Botany 2015 Electronic Abstract Site Overview

Access to electronic abstracts submitted to the various index pages listed for each special address, symposium or colloquium, disciplinary section/topic and society, recent topics poster, discussion sessions and workshops.



Special Addresses

1. Pelton Award LectureAbstract (Not Available)
2. Plenary Address Abstract (Not Available)
3. Annals of Botany LectureAbstract (Not Available)
4. Address of the BSA President-Elect Abstract (Not Available)
5. Enhancing Scientist Diversity in Plant Biology Luncheon Abstract (Not Available)
6. Kaplan Memorial LectureAbstract (Not Available)
7. Regional Botany Special LectureAbstract (Not Available)

Symposia and Colloquia

1. Phylogenetic approaches to understanding biodiversity and endemism1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
2. Desiccation tolerance in bryophytes: perspectives from early career scientists1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
3. Ecological and evolutionary attributes of bryophytes of the boreal and arctic regions: New paradigms from interdisciplinary research1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
4. Plant Secondary Chemistry: from Biochemistry to Applications1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
5. Celebrating More Than Three Decades of Research in Nymphaeales: A Colloquium Honoring Ed Schneider1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
6. Blended Learning and Educational Technology to enhance Biology1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
7. A Broader view for Plant EvoDevo: novel approaches for diverse model systems1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
8. What can Next Generation Fungal Genome Sequencing do for you?1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
9. Basic and applied approaches to improve disease resistance in plants1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
10. Forest Tree Responses to a Changing Climate1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
11. Phylogenetics and genome evolution in Brassicaceae1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
12. Recent advances in phylogeny and systematics of Brassicaceae 1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
13. Morphospaces, Morphometrics, and Phylogenetics1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
14. Evolution, Development, and Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and Arrangement -revised proposal1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
15. Plant Resilience to Climate Challenges1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
16. Lab Bench to Boardroom: Developing Plant Science Ideas1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
17. A Day in the Life: Natural Histories of Fungi and Plants1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
18. Advances in Modelling Plant Development1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
19. (Joint Proposal for morning symposium followed by afternoon colloquium)Half-Day (Morning) Symposium Title: <em>Mesozoic and Cenozoic plant evolution and biotic change: A symposium in honor of Ru1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
20. Ecological impacts and restoration of industrial sites: roles of bryophytes and graminoid vascular plants&nbsp;1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
21. Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualisms1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
22. Botany 2015 Colloquium: Phylogenomics and the 1000 plants (1KP) initiative&nbsp;1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
23. The rise and fall of photosynthate: Evolution of plant/fungus interactions from paleobotanical and phylogenomic perspectives1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
24. The importance of communicating science1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
25. Ecological diversification and niche evolution in the temperate zone&rsquo;s largest genus: <em>Carex</em>1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
26. The evolutionary importance of polyploidy1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
27. Underutilized Crops for Secure and Green Futures1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS
28. The negotiated surveillance of parts and wholes: a symbioses-centered perspective on plant biology research1PRESENTING AUTHORTITLEAUTHORSKEYWORDS

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Recent Topics Posters


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