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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
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

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