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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
114D Botany of the Anthropogenic Environment4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentMeyer, Rachel.
39950,000 Years of climate inferred using plant macrofossils from packrat (Neotoma spp.) middens in western North AmericaPaleobotanyHarbert, Robert S; NIXON, KEVIN C..Paleoclimate
CRACLE
Quaternary
climate change
packrats
North America
322A 3D digital phytolith reference collection: A tool to improve the utility of GSSC phytoliths for the study of grasses and grassland evolutionPaleobotanyGallaher, Timothy; Senske, Ashly; Marvet, Claire; Desmond, Brian; Akbar, Sultan; Klahs, Phillip; Clark, Lynn; Stromberg, Caroline.Poaceae
Phytolith
Paleobotany
biogeography
Systematics
Geometric morphometrics
anatomy
Fossils
596A Botanical Waltz Across Texas: Biological Crossroads and Floral Wonders of the Lone Star StateRegional Botany Special Lecture - Barney Lipscomb and Jason SinghurstLipscomb, Barney; Jason, Singhurst.
515A botanist without borders: Robert Kral's contributions to our modern knowledge of vascular plant endemism and phytogeographic patterns in the southeastern U.SKral-ing Through Time: The Impact of Robert Kral on the Past, Present, and Future of Botany in the Southeastern U.SEstes, Larry Dwayne.Robert Kral
Vanderbilt Herbarium
phytogeography
Southeastern U.S.
endemism
39A Brief Study on Ficus Seed Germination: An International Collaboration Born Through the PLANTS ProgramEducation and Outreach Valdes, Imena; Chen, Huayang.Career Advancement
International Collaboration
Plant Ecophysiology
PLANTS
Undergraduate Training
464Accessing Stress Physiological and Morphological Diversity in the Tetraploid Cultivated Cotton Germplasm through the Gossypium Diversity Reference SetCrops and Wild RelativesCushman, Kevin; Hinzi, Lori; Pabuayon, Isaiah; Sweeney, Megan; de los Reyes, Benildo.Gossypium
germplasm
phenotyping
abiotic stress
Physiology
162A Comparison of Dendroclimatic Relationships in Quercus alba (White Oak) Before and After the Onset of Recent WarmingPhysiology & EcophysiologyWarner, Scott M.; Jarosz, Andrew M.; Telewski, Frank W..dendrochronology
white oak
Quercus alba
radial growth
climate change
256ADBC + Symbiota at MICH: Rapid acceleration and diversification of a digital resourceA Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network for the USRabeler, Richard.Symbiota
TCN
ADBC
Digitization
219Additional bryophyte diversity in the Lower Cretaceous of Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada): an anatomically-preserved tristichous mossPaleobotanySavoretti, Adolfina; Bippus, Alexander; Stockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar; Tomescu, Alexandru.anatomy
bryophyte
Canada
Cretaceous
fossil
moss
Paleobotany
permineralized
282Advocacy for Native Plants and Restoration: 'Botany Bill', H.R. 1054 - The Botanical Sciences and Native Plant Materials Research, Restoration and Promotion Act Education and Outreach Havens, Kayri; Kramer, Andrea; Skogen, Krissa; Williams, Evelyn.advocacy
Legislation
Botany Bill
Plant Blindness
590Aecidium Jasminicola, a new pathogen for Jasminum sp. in Pakistan?MycologySehar Afshan, Najam Ul; Ishaq, Aamna; Niazi, Abdul Rehman; Khalid, Abdul Nasir.olive family 
Aecidium jasminicola
428A Ginkgophyte from the Late Triassic of North Carolina, USAPaleobotanyMICKLE, JAMES E.Triassic
ginkgophyte
fossil
29AIBS Communicating Science to Decision-makersConference WideGropp, Robert.
60Alexander Moritzi, a botanist and pre-Darwinian evolutionist from SwitzerlandBotanical HistoryFRIEDMAN, WILLIAM E; ENDRESS, PETER K.Darwin
Moritzi
evolution
botanical history
materialism
history of evolutionary thought
114A look into the biogeography of multiple narrowly endemic sandstone escarpment lineages of the Australian Monsoon TropicsSystematicsCantley, Jason; Jobson, Peter; Lacey, L. Mae; Frawley, Emma; Martine, Christopher.Australia
Acacia
Last Glacial Maximum
phylogeography
Solanum
primarily undergraduate institution
Fabaceae
Solanaceae
511Alpine plants scoff at mountain valleys and migrate anywaySystematicsJordon-Thaden, Ingrid Eastman; Freyman, William; Cantley, Jason; Stoughton, Thomas; Tank, Dave; Hayes, Daniel; Koch, Marcus A.; Sharbel, Timothy; MARTINE, CHRISTOPHER T.Brassicaceae
Draba
North America
apomixis
phylogeny
population genetics
phylogeography
312Alternative strategies for plant defense: Stand and fight, or grow out of itEcologyParrish, Judith A..herbivory
compensation
409A morphological comparison of Rhododendron calendulaceum and R. cumberlandense (Ericaceae)SystematicsHorn, Charles.Rhododendron
Ericaceae
Appalachian Mountains
numerical analysis
59A morphological taxonomic investigation of the species limits of Lycianthes inaequilatera and Lycianthes amatitlanensis (Solanaceae)SystematicsHuerta, Mayra; Battenberg, Kai; Dean, Ellen; McNair, Daniel.Solanaceae
Lycianthes
Systematics
309An adaptive prioritization system for digitizing small herbaria and alleviating plant blindness at the institutional levelBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationStoughton, Thomas; Jolles, Diana.herbarium
collections
Digitization
New England
PUI
Education
curation
78Analysis of mating system and genetic structure in the endangered, amphicarpic plant, Lewton’s polygala (Polygala lewtonii)Reproductive ProcessesSwift, Joel; Smith, Stacy; Menges, Eric; Bassuner, Burgund; Edwards, Christine.Amphicarpy
conservation
Genetic structure
mating system
Ant Dispersal
Self-fertilization
Microsatellite
285Anatomical underpinnings of water storage in angiosperm woodPhysiology & EcophysiologyZieminska, Kasia; Gleason, Sean M.Plant Anatomy
xylem
fibers
parenchyma
water storage
Structure-Function
wood anatomy
plant function
tree
Angiosperm
513Ancestral area reconstruction of population-level sampling of an alpine species, Draba oligosperma (Brassicaceae)BiogeographyKligman, Ben; Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid Eastman; MARTINE, CHRISTOPHER T; Freyman, William.Brassicaceae
Draba oligosperma
ancestral area reconstruction
phylogeography
306Ancient angiosperm pollen biology: conflicts between pollinator rewards, dispersal biology and germination timing?Anatomy and MorphologyWilliams, Joseph H..Amborella
Dormancy
Early-divergent angiosperm
Life history
Pollen development
dispersal
Trithuria
Wind-pollination
307A new classification of Indian Crotalaria (Leguminosae) based on morphological and molecular markersSystematicsRather, Shabir A.; Subramaniam, Shweta; Danda, Shagun; Pandey, Arun K..India
Crotalaria
Infrageneric classification
426A New Densely Armored Ericalean Floral Taxon from the Turonian of New Jersey USAPaleobotanyCrepet, William Louis; Weeks, Andrea; NIXON, KEVIN C..Cretaceous
armour
Ericales
Fossil flowers
326A New Species of Agave (Agavaceae) found with “Rock Piles Galore” in pre-Columbian Agricultural Fields along the San Pedro River, ArizonaEthnobotanyHodgson, Wendy; Salywon, Andrew; Doelle, William.Agave
Arizona
domesticate
Agavaceae
Hohokam
pre-Columbian
184A new species of butternut (Juglans sect. Cardiocaryon) from the Miocene of WashingtonPaleobotanySmith, MacKenzie Allan; Manchester, Steven R.Juglans
butternut
Cardiocaryon
Miocene
Washington
403A new species of Physalis from deep sands of Arkansas, Louisiana, and TexasSystematicsPyne, Milo; Poindexter, Derick; Bridges, Edwin; Orzell, Steve; Witsell, Theo.Physalis
groundcherry
Carizzo
macrosperma
morphometric
Sabine
tomatillo
416A new Upper Cretaceous araucarian seed cone from the Brannen Lake locality (Campanian) of Vancouver Island, British ColumbiaPaleobotanyStockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar.Araucaria
Cretaceous
fossil
seed cone
conifer
371An experimental approach to understanding the role of flooding in riparian plant community compositionEcologyRollinson, Emily.riparian
community
greenhouse
flooding
110An Integrated Approach to Exploring Floral Evolution in the Nasturtiums (Tropaeolum)Evolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Smith, Annika.Brassicales
floral evolution
ontology
232An integration of fossils, phylogeny, and disparity: Reconstructing the Cretaceous radiation of CornalesPaleobotanyAtkinson, Brian A.phylogenetics
Morphological disparity
Cretaceous
Morphospace
Fossils
160An interdisciplinary project to integrate a classic work of historical and botanical importance into modern collections and public platforms: The Flora of ForfarshireBotanical HistoryDiaz, Amalia; Wigley, Jessica; Yatskievych, George.botanical history
herbarium
Digitization
collections
Library
Flora
79Annual Meeting of the US Virtual Herbarium Project (WERA 1015)Conference WideBarkworth, Mary.
228Ants and plants with extrafloral nectaries in urban and natural landscapes of south Florida4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentKOPTUR, SUZANNE; Jones, Ian M.; Diaz, Cecilia M..extrafloral nectar
ants
mutualism
Fabaceae
legume
native species
exotic
interactions
435A Phylogeny of Tecomeae (Bignoniaceae): Bringing new insights to New World plant diversitySystematicsFabre, Paige; Ragsac, Audrey; Olmstead, Richard.Systematics
Neotropics
South America
Bignoniaceae
Tecomeae
308Applications of Ecological Niche Modeling in North American Cirsium (“Thistle”) Species DelimitationsEcologyAckerfield, Jennifer.ecological niche modeling
Cirsium
Ecological opportunity
Niche conservatism
speciation
101A Quantitative Assessment of Floral Aerodynamics in the Wind Pollinated Grass Panicum virgatum (Poaceae: Panicoideae)Reproductive ProcessesKlahs, Phillip; Hsu, Ming-Chen; Herrema, Austin; Clark, Lynn.Poaceae
Panicum
pollination
3D Modelling
77A remote sensing approach to delineation of floristic zones within wetland communitiesEcologyHackett, Rachel A; Heumann, Benjamin W; Monfils, Anna K.wetland
remote sensing
delineation
classification
imagery
community
226Are there angiosperms in the Jurassic?MacroevolutionWang, Xin.angiosperms
flowers
Jurassic
origin
evolution
495Are there grass flammability traits? Biomass drives grass fire behavior, but canopy species-specific architecture can control surface heatingEcologyGao, Xiulin; Schwilk, Dylan W.grass flammability
canopy architecture
128A review of the Phytochemistry and Ethnopharmacology of Tridax procumbensEthnobotanyBeck, Samantha; Kopp, Olga.Tridax procumbens
200A revision of the valvate group of Styrax series Cyrta (Styracaceae)SystematicsLi, Gary; Fritsch, Peter W..Styracaceae
Styrax
Asia
Taxonomic revision
387A sequence-capture approach to multi-locus nuclear phylogenetics of fernsPteridologyRothfels, Carl; Sundue, Michael A.; Testo, Weston L.; Wolf, Paul G..fern phylogeny
target capture sequencing
low-copy nuclear genes
18A Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network for the USA Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network for the USBuckley, Steve; Barkworth, Mary.
240A Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network in the USA Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network for the USBarkworth, Mary; Buckley, Steve.Digitization
Herbarium networks
Symbiota
US Herbaria
143Assessing genomic diversity via whole genome resequencing in bean cultivars (Phaseolus L. spp.) from Brazil, a putative secondary center of diversityCrops and Wild RelativesEgan, Ashley N.; Lim, H.C.; Miller, Theresa L..phaseolus
Fabaceae
whole genome resequencing
genetic diversity
domestication
291Assessing microsatellite genetic diversity in reintroduced and augmented populations of Dalea foliosa in IllinoisConservation BiologyWatkins, Shelby L.; Pollack, Cathy; Morris, Ashley B..Microsatellite
population genetics
Dalea foliosa
Glades
Conservation genetics
525Assessing the impact of human-induced environmental changes on the floristic quality of the northwestern coastal desert of EgyptEcologyHalmy, Marwa Waseem A..land use change
desert
human impact
biological indicator
Floristic Quality Assessment Index (FQAI)
491Assessing vegetation recovery after the removal of non-native herbivores on Isla ClariónConservation BiologyLawson, Dawn; Vanderplank, Sula; Falcone, Erin; Jacobsen, Jeff; Ezcurra, Exequiel.
210A study of bee diversity and resources in St. Louis, MO and the socioeconomic patterns revealedConservation BiologyWilson, Adam; Krakos, Kyra.Native Asclepias species
Milkweed
Monarch
urban landscape
Missouri
bee diversity
socioeconomic
70A Survey of Ethnomedicinal Contraceptives used in Ekiti State, Southwestern, NigeriaEthnobotanyOgunmefun, Olayinka; Olatunji, B.P.; Olagbemide, P.T..Abortifacient
Contraceptives
Herbal medicines
Pharmacological testing
179A Time and a Place for Everything: Phylogenetic history and geography as joint predictors of oak plastome phylogenyPhylogenomicsPham, Kasey Khanh; Hipp, Andrew; Cronn, Richard; Manos, Paul.gene flow
Hybridization
partial Mantel test
RADseq
41A twelve-year phenological record of earlier budburst in Oklahoma deciduous treesEcologyRice, Stanley.spring budburst
phenology
global climate change
417Auxin transport affects vessel structure and hydraulic properties in hybrid poplarPhysiology & EcophysiologyEckart, Phoebe; Alsamadisi, Noah; Martin, Celia; Spicer, Rachel.auxin
vessel
hybrid poplar
xylem
wood anatomy
453A year in the life—a temporal examination of fungal endophyte communities in fernsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsYounginger, Brett; Ballhorn, Daniel.Community Ecology
Endophytes
Ferns
Temporal Turnover
544Bidirectional anatomical effects between the mistletoe Psittacanthus schiedeanus and its evergreen and deciduous hostsAnatomy and MorphologyCocoletzi-VŠzquez, Eliezer; Angeles, Guillermo; Gregorio, Glenn; Araceli, Patr√≥n; Juan Francisco, Ornelas.parasitic plant
Phloem
plasmodesmata
haustorium
12Big Data and the Conservation of North America's FloraBig Data and the Conservation of North America's FloraOwell, Peggy; Frances, Anne.
107Biogeography in a common, cosmopolitan lichen-forming fungal component of biological soil crusts, Psora decipiens (Psoraceae, Ascomycota)Bryology and LichenologyLeavitt, Steven; Westberg, Martin; Sohrabi, Mohammad; Elix, John; ST CLAIR, LARRY L; Lumbsch, Thorsten.arid & semi-arid
dispersal
Australia
cryptic species
symbiosis
BSCs
154Biogeography in the Australian Monsoon Tropics: Using niche modeling to determine evolutionary relationships with climate for a clade of Solanum. BiogeographyFrawley, Emma; Cantley, Jason; MARTINE, CHRISTOPHER T.primarily undergraduate institution
undergraduate research
climate change
Solanum
Solanaceae
Australia
ecological niche modeling
speciation
refugia
barriers
305Biotaphy: Mobilizing and integrating big data in studies of spatial and phylogenetic patterns of biodiversityBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationSOLTIS, DOUGLAS E; SOLTIS, PAMELA S.; Beach, James; Stewart, Aimee; Thompson, Alexander; Cavner, JEFFREY; Grady, C.J.; Smith, Stephen; Fortes, Jose; Folk, Ryan; Gitzendanner, Matthew.Biodiversity
iDigBio
LifeMapper
OpenTree
niche modeling
tool linkage
463Bipolar or not that’s the question: earliest spermatophyte growth habit into questionPaleobotanyPrestianni, Cyrille; Decombeix, Anne-Laure.Devonian
Spermatophytes
Bipolar
Carboniferous
Lignophytes
32Boundaries between organs and organ identities in floral development and evolutionThe Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationBartlett, Madelaine.flower development
Evo-devo
MADS-box genes
PISTILLATA
organ identity
floral evolution
Poaceae
458Bryophytes of Okomu National Park, NigeriaBryology and LichenologyARIYO, Olusesan Ayodele.Diversity
bryophytes
Okomu
Nigeria
241Building A Biodiversity Program in Somaliland: a progress reportEducation and Outreach Barkworth, Mary.Biodiversity
Somaliland
330Building Geographic Distribution Models for Five Plant Genera on MadagascarBiogeographyCrist, Clarissa; Hanes, Margaret Mae.ecological niche modeling
Malvaceae
Madagascar
species distribution
Hibisceae
374Calcium application lowers the accumulation of heavy metal cadmium in chickpea and mungbeanPhysiology & EcophysiologySingh, Kamal Jit.abiotic stress
Legumes
Source-sink
Tolerance
Amalgum
17Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayCampanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayContreras, Dori L.; Boucher, Lisa.
148Campus plants'leaves Stomata surveyAnatomy and MorphologyPALE, FATIMATA.
537Can we be defined by our niche? Using ecological niche modeling to differentiate taxa of the wild hyacinth (Camassia spp.) in the eastern United StatesBiogeographyMerritt, Ben; Yadav, Sunita; Culley, Theresa M; Whitsell, Theo; Kephart, Susan R.Camassia
ecological niche modeling (ENM)
integrative taxonomy
ensembles of small models (ESM)
GIS
439Carbon Flow and Stabilization from Rivers through the Gulf of Mexico Blue Carbon Habitats with Potential Solution to Restore Blue CarbonPhysiology & EcophysiologyThorhaug, Anitra; Poulos, Helen Mills; Lopez-portillo, Jorge; Najjar, RAymond; Ku, T.; Herrmann, Maria; Berlyn, Graeme.Mangrove organic carbon GOM
Seagrass organic carbon GOM
Restoration seagrasses
Restoration of carbon Gulf of Mexico
512Cell Wall Composition and Whole Plant level Implications of Functional Trait Variation in Panicum virgatum Due to Genotype by Environment InteractionsPhysiology & EcophysiologyThomas, David.Switchgrass
cell wall
152Cerium oxide nanoparticles improve Arabidopsis salinity stress tolerance by enabling leaf mesophyll K+ retentionPhysiology & EcophysiologyWU, HONGHONG; Shabala, Lana; Shabala, Sergey; Giraldo, Juan Pablo.cerium oxide nanoparticles
ion channels/transporters
ion fluxes
mesophyll K+ retention
RT-qPCR
salt stress
73Changes in gene expression with floral age in stigmas of a species with transient self-incompatibilityReproductive ProcessesGoodwillie, Carol; Burch, Jacob; Stiller, John; Brewer, Michael.self-incompatibility
transcriptomic
RNA seq
gene expression
stigma
545Changes in the community structure of fungi driven by habitat filtering in the aspen parklandSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPec, Gregory; Stotz, Gisela; Carrigy, Alec; Cahill, James.Fungi
Community Ecology
Soil environment
Aspen parkland
118Characterizing the Early Devonian plant communities of western North America: the Lochkovian-Pragian Cottonwood Canyon flora of Wyoming PaleobotanyBippus, Alexander; Tomescu, Alexandru.Early Devonian
fossil
Wyoming
Paleozoic
compressions
tracheophytes
Paleobotany
68Characterizing the optimal conditions for the production of Darutoside in Sigesbeckia orientalisEthnobotanyNantenaina, Rindra Harilanto; Roger, Edmond; Rafidison, Verohanitra.medicinal plant
Madagascar
Asteraceae
wound-healing compound
201Charecterization of the nectar microbiome of Asclepias SppSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsCaballero, Anthony O.; Kram, Karin E.; Theiss, Kathryn.Nectar Microbiome
next generation sequencing
MG-RAST
Pollinator visitation and behavior
Non-native Asclepias species 
Native Asclepias species
415Clarifying the Conservation Status of Northern California Black Walnut (Juglans hindsii) Using Microsatellite MarkersHybrids and HybridizationPotter, Daniel; Dangl, Gerald; Bartosh, Heath; Bittman, Roxanne; Preece, John.Hybridization
SSR
species distributions
native species
337Climate and vegetation of southern Laramidia: A paleobotanical reconstruction for the upper Campanian Jose Creek Member, McRae Formation, south-central New MexicoCampanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayUpchurch, Jr., Garland; Parrott, Joan; Estrada-Ruiz, Emilio; Contreras, Dori L..Laramidia
Paleobotany
Paleoclimate
182Combing for Beach Broccoli: Surveys of the Endemic Lichen Cladonia submitis in the New Jersey Pinelands using Citizen ScienceBryology and LichenologyHoffman, Jordan; Lendemer, James.conservation
lichen
Cladonia
Population Demographics
Atlantic Coast
318Coming Undone: Hemiparasite effects and presence in a prairie diminish over timeEcologyBorowicz, Victoria A.; Walder, Morgan; Armstrong, Joseph E..hemiparasite
prairie
interactions
temporal changes
long term field experiment
509Comparative analysis of germination, first-year growth, and biomass allocation among annual and perennial congeners in Glycine, Lupinus, Phaseolus (Fabaceae)Crops and Wild RelativesHerron, Sterling; Ciotir, Claudia; Miller, Allison; Van Tassel, David; Crews, Timothy; Schlautman, Brandon.perennial grain
legume
Crop Wild Relatives
domestication
annual perennial comparison
sustainable agriculture
82Comparative Diversification Analyses of Hydrangeaceae and Loasaceae: The Role of Continental Dispersal in Generating Species DiversityMacroevolutionSchenk, John J.; Jacobs, Sarah; Hufford, Larry.Adaptive radiation
BAMM
biogeography
Diversification
Ecological opportunity
Hydrangeaceae
Loasaceae
268Comparative floral development of Oreocarya crassipes (Boraginaceae), a heterostylous speciesAnatomy and MorphologyHutcheson, Holly; Cohen, Jim.Boraginaceae
Heterostyly
Floral development
Oreocarya
breeding system
237Comparative Floristic Studies of Georgian Sandhill Ecosystems Reveals a Dynamic Composition of Endemics and GeneralistsBiogeographyLong, Jim; Schenk, John J..species composition
biogeography
Ecology
endangered
endemic
floristic
Plant community analysis
338Comparative leaf anatomy of 10 Venezuelan Andean species of Chusquea Kunth (Poaceae: Bambusoideae)Anatomy and MorphologyEly, Francisca; Fernández, José David; Kiyota, Sayuri; Clark, Lynn.Altitude Gradient
Cloud Forests
Paramos
Woody Bamboos
535Comparative structure and function of the extrafloral nectaries on stipules of Vicia faba L. (Fabaceae) cultivarsAnatomy and MorphologyWIENS, Daniel J.; DAVIS, ARTHUR RALPH.cultivar
extrafloral nectary
nectar characteristics
stipule
Trichome
Vicia faba
258Comparative transcriptomics indicate changes in cell wall organization and stress response inseedlings during spaceflightComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsJohnson, Christina; Subramanian, Aswati; Pattathil, Sivakumar; Correll, Melanie; Kiss, John.Arabidopsis
cell size
cell wall
dehydration
Transcriptome
microgravity
spaceflight
61Comparison of vegetation cover sampling methods for riparian vegetationEcologySterner, Sarah; Palmquist, Emily; Ralston, Barbara.Riparian vegetation
Line Point Intercept sampling method
Ocular plot samplng method
Landscape-scale vegetation change
Vegetation survey methods comparison
129Conditional dormancy and germination cueing in heterocarpic Grindelia ciliata (Asteraceae) EcologyGIBSON, J PHIL; Kistenmacher, Michael.Grindelia
heterocarpy
conditional dormancy
germination cueing
Asteraceae
bet-hedging
Cox Proportional Hazard Model
462Connecting landscape scale ecological restoration with plant conservationBig Data and the Conservation of North America's FloraEdwards, Fred; Owell, Peggy.National Seed Strategy
BLM
33Conservation and sustainable use of crop wild relativesCrops and Wild RelativesKhadia, Satish.Crop Wild Relatives
404Constraining branch meristem determinacy in the grasses: boundaries as novel signaling centersThe Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationWhipple, Clinton; Thayer, Rachel; Guo, Jinyan.maize
inflorescence
Evo-devo
grass
155Could labile carbon released following bleach-blonde syndrome contribute to Bromus tectorum die-offs?Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsJensen, Alexa; Allen, Phil; Meyer, Susan; Hansen, Neil; Harris, Cassady.Bleach-blonde syndrome
Labile carbon
489Creating silviculture systems for tropical forests in Mexico4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentMendoza, Martin Alfonso; Negreros-Castillo, Patricia; Navarro-Martínez, Angélica; Mize, Carl W; Cámara Cabrales, Luisa.slash and burn
Salsh and burn and tropical silviculture
Maya
community forestry
181Crowd-sourced science: Connecting digitized natural history collections to biodiversity education and conservationGreen digitization: online botanical collections data answering real-world questions Von Konrat, Matt; Smith, Arfon; Carstensen, Brian; Snyder, Chris; Trouille, Laura; Aronowsky, Audrey; Briscoe, Laura; Bryson, Mike; Campbell, Tom; Delavoi, Charlie; Vaughn, Caitlin; Walker, Taylor; Larrain, Juan; Zillen, Zak; Scheffel, Jonathan; de Lange, Peter; Shaw, Blanka; Carter, Ben; Gaus, Eve; Cohen, Steve; Newson, Jordan; Strauss, Kalman; Yang, Christina J.; Taylor, Peterson; Lopez, Alexandra.Digitization
Citizen Science
Symbiota
liverworts
taxonomy
111CrowdCurio: an online crowdsourcing platform to facilitate climate change studies using herbarium specimensGreen digitization: online botanical collections data answering real-world questions Willis, Charles; Law, Edith; Williams, Alex; Park, Daniel; Davis, Charles.phenology
phenophase
Citizen Science
flowering time
fruiting time
phenological sensitivity
64Crystal density and size variations in leaves of two variegated and one pseudo-variegated species of Peperomia (Piperaceae)Anatomy and MorphologyHORNER, HARRY T; YOON, HANA; MEKALA, DIVYA.crystals
leaves
Peperomia
variegation
92Cultivation of Peperomia pellucida, for food and medicineCrops and Wild RelativesAde-Ademilua, Omobolanle Elizabeth; Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin; Okpoma, Marian.Peperomia
cultivation
domestication
tissue culture
growth medium
204Cupressaceae fossil remains from the Late Paleocene of Carneyville, WyomingPaleobotanyLI, LONG; Jin, Jianhua; Currano, Ellen D; Manchester, Steven R.Fort Union Formation
late Paleocene
Sequoioxylon
Glyptostrobus
Cupressaceae
Wyoming
358Cyacas-like seeds in the Bajocian Stage of the Middle JurassicPaleobotanyRothwell, Gar; Stockey, Ruth; Stevenson, Dennis.Cycad seed
Cycadaceae
fossil
Jurassic
Haida Gwaii, Canada
494CYC2-like genes elucidate floral symmetry evolution following a major biogeographic disjunctionEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Khojayori, Farah; Zhang, Jingbo; Kramer, Elena; Davis, Charles; Zhang, Wenheng.CYCLOIDEA2
Brachylophon
Acridocarpus
Malpighiaceae
reversal to floral actinomorphy
dispersal to the Old World
floral symmetry evolution
28Data Assembly and Post-Processing in aTRAM for Museum PhylogenomicsPhylogenomicsFolk, Ryan; Allen, Julie; SOLTIS, PAMELA S.; Soltis, Douglas E.; Guralnick, Robert.aTRAM
phylogenomics
assembly
saxifragales
205De Novo Transcriptome Assembly and Annotation of Mentzelia Section Bartonia (Loasaceae)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsDevitt, Jessica; Schenk, John J..Differential gene expression
drought
Mentzelia
next generation sequencing
RNA-Seq
Transcriptome
211Developing Next Generation Sequencing Tools to Resolve Relationships and Test for the Monophyly of the Mentzelia Section Bartonia Pinnatifid GroupPhylogenomicsKelly, Khadijah; Schenk, John J..Genome skimming
Loasaceae
Mentzelia
next generation sequencing
phylogenomics
447Development of Microsatellite Markers in Antennaria (Asteraceae) Using Genomic DataPopulation Genetics/GenomicsThapa, Ramhari; Bayer, Randall; Mandel, Jennifer R..Gnaphalieae
Conserved Orthologos Set
Leontipes
Catipes
248Development of Microsatellites for the Genus TrilliumClassical GeneticsMajor, Catherine Kendall.genotyping
phylogeny
clonal
Systematics
simple sequence repeats
Diversity
266Development of PCR-based Transposable Element Assays for Verification of Pearl Millet-Napiergrass HybridsComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsCenteno, Chris; Jessup, Russell; Hatch, Stephan; Stelly, David.Pennisetum glaucum
Pennisetum purpureum
Transposable Elements
qPCR
Comparative Genomics
Pearl Millet-Napiergrass Hybrids 
Pearl Millet
Napiergrass
Marker Survey
Vegetation survey methods comparison
Cytogenetic Survey
432Diaspore diversity and climate variation in the grass tribe AndropogoneaeConference WideMcAllister, Chrissy; Clewell, Sarah; Bookout, Bess; Biang, Kathrines; McKain, Michael; Kellogg, Elizabeth.Andropogoneae
Andropogon
Hyparrhenia
Schizachyrium
Diheteropogon
morphological evolution
phylogeny
207Dicerandra: Understanding Ancestral Niches of a Narrow EndemicSystematicsSOLTIS, PAMELA S.; Soltis, Douglas E.; Naranjo, Andre.Systematics
Niche conservatism
ecological niche modeling
520Did two rice species go through parallel domestication via changes to the same genes?Crops and Wild RelativesMeyer, Rachel; Gross, Briana; Flowers, Jonathan; Purugganan, Michael.
369Disentangling the subalpine marshmarigold polyploid complex: Phylogeography of Caltha leptosepala s.l. (Ranunculaceae)SystematicsWefferling, Keir; Hoot, Sara.allopolyploid
Polyploid Complex
hybrid
Pacific Northwest
cytogeography
Ranunculaceae
Ranunculales
coalescent
Pleistocene
Last Glacial Maximum
refugia
214Disjunct intercontinental populations of lichen-forming fungi – relicts of past continuous distributions or the result of long-distance dispersal?Bryology and LichenologyCook, Megan; Leavitt, Steven; ST CLAIR, LARRY L.biogeography
Psora
Rhizoplaca
Xanthoparmelia
Central Asia
Western North America
239Dissecting the Devonian Explosion: an Emsian leap in anatomical diversity suggests biphasic rise in euphyllophyte disparityPaleobotanyTomescu, Alexandru.tracheophyte
vascular plant
disparity
Devonian
macroevolution
anatomy
Morphology
xylem anatomy
xylem
euphyllophyte
Emsian
197Distribution of Vegetative Branching Types in the Palms (Arecaceae)Anatomy and MorphologyEdelman, Sara; Richards, J..
353Diversification and gene flow in Anacampseros (Anacampserotaceae) in the Greater Cape Floristic Region, South AfricaPhylogenomicsMOORE, ABIGAIL J; Hancock, Lillian P; Legg-Jack, Ibikari T; Talkington, Augustus B; Edwards, Erika J.Portullugo
Portulacineae
succulents
CAM photosynthesis
295Diversification of seed traits in the CleomaceaeSystematicsAllison, Lucy; Roalson, Eric H..Cleomaceae
seeds
SEM
phylogeny
357DNA content, Fundamental Number and Karyotype changes in Tribe Leucocoryneae (Amaryllidaceae, Alliodeae) SystematicsSassone, Agostina; Lopez, Alicia; Giussani, Liliana.Cytogenetics
DNA-content
Chromosome evolution
433Documenting Floristic Change in the Northeastern U.S.A., and its Implications for ConservationConservation BiologyNaczi, Robert.conservation
Flowering plants
Landscape-scale vegetation change
Floristic change
floristics
224Does asexuality confer a short-term evolutionary advantage? The case of the widespread apomictic fern Myriopteris gracilis (Pteridaceae)BiogeographyWickell, David A.; Windham, Michael D.; Beck, James Benjamin.asexual reproduction
Döpp-Manton sporogenesis
genotyping by sequencing
425Does Rapoport's rule apply to the ultramafic flora of Sabah, Borneo?EcologyWhitman, Melissa; RUSSO, SABRINA E; Beaman, Reed.
140Does size matter? A minute chytrid-like organism from the Rhynie chertPaleobotanyHarper, Carla J; Krings, Michael; Taylor, Thomas N; Taylor, Edith L.fossil fungi
Chytridiomycota
Devonian
interactions
saprotroph
506Do herbivores prefer flower buds over leaves? Evaluating caterpillar preferences in evening primroses (Onagraceae)EcologyVergara, Melissa; Skogen, Krissa; Jogesh, Tania; Kay, Kathleen.Herbivores
Onagraceae 
Hyles lineata 
caterpillars
defense
Oviposition 
163Don’t doubt the Delta: Collection biases may skew plant species richness measurements in Poinsett County, ARConservation BiologyReed, Jennifer; Marsico, Travis.Collection bias
Biodiversity
species richness
Arkansas Delta
county flora
310Do Pine stands act as a barrier to Spanish moss dispersion?EcologyGriffin, Brandi Missouri; Anderson, Corey Devin.Ecology
Epiphytes
Tillandsia usneoides
247Dr. Kral’s work as a foundation for a new era of taxonomic research, plant diversity documentation, and conservation in the botanically rich Southeastern United States. Kral-ing Through Time: The Impact of Robert Kral on the Past, Present, and Future of Botany in the Southeastern U.SWeakley, Alan.Systematics
Southeastern United States
Flora
conservation
429Duplication and expression of CYCLOIDEA-like genes in CampanulaceaeEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Tong, Jingjing; Berger, Brent; Knox, Eric; Morden, C. W.; Cellinese, Nico; Pender, Richard; Howarth, Dianella.CYCLOIDEA
Floral symmetry
gene expression
Campanulaceae
gene duplication
27Dynamics of niche evolution in the SaxifragalesMacroevolutionFolk, Ryan; Stubbs, Rebecca; Cellinese, Nico; Mort, Mark; SOLTIS, PAMELA S.; Soltis, Douglas E.; Guralnick, Robert.
147Earliest fossil endocarps of Menispermaceae from the Paleocene of eastern AsiaPaleobotanyHan, Meng; Manchester, Steven R; Wu, Xinkai; Jin, Jianhua.Menispermaceae
endocarps
Paleocene
Sanshui Basin
East Asia
119Early hints of structural complexity: a new euphyllophyte from the Lower Devonian of QuebecPaleobotanyToledo, Selin; Tomescu, Alexandru.Progymnosperms
Euphyllophytes 
Stenokoleales
Devonian
Early Devonian
Emsian
Plant Anatomy
Trimerophytes
Seed plants
fossil
Paleobotany
319Early Inflorescence Development in Allium: Its Umbel-ievabllyAnatomy and MorphologyMartinez-Gomez, Jesus; Specht, Chelsea.Evo-devo
Phyllotaxy
Inflorescence Architecture
253Early Paleocene flowers confirm a deep history for Cunoniaceae in South AmericaPaleobotanyJud, Nathan A; GANDOLFO, MARIA A; Iglesias, Ari; WILF, PETER.Cunoniaceae
Schizomerieae
Gondwana
Patagonia
Paleocene
Salamanca Formation
Pe√Īas Coloradas Formation
26Ecological and evolutionary mechanisms for among-population variation in plant mating systemsReproductive ProcessesKARRON, JEFFREY DAVID; Mitchell, Randall; Whitehead, Michael.outcrossing rate
selfing rate
mixed mating
mating system
188Ecological niche modeling reveals divergence between tetraploid and hexaploid populations of Eutrema edwardsii R. Br. (Brassicaceae)SystematicsMastin, Jared; Bruederle, Leo.Polyploidy
ecological niche modeling
cryptic species
flow cytometry
allopolyploid
Brassicaceae
293Ecophysiological Responses of Eastern Redcedar in OklahomaPhysiology & EcophysiologyGiddens, Jon.Eastern Redcedar
Juniperus virginiana
ecophysiology
412Effect of silencing CYC2-like genes on floral development in Solanum lycopersicum L. and Nicotiana obtusifolia M.Martens & Galeotti (Solanaceae)Evolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Kim, Joon; Zhang, Jingbo; Khojayori, Farah; Zhang, Wenheng.Solanum lycopersicum
Solanaceae
TCP genes
Nicotiana obtusifolia
Tobacco Rattle Virus
TRV
Virus-induced gene silencing
VIGS
actinomorphy
Reverse genetics
pollen germination
CYC2-like genes
Cycloidea
344Effects of Mix Cover Crops on Colonization of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal FungiEcologyRodriguez, Kayla; Hayes, Chandler; Daniell, Anthony; Eavenson, Nicole; Twanabasu, Bishnu; Sapkota, Jhapendra.Mycorrizhal Fungi
cover crop
agriculture
Ecology
Arbuscula
colonization
crop yield
354Effects of Prairie Restoration Management Practices on Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi EffectsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsMartinez, Brian; Twanabasu, Bishnu; Caleb, Smith; Jhapendra, Sapkota.AMF
Mycorrhizae
Fungi
Fungus
vascular plant
arbuscular
Mycorrhiza
mycorrhizal
286Efficient data mining of global primary biodiversity data using SQL database mirrorsBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationHarbert, Robert S.Database
GBIF
ecological niche modeling
Digital Data
SQL
382Elevation and historical events shape moss community traits and functional diversity in Puerto RicoTropical BiologyPasiche Lisboa, Carlos Jose; Hulshof, Catherine M.; Sastre-De Jesus, Ines.moss
funtional diversity
community assemblage
filtering
competition
elevation
Puerto Rico
Functional traits
84Elevation between Afzelia quanzensis (pod mahogany) populations in Zimbabwe promotes genetic differentiationPopulation Genetics/GenomicsJinga, Percy; Ashley, Mary V..Afzelia quanzensis
gene flow
genetic barrier
Kalahari-Zimbabwe axis
microsatellites
population structure
383Elucidating foliar features for identifying Urticaceae in the fossil recordPaleobotanyNYANDWI, ALPHONSE; DEVORE, MELANIE; PIGG, KATHLEEN.
95Elucidating the evolutionary history of Oenothera sect. Pachylophus using phylogenomicsPhylogenomicsPatsis, Amanda; Overson, Rick; Johnson, Matt; Skogen, Krissa; Wagner, Warren; Raguso, Robert; Wickett, Norm; Levin, Rachel Ann.Hyb-Seq
phylogenomics
Onagraceae
Oenothera
evening primrose
220Endopolyploidy and whole-genome duplication similarly affect cell size in the Arabidopsis thaliana sepalClassical GeneticsRobinson, Dana; Coate, Jeremy; Doyle, Jeff; Roeder, Adrienne.Polyploidy
cell size
nuclear volume
endopolyploidy
208Engaging the Public in Botany Through “Treasured Trees”Education and Outreach Golden, Alexandra; Nelson, John.Education
outreach
public engagement
Earth Day
410Epiphytic Bryoflora from Southwest NigeriaBryology and LichenologyRAJI, RASAQ OLADOJA; ARIYO, Olusesan Ayodele.
23Ethnobotanical and Floret studies on Twelve Species of the family Asteraceae in Ile-Ife, Osun state, NigeriaEthnobotanyOJO, Funmilola; OLADIPO, Olaniran Temitope; AKINLOYE, Akinwumi Johnson.
53EVALUATING THE UTILITY OF rbcL IN IDENTIFYING NIGERIAN SPECIES OF THE GENUS AFZELIA SMITH: An implication for conservation SystematicsOshingboye, Dolapo; Onuminya, Temitope; Nodza, George; Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin.DNA barcodes
IUCN
Plant identification
conservation
392Evolution and diversification of Solanaceae FRUITFULL genesEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Maheepala, Dinusha; Fernando Alzate, Juan; Baghaei, Arman; Emerling, Christopher A.; Le, Allen; Pabón-Mora, Natalia; Strahl, Maya; Litt, Amy.evodevo
Fruit
FRUITFULL
Solanaceae
238Evolutionary divergence between annual and perennial life history strategiesThe Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationFriedman, Jannice.
223Evolutionary ecology of edaphic specialization in California JewelflowersGeology and Plant Life: the growing legacy of Arthur KruckebergIval√ļ Cacho, Natalia.adaptation
serpentine
Streptanthus
Thelypodieae
soil endemism
phylogeny
comparative method
191Evolutionary insights from expression and function of CYCLOIDEA orthologs in Eschscholzia californica, an early diverging eudicotEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Sengupta, Aniket; Hileman, Lena.zygomorphy
actinomorphy
CYCLOIDEA
eudicots
California poppy
498Evolution of fruit type in Datureae (Solanaceae)Anatomy and MorphologyDupin, Julia; Smith, Stacey.Datureae
Solanaceae
Fruit
capsules
355Evolution of leaflet shape in endemic Oxalis sect. Alpinae: an integrative approach using phylogeny and geometric morphometricsAnatomy and MorphologyMorello, Santiago; Sassone, Agostina; Lopez, Alicia.Oxalis
Patagonia
geometric-morphometrics
leaflets
311Evolution of the NB-ARC Protein Domain as a Major Signaling Component of the Plant Defense ResponseComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsAndersen, Ethan; Nepal, Madhav P..Evolution of plant immunity
plant defense surveillance
disease resistant genes
NBS-LRR proteins
434Evolution of the paleo-endemic sister species Synthyris platycarpa and S. schizantha (Plantaginaceae) in the Pacific NorthwestBiogeographyHooker, Marcus; Hufford, Larry.phylogeography
biogeography
Plantaginaceae
glaciation
Pacific Northwest
297Evolution of Vascular Cambial Variants in Paullinia (Sapindaceae)Anatomy and MorphologyChery, Joyce; Specht, Chelsea.Paullinieae
paullinia
vascular cambial variants
wood anatomy
273Examining niche divergence of cryptic species within the Hawaiian Coprosma foliosa Complex (Rubiaceae)EcologyDiaz, Nicolas; Cantley, Jason; Martine, Christopher.pilo
undergraduate research
Maxent
niche modeling
Rubiaceae
368ExperImental natural selection of big bluestem grass ecotypes across the Great Plains Climate GradientPopulation Genetics/GenomicsGalliart, Matt; Johnson, Loretta C.; St. Amand, Paul; Poland, Jesse; Bello, Nora; Knapp, Mary; Baer, Sara G.; Maricle, Brian R..
331Exploring diversification in /Megistohibiscus (Malvaceae) on Madagascar with RADseq dataSystematicsDrews, Nicholas; Hanes, Margaret Mae.Madagascar
Malvaceae
Hibiscus
RADseq
177Exploring the relationships of an anatomically-preserved cupressaceous seed cone from the Lower Cretaceous of CaliforniaPaleobotanyPfeiler, Kelly C.; Ortiz, Ashley; Kammet, Ashley; Tomescu, Alexandru.Paleobotany
fossil
anatomy
conifers
seed cone
phylogeny
permineralization
evolution
Cupressaceae
Cretaceous
California
ovulate cone
274Ex situ interspecies crossing rates infer importance of geographic barriers in speciation among closely related Solanum species of the Australian Monsoon TropicsEcologyHayes, Daniel; Cantley, Jason; Martine, Christopher.undergraduate research
Solanaceae
Reproductive isolation
Isolating mechanism
dioecy
Andromonoecy
503Extinct anacardiaceous samaras and sumac-like leaves from the Eocene of western North AmericaPaleobotanyManchester, Steven R.Green River Formation
Paleobotany
fossil
Anacardiaceae
samaroid fruit
488Extinct character combinations in Trochodendraceae from the Eocene of Washington and British ColombiaSystematicsManchester, Steven R; PIGG, KATHLEEN; DeVore, Melanie; Zlatko, Kvacek; Dillhoff, Rick.Paleobotany
Eocene
fossil
Trochodendraceae
303Extreme climate events affect density of the invasive garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) and disrupt years of alternating abundance of first and second year plantsEcologyANDERSON, ROGER C; Anderson, M. Rebecca; Bauer, Jonathan T.; Loebach, Christopher; Slater, Mitchell A..invasive species
garlic mustard
extreme climate events
405Factors affecting the geographic distribution of Drosera (Droseraceae) species in the Cape Floristic Region of South Africa and implications of global climate changeBiogeographyDietrick, Alexander.biogeography
species distributions
niche modeling
climate change
44Field exploration and new species of Ericaceae in Mindanao, PhilippinesSystematicsFritsch, Peter W.; Amoroso, Victor B.; Coritico, Fulgent P.; Penneys, Darin S..Philippines
Ericaceae
Vaccinium
Diplycosia
Species discovery
Biodiversity
196Finding the floor: Comparison of portable photosynthesis systems for measurement of small fluxesPhysiology & EcophysiologyVath, Richard; Hupp, Jason; Doug, Lynch.LI-6400
LI-6800
Gas exchange
Assimilation
Light compensation point
401Fine-scale population genetic, morphological and ecological segregation of Phlox amabilis diploid and tetraploid cytotypes in a contact zonePopulation Genetics/GenomicsZumwalde, Bethany A.; Prather, L. Alan; Ferguson, Carolyn J.; Fehlberg, SHANNON D.cytotype
Polyploidy
ecological niche modeling
microsatellites
Morphology
ecophysiology
Polemoniaceae
Phlox
284First record of Marsilea from the Olmos Formation (upper Campanian), Coahuila, MexicoPaleobotanyEstrada-Ruiz, Emilio; Centeno, Naylet; Aguilar-Arellano, Felisa.Aquatic fern
upper Campanian
Olmos Formation
Coahuila
280Floral analysis of a Pennsylvanian floodplain ecosystem, Parkville, MO, USAPaleobotanyKelly, Brooke; Ryberg, Patricia Elizabeth.Pennsylvanian
Missouri
Diversity
Pteridosperms
Sphenophytes
300Floral Anatomy and Morphology of Acalypha setosa (Euphorbiaceae)Anatomy and MorphologyKwon, Sarah; Hayden, W. John.Acalypha
floral anatomy
staminate flower
allomorphic flower
87Floral color differences in Nicotiana allopolyploids: the genetic and biochemical basisHybrids and HybridizationMcCarthy, Elizabeth; Berardi, Andrea; Lawhorn, Amber; Kurti, Amelda; Giovannoni, James; Smith, Stacey; LITT, AMY.anthocyanins
flavonols
floral color
Hybridization
Nicotiana
Polyploidy
391Floral diversity of Eucnide (Loasaceae)Biodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationBrindley, Josh; Hufford, Larry.floral evolution
499Floral micromorphology across Platanthera section Limnorchis (Orchidaceae)SystematicsWettewa, Eranga; Wallace, Lisa.Platanthera
Limnorchis
Floral micromorphology
Orchidaceae
156Floral size and shape evolution following the transition to gender dimorphismReproductive ProcessesMiller, Jill S.; Kamath, Ambika; Levin, Rachel Ann.dioecy
environmental gradients
floral evolution
Solanaceae
gender dimorphism
gynodioecy
male sterility
sexual dimorphism
Lycium
Lycium californicum
221Flower color, UV protection, and fitness trade-offs in Scarlet Gilia (Ipomopsis aggregata)Physiology & EcophysiologyDahl, Julian; Lish, Barbara; Kim, Natalie; Heschel, M. Shane.UV
Anthocyanin
Fitness
250Flower scent as a potential reproductive barrier in a Hawaiian plant lineageHybrids and HybridizationPowers, John; Sakai, Ann; Weller, Stephen; Campbell, Diane.Hybridization
Floral volatiles
barriers
pollination
microlepidoptera
195Flowers of extinct Salicaceae from the Eocene of western WyomingPaleobotanyAllen, Sarah; Alford, Mac; Manchester, Steven R; Judd, Walter.Salicaceae
Homalieae
Eocene
Wyoming
Fossil flowers
66flowPloidy: An R Package for determining Genome Size and Ploidy from Flow Cytometry HistogramsClassical GeneticsSmith, Tyler William; Martin, Sara; Kron, Paul.flow cytometry
Polyploidy
software
genome size
333Foliar epidermal micromorphology of representatives of Olyra and related genera in Olyrinae (Olyreae, Bambusoideae, Poaceae)Anatomy and MorphologyLima, Jamile Fernandes; Leite, Kelly Regina Batista; Clark, Lynn; Oliveira, Reyjane Patricia de.herbaceous bamboos
papillae
prickle hairs
microhairs
278Foliar Herbivory from the early Middle Triassic Fremouw Formation, AntarcticaPaleobotanyHahn, Zachary; Ryberg, Patricia Elizabeth.Triassic
Dicroidium
Antarctica
herbivory
199Forest to desert or forest to forest: how the character of climate change affects lineage survivorship in the context of dispersal adaptationsPaleobotanySimpson, Andrew G.; Axsmith, Brian J..
254Fossil woods and the evolution of angiosperm body sizeCampanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayJud, Nathan A; D’Emic, M. D.; Williams, S. A.; Mathews, J. C.; Tremaine, K. M.; Bhattacharya, J..Cretaceous
Turonian
Angiosperm woods
fossil wood
anatomy
Laramidia
222Freshwater diatoms diversity of National Parks in Nigeria I: Okomu National Park, South-South, NigeriaEcologyAdesalu, Taofikat Abosede.Diatoms
Freshwater
Diversity
National Park
Okomu
Season
Tropical
396FRUITFULL genes underwent a change in function correlated with the evolution of fleshy fruitEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Maheepala, Dinusha; Macon, Jenna; Herrera, Victor; Litt, Amy.Fruit
evodevo
Solanaceae
CRISPR/Cas9
transcriptomes
FRUITFULL
FUL1
FUL2
MBP10
MBP20
350Fruiting phenology pattern in a dry forest of Hispaniola Island, Greater AntillesTropical BiologySalazar, Jackeline; Ortega-Tibrey, Yolaine; Mateo, Amelia; Guzman, Rosanna; Leon, Yolanda; Feliz, Gerson; Nolasco, Yeimi; Carlo, Tomas.Dry forest
phenology
climate change
West Indies
Zoochorous plants
Seed traps
334Functional Morphology, Morphological Disparity, and Heterochrony in Conifer Seed Cone EvolutionAnatomy and MorphologyLosada, Juan M; Leslie, Andrew B.gymnosperms
conifers
seed cone
heterochrony
Diversification
526Funding and Organization IssuesA Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network for the USBarkworth, Mary; Buckley, Steve.digitized herbarium data
National network
Funding
Organization
243Gender dimorphism, polyploidy, and evolutionary affinities of Lycium australe (Solanaceae)Reproductive ProcessesGreenberg, Kimberly; Levin, Rachel Ann; Miller, Jill S..Lycium
Solanaceae
gender dimorphism
Polyploidy
gynodioecy
dioecy
male sterility
RAD-Seq
161Genetic and Environmental Influences on Stomates of Big Bluestem (Andropogon gerardii)Physiology & EcophysiologyVarvel, Nick A.; Hilt, Christina J.; Baer, Sara G.; Johnson, Loretta C.; Maricle, Brian R..
52Genetic Conservation of Neglected and Underutilized Leafy Vegetables in South-West NigeriaConservation BiologyOnuminya, Temitope; Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin; Osundinakin, Michael.conservation
DNA
Leafy Vegetables
Nigeria
67Genetic Diversity, Disjunct Distribution, and Recruitment in Seaside AlderGetting everyone involved: Saving the seaside alderGIBSON, J PHIL.seaside alder
Alnus maritima
seed dispersal
seed germination
Cox Proportional Hazard Model
population genetics
conservation
213Genetic diversity, habitat dynamics, and demography: The conservation of endangered American Chaffseed (Schwalbea americana)Conservation BiologyCannon, Brandi; Frangos, Samantha; Ray, Jessica.parasitic plant
conservation
prescribed fire
Genetics
herbarium
roots
88Genetic diversity and differentiation of Ulleung Island endemic flat-leaved stonecrop (Phedimus takesimensis; Crassulaceae)SystematicsSEO, HEE SEUNG; Kim, Seung-Chul.anagenetic speciation
Genetic structure
Crassulaceae
Phedimus takesimensis
Ulleung Island
296Genetic Diversity of Aronia melanocarpa Germplasm Accessions Based on Novel Microsatellite MarkersPopulation Genetics/GenomicsChaudhry, Shazad; Obae, Samuel.Chokeberry
Microsatelites
SSR
473Genetic variation, demographic structure, and reproductive ecology of the federally endangered Astragalus bibullatus (Fabaceae)Conservation BiologyMorris, Ashley B.; Trostel, Kevin; Scalf, Cassandra; Burleyson, Austin; Albrecht, Matthew.microsatellites
conservation
reintroduction
Fitness
cedar glades
324Genome-level phylogenetics in the taxonomically complex Camassia and Hastingsia (Asparagaceae)PhylogenomicsArchibald, Jenny K; Monnahan, Patrick J; Olson, Karen V; Kephart, Susan R; Theiss, Kathryn E; Culley, Theresa M.Camassia
Hastingsia
RADseq
275Genome-wide identification of disease resistant genes in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.; Poaceae) Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsAndersen, Ethan; Nepal, Madhav P.; Ali, Shaukat; Yen, Yang; Neupane, Surendra.CNL disease resistant genes
purifying selection
gene duplication
gene diversification and maintenance 
502Genome comparison of two Caulanthus varieties to identify possible loci contributing to serpentine toleranceMolecular EcologyGarza, Elyssa; Hawkins, Angela; Pepper, Alan.Brassicaceae
serpentine
edaphic endemism
Caulanthus
whole genome resequencing
598Genome Duplication, Natural Selection, and the Evolution of Plant DiversityEmerging Leader Lecture - Michael BarkerBarker, Michael.
389Genome Evolution and Diversification in PalmsComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsBarrett, Craig; Bacon, Christine; Antonelli, Alexandre; McKain, Michael.Polyploidy
Arecaceae
Monocots
commelinids
transposable element
genome size
chromosome number
ancestral state
Whole Genome Duplication
paralogous genes
316Genomic inferences of domestication events are corroborated by written records in Brassica rapaCrops and Wild RelativesQi, Xinshuai; An, Hong; Ragsdale, Aaron; Hall, Tara; Gutenkunst, Ryan; Pires, J. Chris; Barker, Michael.Brassica rapa
Genetic structure
Transcriptome
domestication
crop improvement
population genomics
406Genotyping-by-sequencing suggests species boundaries are maintained in co-occurring Vitis species in central North AmericaCrops and Wild RelativesKlein, Laura; O'Hanlon, Regan; Pretz, Chelsea; Zander, Tracy; Miller, Allison.Crop Wild Relatives
Vitis
genotyping by sequencing (GBS)
Hybridization
species boundaries
487Geographical relationships and comparative analysis of three natural floras in South TexasBiogeographySaghatelyan, Anna.Texas
floristics
geographical connections
Tamaulipas
90Geographic distribution and conservation assessment of Deprea species (Solanaceae)Tropical BiologyDeanna, Rocio; Leiva Gonzalez, Segundo; Barboza, Gloria Estela.Solanaceae
Deprea
distribution
conservation assessment 
454Geographic variation in floral traits in three species of PenstemonsBiogeographyRodiguez, Rosa; VanDeCarr, Morgan; WOLFE, ANDREA D.Penstemon
Floral traits
Morphology
spatial analysis
digital specimens
14Geology and Plant Life: the growing legacy of Arthur KruckebergGeology and Plant Life: the growing legacy of Arthur KruckebergWillis, John; Pepper, Alan; Ival√ļ Cacho, Natalia; O'Dell, Ryan; Rieseberg, Loren.
436Geometric morphometrics reveals shifts in flower shape symmetry and size following gene knockdown of CYCLOIDEA and ANTHOCYANIDIN SYNTHASEEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Berger, Brent; ricigliano, vincent; Savriama, Yoland; Lim, Aedric; Thompson, Veronica; Howarth, Dianella.Geometric morphometrics
Virus-induced gene silencing
CYCLOIDEA
Fedia graciliflora
Floral symmetry
ANTHOCYANIDIN SYNTHASE
16Getting everyone involved: Saving the seaside alderGetting everyone involved: Saving the seaside alderGibson, Phil; Rice, Stanley.
157Getting to the roots of pungency: the taxonomy and phylogeny of Lycianthes and Capsicum (Capsiceae, Solanaceae)SystematicsBohs, Lynn; Dean, Ellen; Barboza, Gloria Estela; Van Deynze, Allen; Knapp, Sandra; Stoffel, Kevin; Hulse-Kemp, Amanda; Walden, Genevieve; Spalink, Daniel.Lycianthes
Solanaceae
Systematics
Capsicum
301Grass Roots (Poaceae) at Work: Uncovering their Anatomy and Functional RolesAnatomy and MorphologyCox, Monica; HORNER, HARRY T; Gallaher, Timothy; Clark, Lynn.Poaceae
anatomy
root
Monocots
227Greatly reduced phylogenetic structure in the cultivated potato clade of Solanum section PetotaCrops and Wild RelativesSPOONER, DAVID; Ruess, Holly; Arbizu, Carlos; Rodríguez, Flor; Solis-Lemus, Claudia.potato
Solanum
phylogeny
conserved orthologus sequences (COS)
108Green/red and white ashes (Fraxinus section Melioides) of east-central North America: taxonomic concepts and polyploidySystematicsCampbell, Julian.Fraxinus
taxonomy
Polyploidy
15Green digitization: online botanical collections data answering real-world questionsGreen digitization: online botanical collections data answering real-world questions James, Shelley A.; SOLTIS, PAMELA S.; Nelson, Gil.
271Greenhouse germination trials with federally-listed Houghton’s goldenrod: Evaluating factors associated with population persistenceConservation BiologyWeber, Justine E.; Leopold, Donald J.; Wiley, Jr., John J..seed germination
Rare Plants
171Gypsum biomineralization: a key mechanism explaining the historical assembly of gypsum plant communities worldwide?Geology and Plant Life: the growing legacy of Arthur KruckebergMoore, Michael J.; Muller, Clare; Drenovsky, Rebecca; Heiden, Nathaniel; Feder, Zo√ę; Tiley, Helene; Douglas, Norman; Flores Olvera, Hilda; Ochoterena, Helga; Montserrat, Gabriel; Palacio, Sara.gypsum
Spain
Chihuahuan Desert
Mexico
Texas
New Mexico
biomineralization
phylogeny
Ecology
adaptation
edaphic endemism
169Herbivory preferences among ecotypes of big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii)EcologyPittenger, Madison; Caudle, Keri L.; Baer, Sara G.; Johnson, Loretta C.; Maricle, Brian R..tannins
common gardens
sand bluestem
herbivory tolerance
drought tolerance
96Hidden Lake bluecurls Trichostema austromontanum subsp. compactum (Lamiaceae): conservation success for a diminutive annual Conservation BiologyFraga, Naomi.conservation
Lamiaceae
California
monitoring
seed banking
ESA
497Historical biogeography of Datureae (Solanaceae) and the influence of range dynamics on the evolution of environmental nicheBiogeographyDupin, Julia; Smith, Stacey.Datureae
Solanaceae
biogeography
niche shift
138Historical Biogeography of endemic seed plant genera in the Caribbean: did GAARlandia play a role?BiogeographyNieto-Blazquez, Maria Esther; Antonelli, Alexandre; Roncal, Julissa.Antilles
Cenozoic
colonization
dispersal
island biogeography
West Indies
325Honors in Herbarium: Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) for Freshman Biology StudentsEducation and Outreach Nepal, Madhav P.; Orth, Mandy; York, Dakota.Scientific teaching
Course-based research experiences
CUREs
Honors in herbarium
Creating interests in plant research
Vision and Change
Teaching millenial students
452
Canceled
Horizontal gene transfer in holoparasitic Orobanchaceae and its utility in phylogenetic dating
SystematicsSchneider, Adam.Horizontal gene transfer
Aphyllon
Orobanchaceae
biogeography
divergence time
71Host range of an endogenous strain of Dahlia mosaic virus in members of AsteraceaeSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsCaudle, Keri L.; Gillock, Eric.plant-virus coevolution
Asteraceae
pollen transmission
DMV-D10
40How the seaside alder survives and how it doesn’t: Shade intolerance and seedling failureGetting everyone involved: Saving the seaside alderRice, Stanley.Alnus maritima
seaside alder
relictual species
shade tolerance
481Hybridization and gene flow among tomatillo (Physalis) species in the Southwestern Region of North AmericaHybrids and HybridizationPretz, Chelsea; Smith, Stacey .Physalis
pollination
hybridization 
mechanisms of gene flow
335Hydraulic conductivity of the phloem in a woody basal angiosperm lineagePhysiology & EcophysiologyLosada, Juan M; Holbrook, N. Michele.Phloem
hydraulics
anatomy
basal angiosperms
Austrobaileyales
Illicium
315Hydroponic Urban GardeningEcologyAyers, Mayla; Bashir, Anbreen.hydroponic
Ecology
Vertical
98Identity of the plants called Euphorbia golondrina (Euphorbiaceae), a rare species of the Trans-Pecos region of Texas and adjacent MexicoSystematicsTaylor, Nathan.Euphorbia
Euphorbiaceae
Euphorbia sect. Anisophyllum
Euphorbia golondrina
Trans-Pecos
Big Bend National Park
130Impact of Phragmites autralis control on Utah Lake water qualityConservation BiologyCadet, Eddy; Evensen, Arthur.Phragmites australis
trace metal
Utah Lake
water quality
189Impact of Temperature on Visitation Patterns EcologySteffler, Nathaniel; Haas, Alexis; Krakos, Kyra.
542Implications of a palynological sample from Bowie River, MississippiPaleobotanyBAGHAI-RIDING, NINA LUCILLE; Axsmith, Brian J.; Davis, Kendal; Allison, Raven.Bowie River
Hattiesburg Formation
Miocene
palynomorphs
373Improvements to the Georgia Southern University Herbarium through an NSF CSBR GrantBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationSchenk, John J.; Evans, Colleen R.; Devitt, Jessica.CSBR grant
Digitization
Georgia
herbarium
National Science Foundation
400Indel characters and phylogenomic analyses: application to milkweeds (Asclepias)PhylogenomicsBoutte, Julien; Fishbein, Mark; Straub, Shannon C.K..NGS
Hyb-Seq
Phylogenetically informative characters (PICs)
Large insertions/deletions
Non-coding regions
430Independent origins of Ayenia (Malvaceae) in the CaribbeanSystematicsSharber, Wyatt; Whitlock, Barbara.Malvaceae
biogeography
Caribbean
72Index Herbariorum Gets an UpgradeBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationThiers, Barbara.Herbaria
digitized herbarium data
249Induction of fungal biofilm in species known to cause Mucormycosis and its application to the antifungal activity of Amphotericin B and Thyme oilSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsAnderson, Karaleen; Hatch, Mariel; Kopp, Olga.Biofilm
Mucormycosis 
Synergism 
Zygomycetes 
86Inferring phylogenetic relationships among recently diverged East Asian species of roses (Rosa section Synstylae; Rosaceae)SystematicsJeon, Ji-Hyeon; Maki, Masayuki; Kim, Seung-Chul.Rosa
section Synstylae
phylogeny
RosCOS
124Inferring the evolution of corm lobation in Isoëtes using Bayesian model-averaged ancestral state reconstructionPteridologyFreund, Forrest D; Freyman, William; Rothfels, Carl.Isoetes
lycophyte
evolution
ancestral state
339Insect herbivore communities tracked the conifer Agathis (Araucariaceae) from Paleogene Patagonia to modern Australasia and Southeast AsiaPaleobotanyDonovan, Michael P.; Labandeira, Conrad C.; WILF, PETER; Iglesias, Ari; Cunéo, Rubén.plant-insect associations
herbivory
Gondwana
Patagonia
Paleobotany
170Insect Herbivory of the Kaiparowits Formation Flora, Late Cretacous (Campanian) of UtahCampanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayMaccracken, Sarah Augusta; Miller, Ian M.; Mitter, Charles; Labandeira, Conrad C..herbivory
plant-insect associations
Kaiparowits
insect damage
Campanian
384Integrating plant conservation data at multiple scales to inform plant conservation recovery prioritiesBig Data and the Conservation of North America's FloraMaschinski, Joyce M; Clark, John R; Heineman, Katherine.ex situ
collaboration
rare plant
conservation
393Interactions across boundaries promote symbiotic modulation of plant phenotypes The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationArnold, A. Elizabeth.Endophyte
Microbial
Ecology
390Intercontinental Gradients in Plant Flavonoids: Testing the Impacts of Latitude, Environment, and Phylogeny in Ruellia (Wild Petunias: Acanthaceae)MacroevolutionTripp, Erin A.; Zhuang, Yongbin; Schreiber, Matt; Stone, Heather; Berardi, Andrea.Anthocyanin
arid
dry
flavonoid
latitude
habitat
phylogeny
pleiotropy
290Interlinked relationships among plants, subsistence-oriented communities and climate change4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentSavo, Valentina; Lepofsky, Dana; Benner, Jordan; Kohfeld, Karen; Bailey, Joseph; Lertzman, Ken.climate change
Observations
Biodiversity
510International shipping ports as zones of inquiry for the release and maintenance of exotic plant speciesEcologyMarsico, Travis; Reed, Jennifer; Cunard, Chelsea; Whitehurst, Lauren; Burgess, Kevin; Lucardi, Rima.seaport
international shipping
invasive species
341Interploid reproductive isolation differs with cytotype in mixed-ploidy contact zonesPopulation Genetics/GenomicsSutherland, Brittany; Galloway, Laura.Polyploidy
Polyploid Complex
Contact Zone
gene flow
Reproductive isolation
251In the Mongolian steppe, plant community response to warming depends on precipitation, grazing and landscape locationEcologyRonk, Argo; Liancourt, Pierre; Petraitis, Peter; Casper, Brenda.warming
climate
grazing
precipitation
steppe
Mongolia
449Into the tropics: Orgin and diversification of Loeselia (Polemoniaceae)SystematicsPorter, J. Mark; Cuellar, Fernando.Loeselia
Polemoniaceae
phylogenomics
biogeography
407Intragenomic Variation in the ITS2 rRNA: Results from Deep-Sequencing of HaematococcusPhylogenomicsAlanagreh, Lo'ai; Buchheim, Mark Alan.ITS2
Haematococcus
Chlamydomonas
next generation sequencing
Intragenomic Variation
Concerted Evolution
269Intraindividual genomic variation and mutation in apple (Malus x domestica)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsRyan, Gillian; Ashwal, Eli; Turgman-Cohen, Salomon; Cohen, Jim.Malus
Apple
genetic diversity
variation
Rosaceae
Mutation
31Introduction to botanical drawing with Betsy BarryConference WideBarry, Betsy.
9Introduction to Next Generation SequencingConference WideStraub, Shannon C.K.; Fishbein, Mark.next generation sequencing
Illumina
Hyb-Seq
467Invasions and migrations: A comprehensive evaluation of the implications of climate change on the native and introduced ranges of Asteraceae speciesBiogeographyPark, Daniel; Davis, Charles.Asteraceae
climate change
ecological niche modeling
dispersal
niche shift
species distribution modeling
invasive species
518Invasive Aquatic eeds; Impliations for Mosquito and Vector Management ActivitiersEcologyBLAIR, CHARLES E.
538Invasive species in the Oklahoma rangelands: A comparative study on transpiration rates of the Eastern redcedar (juniperus virginiana) and adjacent deciduous treesPhysiology & EcophysiologyCowan, Michael; Ahedor, Adjoa.invasive species
Evapotranspiration
Biohydrology
Oklahoma
150Investigating floral diversity of western Kansas grasslands to assess pollinator productivityEcologyEngel, Ryan P.; Caudle, Keri L..Kansas grasslands
flower diversity
pollinators
380Investigating taxonomic diversity and synonymy among fossil palms from the K-Pg transition of IndiaPaleobotanyMatsunaga, Kelly K.S.; Manchester, Steven R; Smith, Selena; Srivastava, Rashmi; Kapgate, Dashrath.India
fossil
Cretaceous
Paleogene
K-Pg
Arecaceae
palm
Fruit
323Investigating the evolution and genetic basis of jointed fruits in the Brassiceae (Brassicaceae)Evolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)HALL, JOCELYN C; Carey, Shane; Mendler, Kerrin; Singh, Navjot.Fruit
RNA-Seq
507Investigating the reliability of species circumscriptions among polyploid taxa in Mentzelia section Trachyphytum (Loasaceae)SystematicsAlmogabar, Dylan; Brokaw, Joshua.Mentzelia
Trachyphytum
Polyploidy
chromosome number
phylogeny
122Investigating the Sierra Nevada-Rocky Mountain disjunction in Micranthes (Saxifragaceae) with a target enrichment approachBiogeographyStubbs, Rebecca; Folk, Ryan; Soltis, Douglas E.; Cellinese, Nico.Micranthes
Saxifragaceae
Sierra Nevada
Rocky Mountains
phylogenomics
ecological niche modeling
366Investigation of sexual systems associated with species of the genus Rumex using compared reconstructed molecular phylogeniesSystematicsGRANT, KIRSTIE; Burke, Janelle.dioecy
Polygonaceae
Sex chromosomes
Acetosa
Acetosella
317Is dioecy an evolutionary dead end in Amaranthus?Reproductive ProcessesPratt, Donald B.; Farmer, Todd.breeding system
dioecy
Amaranthus
283Is floral scent at the nexus of interactions among plants, pollinators and herbivores in the evening primroses (Onagraceae)?Reproductive ProcessesSkogen, Krissa; Jogesh, Tania; Lewis, Emily; Gruver, Andrea; Broadhead, Geoffrey; Overson, Rick; Raguso, Robert.Onagraceae
Oenothera
Clarkia
Floral volatiles
Floral traits
plant-animal interactions
pollination
herbivory
hawkmoth
macroevolution
volatile signals
246Isotopic characterization of plant-fungus interactions in modern and fossil woodsPaleobotanyGulbranson, Erik L; Harper, Carla J.isotopes
fossil fungi
wood decay
Permian
Triassic
Antarctica
51Kimberley Rainforests of Western Australia: A Focus Of Biological DiversityConservation BiologyKenneally, Kevin Francis.Monsoon rainforest
conservation
faunal assemblages
floristics
biogeography
Aboriginal culture and traditions
19Kral-ing Through Time: The Impact of Robert Kral on the Past, Present, and Future of Botany in the Southeastern U.SKral-ing Through Time: The Impact of Robert Kral on the Past, Present, and Future of Botany in the Southeastern U.STaylor, Kim.
35Landscape-scale processes influence riparian plant composition along a regulated riverEcologyPalmquist, Emily; Ralston, Barbara; Merritt, David; Shafroth, Patrick.Riparian vegetation
Plant species composition
Grand Canyon
Plant community analysis
Landscape-scale vegetation change
45Late Cretaceous amber in Texas: A preliminary studyPaleobotanyFriedman, Virginia; Lambert, Joseph B.; Nguyen, Truongan V..Amber
Cretaceous
Texas
Cenomanian
116Late Cretaceous angiosperm leaves from Olmos Formation (upper Campanian), Coahuila, MexicoPaleobotanyCenteno, Naylet; Estrada-Ruiz, Emilio; Porras-M√ļzquiz, H√©ctor.Cretaceous
Angiosperm
Olmos Formation
56Late Cretaceous angiosperm woods from McRae Formation, south-central New Mexico, USA: Part IICampanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayEstrada-Ruiz, Emilio; Upchurch, Jr., Garland; Wheeler, Elisabeth; Mack, Greg.Angiosperm woods
Cretaceous
fossil wood
McRae Formation
New Mexico
93Late Cretaceous Wood Assemblages of Big Bend National Park, TexasCampanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayWheeler, Elisabeth; Lehman, Tom.secondary xylem
fossil wood
398Leaf and inflorescence evidence for near-basal Araceae in the latest Albian (mid-Cretaceous) of SpainPaleobotanySender, Luis Miguel; Doyle, James A.; Upchurch, Jr., Garland; Villanueva-Amadoz, Uxue; Diez, Jose Bienve.angiosperms
Monocots
Araceae
Cretaceous
Paleobotany
phylogeny
225Leaf evolution and development: building better models from fern leaf diversityPteridologyVasco, Alejandra; Ambrose, Barbara A..Evo-devo
Leaf evolution and development
Ferns
230Leaf hydraulic architecture of Populus and GinkgoAnatomy and MorphologyCarvalho, Monica; Niklas, Karl.Phloem
xylem
Structure-Function
anatomy
486Leaf Shape, Morphometrics, and Taxonomic Boundaries Within the Arctic-Alpine Succulent Rhodiola integrifolia (Crassulaceae)EcologyAgoglossakis, Kalliopi M.; Olfelt, Joel.Geometric morphometrics
leaf morphology
subspecies delimitation
species boundaries
alpine
cryptic species
relictual species
408LEAFY function in the model fern Ceratopteris richardii: reconstructing the ancestral role of a flowering meristem identity geneEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Conway, Stephanie; Di Stilio, Veronica, S.Ceratopteris richardii
LEAFY
Ferns
meristem
leaf morphology
Evo-devo
94Lichen elemental content bioindicators for air quality in Eastern USA: lessons from the MidwestBryology and LichenologyWill-Wolf, Susan; Jovan, Sarah; Amacher, Michael C..bioindicator
context-dependence
element
forest cover
lichen
metal
nitrogen
pollution
spatial scale
sulfur
22Light intensity alters the growth and quality of volatile components from hexane extracts of Hyptis suaveolens (Family Lamiaceae), a medicinal plantRecent Topics PostersUmebese, Caroline Emosioke; Ubajaka, Somtochukwu; Asekun, Olayinka.Hexane extract
volatile compounds
plant growth
light intensity
Hyptis suaveolens
104Lineage Diversification and Evolution of Pollinator Trapping in Artabotrys (Annonaceae)SystematicsChen, Junhao; Thomas, Daniel Caspar; Saunders, Richard Mark Kingsley.Artabotrys
Annonaceae
phylogenetics
Pollinator trapping
419Linking Digital Heterogeneous Data for Biodiversity ResearchGreen digitization: online botanical collections data answering real-world questions SOLTIS, PAMELA S..Biodiversity
herbarium specimens
digitized data
Linked Data
phylogeny
376Local adaptation to the environment drives genetic variation among populations of an herbaceous plantPopulation Genetics/GenomicsJoines, Jason Paul; DeWalt, Saara J.; Walker, Joan L..population genetics
population genomics
493Low-copy nuclear data for notholaenid ferns (Pteridaceae) corroborate plastid phylogeny over traditional morphological groupingsPteridologyKao, Tzu-Tong; Freund, Forrest D; Rothfels, Carl; Windham, Michael D.; Pryer, Kathleen.cheilanthoids
Hybridization
low-copy nuclear genes
notholaenids
parallel tagged amplicon sequencing
phylogeny
Pteridaceae
1Machine learning with R for botanistsConference WideShipunov, Alexey.
431Macroevolutionary patterns of an unsuspected species-rich lichen radiation: insights from the genus StictaBryology and LichenologySimon, Antoine; Goffinet, Bernard; Magain, Nicolas; Serusiaux, Emmanuel.biogeography
Indian Ocean
Lobariaceae
Madagascar
Mascarenes
photomorphs
Radiation
348Make sense of manzanitasSystematicsLITT, AMY; Huang, Yi; McCarthy, Elizabeth; Burge, Dylan; Jia, Arthur; Morrison, Glen R; Parker, Tom; Sanders, Andrew; Stoughton, Thomas.Manzanita
Arctostaphylos
RAD-Seq
Hybridization
Radiation
457Mapping species boundaries: phylogenomics and patterns of gene flow in threatened Mascarene Diospyros (Ebenaceae)PhylogenomicsLinan, Alexander; Schatz, George; Lowry, Porter; Miller, Allison; Edwards, Christine.Sympatry
gene flow
Conservation genetics
species boundaries
Hybridization
RAD-Seq
314Masters of Their Own Reproductive Fate? Variation of Reproductive Allocation in Amaranthus spinosusReproductive ProcessesPratt, Donald B.; Espericueta, Ramiro.Breeding Systems
Monoecy
Amaranthus
539Measurements of Evapotranspiration rates in Eastern redcedar (Juniperus viginiana) and Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda)Physiology & EcophysiologySpitz, Bethany; Miller, J'nae; Glover, Breauna; Ahedor, Adjoa.Aridity
Wildfires
invasive species
conifers
372Mechanisms Underlying Temperate Butterfly Diversity in Anthropogenic HabitatsEcologyBielecki, Coral Rose; Haynes, Kyle.Biodiversity
Productivity Hypothesis
Ontogenesis
Conservation Biology
36Medicinal Plants Used for the management of HIV/AIDS Opportunistic Infections in Katsina State, NigeriaEthnobotanyKankara, Sulaiman Sani.Medicinal Plants
Ethnobotany
Cancer
Katsina State
Nigeria
342Metal transport into Bayou Trepagnier wetlands in Louisiana4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentDEVALL, MARGARET S.pollution
baldcypress
metals
172Microconchid-plant interactions in the Early Devonian wetlands of Wyoming (Beartooth Butte Formation, Lochkovian-Pragian)PaleobotanyDorn, Shanelle; Abidi, Shayda; Bippus, Alexander; Matsunaga, Kelly K.S.; Tomescu, Alexandru.Devonian
fossil
Paleobotany
plant-animal interactions
paleoecology
wetland
microconchid
298Microsatellite markers for Aronia melanocarpa (black chokeberry) and their transferability to other Aronia speciesPopulation Genetics/GenomicsObae, Samuel; Brand, Mark; Connolly, Bryan; Beasley, Rochelle; Lance, Stacey.Aronia arbutifolia
A. melanocarpa
A. mitschurinii
A. prunifolia
Chokeberry
SSR
360Milkweed Defenses Revisited: Trends in Trait Evolution and Lineage DiversificationMacroevolutionFishbein, Mark; Straub, Shannon C.K.; Darby, Hayley; Boutte, Julien; Liston, Aaron.Apocynaceae
phylogenomics
plastome
Trichome
herbivory
63Miocene radiation and drivers of diversification in the genus Sticta (Lobariaceae)Bryology and LichenologyWidhelm, Todd; Bertoletti, Francesca; Asztalos, Matt; Moncada, Bibiana; L√ľcking, Robert; Serusiaux, Emmanuel; Goffinet, Bernard; Lumbsch, Thorsten.
131Molecular analysis of the DendrogrammaceaeEducation and Outreach GIBSON, J PHIL.Dendrogrammaceae
tree thinking
phylogenetic analysis
laboratory exercise
347Molecular evolution of plastid ndh genes in a possible new carnivorous plantClassical GeneticsLin, Qianshi; Ross, Gregory; Ke, Fushi; GRAHAM, SEAN W.biogeography
carnivory
plastid genome
260Molecular mechanisms that position the adaxial-abaxial boundary and drive the production of flat leaf morphologyThe Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationHusbands, Aman; Skopelitis, Damianos; Timmermans, Marja.development
transcription factors
small RNAs
lipid-regulation
477Molecular phylogeny and evolutionary analysis of the endemic species, Aster spathulifolius MaximSystematicsPark, Seonjoo; Park, Veronica; Grusamy, Raman.Aster spathulifolius
molecular systematics
origin
evolution
Island Flora
cp genes
484Molecular signatures of selection, drift, introgression, and gene duplication in the serpentine endemic plant Caulanthus amplexicaulis var. barbarae (Brassicaceae)Classical GeneticsHawkins, Angela; Garza, Elyssa; Pepper, Alan.adaptation
Caulanthus
Streptanthus
Brassicaceae
serpentine
endemic
Transcriptome
RNA-Seq
381Multidisciplinary approaches to biodiversity conservation: Studying an island based iguana-flora relationship in the CaribbeanSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsBradley, Kelly A.; Harrigan, Natasha; Clubbe, Colin; Corcoran, Marcella; Dani Sanchez, Michele; Hamilton, Martin Allen.plant-animal interactions
Iguana
Threatened species
seed dispersal
105Mummified Fossil Woods from Late Oligocene of Nanning Basin, Guangxi, South ChinaPaleobotanyHuang, Luliang; Jin, Jianhua; Quan, Cheng; Oskolski, Alexei A..mummified fossil wood
late Oligocene
Nanning Basin
South China
paleoclimatology
58Mutualistic networks in the Galápagos Islands and how alien species modify their structureEcologyTraveset, Anna.ecological networks
pollination
seed dispersal
alien invasives
Gal√°pagos Islands
595Mutualistic networks in the Galápagos under pressure from aliensAnnals of Botany Lecture - Anna TravesetTraveset, Anna.
553Native Fruits in Porto Alegre (RS): promoting the biodiversity with a websiteEducation and Outreach Köhler, Matias; Santos, Estela; Brack, Paulo.Education
Biodiversity
Plant Blindness
Native Fruits
Digital Media
479Natural history collections data and Biodiversity Literacy in Undergraduate Education (BLUE)Education and Outreach Monfils, Anna K; Linton, Debra; Ellwood, Elizabeth; Phillips, Molly.Biodiversity
Education
digitized herbarium data
Herbaria
166New fossils from the Battery Point Formation of Gaspé (Quebec, Canada) expand the anatomical diversity of Early Devonian euphyllophytesPaleobotanyBickner, Maya; Toledo, Selin; Tomescu, Alexandru.euphyllophyte
fossil
Paleobotany
Devonian
Canada
tracheophyte
anatomy
xylem
stele
Emsian
279New Late Permian permineralized glossopterid ovules from the Nimrod Glacier region, AntarcticaPaleobotanyPosey, Nyshele; Ryberg, Patricia Elizabeth.Permian
glossopterids
ovule
Antarctica
292Newly Identified plant fossils from the Miocene Brandywine flora of Maryland, U.S.APaleobotanyStults, Debra; Axsmith, Brian J..Brandywine Formation
Late Miocene
Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain
475New whole plant reconstructions from Patagonia shed light on the biology, phylogeny, and biogeography of the conifer family CheirolepidiaceaePaleobotanyESCAPA, IGNACIO HERNAN; Leslie, Andrew B.Jurassic
Cheirolepidiaceae
Pararaucaria
conifers
Patagonia
99Next-Gen Sequencing for Next-Gen Biomonitoring: Using a Community Metabarcoding Approach to Assess Species Diversity for Lichen-forming FungiBryology and LichenologyWright, Benjamin; Leavitt, Steven; ST CLAIR, LARRY L.Fungal Barcoding
Great Basin
Inventories
MiSeq
ITS
30Next Generation Research Uses of Biodiversity CollectionsConference WideGropp, Robert.
212Niches, distribution and natural history: towards understanding the drivers of diversification of Memecylon (Melastomataceae)SystematicsAmarasinghe, Prabha; Cellinese, Nico.Memecylon
Melastomataceae
ecological niche models
phylogeny
biogeography
34Nitrogen uptake and foliar distribution during heavy metal accumulation by young Chromolaena odorata plantsPhysiology & EcophysiologyOmoregie, Gloria; Ikhajiagbe, Beckley; Anoliefo, Geoffrey.Phytoremediation
nitrogen assimilation
heavy metals
Chromolaena odorata
nitrate
ammonium
443North American Clematis: An investigation into phylogeny, taxonomy, and biogeographySystematicsHarris, Jesse; Shaw, Joey; Morris, Ashley B..phylogenetics
Systematics
Ranunculaceae
320North Central Texas Holocene Plant Community ReconstructionPaleobotanyGreen, Tom.climate
Holocene
Palynology
Phytolith
Pollen
Texas
206Notes on wetland and riverine species of the liverwort Fossombronia RaddiBryology and LichenologyCRANDALL-STOTLER, BARBARA.parámo
limestone habitats
Pastaza Watershed Ecuador
Fossombronia peruviana
Fossombronia texana
new species
202One Cone, Two Genders: A bisexual cordaitean from the Late Pennsylvanian of IowaPaleobotanyRaymond, Anne; Costanza, Suzanne.bisexual Cordaitean cone
Late Pennsylvanian
gnetalean
phylogeny
evolution
445One fungus-two lichens: Dendriscocaulon intricatulum is the cyanomorph of the Eastern North American endemic Ricasolia quercizans (Lobariaceae)Bryology and LichenologyParker, Dinah; Goffinet, Bernard.chloromorph
photomorphs
photosymbiodemes
Peltigerales
symbiont
morphological plasticity
DNA barcodes
Taxonomic revision
cyanobacteria 
215On the origin of the two putative allopolyploids, Opuntia curvispina and O. martiniana, a case of cryptic speciation in prickly pear cactiSystematicsMajure, Lucas Charles.Cactaceae
Hybridization
Mojave Desert
Opuntia
Polyploidy
527Open DiscussionA Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network for the USBarkworth, Mary; Buckley, Steve.national herbarium network
Symbiota
442Opened cabinets, opened minds: using digitized herbaria for botany outreach and education in VirginiaEducation and Outreach Weeks, Andrea.Herbaria
Systematics
Crowd-sourcing
Project-based learning
136Options for Supporting the Biological Collections Community with Specify Software for the long runBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationBeach, James (Jim).databases
cyberinfrastructure
business model
Specify Software
open source
377Organelle genome inheritances in Deparia ferns (Athyriaceae, Aspleniineae, Polypodiales)PteridologyKuo, Li-Yaung; Tang, Te-Yen; Chiou, Wen-Liang; Li, Fay-Wei; Huang, Yao-Moan; Wang, Chun-Neng.
65Origin of the decaploid Oregon endemic Fragaria cascadensis (Rosaceae)PhylogenomicsDillenberger, Markus S.; Liston, Aaron.target capture sequencing
Fragaria
Systematics
hybrid speciation
164Orthologfinder: A newly developed automated orthology prediction tool -A case study analyzing the transcriptomes of actinorhizal plants-PhylogenomicsBattenberg, Kai; Lee, Ernest K.; Chiu, Joanna C.; Berry, Alison M.; Potter, Daniel.Orthology
Bioinformatics
Ceanothus
Datisca
242Outstanding Botanical Gardens in North America: Does Excellence in Informal Botanical Instruction Accompany the USA Today Readers’ Choice Award Winners? Education and Outreach Clary, Renee.botanical garden
informal education
botanical signage
55Palaeobotanical Redux: Revisiting the age of the AngiospermsMacroevolutionHERENDEEN, PATRICK S; Friis, Else Marie; Pedersen, Kaj Raunsgaard; Crane, Peter.Angiosperm
Paleobotany
Mesozoic
375Paleoenvironmental insights into a Maastrichtian coniferous coastal ecosystem on the western margin of the Western Interior Seaway of North AmericaCampanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayMatsunaga, Kelly K.S.; Smith, Selena; Sheldon, Nathan.Cretaceous
carbon isotope
fossil
conifer
western interior seaway
paleoenvironment
CO2
62Partial Update on the Desecheo Island FloraEcologyGarcía-Cancel, Juan Giberto; Swinnerton, Kirsty; Albarracín, Ricardo; Feliciano, Armando; Figuerola-Hernández, Cielo; Silander, Susan.Desecheo Island
Plant species composition
Puerto Rico
Island Flora
277Patterns of phylogenetic diversity based on alternative taxonomic sampling and tree reconstruction strategies: a case study from FloridaEcologyJantzen, Johanna; Whitten, Mark W.; Neubig, Kurt M.; Majure, Lucas Charles; Soltis, Douglas E.; SOLTIS, PAMELA S..Community Phylogenetics
Phylogenetic Diversity
phylogeny
287Patterns of plastome degradation in the Aeginetieae clade of Orobanchaceae mirror those in mycorrhizal heterotrophs of OrchidaceaeComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsRandle, Christopher P.; Yu, Wen-Bin; Morawetz, Jeffery; Barrett, Craig; dePamphilis, Claude.Orobanchaceae
plastome
parasitic plant
evolution
Aeginetieae
500Penstemon caryi: Conservation genetics in a rare endemic speciesConservation BiologyWard, Alex; Stone, Benjamin; WOLFE, ANDREA D.Penstemon
endemic
AFLP
microsatellites
516Petiole length in Boerhavia (Nyctaginaceae) approximates the Golden RatioAnatomy and MorphologyWilliams, Justin Kirk.Phyllotaxy
Golden Ratio
321Phenotypic plasticity at different life history stages of the invasive spotted knapweed (Centaurea stoebe)EcologyAkin-Fajiye, Morodoluwa.
193Photosynthetic action spectra of etiolated beans during greeningPhysiology & EcophysiologyKriss, Tayler J; Maricle, Brian R..Photosynthetic action spectra
photochemistry
485Phylogenetic analyses of Pinus subsect. Cembroides Engelm. from multi-locus dataSystematicsMontes Montiel, José Rubén; Sebastian Gernandt, David.phylogeny
Pines
HybSeq
Genome skimming
501Phylogenetic reconstruction of Mentzelia section Bicuspidaria (Loasaceae) based on plastid and nuclear ribosomal DNA sequencesSystematicsBrokaw, Joshua; Schenk, John J.; Devitt, Jessica; Almogabar, Dylan.Mentzelia
Bicuspidaria
phylogeny
540Phylogenetic relationships among annual species of Alyssum (Brassicaceae): origin of putative allopolyploid A. siculumSystematicsCetlov√°, Veronika; ҆lenker, Marek; Melich√°rkov√°, Andrea; Zozomov√°, Judita; Marhold, Karol; ҆paniel, Stanislav.
327Phylogenetic relationships and growth form evolution in the Central American palm genus Brahea Mart. ex EndlSystematicsKing, Loren; Fama, Nicole; Barrett, Craig F..Arecaceae
palms
low copy
nuclear
phylogenetics
tree
plant growth
80Phylogenetic relationships of Deprea: New insights into the evolutionary history of physaloid groupsSystematicsDeanna, Rocio; Barboza, Gloria Estela; Carrizo García, Carolina.phylogeny
evolutionary history
physaloids
neotropical species
Solanaceae
Deprea
346Phylogenetic Relations within the Grammitid ORT Clade (Polypodiaceae)PteridologySirimalwatta, V.N.S.; Morden, C. W.; Ranker, T. A.; Sundue, M.A.; Chen, Chen-Wei; Kuo, Li-Yaung.Grammitids
ORT clade
Monophyletic
Polyphyletic
424Phylogenetics and expression of CYCLOIDEA-like genes in GoodeniaceaeEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Han, Jiahong; Berger, Brent; ricigliano, vincent; Shepherd, Kelly; Tong, Jingjing; Thompson, Veronica; Lim, Aedric; Howarth, Dianella.Floral symmetry
CYCLOIDEA
Goodeniaceae
qPCR
gene expression
91Phylogenomics and evolution of New World milkweed vines (Gonolobinae) and resurrection of Chthamalia: a genome skimming and targeted enrichment approachSystematicsMcDonnell, Angela Jean; Fishbein, Mark.phylogenetics
phylogenomics
milkweeds
vines
taxonomy
233Phylogenomics in Cactaceae: A case study using the chollas (Cylindropuntieae, Opuntioideae, Cactaceae) reveals a common pattern out of the Chihuahuan DesertPhylogenomicsMajure, Lucas Charles; Baker, Marc; Cloud-Hughes, Michelle; Salywon, Andrew; Neubig, Kurt M..Chihuahuan Desert
Cactaceae
chollas
Cylindropuntia
Grusonia
Opuntioideae
plastome
biogeography
morphological evolution
519Phylogenomics of high-elevation genera of Andean VaccinieaePhylogenomicsOrtiz, Edgardo M.; Simpson, Beryl B..Ericaceae
Vaccinieae
blueberry
phylogenomics
phylogenetics
chloroplast
mitochondrion
nuclear ribosomal cistron
Genome skimming
397Phylogenomics of the phaseoloid and millettioid legumes using a target enrichment approachPhylogenomicsVatanparast, Mohammad; Powell, Adrian; Sherman-Broyles, Sue; Doyle, Jeff; Egan, Ashley N..Hyb-Seq
Polyploidy
Whole Genome Duplication
transcriptomes
beans
180Phylogeny, classification, and biogeography of Jacarandeae (Bignoniaceae)SystematicsRagsac, Audrey; Lucia, Lohmann; Olmstead, Richard.molecular systematics
phylogeny
classification
Jacarandeae
Bignoniaceae
biogeography
186Phylogeny and divergence times of the Neotropical palm tribe EuterpeaeSystematicsPichardo, Fritz Jose; Roncal, Julissa.Euterpeae
phylogeny
molecular dating
palms
Neotropics
395Phylogeny informs evolutionary classification of Physcia (Physciaceae), a diverse genus of foliose lichensBryology and LichenologyDistefano, Isabel; Clement, Wendy L; Esslinger, Theodore; Leavitt, Steven; Lumbsch, Thorsten.
85Phylogeny of Plantagineae (Plantaginaceae, Lamiales)SystematicsShipunov, Alexey; Alonso, José Luis Fernández; Hassemer, Gustavo; Ji Lee, Hye; Sean, Alp.Plantago
Littorella
Aragoa
phylogeny
biogeography
451Phylogeographic study of Pinus ponderosa & P. jeffreyiBiogeographyBarfield, Keri; Williams, Dean; Kroh, Glenn.biogeography
pine
California
356Phylogeography, genetic diversity and population structure in Oxalis sect. Palmatifoliae, a Patagonian endemic groupBiogeographyLopez, Alicia; Bonasora, Marisa.Oxalis
Patagonia
ISSR-markers
262Phytoremediation: A plant-based solution for environmental problems of crude oil-contamination on soils EcologyOyedeji, Ayodele Adelusi; Kayode, Joshua; Besenyei, Lynn; Fullen, Michael A..Fabaceae
crude oil
contamination
Phytoremediation
re-vegetation
185Plant Diversity in Mt. Malindang, Southern Philippines: From Research to DevelopmentConservation BiologyAmoroso, Victor; Rufila, Lilibeth; Coritico, Fulgent.Inventory
PLANTS
conservation
Philippines
599Plant Evolution in a Human-altered WorldAddress of the BSA President-Elect - Loren RiesebergRieseberg, Loren.
4Planting Inquiry in Science ClassroomsConference WideUno, Gordon; Adams, Catrina; Sundberg, Marshall.science practices
teaching
inquiry
student-centered learning
132Plant Nanobionic Protection from Abiotic Stress Enhances the Light and Carbon Reactions of Photosynthesis in ArabidopsisPhysiology & EcophysiologyWU, HONGHONG; Tito, Nicolas; Giraldo, Juan Pablo.abiotic stress
cerium oxide nanoparticles
chloroplast
photosynthesis
plant nanobionics
329Plant Species Checklist for Fish Lake Field Station (Eastern Michigan University)Biodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationBunker, Marguerite; McDermott, Amber; Hanes, Margaret Mae.Symbiota
Michigan
Field Station
Digitization
Species Checklist
508Plant species richness and community composition along an elevation gradient on an isolated cloud forest volcanoTropical BiologyMarsico, Travis; Berríos, Hazel; Coronado, Indiana.Dry forest
cloud forest
montane forest
species richness
388Plastid genome evolution in the holomycotrophic genus Hexalectris RafPhylogenomicsBarrett, Craig; Kennedy, Aaron.mycoheterotrophy
plastome
parasite
phylogenetics
pseudogene
genome size
465Playing the taxonomic cupid: Matching incomplete species of Clusia (Clusiaceae)Tropical BiologyLujan, Manuel A.Clusia
taxonomy
Systematics
dioecy
194Ploidy variation in eastern North American Fraxinus SystematicsWHITTEMORE, ALAN THOMAS; Campbell, Julian; Atha, Daniel.Fraxinus
Oleaceae
ash 
Polyploidy
541Pollination Ecology of Himalayan alpine ginger (Roscoea species) in Nepal HimalayaReproductive ProcessesPaudel, Babu; Li, Qing-Jun.Alpine ginger
coevolution
Nepal Himalayas
phenotypic selection
pollination syndrome
Roscoea
198Pollination ecology of the endangered Hawaiian tree species Hibiscus waimeae subsp. hannerae (Malvaceae)Reproductive ProcessesDeans, Susan; Walsh, Seana.Hibiscus waimeae subsp. hannerae
pollination
moth pollination
novel pollinators
nectar thieves
breeding system
endangered
endemic
Kaua Ľi
Hawai Ľi
conservation
505Polyploidy and diversity in Phlox: genome size variation in tetraploid P. nana Nutt. (Polemoniaceae)SystematicsLadner, Jamie; Mayfield, Mark H.; Prather, L. Alan; Ferguson, Carolyn J..chromosome number
cytotype
flow cytometry
Phlox
Polemoniaceae
Polyploidy
47Polyploidy and the relationship between leaf structure and function: implications for correlated evolution of anatomy, morphology, and physiology in BrassicaMacroevolutionBaker, Robert (Rob) L.; Yarkhunova, Yulia; Vidal, Katherine; Ewers, Brent; Weinig, Cynthia.Brassica
Polyploidy
phenotypic integration
leaf anatomy
leaf morphology
leaf physiology
Hybridization
Whole Genome Duplication
69Polystely and Monostely RevisitedAnatomy and MorphologySEAGO, JAMES L.Polystely
Monostely
Plant Anatomy
74Population Genetic Analysis of Invasive Kudzu (Pueraria montana var. lobata) throughout Asia and the United StatesPopulation Genetics/GenomicsHaynsen, Matthew; Vatanparast, Mohammad; Luxian, Liu; Cheng-Xin, Fu; Crandall, Keith A.; Egan, Ashley N..kudzu
Pueraria montana var. lobata
GBS
invasion genetics
455Population Genetics and Pollinator Ecology of Vaccinium in the Dominican RepublicPopulation Genetics/GenomicsRodiguez, Rosa; Bastardo, Ruth; Manzueta, Katherine; Fern√°ndez, Josue; Carreras, Rosanna; Kron, Paul.Dominican Republic
Vaccinium
Ericaceae
pollination
population genetics
Conservation genetics
120Population genomics and gene flow of the dominant arctic moist tundra sedge, tussock cottongrass (Eriophorum vaginatum), in the context of local adaptation and climate changePopulation Genetics/GenomicsMOODY, MICHAEL LEE; Mohl, Jonathon; Fetcher, Ned; Tang, Jim; Stunz, Elizabeth.Arctic
population structure
gene flow
Eriophorum
adaptation
89Population genomics in the native grass Panicum halliiPopulation Genetics/GenomicsPalacio-Mejía, Juan Diego; Haque, Taslima; Ortiz, Edgardo M.; Juenger, Thomas E..ddRAD
Genetic structure
population structure
Local adaptation
145Population Genomics of the Rock Gnome Lichen (Cetradonia linearis) Characterized by Low Rates of Recombination and Strong Isolation by DistanceBryology and LichenologyAllen, Jessica; McKenzie, Sean; Sleith, Robin; Alter, Elizabeth.conservation
Fungal Reproduction
biogeography
83Potential and limits of automated plant identification based on visual data, feedbacks from the development of Pl@ntNet initiativeGreen digitization: online botanical collections data answering real-world questions Bonnet, Pierre; Alexis, Joly; Herv√©, Go√ęau; Jean-Christophe, Lombardo; Antoine, Affouard; Sen, Wang; Remi, Knaff; Jean-Fran√ßois, Molino; Daniel, Barth√©l√©my.Plant identification
multimedia content analysis
mobile computing
476Predicting phenotypic and genotypic response of the dominant prairie grass Andropogon gerardii to climate in Central US GrasslandsBiogeographyAlsdurf, Jacob; Johnson, Loretta C.; Galliart, Matt; Knapp, Mary; Smith, Adam.intraspecific
phenotype
species distribution modeling
genotype
climate change
Andropogon gerardii
187Predicting Plant Responses to Climate Change in a Biodiversity HotspotBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationWilliams, Tanisha; Schlichting, Carl; Holsinger, Kent.climate change
flowering times
herbarium specimens
collections
phenology
temperature
precipitation
South Africa
Pelargonium
Biodiversity
121Preliminary investigations of the effects of herbivory on the carnivorous plant Sarracenia alata by the specialist herbivore Exyra semicrocea Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsCarmickle, Rachel; Horner, John.carnivory
herbivory
141Primary producers in the Lower Devonian Rhynie chert: Cyanobacteria and eukaryotic microalgaePaleobotanyKrings, Michael; Harper, Carla J; Taylor, Edith L.Devonian
Rhynie chert
Cyanobacteria
Algae
Microbial mat
Ecology
265Quantifying induced susceptibility effects in soybean-aphid interactionSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsNeupane, Surendra; Nepal, Madhav P.; Ma, Qin; Mathew, Febina; Varenhorst, Adam.Induced susceptibility effect 
Soybean-Aphid interaction
gene expression
RNA seq
qPCR
Soybean cyst nematode (SCN)
411Quantitative ethno-botanical analysis and conservation issues of medicinal flora from Alpine and Sub-alpine, Hindukush region of PakistanEthnobotanyJan, Dr. Gul.Medicinal Plants
109Rapid enhancement of biodiversity occurrence records using unconventional herbarium specimen dataBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPearson, Katelin P..Biodiversity
species distributions
digitized herbarium data
associated species
420Rapid evolution in a disturbed environment: evolutionary response of native grass Andropogon virginicus to heavy metals in an abandoned mine site.Molecular EcologySharpe, Samantha Lipson; Johnson, Loretta C.; Bello, Nora; Galliart, Matt; Parrish, Olivia.Local adaptation
evolutionary history
478Rechinger’s Rumex: taxonomy and plant sex revisitedSystematicsBurke, Janelle; GRANT, KIRSTIE; Mansaray, Janet.dioecy
Polygonaceae
sorrel
dock
Sex chromosomes
521Reconstructing a Late Cretaceous woodland flora from southern Laramidia using fossil leaves and woodCampanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayBoucher, Lisa.Cretaceous
Campanian
paleoecology
fossil wood
leaf macrofossil
landscape heterogeneity
New Mexico
Laramidia
Fruitland Formation
Kirtland Formation
438Reconstructing plant communities using DNA metabarcoding4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentNichols, Ruth; Heintzman, Pete; Wang, Yue; Newsom, Lee; Belmechari, Soumaya; Green, Edward; Vollmers, Christopher; Shapiro, Beth.DNA
Metabarcoding
Metagenomics
Barcoding
Plant community analysis
151Reconstructing the evolution of the aquatic habit in Neotropical Ludwigia (Onagraceae). What could this group tell us about the impact of Andean uplift in the evolution of aquatic plants in Northern South America?SystematicsBedoya, Ana Maria; Madri√Ī√°n, Santiago; Olmstead, Richard.Aquatic plants
Neotropics
biogeography
Andean uplift
492Relationships within the wheat tribe Triticeae (Poaceae): phylogenetic trees based on chloroplast genomes and 150 nuclear lociPhylogenomicsMason-Gamer, Roberta J.; White, Dawson.Hyb-Seq
targeted sequence enrichment
phylogenomics
Gramineae
304Research and management applications of online collection data: a case study of prairie fen biodiversityBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPeters, ShaunAnn; Hendrick, Lillian; Henry, Krystal; Hackett, Rachel A; Monfils, Anna K; Gilbert, Edward; Nelson, Gil; Cuthrell, David; Monfils, Michael J; Cahill, Blake C; Belitz, Michael W.Biodiversity
collections
online
application
digital dataset
125Resin duct investment across space and time in west Texas pinesEcologyLindberg, Erik; Ferrenberg, Scott; Schwilk, Dylan W.bark beetles
sky islands
Pinus
defense
244Resolving evolutionary relationships within Lycium (Solanaceae) using RAD-Seq dataSystematicsVoronina, Veronica; Levin, Rachel Ann; Miller, Jill S..Lycium
Solanaceae
RAD-Seq
phylogenetics
gender dimorphism
Polyploidy
158Resolving the Phylogeny of the Cosmopolitan Genus Stellaria L. (Caryophyllaceae) Using ddRADseqSystematicsSharples, Mathew T.; Tripp, Erin A..Caryophyllaceae
Stellaria
RADseq
phylogenetics
174Revisionary Florula of Anthurium Section Cardiolonchium in Carchi Province, EcuadorSystematicsCroat, Thomas; Guan, Clarice.Taxonomic description
Tropical biodiversity
Anthurium sect. Cardiolonchium
Ecuador
97Robert Kral's Development as a Botanist and his Role as Teacher and MentorKral-ing Through Time: The Impact of Robert Kral on the Past, Present, and Future of Botany in the Southeastern U.SCarter, J. Richard.
365Robert Kral's Legacy: Botanical Diversity, Conservation, and New TaxaKral-ing Through Time: The Impact of Robert Kral on the Past, Present, and Future of Botany in the Southeastern U.SKeener, Brian.Kral
Xyridaceae
Xyris
new taxa
259Robert Kral and the History of Alabama BotanyKral-ing Through Time: The Impact of Robert Kral on the Past, Present, and Future of Botany in the Southeastern U.SDAVENPORT, LAWRENCE J.Kral
Alabama
botanical history
480Rooted in the Islands: Documenting changes in the flora of the archipelago of Bahía de Los Ángeles, MexicoBiogeographyVanderplank, Sula; Talley, Drew; Zatarain Gonzalez, Jes√ļs.Baja California
invasive plant
native species
437Scaling down and re-scaling up, using a comprehensive regional conservation approach to enhance national and international plant conservation strategies – a case study from South FloridaBig Data and the Conservation of North America's FloraGann, George D..regional conservation
South Florida
Everglades
48Seasonal variation, soil associations, and geographical distribution in Hexalectris orchidsEcologyBrown Marsden, Margaret.Hexalectris
orchid
soil associations
climate
conservation
biogeography
49Seed Your Future — Inspiring the Next Generation to Ensure a Qualified WorkforceEducation and Outreach Yoder, Susan E..Education
Youth
Workforce
Botanists
Workforce Development
Seed Your Future
289Selection of students for team-building field research projects: tree canopy biodiversity in the Great Smoky Mountains National ParkEducation and Outreach Keller, Harold W.; Byerley Best, Brooke.recruitment
Education
students
team-building
methods
272Shifts in community composition, but not richness, of ectomycorrhizal fungi are driven by host identity and cover soils on mine reclamation sitesSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsScott, Natalie; Karst, Justin; Pec, Gregory; Landhausser, Simon.Ectomycorrhizal fungi
Plant species composition
symbiosis
Soil environment
Restoration
343Significance and Systematic Assignment Of Early Platanoid Fossil Woods from the McRae FormationPaleobotanyParrott, Joan; Upchurch, Jr., Garland.platanoid
Angiosperm woods
363Significant unsuspected genomic innovation in Funaria: is ecophysiological selection driving the evolution of the Funariaceae?Bryology and LichenologyRahmatpour, Nasim; Goffinet, Bernard; Wegrzyn, Jill.Mosses
transcriprome
597Small seeds are more sensitive to phytotoxic effects of an essential oil during germinationPhysiology & EcophysiologyKŲhler, Matias; Soares, Geraldo Luis Gon√ßalves.
385Snap-Trap Flowers of the Orchid Genus Porroglossum (Pleurothallidinae): a Kinematics Study Evaluated in the Context of Phylogenetics using GBS DataSystematicsMcDaniel, James; Cameron, Kenneth.Orchidaceae
Pleurothallidinae
genotyping by sequencing (GBS)
kinematics
phylogenetic signal
R
236Soil chemistry patterns in an edaphic endemism hotspot: the pebble plains of the San Bernardino Mountains, CaliforniaEcologyBurge, Dylan; Stoughton, Thomas; Jolles, Diana.edaphic endemism
Ecology
Rare Plants
Transverse Ranges
California
San Bernardino Mountains
soil endemism
island biogeography
alpine
clay soils
frost heave
117Soil crusts, vascular plants and disturbance in Northern Rocky Mountain grasslandsBryology and LichenologySlate, Mandy; Callaway, Ragan; Pearson, Dean.soil crust
grasslands
native species
exotic species
plant recruitment
disturbance
413Solving taxonomic puzzles in Hyobanche (Orobanchaceae)SystematicsWOLFE, ANDREA D.Hyobanche
Orobanchaceae
morphometrics
taxonomy
245Source identification of western Oregon Douglas-fir using wood molecular abundance data and SNPsClassical GeneticsFinch, Kristen; Cronn, Richard.Douglas-fir
Pseudotsuga
Metabolites
provenance
wood identification
genomics
SNPs
random forests
294Spatially explicit population viability analysis using species distribution modeling for an island endemic cactus species of Baja California SurBiogeographyBreslin, Peter.geospatial analysis
species distributions
Rare Plants
conservation
biogeography
173Species in the lichenized fungal genus Sticta (Lobariaceae) associate with green algae from multiple genera in the family TrebouxiophyceaeBryology and LichenologyLindgren, Hanna; Moncada, Bibiana; Luecking, Robert; Magain, Nicolas; Simon, Antoine; Serusiaux, Emmanuel; Goffinet, Bernard; Widhelm, Todd; Lumbsch, Thorsten.lichens
green algae
symbiosis
252Spectacular receptacular nectar tubes of Pelargonium (Geraniaceae): Development, length variation, and histologyAnatomy and MorphologyTsai, Tim; Diggle, Pam; Frye, Henry; Jones, Cynthia.
459Spectral profiles of plants: Integrating multiple dimensions of biodiversity4D Botany of the Anthropogenic EnvironmentSchweiger, Anna K.; Cavender-Bares, Jeannine.Biodiversity
spectroscopy
plant function
591Sphaerophragmium, a new holomorph for Uredo dalbergiae? and a common pathogen of Shisham tree in PakistanMycologyNiazi, Abdul Rehman; Sehar Afshan, Najam Ul; Ishaq, Aamna.Dalbergia sissoo
Pakistan
370Spore size, sporangium size, plant architecture, and the evolution of plant reproductive allocation over the DevonianPaleobotanyBonacorsi, Nikole; Leslie, Andrew B.Devonian
heterospory
sporangium
euphyllophytes
lycophytes
142Statistical Modeling of Areas of Endemism: a Markov Random Field approachBiogeographySalinas, Nelson R.; Wheeler, Ward C..areas of endemism
geographic distributions
Hidden Markov Random Fields
biogeography
168Status, Habitat, and Distribution of Schoenoplectiella hallii (Cyperaceae) in TexasConservation BiologyRylander, Haley; Taylor, Kim.Cyperaceae
Schoenoplectiella hallii
Rare Plants
conservation
Texas
24Strategic Planning for YOUR Herbarium—A Professional Development Opportunity brought to you by the Society of Herbarium Curators and iDigBioConference WideWeeks, Andrea; Mast, Austin; Jennings, David.herbarium
strategic planning
sustainability
402Streptanthus (Brassicaceae) as a model for the study of serpentine adaptation and endemismGeology and Plant Life: the growing legacy of Arthur KruckebergPepper, Alan; Hawkins, Angela; Garza, Elyssa; Ivalu, Cacho; Strauss, Sharon.Ultramafic
Caulanthus
QTL
Transcriptome
evolution
genomics
255Strict vertic clay endemic flora of the Inner South Coast Ranges, CaliforniaGeology and Plant Life: the growing legacy of Arthur KruckebergO'Dell, Ryan E..edaphic endemism
vertic clay
rare plant
saline-sodic
123Strychnos ignatii: an ethnobotanical study of a deadly bean from the Philippines to the last Medici Princess. EthnobotanyShannon, Olivia; Buchanan, Ashley; Krakos, Kyra.Strychnos ignatii
470Studies of the growth pattern, anatomy, ultrastructure, and nectar composition of the petal spur of Centranthus ruber (Valerianaceae)Anatomy and MorphologyMACK, JAIMIE-LEE K.; DAVIS, ARTHUR RALPH.Centranthus
cellular growth
nectar
spur
trichomes
235Sugars, stress, and sex-change: environmental sex determination in striped maplePhysiology & EcophysiologyBlake, Jennifer; Struwe, Lena.Acer
environmental sex determination
non-structural carbohydrates
reproduction
ecophysiology
379Survival of fragments from three boreal mosses to extreme temperaturesBryology and LichenologyPasiche Lisboa, Carlos Jose; Belland, Rene; Piercey-Normore, Michele D..
299Systematics and conservation status of the Hells Canyon rock cress (Brassicaceae)Conservation BiologyALLPHIN, LOREEN; Li, Fay-Wei; Windham, Michael D..Boechera
Brassicaceae
conservation
Systematics
microsatellites
423Systematics and Evolution of Chusquea subg. Rettbergia (Poaceae: Bambusoideae: Bambuseae)SystematicsClark, Lynn; Mota, Aline; Vidal, Kaio Vinicius de Araujo; Oliveira, Reyjane Patricia de.Atlantic forest
Chusqueinae
Neotropical woody bamboos
190Systematics of Forest Sedges Carex section Laxiflorae (Cyperaceae)SystematicsDorey, Jenna; Naczi, Robert; Hoshino, Takuji.Carex
phylogeny
Cyperaceae
biogeography
302Systematics of the Arachnothryx complex (Guettardeae, Rubiaceae) SystematicsMont√ļfar, Alejandro Torres; Ochoterena, Helga.phylogeny
taxonomy
Rubiaceae
Arachnothryx
Rondeletia
427Systematics of the rock daisies (subtribe Perityleae; Asteraceae)SystematicsLichter Marck, Isaac H; Freyman, William; Schneider, Adam C; Baldwin, Bruce.Perityleae
Systematics
evolution
216Tasting the Tree of Life: A collaborative, campus-wide, science communication and meal eventEducation and Outreach Clement, Wendy L; Elliott, Kathryn T; Cordova-Hoyos, Okxana; Distefano, Isabel; Kearns, Kate; Kumar, Raagni; Leto, Ashley; Tumaliuan, Janis; Franchetti, Lauren; Mendes, Patrice; Roth, Karen; Osborn, Jeffrey M.Biodiversity
evolution
phylogeny
Plant Blindness
Science communication
Science Outreach
Tree of life
tree thinking
Science meal
175Tectonic, Climatic, and Mass Extinction Boundaries and the Paleo-Patagonian Diaspora Flora of Australasia, Southeast Asia, and the NeotropicsThe Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationWILF, PETER.Patagonia
Gondwana
biogeography
Asia
Podocarpaceae
Paleoclimate
leaf physiology
Niche conservatism
Rainforests
Cenozoic
Paleobotany
146Testing lichen transplant methods for conservation applications in the southern Appalachian Mountains, North CarolinaBryology and LichenologyAllen, Jessica.Translocation
Restoration
Assisted Migration
21Testing the abstract systemEducation and Outreach Cacanindin, Heather.
496Testing the roles of vertical transmission and drought stress in the prevalence of heritable fungal endophytes in annual grass populationsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsCavazos, Brittany; Miller, Tom.demography
fungal endophyte
mutualism
vertical transmission
symbiosis
lolium multiflorum
Epichloe
345The Angiosperm Wood Flora of the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) McRae Formation, South-Central New Mexico: Diversity and Significance Campanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayParrott, Joan; Upchurch, Jr., Garland.Angiosperm woods
340The aquatic macrophytes of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks: Floristic diversity and distribution patterns associated with water chemistryBiogeographyHellquist, C. Eric; Hellquist, C. Barre; Anderson, Heidi.Aquatic plants
Potamogetonaceae
Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Water chemistry
133The Aquilegia JAGGED homolog promotes proliferation of adaxial cell types in both leaves and stemsEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)MIN, YA; Kramer, Elena.Aquilegia 
cell proliferation 
flower morphogenesis 
JAGGED 
leaf morphology
polarity 
primordium initiation 
288The assessment of interspecific hybridization between Baptisia arachnifera and Baptisia lecontei using Sequence-Related Amplified Polymorphism (SRAP) markersHybrids and HybridizationHankins, Kayla; Brenek, Austin; Randle, Christopher P.; Pascarella, John.Baptisia
introgression
Hybridization
Sequence Related Amplified Polymorphism
183The biogeography of the flora of arid central Australia: a preliminary studyBiogeographyJobson, Peter.Australia
arid
Proteaceae
Myrtaceae
Poaceae
Malvaceae
temperate origin
tropical origin
267The conservation biology of Oreocarya crassipes (Boraginaceae), the Terlingua Creek Cat’s-EyeConservation BiologyCohen, Jim.Boraginaceae
Texas
Oreocarya
Heterostyly
6The Cornell University Plant Anatomy Collection: an online resource for teaching and researchConference WideGANDOLFO, MARIA A; NIXON, KEVIN C..Plant Anatomy
Slides
teaching
Research
Morphology
483The Costs and Benefits of Field Trips in Botany ClassesEducation and Outreach GRUBBS, KUNSIRI CHAW.field trips
experiential learning
460The current status of Aleuritopteris (Pteridaceae) based on recent molecular analyses. PteridologyHooper, Elisabeth A; Yatskievych, George; Huiet, Layne; Pryer, Kathleen; Windham, Michael D..Aleuritopteris
hemionitid
Cheilanthoid ferns
fern phylogeny
263The Ecology and Genetics of Adaptation and Speciation in Dune SunflowersGeology and Plant Life: the growing legacy of Arthur KruckebergOSTEVIK, KATE; ANDREW, ROSE; RIESEBERG, LOREN H.Local adaptation
speciation
Sand Dunes
Sunflowers
Helianthus
Genetics
QTL Mapping
Comparative mapping
Chromosomal Rearrangments
Reciprocal Transplants
264The effect of climate change and site on the above- and belowground bacterial endophytic communities of subalpine conifer seedlingsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsCarper, Dana; Carrell, Alyssa A.; Kueppers, Lara M.; Frank, A. Carolin.Endophytes
next generation sequencing
symbiosis
conifers
352The effect of light regime, climate and photosynthetic pathway on the distribution of vascular bundles in the grassesAnatomy and MorphologyGallaher, Timothy; Klahs, Phillip; Attigala, Lakshmi; Wysocki, William; Burke, Sean; Duvall, Mel; Clark, Lynn.Poaceae
Plant Anatomy
phylogeny
C4 photosynthesis
112The Effect of Polyploidy on Transcriptome Size and Dosage Responses in Natural and Synthetic PolyploidsComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsCoate, Jeremy; Doyle, Jeff.Polyploidy
Transcriptome
Gene Dosage Response
444The Effect of the Presence of the Invasive Daucus carota on the Pollination of the Native Sericocarpus asteroidesEcologyBallou, Steven Mike; Ramsey, Adam Joseph; Mandel, Jennifer R..Daucus
Seriocarpus
pollination
heterospecific
non-native
313The effects of elevated soil phosphorus and nitrogen on the health and reproduction of African fountain grass, Pennisetum setaceumEcologyMorrison, Glen R; Questad, Erin J.Pennisetum
fountain grass
invasive species
nitrogen
phosphorus
Hawaii
California
490The effects of genome size and polyploidy on pollen tube growth rate evolutionMacroevolutionReese, John; Williams, Joseph H..Character Evolution
Comparative Biology
Functional traits
Male Gametophyte
genome size
Polyploidy
165The effects of landscape design on pollinator abundance, water use, and net carbon footprintReproductive ProcessesBass, Heather; Belaire, Amy; Venhaus, Heather; Barfield, Keri.pollinators
carbon footprint
water use
urban landscape
landscape design
sustainability
127The effects of moss-dominated soil crusts on the native forb Gaillardia aristataBryology and LichenologyAromin, Alessandra; Slate, Mandy; Ryan, Hegstad; Callaway, Ragan.soil associations
Gaillardia aristata
468The Effects of Pollen Source on Pollination Success in Devil's Potato, Echites umbellatus (Apocynaceae): Measuring Fruit Set, Seed Number, and Seed QualityEcologyValdes, Imena; Nusrat, Maha; Villavicencio, Wendy; KOPTUR, SUZANNE.Apocynaceae
pollination
Pine Rocklands
Pollen Source
450The evolution of a botany program in response to a new educational environment, or “please don’t let my plant class go extinct”Education and Outreach Dertien, Joseph R..Education
Curriculum
student-centered learning
Project-based learning
Course-based research experiences
159The First Northern Hemisphere Macrofossil Record of Dacrycarpus (Podocarpaceae) from Miocene of Guiping Basin, Guangxi, South ChinaPaleobotanyWu, Xinkai; Liu, Xiaoyan; Kodrul, Tatiana; Quan, Cheng; Jin, Jianhua.Dacrycarpus 
Northern Hemisphere
Macrofossil
 Miocene 
Guiping Basin
South China
Podocarpaceae
135The Forgotten Fourth Trophic Level: Natural Enemies Influence the Success or Failure of Non-Native Invaders and Biological Control Agents EcologySchulz, Ashley; Lucardi, Rima; Marsico, Travis.biological control
enemy release
fourth trophic level
invasive species
natural enemies
600The Fortress, the River and the Garden: new metaphors for cultivating a symbiosis of indigenous and scientific knowledgesPlenary Address - Robin KimmererKimmerer, Robin.
153The fossil record of the Seaside Alder, and Alnus subgenus ClethropsisGetting everyone involved: Saving the seaside alderDUNN, MICHAEL.Alnus subgenus Clethropsis
Cenozoic
seaside alder
543The Geographically Disjunct Evolution of Ronnbergia and Wittmackia (Bromeliaceae) Across Three Neotropical Biodiversity HotspotsMacroevolutionSantoro, Julian Aguirre; Michelangeli, Fabian A.; Stevenson, Dennis.Bromeliaceae
Diversification
neotropical species
Hotspots of biodiversity
Ronnbergia
Wittmackia
448The Georgia seaside alder: conservation challenges and opportunitiesGetting everyone involved: Saving the seaside alderBorer, Catherine; Carver, Michelle.Alnus maritima
seaside alder
relictual species
Conservation Biology
461The Grasses and Grasslands of Madagascar: a multidisciplinary InvestigationTropical BiologyVorontsova, Maria S.; Nanjarisoa, Olinirina P.; Hackel, Jan; Besnard, Guillaume; Linder, Peter.Africa
Madagascar
Poaceae
bamboos
phylogenetics
Phylogenetic Diversity
Indian Ocean
taxonomy
Systematics
new species
conservation
land use
81The Influence of Genome Duplication on Brassicaceae and Rosaceae Communities Across the United States. EcologyGaynor, Michelle; Ng, Julienne; Laport, Robert.Community Phylogenetic
Polyploidy
349The interspecific difference in drought stress tolerance with transplants between two woody speciesPhysiology & EcophysiologyUmebayashi, Toshihiro; Utsumi, Yasuhiro; Sano, Yuzou.root pruning
transplant
xylem
embolism
422The late Campanian Jose Creek flora from New Mexico, a window into forest structure during the rise of angiospermsCampanian-Maastrichtian floras on Laramidia: vegetation trends west of the seawayContreras, Dori L.; Looy, Cindy; Upchurch, Jr., Garland; Mack, Greg.Campanian
Cretaceous
Flora
leaf macrofossil
New Mexico
113The Life and Legacy of Dr. Charles S. ParkerBotanical HistoryHarvey, Monique; Burke, Janelle.HBCU
Howard University
Minority science
76The Macrofungi Collection Consortium: Foundation for a Mycoflora of North AmericaGreen digitization: online botanical collections data answering real-world questions Thiers, Barbara.Digitization
Citizen Science
Fungi
482The Many Green Thumbs of Arthur KruckebergGeology and Plant Life: the growing legacy of Arthur KruckebergGage, Sarah.Washington State
Kruckeberg
conservation
Science communication
horticulture
public engagement
440The New World 'justicioid' lineage (Acanthaceae, Lamiales): A microcosm for understanding covariation of floral traits and pollination systems in a phylogenetic contextMacroevolutionKiel, Carrie A.; McDade, Lucinda; Fisher, Amanda; Tripp, Erin A..floral evolution
Acanthaceae
micromorphology 
ddRADseq
Justicia
517The Oregon Flora Project: adding value to a regional floristic datasetA Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network for the USHardison, Linda K..Digital Data
Symbiota
Herbarium networks
361The physiological pollutant effects on tropical/subtropical seagrass of diminution of light through turbidity, of temperature, of salinityPhysiology & EcophysiologyThorhaug, Anitra; Poulos, Helen Mills; Schwarz, Arthur; Berlyn, Graeme.Seagrass Temperature limits
Seagrass salinity limits
Seagrass light limits
Seagrass power plants
Tropical Atlantic Seagrass light limits
 Thalassia testudinum
Halodule wrightii
126The pollination and reproductive biology of Jacquemontia sandwicensisReproductive ProcessesShay, Kimberly; Drake, Donald.Jacquemontia sandwicensis
Hylaeus
pollination
breeding system
native species
novel interactions
100The Practical Importance of Multiple Networks in Aggregating Herbarium Data across the United StatesA Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network for the USNelson, Gil; Gilbert, Edward; Monfils, Anna K; Murrell, Zack; Rabeler, Richard; Sweeney, Patrick; Thiers, Barbara.Digital Data
Symbiota
SEINet
iDigBio
218The Presence of a Non-native Alters Pollinator Activity of a Native Plant Species on Nantucket Island, MassachusettsEcologyRamsey, Adam Joseph; Ballou, Steven Mike; Mandel, Jennifer R..Daucus carota
heterospecific
invasive species
pollination
Sericocarpus
wild carrot
367The Public Lands Flora: Building informatics systems to manage biodiversity in protected areasA Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network for the USBuckley, Steve.Bioinformatics
federal agency
digitized herbarium data
134The Quest for Common Ground: An Evaluation of Communication Effort between the Fields of Invasion Ecology and Biocontrol Using Bibliometric AnalysisEcologySchulz, Ashley; Lucardi, Rima; Marsico, Travis.biological control
interdisciplinary communication
invasion ecology
invasive species
46The responses of lichens and bryophytes to forest thinning regimes in montane forests of Alberta, CanadaBryology and LichenologyVitt, Dale; Finnegan, Laura; House, Melissa.lichens
bryophytes
timber harvest
ground layer
montane forest
13The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationThe Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationBartlett, Madelaine; Specht, Chelsea.
336The Role of Generalist Avian Frugivores in Determining the Distribution of the Mistletoe Phoradendron leucarpumEcologyFlanders, Nicholas; Walters, Eric; Randle, Christopher P.; Musselman, Lytton.mistletoe
seed dispersal
avian frugivore
species distribution
parasitic plant
504The role of hummingbirds, bats, and mountains in speciation among Bolivian Centropogon (Campanulaceae: Lobelioideae)SystematicsLagomarsino, Laura; Muchhala, Nathan.Hummingbird pollination
Bat pollination
Andes
Fieldwork
target capture
phylogeography
328The role of systematics, taxonomic concepts, and databases in conservationBig Data and the Conservation of North America's FloraWeakley, Alan.conservation
Taxonomic Concepts
Digitization
Bioinformatics
261The roles of morphological and molecular methods with regard to intraspecific circumscription in CactaceaeSystematicsBaker, Marc A.; Cloud-Hughes, Michelle; Majure, Lucas Charles.Cactaceae
Systematics
evolution
Morphology
molecular systematics
intraspecific
192The Stench of Science: Chemical Ecology Education with a Corpse FlowerEducation and Outreach Rork, Adam; Krakos, Kyra.Chemical ecology
Floral volatiles
SPME
Titan arum
Education
229The transcriptomic drivers of ecological divergence after recurrent allopolyploidization in Dactylorhiza (Orchidaceae)Hybrids and HybridizationWolfe, Thomas; Francisco, Balao Robles; Emiliano Trucchi, Trucchi; Maite, Lorenzo; Juliane, Baar; Ovidiu, Paun.Polyploidy
RNA-Seq
Differential gene expression
Homeolog expression bias
Expression level dominance
42The use and analysis of Paoenia officinalis from the records of Anna Maria Luisa de' Medici in the Medici archives in Florence, ItalyEthnobotanyCzapla, Grant; Krakos, Kyra; Buchanan, Ashley.Ethno botany
Medici
514The Vanderbilt University Herbarium: Honouring the Past, Looking to the FutureKral-ing Through Time: The Impact of Robert Kral on the Past, Present, and Future of Botany in the Southeastern U.SRehman, Tiana.herbarium
167The Vascular Flora of Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, Llano and Gillespie Counties, Texas, U.S.AEcologyTaylor, Kim; O'Kennon, Robert.Enchanted Rock
floristics
Texas
139The Windyfield chert (Lower Devonian, Scotland): Exceptional preservation of chytrid-like fungi and fungal interactions with charophytesPaleobotanyHarper, Carla J; Krings, Michael; Taylor, Edith L.fossil fungi
green algae
interactions
Chytridiomycota
parasitism
Rhynie chert
362The winning strategy: pollinator-mediated convergent floral shape evolution in tropical legumes of the genus ErythrinaMacroevolutionBilbao, Gonzalo; Joly, Simon; Bruneau, Anne.floral evolution
pollination
Leguminosae
Geometric morphometrics
3Tips for Success: Applying to Graduate SchoolConference WideMonfils, Anna K; Sakai, Ann.
25Title: Cutting the cord – a workshop for computer-free presentation skillsConference WideMcDaniel, James; Povilus, Rebecca.Presentation skills
Workshop
472Toward a complete subtribal plastome phylogeny of ApocynaceaeSystematicsStraub, Shannon; Boutte, Julien; Livshultz, Tatyana; Simoes, Andre; Foote, Abbey; Kostovic, Katarina; Chung, Charmaine; Fishbein, Mark.Apocynaceae
plastome
phylogeny
Genome skimming
54Towards a molecular phylogeny of the tribe Griffineae (Amaryllidaceae)SystematicsMeerow, Alan W.; Campos-Rocha Neto, Antonio; Garcia, Nicolas; Reeve, Andrew; Dutilh, Julie H..molecular systematics
Griffineae
nrDNA
Brazilian endemics
137Transcriptional Profiles of In Vivo Fertilized Rice Gametes (Oryza sativa L)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsRUSSELL, SCOTT D; Anderson, Sarah; Jones, Daniel; Chesnut, Joshua; Johnson, Cameron; Khanday, Imtiyaz; Sundaresan, V; Gou, Xiaoping.rice
zygote
Transcriptome
embryogenesis
466Transcriptome-based phylogeny of BAWN (Acanthaceae)SystematicsArias, Josh D.; Tripp, Erin A.; Zhuang, Yongbin; Fisher, Amanda E..Transcriptome
Acanthaceae
De novo assembly
529Transcriptome analysis of sexual, apomictic, and parthenogenetic genotypes in Erigeron (Asteraceae)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsVIRE, JAMES; NOYES, RICHARD DAVID.Asteraceae
Transcriptome
Bioinformatics
Erigeron
apomixis
103Transcriptome profiling of Desmos chinesis: Revealing the molecular basis of dipartite perianth evolution in the early-divergent angiosperm family AnnonaceaeEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Leung, Amy Wing-Sze; Kim, Sangtae; Lim, Boon Leong; Saunders, Richard Mark Kingsley.Transcriptomics
RNAseq
Annonaceae
Dipartite perianth evolution
gene expression
394Transcriptomes analysis of independently derived fleshy fruit in SolanaceaeEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Maheepala, Dinusha; Rajewski, Alex; Henry, Ashley; Elkins, Kevan; Litt, Amy.evodevo
transcriptomes
Fruit
Solanaceae
50tRNA Interaction Network Sheds Light on the Origin of ChloroplastPhylogenomicsLawrence, Travis Joseph; Ardell, David H.Chloroplast Progenitor
tRNA
Machine Learning
Cyanobacteria
257Two new species of Inocybe sect. Rimosae from pine dominating forests of western Himalayas, PakistanSystematicsSaba, Malka; Pfister, Donald H.; Khalid, Abdul Nasir; Matheny, P. Brandon.Ectomycorrhizal fungi
Western Himalayas
Pinus roxburghii
Pinus wallichiana
270Understanding morphological diversity in Chresta (Asteraceae, Vernonieae) and its relationship with other Vernonieae subtribesPhylogenomicsSiniscalchi, Carolina Moriani; Loeuille, Benoit; Pirani, Jose Rubens; Mandel, Jennifer R..Compositae
phylogeny
target capture
Chrestinae
418Understanding the molecular basis of transgressive phenotypes in rice: A case study on novel dehydration stress tolerance mechanisms in recombinant inbred lines derived from dehydration-sensitive parentsClassical GeneticsGendron, Jake; Pabuayon, Isaiah; Kitazumi, Ai; Karampudi, Bhushan; Pal Kaur, Pushpinder; Cushman, Kevin; Singh, R.K.; Gregorio, Glenn; de los Reyes, Benildo.
203University of Kansas paleobotany collections: An inventory of geological and paleobotanical diversityPaleobotanySerbet, Rudolph; Taylor, Edith L.collections
Paleobotany
Kansas
fossil plants
Antarctica
456Untangling the passionflowers II: Geometric morphometrics in Passiflora section DysosmiaSystematicsSvoboda, Harlan; Ballard, Harvey.Passiflora
Passifloraceae
morphometrics
Fourier
Procrustes
passionflowers
shape
414Update on phylogenetics of Penstemon (Plantaginaceae) from high throughput sequence dataSystematicsWOLFE, ANDREA D; Blischak, Paul; Wenzel, Aaron; Kubatko, Laura.Penstemon
Plantaginaceae
High-throughput sequencing
phylogenetics
Adaptive radiation
57Urban island forests: a possible laboratory of human impact on natureEducation and Outreach Rice, Stanley; Dyer, Jacob.urban forests
tree mortality
Education
human impact
106Use of Globally Unique Identifiers (GUIDs) to link herbarium specimen records to physical specimensGreen digitization: online botanical collections data answering real-world questions Nelson, Gil; Gilbert, Edward; Sweeney, Patrick.GUID
Globally Unique Identifier
Digital Data
digitized herbarium data
Data Curation
Linked Data
38Using collections data to explore patterns of lichen diversity across the North American landscapeBryology and LichenologyScharnagl, Klara; Prather, Alan.lichen
herbarium
collections
biogeography
441Using data from the Natural Heritage Network to analyze trends in plant conservationBig Data and the Conservation of North America's FloraFrances, Anne; Oliver, Leah; Treher, Amanda.Status assessments
Rare Plants
conservation
Ranks
Red List
8Using Digitized Herbarium Data in Research: Applications for Ecology, Phylogenetics, and BiogeographyConference WideSOLTIS, PAMELA S.; Soltis, Douglas E.; Folk, Ryan; Beach, James.digitized herbarium data
georeferencing
ecological niche modeling
phylogeny & niche models
biogeography
geospatial analysis
149Using herbarium records to assess shifts in phenology in alpine plants and select indicator species for climate changeConservation BiologyHufft, Rebecca; DePrenger-Levin, Michelle; Levy, Richard; Islam, Melissa.phenology
Rocky Mountains
climate change
alpine
temperature
precipitation
digitized herbarium data
115Using Lichens to Document the Effects of Human-related Disturbance to Natural LandscapesBryology and LichenologyST CLAIR, LARRY L; Leavitt, Steven.lichens
Biomonitoring
378Using low-copy nuclear markers to study the phylogeography of Neotropical Palo Santo trees in the Galápagos (Bursera graveolens; Burseraceae)BiogeographyCollins, Elizabeth Salisbury; Weeks, Andrea.Burseraceae
low-copy nuclear genes
population genetics
phylogeography
Galapagos
Dry forest
386Using Phylogenomics to Resolve The Compositae Tree of LifePhylogenomicsMandel, Jennifer R.; Barker, Michael; Bayer, Randall; Dikow, Rebecca; Keeley, Sterling; Susanna, Alfonso; Watson, Linda; Funk, Vicki.phylogenomics
Asteraceae
Compositae
evolution
genomics
Biodiversity
234Using public and social media as assessment tools in undergraduate educationEducation and Outreach Blake, Jennifer.Education
social media
instagram
wikipedia
276Using Science and Education to Reduce Plant BlindnessEducation and Outreach Conant, Meaghan; Emry, Jason.
231Using Soil Seed Banks to Define Historic and Future Vegetation Composition of Paired Invaded and Uninvaded Forest StandsEcologyHUEBNER, CYNTHIA; Nilsen, Erik; Bao, Zhe.seed bank
invaded
species composition
nonmetric multidimensional scaling
Ailanthus altissima
Robinia pseudoacacia
530Valley oak seedlings show phenotypic plasticity in growth and architecture across two common gardensConservation BiologyMacDonald, Brandon W.S.; Wright, Jessica W.; Gugger, Paul F.; Sork, Victoria L..Plasticity
Quercus
Provenance study
Common garden
climate
531Variation in gene expression and ecophysiological response to water stress in valley oak seedling populationsPhysiology & EcophysiologyMead, Alayna; Pe√Īaloza Ramirez, Juan; Bartlett, Megan; Gugger, Paul F.; Wright, Jessica W.; Sack, Lawren; Sork, Victoria L..drought
RNA-Seq
ecophysiology
Local adaptation
Quercus
364Variation in trait plasticity among Bornean tree species with contrasting ecological strategiesPhysiology & EcophysiologyRUSSO, SABRINA E; Chan, Ju Ping.Functional traits
Southeast Asia
Dipterocarpaceae
Tropical forest
217Vascular flora and plant communities of riverscour habitats in Little River Canyon National Preserve, Cherokee and DeKalb Counties, AlabamaEcologyIrick, Zach; John, Shelton; Estes, Dwayne.Plant community analysis
floristics
474Vascular Plant Extinction in North America north of Mexico; what have we lost and what can we learn?Big Data and the Conservation of North America's FloraKnapp, Wesley; Frances, Anne; Weakley, Alan; Naczi, Robert; Gann, George D.; Jackie, Poole; Baldwin, Bruce; John, Clark; Daniel, Gluesenkamp; Heidel, Bonnie; Kathryn, Kennedy; Patrick, McIntyre; James, Miller; Brent, Mishler; Gerry, Moore; Reed, Noss; Richard, Olmstead; Daniela, Roth; Jason, Singhurst; Anna, Strong.Extinction
areas of endemism
anthropocene
endemic
North America
359Vegetative-diversity and patterns of arthropod herbivory in one of the most botanically rich localities in western equatorial PangeaPaleobotanyKoll, Rebecca; DiMichele, William.Permian
Pangea
421What have we learned from nearly a decade of invasive plant data covering the Central and Northeastern United States?EcologyKurtz, Cassandra; Hansen, Mark.invasive species
invasive plant
144What is the functional significance of the unusual cambial development in Vertebraria (Glossopteridales) roots? Some geometrical and mechanical cluesPaleobotanyDecombeix, Anne-Laure; Rowe, Nick P; Serbet, Rudolph; Taylor, Edith L.Permian
Glossopteridales
Antarctica
anatomy
root
development
469When "Missing Data" has Biological Relevance in Microsatellite Studies Conducted Across Multiple SpeciesPopulation Genetics/GenomicsCulley, Theresa M; Tunison, Robert; Kephart, Susan R.missing data
Microsatellite
Camassia
Microstegium vimineum
cross-amplification
528Whole chloroplast sequencing for Asteraceae tribe Astereae; methodology and phylogenetic ramificationsPhylogenomicsNOYES, RICHARD DAVID; KLING, Brittany.Asteraceae
Astereae
plastid genome
phylogenetics
446Why Isn't There Already a Single Herbarium Network?A Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network for the USWebbink, Kate; Grant, Sharon.Database
281Women's contribution to plant species discovery: a new use of historical botanical nomenclature dataBotanical HistoryLindon, Heather Lynn; Gardiner, Lauren M.; Brady, Abigail; Vorontsova, Maria.Biodiversity Inventory
International Plant Names Index
plant nomenclature
Bioinformatics
History of Botany
Women in science
471Yakima Canyon, WA, USA: An anatomically preserved fossil flora from the middle MiocenePaleobotanyDoan, Shannon C; PIGG, KATHLEEN; DEVORE, MELANIE.Paleobotany
Miocene
Yakima Canyon
permineralized
Washington

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