in the Potomac River Watershed, Virginia

PCB013 Walder, Morgan* - Borowicz, Victoria A. - Armstrong, Joseph Takeover on the Tallgrass Prairie: How Lespedeza cuneata Establishes Dominance

PCB014 Whitehurst, Lauren* - Burgess, Kevin - Worthy, Samantha - Marisco, Travis - Lucardi, Rima Implementing a DNA barcoding pipeline for the identification and prevention of invasive plant propagules entering ports

PCB015 Bontrager, Kristen* - Emry, David Jason Late-Season Glyphosate Application of Honeysuckle Alters Understory Community Composition in Topeka Parks

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DEVELOPMENT AND STRUCTURE

PDS001 Bock, Jane* - Norris, David Botanical Applications to Forensic Science

PDS002 Ariza, Marí­a Jesus - Salgueiro, Francisco Javier - Jiménez López, Francisco Javier* - Ortiz-Herrera, Maria Angeles - Viruel, Juan - Arista Palmero, Montserrat A new DNA plant bank for Southwestern Europe and North African Flora

PDS003 Valls, Rebecca* - Dacosta-Calheiros, Emmanuel - Marques, Edward Rahm, Joseph - Varma Penmetsa, Ramachandra - Cook, Douglas - von Wettberg, Eric Effect of various nitrogen fertilizers on chickpea leaf and root morphology

PDS004 Giffei, Bridget L.* - Dang, Christie L. - Altrichter, Kristine M. - Wilden, Ana E. - Taylor, Mackenzie L. Post-pollination development in Ruppia maritima (Ruppiaceae, Alismatales)

PDS005 Mickle, James E* - Coiro, Mario - Barone Lumaga, Maria Rosaria Habitat expansion without substantial niche shift in Stangeria

PDS006 Mansaray, Janet* - Burke, Janelle M Secondary characteristics indicating sexual dimorphism in the plant, Rumex acetosella (Polygonaceae)

PDS007 Heyd, Lauren* - Schafran, Peter - Jones, Marcus Effect of Food Additives on in vitro Germination of Calopogon pallidus (Orchidaceae)

PDS008 Caldwell, Morgan* - Kiss, John Z. - Vandenbrink, Joshua Blue-Light Phototropism of Roots of Seedlings Grown in Simulated Microgravity

PDS009 Cooper, Toby* - Krosnick, Shawn Elizabeth Preliminary examination of extrafloral nectariferous structures in Passiflora incarnata L. (Passifloraceae)

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ECOLOGY

PEC001 Rodgers, Vikki L* - Griffith, Alden B - Dukes, Jeffrey S Experimental test of the theory of fluctuating resource availability as a driver for invasion establishment

PEC002 Carleton, Jim - Donovan, Elizabeth - Garber, Kris - Farruggia, Frank Thomas* - Jones, R. David - Kiernan, Brian - Odenkirchen, Ed - Peck, Chuck - Sankula, Sujatha - Young, Dirk Audrey III - EPA's Tier II Plant Exposure Estimation Tool

PEC003 Gamba, Diana* - Maguiña, Rossana - Calderón-Acevedo, Camilo Andrés - Muchhala, Nathan C. Seed dispersal for the unusual inflated berries of Burmeistera (Campanulaceae)

PEC004 Tuominen, L.K. Systems Modeling as a Process-Based Planning Tool for Managing Plant Species in Situ

PEC005 Song, Gwanpil - Seo, yeon Ok - Jung, Sung-Cheol - Cheong, Eunju Kim, Chan-Soo* Characteristics of natural habitats, annual growth and variation of taxonomic characters in wild Prunus yedoensis on Jeju Island, Korea

PEC006 Rork, Adam* - Jogesh, Tania - Skogen, Krissa - Kyra, Krakos The Chemical Ecology of the Missouri Native Glade Species Manfreda virginica and its Moth Pollinators

PEC007 Pittenger, Madison* - Caudle, Keri - Baer, Sara - Johnson, Loretta Maricle, Brian Herbivory preferences among ecotypes of big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii)

PEC008 Philips, Robert W* - Byers, Diane L Competitive ability of Chamaecrista fasciculata from sand vs. tallgrass prairies

PEC009 Garanich, Meghan* - Cantley, Jason - Gavala, Lacey - Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid - Martine, Chris Identification of fire tolerance thresholds in seeds of the Western Australian endemic bush tomato, Solanum beaugleholei (Solanaceae)

PEC010 Matthews, Elizabeth* - Grillo, Marisa - Morrison, Janet An account of Lonicera japonica, being aided by an invasive shrub while inhibiting a native herb, leading to its successful invasion

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PEC011 Juliano, Steven A.* - Borowicz, Victoria A. - Yannarell, Anthony C. Direct and indirect effects of the hemiparasite Pedicularis canadensis on invasions of a prairie community by Lespedeza cuneata

PEC012 Omoregie, Gloria* - Idu, Macdonald - Adebayo, Adedoyin Impact of Gas Flaring on leaf Anatomy of Carica papaya, Musa paradisiaca and Talinum Triangulare: A comparative Study

PEC013 Long, James* - Schenk, John J. Determining sandhill plant assemblages and endemism based on plant diversity and distributions

PEC014 Blair, Charles E Invasive Aquatic Weeds: Implications for Mosquito and Vector Management Activities

Canceled

PEC015 Luftman, Nathan* - Cantley, Jason - Martine, Chris Saltwater tolerance thresholds in the halophytic species Chenopodium oahuense (Amaranthaceae) including a new segregate taxon from the Island of Moloka‘i in the Hawaiian Islands

PEC016 Diaz, Nicolas* - Cantley, Jason - Walsh, Seana - Martine, Chris Using ecological niche models to inform delimitation of cryptic species in Hawaiian Coprosma foliosa Complex (Rubiaceae)

PEC017 Rowe, Pamela S.* - Kessler, Andre - Malmberg, Russell - Robert, Raguso - Stephens, Jessica Volatile emissions of leaves and flowers of the carnivorous pitcher plant Sarracenia leucophylla

PEC018 Hayes, Daniel* - Cantley, Jason - Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid - Martine, Chris A successful Solanum spp. (Solanaceae) greenhouse growth model using integrated pest management

PEC019 Hove, Alisa A* - Mazer, Susan J - Ivey, Christopher T Seed set variation in wild Clarkia populations: Teasing apart the effects of seasonal resource depletion, pollen quality, and pollen quantity

PEC020 McClain, Katherine - Fung, Vivian - Drenovsky, Rebecca E* Seed germination requirements of four fire-recruiter chaparral shrubs

PEC021 Merritt, Benjamin* - Yadav, Sunita - Culley, Theresa - Witsell, Theo Kephart, Susan Can ecological niche models be used to differentiate taxa? A test case using the wild hyacinth (Camassia spp.) in the eastern United States

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PEC022 Yan, Xue Qi - Dickinson, Tim* Geographic parthenogenesis: what do allopolyploids get from their parents?

PEC023 Del Valle, Jose Carlos* - Buide, M. Luisa - Whittall, Justen Bryant Narbona, Eduardo Effects of UV radiation and shading on anthocyanin accumulation and flower production in the shore campion

PEC024 Price, Taylor* - Zinnert, Julie Plant functionality across an environmental gradient

PEC025 Eckert, Scott* - Morrison, Janet Juvenile trees in suburban forests: insights from structural equation modeling

PEC026 Limbird, Eric* - Walck, Jeffrey - Phillips, Nathan - Hidayati, Siti Using open top chambers to test winter conditions in redcedar woodlands of middle Tennessee

PEC027 Ansaldi, Beth* - Franks, Steven - Weber, Jennifer Abiotic predictors of breeding system variation in Triodanis perfoliata across a large geographic distribution

PEC028 Johnson, Loretta* - Alsdurf, Jacob - Bello, Nora - Smith, Adam - Knapp, Mary Phenotypic variation of the dominant prairie grass Andropogon gerardii and its predicted response to climate change across Midwest grasslands

PEC029 Rodriguez-Pena, Rosa A.* - Kron, Kathleen A Reproductive biology and Population Genetics of Vaccinium (Ericaceae) in the Dominican Republic: preliminary results

PEC030 Weaver, William* - Persinger, Jessica - Nathaniel, Pinson - Ng, Julienne Laport, Robert Testing Darwin’s Naturalization Hypothesis: Phylogenetic Relatedness Among Native and Non-Native Plant Species

PEC031 Tunison, Robert* - Culley, Theresa - Becus, Marjie Vegetational change during succession over 83 years as an old field reverts to a temperate deciduous forest in the Cincinnati Metropolitan area

PEC032 Choi, Jiyeong* - Mincey, Katherine - Boyd, Robert Steven Nickel concentrations of the high-Ni insect Melanotrichus boydi, a specialist on the Ni hyperaccumulator plant Streptanthus polygaloides (Brassicaceae)

Canceled

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PEC033 Wells, Jennifer* - Morrison, Janet Japanese stiltgrass and garlic mustard:forest invasion and priority effects

PEC034 Madden, Julie - Keefover-Ring, Ken - Duran, Kristy* Correlation between dwarf mistletoe infection and monoterpene concentrations in Pinus Ponderosa

PEC035 Toski, Daniel* - Kilgore, Jason Scott Arboretum trees minimally mitigate emissions by gas and electric utilities in an urban campus

PEC036 Ng, Molly* - Specht, Chelsea - Smith, Selena Investigating a Heliconia (Heliconiaceae) plant-pollinator relationship using climatic niches

PEC037 Balkam, Natalie* - Koelling, Vanessa Using niche modeling to analyze differences in life history traits in populations of Mimulus guttatus at high and low elevations

PEC038 Rominger, Kody Dormancy Induction in Astragalus holmgreniorum (Fabaceae) Seedlings

PEC039 Haas, Alexis Suzette A comparison of morphology and breeding system of Camassia scilloides between different habitats

PEC040 DiMaria, Stephen Finding a sense of self: The evolution from outbreeding to selfing in morning glories

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ECONOMIC BOTANY

PEN001 Todorov, Toma - Zauner, Ranae* - Olga, Kopp Astragalus: A review of its medicinal uses and health effects

PEN002 Ghosh, Nabarun* - Bennert, Jeff - Veloz, Mitsy - Bennert, Jon Revanna, Chandini - Saadeh, Constantine Microflora in ice-machine, Plasma nanotechnology to obtain clean ice using a Bi-Polar unit

PEN003 Herron, Sterling* - Ciotir, Claudia - Miller, Allison Crops of the Future: Identifying Wild Herbaceous Perennial Legumes for Prebreeding and Domestication

PEN004 Mavencamp, Chelsea N* - Hildebrand, Terri J The effects of silver sagebrush (Artemisia cana, Asteraceae) amended feed on chicken growth and tissue protein content

PEN005 Struwe, Lena* - Calamia, Alex - Pitt, Mackenzie - Nucci, Mary L. The love and hate of weeds - an interdisciplinary analysis of opinions in media, metaphors and biological facts

PEN006 Evensen, Arthur* - Belnap, Camille A study of the effect of locular gel removal on Solanum lycopersicum seed germination

ECOPHYSIOLOGY

PEP001 Fraley, Philip - Ruhland, Christopher* The effects of leaf optics on photodegradation of Artemisia tridentata litter sampled along an elevational gradient

PEP002 Joesting, Heather M* - Chiarello, Savannah - Medrano, Esther Spatial and diurnal patterns in plant and leaf morphology and physiology for the coastal sand dune shrub Croton punctatus Jacq

PEP003 Palmeri, Gabriella* - Reese, Shaquetta - Holmlund, Helen - Ewers, Frank - Davis, Stephen Darrel Malosma laurina Dieback Associated with Fungal-induced Loss in Hydraulic Conductivity and Photosynthesis

PEP004 Kerr, Kelly* - Woodruff, David - Meinzer, Frederick - McCulloh, Katherine - Marias, Danielle Understanding physiological mechanisms underlying seedling establishment: a look at drought resistance traits in populations from contrasting climates from two conifer species -85-


PEP005 Abdul Ghaffar, Muhammad Akbar* - Ramirez-Cadavid, David A. Meulia, Tea - Cornish, Katrina Lights, Cold and ET Action! Increasing Rubber Production in Taraxacum kok-saghyz Roots

PEP006 Varvel, Nicholas A* - Hilt, Christina - Baer, Sara - Johnson, Loretta Maricle, Brian Genetic and environmental influences on stomates of big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii) ecotypes

PEP007 Hillabrand, Rachel* - Hacke, Uwe - Lieffers, Victor - Hogg, Ted Martinez Sancho, Elisabet - Menzel, Annette Dendroecological observations of aspen and balsam poplar growing concurrently in Ministik, AB

PEP008 Krieg, Christopher* - Husby, Chad - Watkins, James E. Ecophysiological cost of reproduction in dioeciuos cycads

PEP009 Schulte, Paul J* - Costa, David G Water relations of the leaf epidermis – a cellular automata model

PEP010 Pilote, Alex* - Donovan, Lisa Drought effects on hydraulic anatomy of six Helianthus species, varying in source-site water availability

PEP011 Carvajal, Danny E.* - Loayza, Andrea - Squeo, Francisco Contrasting responses to water-deficit among Encelia canescens populations distributed along an aridity gradient

PEP012 Muller, Clare* - Feder, ZoĂŤ - Moore, Michael - Drenovsky, Rebecca E The physiology of the gypsophilic lineages of the Chihuahuan Desert

PEP013 Huber, John A. - Villanueva, Antonio - Mena, Nicolas - Rencher, Benjamin - Stewart, J. Ryan* Exploring the possibility of photosynthetic plasticity in Agave sensu lato

PEP014 Grubbs, Kunsiri Chaw* - Hunnicutt, Jessica Allelopathic Mechanisms of Chinese Privet (Ligustrum sinense) as a Potential Herbicide

PEP015 Blauvelt, Melissa Effects of Light Spectrum on Synechococcus Growth

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EVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY (EVO-DEVO)

PEV001 Maheepala, Dinusha C.* - Strahl, Maya - Emerling, Christopher A. Baghaei, Arman - Litt, Amy Evolution, and diversification of Solanaceae FRUITFULL genes

PEV002 Bukhari, Ghadeer* - Zhang, Wenheng Differential transcriptome analysis of floral zygomorphy development crucial to an explosive pollen release mechanism in Schizanthus (Solanaceae), the poor man’s orchid

PEV003 Zhang, Jingbo* - Zhang, Wenheng Floral symmetry evolution in Solanaceae

PEV004 Gao, Ao* - Zhang, Wenheng Evolution of RADIALIS-like genes in Solanaceae

PEV005 Kim, Joonseog* - Zhang, Jingbo - Khojayori, Farahnoz - Zhang, Wenheng Effect of CYC2-like genes on floral development in Solanum lycopersicum L

PEV006 Tong, Jingjing* - Howarth, Dianella Duplication and expression pattern of CYCLOIDEA-like genes in Campanulaceae

PEV007 Han, Jiahong* - Berger, Brent - Ricigliano, Vincent - Gardner, Andy Shepherd, Kelly A. - Jabaily, Rachel Schmidt - Howarth, Dianella Phylogenetics and expression of CYCLOIDEA-like genes in Goodeniaceae

PEV008 Di Stilio, Veronica S* - Hewett Hazelton, Kristen - Wong, Melissa J Reconstructing the ancestral role of a key transcription factor involved in flowering

GENETICS 5:30

PGN001 Pierpont, Christopher Logan Functional Characterization of an Essential Chloroplast Protein

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GENOMICS / PROTEOMICS

PGP001 Luo, Yan* - Hu, Jin-Yong - Song, Bao-Hua Genome-wide analysis of gene expression reveals gene regulatory networks that regulate chasmogamous and cleistogamous flowering in Pseudostellaria heterophylla (Caryophyllaceae)

PGP002 Luo, Yan* - Freese, Daniella - Reid, Robert - Zhang, Heng-You - Miller, Thomas E. - Loraine, Ann - Song, Bao-Hua Comparative transcriptome analysis of beach morning glory reveals important salt adaptation mechanisms

PGP003 Zhang, Heng-You - Song, Qijian - Luo, Yan - Nelson, Randall L. - Song, Bao-Hua* Genome-wide association study of soybean cyst nematode (Heterodera glycines Ichinohe) HG type 2.5.7 (race 1) resistance in wild soybean (Glycine soja Sieb. & Zucc.)

PGP004 Barrett, Craig* - Perez, Leticia Gene expression and mycoheterotrophy: an exploratory analysis of green vs. non-green Corallorhiza (Orchidaceae)

PGP005 Shan, Shengchen* - Soltis, Douglas - Soltis, Pamela  S. Genomic Consequences of Reciprocal Polyploidization in Tragopogon

PGP006 Nepal, Madhav P. - Neupane, Surendra* - Mathew, Febina - Ma, Qin Varenhorst, Adam - Andersen, Ethan J. - Reese, R. Neil Comparative Genomics of Disease Resistance Genes in Soybean (Glycine max) and Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)

PGP007 Evans, Timothy - Weitzel, Alexander* - Faden, Robert Examination of the molecular genetic basis of andromonoecy in Aneilema (Commelinaceae)

PGP008 Sigmon, Brandi* - Adams, Robert - Mower, Jeffrey Identifying diagnostic plastid polymorphisms for the non-fertile vetiver grass ‘Sunshine’ (Chrysopogon zizanioides)

PGP009 Walter, Lauren* - Livshultz, Tatyana - Straub, Shannon C.K. Comparative genomic analysis of Apocynaceae plastomes: Pseudogenes, repeat content, and molecular evolution

PGP010 Voloch, Carolina - Litt, Amy* Changes in DNA methylation and the domestication of tomato

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HISTORICAL

PHS001 Mumich, Mary Margaret* - Reeds, Karen - Struwe, Lena Women of the Chrysler Herbarium: Barbara F. Palser and Erica M. Frank

HYBRIDS AND HYBRIDIZATION

PHB001 Segovia, Claudia* - Olmedo, Camilia - Vargas, Dominique - Caiza, Joselyn Data about Chromosomal Evolution in the Genus Polylepis (Rosaceae) from Ecuadorian Species

PHB002 Caton, Tara* - Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid - Cantley, Jason - Martine, Chris Ex situ hybridization of two cryptically dioecious Solanum (Solanaceae) species from NT Australia clarifies vague species boundaries

MACROEVOLUTION

PME001 Koehler, Samantha* - Gomes, Shaiany - Campacci, Thiago - Costa, Gleicyanne - Moura, Yohans - Mayer, Juliana - Viccini, Lyderson Unraveling the role of apomixis and polyploidization in the diversification of Neotropical Zygopetalum orchids

MOLECULAR ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION

PML001 Gaynor, Michelle* - Laport, Robert - Ng, Julienne Identifying the Factors Influencing Plant Communities Across the United States Using A Phylogenetic Framework

PML002 Sanchez, Vivianna* - Ng, Julienne - Laport, Robert Testing the Role of Historical Processes In Shaping Plant Communities Across the United States

PML003 Schroyer, Tina* - Thompson, Pam - Cruzan, Mitch How do invasive plants move? The case of Brachypodium sylvaticum

PML004 Baker, Stokes S* - Fijal, Savannah - Kooner, Taj P. - Abdulrazzaq, Mustafa F. - Young, Ian T. Giant duckweed (Spirodela polyrhiza) gene expression response to phosphorus -89-


PML005 Huang, Yu-Lan* - Chung, Kuo-Fang - Chen, Kai-Yi - Yu, Chih-Chieh Using RAD-seq to infer phylogeny of a rapid radiation of a subalpine everygreen shrub (Berberis sect. Wallichianae, Berberidaeae) in Taiwan

PML006 Adebowale, Adekunle* - Nicholas, Ashley Gene, gestalt and geography: a cooperative triumvirate for assessing biodiversity

PML007 Garza, Elyssa* - Hawkins, Angela K. - Hawkins, W. Daryl - Pepper, Alan E. Comparing two Caulanthus amplexicaulis genomes in search of genes underlying serpentine tolerance

PALEOBOTANY

PPB001 Bronson, Allison* - Denton, John - Maisey, John Platylithophycus: A taxonomic journey through three phyla

PPB002 Stromberg, Caroline A. E.* - Aboulafia, Elie - Brightly, William H Crifò, Camilla - McManus, Brittany - O'Keefe, Casey - Schorr, Anna Senske, Ashly Grass phytolith shape: towards a key to the evolution and paleoecology of grasses and grasslands

PPB003 Cleveland, Claire What are early signals of Patagonian paleofloral response to Eocene cooling and initial stages of South America’s separation from Antarctica?

PPB004 Baghai-Riding, Nine Lucille* - Axsmith, Brian - Davis, Kendal Paleoclimate and Taphonomic Implications of a Palynological Sample from the Bucatunna Formation

PPB005 Locklear, Jared - Mickle, James E* Pleistocene-age fossil wood from the Atlantic Coastal Plain of southeastern North Carolina, USA

PHYCOLOGY

PPC001 Nowruzi, Bahareh A proposal for the unification of two strains of cyanobacteria genus Nostoc to the same species

PPY001 Mahadwar, Gouri* - Hansen, Matthew S. - Egan, Ashley N. Estimating species relationships within Pueraria s.s.: combining phylogenies and networks -90-


PPY002 Lawrence, Travis Joseph* - Ardell, David Using tRNA class informative features to determine the phylogenetic placement of Gnetophyta

PPY003 Shivakumar, Vikram - Appelhans, Marc - Carlsen, Monica - Johnson, Gabriel* - Zimmer, Elizabeth Analysis of whole chloroplast genomes from the genera of the Clauseneae, the Curry tribe (Rutaceae, Citrus family)

PPY004 Liu, Shih-Hui* - Chiang, Tzen-Yuh - Huang, Chao-Li - Hsu, Tsai-Wen Chang, Chia-Hao - Raven, Peter H. - Hoch, Peter C. - Barber, Janet C. Targeted capture of putative single copy genes using next generation sequencing yields new insights into polyploid evolution of Ludwigia section Macrocarpon (Onagraceae)

PPY005 Wills, Peter* - Gernandt, David S. - Vasquez Lobo, Alejandra - Willyard, Ann Phylogenomics of the Ponderosa Pine Species Complex using High Throughput Sequencing

PPY006 Mincey, Katherine* - Melton, Anthony - Hall, Nathan - Goertzen, Leslie - Boyd, Robert Steven Intraspecific plastid genome variation and phylogenetic structure within the nickel hyperaccumulator Streptanthus polygaloides (Brassicaceae)

PPY007 Deal, Haley* - Soza, Valerie Lynn - Ramage, Elizabeth - Hall, Benjamin A phylogenetic analysis of CYCLOIDEA throughout the subgenera of Rhododendron

PPY008 Andersen, Ethan* - Nepal, Madhav P. - Reese, R. Neil - Ali, Shaukat Neupane, Surendra Evolutionary Divergence of Disease Resistance Genes in Six Monocot Species

PPY009 McKain, Michael* - Wilson, Mark - Kellogg, Elizabeth Anne Fast-Plast: Rapid de novo assembly and finishing for whole chloroplast genomes

PPY010 Dismukes, Wade - Edger, Patrick - Hall, Jocelyn C - Washburn, Jacob Pires, Joseph Chris* Interrogating the phylogenomics of the Cleomaceae using transcriptomic data

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PHYSIOLOGY

PPS001 Flynn, Colleen* - Puzey, Joshua Springy Tendrils: A Comparative Study of the Biomechanics of Coiling Tendrils

PPS002 Bucior, Danielle Comparison of Heavy Metal Concentrations in Terrestrial and Aquatic Plants from Vieques, Puerto Rico

PPS003 Millard, Avery* - Carver, Michelle - Dunn, Michael - Smith, Jessica Borer, Catherine Evaluation of crystalline calcium in dried foliage samples

PPS004 Tzivion, Amit* - Vandenbrink, Joshua - Kiss, John Z. The Phototropic Response of Roots and Shoots Under Differing Circadian Light Cycles

PPS005 Duran, Kristy* - Shanks, Kevin - Ortega, Stefan - Duran, Cody Effects of nitrate on the root hydraulic conductivity in legumes with and without Rhizobium symbiosis

POLLINATION BIOLOGY

PPL001 Czapla, Grant* - Kyra, Krakos - Hulsey, Ryan A comparison of pollination systems of Oenothera nealleyi in pre and post drought years

PPL002 Shipley, Emily* - Kyra, Krakos - Rork, Adam Pollinator patterns affecting seed set in Baptisia alba

PPL003 Wilson, Adam* - Kyra, Krakos A comparative study of the reproductive biology of Asclepias in glade, prairie, and wetland populations

PPL004 Dupree, Katharine* - Wilson, Mark Floral micromorphology and evolution of pollination by sexual deceit in Pleurothallis R.Br. (Orchidaceae; Pleurothallidinae) subgenera Ancipitia and Scopula.

PPL005 Shannon, Olivia* - Rork, Adam - Kyra, Krakos A comparative study of morphology and pollination of Veronicastrum virginicum in praire and wetland habitats

PPL006 Caverly, Loriel* - Schneider, Jessica - Carlson, Matthew - Amundson, Courtney Study of pollen limitation in an Alaskan population of Vaccinium uliginosum -92-


PPL007 Perez, Pedro - Connet, Nicole M. - Arriola, Paul E.* The effects of prolonged drought stress on the water status and pollen viability in pigmy torch amaranth

PPL008 McCauley, Ross A* - Allen, Shilah - Breeden, Meredith - Weber-Sauer, Melanie Hybridization via long-distance pollen dispersal explains the occurrence of endemic Ipomopsis (Polemoniaceae) across the Southern Rockies

PPL009 Arnold, Paige M.* - Michaels, Helen J. Nectar Variation in Tallgrass Prairie and Oak Savanna Forb Species of Northwest Ohio PPL010 Montgomery, Benjamin R Large petals: an adaptation for autonomous self-pollination?

POPULATION GENETICS

PPG001 Jinga, Percy* - Palagi, Jason - Ashley, Mary V. Development of microsatellite loci of pod mahogany, Afzelia quanzensis (Fabaceae), by Illumina shotgun sequencing, and crossamplification in Afzelia africana

PPG002 Kwak, Myounghai* - Hong, Jeong-Ki - Kim, Wonhee - Lee, ByoungYoon Population genetic analysis of an endangered Korean fir (Abies koreana, Pinaceae) and conservation implication

PPG003 Pan, Ching- Wen - Hsu, Tsai-Wen - Chiang, Yu-Chung* Population differentiation between two populations of Juniperus formosana (Cupressaceae) distinctive distributed on high and low altitude in Taiwan using multilocus analyses

PPG004 Swift, Joel* - Lindsay, Denise - Edwards, Christy - Jung, Michael Lance, Richard The relative effects of geographic distribution on patterns of genetic structure in two Agave (Agavaceae) species with similar life history strategies

PPG005 Carter, Christy T - Ballard Jr, Harvey E* - Ungar, Irwin A Soil seed banks can be less genetically diverse than any aboveground population: An investigation of three annual halophyte species in an inland salt marsh through time

PPG006 Martin, Michael D.* - Olsen, Morten Tange - Samaniego, Jose A. Zimmer, Elizabeth - Gilbert, M. Thomas P. The population genomic basis of geographic differentiation in North American common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) -93-


PPG007 Mohn, Rebekah* - Yatskievych, George A. - Swift, Joel - Edwards, Christy A population genetic analysis to test the causes of a disjunction between the Ozarks and Appalachians in tall larkspur (Delphinium exaltatum)

PPG008 Aguilar-Gutierrez, Estefania* - Waselkov, Katherine Does subspecific variation correspond to cytotypic variation in the widespread taxon Phlox speciosa (Polemoniaceae)?

PPG009 Sidoti, Brian* - Cameron, Ken Population genetics of Tillandsia fasciculata (Bromeliaceae) across Florida and the Bahamas: taxonomic and conservation implications

PPG010 Santiago, Mercedes* - Waselkov, Katherine - Heidel, Bonnie - Mayfield, Mark H. - Ferguson, Carolyn J. Genetic diversity of the Wyoming endemic Phlox pungens (Polemoniaceae), placed within a taxonomic context

PPG011 Anderson, Blake* - Evans, Matthew - Stewart, J. Ryan Population genetics of Agave utahensis: SNP analysis of a keystone succulent species

PPG012 Liu, Ruizheng - Qi, Zhechen* - Shen, Chao - Li, Pan - Liang, Zongsuo Genetic diversity and population structure of a Traditional Chinese Medicine, Salvia miltiorrhiza (Danshen), based on transcriptome derived SSR markers

PPG013 Willyard, Ann - Liston, Aaron Multilocus phylogeography of recently differentiated Pinus greggii varieties

PPG014 Hay, Nikolai* - Ulrey, Chris - Kauffman, Gary - Murrell, Zack E. - Estep, Matt C. The diversity of populations and genetic structure of the rare endemic Geum radiatum

PPG015 Riekert, Brandy* - McNeal, Joel R. Development of Population Genetics Markers for the Rare Parasitic Plant Cuscuta harperi

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PTERIDOLOGY

PPD001 Holmlund, Helen* - Lekson, Victoria - Gillespie, Breahna - Nakamatsu, Nicole - Burns, Amanda - Sauer, Kaitlyn - Pittermann, Jarmila - Davis, Stephen Differential Response of Eight Fern Species to Severe Drought in California

PPD002 Ludwig, Thomas* - Catron, Ashley - Link-Perez, Melanie Identifying Hybrid Origins of Species in the genus Adiantopsis FĂŠe using Recombinant DNA and Cloning

PPD003 Bolin, Jay F.* - Mandujano, Viridiana - Noyola-Alonso, Karina - Elder, Morgan Identification of mycorrhizae associated with the aquatic plant Isoetes (Isoeteaceae)

REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY 5:30

PRP001 Best, Hannah* - Kyra, Krakos The Breeding System and Assessment of Pollen Limitation for Nine Native Missouri Species

5:30

PRP002 Molano-Flores, Brenda* - Coons, Janice - Annis, Jenna - Primer, Samantha - Shirley, Rhea - Coutant, Nancy - Zaya, David - MinnaertGrote, Jamie Reproductive and Seed Ecology of Physaria kaibabensis, an Endemic Species of the Kaibab Plateau in Arizona

5:30

PRP003 Davis, Sandra* - Dudle, Dana A Floral pinkness and anthocyaninidin synthase (ANS) expression during floral development in the protandrous herb Saponaria officinalis.

5:30

PRP004 Cohen, Jim Breeding system variation in Oreocarya crassipes

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SYMBIOSES: PLANT, ANIMAL, AND MICROBE INTERACTIONS

PSB001 Carper, Dana* - Carrell, Alyssa - Kueppers, Lara - Frank, A. Carolin The effect of climate change and site on the above- and belowground bacterial endophytic communities of subalpine conifer seedlings

PSB002 Pretz, Chelsea* - Mutka, Andrew - Rebecca, Bart Investigation of Virulence Functions of Type III Effectors in the Cassava Pathogen Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. manihotis (Bondar) Using Bioluminescence Imaging

PSB003 Taylor, Alexander* - Qiu, Yin-Long Evolutionary History of Genes Recruited for Nodulation

PSB004 Garcia, Michelle* - Moody, Michael Initial discoveries in the phytobiomes of two achlorophyllous plants in the Madrean Archipelago

PSB005 Kellam, Kane* - Harris, Kody - Ward, Jake - Twanabasu, Bishnu Sapkota, Jhapendra Mycorrhizal Fungi in Prairie Restoration in Texas

PSB006 Caudle, Keri* - Gillock, Eric Phylogenetic distribution of an endogenous strain of Dahlia mosaic virus in members of Asteraceae

PSB007 Sublett, Jacob* - Michaels, Helen J. Effects of Seed Coat Variation and Population in Lupinus perennis on Plant-Microbial Interactions

PSB008 Wong, Shan* - Downing, Jason - Liu, Hong Determining the Fungal Associa3ons of Two Co-ccurring Invasive Orchids in Miami–Dade County

SYSTEMATICS

PSY001 Tarullo, Cara* - Folk, Ryan - Soltis, Douglas - Soltis, Pamela S. - Drew, Bryan Using a supermatrix approach to explore historical biogeography, divergence times and phylogenetics of Saxifragales

PSY002 Loke, Elena* - Douglas, Norman - Flores Olvera, Hilda - Ochoterena, Helga - Moore, Michael Exploration of gypsum in the heart of the Chihuahuan Desert reveals three new endemic species

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PSY003 Carter, J. Richard* - Robinson, Ashlee D. - Woods, Rechelle T. - Lowe, Phillip D. Advances in Wiregrass Georgia: Infrastructural Improvements to Sustain another Half-Century of Herbarium-Based Research and Teaching

PSY004 Fisher, Amanda Elizabeth Botany at the Beach: California State University, Long Beach Herbarium (LOB)

PSY005 Snow, Neil The Kansas and Regional Reference Collection: A tool for promoting outreach of the T.M. Sperry Herbarium at Pittsburg State University

PSY006 Balci, Yilmaz The regulatory aspects of importing plant material into the United States for herbarium curation and research

PSY007 Schenk, John J. The Georgia Southern University Herbarium

PSY008 Best, Jason H. - Rehman, Tiana F.* - Fritsch, Peter W BRISC: BRIT Rapid Inventory of Specimen Collections

PSY009 Joseph, Camryn* - Stadelmann, Karoline - Endara, Lorena The New Language of Science: A novel approach to generating a phenomic matrix of gymnosperms

PSY010 Choi, Tae Young,* - Park, Chong-Wook Phylogenetic relationships of Pyrrosia species (Polypodiaceae) inferred from nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequences

PSY011 Dobbins, Catherine* - Gernandt, David S. - Aguirre, Xitlali - Lobo, Alejandra - Willyard, Ann Determining recent hybridization of pinyon pines in a zone of sympatry in northern Arizona

PSY012 Lockhart, Samuel* - Willyard, Ann Determining the validity of the species Pinus washoenis in the western United States

PSY013 Sifford, Mason* - Karemera, Hassan - Gernandt, David S. - Moreno, Alejandra - Willyard, Ann Mitochondrial lineages of Pinus subsection Ponderosae to resolve the relationship of species named in the United States and Mexico

PSY014 Ortiz-MartĂ­nez, Alfredo, Gernandt, David S. Morphological, ecological, and molecular differentiation in Pinus patula -97-


PSY015 Miller, Lindsey - Tepe, Eric J* “Root beer plant” and its relatives: a molecular phylogeny of Piper sect. Pothomorphe

PSY016 Lytle, Erika S* - Theiss, Kathryn E - Kephart, Susan Using population genetic analyses to distinguish between two morphologically similar species of rush lilies (Hastingsia)

PSY017 Wettewa, Eranga* - Bailey, Nicholas - Wallace, Lisa EPIC markers for understanding evolutionary diversification in Platanthera section Limnorchis (Orchidaceae)

PSY018 Majure, Lucas* - Neubig, Kurt Maximillian - Abbott, J. Richard - Naczi, Robert - Judd, Walter - Whitten, W. Mark A preliminary look at phylogenetic relationships of Dichanthelium (Paniceae: Poaceae)

PSY019 Vignovich, William* - Stonehouse, Gavin - Wood, Kenneth - Abbott, J. Richard - Naczi, Robert - Majure, Lucas - Neubig, Kurt Maximillian The origin and diversification of Dichanthelium (Poaceae) in Hawaii

PSY020 Loureiro, Joao - Castro, Silvia The holy grasses in South America (Hierochlo‚ R.Br. sect. Monoecia; Poaceae; Pooideae). Diversity and evolution of an isolated lineage

PSY021 Ickert-Bond, Stefanie - Lutz, Sue - Wen, Jun* Leaf anatomy and micromorphology of the New World Vitis: Implications for taxonomy and evolutionary biome shifts

PSY022 Edwards, Caroline* - Douglas, Norman - Ochoterena, Helga - Flores Olvera, Hilda - Moore, Michael From coastal strand to gypsum: phylogenetics and niche evolution in Abronia and Tripterocalyx (Nyctaginaceae)

PSY023 Park, Chong-Wook* - Bhandari, Gauri Shankar - Park, Jin Hee - Kim, Hye Min The origin and evolution of Fallopia sachalinensis (F. Schmidt) Ronse Decr. (Polygonaceae)in Ullung Island inferred from eight chloroplast regions

PSY024 Kellar, Chauncey Taxonomic Distinction Between Psoralidium tenuiflorum and P. floribundum (Fabaceae)

PSY025 Bleich, Andrew* - Trauth-Nare, Amy - Abbott, J. Richard - Naczi, Robert - Neubig, Kurt Maximillian Are there cryptic species in the North American Seneca snakeroot, Polygala senega (Polygalaceae)?

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PSY026 Jordan, Kristina* - Garwood, Nancy - Neubig, Kurt Maximillian A morphological and molecular case for hybridization of the species Trema cubensis & T. micrantha (Cannabaceae) on Hispaniola

PSY027 Garwood, Nancy* - Humphreys, Aelys - Neubig, Kurt Maximillian Jordan, Kristina Evolution of Trema species in the Neotropics

PSY028 Garoutte, Christopher Scott - Guilliams, C. Matt* Gathering new evidence for an old problem: the case of the island endemic, Heteromeles arbutifolia var. macrocarpa

PSY029 Dickinson, Tim* - Talent, Nadia - Lance, Ron Crataegus subgenus Americanae: tools with which to sort out eastern North American hawthorns

PSY030 Harris, Jesse* - Shaw, Joey Phylogenetic study of Castanea ozarkensis Ashe (Fagaceae) to determine the geographic distribution of genetic variability

PSY031 Akinsulore, Philips Opeyemi - Oladipo, Olaniran Temitope* - Illoh, Herbert Chukuma Comparative Systematic wood Anatomical study of Eleven species of Combretaceae in Nigeria

PSY032 Amarasinghe, Prabha* - Cellinese, Nico A preliminary molecular phylogeny of Memecylon (Melastomataceae) reveals novel insights into its biogeographic patterns

PSY033 Goncalves, Deise* - Simpson, Beryl - Ortiz, Edgardo M. - Jansen, Robert Comparative analyses of whole plastid genomes from the Myrtales

PSY034 Burke, Janelle M* - Grant, Kirstie - Michelangeli, Fabian Seven new species of Miconia (Melastomataceae) from the Andes

PSY035 Biver, Weston - Abbott, J. Richard - Naczi, Robert - Gulledge, Kim Poindexter, Derick - Neubig, Kurt Maximillian* Phylogenetic relationship of Hudsonia (Cistaceae): a North American endemic genus

PSY036 Foster, Charles* - Cantrill, David - James, Elizabeth - Syme, Anna Jordan, Rebecca - Douglas, Rachel - Ho, Simon - Henwood, Murray There goes Thecanthes: molecular phylogenetics clarifies the circumscription of Pimelea (Thymelaeaceae)

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PSY037 Marhold, Karol* - Kempa, Matúš - Al-Shehbaz, Ihsan A. - SalmerónSánchez, Esteban - Fuertes-Aguilar, Javier, - Mota, Juan Francisco, Al-Shehbaz, Ihsan A - German, Dmitry A. - Olšavská, Katarí­na Šingliarová, Barbora - Zozomová-Lihová, Judita - Španiel, Stanislav AlyBase - database of names, chromosome numbers and ploidy levels of the tribe Alysseae

PSY038 LI, JIANHUA* - Del Tredici, Peter - Lemmon, Alan R. - Moriarty Lemmon, Emily Phylogenetic Relationships of Theaceae Revisited: Evidence from Sequences of Multiple Nuclear Loci

PSY039 Asuzu, Chinwe Comparative anatomical study of the wood of three Nigerian alkaloid-rich Strychnos species

PSY040 Goeckeritz, Charity* - Bohs, Lynn - Kilbane, Christina - Leo, Karena Phylogeny of the Cyphomandra clade of the genus Solanum (Solanaceae) based on ITS and waxy sequence data

PSY041 Lacey, Mae* - Cantley, Jason - Martine, Chris Novel taxon in a new national park helps to disentangle species boundaries among spiny Australian bush tomatoes

PSY042 Waight, Emiko* - Thompson, Coleen - Blischak, Paul - Tian, Yuan Gaither, Jeff - Kubatko, Laura - Wolfe, Andrea D. Extension and application of methods for detecting hybridization in the plant genus Penstemon

PSY043 Robart, Bruce W.* - Apple, Krystal - Opferman, Carol Reassessment of the Pedicularis sudetica Taxonomic Complex: Species or Subspecies?

PSY044 Wang, Ruihong - Chen, Chuan - Koch, Marcus - Li, Pan - Fu, Chengxin* Phylogeny and biogeography of Scrophulaira (Scrophulariaceae) #

PSY045 Moein, Fatemeh* - Jamzad, Ziba - Rahiminejad, Mohammad Reza Mavrodiev, Evgeny - Gitzendanner, Matthew - Soltis, Douglas - Soltis, Pamela  S. Phylogenetic relationship of Salvia (Lamiaceae), with special focus on Iranian taxa

PSY046 Cavaliere, Dario Julian* - Little, Damon Phylogenetic placement of Martyniaceae: it’s not the trichomes

PSY047 Liu, Sitong* - Elvin, Mark - Drew, Bryan T Phylogenetics of Diversification of Monardella (Lamiaceae)

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PSY048 Sears, Nicole L - Tippery, Nicholas P* Evidence for two allopolyploid speciation events during the diversification of Nymphoides (Menyanthaceae)

PSY049 Rivera, Patricia, Terrazas, Teresa, Villaseñor, Jose Luis] Comparative leaf anatomy of Asteraceae in a xerophytic scrub and its relation to cytogenetic characters

PSY050 Zaika, Maxim A. - Krinitsyna, Anastasiya A. - Speranskaya, Anna S. Sukhorukov, Alexander P. Molecular phylogeny and carpology of the genus Scorzonera sensu lato (Asteraceae, Cichorieae)

PSY051 Hughes, Olivia* - Choudhury, Bailey - Shepherd, Kelly A. - Dillon, Steven - Jabaily, Rachel Schmidt Molecules to the rescue – clarification of new Australian wildflower species in Goodenia ‘Clade B’ to facilitate conservation

PSY052 Frawley, Emma* - Martine, Chris - Cantley, Jason - Butler, Alice Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid New functionally dioecious bush tomato from northwestern Australia, Solanum ossicruentum, may utilize “trample burr” dispersal

TEACHING

PTE001 Stephens, Jessica* - Gormally, Cara - Brickman, Peggy The impact of pedagogical instruction and feedback on future faculty teaching beliefs

PTE002 BODIN, EMILY - Moreton, Steven - Napier-Jameson, Rebekah - Clark, Megan - Manley, Michael - Cummins, Joseph - Bishop, Amanda Baghai-Riding, Nine Lucille* Comparing tree diversity of the main campus to the golf course at Delta State University, Cleveland, Mississippi

PTE003 Christopher, Dorothy* - Rosenwasser, Amy An experiment in plant nutrient stress to teach plant physiology and the scientific method

PTE004 Krimmel, Erica R. - Linton, Debra L. - Marsico, Travis D. - Monfils, Anna K - Morris, Ashley B. - Ruhfel, Brad R* CollectionsEducation.org: Connecting Students to Citizen Science and Curated Collections

PTE005 Carl, James Robert Currie* - Link-Perez, Melanie Alternative Methods of Engaging Students in the Lab: Using Everyday Materials to Prepare Living Microscopic Slides for the Study of Plants -101-


PTE006 Nepal, Madhav P. Scopes and Challenges of Incorporating Active Learning in a Large Section Introductory Botany Course

PTE007 Ray, Jessica* - Artigues, Renee - Azzolini, Jill - Buczynski, Rebekah Cusimano, Victoria - Fastige, Rachael - Hess, Garrett - Howe, Natalie King, Megan - Lin, Tesia - Olivares, Carlos - Rodriguez, Rachel - Sun, Alexandria - Struwe, Lena The undergraduate Herbarium Army at Rutgers University: Promoting interaction between students and scientific collections in teaching, research, and outreach

PTE008 Huang, Sophia - Whittall, Justen Bryant* Santa Clara University’s Tree of Trees: Using campus tree diversity to integrate molecular, organismal and evolutionary biology

PTE009 Tary, Anna - Taylor, Witt* - Cooper, Ranessa Digital-savvy Millennials in the field: using technology to teach science to non-majors in an outdoor setting

PTE010 Pilote, Alex* - Donovan, Lisa Incorporating written assignments into an introductory plant biology course

PTE011 Nepal, Madhav P. Scopes and Challenges of Incorporating Active Learning in a Large Section Introductory Botany Course

PTE012 Byng, James W.* - Smets, Erik - Christenhusz, Maarten An educational poster of the Vascular Plants Tree of Life

PTE013 Rath, Mary M.* - Thigpen, Chris NHC3: A Student Led Approach to Restoring Interest in Natural History Collections

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Paleobotanical Mixer

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Paleobotanical Banquet

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

ABLS Executive Committee Meeting

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Herbarium Curator's Meeting Oglethrope Auditorium

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

PlantingScience Reception

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Non-academic Botanical Career Panel Reception

8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Student Social and Networking Event Moon River Brewery -102-

Georgia International Gallery Chatham Ballroom - A Gwinnett

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 2ND 6:00 AM - 11:55 PM

Botany 2016 Conference Office

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

University of Connecticut Breakfast

7:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Continental Breakfast

7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Presentation Ready Room

7:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Conference Registration

8:00 AM - 9:45 AM 15 Ecology Section: Forest Ecology Chair: Cynthia D. Huebner

Jasper 106 River Concourse Green River Concourse

Contributed Papers

104

8:00

15001

Huebner, Cynthia D.* - McGill, David - Miller, Gary Comparison of Vegetation Composition in Response to Disturbance versus Local and Regional Physiography

8:15

15002

Gilland, Keith E.* - Chapman, Julia I. - Dickey, Mallory Understory plant community response to edge type and Lonicera Mackii removal in an isolated urban woodlot

8:30

15003

Laushman, Roger H* - Burg, Anika - Loke, Elena - Takagi, Yuta Ecology of Vitis riparia in a northeast Ohio forest: age-size distribution and recruitment

8:45

15004

Chapman, Julia* - McEwan, Ryan Tree Functional and Phylogenetic Diversity Across Topographic Gradients in an Old-growth Appalachian Forest

9:00

15005

Devall, Emerita, Margaret S. Tree-Ring dating of a Louisiana antebellum plantation house

9:15

15006

Kilgore, Jason Scott* - Dolan, Benjamin James Driving changes: Exploring the influence of emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) on the diversity of forest ground flora

9:30

15007

Jones, Ian Matthew* - Koptur, Suzanne - Gallegos, Hilma R - Tardanico, Joseph P - Trainer, Patricia A Changing Light Conditions in Pine Rockland Habitats Affect the Outcome of Ant-Plant Interactions

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8:00 AM - 11:45 AM 16 Contributed Papers Phylogenomics II Chair: Deren Alexander Robert Eaton; Michael McKain

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8:00

16001

Sinn, Brandon T.* - Daragan, Christina - Freudenstein, John V. Phylogenomics of Asarum subgenus Heterotropa section Hexastylis: serial derivations of similar floral forms spawned from two geographically-widespread species

8:15

16002

Rothfels, Carl* - Pryer, Kathleen - Li, Fay-Wei Next-generation polyploid phylogenetics: Low-cost, highthroughput resolution of hybrid polyploid complexes using PacBio and PURC

8:30

16003

Karimi, Nisa* - Stenz, Noah - Grover, Corrinne - Joseph, Gallagher Jonathan, Wendel - Baum, David Assessing genealogical discordance within Adansonia (Malvaceae) by targeted-sequence capture

8:45

16004

McKain, Michael* - McAllister, Chrissy - Biang, Kathrines - Clewel, Sarah - AuBuchon, Taylor - Saeidi, Saman - Welker, Cassiano - Art-han, Watchara - Pasquet, Remy - Traiperm, Paweena - Kellogg, Elizabeth Anne Phylogenomics and adaptive trait evolution of ecologically dominant grasses

9:00

16005

Robert Eaton, Deren Alexander* - Park, Brian - Spriggs, Elizabeth L. Donoghue, Michael Shape and scale in RAD-seq phylogenomics: Approaches for inferring trees for hundreds of taxa and millions of SNPs

9:15

16006

Xiang, Qiu-Yun (Jenny) - Dong, Yibo* - Douglas, Norman - Ji, Xiang Obata, Shihori - Pais, Andrew - Peet, Robert Phylogeography of Nyssa sylvatica complex (Nyssaceae, Cornales) – Integrative evidence from GBS data and gene sequencing

9:30

Break

10:00

16008

Pokorny, Lisa* - Johnson, Matthew - Gardner, Elliot - Wickett, Norm The evolutionary origins of the Rand Flora pattern in the Sweet Tabaiba (Euphorbia balsamifera): Hyb-Seq helps bridge the micromacroevolutionary gap

10:15

16009

Lindo, Julieta* - Dong, Yibo - Obata, Shihori - Ji, Xiang - Xiang, Qiu-Yun (Jenny) Phylogenomic study of Blue/White-Fruited Dogwoods (Cornus, Cornaceae) using GBS data

Canceled

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10:30

16010

Hancock, Lillian Pine* - Moore, Abigail - Holtum, Joseph - Edwards, Erika Phylogeny and evolution of Australian Calandrinia (Montiaceae): a CAM-evolving, succulent plant lineage from Australia, and the coolest plant radiation you’ve never heard of

10:45

16011

Carlsen, Monica* - Fer, Tomas - Kress, John A fully resolved phylogeny of the tropical Zingiberales using targeted gene enrichment

11:00

16012

Walker, Joseph* - Yang, Ya - Moore, Michael - Brockington, Samuel Smith, Stephen Gene family evolution in the carnivorous clade of Caryophyllales

11:15

16013

Jabaily, Rachel Schmidt* - Gardner, Andy - Sessa, Emily Butler Michener, Pryce - Johnson, Eden - Shepherd, Kelly A. Molecules, morphology, and monophyly: revising the enigmatic Australian clade Goodenia s.l. (Goodeniaceae) using comprehensive sampling and big data

8:00 AM - 11:45 AM 17 Contributed Papers Asterids I part B Chair: Lena Struwe; Audrey Ragsac

204

8:00

17001

Struwe, Lena* - Poinar, George O. Hidden in collections: Strychnos electri, the first asterid fossil found in neotropical amber

8:15

17002

Worcester, Lindsey* - Fishbein, Mark Phylogeny and Biogeography of the Podostemm Clade, Asclepias L. (Apocynaceae), Based on Three Putative Low Copy Nuclear COSII Loci

8:30

17003

Hasenstab-Lehman, Kristen* - McDade, Lucinda Leaf anatomy and micromorphology in the genus Varroia (Cordiaceae)

8:45

17004

Kim, Seon-Hee - Kim, Seung-Chul* New insight into the evolutionary and biogeographic history of golden bells (Forsythia; Oleaceae)

9:00

17005

Clavijo, Laura* - Clark, John L. - Zuluaga-Trochez, Alejandro Molecular phylogeny and character evolution of the Neotropical genus Drymonia (Gesneriaceae)

9:15

17006

Wolfe, Andrea D. Taxonomic revision of Penstemon section Fasciculus (Plantaginaceae) from Mexico -105-


9:30

17007

Wolfe, Andrea D.* - Blischak, Paul - Wenzel, Aaron - Kubatko, Laura Inferring the evolutionary history of Penstemon (Plantaginaceae) from phylogenetic analysis of next-generation sequence data

9:45

Break

10:15

17009

Fowler, Rachael M* - Bayly, Michael J - Murphy, Daniel The genus Eremophila (Scrophulariaceae, Myoporeae) in Australia's arid zone: phylogeny and biogeography using the chloroplast genome

10:30

17010

Kiel, Carrie A.* - McDade, Lucinda The evolution of androecial, pollen and stigma morphology in New World Justicia

10:45

17011

Ragsac, Audrey* - Heydler, Susan G - Cramer, Rainier - Lohmann, Lucia G - Olmstead, Richard G An update on the Bignoniaceae phylogeny: progress on Jacarandeae, Crescentieae, and Tecomeae

11:00

17012

Garcia, Nicolas* - Tharpe, Emily - Buell, C. Robin - Dudareva, Natalia Godden, Grant - Henry, Laura - Kamileen, Mohamed Omar - Schuette, Scott - O'Connor, Sarah - Soltis, Pamela  S. - Soltis, Douglas Preliminary analyses of genome size and secondary metabolite evolution in Lamiaceae

11:15

17013

Fraga, Naomi Diversity, endemism and conservation of California monkeyflowers (Phrymaceae): a case study in Erythranthe section Paradantha

11:30

17014

Gilman, Ian* - Tank, David C. Comparative phylogenetics of niche condition in Cordylanthus and Pseudocordylanthus (Orobanchaceae)

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 18 Teaching Section Papers Session I Chair: Madhav P. Nepal

Contributed Papers

101

8:00

18001

Nepal, Madhav P.* - Browning, Larry - Miller, Matthew Integrative Lesson Plans Centered on Vertical Hydroponic System (VHS): Immersive Professional Development Workshops for Science Teachers in a Rural Setting

8:15

18002

Clary, Renee Paleo-Plant Blindness? Botanical Representation in Museum Fossil Displays

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8:30

18003

Baker, Stokes S Using RNA-seq data in an Ecology Laboratory Inquiry Investigation

8:45

18004

Kellar, Pamela Roxanne Phylogenetic diversity comparison among Nebraska counties: example of a course-based undergraduate research experience (CURE)

9:00

18005

Gandolfo, Maria A* - Nixon, Kevin The Cornell University Plant Anatomy Collection (CUPAC) and the Cornell University Paleobotanical Slide Collection (CUPC-S) as an online teaching resource

9:15

18006

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

9:30

18007

Norcross, Lindsay* - Link-Perez, Melanie Investigating Bonsai as an Alternative Curriculum for Teaching Botanical Science to School-Aged Children

9:45

18008

Clayborn, Jaeson* - O'Brien, George - Medina, Miles School gardening with a twist using fish: Encouraging educators to adopt aquaponics in the classroom

10:00

Break

10:30

18010

Kummer, Tyler - Jensen, Jamie - Whipple, Clinton* Addressing common and persistent tree-thinking misconceptions in a plant diversity course

10:45

18011

Benedict, John C.* - Smith, Selena - Specht, Chelsea Using X-ray tomographic data to teach seed morphology, phylogenetics, and dichotomous keys

11:00

18012

Taylor, Witt* - Tary, Anna - Cooper, Ranessa The power of observation and Cape Cod as an outdoor laboratory

11:15

18013

Jones, Marcus* - Bunner, Allissa Developing and Implementing Effective Student Chapter Programs

11:30

18014

Wilkinson-Lamb, Sara* - Barkworth, Mary E - Gayou, Sean Anthony Smith, Drew Digitization Synchronization

11:45

18015

Gibson, J Phil Flipping Over Botany Lab

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8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 19 Contributed Papers Genomics & Proteomics I Chair: Ingrid Jordon-Thaden

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Egan, Ashley N.* - Vatanparast, Mohammad - Shetty, Prateek - Chopra, Ratan - Doyle, Jeff - Sathyanarayana, N. Transcriptome sequencing and marker development in winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus; Leguminosae)

8:15

19002

Heyduk, Karolina* - Ray, Jeremy - Leebens-Mack, Jim Comparative transcriptomics of Crassulacean acid metabolism in Yucca

8:30

19003

McNeal, Joel R. Comparative transcriptomics of the genus Cuscuta

8:45

19004

Peredo, Elena L* - Cardon, Zoe - Thomas, Suzanne - Bruce, Douglas De novo transcriptome assembly and gene expression profiling of the desiccation-tolerant desert green alga Scenedesmus rotundus during desiccation and rehydration

9:00

19005

Masalia, Rishi R.* - Burke, John The Story of Stresses: A look at transcriptomic variation of a single cultivated sunflower genotype across five abiotic stresses

9:15

19006

Bechen, Lindsey - Overson, Rick - Johnson, Matthew - Fant, Jeremie Levin, Rachel - Robert, Raguso - Skogen, Krissa - Wickett, Norm* Organ-specific transcriptomes of Oenothera harringtonii (Onagraceae) and associated variation in floral scent

9:30

19007

Landis, Jacob Brian* - Carey, Sarah B. - Payton, Adam C. - Woodruff, Emily D. - Conrad, Roth E. - Barry, Kerrie - Jenkins, Jerry - Grimwood, Jane - Schmutz, Jeremy - McDaniel, Stuart F. Sexual dimorphic expression patterns in the transcriptome of juvenile tissue of Ceratodon purpureus

9:45

Break

10:15

19009

Andersen, Ethan J.* - Nepal, Madhav P. - Ali, Shaukat - Yen, Yang Reese, R. Neil - Neupane, Surendra Genome-wide Identification of the CNL Disease Resistance Genes in Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) and Their Evolutinary Divergence

10:30

19010

Lane, Amanda* - Kerry, John - Augustin, Megan - Kutchan, Toni Leebens-Mack, Jim Weighted Gene Correlation Network Analysis of Morphine Biosynthesis in Opium Poppy (Papaver somniferum)

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10:45

19011

Ramsey, Adam Joseph* - Mandel, Jennifer R Patterns of cyto-nuclear disequilibrium and the influence of heteroplasmy in wild carrot, Daucus carota (Apiaceae)

11:00

19012

Liu, Xiaoxian* - Barbazuk, William B. - Soltis, Pamela S. - Soltis, Douglas E. A de novo detection pipeline for alternative splicing based on singlemolecule long-read isoforms using Amborella trichopoda

11:15

19013

Naumann, Julia* - Wafula, Eric K. - Palmer, Jeffrey D. - dePamphilis, Claude W. Tremendous Transfer – Intracellular Gene Transfer in the Basal Angiosperm Amborella trichopoda

11:30

19014

Guo, Wenhu - Mower, Jeff* Complete mitochondrial genomes from the ferns Ophioglossum californicum and Psilotum nudum are highly repetitive with the largest organellar introns

11:45

19015

Hall, Nathan* - Zhang, Hui - McElroy, J. Scott - Goertzen, Leslie The Mitochondrial Genome of Eleusine indica

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 20 Contributed Papers Basal Dicots/Monocots part A (Asparagales) Chairs: John V. Freudenstein; Pei-Luen Lu

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8:00

20001

Horn, Charles A new hybrid of Asimina (Annonaceae) in the southeastern USA

8:15

20002

Lu, Pei-Luen* - Lee, Shih-Chien The Identification of Nucleotide Sequence Polymorphisms and Gene Resources for Cinnamomum osmophloeum Kaneh. Based on ITS2 and Chloroplast DNA Sequences

8:30

20003

McDaniel, James* - Cameron, Ken The Power of Movement in Orchids, a Kinematics Study of Porroglossum (Pleurothallidinae)

8:45

20004

Unruh, Sarah* - McKain, Michael - Pires, Joseph Chris - Leebens-Mack, Jim Genome Evolution in Orchidaceae

9:00

20005

Freudenstein, John V.* - Yukawa, Tomohisa Analysis of relationships among Calypsoinae (Orchidaceae), a small group with diverse floral and trophic strategies

9:15

20006

Pace, Matthew Charles What is the evolutionary significance of hybridization in North American Orchidaceae?: Evidence from Spiranthes and Platanthera -109-


9:30

20007

Wilson, Carol A Recovered clades change our understanding of relationships in the Eurasian bearded Iris (subgenus Iris)

9:45

Break

10:15

20009

Garcia, Nicolas* - Meerow, Alan W. - Chamala, Srikar - Gitzendanner, Matthew - Oliveira, Renata S. - Folk, Ryan - Soltis, Douglas - Soltis, Pamela  S. Revisiting incongruence in the diploid phylogeny of Amaryllidaceae tribe Hippeastreae (Asparagales): hybridization or incomplete lineage sorting?

10:30

20010

Abdul, Suleiman* - Sawa, Fatima B.J. - Zhigila, Daniel Andrawus Chidibere, Chukwu Interspecific Comparisons using phenotypic features among varieties of onions (Allium cepa L.) in Nigeria

10:45

20011

Howard, Cody* - Cellinese, Nico Combing Africa: preliminary attempts at untangling the historical evolution of the Ledebouriinae (Scilloideae, Asparagaceae)

11:00

20012

Kim, Changkyun - Kim, Joo-Hwan* Molecular phylogeny, historical biogeography, and divergence timeestimates of Maianthemum sensu stricto (Asparagaceae)

11:15

20013

Floden, Aaron J Updated analyses of the axillary-flowered Polygonateae (Asparagaceae): Disporopsis, Heteropolygonatum, and Polygonatum

11:30

20014

Mortimer, Sebastian - Kephart, Susan* - Culley, Theresa - Tunison, Robert Genetic Structure and Trait Differentiation of Camassia Species in the Snake River Watershed of Northeastern Oregon and adjacent Western Idaho Camassia

8:00 AM - 12:15 PM 21 Contributed Papers Cooley Awards I Chairs: Tim Dickinson; Morgan Gostel

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Vargas, Oscar M* - Simpson, Beryl Reticulate evolution and recent diversification in Andean Compositae (Astereae: Diplostephium)

8:15

21002

Dellinger-Johnston, Rebecca - Kirchoff, Bruce K* Controlled Experiments Demonstrate that a Visual Identification Key is Superior to an Illustrated Key -110-


8:30

21003

Schafran, Peter* - Zimmer, Elizabeth - Taylor, W. Carl - Musselman, Lytton Molecular phylogeny of diploid Isoetes (Isoetaceae, Lycophyta) in the southeastern United States based on low-copy nuclear markers and whole chloroplast genomes

8:45

21004

Bruneau, Anne Biogeography of the genus Crudia (Detarieae, Leguminosae)

9:00

21005

Cooper, Benjamin* - Moore, Michael - Wickett, Norm - Overson, Rick - Johnson, Matthew - Skogen, Krissa Using target enrichment methods to resolve the phylogeny of Oenothera sect. Calylophus (Onagraceae) with 322 nuclear loci

9:15

21006

Freyman, William A.* - Höhna, Sebastian - Baldwin, Bruce G. Phylogenetic models of chromosome number evolution and chromosomal speciation

9:30

21007

Arbizu, Carlos* - Ellison, Shelby - Senalik, Douglas - Simon, Philipp Spooner, David Genotyping-by-sequencing provides insights into the classification of the subspecies of Daucus carota

9:45

Break

10:15

21009

Orozco, Jessica A Vascular Flora of the South Fork Tule River, Southern Sierra Nevada, Tulare County, California

10:30

21010

Thapa, Ramhari* - Bayer, Randall - Mandel, Jennifer R Reconstruction of Phylogenetic Relationship in Antennaria (Asteraceae) using Data from Hundreds of Loci

10:45

21011

Everett, Amanda* - Simpson, Michael The Phylogeny of Pogogyne (Lamiaceae): An Evolutionary Analysis Comparing Two Next Generation Sequencing Methodologies

11:00

21012

Stoughton, Thomas Evolution and Systematics of Claytonia lanceolata sensu lato (Montiaceae)

11:15

21013

Molgo, Iwan* - Soltis, Pamela  S. - Soltis, Douglas Geographical distribution of cytotypes within Callisia section Cuthbertia (Commelinaceae)

11:30

21014

Neupane, Suman Biogeographic history, evolution of secondary woodiness, and diversification in the three woody clades in the herbaceous tribe Spermaoceae (Rubiaceae) -111-


11:45

21015

Spalink, Daniel* - Kriebel, Ricardo - Givnish, Thomas J - Feist, Mary Ann - Waller, Don - Cameron, Ken - Sytsma, Ken Disassembly and reassembly of the Wisconsin flora: phylogenetic and geographic patterns of diversity in a changing climate

12:00

21016

Wefferling, Keir* - Loureiro, Joao - Castro, Silvia - Castro, Mariana Tavares, Daniela - Hoot, Sara Disentangling the Subalpine Marshmarigold Polyploid Species Complex: Cytogeography of Caltha leptosepala s.l. (Ranunculaceae)

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM SY05 Symposium Chatham Ballroom - B Evolution, Development, and Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and Arrangement Chair: Wenheng Zhang; Qiu-Yun (Jenny) Xiang 8:00 SY05SUM Xiang, Qiu-Yun (Jenny)* - Zhang, Wenheng Evolution, Development, and Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and Arrangement 8:00 Introduction 8:15

SY05002 Nikolov, Lachezar Atanasov* - Davis, Charles C. The big, the bad, and the beautiful: evolution and development of the world's largest flowers (Rafflesiaceae)

8:45

SY05003 Bukhari, Ghadeer - Zhang, Jingbo - Zhang, Wenheng* Patterns of floral organ initiation and evolution of floral symmetry in pentapetalous angiosperms

9:15

SY05004 Hileman, Lena C Phylogenetic and genetic patterns of flower evolution in Penstemon

9:45

Break

10:15 SY05006 Bartlett, Madelaine Organ Identity and Organ Boundaries in Floral Development and Evolution 10:45 SY05007 Kulbaba, Mason W* - Tomaszewski, Caitlin E - Clocher, Ilona C Harder, Lawrence D Heritability and Fitness Consequences of Architectural Effects Within Inflorescences 11:15 SY05008 Xiang, Qiu-Yun (Jenny) - Ma, Qin* - Liu, Xiang - Franks, Robert A proposed TFL1-AP1-like gene-based model for the evolution of inflorescence architecture in Cornus L. (Cornaceae) 11:45 Discussion -112-


8:00 AM - 12:30 PM SY06 Symposium Plant Research and Conservation on the Andes Chairs: Claudia Segovia; Simon Uribe-Convers

Chatham Ballroom - C

8:00 Introduction 8:15

SY06002 Segovia, Claudia* - Uribe-Convers, Simon - Gonzalez, Lauren A Review of Plant Research in the Andes: 2006-2016

8:45

SY06003 Rada, Fermin Functional diversity in different plant life-forms of the tropical high Andes

9:15

SY06004 Lagomarsino, Laura* - Condamine, Fabien - Antonelli, Alexandre Davis, Charles C. The abiotic and biotic drivers of rapid diversification in Andean lobelioids (Campanulaceae)

9:45

Break

10:15 SY06006 Frost, Laura Patterns of diversification in Andean Citharexylum (Verbenaceae) 10:45 SY06007 Uribe-Convers, Simon* - Tank, David C. The evolutionary history of Neobartsia (Orobanchaceae)—biogeography, dispersification, genomics, and coalescence 11:15 SY06008 Pease, James* - Dick, Christopher - Haak, David - Hahn, Matt - Moyle, Leonie - Silman, Miles - Smith, Stephen Phylogenomics of rapid speciation and adaptation in AndeanAmazonian plant species 11:45 SY06009 Madriñán, Santiago "Páramo Plants Online" as a tool for biodiversity studies in a hyperdiverse ecosystem 12:15 Discussion

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8:15 AM - 9:45 AM 22 Contributed Papers Ecology Section: Invasive Species Chair: Eric C Morgan

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22001

Morgan, Eric C Indirect impacts of a non-native orchid, Epipactis helleborine (L.) Crantz, upon the native orchid flora of Long Island, New York

8:30

22002

Grewell, Brenda J.* - Drenovsky, Rebecca - Skaer Thomason, Meghan J. - Futrell, Caryn J. - Iannucci, Maria Colonization ability of invasive Ludwigia congeners across resource gradients: diploid outperforms polyploid

8:45

22003

Blair, Charles E Invasive Aquatic and Riparian Weeds and Mosquitoes; Challenges, Successes, and Importance of On-going Studie

Canceled 9:00

22004

Ramsey, Adam Joseph* - Mandel, Jennifer R A Survey of Queen Anne's Lace on Nantucket and an Assessment of its Effect on Native Pollination

9:15

22005

Hancock, Laura* - Wheeler, Julia - Stinson, Kristina Metapopulation and source-sink dynamics of the invasive Alliaria petiolata

9:30

22006

Borowicz, Victoria A. Impact of the exotic invasive legume Lespedeza cuneata on demography of Pedicularis canadensis, a native parasitic plant

8:15 AM - 11:45 AM 23 Contributed Papers Paleozoic and Mesozoic Paleobotany Chair: Unknown

102

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23001

Strother, Paul Cryptospores record the canalization of meiosis in the evolving sporophyte

8:30

23002

Taylor, Thomas N Life after arbuscules: Interfungal interactions from the Devonian Rhynie chert

8:45

23003

Gensel, Patricia G More “woody� plants from the Early Devonian

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9:00

23004

Schwendemann, Andrew Benjamin A leaf economic analysis of high latitude Triassic plants from Antarctica

9:15

23005

Ryberg, Patricia Elizabeth A Permineralized Ovulate Cone from the Fremouw Formation of the Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica

9:30

23006

Decombeix, Anne-Laure* - Serbet, Rudolph - Taylor, Edith L - Taylor, Thomas N Triassic trees with epicormic shoots from Gordon Valley, central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica

9:45

Break

10:15

23008

Serbet, Rudolph* - Decombeix, Anne-Laure - Gulbranson, Erik L Taylor, Edith L - Taylor, Thomas N A diverse Late Triassic flora from the Allan Hills (Lashly Formation), southern Victoria Land, Antarctica

10:30

23009

Doyle, James A Stem, crown, and real and apparent conflicts between fossils and molecular dating

10:45

23010

Nixon, Kevin - Weeks, Andrea - Crepet, William* A New, Densely Armored Ericalean Floral Taxon from the Turonian of New Jersey USA

11:00

23011

Gandolfo, Maria A* - Zamaloa, Maria C. Antarctic- Patagonian Plant Diversity during the Cretaceous-Tertiary

11:15

23012

Rothwell, Gar W* - Stockey, Ruth A Will the real Corystospermales please stand up

11:30

23013

Wheeler, Elisabeth* - Srivastava, Rashmi - Manchester, Steven - Baas, Pieter Revisiting the Deccan Intertrappean Woods

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Exhibit Hall Open

Exhibit Hall

9:45 AM - 10:15 AM

Coffee Break

Exhibit Hall

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10:15 AM - 11:00 AM Tropical Biology Chair: Suzanne Koptur

24

Contributed Papers

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24001

Worthy, Samantha* - Cruse-Sanders, Jennifer M. - Reynolds, Alex Barone, John - Burgess, Kevin Phylogenetic analysis of Andean tree communities along an elevational gradient in Ecuador

10:30

24002

Zona, Scott* - Christenhusz, Maaten Litter-trapping plants: filter-feeders of the plant kingdom

10:45

24003

Plunkett, Gregory M.* - Balick, Michael J. - Ranker, Tom A. Thackurdeen, R. Sean - Tuiwawa, Marika - Chanel, Sam - Dovo, Presley - Ala, Philemon - Alo, Frazer - Doro, Thomas - Wahe, Jean-Pascal Ticktin, Tamara - McGuigan, Ashley - Naikatini, Alivereti - Perry, Brian A. - Amend, Anthony A. - Harrison, K. David “Plants mo Pipol blong Vanuatu�: Long-term botanical studies in a South Pacific archipelago

10:15 AM - 12:00 PM 25 Ecology Section: Seed Ecophysiology Chair: Alan Harvey

Contributed Papers

104

10:15

25001

Harvey, Alan* - Dorfzaun, Alexandra - Corbin, Bradley Ecological role of post-floral nectaries in Richardia scabra (Rubiaceae)

10:30

25002

Chmielewski, Matthew* - Eppley, Sarah Bryophytes on the Wing: First Evidence of Widespread Bryophyte Spore Vectoring on Bird Surfaces

10:45

25003

Fernando, Thilina* - Herlihy, Chris - Walck, Jeffrey Role of local adaptation to abiotic factors during seed germination stage in the maintenance of flower color polymorphism in Leavenworthia stylosa

11:00

25004

Klimczak, Korena* - Schafran, Peter - Jones, Marcus Use of Mycorrhizal Fungi in Commercial Medium when Germinating Cypripedium acaule (Orchidaceae)

11:15

25005

Koontz, Stephanie M.* - Weekley, Carl W. - Menges, Eric S. Trials and tribulations of waking a seed from its dormancy slumber

11:30

25006

Hughes, William Constrained Evolution of Perenniality: Pleiotropic Effects of PEP1 on Seed Traits in Arabis alpina -116-


11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Tropical Biology Business Meeting

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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM S4 Regional Botany Special Lecture Oglethrope Auditorium Wendy Zomlefer and Linds Chafin Ancient Mountains to Recent Shorelines: Adventures in the Flora of Georgia

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

BSA Teaching Section Meeting and Luncheon

101

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM S5 Enhancing Scientist Diversity in Plant Biology Luncheon Chatham Ballroom - A Juan Zalapa - A Mexican-American in Higher Education

1:30 PM - 3:15 PM 26 Contributed Papers Conservation Biology I - Chair: Claudia Jolls

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1:30

26001

Pearson, Katelin D* - Ellis, Shari - Ellwood, Elizabeth - Nelson, Gil Paul, Deborah - Riccardi, Greg - Mast, Austin On the front lines of discovering change: Biodiversity specimen collectors as the Anthropocene’s outlier detectors

1:45

26002

Barkworth, Mary E* - Wilkinson-Lamb, Sara - Dyreson, Curtis - Cobb, Neil Extending the impact of digitization and biodiversity networks

2:00

26003

Jensen, Nicholas A Flora of Tejon Ranch, California

2:15

26004

Van Zant, Jeffrey - Talcott, Anna - Cooper, Ranessa* Genetic structure and gene flow among Cirsium hillii (Hill’s thistle; Asteraceae) populations from Drummond Island, Michigan

2:30

26005

White, Abbey* - Kramer, Andrea - Fant, Jeremie Understanding genetic diversity, clonality, and demography to inform restoration of a vulnerable Great Lakes endemic thistle, Cirsium hillii (Asteraceae)

2:45

26006

Hartley, Nathan* - Hardy, Christopher Diversity and Rarity in the Pennsylvanian Wetland Flora

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3:00

26007

Jolls, Claudia* - INKSTER, JACLYN - Fegley, Erin - Havens, Kayri Vitt, Pati - Scholtens, Brian Antagonistic and mutualistic networks of the rare Great Lakes shoreline endemic, Pitcher’s thistle

1:30 PM - 4:30 PM 27 Contributed Papers Genomics & Proteomics II Chair: Ingrid Jordon-Thaden

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1:30

27001

Witherup, Colby* - Johnson, Matthew - Wickett, Norm Testing hypotheses on the repeated origination of polyploidy in plants

1:45

27002

An, Hong* - Qi, Xinshuai - Barker, Michael S - Pires, Joseph Chris The origin and diversity of Brassica napus

2:00

27003

Qi, Xinshuai - An, Hong - Hall, Tara - Pires, Joseph Chris* - Barker, Michael S Significant genetic structure and variation among domesticated Brassica rapa subspecies uncovered by transcriptomics

2:15

27004

Samanfar, Bahram* - Cober, Elroy - Charette, Martin - Schoenrock, Andrew - Dehne, Frank - Golshani, Ashkan - Molnar, Steve A functional genomics approach (PIPE, Protein-protein Interaction Prediction Engine) to identify new early maturity alleles in soybean for Western Canada

2:30

27005

Coate, Jeremy* - Powell, Adrian - Koenig, Max - Doyle, Jeff Patterns of homoeologue usage within and among three Glycine allopolyploid species

2:45

27006

Gerelle, Wesley* - Lam, Vivienne K. Y. - Graham, Sean W. Comparative genomics of Parasitaxus usta, a podocarp conifer with a unique form of heterotrophy

3:00

27007

Moore, Abigail J* - Hancock, Lillian Pine - De Vos, Jurriaan - Edwards, Erika The phylogenies and evolutionary history of the Portullugo Clade (Caryophyllales)

3:15

27008

Yang, Ya* - Moore, Michael - Brockington, Samuel - Smith, Stephen Functional and spatial heterogeneity of gene family evolution in nonmodel species: three strategies using Caryophyllales as an example

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3:30

Break

4:00

27010

Lewis, Emily Marie* - Fant, Jeremie - Moore, Michael - Skogen, Krissa Differences in population genetic structure of hawkmoth- and beepollinated species of Oenothera (Onagraceae)

4:15

27011

Spoelhof, Jonathan* - Chester, Micahel - Rodriguez, Roseana - Geraci, Blake - Heo, Kweon - Mavrodiev, Evgeny - Soltis, Douglas E - Soltis, Pamela  S. Chromosomal Composition and Fertility in Two Resynthesized Allopolyploid Plant Species

1:30 PM - 5:00 PM 28 Contributed Papers Mesozoic to Pleistocene Paleobotany Chair: Unknown

102

1:30

28001

Herrera, Fabiany* - Shi, Gongle - Knopf, Patrick - Leslie, Andrew Ichinnorov, Niiden - Takahashi, Masamichi - Crane, Peter - Herendeen, Patrick Diversity of taxodiaceous Cupressaceae seed cones from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia

1:45

28002

lai, Yangjun - Gandolfo, Maria A - Crepet, William* - Nixon, Kevin Altingiaceae fossils from the Turonian (Late Cretaceous) of New Jersey, USA

2:00

28003

Serbet, Rudolph* - Rothwell, Gar W Developing an organismal concept for the Late Cretaceous cupressaceous conifer Drumhellera Serbet and Stockey

2:15

28004

Wilf, Peter* - Stevenson, Dennis Wm. - Cuneo, N. Ruben The Last Patagonian Cycad, an Extinct Genus of Zamiaceae (Tribe Encephalarteae) from the early Eocene Laguna del Hunco Flora, Chubut, Argentina

2:30

28005

Stockey, Ruth A* - Mindell, Randal A. Permineralized Sloanea (Elaeocarpaceae) from the Eocene of North America

2:45

28006

DeVore, Melanie* - Pigg, Kathleen B Alternative analogues for the evolutionary mechanisms that drive diversification of some upland Rosaceae

3:00

28007

Jud, Nathan A Fossil woods from OcĂş Panama

3:15

Break -119-


3:45

28009

Rozefelds, Andrew* - Dettmann, Mary - Clifford, Trevor Cenozoic macrofloras of northern Australia - new floras, new taxa and new approaches

4:00

28010

Stults, Debra* - Axsmith, Brian - McNair, Daniel - Alford, Mac Preliminary investigation of a diverse Miocene megaflora from the Hattiesburg Formation, Mississippi

4:15

28011

Herrera, Fabiany* - Muller, Gregory - Huhndorf, Sabine - Soriano, Carmen - Manchester, Steven - Jaramillo, Carlos Exquisitely preserved xylariaceous fungal fruiting bodies from the Early Miocene of Panama

4:30

28012

Harbert, Robert S - Nixon, Kevin* Applications of a novel model (CRACLE) for the estimation of >30,000 years of paleoclimate using packrat (Neotoma sp.) midden plant macrofossils from the American Southwest

4:45

28013

Brightly, William* - Stromberg, Caroline A. E. - Osborne, Colin Hartley, Sue Exploring the Adaptive Role of Biogenic Silica in Poaceae, a Phylogenetic Approach

1:30 PM - 5:00 PM 29 Contributed Papers Development and Structure I Chair: Selena Smith

202

1:30

29001

Grasso, Matthew* - Lintilhac, Philip Microbead encapsulation of living plant protoplasts: A new tool for the handling of single plant cells

1:45

29002

Guzmán-Delgado, Paula* - Fernández, Victoria - Graça, José - Gil, Luis - Zwieniecki, Maciej The cuticle as a lipidic epidermal cell wall region: a re-assessment of the prevailing model

2:00

29003

Salvi, Amanda M* - Smith, Selena Effect of canopy shading on morphology, anatomy, and self-shading in spiral gingers (Costus)

2:15

29004

Ray, Dustin* - Jones, Cynthia S. Conduit packing and allometric scaling of tissues in petioles

2:30

29005

Carvalho, Monica* - Niklas, Karl Geometric Scaling and Hydraulic Architecture of Xylem and Phloem in Poplar and Ginkgo Leaves

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2:45

29006

Robertson, Daniel Jordan* - Cook, Douglas A Structural Engineering Perspective on the Functional Anatomy of Maize

3:00

29007

Gladish, Daniel K* - Saito, Susumu - Niki, Teruo Metaxylem vessel collapse during early development in primary roots of Zea mays ssp. mexicana

3:15

Break

3:45

29009

Morris, Hugh* - PlavcovĂĄ, Lenka - Jansen, Steven New insights into the functional anatomy of wood parenchyma

4:00

29010

Schwallier, Rachel M.* - Gravendeel, Barbara - de Boer, Hugo - van Heuven, Bertie Joan - Sieder, Anton - Sumail, Sukaibin - van Vugt, Rogier - Nylinder, Stephan - Lens, Frederic Evolution of wood anatomical characters in Nepenthes and close relatives in Caryophyllales

4:15

29011

Abdul Ghaffar, Muhammad Akbar* - Meulia, Tea - Cornish, Katrina Histological Study of Laticifer and Rubber Particle Ontogeny in Taraxacum kok-saghyz Roots

4:30

29012

Seago, James L Anatomical Traits of Hydrophytes

4:45

29013

Bock, Jane H Forensic Botany

1:30 PM - 5:15 PM 30 Contributed Papers Biogeography I Chairs: Brent D. Mishler; Betsy Collins

203

1:30

30001

Dupin, Julia* - Matzke, Nicholas J - Särkinen, Tiina - Knapp, Sandra Olmstead, Richard G - Bohs, Lynn - Smith, Stacey D. Bayesian estimation of the global biogeographic history of the Solanaceae

1:45

30002

Kim, Seon-Hee* - Maki, Masayuki - Lee, Sangryong - Kim, Seung-Chul Phylogeny and phylogeography of Symplocarpus and Lysichiton (Araceae; Orontioideae) in eastern Asia and North America

2:00

30003

Majure, Lucas C.* - Hodgson, Wendy - Judd, Walter - Williams, Norris Neubig, Kurt Maximillian Out of the canyon: phylogenetic evidence for the biogeographic history of the iconic beavertail cactus and relatives

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2:15

30004

Moore, Michael* - Drake, Ellen - Douglas, Norman - Flores Olvera, Hilda - Ochoterena, Helga An exception to prove the rule: Do edaphic refugia explain the unusual distribution of Dermatophyllum (Fabaceae)?

2:30

30005

Mugizi, Tusiime Felly - Gizaw, Abel - Wondimu, Tigist - Masao, Catherine Aloyce - Abdi, Ahmed Abdikadir - Muwanika, Vincent Travnicek, Pavel - Nemomissa, Sileshi - Popp, Magnus - Eilu, Gerald Brochmann, Christian African mountains conquered twice, followed by plastid capture and polyploidization: the intriguing history of the sweet vernal grasses (Anthoxanthum L. Poaceae; Pooideae)

2:45

30006

Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin* - Nodza, George A Rare and A New Orchid Record for Nigeria

3:00

30007

Collins, Betsy* - Weeks, Andrea Using low-copy nuclear markers to study population genetics and phylogeography of Neotropical Palo Santo trees (Bursera graveolens; Burseraceae)

3:15

Break

3:45

30009

Frost, Laura* - Olmstead, Richard G Convergent and divergent forms of arid-adapted Citharexylum (Verbenaceae)

4:00

30010

Oh, Sang-Hun* - Youm, Jung-Won - Kim, Yong-In - Kim, Young-Dong Phylogeny and Evolution of Endemic Species on Ulleungdo Island, Korea: The Case of Fagus multinervis (Fagaceae)

4:15

30011

Leslie, Andrew* - Donoghue, Michael - Mathews, Sarah - Beaulieu, Jeremy - Jetz, Walter Conifer diversity hotspots along a museum-to-cradle continuum

4:30

30012

Mishler, Brent D.* - Thornhill, Andrew - Kling, Matthew - Freyman, William A. - Ackerly, David - Baldwin, Bruce G. Patterns of beta-diversity in the California vascular flora, comparing species-based and phylogenetic turnover measures

4:45

30013

Baldwin, Bruce G.* - Thornhill, Andrew - Freyman, William A. Ackerly, David - Mishler, Brent D. Hotspots of species richness and endemism in the California flora

5:00

30014

Fehlberg, Shannon D* - Prather, L. Alan - Ferguson, Carolyn J. Environmental niche differentiation in three diploid-polyploid complexes in southwestern Phlox (Polemoniaceae)

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1:30 PM - 5:15 PM 31 Contributed Papers Cooley Awards II Chairs: Carol A Wilson; Charles Horn

201

1:30

31001

Coburn, Francis Flora of the Upper Verde River, Arizona

1:45

31002

Giraldo, Giovanny* - Lemmon, Emily - Lemmon, Alan R. - Cameron, Ken Genome Size of Vanilloideae, and its Phylogeny Inferred from NextGen Anchored Phylogenomics

2:00

31003

Rose, Jeff* - Kriebel, Ricardo - Sytsma, Ken Biogeography and Biome Shifts of Blueberries (Ericaceae)

2:15

31004

Ghandforoush, Titian* - Kron, Kathleen A Interpreting the evolutionary patterns of tropical blueberries (Vaccinieae) in the Indo–Pacific

2:30

31005

Johnson, Melissa* - Clark, John R. - McDade, Lucinda Phylogeny, biogeography, and diversification of Pacific Cyrtandra (Gesneriaceae), a hyper-diverse lineage of island specialists

2:45

31006

Marx, Hannah* - Tank, David C. Diversity dynamics of alpine flora using mega-phylogenetic approaches

3:00

31007

Weitemier, Kevin* - Liston, Aaron Genome-enabled phylogeography in the Great Basin milkweed, Asclepias cryptoceras (Apocynaceae)

3:15

Break

3:45

31009

Gardner, Elliot* - Johnson, Matthew - Pereira, Joan T. - Raguso, Robert - Skogen, Krissa - Wickett, Norm - Zerega, Nyree J.C. Phylogenomics of Artocarpus (Moraceae) from 333 nuclear genes: insights into pollination transitions

4:00

31010

Ortiz, Edgardo M.* - Simpson, Beryl Biogeography of the Andean Vaccinieae with emphasis on the genera Demosthenesia, Pellegrinia and Siphonandra

4:15

31011

Patel, Nikisha Rashmi* - Barrington, David Apomixis and reticulate evolution in Chinese Polystichum section Xiphopolystichum

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4:30

31012

Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid* - Freyman, William A. - Ruhfel, Brad R Martine, Chris Glacial relict speciation of the Appalachian diploid Draba ramosissima (Brassicaceae)

4:45

31013

Caraballo-Ortiz, Marcos A.* - Carlo, Tomas - dePamphilis, Claude W. Elucidating evolutionary relationships and biogeography on the endemic Caribbean mistletoes Dendropemon (Loranthaceae) using multiple transcriptomes and traditional molecular markers

5:00

31014

Dong, Yibo - LI, JIANHUA - Soltis, Douglas - Wong, Gane Ka-Shu Soltis, Pamela  S. - Xiang, Qiu-Yun (Jenny)* Patterns of morphological and molecular divergence of species pairs between eastern Asia and eastern North America inferred from transcriptome data

1:30 PM - 5:15 PM C2 Colloquium Patterns and Processes of American Amphitropical Plant Disjunctions: New Insights Chair: Unknown 1:30

204

C2SUM Simpson, Michael* - Guilliams, C. Matt - Whittall, Justen Bryant Patterns and Processes of American Amphitropical Plant Disjunctions: New Insights

1:45

C2001

Simpson, Michael* - Guilliams, Matt What are American amphitropical disjunctions and why are they interesting?

2:00

C2002

Tank, David C. The evolutionary origin of Castilleja (Orobanchaceae) in South America

2:15

C2003

Drew, Bryan T* - Sytsma, Ken Amphitropical disjunctions in New World Mints (Lamiaceae)

2:30

C2004

Johnson, Leigh Stasis, evolution, and extirpation: exploring the fates of angiosperm species post long-distance dispersal with examples from Polemoniaceae

2:45

C2005

Lewis, Lily R.* - Biersma, Elisabeth M. - Rozzi, Ricardo - Goffinet, Bernard American temperate and polar amphitropical bryophytes

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3:00

C2006

Guilliams, Matt* - Mabry, Makenzie - Hasenstab-Lehman, Kristen Baldwin, Bruce G. - Simpson, Michael Exploring patterns and mechanisms of American amphitropical disjunction in the Amsinckiinae (Boraginaceae)

3:15

C2007

Villaverde, Tamara* - Escudero, Marcial - Bruederle, Leo P. - Starr, Julian R. - Martí­n-Bravo, Santiago - Luceño, Modesto The bipolar disjunction in biogeography: case studies in genus Carex (Cyperaceae)

3:30

Break

4:00

C2009

Saunders, Kelsey* - Schenk, John J. Determining long-distance dispersal modes in amphitropically distributed species through adaptive diaspore structures

4:15

C2010

Olmstead, Richard G* - Lu-Irving, Patricia - Frost, Laura - Slager, David Patterns of interior continental disjunctions, examples from Lamiales, and an exploration of possible mechanisms

4:30

C2011

Whittall, Justen Bryant* - Biro, Peter The age of amphitropic plant disjuncts coincides with the Great American Biotic Interchange

4:45

C2012

Park, MIchael S Plant dispersal bias from North to South America facilitated by shorebird migration routes

5:00 Discussion 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM SY07 Symposium Chatham Ballroom Understanding plant defense strategies: Interplay between traditional botanical tools and modern analytical approaches Chair: Unknown 1:30 SY07SUM Kariyat, Rupesh R Understanding plant defense strategies: Interplay between traditional botanical tools and modern analytical approaches 1:45

SY07002 Mena-Ali, Jorge - Kariyat, Rupesh - Mescher, Mark - DeMoraes, Consuelo - Stephenson, Andrew G* Effects of inbreeding and herbivore damage on gene expression in Solanum carolinense

2:15

SY07003 Kariyat, Rupesh R Biochemical characterization and ecological effects of flower color polymorphism in Solanum eleaegnifolium -125-


2:45

SY07004 Louis, Joe Omics approaches to understand plant defense against insects

3:15

Break

3:45

SY07006 Martine, Chris* - Cantley, Jason - Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid - Hayes, Daniel - Roche, Morgan - Tank, David C. What a next-generation phylogeny tells us about Australia’s bush tomatoes (Solanum)

4:15

SY07007 Miranda-Perez, Adan - De-la-Mora, Marisol - Nunez-Farfan, Juan* Local adaptation in the interaction between Trichobaris soror and Datura stramonium

4:45

SY07008 Jogesh, Tania* - Robert, Raguso - Overson, Rick - Fant, Jeremie Skogen, Krissa Geographic variation in herbivore selection and the diversification of floral scent in evening primroses (Onagraceae)

5:15 Discussion 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM SY08 Symposium Chatham Ballroom - C Studying plant pollinator interactions in changing environments: approaches, lessons and future directions Chair: Unknown 1:30 SY08SUM Chang, Shumei* - Byers, Diane L Studying plant pollinator interactions in changing environments: approaches, lessons and future directions 1:30 Introduction 1:45

SY08002 Byers, Diane L* - Chang, Shumei Studying plant pollinator interactions in changing environments: approaches, lessons and future directions, a formal review

2:15

SY08003 DeMariano, Audra J. - Miller-Struttmann, Nicole - Hoch, Peter C. Krakos, Kyra N.* Historical pollen data as a comparative tool in climate change studies

2:45

SY08004 Rafferty, Nicole Using experiments and historical data to study temporal and spatial shifts in plant-pollinator communities under climate change

3:15 3:45

Break

SY08006 Burkle, Laura* - Runyon, Justin - Glenny, William Climate change can alter floral scent and pollinator attraction -126-


4:15

SY08007 Bell, Karen Leanne* - Brosi, Berry J. - Burgess, Kevin Applying pollen DNA metabarcoding to the study of plant pollinator interactions

4:45

SY08008 Havens, Kayri* - Vitt, Pati Tracking Plant Phenology and its Importance for Plant-Pollinator Interactions

5:15 Discussion 2:00 PM - 4:45 PM 32 Bryology and Lichenology (ABLS) II Chair: Erin A Tripp

Contributed Papers

103

2:00

32001

Kaminsky, Barry* - McDaniel, Stuart F. - Smith, Matthew You can't hide your lichenize: Infidelity in the Leptogium cyanescens species complex and its associated Nostoc

2:15

32002

Flowers, Nicholas* - Merced, Amelia - Renzaglia, Karen Callose presence in the spores of Phaeoceros carolinianus

2:30

32003

Pasiche Lisboa, Carlos Jose* - Doering, Jennifer - Booth, Tom - Belland, Rene - Piercey-Normore, Michele The dispersal dynamics of lichen and moss asexual propagules in boreal forests of northern Manitoba, Canada

2:45

32004

Rahmatpour, Nasim* - Goffinet, Bernard The genome of Funaria hygrometrica, insights of transcriptome on structure and evolution

3:00

Break

3:30

32006

Morgan, David R.* - Krstec, Lidija - Korn, Randi Variation in Moss Floras of Southern Piedmont Granite Outcrops

3:45

32007

Carr, Mariah* - Quedensley, Taylor Bryophyte Flora of Northwestern Missouri

4:00

32008

Quedensley, Taylor Sultan* - Moore, Jaime A. - Donaldson, Andrew M. Carr, Mariah Cryptogamic Flora of Northwestern Missouri: Floristics, Discovery, and Applied Learning

4:15

32009

Zona, Scott* - Sadle, Jimi Liverworts (Marchantiophyta) of Mahogany Hammock, Everglades National Park, Florida

4:30

32010

Williams, Norris Bryophytes and Lichens in Florida herbaria -127-


2:00 PM - 5:00 PM 33 Contributed Papers Teaching Section Papers Session II Chairs: Madhav P. Nepal; Kyra N. Krakos

101

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33001

Monfils, Anna K* - Ellwood, Elizabeth - Linton, Debra L. - Phillips, Molly - Cook, Joseph - Kerski, Joesph - Barbaro, Tracy - Donovan, Sam Integrating Natural History Collections into Undergraduate Education: Creating the Resources and Growing the Community

2:15

33002

Endara, Lorena* - Burleigh, Gordon - Cui, Hong Using natural language processing tools to facilitate learning taxonomy, nomenclature, and botany in the classroom

2:30

Break

3:00

33004

Harris, Kari Megan* - Marsico, Travis D. Involving undergraduates in the digital community: Leveraging collections preservation, research, and outreach through a network of natural history collections clubs

3:15

33005

Pigg, Kathleen B* - Clark, Lia - Hieger, Timothy - Basham, Anne DeVore, Melanie The last stop on the Fossil Freeway: Developing our own version of a traveling exhibit at ASU BioKIC

3:30

33006

Blake-Mahmud, Jennifer* - Adams, Catrina Cool Leaves! Exploring leaf adaptation in outreach

2:30 PM - 3:15 PM

Historical Section Business Meeting

3:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Coffee Break

200 Exhibit Hall

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM S6 Kaplan Memorial Lecture Oglethrope Auditorium Neelima Sinha Heteroblasty and Heterophylly – when two programs collide

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3:45 PM - 5:15 PM 34 Contributed Papers Historical Section Contributed Papers Chair: Nuala Caomhanach

200

3:45

34001

Flannery, Maura C. Humphry Marshall and the Pennsylvania Botanical Circle

4:00

34002

Sengupta, Aniket Calcutta Botanical Garden and making of the modern world

4:15

34003

Davenport, Lawrence J From Cro-Magnon to Kral: A History of Botany in Alabama

4:30

34004

Brown, Herrick* - Boyd, Kate - Knox, John A Hay-Maker’s Hardships: Mending the Fragmented Collections of a 19th-Century Southern Botanist through Collaborative Digitization

4:45

34005

Tarnowsky, Nicole - Weiss, Amy* Out of the Cold Room and Into the Light – Unidentified Legacy Collections at the New York Botanical Garden

5:00

34006

KASS, LEE B On Losing our History in the Digital Dark Age

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Kaplan Reception

4:45 PM - 5:30 PM

BSA Members Meeting

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Ecology Section Business Meeting

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Ohio State University Reception

5:30 PM - 6:15 PM

ASPT/Systematics Section Business Meeting

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Development & Structure Mixer & Business Meeting106

6:30 PM - 10:00 PM

ABLS Dinner

The Charthouse/Off Site

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

ASPT Mixer

Georgia International Gallery

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

ASPT Banquet

Chatham Ballroom - A

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3RD 6:00 AM - 11:55 PM 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Botany 2016 Conference Office

Jasper

Miami of Ohio Breakfast

104

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

University of Wisconsin Breakfast

105

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Botany 2017 Program Committee Breakfast

106

7:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Continental Breakfast

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Genetics Section Business Meeting Breakfast Gwinnett

7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Presentation Ready Room

7:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Conference Registration

8:00 AM - 9:45 AM 35 Contributed Papers Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe Interactions Chair: Lisa Wallace

River Concourse

Green River Concourse

202

8:00

35001

Wallace, Lisa* - Bobo, Rachel Molecular variation of the Nod factor receptor Nfr5 does not reflect specificity between Chamaecrista fasciculata (Fabaceae) and its nitrogen-fixing bacterial symbionts

8:15

35002

Wei, Jing - Powell, Adrian - Sherman-Broyles, Sue - Jander, Georg Doyle, Jeff* Biotic interactions and allopolyploidy in perennial soybean relatives (Glycine subgenus Glycine)

8:30

35003

Stephens, Jessica* - Rogers, Willie - Determann, Ron - Malmberg, Russell Plants have guts, too! A comparative analysis of the carnivorous pitcher plant (Sarracenia sp.) microbiome

8:45

35004

Ravelo, Andrea V* - Buback, Steven - Conant, Gavin - Pires, Joseph Chris A metagenomics approach to characterizing the soil microbiome of two endangered orchids

9:00

35005

Putney, Katie* - Chang, Shumei

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Do arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi communities play a role in the evolution of separate sexes in Geranium maculatum? 9:15

35006

Loayza, Andrea* - PeĂąa, Mara - Squeo, Francisco - Rios, Rodrigo Surviving under conspecifics: the benefits of short-distance dispersal for the recruitment of a critically endangered plant of central Chile

9:30

35007

Younginger, Brett* - Ballhorn, Daniel Temporal turnover of endophytic fungi in the cosmopolitan host, western sword fern (Polystichum munitum)

8:00 AM - 11:45 AM 36 Contributed Papers Pollination Biology Chairs: Justin Zweck; Shawn Elizabeth Krosnick

203

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36001

Krosnick, Shawn Elizabeth* - Cooper, Toby Preliminary studies of reproductive biology in Passiflora incarnata L. (Passifloraceae) in Middle Tennessee

8:15

36002

Karron, Jeffrey David* - Hallett, Allysa - Chamberlain, Evan - Mitchell, Randall Effect of bumble bee decline on pollination success in whorled milkweed (Asclepias verticillata)

Canceled 8:30

36003

Weller, Stephen G* - Sakai, Ann K. - Campbell, Diane R. - Weisenberger, Lauren An enigmatic Hawaiian moth is a missing link in the adaptive radiation of Schiedea

8:45

36004

Spigler, Rachel Effects of pollination conditions on floral longevity and display and the cost of delaying pollination in the self-compatible biennial Sabatia angularis (Gentianaceae)

9:00

36005

Chang, Shumei Pollen competition in style: is there a pollen size-number trade off in the common morning glory?

9:15

36006

Mickley, James* - Schlichting, Carl Mating System as a Driver of Variation in Floral Petal Number: Is There Evidence for Adaptation to Pollinators?

9:30

Break

10:15

36008

Skogen, Krissa* - Jogesh, Tania - Overson, Rick - Fant, Jeremie - Robert, Raguso Evolution of floral traits in the evening primrose family, Onagraceae

10:30

36009

Zweck, Justin* - Muniz, Paige - Arduser, Mike - Bernhardt, Peter -131-


An investigation of pollination and floral form change in amorpheae (fabaceae); from specialization to generalization 10:45

36010

Diller, Carolina* - Fenster, Charlie Evaluating the effects of pollinator mediated selection on floral trait variation

11:00

36011

Garrett, Patrick Charles* - Hickey, Ryan - Moore, Richard C. - Hickey, R. James Plants that switch their sex: Implications for the synchronously dichogamous Canella winterana

11:15

36012

Little, R John Flowers in Motion: Nyctinasty in Viola banksii, an Australian native

11:30

36013

Castilla, Antonio R* - Rodriguez, Maria Fabiola - O'Connell, Megan Pope, Nathaniel - Trevino, Laurel - Santos, Alonso - Jha, Shalene Adding gene flow and landscape to the pollinator performance concept

8:00 AM - 11:45 AM 37 Contributed Papers Biogeography II Chairs: Andrew G. Simpson; Marcus Hooker

103

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37001

Givnish, Thomas J* - Spalink, Daniel - Ames, Mercedes - Lyon, Stephanie - Hunter, Steven - Zuluaga, Alejandro - Doucette, Alfonso Giraldo, Giovanny - McDaniel, James - Clements, Mark - Arroyo, Mary T. K. - Endara, Lorena - Kriebel, Ricardo - Williams, Norris - Cameron, Ken Orchid historical biogeography, diversification, Antarctica, and the paradox of orchid dispersal

8:15

37002

Hooker, Marcus* - Hufford, Larry Biogeography and divergence times of Synthyris (Plantaginaceae)

8:30

37003

Furtado Dias, Elisabete - Schilling, Edward The origins of New World lettuce lineages

8:45

37004

Tseng, Yu-Hsin* - Chung, Kuo-Fang - Monro, Alex - Wei, Yi-Gang Hu, Jer-Ming The historical origins and evolution of paleotropical intercontinental disjunction in Elatostema (Urticaceae)

9:00

37005

McCauley, Ross A Phylogeography of Ostrya (Betulaceae) across the American southwest and northwestern Mexico: remnants of a widespread Neogene forest community

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9:15

37006

YU, Chih Chieh* - Chung, Kuo-Fang Molecular phylogenetics, historical biogeography, and diversification of Berberis s.l. (Berberidaceae)

9:30

37007

Del Valle, Jose Carlos* - Casimiro-Soriguer, Ines - Buide, M. Luisa Narbona, Eduardo - Whittall, Justen Bryant Phylogeographic Evidence from Three Genomes and Genetic Structure in Iberian Silene: A Special Case of Speciation by Small Sea Barrier

9:45

Break

10:15

37009

Ruffley, Megan* - Espindola, Anahi - Tank, David C. - Sullivan, Jack Comparative phylogeography of disjunct plants in the Pacific Northwest temperate rainforest

10:30

37010

Simpson, Andrew G.* - Wing, Scott L. - Fenster, Charlie Phylogeographic history of the Rosales comparing phylogenetic comparative ancestral state reconstruction against fossil-assisted phylogeographic methods

10:45

37011

Pace, Matthew Charles* - Cameron, Ken The biogeographic history of Spiranthes (Orchidaceae) reveals repeated speciation within and dispersal from the North American Geological Coastal Plain, an underappreciated biodiversity hotspot

11:00

37012

Murphy, Daniel Endemism is not enough: biogeographic patterns in Australian plants

11:15

37013

Clavijo, Laura* - Zuluaga-Trochez, Alejandro - Clark, John L. Patterns of geographic diversification in the Andean-centered genus Drymonia (Gesneriaceae)

Canceled 11:30

37014

Bruederle, Leo P* - Villaverde, Tamara - Escudero, Marcial - LuceĂąo, Modesto - Starr, Julian Insight into the Bipolar Disjunction in Carex magellanica Lam. (Cyperaceae)

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8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 38 Contributed Papers Phylogenomics III - Chair: Mark Fishbein; Lauren Eserman

204

8:00 38001

Michener, Pryce* - Sessa, Emily Butler - Bush, Caroline - Shepherd, Kelly A. - Jabaily, Rachel Schmidt Grow a backbone: mitochondrial exome sequencing provides a surprisingly rich source of phylogenetically informative characters in the enigmatic Australian clade Goodenia s.l

8:15

38002

Zuluaga-Trochez, Alejandro* - Moriarty Lemmon, Emily - Lemmon, Alan - Cameron, Ken Re-evaluation of subfamily relationships of Araceae using phylogenomics

8:30

38003

Eserman, Lauren* - Leebens-Mack, Jim Phylogenetics of the sweet potato complex: A comparison of RAD-seq and targeted gene capture for resolving relationships

8:45

38004

Malley, Claire - Johnson, Matthew - Goffinet, Bernard - Shaw, A Jonathan - Wickett, Norm* Circumscribing a core set of conserved, orthologous genes for moss phylogenetics

9:00

38005

Overson, Rick* - Johnson, Matthew - Fant, Jeremie - Levin, Rachel Moore, Michael - Wagner, Warren L. - Raguso, Robert A. - Skogen, Krissa - Wickett, Norm A phylogeny of the evening primrose family (Onagraceae) using a target enrichment approach for 322 nuclear loci

9:15

38006

Chanderbali, Andre - Berger, Brent* - Howarth, Dianella - Soltis, Douglas - Soltis, Pamela S. Grappling with gamma--a new look at an old WGD event

9:30

38007

Fishbein, Mark* - Straub, Shannon C.K. - Hansen, Kimberley - Cronn, Richard C. - Liston, Aaron The Natural History and Phylogeny of the Milkweed (Asclepias, Apocynaceae) Plastome

9:45

Break

10:15

Warschefsky, Emily* - von Wettberg, Eric A fruitful endeavor: Using RAD-seq to reveal the evolutionary relationships of the mango genus

38009

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10:30

38010

Straub, Shannon C.K.* - Liston, Aaron - Weitemier, Kevin - McDonnell, Angela Jean - Fishbein, Mark Phylogenomics of Temperate North American Milkweeds (Asclepias) based on 768 nuclear genes

10:45

38011

Kates, Heather Rose* - Soltis, Pamela  S. - Soltis, Douglas Species tree estimation in Cucurbita provides new insight into the genetic diversity of multiple crop species and their wild relatives

11:00

38012

Washburn, Jacob - Pires, Joseph Chris* Genome-Guided Phylo-Transcriptomics

11:15

38013

Timilsena, Prakash Raj* - Wafula, Eric K. - Leebens-Mack, Jim dePamphilis, Claude W. Phylogenetic study of the monocots using many single copy nuclear genes

11:30

38014

Bailey, C. Donovan* - Kovar, Lynsey - Madhugiri, Nageswara-Rao Dugas, Diana V. - Muhyi, Noor R. - Ortega-Rodriguez, Sealtiel Koenen, Erik - Hughes, Colin E. A progress report: clarifying the evolutionary history of Leucaena (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) using chloroplast, mitochondrial, and nuclear transcriptome data

11:45

38015

Leebens-Mack, Jim* - Heyduk, Karolina - Comer, Jason - Eserman, Lauren - Harkess, Alex - McKain, Michael From phylotranscriptomics to anchored phylogenomics

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 39 Contributed Papers Population Genetics Chair: Ingrid Jordon-Thaden

105

8:00

39001

Wenzel, Aaron* - Wolfe, Andrea D. Population genetics, systematics, and phylogeography of Penstemon linarioides (Plantaginaceae), a widespread and variable species from western North America

8:15

39002

Stone, Benjamin W.* - Hauck, Jonathan - Wolfe, Andrea D. Conservation and population genetics of Penstemon bicolor in Clark County, Nevada

8:30

39003

Wenzel, Aaron* - Wolfe, Andrea D. Population genetics, systematics, and polyploidy in Penstemon caespitosus (Plantaginaceae) from Utah

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8:45

39004

Winkler, Daniel E.* - Chapin, Kenneth J. - Garmon, David - Huxman, Travis E. Population genomics and the rapid colonization of Sahara mustard (Brassica tournefortii) in the United States

9:00

39005

Sedaghatpour, Maryam* - Oldham, Karoline - Weeks, Andrea Patterns in the population genetic diversity of the North American hemiparasite Melampyrum lineare (Orobanchaceae)

9:15

39006

Baughman, Jenna T.* - Payton, Adam C. - Paasch, Amber E. - McDaniel, Stuart F. - Fisher, Kirsten M. Males of the Mojave Desert moss Syntrichia caninervis (Pottiaceae) are rare and shy

9:30

39007

Cantley, Jason* - Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid - Roche, Morgan - Hayes, Daniel - Martine, Chris 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

9:45

Break

10:15

39009

Castillo, Ana C.* - Johnsen, Kurt H. - Goldfarb, Barry Assessment of Genetic Variation of Growth and Water-Use Efficiency in Mature Longleaf Pine

10:30

39010

Gaddis, Keith Donald* - Cairns, David Reproductive and Dispersal Patterns of White Spruce Along Alaskan Treelines

10:45

39011

Arlinghaus, Kellen R* - Mardonovich, Sandra - Moore, Richard C. Gene flow in wild populations of Carica papaya in the fragmented landscape of Central America

11:00

39012

Moore, Richard C.* - Brown, Jennifer - Leeds, Blake - Hickey, Ryan Hoang, Bao Tram - Adu, Esther The signature of local adaptation for the Carica papaya Y chromosome

11:15

39013

Major, Catherine Kendall* - Mandel, Jennifer R Genetic Diversity and Population Structure in the Clonal Plant Trillium recurvatum

11:30

39014

Brzyski, Jessica* - Stieha, Christopher - McLetchie, Nicholas Distribution of genotypes and the sexes within and between spatially structured populations of a clonal organism

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8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 40 Molecular Ecology and Evolution Chair: Ingrid Jordon-Thaden

Contributed Papers

102

8:00

40001

Hoekstra, Paul* - Brandão, Rita - Smets, Erik - Chatrou, Lars Correlated substitution rates across genomic compartments in Annonaceae

8:15

40002

Yu, Wen-Bin* - Wang, Hong - Jin, Jian-Jun - Ree, Richard - Li, De-Zhu dePamphilis, Claude W. Evolutionary variations of chloroplast genome structure in Pedicularis (Orobanchaceae)

8:30

40003

Sheidaei, Masoud* - Koohdar, Fahimeh - Nourmohammadi, Zahra Population genetics, molecular phylogeny and bogeography of the genus Lallemantia (Lamiaceae)

8:45

40004

Al-Zein, Mohammad S.* - Itani, Moustapha A. - Yazbek, Mariana M. Karam, Nisrine Distribution and Genetic Diversity of Lebanese Populations of Campanula stellaris Boiss. (Campanulaceae: Campanuloideae)

9:00

40005

Trotta, Lauren* - Baiser, Benjamin - Possley, Jennifer - Sessa, Emily Butler Phylogenetic Signal of Invasion and Rarity in Florida’s Imperiled Pine Rockland Flora

9:15

40006

Kennedy, John Paul* - Garavelli, Lysel - Truelove, Nathan K. - Devlin, Donna J. - Box, Stephen J. - Chérubin, Laurent M. - Feller, Ilka C. Ocean currents consistent with contrasting genetic patterns of West and East Florida red mangrove (Rhizophora mangle) range expansion

9:30

40007

Melton, Anthony* - Wong, Gane Ka-Shu - Soltis, Pamela  S. - Soltis, Douglas - Gitzendanner, Matthew A Genomics Investigation of the Evolution of the Eastern Asia – Eastern North America Floristic Disjunction

9:45

Break

10:30

40009

Laport, Robert* - Pilson, Diana Choosy natives and industrious immigrants: Genome duplication and pollinator discrimination in an ecologically dominant southwestern desert shrub (Larrea tridentata; Zygophyllaceae)

10:45

40010

Grasty, Monica* - Cruzan, Mitch - Thompson, Pam The effect of landscape features on fine-scale seed dispersal in upland prairie plants -137-


11:00

40011

Pepper, Alan E.* - Hawkins, Angela K. - Garza, Elyssa - Ivalu, Cacho Adrian, Platts - Sharon, Strauss Caulanthus amplexicaulis: An emerging genetic model for the evolution of serpentine tolerance

11:15

40012

Hawkins, Angela K.* - Garza, Elyssa - Hawkins, W. Daryl - Pepper, Alan E. Transcriptome comparisons reveal signatures of selection, small population size, and reticulate evolution in the evolutionary history of Caulanthus amplexicaulis var. barbarae

11:30

40013

Nowruzi, Bahareh* - Khavari-Nejad, Ramezan-Ali - Nejadsattari, Taher On the presence of nosF gene in the four aquatic and terrestrial Nostoc strains revealing antifungal and trypsin inhibitor activity

11:45

40014

Ravirajan, Mangaiyarkarasi* - Natesanpayer, Nadimuthu Lectins (haemagglutinins) from the Red Alga Acanthophora spicifera (vahl)Boergesen: Isolation, partial purification and characterization

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 41 Contributed Papers Basal Rosids & Rosids I Chairs: Tanja M Schuster; Tim Dickinson

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8:00

41001

Stubbs, Rebecca* - Folk, Ryan - Soltis, Douglas - Cellinese, Nico Specialized adaptations and restricted niche preferences of coldadapted saxifrages (Micranthes, Saxifragaceae)

8:15

41002

Folk, Ryan* - Visger, Clayton - Guralnick, Robert - Soltis, Douglas Soltis, Pamela  S. Ancestral reconstruction of habitat shifts from ecological niche models of extant species: A pipeline with applications to ancestral hybridization in Heuchera (Saxifragaceae)

8:30

41003

Wen, Jun* - Zhang, Ning - Chen, Lisheng - Johnson, Gabriel - IckertBond, Stefanie - Zimmer, Elizabeth A phylogeny of the grape genus Vitis (Vitaceae) based on plastome sequences assembled from genome skimming

8:45

41004

Nickrent, Daniel L* - Neubig, Kurt Maximillian - Su, Huei-Jiun Multigene phylogeny places Brachynema in Erythropalaceae (Santalales)

9:00

41005

Schuster, Tanja M* - Reveal, James L - Bayly, Michael J - Kron, Kathleen A Refining our understanding of Polygonaceae: new lineages and recircumscriptions in Polygonoideae

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9:15

41006

Sun, Miao* - Germain-Aubrey, Charlotte - Gitzendanner, Matthew Smith, Stephen - Soltis, Pamela  S. - Chen, Zhiduan - Soltis, Douglas Wrestling with the Rosids I: progress and challenges for phylogenetics of a large, hyper-diverse angiosperm clade

9:30

41007

Svoboda, Harlan* - Ballard Jr, Harvey E Untangling the passionflowers: Phenetic and cladistic studies in Dysosmia (Passiflora, Passifloraceae)

9:45

Break

10:15

41009

Sancho, Ernesto Sanz* - Krosnick, Shawn Elizabeth Reconstructing the evolutionary history of the native Austral-Pacific species of Passiflora using anchored hybrid enrichment

10:30

41010

Zumwalde, Bethany A* - Ballard Jr, Harvey E A new endemic species of Viola (Violaceae) from the MidAppalachian shale barrens

10:45

41011

Ballard Jr, Harvey E* - Gatt, Kyle P - Zumwalde, Bethany A Reinventing taxonomy for the Acaulescent Blue violets (Viola subsect. Boreali-Americanae)

11:00

41012

Whittemore, Alan* - Hipp, Andrew RADseq phylogeny of the genus Ulmus

11:15

41013

Dickinson, Tim* - Haripersaud, Padmattie - Yan, Xue Qi - Talent, Nadia - Zarrei, Mehdi Polyploidy, niches, diversification: where does gametophytic apomixis fit in?

11:30

41014

Fuller, Daniel* - Hughes, Mark - Moonlight, Peter Phylogenetic Incongruence in Begonia L

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM C3 Colloquium Chatham Ballroom - C Clarifying early euasterid evolution: A synthesis of phylogeny, morphology, and the fossil record Chairs: Gregory W. Stull; Melanie Schori 8:00

C3SUM Stull, Gregory W.* - Schori, Melanie Clarifying early euasterid evolution: A synthesis of phylogeny, morphology, and the fossil record

8:15 Introduction 8:30

C3002

Soltis, Pamela S.* - Stull, Gregory W. - Schori, Melanie - Soltis, Douglas E. Character evolution in the early diversification of euasterids (Gentianidae) -139-


8:45

C3003

Schori, Melanie Fruit Morphology and Anatomy in Icacinaceae

9:00

Break

9:30

C3005

Stull, Gregory W.* - Byng, James W. - Utteridge, Timothy M. - Soltis, Douglas E. - Manchester, Steven - Soltis, Pamela S. Integrating genomic, morphological, and fossil data for phylogeny reconstruction in Icacinaceae

9:45

C3006

Byng, James W.* - Lens, Frederic - Stull, Greg Metteniusaceae: Towards a global monograph of the recently expanded family by integrating macro- and micro-morphological characters

10:00

C3007

Manchester, Steven R* - Stull, Gregory W. Where are they hiding? Tracing the elusive fossil record of Lamiidae

10:15

C3008

Tank, David C.* - Olmstead, Richard G Divergence time estimation in Lamiidae

10:30 Discussion 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM SY09 Symposium Wood: Biology of a Living Tissue Chair: Unknown

Oglethrope Auditorium

8:00 SY09SUM Schenk, H. Jochen Wood: Biology of a Living Tissue 8:00 Introduction 8:15

SY09002 Spicer, Rachel* - Evanich, Daniel Development of symplasmic networks in woody stems

8:45

SY09003 Steppe, Kathy The role of living cells in water transport and storage

9:15

SY09004 Blaedow, Ryan* - Park, Ji-Hyun - Juzwik, Jennifer The Role of Xylem Parenchyma in Pathogen Defense

9:45

Break

10:15 SY09006 Jacobsen, Anna L Xylem vessel development in the secondary xylem of woody plants

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10:45 SY09007 Morris, Hugh* - Schiele, Sandra - Klepsch, Matthias - Schenk, H. Jochen - Jansen, Steven The structure and multiple functions of vessel-associated cells in xylem 11:15 SY09008 Pratt, R. Brandon Carbohydrate storage in sapwood of chaparral shrubs: the associations with parenchyma and dehydration tolerance 11:45 Discussion 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM SY10 Symposium Chatham Ballroom - B Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface between Terrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon Storage Chair: Unknown 8:00

SY10001 Thorhaug, Anitra Introduction: Fringe Carbon Stocks and Fluxes in Gulf of MExico and Eastern Atlantic Coast of USA -Implications for Mitigating Climate Change

8:30

SY10002 poulos, Helen Mills - Ku, Tim C.W. - Thorhaug, Anitra* - LopezPortillo, Jorge - Berlyn, Graeme P. The Riverine inflow effect on Seagrass: Examining oceanic and terrigenous carbon sedimentary carbon inputs in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean

9:00

SY10003 Barr, Jordan Mangrove Sequestration and Fluxes of Carbon in USA

9:30

SY10004 Lopez-Portillo, Jorge* - Bravo Mendoza, Mariana - Lara Domí­nguez, Ana Laura Mangrove Carbon Stocks from the Mexican Portion of the Gulf of Mexico

10:00

Break

10:30 SY10006 Thorhaug, Anitra* - poulos, Helen Mills - Ku, Tim C.W. - LopezPortillo, Jorge - Berlyn, Graeme P. Seagrass Carbon standing stock, flux, and loss in in East Coast USA and Gulf of Mexico . Net seagrass ecosystem organic carbon balance of Atlantic USA estuaries 11:00 SY10007 Herrmann, Maria* - Najjar, Ramond, Jr. Fluxes and the Effects of Blue carbon from Coastal Vegetation on Estuarine and Shelf Carbonate budget and implications to Climate Change calculations in the USA -141-


11:30 SY10008 Thorhaug, Anitra* - Herrmann, Maria - Najjar, Ramond, Jr. The Carbon budget and processes in the Blue Carbon fringe: final carbon flux and carbon stock in the Atlantic coast assessment : 12:00 Discussion 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Exhibit Hall Open

Exhibit Hall

9:45 AM - 10:15 AM

Coffee Break

Exhibit Hall

10:15 AM - 12:00 PM 42 Contributed Papers Reproductive Biology Chair: Carol Goodwillie

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10:15

42001

Blake-Mahmud, Jennifer* - Struwe, Lena Late season changes in sex expression in striped maple, Acer pensylvanicum (Sapindaceae)

10:30

42002

Christopher, Dorothy* - Chang, Shumei Sex allocation in hermaphrodites of the gynodioecious Geranium maculatum

10:45

42003

Bonacorsi, Nikole* - Leslie, Andrew Strobilus evolution in lycophytes: architectural constraints and reproductive convergence

11:00

42004

Thilges, Katherine - Chamberlin, Mark - Albertsen, Marc - Horner, Harry* A combined microscopic study of a male-sterile, female-sterile line in Glycine max

11:15

42005

Goodwillie, Carol* - Weber, Jennifer Delayed selfing: underappreciated, overinterpreted, or both?

11:30

42006

Diedrich, John* - Leslie, Andrew Cone scale shape determines seed wing morphology in Pinaceae

11:45

42007

Grocholl, John J.* - Schafran, Peter - Jones, Marcus Effects of Day Length on Cattleya sp.(Orchidaceae) Seed Germination

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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM S7 Emerging Leader Lecture Selena Smith Dead plants tell no lies: insights from the fossil record of monocots

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12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

NSF Brown Bag Information Session

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12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

PLANTS Luncheon

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM 43 Contributed Papers Biogeography III Chairs: Nicole L Soper Gorden; Benjamin Potter

Tondee's

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1:30

43001

Soper Gorden, Nicole L* - Etterson, Julie - Maddaus, Peter McClanahan, Gina Floral and leaf defenses both vary with latitude

1:45

43002

Saghatelyan, Anna Biogeographical Connections of South Texas Flora

2:00

43003

Brown, Herrick* - Wethey, David Toward Developing a Species Distribution Model for Gordonia lasianthus Using Empirical Evidence from Seed-Drop Trials and Some Discussion on the Variation in the Rotational Movement Patterns of the Winged Seeds

2:15

43004

Drew, Bryan T* - Spalink, Daniel - Sytsma, Ken A Single Dispersal Event Initiated Diversification in the New World Menthinae (Lamiaceae)

2:30

43005

Drummond, Chloe* - Sytsma, Ken A comparison of two Western North America-Great Lakes disjuncts using phylogeography, population genetics, and niche modeling

2:45

43006

Potter, Benjamin Estimating the colonisation history and endemicity depth of the New Zealand tree flora

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1:30 PM - 3:15 PM 44 Contributed Papers Molecular Ecology and Evolution II Chair: Ingrid Jordon-Thaden

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44001

Pais, Andrew Label* - Xiang, Qiu-Yun (Jenny) - Wadl, Phillip Population genetics meets ecological genomics and community ecology in Cornus florida

1:45

44002

Jiménez López, Francisco Javier* - Ortiz Ballesteros, Pedro L. - Arista Palmero, Montserrat The importance of the reproductive assurance in the maintenance of flower color polymorphism in Lysimachia arvensis

2:00

Break

2:15

44004

Sutherland, Brittany* - Galloway, Laura Patterns of reproductive isolation are not consistent across cytotypes within a polyploid complex

2:30

44005

Cortés, Andrés* - Wheeler, Julia - Sedlacek, Janosch - Lexer, Christian Karrenberg, Sophie Genome-wide patterns of microhabitat-driven divergence in the alpine dwarf shrub Salix herbacea L

2:45

44006

Cameron, Ken* - Kriebel, Ricardo - Spalink, Daniel - Pace, Matthew Charles - Li, Pan - Drummond, Chloe - Rose, Jeffrey - Zaborsky, John Alverson, Bil - Givnish, Thomas J - Waller, Don - Sytsma, Ken Relatedness among rare native species and invasive exotics quantified with a molecular community phylogeny of the Wisconsin flora: implications for plant conservation

3:00

44007

Tyrrell, Christopher D* - Chambers, Patricia Trait versus niche conservatism in aquatic plant microhabitat preference

1:30 PM - 5:15 PM 45 Contributed Papers Monocots part B/Basal Eudicots Chairs: Roberta J. Mason-Gamer; Robert Naczi 1:30

45001

200

Sidoti, Brian* - Cameron, Ken The phylogenetic, population genetic, and biogeographic patterns of the Tillandsia fasciculata (Bromeliaceae) complex

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1:45

45002

Cox, Monica* - Horner, Harry - Gallaher, Tim - Clark, Lynn Investigation into the Functional Role of Root Anatomy in the Poaceae

2:00

45003

Klahs, Phillip* - Gallaher, Tim - Clark, Lynn Exploring the Anatomy and 3-Dimensional Aspects of Spikelet Structure in the Grasses (Poaceae)

2:15

45004

Barbera Sanchez, Patricia* - Peterson, Paul M. - Romaschenko, Konstantin - Soreng, Robert J. - Quintanar Sanchez, Alejandro - Aedo Perez, Carlos - Saarela, Jeffery M. A molecular phylogeny of the Aveneae-type plastid DNA clade (Poaceae: Pooideae: Poeae)

2:30

45005

Peterson, Paul M.* - Romaschenko, Konstantin - Herrera Arrieta, Yolanda A molecular phylogeny of the Cynodonteae (Poaceae: Chloridoideae)

2:45

45006

Naczi, Robert* - Neubig, Kurt Maximillian - Majure, Lucas - Abbott, J. Richard - Judd, Walter - Whitten, W. Mark Systematics of the Dichanthelium ensifolium clade (Poaceae: Paniceae)

3:00

45007

Attigala, Lakshmi - Leandro, Thales - Scatena, Vera - Clark, Lynn* The use of foliar micromorphology and anatomy in a taxonomic revision of the Chusquea ramosissima Group (Poaceae: Bambusoideae) from South America

3:15

Break

3:45

45009

Gallaher, Timothy - Adams, Dean - Sherratt, Emma - Attigala, Lakshmi - Klahs, Phillip - Wysocki, Bill - Burke, Sean - Duvall, Mel - Clark, Lynn* The evolution of leaf shape in the grass family (Poaceae)

4:00

45010

Teisher, Jordan* - McKain, Michael - Kellogg, Elizabeth Anne "Awn" and Off: Evolution of Dispersal and Burial Traits in the PACMAD Grasses

4:15

45011

Mason-Gamer, Roberta J.* - White, Dawson Phylogenetic analysis of the wheat tribe Triticeae (Poaceae) using a Hyb-Seq approach

4:30

45012

Davis, Jerrold I* - Lim, Gwynne S - Barrett, Craig - Grace, Olwen Conran, John G Rearrangements in the plastid genome of Ecdeiocolea monostachya (Ecdeiocoleaceae; Poales): multiple inversions, duplications, and modifications to the Inverted Repeat region -145-


4:45

45013

LI, JIANHUA* - Murray, Greg - Brown, Ken - Li, Chunqi - Zhu, Junyi Bocconia and Macleaya (Papaveraceae): Systematic Relationships, Invasive History, and Chemical Profiles

5:00

45014

Shipunov, Alexey* - Choi, Jinhee - DeSpiegelaere, Sarah - Lee, Hye Ji Phylogeny of the Buxineae: boxwoods and related

1:30 PM - 5:15 PM 46 Contributed Papers Asterids I part C & Asterids II Chairs: David Spooner; Eric Knox

103

1:30

46001

Randle, Christopher* - Bayat, Soheila - Hammack, David - Morawetz, Jeffery Phylogeny and taxonomy of thetropical clade of Orobanchaceae

1:45

46002

Latvis, Maribeth* - Blischak, Paul - Strunk, Melissa - Jacobs, Sarah Tank, David C. Phylogenetics in the speciation "grey zone": further disentangling relationships among the paintbrushes (Castilleja, Orobanchaceae)

2:00

46003

Jacobs, Sarah J.* - Latvis, Maribeth - Tank, David C. How many degrees of separation? Morphological variation in the regional forms of Castilleja miniata (Orobanchaceae) and its potential use in species delimitation

2:15

46004

Knox, Eric The Cosmopolitan Radiation of Lobelia (Lobeliaceae)

2:30

46005

Crowl, Andrew* - Cellinese, Nico Endemism, diversification, and cryptic speciation in the Mediterranean: Evolution of the Roucela complex (Campanulaceae)

2:45

46006

Gardner, Andrew* - Jabaily, Rachel Schmidt - Fitz Gerald, Jonathan Shepherd, Kelly A. - Howarth, Dianella Reconstructing floral shape evolution in the Core Goodeniaceae using geometric morphometrics and densely sampled phylogenies

3:00

Break

3:45

46008

Schilling, Edward* - Panero, Jose A changed circumscription of Eupatorium (Asteraceae) alters its biogeographic story

4:00

46009

Tiley, Helene* - Wight, Spencer - Charboneau, Joseph - Douglas, Norman - Flores Olvera, Hilda - Ochoterena, Helga - Moore, Michael Toward a complete species-level phylogeny of the Tribe Helenieae (Asteraceae) -146-


4:15

46010

Gostel, Morgan* - Dikow, Rebecca - Freitas, Karen - Sancho, Gisela Roque, NĂĄdia - Funk, Vicki Exploring PCR-based target enrichment applications for a 'critically placed tribe' in Compositae: Rapid radiations in South American Moquiniastrum (Gochnatieae)

4:30

46011

Spooner, David* - Ruess, Holly - Senalik, Douglas - Simon, Philipp A complete plastid phylogeny of Daucus – concordance to nuclear results, and markers necessary for phylogenetic resolution

4:45

46012

Smith, James F* - Stevens, McKayla - Sosa, Edgar - Mansfield, Donald H. - Darrach, Mark - Downie, Stephen R. - Plunkett, Gregory M. - Feist, Mary Ann Try, try again?: Resolving species boundaries within Lomatium triternatum (Apiaceae) and its close relatives

5:00

46013

Lowry II, Porter P.* - Plunkett, Gregory M. - Gemmill, Chrissen E. C. Multiple lineages of Apiales in New Caledonia: colonization, diversification, and dispersal across seven clades

1:30 PM - 5:15 PM 47 Contributed Papers Systematic Methods, Herbarium Digitization & Floristics Chairs: Barbara Thiers; Ashley Morris

203

1:30

47001

Zhigila, Daniel Andrawus* - Akawu, Jedida Jacob - Ajiya, Cleophas Bila Palynological study and its relevance to systematics and pollen allergy in ornamental plants

1:45

47002

Morris, Ashley* - Shaw, Joey - Germain-Aubrey, Charlotte - Beck, James Benjamin Documenting a need for community data standards and a call for a new collaborative network in plant systematics and phylogeography

2:00

47003

Olmstead, Richard G* - Giblin, David - Legler, Ben The WTU Foray: 20 years of building collections, resources, and a botanical community around a university herbarium

2:15

47004

Thiers, Barbara* - Paul, Deborah - Shari, Ellis Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Task Force on Accelerating the Discovery of Biocollections Data

2:30

47005

Ellwood, Elizabeth - Kimberly, Paul - Guralnick, Robert - Flemons, Paul - Love, Kevin - Mast, Austin* Your Invitation to Participate in the Worldwide Engagement for Digitizing Biocollections (WeDigBio) Event

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2:45

47006

Mast, Austin* - Riccardi, Greg - Bruhn, Robert - Ellwood, Elizabeth Building Crowdsourcing Campaigns for Biocollections using Biospex

3:00

47007

Pace, Matthew Charles Updating the Orchid Flora of Eastern North America: Revising Gleason & Cronquist

3:15

Break

3:45

47009

Zimmerman, Charles J.* - Tulig, Melissa NYBG Contributions to World Flora Online: Digitization of the Flora Neotropica Monographs and Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden

4:00

47010

Gillespie, Emily Laura The Marshall University Herbarium: A model for engaging student curators in small herbarium digitization efforts

4:15

47011

Lowe, Phillip D.* - Carter, J. Richard Two Birds with One Stone: Using Excel and Mail Merge to Create Herbarium Specimen Labels in Word and Populate a Specify Database

4:30

47012

Rehman, Tiana F.* - Best, Jason H. - Fritsch, Peter W A Deeper Understanding of Collection Scope Through a Rapid Collection Inventory

4:45

47013

Murrell, Zack E. SERNEC: a regional herbarium network; history, progress and challenges

5:00

47014

Berbeo, Asseneth* - Bobich, Edward Flora of the San Jose Hills

1:30 PM - 5:45 PM C4 Colloquium Seed Free Plants at the Genomic Scale Chairs: Matthew Johnson; Erin Sigel 1:30 1:30

Chatham Ballroom - C

C4SUM Johnson, Matthew* - Sigel, Erin Seed-free Plants at the Genomic Scale C4001

Sessa, Emily Butler* - McDaniel, Stuart F. - Davis, E. Christine Antonenko, Pavlo - von Konrat, Matt - Gaus, Eve - Cui, Hong Burleigh, Gordon Building a comprehensive evolutionary history of flagellate plants

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1:45

C4002

McManus, Hilary A A comparison of chloroplast and mitochondrial genomes within a family of green algae

2:00

C4003

Burns, John - Paasch, Amber* - Narechania, Apurva - Kim, Eunsoo Food vs. photons: The genomics of a green alga that eats bacteria

2:15

C4004

Satjarak, Anchittha* - Graham, Linda E. Comparative studies of prasinophyte chloroplast genomes

2:30

C4005

Liu, Yang* - Johnson, Matthew - Rafael, Medina - Nicolas, Devos Wickett, Norm - Shaw, A Jonathan - Goffinet, Bernard Resolving the backbone phylogeny of mosses, using targeted NGS data from plastid, mitochondrial and nuclear genomes

2:45

C4006

Carrell, Alyssa* - Kolton, Max - Kostka, Joel - Glass, Jennifer - Shaw, A Jonathan - Weston, David J Characterizing the Sphagnum-microbiome: From natural surveys to manipulation studies

3:00

C4007

Medina, Rafael* - Johnson, Matthew - Liu, Yang - Budke, Jessica Wilding, Nicholas - Hedderson, Terry - Wickett, Norm - Goffinet, Bernard Zooming in on the rapid radiation of the Funariaceae

3:15

C4008

Chen, Ko-Hsuan* - Liao, Hui-Ling - Arnold, A. Elizabeth - Lutzoni, Francois Metatranscriptomic analysis of the moss Dicranum scoparium reveals active fungal communities and functionalities across a senescence gradient

3:30

Break

3:45

C4010

Lewis, Lily R.* - Liu, Yang - Rozzi, Ricardo - Goffinet, Bernard Uncovering the evolutionary history of the dung moss Tetraplodon fuegianus: A comparison of Sanger, organellar genomic, and RADseq datasets

4:00

C4011

Johnson, Matthew* - Goffinet, Bernard - Shaw, A Jonathan - Wickett, Norm A re-evaluation of ancient horizontal gene transfer in bryophytes using comparative transcriptome data

4:15

C4012

Grusz, Amanda* - Schuettpelz, Eric Consistently inconsistent: Transcriptome data reveal widespread molecular evolutionary rate asymmetry in ferns

4:30

C4013

Sigel, Erin* - Schuettpelz, Eric - Der, Joshua Phase-Specific Gene Expression in the Homosporous Fern Polypodium amorphum -149-


4:45

C4014

Marchant, Blaine* - Barbazuk, William B. - Kirst, Matias - Sessa, Emily Butler - Soltis, Pamela  S. - Soltis, Douglas E Gene evolution and specificity underlying the alternation of independent generations in Ceratopteris richardii

5:00

C4015

Der, Joshua P.* - Simenc, Mathew - Cheng, Shifeng - Liu, Xin - Wong, Gane Ka-Shu - Brautigam, Andrea - Schluepmann, Henriette - Pryer, Kathleen - Li, Fay-Wei The genome and annotation of Azolla filiculoides

5:15

C4016

Eily, Ariana* - Li, Fay-Wei - Gile, Gillian - Pryer, Kathleen Insider trading: Understanding nutrient exchange in the AzollaNostoc symbiosis

5:30

C4017

Li, Fay-Wei Fern genomes on the horizon

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM D2 Discussion Session Are you being served? Come to a discussion with the Editors-in-Chief of BSA publications. Chairs: Diggle, Pamela Kathleen* - Culley, Theresa - Taylor, Mackenzie L.

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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM D3 Discussion Session Involving other Disciplines in Plant Research: Advantages for Funding, Research Progress, and Student Training Chair: Unknown

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1:30 PM - 6:00 PM SY11 Symposium Chatham Ballroom - B Novel approaches to plant evolution from paleontological, physiological, and developmental perspectives Chair: Jonathan P. Wilson; Cindy V. Looy; Ivo Duijnstee 1:30 SY11SUM Wilson, Jonathan P.* - Looy, Cindy V. - Duijnstee, Ivo Novel approaches to plant evolution from paleontological, physiological, and developmental perspectives 1:30 Introduction 1:45

SY11002 Decombeix, Anne-Laure* - Meyer-Berthaud, Brigitte Evolution of secondary xylem and phloem based on the Paleozoic fossil record -150-


2:15

SY11003 Gulbranson, Erik L* Tree physiology and nutrient acquisition in deep time: an isotopic perspective to supplement paleobotanical inferences

2:45

SY11004 Wilczek, Amity A plant's-eye view of climate: the timing of flowering and lagging adaptation in response to warming

3:15

Break

3:45

SY11006 Roddy, Adam A physiological approach to the ecology and evolution of flowers

4:15

SY11007 Pittermann, Jarmila* - Baer, Alex - Brodersen, Craig - Burns, Emily Watkins, James E. - Wheeler, James Water transport in seed-free vascular plants: a macro-evolutionary perspective

4:45

SY11008 Watkins, James E. The economy of reproduction in ferns: limitations on fertile-sterile dimorphy

5:15

SY11009 Wilson, Jonathan P.* - Trembath-Reichert, Elizabeth - McGlynn, Shawn E. - Fischer, Woodward W. A molecular and geobiological perspective on the evolution of plant biomineralization

5:45 Discussion 1:45 PM - 4:30 PM 48 Contributed Papers Conservation Biology II Chair: Jennifer Ramp Neale

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48001

Wear, Donna* - Gordon, Judith Reproductive Status of the Shoals Spider Lily, Hymenocallis coronaria (Le Conte) Kunth (Liliaceae) in the Savannah River Basin, Augusta, GA, USA

2:00

48002

Jolls, Claudia* - Fortner, A. Renee - Goodwillie, Carol - Dietrick, Erika M. Critical biological knowledge for conservation of Cooley’s meadowrue, a rare perennial of pocosin-savanna ecotones

2:15

48003

Clayborn, Jaeson* - Koptur, Suzanne - Whelan, Kevin Sea Level Rise versus Host Plant Habitat Enhancement for Heraclides aristodemus ponceanus, a Climate Change Paradox?

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2:30

48004

Neale, Jennifer Ramp* - Schwabe, Anna L. Conservation genetic assessment of the federally protected Dudley Bluffs mustards (Physaria congesta,and Physaria obcordata) with implications for oil and gas development in the Piceance Basin of Colorado, USA

2:45

48005

Thacker, James Heath* - Krosnick, Shawn Elizabeth Analysis of reproductive biology and shade tolerance of the endangered plant Physaria globosa (Brassicaceae)

3:00

48006

Ashley, Mary V. Asexual Reproduction and the Persistence of Threatened Plant Populations

3:15

Break

3:45

48008

Ramirez-Bullon, Natali* - Negron-Ortiz, Vivian - Winn, Alice A. Implications of pollen limitation for the persistence of a threatened dioecious endemic plant of Northwest Florida

4:00

48009

Batool, Ghania Ethno natural science of restorative plants

4:15

48010

Chau, Marian M. The #OhiaLove Crowdfunding Campaign: Developing global participation in local conservation

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM S8 Pelton Award Lecture Oglethrope Auditorium Martha Hawes The role of the extracellular matrix in defense: New insights into plant and animal immune responses 3:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Coffee Break

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

BSA Development Committee Meeting

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3:45 PM - 5:30 PM 49 Contributed Papers Developmental and Structure II Chair: Scott D. Russell

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Xu, Hengping - Jones, Daniel S. - Chesnut, Joshua - Anderson, Sarah Johnson, Cameron - Khanday, Imtiyaz - Sundaresan, V. - Russell, Scott D.* Control of Cell Cycle and Cellular Division in the Zygote of Oryza sativa

4:00

49002

Grant, Alannie-Grace* - Callodonato, Rebecca - Litt, Amy - Kalisz, Susan Is reduced apical height of conical petal cells a new trait in the selfing syndrome?

4:15

49003

Liu, Xiang* - Xie, Deyu - Franks, Robert - Xiang, Qiu-Yun (Jenny) Down-regulating AP3 homolog expression showed floral and inflorescence changes leading to loss of the explosive pollen release in bunchberry (Cornus canadensis)

4:30

49004

Herrera, Maria del Pilar* - Bachelier, Julien Comparative study of sexual dimorphism in the development of reproductive structures of Orthopterygium, a rare and endemic dioecious genus of Anacardiaceae

4:45

49005

Hayden, W John* - Fagan, Camille Anatomy and Pollination of Subterranean Cleistogamous Flowers of Benghal Dayflower (Commelina benghalensis, Commelinaceae)

5:00

49006

Ade-Ademilua, Omobolanle Elizabeth* - Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin Okpoma, Marian M. Micropropagation of Peperomia pellucida

3:45 PM - 5:45 PM 50 Contributed Papers Hybrids and Hybridization Chair: Paul Manos; Mei Sun

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3:45

50001

Cho, Myong-suk* - Kim, Chan-Soo - Kwon, Youl - Kim, Seung-Chul The origin of flowering cherry on oceanic islands: The saga continues in Jeju Island

4:00

50002

Gil, Hee-Young* - Pimenova, Elena - Maki, Masayuki - Taran, Aleksandr - Kim, Seung-Chul Hybridization and anagenesis on Ulleung Island: case studies of violet and figwort

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4:15

50003

Sun, Mei* - Surveswaran, Siddharthan Species diversity and speciation mechanisms in Spiranthes (Orchidaceae)

4:30

50004

McCarthy, Elizabeth* - Berardi, Andrea - Smith, Stacey D. - Litt, Amy Diverse and novel phenotypes in allopolyploids: floral pigments and their genetic basis

4:45

50005

Nielsen, Tora - CortĂŠs, AndrĂŠs* - Karrenberg, Sophie Origin and Distribution of a Putative Interploidy Hybrid Between Salix herbacea L. and Salix polaris Wahlenb. (Salicaceae)

5:00

50006

Keller, Barbara - De Vos, Jurriaan - James, Thomson - Conti, Elena* Reproductive barriers between heterostylous primroses

5:15

50007

Manos, Paul* - Hipp, Andrew - McVay, John A phylogeny of the American white oaks reveals widespread divergent evolution and the genomic legacy of introgressive hybridization

5:30

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Eriksson, Torsten* - Lundberg, Magnus - Smedmark, Jenny E. E. Zhang, Q - Davis, Thomas M. Reconstructing reticulate evolution of polyploid strawberries (Fragaria, Rosaceae), using nuclear low copy DNA sequence data

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Legacy Society Reception

Tondee's

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM S9 Address of the BSA President-Elect Oglethrope Auditorium Gordon Uno Convergent Evolution of National Science Education Projects: How BSA Can Influence Reform

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Paleobotanical Section Business Meeting

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ABLS Business meeting

105

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4TH 6:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Botany 2016 Conference Office

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

BSA Board Meeting

8:00 AM - 1:30 PM SY12 Herbarium Curator's Symposium Chair: Andrea Weeks

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Author Index A Abbott, J. Richard 45006, PSY018, PSY019, PSY025, PSY035 Abdi, Ahmed Abdikadir 30005 Abdul Ghaffar, Muhammad Akbar 29011, PEP005 Abdul, Suleiman 6011, 20010 Abdulrazzaq, Mustafa F. PML004 Abidi, Shayda 5004 Aboulafia, Elie PPB002 Ackerly, David 30012, 30013, SY04004 Adams, Dean 45009 Adams, Robert PGP008 Adams/, Catrina 33006, WS08001 Ade-Ademilua, Omobolanle Elizabeth 49006 Adebayo, Adedoyin PEC012 Adebowale, Adekunle PML006 Adrian, Platts 40011 Adu, Esther 39012 Aedo Perez, Carlos 45004 Aguilar-Gutierrez, Estefania PPG008 Aguirre, Natalie 3001 Aguirre, Xitlali PSY011 Ahmad, Berhaman 12002 Aiello-Lammens, Matthew 14003 Ajiya, Cleophas Bila 47001 Akawu, Jedida Jacob 47001 Akinloye, Akinwumi Johnson 13005 Akinnubi, Funmilola Mabel 13005 Akinsulore, Philips Opeyemi PSY031 Akman, Melis 14005 Al-Shehbaz, Ihsan A. PSY037 Al-Zein, Mohammad S. 40004 Ala, Philemon 24003 Albertsen, Marc 42004 Albrecht, Matthew 14004 Alford, Mac 28010 Ali, Shaukat 19009, PPY008 Allen, Julie 6001 Allen, Sarah 5009 Allen, Shilah PPL008 Alo, Frazer 24003 Alsdurf, Jacob PEC028 Altrichter, Kristine M. PDS004 Alverson, Andrew 1007 Alverson, Bil 44006 Amarasinghe, Prabha PSY032 Ambrose, Barbara SY03007 Amend, Anthony A. 24003 Ames, Mercedes 37001 Amico, Patrick 6008 Amith, Jonathan D. 13001 Amundson, Courtney PPL006

An, Hong 27002, 27003 Andersen, Ethan PPY008 Andersen, Ethan J. 19009, PGP006 Anderson, Benjamin 1001 Anderson, Blake PPG011 Anderson, Sarah 49001 Annis, Jenna PRP002 Ansaldi, Beth PEC027 Antonelli, Alexandre SY06004 Antonenko, Pavlo C4001 Appelhans, Marc PPY003 Apple, Krystal PSY043 Arbizu, Carlos 21007 Ardell, David PPY002 Arduser, Mike 36009 Argent, George 12010 Arista Palmero, Montserrat 44002, PDS002 Ariza, Marí­a Jesus PDS002 Arlinghaus, Kellen R 39011 Armbruster, Scott 10014 Armstrong, Joseph PCB013 Armstrong, Joseph E SY01003 Arnold, A. Elizabeth C4008 Arnold, Paige M. PPL009 Arriola, Paul E. PPL007 Arroyo, Mary T. K. 37001 Art-Han, Watchara 16004 Artigues, Renee PTE007 Ashley, Mary V. 48006, PPG001 Asuzu, Chinwe PSY039 Atkinson, Brian A 5006 Attigala, Lakshmi 45007, 45009 Aubrey, Doug SY02004 Aubuchon, Taylor 16004 Augustin, Megan 19010 Averill, Kristine C1002 Axsmith, Brian 28010, PPB004 Azzolini, Jill PTE007

B Baas, Pieter 23013 Bachelier, Julien 49004 Baer, Alex SY11007 Baer, Sara 3004, 11003, PEC007, PEP006 Baghaei, Arman 2006, PEV001 Baghai-Riding, Nine Lucille PPB004, PTE002 Baider, Cláudia 12002 Bailey, C. Donovan 38014 Bailey, Nicholas PSY017 Baiser, Benjamin 7001, 40005 Baker, Stokes S 18003, PML004, WS10A001 Baker, William J. 10010 Balci, Yilmaz PSY006 -157-

Baldwin, Bruce G. 21006, 30012, 30013, C2006, SY04004, SY04007 Balick, Michael J. 24003 Balkam, Natalie PEC037 Ballard Jr, Harvey E 41007, 41010, 41011, PPG005 Ballhorn, Daniel 35007 Barbaro, Tracy 33001 Barbazuk, William B. 19012, C4014 Barber, Janet C. PPY004 Barbera Sanchez, Patricia 45004 Barker, Michael S 7007, 27002, 27003 Barkworth, Mary E 18014, 26002 Barone Lumaga, Maria Rosaria PDS005 Barone, John 24001 Barr, Jordan SY10003 Barreiro, Fátima S. SY04008 Barrett, Craig 1005, 45012, PGP004 Barrett, Marissa 12003 Barrett, Matthew 1001 Barrington, David 10013, 31011 Barry, Kerrie 19007 Barthet, Michelle Marie 11010 Bartlett, Madelaine SY05006 Baseggio, Matheus 11011 Basham, Anne 33005 Batool, Ghania 48009 Baughman, Jenna T. 8008, 39006 Baum, David 16003 Baxter, David SY04004 Bayat, Soheila 46001 Bayer, Randall 21010 Bayly, Michael J 17009, 41005 Beaulieu, Jeremy 30011 Beaulieu, Jeremy M. 10012 Bechen, Lindsey 19006 Beck, James Benjamin 47002, SY04003 Becus, Marjie PEC031 Behling, Emily PBR004 Belaski, Whitney PBG005 Bell, David PBR002 Bell, Karen Leanne SY08007 Belland, Rene 32003 Bello, Nora 11003, PEC028 Belnap, Camille PEN006 Benedict, John C. 18011 Bennert, Jeff PEN002 Bennert, Jon PEN002 Bennett, Bradley 13003 Berardi, Andrea 50004 Berbeo, Asseneth 47014 Berger, Brent 2005, 38006, PEV007 Berjano, Regina PBG003


Berlyn, Graeme P. 9001, SY10002, SY10006 Bernardini, Benedetta 12002 Bernardo, Holly 14004 Bernhardt, Peter 36009 Berry, Christopher SY03003 Berry, Paul 12003 Best, Hannah PRP001 Best, Jason H. 47012, PSY008 Bhandari, Gauri Shankar PSY023 Biang, Kathrines 16004 Biersma, Elisabeth M. C2005 Biffin, Edward 12002 Bippus, Alexander Cole 5010 Bird, Kevin 11011 Biro, Peter C2011 Bishop, Amanda PTE002 Biver, Weston PSY035 Blaedow, Ryan SY09004 Blair, Charles E 22003, PEC014 Blake-Mahmud, Jennifer 33006, 42001 Blauvelt, Melissa PEP015 Bleich, Andrew PSY025 Blischak, Paul 17007, 46002, PSY042 Bloemen, Jasper SY02004 Blossey, Bernd C1001, C1012 Bobich, Edward 47014 Bobo, Rachel 35001 Bock, Jane PDS001 Bock, Jane H 29013 Bodin, Emily PTE002 Bohs, Lynn 30001, PSY040 Bolin, Jay F. PPD003 Bonacorsi, Nikole 42003 Bontrager, Kristen PCB015 Booth, Tom 32003 Borer, Catherine PPS003 Borges, Adriana 3001 Borowicz, Victoria A. 22006, PCB013, PEC011 Bourg, Norman C1009, C1013 Box, Mathew 2011 Box, Stephen J. 40006 Boyd, Jennifer 3012 Boyd, Kate 34004 Boyd, Robert Steven PCB004, PCB005, PEC032, PPY006 Brambach, Fabian 12002 Brandão, Rita 40001 Brautigam, Andrea C4015 Bravo Mendoza, Mariana SY10004 Breeden, Meredith PPL008 Brickman, Peggy PTE001 Briggler, Malissa PCB007 Brightly, William 28013 Brightly, William H PPB002 Brinda, John C 8007

Brochmann, Christian 30005 Brockington, Samuel 16012, 27008 Brodersen, Craig SY11007 Bronson, Allison PPB001 Brosi, Berry J. SY08007 Brouwer, Nathan L. C1003 Brown, Amanda PCB003 Brown, Elizabeth A. 12012 Brown, Herrick 34004, 43003 Brown, Jennifer 39012 Brown, Ken 45013 Browning, Larry 18001 Bruce, Douglas 19004 Bruederle, Leo P 37014 Bruederle, Leo P. C2007 Bruhn, Robert 47006 Bruneau, Anne 21004 Brzyski, Jessica 39014 Buback, Steven 35004 Bucior, Danielle PPS002 Buckley, Liberty PCB003 Buczynski, Rebekah PTE007 Budke, Jessica C4007 Buell, C. Robin 17012 Buide, M. Luisa 37007, PEC023 Bukhari, Ghadeer PEV002, SY05003 Bullard-Roberts, Angelle 13003 Bunner, Allissa 18013 Burg, Anika 15003 Burgess, Kevin 24001, PCB014, SY08007 Burke, Janelle M PDS006, PSY034 Burke, John 19005 Burke, Sean 45009 Burkle, Laura SY08006 Burleigh, Gordon 33002, C4001, WS04001 Burns, Amanda PPD001 Burns, Emily SY11007 Burns, John C4003 Burslem, David 12002 Bush, Caroline 38001 Bush, Catherine M 10001 Butler, Alice PSY052 Byers, Diane L PEC008, SY08002, SY08SUM Byng, James W. 12002, C3005, C3006, PTE012

C C.D., Anderson 11013 Cabrera, Lidia 13001 Cahoon, Bruce WS10A001 Cairns, David 39010, PBG004 Caiza, Joselyn PHB001 Calamia, Alex PEN005 -158-

Calderón-Acevedo, Camilo Andrés PEC003 Caldwell, Morgan PDS008 Call, Geoff 3012 Callodonato, Rebecca 49002 Cameron, Ken 20003, 21015, 31002, 37001, 37011, 38002, 44006, 45001, PPG009 Campacci, Thiago PME001 Campbell, Diane R. 36003 Cantley, Jason 39007, PEC009, PEC015, PEC016, PEC018, PHB002, PSY041, PSY052, SY07006 Cantrill, David PSY036 Cao, Yanan PBG009 Caomhanach, Nuala SY02001 Caraballo-Ortiz, Marcos A. 31013 Cardon, Zoe 19004 Carey, Sarah B. 19007 Carl, James Robert Currie PTE005 Carleton, Jim PEC002 Carlo, Tomas 31013 Carlsen, Monica 1002, 16011, PPY003 Carlson, Jane 14002, 14005 Carlson, Matthew PPL006 Carper, Dana PSB001 Carr, Mariah 32007, 32008 Carrell, Alyssa C4006, PSB001 Carter, Christy T PPG005 Carter, J. Richard 47011, PSY003 Carvajal, Danny E. PEP011 Carvalho, Monica 29005 Carver, Michelle PPS003 Cary, Katharine 3013 Casimiro-Soriguer, Ines 37007 Castilla, Antonio R 36013 Castillo, Ana C. 39009 Castro, Mariana 21016 Castro, Silvia 21016, PSY020 Caton, Tara PHB002 Catron, Ashley PPD002 Caudle, Keri 3004, PEC007, PSB006 Cavaliere, Dario Julian PSY046 Caverly, Loriel PPL006 Caviness, Terrance E. PBR004 Cellinese, Nico 20011, 41001, 46005, PSY032 Chafin, Linda S4001 Chamala, Srikar 20009 Chamberlain, Evan 36002 Chamberlin, Mark 42004 Chambers, Malinda 10002 Chambers, Patricia 44007 Chambers, Sally 7001, 7002 Chanderbali, Andre 38006 Chanel, Sam 24003


Chang, Chia-Hao PPY004 Chang, Shumei 35005, 36005, 42002, SY08002, SY08SUM Chang, Ying PBR002 Chantaranothai, Pranom 12002 Chapin, Kenneth J. 39004 Chapman, Julia 15004 Chapman, Julia I. 15002 Charboneau, Joseph 46009 Charette, Martin 27004 Chatelet, David 3003 Chatrou, Lars 40001 Chau, Marian M. 48010, WS02001 Chen, Chuan PSY044 Chen, Kai-Yi PML005 Chen, Ko-Hsuan C4008 Chen, Lisheng 41003 Chen, Zhiduan 12001, 41006 Cheng, Shifeng C4015 Cheong, Eunju PEC005 Chesnut, Joshua 49001 Chester, Micahel 27011 Chiang, Tzen-Yuh PPY004 Chiang, Vincent L. SY02002 Chiang, Yu-Chung PPG003 Chiarello, Savannah PEP002 Chidibere, Chukwu 6011, 20010 Chitwood, Dan S6001 Chmielewski, Matthew 25002 Cho, Myong-Suk 50001 Choi, Jinhee 45014 Choi, Jiyeong PEC032 Choi, Tae Young, PSY010 Chopra, Ratan 19001 Choudhury, Bailey PSY051 Christenhusz, Maarten PTE012 Christenhusz, Maaten 12002, 24002 Christopher, Dorothy 42002, PTE003 Chung, Kuo-Fang 37004, 37006, PML005 Chérubin, Laurent M. 40006 Ciotir, Claudia PEN003 Clark, John L. 17005, 37013 Clark, John R. 31005 Clark, Lia 33005 Clark, Lynn 45002, 45003, 45007, 45009 Clark, Megan PTE002 Clark, Theresa An PBR003 Clary, Renee 18002 Clavijo, Laura 17005, 37013 Clayborn, Jaeson 18008, 48003 Clement, Wendy L 10011 Clements, Mark 37001 Cleveland, Claire PPB003 Clewel, Sarah 16004 Clifford, Trevor 28009

Clocher, Ilona C SY05007 Coate, Jeremy 27005 Cobb, Neil 26002 Cober, Elroy 27004 Coburn, Francis 31001 Cohen, Jim PCB006, PRP004 Coiro, Mario PDS005 Collins, Betsy 30007 Comer, Jason 38015 Comes, Peter PBG009 Conant, Gavin 35004 Condamine, Fabien SY06004 Connet, Nicole M. PPL007 Conrad, Roth E. 19007 Conran, John G 45012 Conti, Elena 50006 Contreras, Dori 5005 Cook, Douglas 9004, 9005, 29006, D3001, PDS003 Cook, Joseph 33001 Coons, Janice PRP002 Cooper, Benjamin 21005 Cooper, Ranessa 18012, 26004, PTE009 Cooper, Toby 36001, PDS009 Corbin, Bradley 25001 Cornish, Katrina 29011, PEP005 Cortés, Andrés 44005, 50005 Costa, David G PEP009 Costa, Gleicyanne PME001 Coutant, Nancy PRP002 Cox, Monica 45002 Cramer, Michael 14007 Cramer, Rainier 17011 Crane, Peter 28001 Crayn, Darren M. 12012 Crepet, William 23010, 28002 Crifò, Camilla PPB002 Cronn, Richard C. 38007 Crowl, Andrew 46005 Cruse-Sanders, Jennifer M. 24001, PCB005 Cruzan, Mitch 40010, PML003 Cui, Hong 33002, C4001, WS04001 Culley, Theresa 20014, D2001, PEC021, PEC031 Cummins, Joseph PTE002 Cuneo, N. Ruben 28004 Cusimano, Victoria PTE007 Czapla, Grant PPL001

D Dacosta-Calheiros, Emmanuel PDS003 Dang, Christie L. PDS004 Daragan, Christina 16001 Darrach, Mark 46012 Davenport, Lawrence J 34003 -159-

Davis, Avery 3001 Davis, Charles C. 2004, 6007, 10007, SY05002, SY06004 Davis, E. Christine C4001 Davis, Jerrold I 45012 Davis, Kendal PPB004 Davis, Sandra PRP003 Davis, Stephen PPD001 Davis, Stephen Darrel PEP003 Davis, Thomas M. 50008 De Boer, Hugo 29010 De Vos, Jurriaan 27007, 50006 De-La-Mora, Marisol SY07007 Deal, Haley PPY007 Decombeix, Anne-Laure 23006, 23008, SY11002 Dehne, Frank 27004 Del Tredici, Peter PSY038 Del Valle, Jose Carlos 37007, PEC023 Delavoi, Charles PBR001 Dellinger-Johnston, Rebecca 21002 Demariano, Audra J. SY08003 Demoraes, Consuelo SY07002 Denton, John PPB001 Depamphilis, Claude W. 19013, 31013, 38013, 40002 Der, Joshua C4013 Der, Joshua P. C4015 Despiegelaere, Sarah 45014 Determann, Ron 35003 Dettmann, Mary 28009 Devall, Emerita, Margaret S. 15005 Devlin, Donna J. 40006 Devore, Melanie 28006, 33005 Di Stilio, Veronica S 2002, PEV008 Diaz, Nicolas PEC016 Dick, Christopher SY06008 Dickey, Mallory 15002 Dickinson, Tim 41013, PEC022, PSY029 Diedrich, John 42006 Dietrick, Erika M. 48002 Diggle, Pamela Kathleen 10014, D2001 Dikow, Rebecca 46010, SY04002, WS14001 Diller, Carolina 36010 Diller, Sara PBG005 Dillon, Steven PSY051 Dimaria, Stephen PEC040 Dismukes, Wade PPY010 Dobbins, Catherine PSY011 Dodsworth, Steven 10010 Doering, Jennifer 32003 Dolan, Benjamin James 15006 Donaldson, Andrew M. 32008 Dong, Yibo 16006, 16009, 31014


Donoghue, Michael 3003, 10011, 16005, 30011, D4001 Donovan, Elizabeth PEC002 Donovan, Lisa PEP010, PTE010 Donovan, Sam 33001 Dorfzaun, Alexandra 25001 Dormontt, Eleanor SY04006 Doro, Thomas 24003 Dorr, Laurence J. 12007 Doucette, Alfonso 37001 Douglas, Norman 16006, 30004, 46009, PSY002, PSY022 Douglas, Rachel PSY036 Dovo, Presley 24003 Downie, Stephen R. 46012 Downing, Jason PSB008 Doyle, James A 5005, 23009 Doyle, Jane 1003 Doyle, Jeff 1003, 19001, 27005, 35002 Drake, Ellen 30004 Drenovsky, Rebecca 3014, 22002 Drenovsky, Rebecca E PEC020, PEP012 Drew, Bryan PSY001 Drew, Bryan T 43004, C2003, PSY047 Drezner, Taly Dawn 14001 Drummond, Chloe 43005, 44006 Du, Yan-Lei 14010 Dudareva, Natalia 17012 Dudle, Dana A PRP003 Dugas, Diana V. 38014 Duijnstee, Ivo SY11SUM Dukes, Jeffrey S PEC001 Dunn, Michael PPS003 Dupin, Julia 30001 Dupree, Katharine PPL004 Duran, Cody PPS005 Duran, Kristy PEC034, PPS005 Duvall, Mel 45009 Dyreson, Curtis 26002 Dávalos, Andrea C1001, C1012

E Eaton, Deren WS07001 Eckert, Scott PEC025 Edger, Patrick PPY010 Edwards, Caroline PSY022 Edwards, Christy PPG004, PPG007 Edwards, Erika 3003, 16010, 27007 Egan, Ashley N. 1003, 19001, PPY001 Ehardt, Cassie PCB011 Eilu, Gerald 30005 Eily, Ariana C4016 Elder, Morgan PPD003 Ellis, Shari 26001

Ellison, Shelby 21007 Ellwanger, Claire 11004 Ellwood, Elizabeth 26001, 33001, 47005, 47006 Elvin, Mark PSY047 Emerling, Christopher A. PEV001 Emery, Nancy 14009 Emry, David Jason PCB015 Endara, Lorena 33002, 37001, PSY009, WS04001 Eppley, Sarah 25002 Erickson, David C1013 Eriksson, Torsten 50008 Escapa, Ignacio H SY03004 Escapa, Ignacio Hernan SY03005 Escudero, Marcial 37014, C2007 Eserman, Lauren 38003, 38015 Espindola, Anahi 37009 Espino, Susana 3002 Estep, Matt C. PPG014 Etterson, Julie 43001 Evanich, Daniel SY09002 Evans, Matthew PPG011 Evans, Timothy PGP007 Evensen, Arthur PEN006 Everett, Amanda 21011 Ewers, Frank 3009, PEP003

F Faden, Robert PGP007 Fagan, Camille 49005 Fant, Jeremie 11004, 19006, 26005, 27010, 36008, 38005, SY07008 Farenwald, Max PCB008 Farruggia, Frank Thomas PEC002 Fastige, Rachael PTE007 Feder, Zoë 3014, PEP012 Fegley, Erin 26007 Fehlberg, Shannon D 30014 Feist, Mary Ann 21015, 46012 Feller, Ilka C. 40006 Fenster, Charlie 10014, 36010, 37010 Fer, Tomas 16011 Ferguson, Carolyn J. 30014, PPG010 Fernando, Thilina 25003 Fernández, Victoria 29002 Fijal, Savannah PML004 Fischer, Woodward W. SY11009 Fishbein, Mark 12013, 12014, 17002, 38007, 38010, WS01001 Fisher, Amanda Elizabeth PSY004 Fisher, Kirsten M. 8008, 39006 Fitz Gerald, Jonathan 46006 Flannery, Maura C. 34001 -160-

Flemons, Paul 47005 Floden, Aaron J 20013 Florens, Vincent 12002 Flores Olvera, Hilda 30004, 46009, PSY002, PSY022 Flowers, Nicholas 32002 Flynn, Colleen PPS001 Folk, Ryan 12001, 20009, 41001, 41002, PSY001 Forest, Félix 10010 Forrestel, Elisabeth 10007 Fortner, A. Renee 48002 Foster, Charles 1012, PSY036 Fowler, Rachael M 17009 Fox, Laurel 14008 Fraga, Naomi 17013 Fragoso-Martínez, Itzi 1010 Fraley, Philip PEP001 Frank, A. Carolin PSB001 Franks, Robert 49003, SY05008 Franks, Steven PEC027 Franta, Roxanne 10002 Frawley, Emma PSY052 Freeman, Charlotte C1010 Freeman, Mary 6010, 8011 Freese, Daniella PGP002 Freitas, Karen 46010 Freudenstein, John V. 16001, 20005 Freyman, William A. 21006, 30012, 30013, 31012, SY04004 Fritsch, Peter W 10001, 47012, PSY008 Frost, Laura 30009, C2010, SY06006 Fryer, Emma R. 5003 Fu, Chengxin PSY044 Fuertes-Aguilar, Javier PSY037 Fuller, Daniel 41014 Fung, Vivian PEC020 Funk, Vicki 46010, SY04002, WS14001 Furedi, Mary Ann 8003 Furtado Dias, Elisabete 37003 Futrell, Caryn J. 22002

G Gaddis, Keith Donald 39010, PBG004 Gaither, Jeff PSY042 Gallaher, Tim 45002, 45003 Gallaher, Timothy 45009 Gallegos, Hilma R 15007 Galliart, Matthew 11003 Galloway, Laura 44004 Gamba, Diana PEC003 Gan, Xiangchao 2013 Gandolfo, Maria A 18005, 23011, 28002


Gao, Ao PEV004 Gao, Xin-Fen 7009 Garanich, Meghan PEC009 Garavelli, Lysel 40006 Garber, Kris PEC002 Garcia, Michelle PSB004 Garcia, Nicolas 17012, 20009 Gardner, Andrew 46006 Gardner, Andy 16013, PEV007 Gardner, Elliot 13002, 16008, 31009 Gardner, Jessica 7011 Garmon, David 39004 Garoutte, Christopher Scott PSY028 Garrett, Patrick Charles 36011 Garwood, Nancy PSY026, PSY027 Garza, Elyssa 40011, 40012, PML007 Gatt, Kyle P 41011 Gaus, Eve C4001 Gavala, Lacey PEC009 Gaynor, Michelle PML001 Gayou, Sean Anthony 18014 Gemmill, Chrissen E. C. 46013 Gensel, Patricia G 23003 Geraci, Blake 27011 Gerelle, Wesley 27006 Germain-Aubrey, Charlotte 6001, 12001, 41006, 47002 German, Dmitry A. PSY037 Gernandt, David S. PPY005, PSY011, PSY013 Ghandforoush, Titian 12011, 31004 Ghosh, Nabarun PEN002 Giblin, David 47003 Gibson, David 11003 Gibson, J Phil 18015, PCB011 Giffei, Bridget L. PDS004 Gil, Hee-Young 50002 Gil, Luis 29002 Gilbert, M. Thomas P. 1014, PPG006, SY04008 Gilderman, Gina 3001 Gile, Gillian C4016 Gilland, Keith E. 15002 Gillespie, Breahna PPD001 Gillespie, Emily Laura 47010 Gillock, Eric PSB006 Gilman, Ian 17014 Giraldo, Giovanny 31002, 37001 Gitzendanner, Matthew 20009, 40007, 41006, PSY045 Givnish, Thomas J 21015, 37001, 44006 Gizaw, Abel 30005 Gladish, Daniel K 29007 Glass, Jennifer C4006 Glenny, William SY08006

Goad, David 2011 Godden, Grant 17012 Goeckeritz, Charity PSY040 Goertzen, Leslie 19015, PPY006 Goffinet, Bernard 32004, 38004, C2005, C4005, C4007, C4010, C4011, PBR001, PBR004 Goldfarb, Barry 39009 Golshani, Ashkan 27004 Gomes, Shaiany PME001 Gomez, Marybel Soto 1013 Goncalves, Deise PSY033 Gonzalez, Lauren SY06002, SY06SUM Goodwillie, Carol 18006, 42005, 48002 Goolic, Ryan PBG008 Gorchov, David L C1011, C1SUM Gordon, Judith 48001 Gore, Michael 11011 Gormally, Cara PTE001 Gostel, Morgan 46010 Grace, Olwen 45012 Graham, Jeremy 8010 Graham, Linda E. C4004 Graham, Sean W SY03008 Graham, Sean W. 1013, 27006, PBR002 Granados Mendoza, Carolina 1011 Grant, Alannie-Grace 49002 Grant, Kirstie PSY034 Grasso, Matthew 29001 Grasty, Monica 40010 Gravendeel, Barbara 29010 Graça, José 29002 Greenwood, Joshua L 8007, 8009 Grewell, Brenda J. 22002 Grierson, Pauline 1001 Griffith, Alden B PEC001 Grillo, Marisa PEC010 Grimwood, Jane 19007 Grocholl, John J. 42007 Groff, Paul A. 12015 Gross, Briana 11002 Grover, Corrinne 16003 Grubbs, Kunsiri Chaw 12004, PEP014 Grusz, Amanda C4012 Guilliams, C. Matt C2SUM, PSY028 Guilliams, Matt C2001, C2006 Gulbranson, Erik L 23008, SY11003 Gulledge, Kim PSY035 Guo, Jinyan 2012 Guo, Wenhu 19014 Guralnick, Robert 6001, 12001, 41002, 47005 Guzmán-Delgado, Paula 29002 -161-

H Haak, David SY06008 Haas, Alexis Suzette PEC039 Hacke, Uwe PEP007 Hagsater, Eric 1011 Hahn, Matt SY06008 Hall, Benjamin 12010, PPY007 Hall, Jocelyn C 12009, PPY010 Hall, Nathan 19015, PPY006 Hall, Tara 27003 Hallett, Allysa 36002 Hammack, David 46001 Han, Jiahong PEV007 Hancock, Laura 22005 Hancock, Lillian Pine 16010, 27007 Hancock, Thomas 6008 Hansen, Anders J. 1014 Hansen, Kimberley 38007 Hansen, Matthew S. PPY001 Hao-Chun, Hsu 2009 Harbert, Robert S 28012 Harder, Lawrence D 10014, SY05007 Hardy, Christopher 10014, 26006 Haripersaud, Padmattie 41013 Harkess, Alex 2010, 38015 Harris, Jesse PSY030 Harris, Kari Megan 33004 Harris, Kody PSB005 Harrison, K. David 24003 Hartley, Nathan 26006 Hartley, Sue 28013 Harvey, Alan 25001 Hasenstab-Lehman, Kristen 17003, C2006 Hauck, Jonathan 39002 Havens, Kayri 26007, SY08008 Hawes, Martha S8001 Hawkins, Angela K. 40011, 40012, PML007 Hawkins, W. Daryl 40012, PML007 Hay, Nikolai PPG014 Hayden, W John 49005 Hayes, Daniel 39007, PEC018, SY07006 Heberling, J. Mason C1003 Hedderson, Terry C4007 Heidel, Bonnie PPG010 Henry, Laura 17012 Henwood, Murray PSY036 Heo, Kweon 27011 Herendeen, Patrick 28001 Herlihy, Chris 25003 Herrera Arrieta, Yolanda 45005 Herrera, Fabiany 28001, 28011 Herrera, Maria Del Pilar 49004


Herrmann, Maria SY10007, SY10008 Herron, Sterling PEN003 Hess, Garrett PTE007 Hewett Hazelton, Kristen PEV008 Heyd, Lauren PDS007 Heydler, Susan G 17011 Heyduk, Karolina 19002, 38015 Hickey, R. James 36011 Hickey, Ryan 36011, 39012 Hidayati, Siti PEC026 Hieger, Timothy 33005 Hildebrand, Terri J PEN004 Hileman, Lena C 10014, SY05004 Hillabrand, Rachel PEP007 Hilt, Christina 3004, PEP006 Hipp, Andrew 41012, 50007 Ho, Simon 1012, PSY036 Hoang, Bao Tram 39012 Hoch, Peter C. PPY004, SY08003 Hodel, Richard G 6003 Hodgson, Wendy 30003 Hoekstra, Paul 40001 Hogg, Ted PEP007 Holmlund, Helen PEP003, PPD001 Holsinger, Kent 1004, 14002, SY01007 Holtum, Joseph 16010 Hong, Jeong-Ki PPG002 Hooker, Marcus 37002 Hoot, Sara 21016 Horn, Charles 20001 Horn, James W. 12007 Horner, Harry 42004, 45002 Hove, Alisa A PEC019 Howard, Cody 20011 Howarth, Dianella 2005, 38006, 46006, PEV006, PEV007 Howe, Natalie PTE007 Hsu, Tsai-Wen PPG003, PPY004 Hu, Jer-Ming 37004 Hu, Jin-Yong PGP001 Huang, Chao-Li PPY004 Huang, Sophia PTE008 Huang, Yu-Lan PML005 Huber, John A. PEP013 Huebner, Cynthia D. 15001 Hufford, Larry 10014, 37002 Hughes, Colin E. 38014 Hughes, Mark 41014 Hughes, Olivia PSY051 Hughes, William 25006 Huhndorf, Sabine 28011 Huiet, Layne 7003, 7004 Hulsey, Ryan PPL001 Humphreys, Aelys PSY027 Hunnicutt, Jessica PEP014 Hunter, Steven 37001 Husby, Chad PEP008

Huxman, Travis E. 39004 Höhna, Sebastian 21006

I Iannucci, Maria 22002 Ichihashi, Yasunori S6001 Ichinnorov, Niiden 28001 Ickert-Bond, Stefanie 41003, PSY021 Idu, Macdonald PEC012 Igwe, David O PCB001 Illoh, Herbert Chukuma PSY031 Inkster, Jaclyn 26007 Irvin, Lani PCB010 Itani, Moustapha A. 40004 Ivalu, Cacho 40011 Ivey, Christopher T PEC019

J Jabaily, Rachel Schmidt 16013, 38001, 46006, PEV007, PSY051 Jacobs, Douglass C1010 Jacobs, Sarah 46002 Jacobs, Sarah J. 46003 Jacobsen, Anna L SY09006 James, Elizabeth PSY036 James, Shelley SY01009 James, Thomson 50006 Jamzad, Ziba PSY045 Jander, Georg 35002 Jansen, Robert PSY033 Jansen, Steven 3002, 29009, SY09007 Jantzen, Johanna 6005 Jaramillo, Carlos 28011 Jenkins, Jerry 19007 Jenkins, Michael C1005, C1010 Jensen, Jamie 18010 Jensen, Nicholas 26003 Jetz, Walter 30011 Jha, Shalene 36013 Ji, Xiang 16006, 16009 Jiménez López, Francisco Javier 44002, PBG003, PDS002 Jiménez, Jaime E. PBR004 Jin, Jian-Jun 40002 Jin, Jianhua 5011 Jinga, Percy PPG001 Joesting, Heather M PEP002 Jogesh, Tania 36008, PEC006, SY07008 Johnsen, Kurt H. 39009 Johnson, Cameron 49001 Johnson, Eden 16013 Johnson, Gabriel 1006, 41003, PPY003 -162-

Johnson, Leigh C2004 Johnson, Loretta 3004, 11003, PEC007, PEC028, PEP006 Johnson, Matthew 1007, 16008, 19006, 21005, 27001, 31009, 38004, 38005, C4005, C4007, C4011, C4SUM Johnson, Melissa 31005 Johnson, Robert 11013 Jolls, Claudia 26007, 48002 Jonathan, Wendel 16003 Jones, Cynthia S. 3005, 14003, 29004 Jones, Daniel S. 49001 Jones, Ian Matthew 15007 Jones, Marcus 18013, 25004, 42007, PDS007 Jones, R. David PEC002 Jordan, Kristina PSY026, PSY027 Jordan, Rebecca PSY036 Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid 31012, 39007, PEC009, PEC018, PHB002, PSY052, SY07006 Jorgensen, Stacy A 7007 Joseph, Camryn PSY009 Joseph, Gallagher 16003 Joshee, Nirmal PCB010 Jovan, Sarah 8001 Jud, Nathan A 5012, 28007 Judd, Walter 30003, 45006, PSY018 Juliano, Steven A. PEC011 Julias, Margaret 9004, 9005 Jung, Michael PPG004 Jung, Sung-Cheol PEC005 Jutla, Satpal PBR001 Juzwik, Jennifer SY09004

K K.M., Farley 11013 Kalisz, Susan 49002, C1003 Kaltenegger, Elisabeth 10003 Kamileen, Mohamed Omar 17012 Kaminsky, Barry 32001 Kana Huisa, Elizabeth 3007 Kapgate, Dashrath 5008 Karam, Nisrine 40004 Karemera, Hassan PSY013 Karimi, Nisa 16003 Kariyat, Rupesh SY07002 Kariyat, Rupesh R SY07003, SY07SUM Karrenberg, Sophie 44005, 50005 Karron, Jeffrey David 36002 Kass, Lee B 34006 Kates, Heather Rose 38011 Kauffman, Gary PPG014 Keefover-Ring, Ken PEC034 Kellam, Kane PSB005


Kellar, Chauncey PSY024 Kellar, Pamela Roxanne 18004, PCB009 Keller, Barbara 50006 Kellogg, Elizabeth Anne 2011, 16004, 45010, PPY009 Kempa, Matúš PSY037 Kennedy, John Paul 40006 Kephart, Susan 11012, 20014, PEC021, PSY016 Kerr, Kelly PEP004 Kerry, John 19010 Kerski, Joesph 33001 Kessler, Andre PEC017 Khanday, Imtiyaz 49001 Khavari-Nejad, Ramezan-Ali 40013 Khojayori, Farahnoz 2004, PEV005 Kiel, Carrie A. 17010 Kiernan, Brian PEC002 Kilbane, Christina PSY040 Kilgore, Jason Scott 15006, PEC035 Kim, Chan-Soo 50001, PEC005 Kim, Changkyun 20012 Kim, Eunsoo C4003 Kim, Hye Min PSY023 Kim, Joo-Hwan 20012 Kim, Joonseog PEV005 Kim, Seon-Hee 17004, 30002 Kim, Seung-Chul 17004, 30002, 50001, 50002 Kim, Wonhee PPG002 Kim, Yong-In 30010 Kim, Young-Dong 30010 Kimberly, Paul 47005 King, Megan PTE007 Kington, Sharon PBG007 Kirchoff, Bruce K 21002, WS05001, WS13001 Kirst, Matias C4014 Kiss, John Z. 9003, PDS008, PPS004 Klahs, Phillip 45003, 45009 Klepsch, Matthias SY09007 Klimczak, Korena 25004 Kling, Matthew 30012, SY04004 Knapp, Mary 11003, PEC028 Knapp, Sandra 30001 Knight, Tiffany 14004 Knopf, Patrick 28001 Knox, Eric 1002, 46004 Knox, John 34004 Koch, Marcus PSY044 Koehler, Samantha PME001 Koelling, Vanessa PEC037 Koenen, Erik 38014 Koenig, Max 27005 Kolton, Max C4006 Kontur, Sophie 10006

Koohdar, Fahimeh 40003 Kooner, Taj P. PML004 Koontz, Stephanie M. 25005 Koptur, Suzanne 6009, 15007, 48003 Korn, Randi 32006 Kostka, Joel C4006 Kovar, Lynsey 38014 Krakos, Kyra N. SY08003 Kramer, Andrea 26005 Kramer, Diedre 3004 Kramer, Elena 2004 Krauss, Siegfried 1001 Kress, John 13001, 16011 Kriebel, Ricardo 12003, 21015, 31003, 37001, 44006 Krieg, Christopher PEP008 Krimmel, Erica R. PTE004 Krinitsyna, Anastasiya A. PSY050 Kron, Kathleen A 10001, 12011, 31004, 41005, PEC029 Krosnick, Shawn Elizabeth 36001, 41009, 48005, PBG007, PDS009 Krstec, Lidija 32006 Krug, Michael 10009 Ku, Tim C.W. 9001, SY10002, SY10006 Kubatko, Laura 17007, PSY042 Kueppers, Lara PSB001 Kulbaba, Mason W SY05007 Kummer, Tyler 18010 Kutchan, Toni 19010 Kwak, Myounghai PPG002 Kwantes, Michiel 2013 Kwon, Youl 50001 Kyra, Krakos PEC006, PPL001, PPL002, PPL003, PPL005, PRP001

L L.A, Johnson 11013 La Farge, Catherine 8002 La Rosa, Raffica 14009 Labate, Joanne 11011 Lacey, Mae PSY041 Laffan, Shawn 6001 Lagomarsino, Laura 1002, 10007, SY06004 lLai, Yangjun 28002 Lam, Vivienne K. Y. 1013, 27006 Lampley, Jayne PBG002 Lance, Richard PPG004 Lance, Ron PSY029 Landis, Jacob Brian 2003, 19007 Lane, Amanda 19010 Laport, Robert 10004, 40009, PEC030, PML001, PML002 -163-

Lara Domí­nguez, Ana Laura SY10004 Latimer, Andrew 14005 Latvis, Maribeth 46002, 46003 Laushman, Roger H 15003 Lawrence, Travis Joseph PPY002 Leandro, Thales 45007 Leavitt, Steven D. 8004 Lee, Byoung-Yoon PPG002 Lee, Hye Ji 45014 Lee, Michelle PBG004 Lee, Sangryong 30002 Lee, Shih-Chien 20002 Leebens-Mack, Jim 2010, 19002, 19010, 20004, 38003, 38013, 38015 Leeds, Blake 39012 Legler, Ben 47003 Leitch, Ilia J. 10010 Lekson, Victoria PPD001 Lemmon, Alan 38002 Lemmon, Alan R. 1004, 1010, 1011, 31002, PSY038 Lemmon, Emily 1004, 31002 Lens, Frederic 29010, C3006 Leo, Karena PSY040 Leslie, Andrew 28001, 30011, 42003, 42006 Levin, Rachel 19006, 38005 Lewis, Emily Marie 27010 Lewis, Lily R. C2005, C4010, PBR004 Lewis, Louise 10009 Lewis, Paul 1004 Lexer, Christian 44005 Li, Chunqi 45013 Li, De-Zhu 10001, 40002 Li, Fay-Wei 16002, C4015, C4016, C4017 Li, Feng-Min 14010 Li, Jianhua 31014, 45013, PSY038 Li, Pan 44006, PPG012, PSY044 Liang, Zongsuo PPG012 Liao, Hui-Ling C4008 Lieffers, Victor PEP007 Lim, Aedric 2005 Lim, Gwynne S 45012 Limbird, Eric PEC026 Lin, Qianshi 1013, SY03008 Lin, Tesia PTE007 Lindo, Julieta 16009 Lindsay, Denise PPG004 Link-Perez, Melanie 18007, PPD002, PTE005 Lintilhac, Philip 29001 Linton, Debra L. 33001, PTE004 Liston, Aaron 1009, 31007, 38007, 38010, PPG013, WS01001


Litt, Amy 2006, 2007, 10014, 49002, 50004, PEV001, PGP010 Little, Damon PSY046 Little, R John 36012 Little, Stefan Allan 2001 Liu, Hong PSB008 Liu, Ruizheng PPG012 Liu, Shih-Hui PPY004 Liu, Sitong PSY047 Liu, Xiang 49003, SY05008 Liu, Xiaoxian 19012 Liu, Xiaoyan 5011 Liu, Xin C4015 Liu, Yang C4005, C4007, C4010, PBR001 Livshultz, Tatyana 10003, PGP009 Loayza, Andrea 35006, PEP011 Lobo, Alejandra PSY011 Lockhart, Samuel PSY012 Locklear, Jared PPB005 Lohmann, Lucia G 17011 Loke, Elena 15003, PSY002 Long, James PEC013 Looy, Cindy V. SY11SUM Lopez-Portillo, Jorge 9001, SY10002, SY10004, SY10006 Loraine, Ann PGP002 Louis, Joe SY07004 Loureiro, Joao 21016, PSY020 Love, Kevin 47005 Lowe, Phillip D. 47011, PSY003 Lowry Ii, Porter P. 46013 Lu, Lu 10001 Lu, Pei-Luen 20002 Lu-Irving, Patricia C2010 Lucardi, Rima PCB014 Lucas, Eve 12002 Luceño, Modesto 37014, C2007 Ludwig, Thomas PPD002 Luftman, Nathan PEC015 Lumbsch, H. Thorsten 8004 Lundberg, Magnus 50008 Luo, Yan PGP001, PGP002, PGP003 Lutz, Sue PSY021 Lutzoni, Francois 10009, C4008 Lyon, Stephanie 37001 Lytle, Erika S PSY016

M M.R., Steven 11013 Ma, Qin PGP006, SY05008 Mabry, Makenzie C2006 Macon, Jenna 2007 Maddaus, Peter 43001 Madden, Julie PEC034

Madhugiri, Nageswara-Rao 38014 Madrigal, Jazmí­n R. 1014 Madriñán, Santiago SY06009 Madsen, Tom SY04004 Magallón, Susana 1010, 1011, 10009, 10014 Maguiña, Rossana PEC003 Mahadwar, Gouri PPY001 Maheepala, Dinusha C. 2006, 2007, PEV001 Maisey, John PPB001 Major, Catherine Kendall 39013 Majure, Lucas 45006, PSY018, PSY019 Majure, Lucas C. 6001, 6005, 30003 Maki, Masayuki 30002, 50002 Malley, Claire 38004 Malmberg, Russell 35003, PEC017 Malone, Amanda PBR005 Manchester, Steven 5008, 23013, 28011, C3005 Manchester, Steven R C3007 Mandel, Jennifer R 19011, 21010, 22004, 39013, SY04002, WS14001 Mandujano, Viridiana PPD003 Manley, Michael PTE002 Manos, Paul 50007 Mansaray, Janet PDS006 Mansfield, Donald H. 46012 Mao, Yunrui PBG009 Marchant, Blaine 6002, C4014 Mardonovich, Sandra 39011 Marhold, Karol PSY037 Marias, Danielle PEP004 Maricle, Brian 3004, 3010, 11003, PEC007, PEP006 Marisco, Travis PCB014 Mark, Kristiina 8004 Marques, Edward PDS003 Marques, Isabel 1013 Marsico, Travis D. 33004, PTE004 Martin, Michael D. 1014, PPG006, SY04008, SY04SUM Martin, Nicole 3004, 3010 Martine, Chris 31012, 39007, PEC009, PEC015, PEC016, PEC018, PHB002, PSY041, PSY052, SY01008, SY07006 Martinez Sancho, Elisabet PEP007 Martinod, Kylie C1011 Martí­n-Bravo, Santiago C2007 Martí­nez-Gordillo, Martha 1010 Marx, Hannah 31006 Masalia, Rishi R. 19005 Masao, Catherine Aloyce 30005 Mason-Gamer, Roberta J. 45011 Mast, Austin 26001, 47005, 47006 Mathew, Febina PGP006 -164-

Mathews, Sarah 30011 Matsunaga, Kelly 5008 Matthews, Elizabeth PEC010 Matzke, Nicholas J 30001 Mavencamp, Chelsea N PEN004 Mavrodiev, Evgeny 27011, PSY045 Mayer, Juliana PME001 Mayfield, Mark H. PPG010 Mazer, Susan J PEC019 McAllister, Chrissy 16004 McCarthy, Elizabeth 50004 McCauley, Ross A 37005, PPL008 McClain, Katherine PEC020 McClanahan, Gina 43001 McCulloh, Katherine PEP004 McCune, Bruce 8001 McDade, Lucinda 17003, 17010, 31005 McDaniel, James 20003, 37001 McDaniel, Stuart F. 19007, 32001, 39006, C4001 McDonnell, Angela Jean 12013, 12014, 38010, WS15001 McElroy, J. Scott 19015 McEwan, Ryan 15004 McGill, David 15001 McGlynn, Shawn E. SY11009 McGuigan, Ashley 24003 McGuire, Mary Anne SY02004 McKain, Michael 2011, 16004, 20004, 38015, 45010, PPY009 McLetchie, Nicholas 39014 McManus, Brittany PPB002 McManus, Hilary A C4002 McNair, Daniel 28010 McNeal, Joel R. 19003, PPG015 McPherson, Hannah 1012 McShea, William C1009, C1013 McVay, John 50007 Medeiros, Ian 6004 Medina, Miles 18008 Medina, Rafael C4007, PBR001 Medrano, Esther PEP002 Meerow, Alan W. 20009 Meinzer, Frederick PEP004 Melton, Anthony 40007, PPY006 Mena, Nicolas PEP013 Mena-Ali, Jorge SY07002 Menges, Eric S. 25005 Menzel, Annette PEP007 Merced, Amelia 32002 Merckx, Vincent 1013 Merritt, Benjamin PEC021 Mescher, Mark SY07002 Meulia, Tea 29011, PEP005 Meyer, Rachel 11001, WS10001 Meyer-Berthaud, Brigitte SY11002 Michaels, Helen J. PPL009, PSB007 Michelangeli, Fabian PSY034


Michener, Pryce 16013, 38001 Mickle, James E PDS005, PPB005 Mickley, James 11005, 36006 Millard, Avery PPS003 Miller, Allison PEN003 Miller, Brittney 8002 Miller, Gary 15001 Miller, Lindsey PSY015 Miller, Matthew 18001 Miller, Thomas E. PGP002 Miller-Struttmann, Nicole SY08003 Millette, Katelyn 8008 Mincey, Katherine PEC032, PPY006 Mindell, Randal A. 28005 Minnaert-Grote, Jamie PRP002 Miranda-Perez, Adan SY07007 Mishler, Brent D. 6001, 30012, 30013, SY04004 Mitchell, Nora 1004, 14002 Mitchell, Randall 36002 Mocko, Kerri 3005, 14003 Moein, Fatemeh PSY045 Mohn, Rebekah PPG007 Molano-Flores, Brenda PRP002 Molgo, Iwan 21013 Molnar, Steve 27004 Monfils, Anna K 33001, PTE004, WS11001 Monro, Alex 37004 Montgomery, Benjamin R PPL010 Montgomery, Sean PBR002 Moody, Michael PSB004 Moonlight, Peter 41014 Moore, Abigail 16010 Moore, Abigail J 27007 Moore, Jaime A. 32008 Moore, Michael 3014, 16012, 21005, 27008, 27010, 30004, 38005, 46009, PEP012, PSY002, PSY022, WS12001 Moore, Richard C. 36011, 39011, 39012 Moore, Timothy 14003, 14007 Morales, Frida 3001 Morawetz, Jeffery 46001 Moreno, Alejandra PSY013 Moreno-Letelier, Alejandra 1010 Moreton, Steven PTE002 Morgan, David R. 32006 Morgan, Eric C 22001 Moriarty Lemmon, Emily 1010, 1011, 38002, PSY038 Morris, Ashley 47002 Morris, Ashley B. PTE004 Morris, Hugh 29009, SY09007 Morrison, Janet C1004, PBG008, PEC010, PEC025, PEC033

Mortensen, David C1002 Mortimer, Sebastian 20014 Morueta-Holme, Naia SY04004 Mota, Juan Francisco P. PSY037 Moura, Yohans PME001 Mower, Jeff 19014 Mower, Jeffrey PGP008 Moyle, Leonie SY06008 Muchhala, Nathan C. 1002, PEC003 Mugizi, Tusiime Felly 30005 Muhyi, Noor R. 38014 Muller, Clare 3014, PEP012 Muller, Gregory 28011 Mumich, Mary Margaret PHS001 Mundy, John 1014 Muniz, Paige 36009 Murphy, Daniel 17009, 37012 Murray, Greg 45013 Murrell, Zack E. 47013, PPG014 Musselman, Lytton 21003 Mutka, Andrew PSB002 Muwanika, Vincent 30005

N N.J., Ricks 11013 Naczi, Robert 45006, PSY018, PSY019, PSY025, PSY035 Nadot, Sophie 10005 Nagalingum, Nathalie S. 7011 Naikatini, Alivereti 24003 Najjar, Ramond, Jr. SY10007, SY10008 Nakamatsu, Nicole PPD001 Napier-Jameson, Rebekah PTE002 Naranjo, Andre PBG001 Narbona, Eduardo 37007, PEC023 Narechania, Apurva C4003 Natesanpayer, Nadimuthu 40014 Nathaniel, Pinson PEC030 Naumann, Julia 19013 Neale, Jennifer Ramp 48004 Negron-Ortiz, Vivian 48008 Nejadsattari, Taher 40013 Nelsen, Matthew P. 8004 Nelson, Chris W. 5012 Nelson, Gil 26001 Nelson, Randall L. PGP003 Nelson, Sarah 3001 Nemomissa, Sileshi 30005 Nepal, Madhav P. 18001, 19009, PGP006, PPY008, PTE006, PTE011 Neubig, Kurt Maximillian 6001, 6005, 30003, 41004, 45006, PSY018, PSY019, PSY025, PSY026, PSY027, PSY035 -165-

Neupane, Suman 21014 Neupane, Surendra 19009, PGP006, PPY008 Ng, Julienne 10004, PEC030, PML001, PML002 Ng, Molly PEC036 Nicholas, Ashley PML006 Nickrent, Daniel L 41004 Nicolas, Devos C4005 Nielsen, Tora 50005 Niki, Teruo 29007 Niklas, Karl 29005 Nikolov, Lachezar Atanasov 2013, SY05002 Nixon, Kevin 18005, 23010, 28002, 28012, SY03009 Nnamani, Catherine V PCB001 Noble, McKayla 10006 Nodza, George 30006 Norcross, Lindsay 18007 Norris, David PDS001 Nosratinia, Sonia SY04004 Nourmohammadi, Zahra 40003 Nowruzi, Bahareh 40013, PPC001 Noyola-Alonso, Karina PPD003 Nucci, Mary L. PEN005 Nunez-Farfan, Juan SY07007 Nuzzo, Victoria C1001, C1012 Nylinder, Stephan 29010

O O'Brien, George 18008 O'Connell, Megan 36013 O'Connor, Sarah 17012 O'Keefe, Casey PPB002 O'Meara, Brian C. 10012, 10014 Obata, Shihori 16006, 16009 Ober, Dietrich 10003 Ochoterena, Helga 30004, 46009, PSY002, PSY022 Odenkirchen, Ed PEC002 Ogbogo, Ikechukwu. B PCB001 Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin 30006, 49006 Oh, Sang-Hun 30010 Okpoma, Marian M. 49006 Oladipo, Olaniran Temitope 13005, PSY031 Oldham, Karoline 39005 Olga, Kopp PEN001 Olivares, Carlos PTE007 Oliveira, Renata S. 20009 Olmedo, Camilia PHB001 Olmstead, Richard G 17011, 30001, 30009, 47003, C2010, C3008 Olsen, Morten Tange PPG006 Olukoya, Busayo 3011


Olšavská, Katarí­na PSY037 Omoregie, Gloria PEC012 Opferman, Carol PSY043 Orozco, Jessica 21009 Ortega, Stefan PPS005 Ortega-Rodriguez, Sealtiel 38014 Ortiz Ballesteros, Pedro L. 44002 Ortiz, Edgardo M. 31010, PSY033 Ortiz-Herrera, Maria Angeles PBG003, PDS002 Osborne, Colin 28013 Oshiro, Juliet 14008 Ostria-Gallardo, Enrique S6001 Ottesen, Andrea C1013 Overson, Rick 19006, 21005, 36008, 38005, SY07008

P Paasch, Amber C4003 Paasch, Amber E. 39006 Pace, Matthew Charles 20006, 37011, 44006, 47007 Padgett, Jessica PCB002, PCB003 Pais, Andrew 16006 Pais, Andrew Label 44001 Palagi, Jason PPG001 Palmer, Jeffrey D. 19013 Palmeri, Gabriella 3001, PEP003 Pan, Ching- Wen PPG003 Pandey, Vashist 13004 Panero, Jose 46008 Papahadjopoulos-Sternberg, Brigitte 3002 Paris, Nathan J. PCB004, PCB005 Park, Brian 16005 Park, Chong-Wook PSY010, PSY023 Park, Daniel S. 6007 Park, Ji-Hyun SY09004 Park, Jin Hee PSY023 Park, Michael S C2012 Parks, Matthew 1007 Pasiche Lisboa, Carlos Jose 32003 Pasquet, Remy 16004 Patel, Nikisha Rashmi 31011 Pattillo, Meryom 8011 Paul, Deborah 26001, 47004 Payton, Adam C. 19007, 39006 Pearson, Katelin D 26001 Pease, James SY06008, WS12001 Peck, Chuck PEC002 Peet, Robert 16006 Pell, Susan D1001 Peng, Ju 10001 Pepper, Alan E. 40011, 40012, PML007 Peredo, Elena L 19004 Pereira, Joan T. 31009

Perez, Leticia PGP004 Perez, Miguel Anton 2013 Perez, Pedro PPL007 Perkins, Andy 11007 Perrie, Leon 7011 Perry, Brian A. 24003 Persinger, Jessica PEC030 Petersen, Gitte 1014 Peterson, Paul M. 45004, 45005 Peña, Mara 35006 Pfeiler, Kelly C. 5001 Philips, Robert W PEC008 Phillips, Molly 33001 Phillips, Nathan PEC026 Pierce, Emily 3001 Piercey-Normore, Michele 32003 Pierpont, Christopher Logan 11010, PGN001 Pigg, Kathleen B 28006, 33005 Pilote, Alex PEP010, PTE010 Pilson, Diana 40009 Pimenova, Elena 50002 Pinson, Jerald 7002 Pires, Joseph Chris 11011, 20004, 27002, 27003, 35004, 38012, PPY010 Pistrang, Mark 3012 Pitt, Mackenzie PEN005 Pittenger, Madison PEC007 Pittermann, Jarmila 3013, PPD001, SY11007 Plavcová, Lenka 29009 Plunkett, Gregory M. 24003, 46012, 46013 Podniesinski, Greg 8003 Poinar, George O. 7008, 17001 Poindexter, Derick PSY035 Pokorny, Lisa 10010, 16008 Poland, Jesse 11003 Pope, Nathaniel 36013 Popp, Magnus 30005 Possley, Jennifer 40005 Potter, Benjamin 43006 Potts, Stephen 14008 Poulos, Helen Mills 9001, 9002, SY10002, SY10006 Powell, Adrian 1003, 27005, 35002 Prather, L. Alan 30014 Pratt, R. Brandon SY09008 Pretz, Chelsea PSB002 Price, Taylor PEC024 Primer, Samantha PRP002 Proctor, Niels WS06001 Pryer, Kathleen 7003, 7004, 16002, C4015, C4016 Puente, Caroline 12012, 13001 Putney, Katie 35005 Puzey, Joshua PPS001 -166-

Q Qi, Xinshuai 27002, 27003 Qi, Zhechen PPG012 Qin, Xiao-Liang 14010 Qiu, Yin-Long PSB003 Qiu, Yingxiong PBG009 Quandt, Dietmar 10009 Quedensley, Taylor Sultan 32007, 32008 Quintanar Sanchez, Alejandro 45004

R Rada, Fermin SY06003 Rafael, Medina C4005 Rafferty, Nicole SY08004 Ragone, Diane 13002 Ragsac, Audrey 17011 Raguso, Robert 31009 Raguso, Robert A. 38005 Rahajoe, Joeni 12002 Rahiminejad, Mohammad Reza PSY045 Rahm, Joseph PDS003 Rahmatpour, Nasim 32004 Rajakaruna, Nishanata 6004 Rajewski, Alex 2006 Ramachandran, Padmini C1013 Ramage, Elizabeth 12010, PPY007 Ramirez-Bullon, Natali 48008 Ramirez-Cadavid, David A. PEP005 Ramsey, Adam Joseph 19011, 22004 Ranathunge, Chathurani 11007 Randlane, Tiina 8004 Randle, Christopher 46001 Ranker, Tom A. 24003 Rath, Mary M. PTE013 Ravelo, Andrea V 35004 Raven, Peter H. PPY004 Ravirajan, Mangaiyarkarasi 40014 Ray, Avid 12002 Ray, Dustin 29004 Ray, Jeremy 19002 Ray, Jessica PTE007 Ray, Rajasri 12002 Raymond, Gregory 3012 Rebecca, Bart PSB002 Ree, Richard 40002 Reed, Elizabeth C1013 Reeds, Karen PHS001 Reese, R. Neil 19009, PGP006, PPY008 Reese, Shaquetta PEP003 Rehman, Tiana F. 47012, PSY008 Reid, Robert PGP002


Rencher, Benjamin PEP013 Renzaglia, Karen 32002 Revanna, Chandini PEN002 Reveal, James L 41005 Reyes, Elisabeth 10005 Reynolds, Alex 24001 Riccardi, Greg 26001, 47006 Richardson, James E. 12005 Ricigliano, Vincent 2005, PEV007 Riekert, Brandy PPG015 Rios, Rodrigo 35006 Roalson, Eric H 12009 Robart, Bruce W. PSY043 Robbins, M.D. 11013 Robert Eaton, Deren Alexander 16005 Robert, Raguso 19006, 36008, PEC017, SY07008 Robertson, Daniel Jordan 9004, 9005, 29006, D3001 Robertson, Larry 11011 Robinson, Ashlee D. PSY003 Roche, Morgan 39007, SY07006 Rock, Janet C1005 Roddy, Adam SY11006 Rodgers, Vikki L PEC001 Rodriguez, Maria Fabiola 36013 Rodriguez, Rachel PTE007 Rodriguez, Roseana 27011 Rodriguez-Pena, Rosa A. 11013, PEC029 Rogers, Willie 35003 Romaschenko, Konstantin 45004, 45005 Rominger, Kody PEC038 Roque, Nรกdia 46010 Rork, Adam PEC006, PPL002, PPL005 Rose, Jeff 12003, 31003 Rose, Jeffrey 44006 Rosenwasser, Amy PTE003 Rossetto, Maurizio 1012 Rothfels, Carl 7004, 7009, 16002, SY03008 Rothwell, Gar W 5006, 23012, 28003, SY03001, SY03004, SY03005, SY03SUM Rowe, Pamela S. PEC017 Rowland, Steven S6001 Rozefelds, Andrew 28009 Rozzi, Ricardo C2005, C4010, PBR004 Ruck, Elizabeth 1007 Ruess, Holly 46011

Ruffley, Megan 37009 Ruhfel, Brad R 31012, PTE004 Ruhland, Christopher PEP001 Runyon, Justin SY08006 Russell, Scott D. 49001 Ryberg, Patricia Elizabeth 23005 Rybicki, Nancy PCB012

S Saadeh, Constantine PEN002 Saag, Andres 8004 Saag, Lauri 8004 Saarela, Jeffery M. 45004 Sack, Lawren 3003 Sadle, Jimi 32009 Saeidi, Saman 16004 Saghatelyan, Anna 43002 Saito, Susumu 29007 Sakai, Ann WS11001 Sakai, Ann K. 36003 Sakpere, Ayobola Moninuola 3011 Salas, Andrea 6009 Salazar, Gerardo A. 1010, 1011, 13001 Salgueiro, Francisco Javier PDS002 Salmerรณn-Sรกnchez, Estaban PSY037 Salvi, Amanda M 29003 Samanfar, Bahram 27004 Samaniego, Jose A. PPG006 Sanchez, Vivianna PML002 Sancho, Ernesto Sanz 41009 Sancho, Gisela 46010 Sankula, Sujatha PEC002 Santiago, Mercedes PPG010 Santos, Alonso 36013 Sapkota, Jhapendra PSB005 Sass, Chodon 1005 Sathyanarayana, N. 19001 Satjarak, Anchittha C4004 Sauer, Kaitlyn 3001, PPD001 Saunders, Kelsey C2009 Sauquet, Herve 1012, 2001, 10005 Sawa, Fatima B.J. 6011, 20010 Scatena, Vera 45007 Schafran, Peter 1006, 3007, 21003, 25004, 42007, PDS007 Schenk, H. Jochen 3002, SY09007, SY09SUM Schenk, John J. 10002, 10006, C2009, PEC013, PSY007 Scherer, Brendan PBG006 Schiele, Sandra SY09007 Schilling, Edward 37003, 46008, PBG002 Schlichting, Carl 11005, 14003, 36006 Schluepmann, Henriette C4015 Schmutz, Jeremy 19007 -167-

Schneider, Adam SY04007 Schneider, Harald 7012 Schneider, Jessica PPL006 Schoenenberger, Juerg 10005 Schoenrock, Andrew 27004 Scholtens, Brian 26007 Schori, Melanie C3002, C3003, C3SUM Schorr, Anna PPB002 Schroyer, Tina PML003 Schuette, Scott 8003, 17012 Schuettpelz, Eric 7009, 7012, C4012, C4013 Schulte, Paul J PEP009 Schuster, Tanja M 41005 Schwabe, Anna L. 48004 Schwallier, Rachel M. 29010 Schwendemann, Andrew Benjamin 23004 Schwoch, Jaime A 11006 Scoffoni, Christine 3003 Seago, James L 29012 Sears, Nicole L PSY048 Seberg, Ole 1014 Sedaghatpour, Maryam 39005 Sederoff, Ronald R. SY02002 Sedlacek, Janosch 44005 Segovia, Claudia PHB001, SY06002, SY06SUM Senalik, Douglas 21007, 46011 Sengupta, Aniket 34002 Senske, Ashly PPB002 Seo, Yeon Ok PEC005 Serbet, Rudolph 23006, 23008, 28003 Sessa, Emily Butler 7001, 7002, 16013, 38001, 40005, C4001, C4014 Shan, Shengchen PGP005 Shanks, Kevin PPS005 Shannon, Olivia PPL005 Sharber, Wyatt 12006 Shari, Ellis 47004 Sharon, Strauss 40011 Shaw, A Jonathan 38004, C4005, C4006, C4011 Shaw, Joey 47002, PSY030 Sheidaei, Masoud 40003 Shen, Chao PPG012 Shepherd, Kelly A. 16013, 38001, 46006, PEV007, PSY051 Sherman-Broyles, Sue 1003, 35002 Sherratt, Emma 45009 Shetty, Prateek 19001 Shi, Gongle 28001 Shipley, Emily PPL002 Shipunov, Alexey 45014 Shirley, Rhea PRP002 Shivakumar, Vikram PPY003


Sidoti, Brian 45001, PPG009 Sieder, Anton 29010 Sifford, Mason PSY013 Sigel, Erin C4013, C4SUM Sigmon, Brandi PGP008 Silman, Miles SY06008 Simenc, Mathew C4015 Simon, Philipp 21007, 46011 Simpson, Andrew G. 37010 Simpson, Beryl 21001, 31010, PSY033 Simpson, Michael 21011, C2001, C2006, C2SUM Šingliarová, Barbora PSY037 Sinha, Neelima S6001 Sinn, Brandon T. 16001 Skaer Thomason, Meghan J. 22002 Skogen, Krissa 19006, 21005, 27010, 31009, 36008, 38005, PEC006, SY07008 Slager, David C2010 Slate, Mandy 8007 Smart, Cera 3004 Smedmark, Jenny E. E. 50008 Smets, Erik 12002, 40001, PTE012 Smith, Adam PEC028 Smith, Drew 18014 Smith, James F 46012 Smith, Jessica PPS003 Smith, Matthew 32001 Smith, Robert J 8001 Smith, Selena 5008, 18011, 29003, PEC036, S7001 Smith, Stacey D. 10014, 30001, 50004 Smith, Stephen 10014, 12001, 16012, 27008, 41006, SY06008, WS12001 Smithwick, Erica C1002 Snow, Neil 12002, PSY005 Soh, Wuu Kuang 12002 Soltis, Douglas 2003, 6001, 6005, 17012, 20009, 21013, 31014, 38006, 38011, 40007, 41001, 41002, 41006, PGP005, PSY001, PSY045 Soltis, Douglas E 6002, 6003, 12001, 27011, C4014 Soltis, Douglas E. 19012, C3002, C3005 Soltis, Pamela S. 19012, 38006, C3002, C3005, PSY001 Soltis, Pamela  s. 2003, 6001, 6002, 6003, 6005, 12001, 17012, 20009, 21013, 27011, 31014, 38011, 40007, 41002, 41006, C4014, PBG001, PGP005, PSY045, SY01009, WS03001

Song, Bao-Hua PGP001, PGP002, PGP003 Song, Gwanpil PEC005 Song, Qijian PGP003 Soper Gorden, Nicole L 43001 Soreng, Robert J. 45004 Soriano, Carmen 28011 Sosa, Edgar 46012 Sosa, Karla 7003 Soza, Valerie Lynn 12010, PPY007 Spalink, Daniel 21015, 37001, 43004, 44006 Španiel, Stanislav PSY037 Specht, Chelsea 18011, PEC036 Speranskaya, Anna S. PSY050 Spicer, Rachel SY09002 Spigler, Rachel 36004 Spoelhof, Jonathan 27011 Spooner, David 21007, 46011 Spriggs, Elizabeth L. 16005 Squeo, Francisco 35006, PEP011 Srivastava, Rashmi 23013 St Amand, Paul 11003 St Clair, Larry L 8005 Stadelmann, Karoline PSY009 Stammer, Theodore J 10011 Stark, Lloyd R 8007 Starr, Julian 37014 Starr, Julian R. C2007 Steger, Laura 11004 Stein Jr, William E SY03003 Stenz, Noah 16003 Stephens, Jessica 35003, PEC017, PTE001 Stephenson, Andrew G SY07002 Steppe, Kathy SY02004, SY09003 Stevens, McKayla 46012 Stevens, Peter 10014 Stevenson, Dennis Wm SY03002, SY03SUM Stevenson, Dennis Wm. 28004 Stewart, Chad M. C1009 Stewart, J. Ryan PEP013, PPG011 Stickann, Zachary PCB007 Stieha, Christopher 39014 Stinson, Kristina 22005 Stockey, Ruth A 5006, 23012, 28005 Stone, Benjamin W. 39002 Stone, Heather 11009 Stonehouse, Gavin PSY019 Stoughton, Thomas 21012 Strahl, Maya PEV001 Straub, Shannon C.K. 38007, 38010, PGP009, WS01001 Striano, Elizabeth PCB012 Strijk, Joeri 12002 Stromberg, Caroline A. E. 28013, PPB002 Strother, Paul 23001 -168-

Strunk, Melissa 46002 Struwe, Lena 17001, 42001, PEN005, PHS001, PTE007 Stubbs, Rebecca 41001 Stull, Greg C3006 Stull, Gregory W. C3002, C3005, C3007, C3SUM Stults, Debra 28010 Su, Huei-Jiun 41004 Sublett, Jacob PSB007 Sukhorukov, Alexander P. PSY050 Sullivan, Jack 37009 Sullivan, Melissa 10002 Sumail, Sukaibin 29010 Sun, Alexandria PTE007 Sun, Mei 50003 Sun, Miao 12001, 41006 Sunarti, Siti 12002 Sundaresan, V. 49001 Sundberg, Marshall WS08001 Sundue, Michael A 7008, 10013 Surveswaran, Siddharthan 50003 Sutherland, Brittany 44004 Svoboda, Harlan 41007 Swanson, Brad PBG005 Swift, Joel PPG004, PPG007 Syme, Anna PSY036 Sytsma, Ken 12003, 21015, 31003, 43004, 43005, 44006, C2003 Särkinen, Tiina 30001

T Takagi, Yuta 15003 Takahashi, Masamichi 28001 Talavera, Salvador PBG003 Talcott, Anna 26004 Talent, Nadia 41013, PSY029 Tangerini, Alice WS20001 Tank, David C. 17014, 31006, 37009, 46002, 46003, C2002, C3008, SY06007, SY07006 Taran, Aleksandr 50002 Tardanico, Joseph P 15007 Tarnowsky, Nicole 34005 Tarullo, Cara PSY001 Tary, Anna 18012, PTE009 Tavares, Daniela 21016 Taylor, Alexander PSB003 Taylor, Edith L 23006, 23008 Taylor, Mackenzie L. D2001, PDS004 Taylor, Mariah 3001 Taylor, Thomas N 23002, 23006, 23008 Taylor, W. Carl 1006, 21003 Taylor, Witt 18012, PTE009 Taylor-Bennetts, Stacy PCB002, PCB003


Teisher, Jordan 45010 Tepe, Eric J PSY015 Terrab, Anass PBG003 Teskey, Robert SY02004 Testo, Weston 10013 Thacker, James Heath 48005 Thackurdeen, R. Sean 24003 Thapa, Ramhari 21010 Tharpe, Emily 17012 Thayer, Rachel 2012 Theiss, Kathryn 11012, WS09001 Theiss, Kathryn E PSY016 Thiele, Kevin 1001 Thiers, Barbara 47004 Thigpen, Chris PTE013 Thilges, Katherine 42004 Thomas, Suzanne 19004 Thompson, Coleen PSY042 Thompson, Pam 40010, PML003 Thompson, Veronica 2005 Thorhaug, Anitra 9001, 9002, SY10001, SY10002, SY10006, SY10008 Thornhill, Andrew 30012, 30013, SY04004 Thum, Ryan PCB012 Tian, Yuan PSY042 Ticktin, Tamara 24003 Tiehm, Arnold 12015 Tiley, Helene 46009 Timilsena, Prakash Raj 38013 Tippery, Nicholas P PSY048 Tixier, Aude 3006 Todorov, Toma PEN001 Toledo, Selin 5002 Tomaszewski, Caitlin E SY05007 Tomescu, Alexandru 5001, 5002, 5003, 5004, 5010, SY03004, SY03005 Tong, Jingjing PEV006 Toski, Daniel PEC035 Trainer, Patricia A 15007 Traiperm, Paweena 16004 Tratebas, Alice M 8005 Trauth-Nare, Amy PSY025 Traveset, Anna S3001 Travnicek, Pavel 30005 Trembath-Reichert, Elizabeth SY11009 Trevino, Laurel 36013 Tripp, Erin A 11009, PBR005 Trotta, Lauren 40005 Truelove, Nathan K. 40006 Tseng, Yu-Hsin 37004 Tsiantis, Miltos 2013 Tuiwawa, Marika 24003

Tulig, Melissa 47009 Tunison, Robert 20014, PEC031 Tuominen, L.K. PEC004, SY02005, SY02SUM, WS09001 Twanabasu, Bishnu PSB005 Twyford, Alex 12010 Tyrrell, Christopher D 44007 Tzivion, Amit PPS004 Tíµrra, Tiiu 8004

Villaverde, Tamara 37014, C2007 Viruel, Juan PDS002 Visger, Clayton 41002 Vitt, Dale 8010 Vitt, Pati 26007, SY08008 Voloch, Carolina PGP010 Von Balthazar, Maria 10005 Von Konrat, Matt C4001 Von Wettberg, Eric 38009, PDS003

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Ulrey, Chris PPG014 Ungar, Irwin A PPG005 Uno, Gordon S9001, SY01002, WS08001 Unruh, Sarah 20004 Urban, Adam 3004 Uribe-Convers, Simon 1002, SY06002, SY06007, SY06SUM Utteridge, Timothy M. 10010, C3005

Wadl, Phillip 44001 Wafula, Eric K. 19013, 38013 Wagner, Warren L. 38005 Wahe, Jean-Pascal 24003 Waight, Emiko PSY042 Walck, Jeffrey 25003, PEC026 Walder, Morgan PCB013 Wales, Nathan 1014, SY04008 Walker, Joseph 16012, WS12001 Wallace, Lisa 35001, PSY017 Waller, Don 21015, 44006, C1006 Walsh, Seana PEC016 Walter, Lauren PGP009 Wang, Hong 10001, 40002 Wang, Jack P. SY02002 Wang, Ruihong PSY044 Wang, Yihan PBG009 Wang, Yongdong 5011 Ward, Alex PCB008 Ward, Jake PSB005 Warner, Monica 11012 Warschefsky, Emily 38009 Waselkov, Katherine PPG008, PPG010 Washburn, George 10002 Washburn, Jacob 38012, PPY010 Watkins, James E. PEP008, SY11007, SY11008 Wear, Donna 48001 Weaver, William 10004, PEC030 Weber, Jennifer 42005, PEC027 Weber-Sauer, Melanie PPL008 Webster, Christopher C1005 Weekley, Carl W. 25005 Weeks, Andrea 23010, 30007, 39005 Wefferling, Keir 21016 Wei, Jing 35002 Wei, Yi-Gang 37004 Weiner, Jacob 14010 Weisenberger, Lauren 36003 Weiss, Amy 34005 Weitemier, Kevin 31007, 38010 Weitzel, Alexander PGP007 Welch, Aaron PCB009 Welch, Mark 11007 Welker, Cassiano 16004

V Vaidya, Brajesh PCB010 Valls, Rebecca PDS003 Van Der Berg, Cassio 1011 Van Der Merwe, Marlien 1012 Van Heuven, Bertie Joan 29010 Van Vugt, Rogier 29010 Van Zant, Jeffrey 26004 Vandenbrink, Joshua 9003, PDS008, PPS004 Vanee, Benjamin 12003 Varenhorst, Adam PGP006 Vargas, Dominique PHB001 Vargas, Oscar M 21001 Varma Penmetsa, Ramachandra PDS003 Varvel, Nicholas A PEP006 Vasquez Lobo, Alejandra PPY005 Vatanparast, Mohammad 1003, 19001 Vaughn, Mitchell PBG008 Veloz, Mitsy PEN002 Verboom, G. Anothony 14007 Verdolin, Jennifer SY01004 Viccini, Lyderson PME001 Vieira, Filipe J. G. SY04008 Vignovich, William PSY019 Villanueva, Antonio PEP013

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Weller, Stephen G 36003 Wells, Jennifer PEC033 Wen, Jun 41003, PSY021 Wen-Chieh, Chou 2009 Wenzel, Aaron 17007, 39001, 39003, PCB008 Weston, David J C4006 Wethey, David 43003 Wettewa, Eranga PSY017 Wheeler, Elisabeth 23013 Wheeler, Gregory 11007 Wheeler, James SY11007 Wheeler, Julia 22005, 44005 Whelan, Kevin 48003 Whipple, Clinton 2012, 18010 White, Abbey 26005 White, Dawson 45011 Whitehurst, Lauren PCB014 Whitlock, Barbara A. 12005, 12006, 12015 Whittall, Justen Bryant 37007, C2011, C2SUM, PEC023, PTE008 Whittemore, Alan 41012 Whitten, W. Mark 6005, 45006, PSY018 Wickett, Norm 1007, 16008, 19006, 21005, 27001, 31009, 38004, 38005, C4005, C4007, C4011 Widodo, Pudji 12002 Wight, Spencer 46009 Wilczek, Amity SY11004 Wilden, Ana E. PDS004 Wilding, Nicholas C4007 Wilf, Peter 28004 Wilkinson-Lamb, Sara 18014, 26002 Will-Wolf, Susan 8004 Williams, Norris 30003, 32010, 37001 Wills, Peter PPY005 Willyard, Ann 1009, PPG013, PPY005, PSY011, PSY012, PSY013 Wilson, Adam PPL003 Wilson, Carol A 20007 Wilson, Hannah 10006

Wilson, Jonathan P. SY11009, SY11SUM Wilson, Mark PPL004, PPY009 Wilson, Peter 12002 Windham, Michael D. 7003, 7004 Wing, Scott L. 37010 Winkler, Daniel E. 39004 Winn, Alice A. 48008 Witherup, Colby 27001 Witsell, Theo PEC021 Wolfe, Andrea D. 11013, 17006, 17007, 39001, 39002, 39003, PCB008, PSY042, SY01005, SY01SUM Wondimu, Tigist 30005 Wong, Gane Ka-Shu 31014, 40007, C4015 Wong, Melissa J PEV008 Wong, Shan PSB008 Wood, James 6010, 8011 Wood, Kenneth PSY019 Woodruff, David PEP004 Woodruff, Emily D. 19007 Woods, Rechelle T. PSY003 Worcester, Lindsey 17002 Worthy, Samantha 24001, PCB014 Wurdack, Kenneth J. 12007 Wysocki, Bill 45009

X Xiang, Qiu-Yun (jenny) 16006, 16009, 31014, 44001, 49003, SY05008, SY05SUM Xie, Deyu 49003 Xu, Hengping 49001 Xu, Xiaogang 7010

Y Yadav, Sunita PEC021 Yan, Xue Qi 41013, PEC022 Yan-Fu, Kuo 2009 Yang, Ya 16012, 27008, WS12001 Yannarell, Anthony C. PEC011 Yatskievych, George A. 7003, PPG007

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Yazbek, Mariana M. 40004 Yen, Yang 19009 Youm, Jung-Won 30010 Young, Dirk PEC002 Young, Ian T. PML004 Younginger, Brett 35007 Yu, Chih Chieh 37006 Yu, Chih-Chieh PML005 Yu, Wen-Bin 40002 Yukawa, Tomohisa 20005

Z Zaborsky, John 44006 Zaika, Maxim A. PSY050 Zalapa, Juan S5001 Zamaloa, Maria C. 23011 Zarrei, Mehdi 41013 Zauner, Ranae PEN001 Zaya, David PRP002 Zerega, Nyree J.C. 13002, 31009 Zhan, Shing Hei SY03008 Zhang, Cong 14010 Zhang, Heng-You PGP002, PGP003 Zhang, Hui 19015 Zhang, Jingbo 2004, PEV003, PEV005, SY05003 Zhang, Li-Bing 7005, 7009, 7010 Zhang, Liang 7009 Zhang, Ming-Ying 10001 Zhang, Ning 41003 Zhang, Q 50008 Zhang, Wenheng 2004, PEV002, PEV003, PEV004, PEV005, SY05003, SY05SUM Zhigila, Daniel Andrawus 6011, 20010, 47001 Zhou, Xinmao 7005, 7009 Zhu, Chuanmei 2011 Zhu, Junyi 45013 Zhuang, Yongbin 11009 Zimmer, Carl S2001 Zimmer, Elizabeth 1006, 21003, 41003, PPG006, PPY003 Zimmerman, Charles J. 47009 Zimmerman, Ephraim 8003 Zinnert, Julie PEC024 Zomlefer, Wendy S4001 Zona, Scott 24002, 32009 Zozomová-Lihová, Judita PSY037 Zuluaga, Alejandro 37001 Zuluaga-Trochez, Alejandro 17005, 37013, 38002 Zumstein, Kristina S6001 Zumwalde, Bethany A 41010, 41011 Zuo, Yi Y. 3002 Zweck, Justin 36009 Zwieniecki, Maciej 29002


Mixers, Meetings and Special Events Saturday 5:30 PM

10:00 PM

M02 Botanical Society of America Board Meeting and Dinner................................TBA

Sunday 8:00 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:15 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 8:00 PM

9:00 AM 2:00 PM 10:00 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 10:00 PM

M04 BSA Investment Committee........................................................................... Gwinnett M03 ASPT Council Meeting............................................................................................... 201 M05 BSA Financial Advisory Committee............................................................ Gwinnett M06 BSA Public Policy Committee Meeting....................................................... Gwinnett M07 BSA International Affairs Committee..................................................................... 200 M09 Human Diversity in Botany Meeting...................................................................... 102 M08 BSA Technology Committee Meeting.................................................................... 200 M10 BSA Publications Committee Meeting........................................................ Gwinnett M12 BSA Council Meeting................................................................................................. 200 M13 Student Conference Assistants Orientation..............................Chatham Ballroom M14 BSA Development Committee Meeting...................................................... Gwinnett M36 American Fern Society Council Meeting............................................................... 102 M15 BSA Education Committee Meeting....................................................................... 201 M16 PLANTS Student and Mentor Orientation Meeting.................................. Tondee’s MX1 All Society Mixer..........................................................................................Exhibit Hall

Monday 7:00 AM 7:00 AM 7:00 AM 7:00 AM 7:00 AM 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 4:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

8:30 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM 9:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 8:30 PM 11:00 PM

M17 AJB Editor’s Breakfast................................................................................................TBA BR05 Cornell Botanists and Friends Breakfast..............................................................TBA BR06 President’s Breakfast Meeting and Discussion.................. Chatham Ballroom - A BR07 Michigan Consortium of Botanists Breakfast.............................................. Tondee’s BR08 Field Trip and Registration Continential Breakfast.....................River Concourse BR09 Spouse/Companion Breakfast.............................................. Chatham Ballroom - A M18 APPS Editorial Board Meeting & Luncheon................................................................. L1 California Botanists Brown Bag Luncheon........................................................ Tondee’s M19 Society of Herbarium Curators Executive Board Meeting....................... Gwinnett L2 Careers in Botany: Interactive Career Panel & Luncheon .. Chatham Ballroom - A L3 Physiological Section Meeting and Lunch.................................................................. 104 L4 American Fern Society Luncheon................................................................................. 106 M21 Economic Botany Business Meeting........................................................................ 101 R1 Paleo Mixer........................................................................ Georgia International Gallery M22 ABLS Executive Committee Meeting............................................................ Gwinnett R2 PlantingScience Reception.................................................................................... Tondee’s M23 Herbarium Curator’s Meeting...............................................Oglethrope Auditorium R3 Non-academic Botanical Career Panel Reception.................................................... 106 MX2 Student Social and Networking Event ...................................Moon River Brewery

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Mixers, Meetings and Special Events Tuesday 7:00 AM 7:00 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 2:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:45 PM 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 7:30 PM

8:00 AM 9:00 AM 11:30 AM 1:30 PM 3:15 PM 6:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:15 PM 6:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:00 PM

BR10 University of Connecticut Breakfast....................................................................... 106 BR11 Continential Breakfast........................................................................River Concourse M24 Tropical Biology Business Meeting........................................................................... 103 M25 BSA Teaching Section Business Meeting and Luncheon..................................... 101 M26 Historical Section Business Meeting......................................................................... 200 R4 Kaplan Reception..................................................................................................... Tondee’s M27 BSA Members Meeting...........................................................Oglethrope Auditorium M28 Ecology Section Business Meeting............................................................................ 105 M29 ASPT/Systematics Section Business Meeting......................................................... 200 R% Ohio State University Reception.........................................................................Tondees M30 Development and Structure Mixer and Business Meeting.................................. 106 MX3 ASPT Mixer................................................................... Georgia International Gallery BQ3 ABLS Dinner..........................................................................................The Charthouse BQ4 ASPT Banquet........................................................................... Chatham Ballroom - A

Wednesday 7:00 AM 7:00 AM 7:00 AM 7:00 AM 7:00 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 3:30 PM 4:00 PM 5:30 PM 5:45 PM 7:00 PM

8:00 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 9:00 AM 8:00 AM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:30 PM 6:45 PM 10:00 PM

BR12 Miami of Ohio Breakfast............................................................................................ 104 BR13 University of Wisconsin Breakfast........................................................................... 105 BR14 Botany 2017 Program Committee Breakfast......................................................... 106 BR15 Continental Breakfast.........................................................................River Concourse M31 Genetics Section Business Meeting and Breakfast..................................... Gwinnett L5 NSF Brown Bag Information Session............................................................................ 106 L6 PLANTS Luncheon................................................................................................. Tondee’s M32 BSA Development Committee Meeting.................................................................. 202 R5 Legacy Society Reception...................................................................................... Tondee’s M34 Paleobotanical Section Business Meeting................................................................ 202 M33 ABLS Business meeting............................................................................................... 105 R6 Celebrate! All Society Reception......................................................Chatham Ballroom

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Symposia, Colloquia and Special Lectures Sunday

7:30 PM 8:30 PM

S2 Plenary Address: Plants Are Weird: Epigenetics, Journalism, and the Alien Beauty of Botany by Dr. Carl Zimmer.................................................. Chatham Ballroom

Monday 8:00 AM 12:30 PM 8:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:30 PM 5:30 PM 1:30 PM 5:30 PM 1:30 PM 5:00 PM

SY01The Importance of Communicating Science......................Chatham Ballroom - B SY02 The Odum Legacy: Plant Systems Across Scales............ Chatham Ballroom - C S3 Annals of Botany Lecture - Anna Traveset.............................Oglethrope Auditorium C1 I nteractions of White-Tailed Deer and Invasive Plants in Forests of Eastern North America.............................................. Chatham Ballroom - C SY04 The Future of Herbarium Genetics and Genomics...........Chatham Ballroom - B SY03 Horsetails Through Form, Space, and Time....................Oglethrope Auditorium

Tuesday 8:00 AM 12:30 PM

SY06 Plant Research and Conservation on the Andes....................Chatham Ballroom - C

8:00 AM 12:00 PM SY05 Evolution, Development, and BSA Genetics of Floral Display Form, Size, and Arrangement................................................................ Chatham Ballroom - B 11:00 AM 12:00 PM S4 Regional Botany Special Lecture - Wendy Zomlefer & Linda Chafin .Oglethrope Auditorium 12:00 PM 1:30 PM S5 Enhancing Scientist Diversity in Plant Biology Luncheon - Juan Zalapa......................... Chatham Ballroom - A 1:30 PM 5:15 PM C2 Patterns and Processes of American Amphitropical Plant Disjunctions: New Insights . 204 1:30 PM 5:30 PM SY07 Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical . Tools and Modern Analytical Approaches......................................... Chatham Ballroom - B 1:30 PM 5:30 PM SY08.... Studying Plant Pollinator Interactions in Changing Environments: Approaches, Lessons and Future Directions..............................................................Chatham Ballroom - C 3:30 PM 4:30 PM S6 Kaplan Memorial Lecture - Neelima Sinha................................ Oglethrope Auditorium 5:00 PM 6:00 PM S9 Address of the BSA President-Elect - Gordon Uno.................. Oglethrope Auditorium

Wednesday 8:00 AM 12:00 PM

C3 Clarifying Early Euasterid Evolution: A Synthesis of Phylogeny, Morphology, and the Fossil Record................................................ Chatham Ballroom - C

8:00 AM 12:15 PM 8:00 AM 12:00 PM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:30 PM 5:45 PM 1:30 PM 6:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM

SY10 Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface betweenTerrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon Storage.........................................Chatham Ballroom - B SY 09Wood: Biology of a Living Tissue........................................Oglethrope Auditorium S7 Emerging Leader Lecture - Selena Smith.................................................................... 202 C4 S eed-free Plants at the Genomic Scale..................................... Chatham Ballroom - C SY11 Novel Approaches to Plant Evolution from Paleontological, Physiological, and Developmental Perspectives...........................Chatham Ballroom - B S9 Address of the BSA President-Elect - Gordon Uno..............Oglethrope Auditorium S8 Pelton Award Lecture - Martha Hawes...................................Oglethrope Auditorium

Thursday 8:00 AM 1:30 PM

SY12 Herbarium Curators Symposium............................................................................. 106

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Contributed Paper Session Monday 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 8:15 AM 8:30 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM

11:45 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:15 PM 5:15 PM 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 3:15 PM 4:45 PM

1P hylogenomics I.................................................................................................................. 101 2 Evolution and Development............................................................................................. 200 3 Ecophysiology..................................................................................................................... 104 5 Paleobotany Student Awards........................................................................................... 204 6 Ecology Section: Population Biology............................................................................. 201 7 Pteridological Section/AFS.............................................................................................. 203 8 Bryology and Lichenology (ABLS) I.............................................................................. 205 9 Physiology............................................................................................................................ 104 10 Macroevolution................................................................................................................ 202 11 Genetics.............................................................................................................................. 105 12 Rosids II/Basal Asterids & Asterids I part A.............................................................. 102 13 Economic Botany............................................................................................................. 101 14 Ecology Section: Plant Functional Traits and Responses........................................ 201

Tuesday 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 8:15 AM 8:15 AM 10:15 AM 10:15 AM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:45 PM

9:45 AM 11:45 AM 11:45 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:15 PM 9:45 AM 11:45 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 3:15 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:15 PM 5:15 PM 4:45 PM 5:00 PM 5:15 PM

15 Ecology Section: Forest Ecology................................................................................... 104 16 Phylogenomics II.............................................................................................................. 202 17 Asterids I part B................................................................................................................ 204 18 Teaching Section Papers Session I................................................................................ 101 19 Genomics & Proteomics I.............................................................................................. 105 20 Basal Dicots/Monocots part A (Asparagales)............................................................ 200 21 Cooley Awards I............................................................................................................... 201 22 Ecology Section: Invasive Species................................................................................. 103 23 Paleozoic and Mesozoic Paleobotany.......................................................................... 102 24 Tropical Biology................................................................................................................. 103 25 Ecology Section: Seed Ecophysiology........................................................................... 104 26 Conservation Biology I................................................................................................... 104 27 Genomics & Proteomics II.............................................................................................. 105 28 Mesozoic to Pleistocene Paleobotany............................................................................ 102 29 Development and Structure I......................................................................................... 202 30 Biogeography I.................................................................................................................. 203 31 Cooley Awards II.............................................................................................................. 201 32 Bryology and Lichenology (ABLS) II.......................................................................... 103 33 Teaching Section Papers Session II............................................................................... 101 34 Historical Section Contributed Papers........................................................................ 200

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35 Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe Interactions.............................................. 202 36 Pollination Biology........................................................................................................... 203 37 Biogeography II................................................................................................................ 103 38 Phylogenomics III............................................................................................................ 204 39 Population Genetics......................................................................................................... 105 40 Molecular Ecology and Evolution................................................................................ 102 41 Basal Rosids & Rosids I................................................................................................... 101 42 Reproductive Biology...................................................................................................... 205 43 Biogeography III............................................................................................................... 205 44 Molecular Ecology and Evolution II............................................................................ 102 45 Monocots part B/Basal Eudicots.................................................................................... 200 46 Asterids I part C & Asterids II....................................................................................... 103 47 Systematic Methods, Herbarium Digitization & Floristics..................................... 203 48 Conservation Biology II.................................................................................................. 204 49 Developmental and Structure II................................................................................... 205 50 Hybrids and Hybridization............................................................................................ 106 -174-


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