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Sunday, July 24th

Sunday, July 24th
8:00 am to 5:00 pm · Katmai/Hilton
Session W05: Workshop: Using Digitized Herbarium Data in Research: Applications for Ecology, Phylogenetics, and Biogeography
Presiding: Pamela Soltis, University Of Florida
W05001July 24th 8:00 amUsing Digitized Herbarium Data in Research: Applications for Ecology, Phylogenetics, and BiogeographyConference WideWorkshopSoltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Beach, James (Jim); Gaynor, Michelle; Cortez, Maria Beatriz; Mabry, Makenzie.

Tuesday, July 26th

Tuesday, July 26th
8:00 am to 9:45 am · Katmai/Hilton
Session CGT5: Contributed Papers: Comparative Genomics/Transcriptomics V
Presiding: Xiang Li,
CGT5001July 26th 8:00 amIdentification of Ni tolerance and low Ca tolerance QTL in Caulanthus amplexicaulisComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPaperGarza, Elyssa; Daundasekara, Kasuni; Pepper, Alan.Abiotic stress
low calcium
CGT5002July 26th 8:15 amInference of developmental trajectories from single-cell sequencing dataComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPaperShushkov, Philip.Transcriptomics
cell type
developmental trajectory
CGT5003July 26th 8:30 amEnergy allocation and senescence in the transition between annual and perennial populations of Draba albertinaComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPaperSipperly, Nicolette; Carlson, David; Tacatta, Jorgen; Davalos, Liliana; Bomblies, Kirsten.life history
Disposable soma
gene expression
CGT5004July 26th 8:45 amThe divergent genetic networks underlying the convergent evolution of seed shattering in riceComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPaperLi, Xiang; Caicedo, Ana.convergent evolution
seed dispersal
CGT5005July 26th 9:00 amComparative genomics offers new insights into the evolution of the heterostyly supergenComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPaperConti, Elena; Potente, Giacomo; Narjes, Yousefi; Keller, Barbara.Supergene
convergent evolution
reproductive biology
Floral dimorphism
floral evolution
Gene duplication
Suppression of recombination
CGT5006July 26th 9:15 amFlavonoid expression in Vaccinium membranaceum Douglas ex Torr. leaves across gradients of latitude and elevationComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPaperDrummond, Chloe; Yin, Shuhan; Renner, Tanya.Flavonoid Biosynthesis
Landscape Transcriptomics
CGT5007July 26th 9:30 am
The drivers and consequences of sex chromosome turnover in strawberries
Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPaperCauret, Caroline; Sternberger, Anne; Liston, Aaron; Ashman, Tia-Lynn.Strawberries
Sex chromosome
Tuesday, July 26th
1:30 pm to 5:15 pm · Katmai/Hilton
Session CWR1: Contributed Papers: Crops and Wild Relatives
Presiding: Emily Warschefsky, Missouri Botanical Garden
CWR1001July 26th 1:30 pmAssessing the role of stable and variable morphological traits on the taxonomy of wild potatoes (Solanum sect. Petota, Solanaceae)Crops and Wild RelativesPaperNicolao, Rodrigo; Bashir, Ikram; Marques Castro, Caroline; Heiden, Gustavo.Wild relatives
CWR1002July 26th 1:45 pmGenotyping-by-sequencing (GBS) reveals the genetic diversity and population structure of a Peruvian collection of beans (Phaseolus vulgaris, Fabaceae)Crops and Wild RelativesPaperArbizu, Carlos I.; Ferro-Mauricio, Rubén; Saravia-Navarro, David; Chavez-Galarza, Julio; Camarena, Felix; Carrillo, Fredesvinda; Amasifuen Guerra, Carlos; Guerrero-Abad, Juan C..beans
Genetic resources
CWR1003July 26th 2:00 pmCandidate genes for speckled seeds in a wild relative of crop lupinsCrops and Wild RelativesPaperMichaels, Helen; Beligala, Gayathri U.; Wilson, Rachel A.; Phuntumart, Vipaporn.
CWR1004July 26th 2:15 pmGenomic characterization of wild sugarcane (Saccharum spontaneum) in the southeastern United StatesCrops and Wild RelativesPaperBellis, Emily; Hughes, Steven C.; Lucardi, Rima D.; Marsico, Travis D..invasive species
Federal Noxious Weed
CWR1005July 26th 2:30 pmDirect comparisons of grapevine rootstock gene expression expand insights into root responses to N competitionCrops and Wild RelativesPaperFleishman, Suzanne; Mélanie, Massonnet; Dario, Cantu; Eissenstat, David; Michela, Centinari.Rootstock
gene expression
CWR1006July 26th 2:45 pmBroad diversity in monoterpene-sesquiterpene balance across wild sunflowers: implications of leaf and floral volatiles for biotic interactionsCrops and Wild RelativesPaperBahmani, Keivan; Robinson, Anestacia; Majumder, Sambadi; LaVardera, Angelina; Dowell, Jordan; Goolsby, Eric; Mason, Chase.GCMS
phenotypic integration
CWR1007July 26th 3:00 pmTemporal and environmental factors interact with rootstock genotype to shape leaf elemental composition in grafted grapevinesCrops and Wild RelativesPaperHarris, Zachary; Pratt, Julia; Bhakta, Niyati; Frawley, Emma; Klein, Laura; Migicovsky, Zoë; Kwasniewski, Misha; Miller, Allison.Grafting
Elemental Analysis
environmental heterogeneity
July 26th 3:15 pmBreakCrops and Wild Relatives
CWR1009July 26th 3:45 pmDomestic partnership in the plant kingdom: using Helianthus annuus genotypes to assess the role of breeding bottlenecks in plant responsiveness to mycorrhizal fungiCrops and Wild RelativesPaperConway, Megan; Giguere, Madlyn; Mendoza, Marvin; Mason, Chase.
CWR1010July 26th 4:00 pmA Machine Learning approach to gain insight into crop sunflower cultivation under climate change and forecast future trends in the United StatesCrops and Wild RelativesPaperMajumder, Sambadi; Mason, Chase.Crops
Machine Learning
climate change
Interpretable Machine Learning
Food Security
seed yield
crop failure
CWR1011July 26th 4:15 pmDo crops have reduced stress tolerance compared with their wild progenitors? Evidence from a comprehensive meta-analysisCrops and Wild RelativesPaperNolting, Kristen; Dittmar, Emily; Donovan, Lisa; Burke, John.Abiotic stress
wild progenitor
CWR1012July 26th 4:30 pmCrop Wild Relatives and the Role of Herbaria in Future Food Crop SecurityCrops and Wild RelativesPaperMabry, Makenzie; Ford, Tori M.; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.Ecological niche model
Digitized Biocollections
CWR1013July 26th 4:45 pmExamining volatile terpenoid diversity in cultivated sunflower vegetative and reproductive tissuesCrops and Wild RelativesPaperMason, Chase; Bahmani, Keivan; Giguere, Madlyn; Dowell, Jordan.sunflower
chemical defense
phenotypic integration
CWR1014July 26th 5:00 pmGenome–Environment Associations Enlighten Evolutionary Adaptive PotentialCrops and Wild RelativesPaperCortés, Andrés; López-Hernández, Felipe; Blair, Matthew W..
Tuesday, July 26th
5:30 pm to 6:00 pm · Katmai/Hilton
Session M18: Meeting: Economic Botany Section Business Meeting
Presiding: Emily Warschefsky, Missouri Botanical Garden
July 26th 5:30 pmEconomic Botany Section Business MeetingEthnobotany

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