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Sessions for Saturday, July 7th, 2007

Morning8:0010:00
Afternoon1:002:002:153:003:153:404:30

Sessions for Sunday, July 8th, 2007

Morning8:008:309:009:4010:0010:1510:5011:2011:30
Afternoon1:002:002:252:503:153:304:104:355:005:256:00
Evening7:30

Sessions for Monday, July 9th, 2007

Morning8:008:008:158:308:408:458:559:009:159:209:3010:0010:1510:3010:4010:4511:0011:0511:15
Morning11:3011:55
Afternoon12:001:001:151:301:452:002:152:302:402:453:003:153:303:403:454:154:204:45
Afternoon5:00
Evening6:30

Sessions for Tuesday, July 10th, 2007

Morning8:008:008:158:308:459:009:159:3010:0010:1510:3010:4511:0011:15
Afternoon12:001:001:151:301:452:002:152:302:453:003:153:203:303:454:004:104:154:304:344:35
Afternoon4:455:005:15

Sessions for Wednesday, July 11th, 2007

Morning8:008:008:158:308:458:559:009:159:209:309:4510:0010:1510:3010:4010:4511:0011:0511:15
Morning11:3011:55
Afternoon1:001:151:301:452:002:152:302:402:453:003:153:303:453:504:004:054:154:304:455:00
Evening7:00

Sessions for Thursday, July 12th, 2007

Morning9:00

Presentations for 9:15, Monday, July 09th, 2007

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SessionLocationTitleSection/TopicTypeAuthorsKeywords
CP01006Boulevard B/HiltonInferring Biogeography in the Face of Phylogenetic Uncertainty: An example using Aesculus L.
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BiogeographyPaperHarris, AJ; Thomas, David; Xiang, Jenny Qiu-Yun.Biogeography
Disjunct Taxa
DIVA
MrBayes
Aesculus L.
CP02006PDR 4/HiltonMicrosatellite analysis of in-situ populations and ex-situ seedlings of the Lake Wales Ridge, Florida, USA endemic plant Ziziphus celata (Rhamnaceae)
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Conservation BiologyPaperGitzendanner, Matthew A.; Germain-Aubrey, Charlotte; Weekley, Carl W.; Menges, E.S.; Soltis, Douglas E.; Soltis, Pamela S..microsatellites
conservation genetics
paternity
endangered
CP03006Lake Ontario/HiltonOrigins and variation of cultivated vanilla
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Economic Botany: Evolution of Cultivated PlantsPaperLubinsky, Pesach; Kim, Seung-Chul.vanilla
domestication
Mexico
AFLP
Neotropics
CP04006Williford A/HiltonPermineralized Plants from the Jurassic of Antarctica
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Paleobotanical SectionPaperSchwendemann, Andrew B.; Taylor, Thomas N.; Taylor, Edith L.; Serbet, Rudolph; Hermsen, E. J..Antarctica
Jurassic
ferns
wood
insects
CP05006Lake Erie/HiltonMulti-Gene Phylogenetic Analysis of the Genus Kalmia (Ericaceae: Phyllodoceae) with emphasis on the disjunct Cuban endemic, Kalmia ericoides
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Systematics Section / ASPTPaperGillespie, Emily; Kron, Kathleen A..Kalmia
Phyllodoceae
Ericaceae
Leiophyllum
Loiseleuria
Kalmia ericoides
molecular phylogeny
Biogeography
LEAFY
CP06004Boulevard A/HiltonSpecies Identification Survey: Factors correlated with recognition of plants and mammals
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Teaching SectionPaperBrasher, Jeffrey W.; Snow, Neil.learning
experience
Environment
urbanization
CP07004PDR 2/HiltonLeaf-stem allometric relationships across diverse growth forms of Pelargonium (Geraniaceae)
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Developmental and Structural SectionPaperMocko, Kerri.allometry
specific leaf area
Pelargonium
CP08002Lake Michigan/HiltonIdentifying the dominant source regions for the colonization of Hawaiian fern species using a trajectory and dispersal model
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Pteridological Section/AFSPaperRamp Neale, Jennifer M.; Neale, Richard B.; Ranker, Tom A..Hawaiian Islands
ferns
dispersal
Atmospheric Modeling
SY01004Williford B/HiltonDevelopment of leaf shape diversity in the monocotyledons
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The Functional Significance of Leaf Shape Variation - Towards a Consensus from Gene to CommunitySymposiumDengler, Nancy G..blastozone
Leaf dissection
monocotyledons
morphogenesis
perforation formation
plication formation
SY02004Stevens 5/HiltonThe effect of mitochondrial inheritance and self-fertilization on gender in a gynodioecious species
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The Evolution and Maintenance of Mixed Mating SystemsSymposiumMcCauley, David.gynodioecy
heteroplasmy
self-fertilization
SY05003Stevens 1/HiltonAquilegia: A model species for the study of recent and ancient evolutionary genomic studies
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Emerging Model Species for Developmental, Evolutionary and Functional AnalysesSymposiumHodges, Scott.pollination
Floral color
Flower development

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