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Monday, July 25th

Monday, July 25th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Tikahtnu Ballroom A /Dena'ina Center
Session S1: Symposium: Beringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere Biogeography
Presiding: Steffi Ickert-Bond, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Jenny Xiang,
S1SUMJuly 25th 8:00 amBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographyBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographySymposiumHarris, AJ; Xiang, Qiuyun (Jenny); Ickert-Bond, Steffi.
July 25th 8:00 amIntroductionBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere Biogeography
S1002July 25th 8:15 amPaleogeography and geology of BeringiaBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographySymposiumBond, Jeffrey.Beringia
Paleogeography
Geology
Paleodrainage
Surficial geology
soils
S1003July 25th 8:45 amClimate of Beringia: Past, Present, and FutureBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographySymposiumBhatt, Uma.climate change
S1004July 25th 9:15 amPalynological Evidence for Coastal Refugia in Central BeringiaBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographySymposiumFowell, Sarah J.Pollen analysis
July 25th 9:45 amBreakBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere Biogeography
S1006July 25th 10:15 amBeringian Field Botany: course design for phylogeography and population genetics learningBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographySymposiumJordon-Thaden, Ingrid; DiNicola, Alexa; Sytsma, Kenneth.Field Botany
Beringia
Alaska
herbarium specimens
expeditions
population genetics
Phylogeography
teaching
S1007July 25th 10:45 amSimilarities between Paleocene and Eocene floras of eastern Asia and western North America and implications for floristic continuity across BeringiaBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographySymposiumManchester, Steven.
S1008July 25th 11:15 amOn a new global synthesis of the assembly of the northern hemispheric phytogeography by integrating paleobiome structure, connectivity and paleogeography in historical biogeography – the role of BeringiaBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographySymposiumXiang, Qiuyun (Jenny); Ickert-Bond, Steffi; Zhao, Lijun; Kepler, Lenora; Schoonmaker, Ashley; Yue, Jipei; Harris, AJ.Phytogeography of Northern Hemisphere
Historical biogeography
Biome shift
Origin of floristic disjunction
July 25th 11:45 amDiscussionBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere Biogeography
Monday, July 25th
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · Tikahtnu Ballroom A /Dena'ina Center
Session S2: Symposium: Black Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical Science
S2SUMJuly 25th 1:30 pmBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesSymposiumWilliams, Tanisha; Cannon, Brandi; Makunga, Nokwanda; Halane, Morgan.
July 25th 1:30 pmIntroductionBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical Sciences
S2002July 25th 1:45 pmMaking (a) Place Out of NatureBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesSymposiumSilvera Seamans, Georgia.Black Botanists Week
African diaspora
natural resources
S2003July 25th 2:15 pmSouth African Botanical Perspectives in a Changing Landscape: a view from agriculture to conservation planningBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesSymposiumMoroenyane, Itumeleng; Koopman, Rupert; Makunga, Nokwanda.agriculture
South Africa
conservation
Landscape
Black Botanists Week
S2004July 25th 2:45 pmRaising Young Black BotanistsBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesSymposiumCannon, Brandi.black botanists
Education
teaching
youth
July 25th 3:15 pmBreakBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical Sciences
S2006July 25th 3:45 pmWalking the Tightrope of a Black Botanist CareerBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesSymposiumHalane, Morgan.Systemic racism
S2007July 25th 4:15 pmUnearthing Untold Stories and Learning from the PastBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesSymposiumWilliams, Tanisha.Black Botanists Week
Diversity
Equity
Inclusion
Anti-Racism
Social Justice
S2008July 25th 4:45 pmPlanting Seeds for the Future: Cultivating an Anti-Racist Environment Starts NowBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesSymposiumAllen (Shamsid-Deen), Maya L..Black Botanists Week
Anti-Racism
July 25th 5:15 pmDiscussionBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical Sciences

Tuesday, July 26th

Tuesday, July 26th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Tikahtnu Ballroom A /Dena'ina Center
Session S3: Symposium: The impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinators
Presiding: Johanne Brunet, USDA-ARS VCRU
July 26th 8:00 amIntroductionThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinators
S3SUMJuly 26th 8:00 amThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsSymposiumBrunet, Johanne; Mulder, Christa.
S3002July 26th 8:15 amClimate change, pollinators and crop productionThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsSymposiumGiannini, Tereza Cristina; Miranda, Leonardo; Borges, Rafael Cabral.Pollinators
Crops
Amazon
S3003July 26th 8:45 amThe impact of abiotic factors on flowering phenology and floral traits in a high-altitude plant in changing environmentsThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsSymposiumBrunet, Johanne.climate change
Phenotypic plasticity
selection
phenology
Floral traits
breeding system
Pollinator attraction
high altitude plant
S3004July 26th 9:15 amHow does simultaneous warming affect plants and pollinators?The impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsSymposiumRafferty, Nicole; de Manincor, Natasha; Fisogni, Alessandro.phenology
climate change
phenological mismatch
pollinator
bee
Pollination
July 26th 9:45 amBreakThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinators
S3006July 26th 10:15 amWhere have all the flowerflies gone? Multiple drivers of flowering phenology of understory shrubs alter overlap with pollinators in interior AlaskaThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsSymposiumMulder, Christa; Kornhauser, Kara; Diggle, Pamela; Schaub, Eileen; Spellman, Katie.boreal forest
bud preformation
trophic mismatch
solitary bees
syrphid flies
Pollination
ground thaw
S3007July 26th 10:45 amCascading effects of water limitation on floral resources and their pollinatorsThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsSymposiumRankin, Erin.pollinator
water limitation
drought
floral rewards
S3008July 26th 11:15 amEffects of climate change on alpine plants and their pollinatorsThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsSymposiumInouye, David.Pollination
alpine
climate change
pollinator
July 26th 11:45 amDiscussionThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinators
Tuesday, July 26th
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · Tikahtnu Ballroom A /Dena'ina Center
Session S4: Symposium: A Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. Funk
Presiding: Jennifer Mandel, University Of Memphis
S4SUMJuly 26th 1:30 pmA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkSymposiumBonifacino, Mauricio; Mandel, Jennifer; Moore, Erika; Wagner, Warren; Wen, Jun.
July 26th 1:30 pmIntroductionA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. Funk
S4002July 26th 1:45 pmThe Reinvention of Compositae: Vicki Funk’s legacy in the systematics of the largest plant family on EarthA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkSymposiumBonifacino, Mauricio; Mandel, Jennifer.Compositae
Asteraceae
systematics
phylogeny
Collections
Herbarium
S4003July 26th 2:15 pmExploring two mysteries of chromosomal evolution in plantsA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkSymposiumRieseberg, Loren.Helianthus
Chromosomal Rearrangements
structural-changes
Inversions
S4004July 26th 2:45 pmPutting our heads together: utilizing comparative genomics to understand capitulum development and evolution in the AsteraceaeA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkSymposiumJones, Daniel; Bonifacino, Mauricio; Burke, John; Mandel, Jennifer; Nimchuk, Zachary.Floral Development
Meristem development
Transcriptomics
comparative genomics
Asteraceae
July 26th 3:15 pmBreakA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. Funk
S4006July 26th 3:45 pmDiversification of Cirsium (Carduoideae: Compositae) in North America – Insights into a continental-scale radiationA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkSymposiumAckerfield, Jennifer; Siniscalchi, Carolina.Radiation
thistles
Diversification
North America
S4007July 26th 4:15 pmExplosive adaptive radiation of Bidens (Compositae) across the most isolated archipelagos in the worldA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkSymposiumKnope, Matthew.Asteraceae
Hawaii
Evolution
ecology
phylogeny
genomics
phylogenomics
long distance dispersal
seed dispersal
Floral traits
new species
conservation
S4008July 26th 4:45 pmVicki Funk, an influential botanistA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkSymposiumWagner, Warren.Compositae
biogeography
phylogenetic methods
July 26th 5:15 pmDiscussionA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. Funk
Tuesday, July 26th
5:30 pm to 5:45 pm · Tikahtnu Ballroom A /Dena'ina Center
Session AW1: Awards Presentation: Presentation of the IAPT Stebbins and Stafleu Medals
Presiding: Pat Herendeen,
July 26th 5:30 pmPresentation of the IAPT Stebbins and Stafleu MedalsSystematics

Wednesday, July 27th

Wednesday, July 27th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Tikahtnu Ballroom A /Dena'ina Center
Session S5: Symposium: Tackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and Paths Forward
Presiding: Az Klymiuk, University Of Manitoba
July 27th 8:00 amIntroductionTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forward
S5SUMJuly 27th 8:00 amTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardSymposiumKlymiuk, Az; Cardinal-McTeague, Warren; Heyduk, Karolina.
S5002July 27th 8:15 am“From Botanical Espionage to Ordered Herbaria: Colonial Botany and Systems of Power in Historical Perspective”Tackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardSymposiumAyers, Elaine.Colonialism
History
botany
race
gender
Sexuality
S5003July 27th 8:45 amDecolonizing BotanyTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardSymposiumSubramaniam, Banu.Colonialism
feminism
race
gender
queer
botany
S5004July 27th 9:15 amAnishinaabek Flourishing: A Radical Act of RememberingTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardSymposiumFreeland, Dr. Mark.Indigenous worldview
flourishing
kinship
July 27th 9:45 amBreakTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forward
S5006July 27th 10:15 amCultural uses of the Dracaenoids: unpacking the indigenous knowledge on the taxonomy, ethnobotany and conservation of DracaenoidsTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardSymposiumNyenya, Ratidzayi.medicinal
ethnobotany
Indigenous Peoples
Africa
Dracaena
Sansevieria
Kenya
Zimbabwe
S5007July 27th 10:45 amEthical Harvesting, Traditional Gardens: Decolonizing Urban LandscapesTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardSymposiumGalbreath, Silas TIkaan; Dewitt, Meda.Traditional Ecological Knowledge
community
Reciprocity
S5008July 27th 11:15 amEmpowering Indigenous ways of knowing Serianthes: An environmental justice case study from GuåhanTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardSymposiumDemeulenaere, Else; Ickert-Bond, Steffi.Pacific islands
traditional knowledge
Serianthes
Wednesday, July 27th
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · Tikahtnu Ballroom A /Dena'ina Center
Session S6: Symposium: From High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the Extreme
Presiding: Ana I. Flores, ; Scott Van De Verg,
July 27th 1:30 pmIntroductionFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the Extreme
S6SUMJuly 27th 1:30 pmFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeSymposiumFlores, Ana I.; Van De Verg, Scott.
S6002July 27th 1:45 pmChronicles of Deep Reef Flowers: Biodiversity, Biogeography, and Adaptations of Hawaiian Mesophotic Expanded Red Blades in the Orders Gigartinales and HalymenialesFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeSymposiumCabrera, Feresa Corazon; Huisman, John; Smith, Celia; Kosaki, Randy; Sherwood, Alison.mesophotic
Algae
Rhodophyta
extreme environment
adaptation
phylogenetics
S6003July 27th 2:15 pmIntegrated physiological response by four red algae species and analysis of benthic community structure across an environmental gradient of tidally-driven submarine groundwater discharge conditionsFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeSymposiumGibson, Veronica; Smith, Celia.osmotic relations
ecohydrology
environmental gradient
macroalgae
ecophysiology
nutrient pollution
groundwater
submarine
S6004July 27th 2:45 pmLife on the Edge: Sea Level Rise Effects on Coastal Dune PlantsFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeSymposiumBarton, Kasey.Island Ecology
Phenotypic plasticity
invasive species
climate change
Salinity Tolerance
July 27th 3:15 pmBreakFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the Extreme
S6006July 27th 3:45 pmAtoll floras and forests as « harbingers » of local and global changes in the Pacific OceanFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeSymposiumMeyer, Jean-Yves Hiro.atoll
climate change
human impacts
Pacific islands
restoration
S6007July 27th 4:15 pmWeeds at the extreme: infestations in early Māori cultivation systems of Southern PolynesiaFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeSymposiumPrebble, Matiu.weeds
Polynesia
Pacific islands
cultivation
S6008July 27th 4:45 pmExtreme Topography: New Tools for Survey, Inventory and Collection in Vertical Cliff HabitatsFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeSymposiumNyberg, Ben.drone
cliff
Hawaii
July 27th 5:15 pmDiscussionFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the Extreme
Wednesday, July 27th
5:30 pm to 7:00 pm · Tikahtnu Ballroom A /Dena'ina Center
Session AW2: Awards Presentation: Botanical Society of America President Lecture & Award Presentations
Presiding: Michael Donoghue, Yale University; Vivian Negron-Ortiz,
July 27th 5:30 pmBotanical Society of America President Lecture & Award PresentationsBSA-Wide
Wednesday, July 27th
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm · Tikahtnu Ballroom A /Dena'ina Center
Session S09: Special Lecture: Address of the BSA President-Elect Vivian Negron-Ortiz
Presiding: Michael Donoghue, Yale University
S09001July 27th 6:00 pmPlants, Science, and the Endangered Species ActAddress of the BSA President-Elect - Vivian Negron-OrtizSpecial AddressNegron-Ortiz, Vivian.

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