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OrderDate/TimeTitleSection/TopicTypeAuthorsKeywords
Monday, June 26th
5:30 pm to 7:00 pm · Grand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic Center
Session P: Contributed Posters: Anatomy and Morphology: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PAM001July 23rd 5:30 pmThe isolation of lobed chlorenchyma cells from grass (Poaceae) leaves using a soft tissue maceration techniqueAnatomy and MorphologyPosterSpiegeler, McKayla; Klahs, Phillip; Clark, Lynn.Grass
Maceration
Chlorenchyma
PAM002July 23rd 5:30 pmThigmomorphogenesis and the effect of pine needles on wild grassesAnatomy and MorphologyPosterBashir, Anbreen; Nisar, Mansha; Ali , Ayra.morphogenesis
acidic
pine needles
PAM003July 23rd 5:30 pmAnalyses of Aloe polysaccharides using carbohydrate microarray profilingAnatomy and MorphologyPosterAhl, Louise; Grace, Olwen; Lodberg Pedersen, Henriette; Jørgensen, Bodil; Willats, William; Rønsted, Nina.Aloe
Polysaccharides
Succulence
Succulent tissue
CoMPP
PAM004July 23rd 5:30 pmSelection imposed by pollination mode minimally influences evolution of pollen morphology in Thalictrum (Ranunculaceae)Anatomy and MorphologyPosterHumphrey, Rebecca; Ossip-Drahos, Alison.Phylogenetic Comparative Methods
pollen grain size
pollen aperture number
pollen heteromorphism
Thalictrum
PAM005July 23rd 5:30 pmThe functional implications of the presence or absence of intervessel connections across growth rings of four northern hardwood treesAnatomy and MorphologyPosterHuggett, Brett; Wason, Jay; Brodersen, Craig.Acer rubrum
Fagus grandifolia
Fraxinus americana
Quercus rubra
xylem
embolism
PAM006July 23rd 5:30 pmSeasonal Variation of Leaf Morphology in Hydrophyllum virginianumAnatomy and MorphologyPosterKluck, Johanna; Jones, Teylor; Schmitz, Hailey; Gerken Golay, Michaeleen.herbaceous perennial
forest
seasonal
PAM007July 23rd 5:30 pmOak Xylem Anatomy and Pathogen ResponseAnatomy and MorphologyPosterArmour, Isabella; Cavender-Bares, Jeannine; Fallon, Beth.Physiology
Pathology
Vasculature
Quercus
PAM008July 23rd 5:30 pmDiversity and evolution of seeds in Cuscuta (dodders, Convolvulaceae): morphology and structureAnatomy and MorphologyPosterOlszewski, Magdalena; Adel El Miari, Hiba; Behdarvandi, Behrang; Costea, Mihai.dispersal
character evolution
seed
morphology
anatomy
Systematics
Cuscuta
Convolvulaceae
PAM009July 23rd 5:30 pmComparative floral morphology of Phlox hirsuta and Phlox speciosaAnatomy and MorphologyPosterWilliams, Doressa; Ryan, Gillian; Ruane, Lauren; Cohen, Jim.Phlox
California
Serpentine
Polemoniaceae
Flower morphology
Conservation
PAM010July 23rd 5:30 pmMASS: a tool for Morphological Analysis of Size and Shape of leavesAnatomy and MorphologyPosterChuanromanee, Tya; Cohen, Jim; Ryan, Gillian.morphology
Morphometrics
PAM011July 23rd 5:30 pmFluid flow through phloem sieve plates: a computational model showing the effects of sieve pore geometryAnatomy and MorphologyPosterSchulte, Paul; Randolph, Katie; Stanfield, RC; Hacke, Uwe.phloem
fluid dynamics
sieve plates
Navier-Stokes
hydraulic resistance
PAM012July 23rd 5:30 pmIsolation and Scanning Electron Microscopy of Calcium Oxalate Crystals from Tissues of Dieffenbachia seguine (Araceae)Anatomy and MorphologyPosterPaulina, Matias; Cote, Gary.calcium oxalate
crystals
scanning electron microscopy
PAM013July 23rd 5:30 pmApplying geometric morphometrics to explore floral shape evolution in DowningiaAnatomy and MorphologyPosterLoll, Jessica; Garcia, Antonio; Gardner, Andrew.geometric morphometrics
Downingia
Campanulaceae
PAM014July 23rd 5:30 pmComparative micromorphology and anatomy on three subspecies of Trgionella coerulescens (Bieb.) Hal. in TurkeyAnatomy and MorphologyPosterErdogan, Eyup.Trigonella
SEM
Fabaceae
anatomy
Turkey
micromorphology
PAM015July 23rd 5:30 pmMorphological and trichome characters distinguish seedlings of two threatened Florida bromeliadsAnatomy and MorphologyPosterWhite, Elizabeth; Gandy, Elizabeth; Holst, Bruce; Oberle, Brad; Sidoti, Brian.Tillandsia
Bromeliaceae
Trichome
scanning electron microscopy
Conservation
PAM016July 23rd 5:30 pmFloral ontogeny of Krameria lanceolata Torrey (Krameriaceae)Anatomy and MorphologyPosterKhojayori, Farahnoz; Zhang, Jingbo; Zhang, Wenheng.Floral development
SEM
floral morphology
Krameria lanceolata
Zygophyllales
Floral zygomorphy
Organ Fusion 
Connate
PAM017July 23rd 5:30 pmVariation in pollen size in four species of meadow beauties (Rhexia; Melastomataceae) collected in North Florida and GeorgiaAnatomy and MorphologyPosterCzander, Autumn; Foulkes, M. Raine; Ionta, Gretchen .Rhexia
Melastomataceae
pollen grain size
PAM018July 23rd 5:30 pmFloral characters vary in the landscape-dominant tree, Metrosideros polymorpha: data from a Hawaii Island common gardenAnatomy and MorphologyPosterDietrick, Alexander; Stacy, Elizabeth.Floral traits
Biogeography
Metrosideros
Myrtaceae
Hawaii
morphology
Session P: Contributed Posters: Biodiversity Informatics & Herbarium Digitization: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PBI001July 23rd 5:30 pmBig Data Revolution in Plant Science: Affordable Remote Sensing using Raspberry Pi’sBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterGrindstaff , Brandin Alexander,Gage; Mabry, Makenzie; PIRES , JOSEPH CHRIS.Raspberry Pi
Remote Sensing
Phenotyping
PBI002July 23rd 5:30 pmFlowering and synchronicity utilizing herbarium specimensBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterMessick, Jenna; Hoagland, Bruce.herbarium
phenology
Spatial analysis
PBI003July 23rd 5:30 pmHerbs vs trees – species richness and sample completeness in a tropical African forestBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterGarrett, Stephen; Ahrends, Antje; Harris, David.species inventories
herbarium specimens
collecting bias
habit groups
collecting completeness
species richness
rarefaction
extrapolation
species accumulation curves
asymptotic species diversity
Chao 1
PBI004July 23rd 5:30 pmCuration, research, and outreach at Virginia Tech's Massey HerbariumBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterMetzgar, Jordan.Herbaria
digitization
Outreach
SERNEC
curation
PBI005July 23rd 5:30 pmCataloguing and data collection for Plymouth State University Herbarium (PSH)Biodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterTreanor, Matt; Stoughton, Thomas.angiosperms
biodiversity
collections
digitization
herbarium
herbarium specimens
New England
PBI006July 23rd 5:30 pmMobilizing Biodiversity Data where Connectivity is PoorBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterBarkworth, Mary; Alam, Fawad; Shah, Ali.OpenHerbarium
Symbiota
Connectivity
PBI007July 23rd 5:30 pmThe Mid-Atlantic Megalopolis (MAM) Project at the Claude E. Phillips Herbarium (DOV): new opportunities through collections digitizationBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterHong-Wa, Cynthia.capacity building
digitization
DOV
MAM
small herbarium
PBI008July 23rd 5:30 pmSpecies distribution modeling in the order LilialesBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterJackson-Gain , Abigail C; Tribble, Carrie; Rothfels, Carl J..Liliales
Climatic niche
workflow
Niche Modeling
PBI009July 23rd 5:30 pmThe effects of climate change on species living in wet prairies in FloridaBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterShimansky, Tierney; Melton, Anthony; Soltis, Douglas; SOLTIS, PAMELA S..wet prairies
Endangered Species
Rare plant
PBI010July 23rd 5:30 pmA simple software tool for generating print-ready specimen labelsBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterMaher, Madeline.python
Mustache
HTML
CSS
specimen label
label
automation
workflow
teaching
students
PBI011July 23rd 5:30 pmPatterns of Plant Endemism and Diversity in the Guiana Shield Biodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterO'Brien , Elizabeth [Libby]; Edwards, Robert D.; Radosavljevic, Aleksandar; Funk, Vicki.Endemism
diversity
Guiana Shield 
Generalized Dissimilarity Models (GDM)
PBI012July 23rd 5:30 pmDNA Barcoding for Identification of Unknown Herbarium SpecimensBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPosterParadiso, Lydia; Haston, Elspeth.herbarium
DNA barcoding
identification
Session P: Contributed Posters: Biogeography: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PBG001July 23rd 5:30 pmSystematic and Biogeography of the section Casparya (Begonia, Begoniaceae)BiogeographyPosterJara, Orlando; Richardson, James; Madriñán, Santiago.Andean biogeography
Begoniaceae
PBG002July 23rd 5:30 pmAre gypsum plant communities stable during periods of climate change? A phylogeographic case study in Acleisanthes (Nyctaginaceae)BiogeographyPosterHenzler-Lhasawa, Jampa; Douglas, Norman; Flores Olvera, Hilda; Ochoterena, Helga; Moore, Michael J..Acleisanthes
Nyctaginaceae
gypsum
Phylogeography
Mexico
Chihuahuan Desert
Pleistocene
PBG003July 23rd 5:30 pmPhylogeography of Petalonyx crenatus (Loasaceae): genetic structure across a gypsum archipelagoBiogeographyPosterEverbach, Sophie; Douglas, Norman; Flores Olvera, Hilda; Ochoterena, Helga; Moore, Michael J..Petalonyx
Loasaceae
Phylogeography
gypsum
Chihuahuan Desert
Mexico
PBG004July 23rd 5:30 pmPhytogeography of major alpine plants in East AfricaBiogeographyPosterLingyun, Chen; Guangwan, Hu; Qingfeng, Wang.Afro-alpine plants
Biogeography
PBG005July 23rd 5:30 pmAmphi-Pacific Tropical Disjunction of Theaceae: Multiple Intercontinental Dispersals Corresponding to Changing Climate BiogeographyPosterYan, Yujing; Davis, Charles; Wang, Zhiheng; Rahbek, Carsten; Borregaard, Michael.Boreotropical
long distance dispersal
Disjunctive distribution
PBG006July 23rd 5:30 pmPredicting new populations of Pitcairnia domingensis L.B. Sm. in HispaniolaBiogeographyPosterRuiz Vargas, Natalia.
PBG007July 23rd 5:30 pmGenetic variation and hybridization in southwestern Rhus ovata and R. integrifolia (Anacardiaceae) using plastid and nuclear markersBiogeographyPosterLambert, Joshua; Sinn, Brandon; Barrett, Craig.lemonadeberry
chaparral
disjunct populations
Hybridization
Introgression
gene flow
Natural Selection
PBG008July 23rd 5:30 pmPhylogeographic patterns and migrational history of Garry oak (Quercus garryana)BiogeographyPosterKanne, Rande; Allen, Geraldine.Quercus garryana
Phylogeography
plastid DNA
ITS
white oaks
Hybridization
PBG009July 23rd 5:30 pmGenome size, polyploid origin and geographical distribution of Zygopetalum cytotypes from Neotropical high altitude rochy complexesBiogeographyPosterGomes, Shaiany Sabrina Lopes ; Vidal, João; Koehler, Samantha; Viccini, Lyderson.Polyploidy
hybrid zone
Neotropics
Orchidaceae
PBG010July 23rd 5:30 pmMapping phenotypes: Modeling the distribution of a polymorphic speciesBiogeographyPosterAnghel, Ioana .Niche Modeling
Biogeography
polymorphism
Species Distribution Modelling
Session P: Contributed Papers: Botanical History: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PBH001July 23rd 5:30 pmIntroductionBotanical History
Session P: Contributed Posters: Bryology and Lichenology: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PBL001July 23rd 5:30 pmBryoflora of Obudu Cattle Ranch in NigeriaBryology and LichenologyPosterTobi, Chuks.Bryoflora,
Hornwort
Altitudinal variation
Session P: Contributed Posters: Functional Genetics/Genomics: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PCG001July 23rd 5:30 pm Genetic Diversity in Pumpkins (Cucurbita sp.) Accessions from Southwest Nigeria Using Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) MarkerFunctional Genetics/GenomicsPosterBADERINWA-ADEJUMO, Adejoke Olusola; FADAYOMI, IDOWU ENIAFE.Cucurbita,
Accessions
Genetic diversity
Variations
PCG002July 23rd 5:30 pmMaking a Better Kale: Implementing a Novel Genetic Engineering Technique for Brassica oleraceaFunctional Genetics/GenomicsPosterGebken, Sarah; Mabry, Makenzie; PIRES , JOSEPH CHRIS.CRISPR
Brassica
PCG003July 23rd 5:30 pmGenetic Basis of Seed Coat Polymorphisms in Lupinus perennisFunctional Genetics/GenomicsPosterWilson, Rachel; Michaels, Helen.polymorphisms
Anthocyanin
Biochemistry
PCG004July 23rd 5:30 pmVariation in Cyanide Production of White Clover (Trifolium repens) Across a Steep Environmental GradientFunctional Genetics/GenomicsPosterGomez-Quijano, Maria Jose ; Wright, Sara J.; Olsen, Kenneth M.; Gross, Briana L. .Clover
Hydrogen Cyanide
polymorphism
Adaptation
PCG005July 23rd 5:30 pmflowPloidy: An R Package for determining Genome Size and Ploidy from Flow Cytometry HistogramsFunctional Genetics/GenomicsPosterSmith, Tyler; Kron, Paul; Martin, Sara.flow cytometry
software
PCG006July 23rd 5:30 pmFunctional characterization of candidate petal fusion genes in Petunia axillarisFunctional Genetics/GenomicsPosterCronin, Paul; Preston, Jill.Functional genomics
Petunia axillaris
Sympetaly
development
Evolution
VIGS
Session P: Contributed Posters: Comparative Genomics/Transcriptomics: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PGT001July 23rd 5:30 pmDetecting Differential Gene Expression Linked to Foraging Behavior in Cuscuta harperiComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterWebster, Rebecca.Next generation sequencing
Illumina
Dodder
Cuscuta
Holoparasite
VOC Recognition
Foraging Behavior
PGT002July 23rd 5:30 pmGenome-wide Identification of Mitogen Activated Protein Kinase (MAP Kinase) Cascade Genes in SunflowerComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterSchweitzer, Sarah; Neupane, Surendra; Andersen, Ethan; Zhou, Ruanbao; Fenell, Anne; Nepal, Madhav.MAP Kinase Gene Family
Abiotic Stress 
Signal Transduction Pathway
MAPK
MAPKK
MAPKKK
Zik
Raf
MEKK
PGT003July 23rd 5:30 pmGenome-wide Identification of Disease Resistance Genes in Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterNeupane, Surendra; Nepal, Madhav.NBS-genes
Sunflower
TNLs
CNLs
RNLs
Phylogeny of R-genes
PGT004July 23rd 5:30 pmEvolutionary Conservation of PBS1 Homologs in Family PoaceaeComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterAndersen, Ethan; Ali, Shaukat; Byamukama, Emmanuel; Yen, Yang; Neupane, Surendra; Nepal, Madhav.Disease Resistance  
Plant Immunity
Grasses
Decoy
Evolutionary Conservation
PGT005July 23rd 5:30 pmGenome-wide identification of resistant genes in domesticated and wild rice varieties (Oryza spp; Poaceae)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterAllasi Canales , Nataly Olivia.NBS-LRR
Oryza
positive selection
R gene phylogeny
PGT006July 23rd 5:30 pmIdentifying Gene Candidates of the Shikonin Biosynthesis Pathway in the Chinese Medicinal Plant Lithospermum erythrorhizonComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterAuber, Robert; Crook, Joseph; Widhalm, Joshua; Wisecaver, Jennifer.Specialized Metabolite
De novo Transcriptome
Differential Expression Analysis
PGT007July 23rd 5:30 pmAssessing Contemporary Evolution in Helianthus annuus using RNA-SeqComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterSpear, Marissa M.; Etterson, Julie; Gross, Briana.RNA-Seq
Evolution
Resurrection
Helianthus
PGT008July 23rd 5:30 pmMethylation repatterning in the endosperm and embryo of interploid Mimulus hybridsComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterLawrence , Amelia H; Kinser, Taliesin; Puzey, Joshua.Methylation
Endosperm
Hybridization
Polyploid
Interploid
Mimulus
PGT009July 23rd 5:30 pmDifferential gene expression linked to a reversion from dioecy to gynodioecy in Carica papaya Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterChae, Taylor; Harkess, Alex; Moore, Rich.Quantitative Genetics
Evolution
Differential Expression Analysis
PGT010July 23rd 5:30 pmComparative transcriptomics and Selection of Differentially Expressed Genes in Drought-Shocked Mentzelia (Loasaceae)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterWiggins, Raegan; Devitt, Jessica; Schenk, John.Differential Expression Analysis
drought
Adaptive response
Mentzelia
Natural Selection
Transcriptome evolution
Expression variance and evolution model
Xerophytes
Loasaceae
PGT011July 23rd 5:30 pmMachine learning approaches for the inference of WGDs from gene age distributionsComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterTrostle, Alex; Goyal, Anshu; Galuska, Sally; Reardon, Chris; Tiley, George; Ellis, Jake; Li, Zheng; Sutherland, Brittany; Barker, Michael.Polyploidy
Genomics
Machine Learning
WGD
paleopolyploidy
gene duplication
PGT012July 23rd 5:30 pmLTR_retriever: a highly accurate and sensitive program for identification of LTR retrotransposonsComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterOu, Shujun; Jiang, Ning.LTR retrotransposon
LTR_retriever
transposable element
genome annotation
Evolution
PGT013July 23rd 5:30 pmIntragenomic variation of ribosomal genes and evidence of concerted evolution in the opportunistic pathogen CandidaComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsPosterBuchheim, Mark; Alanagreh, Lo'ai.Candida
Chlamydomonas
Haematococcus
concerted evolution
parasexuality
intragenomic variation
ITS2
Session P: Contributed Posters: Conservation Biology: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PCB001July 23rd 5:30 pmDistribution and Genetic Diversity of Nabalus serpentarius and its Common Congener, N. trifoliolatus (Asteraceae)Conservation BiologyPosterBallou, Steven; Mandel, Jennifer.Conservation
population genetics
gene tree conflict
Rattlesnake root
Asteraceae
PCB002July 23rd 5:30 pmThe Impacts of Habit Quality and Seed Age on Seed Vitality of the Rare Plant, Synthyris bulliiConservation BiologyPosterJanssen, Eric; Zaya, David; Molano-Flores, Brenda.Seed ecology
Seed age
Seed vitality
Rare plant
PCB003July 23rd 5:30 pmGrowing an endangered species, Astragalus holmgreniorum, for seedConservation BiologyPosterSchultz, Bettina; Meyer, Susan; DeNittis, Alyson; Rominger, Kody.Endangered Species
ex situ propagation
seed production
PCB004July 23rd 5:30 pmPlant communities in eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) stands impacted by hemlock woolly adelgid (Adelges tsugae)Conservation BiologyPosterMoore, Cheyenne; Loeffler, Carol.eastern hemlock
Tsuga canadensis
hemlock woolly adelgid
 elevation
understory
PCB005July 23rd 5:30 pmAre Restoration Seed Pools Evolving Under Commercial Propagation?Conservation BiologyPosterPizza, Riley; Etterson, Julie; Espeland, Erin.Trait Evolution
cultivation
domestication
restoration
PCB006July 23rd 5:30 pmUsing Spatial Phylogenetics to Inform Conservation at the Archipelago-Scale: An Introduction to the Channel Islands Phylodiversity ProjectConservation BiologyPosterMitine, Christina; Lehman, Kristen; Thornhill, Andrew; Freyman, Will; Wright, Chelsea; Hernandez, Adriana I.; Baldwin, Bruce; Mishler, Brent; Guilliams, C. Matt.Phylogenetics
phylodiversity
Conservation
PCB007July 23rd 5:30 pmConservation genetics and host specificity in a vulnerable WV native orchid, Corallorhiza bentleyiConservation BiologyPosterFama, Nicole; Sinn, Brandon; Barrett, Craig.Orchidaceae
endangered
ISSR
mycorrhizae
mycoheterotrophy
Morphometrics
PCB008July 23rd 5:30 pmLand use and mycorrhizal fungi in Cross Timbers Ecoregion of TexasConservation BiologyPosterWalker, Hayley; Meriwether, Megan; Zapata, Montana; Twanabasu, Bishnu.mycorrhizal fungi
cross timbers ecoregion
arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
Conservation
PCB009July 23rd 5:30 pmThe relationship between environmental and genetic variation: Can environmental differences among populations be used as a proxy for populations genetic differentiation?Conservation BiologyPosterDi Santo, Lionel N; Hamilton, Jill.environmental distance
genetic structure
conservation prioritization
environment-genetic relationship
PCB010July 23rd 5:30 pmZoned Out: An Analysis of the Genetic Diversity and Structure of Seeds of Success AccessionsConservation BiologyPosterSchumacher, Emily; Franklin, Scott; McGlaughlin, Mitchell.Seeds of Success
Seed Collections
Microsattelites
PCB011July 23rd 5:30 pmPerformance of ramets in a clonal Lamiaceae species, threatened Scutellaria floridana Chapman, in Florida: a preliminary assessmentConservation BiologyPosterNegron-Ortiz, Vivian.fire
Florida
Lamiaceae
threatened
Clonal reproduction
Scutellaria floridana
PCB012July 23rd 5:30 pmSeed Dispersal of Apocynaceae Family of Pine RocklandsConservation BiologyPosterOliphant, Simone; Koptur, Suzanne.Pine rocklands
South Florida
PCB013July 23rd 5:30 pmComparison of post cryopreservation survival of hyperhydric and more normal phenotypes of Cycladenia humilis var. jonesii, and Crotalaria avonensisConservation BiologyPosterHansel, Nicole; Pence, Valerie; Tepe, Eric.Fabaceae
Apocynaceae
Micropropagation
Tissue Culture
hyperhydricity
PCB014July 23rd 5:30 pmSurvey of an Oak-Hickory Community After One Year of Intensive Honeysuckle RemovalConservation BiologyPosterEmry, David; Bergeron, Paul; Quiett, Kyle; Dennis, David; Gerety, Britanny.Honeysuckle
restoration
Forest regeneration
invasive species
Session P: Contributed Posters: Crops and Wild Relatives: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PCW001July 23rd 5:30 pmMorphological Characterization and Genetic Diversity Studies on Accessions on Cowpea from Ten African CountriesCrops and Wild RelativesPosterOnuminya, Temitope; Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin; Lawal, Oyewole.Cowpea
Africa
Genetic diversity
PCW002July 23rd 5:30 pmImpact of locular gel on the formation of callus in tomato tissue culturesCrops and Wild RelativesPosterBlain, Natalie; Evensen, Arthur.tomato
Tissue Culture
Locular Gel
Callus
PCW003July 23rd 5:30 pmBreeding the Dog of the Plant World: Development of Doubled Haploid Brassica oleraceaCrops and Wild RelativesPosterGallagher, Evan Y.; Grindstaff , Brandin Alexander,Gage; Devi, Ruma; Mabry, Makenzie; PIRES , JOSEPH CHRIS.Brassica
Brassicaceae
Doubled Haploids
PCW004July 23rd 5:30 pmWheat and Native Grass Development and Reproduction When Grown in Prairie, Organically Farmed, and Long-term Glyphosate Treated Agricultural SoilsCrops and Wild RelativesPosterRobertson, Marisa M.; Bohn, China H.; Hildebrand, Terri.chemical fallow
Vida wheat
Round-Up
PCW005July 23rd 5:30 pmSoil Chemical Properties, Growth, Yield and Nutrient Uptake of Cocoyam (Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott) Grown in Organic and Mineral Fertilized SoilCrops and Wild RelativesPosterIwuagwu, Mary; Ogbonnaya, Chuks I.; Onwuchekwa, Ojimgba.Cocoyam
Fertlizers
Rice husk
Nutrient uptake
Yield improvement
PCW006July 23rd 5:30 pmUpdating Citrus Nomenclature and ClassificationCrops and Wild RelativesPosterSchori, Melanie.Citrus
classification
nomenclature
Hybridization
Cultivar
Group
PCW007July 23rd 5:30 pmThe Hidden half of weedy rice – 3D imaging to identify weediness-associated root traitsCrops and Wild RelativesPosterWedger, Marshall; Topp, Christopher; Olsen, Kenneth M..Weedy Rice
3D Root Imaging
QTL Mapping
PCW008July 23rd 5:30 pmPhylogenetics of gold-of-pleasure (Camelina sativa L.) and its wild relativesCrops and Wild RelativesPosterBrock, Jordan; Beilstein, Mark; Olsen, Kenneth.Camelina
domestication
genome size
RADseq
Polyploidy
Phylogenetics
PCW009July 23rd 5:30 pmSugar concentration in the tree sap of five species of Minnesota trees.Crops and Wild RelativesPosterEllman, Mark; Ellman, Michael.Temperate trees
maple syrup
tree sap
sugar
sugar concentration
minnesota
maple
birch
ironwood
box elder
sugar maple
red maple
paper birch
PCW010July 23rd 5:30 pm
Canceled
Calcium concentration in tree sap of five species of Minnesota trees as an indicator of sugar sand
Crops and Wild RelativesPosterEllman, Michael; Ellman, Mark.calcium
calcium concentration
sugar sand
sugar maple
box elder
paper birch
ironwood
birch
maple
red maple
minnesota
niter
nitre
Temperate trees
maple syrup
tree sap
PCW011July 23rd 5:30 pmCrop wild relative gene flow across a fragmented Central American landscapeCrops and Wild RelativesPosterMoore, Rich; Arlinghaus, Kel; Mardonovich, mardons@miamioh.edu; Chae, Taylor; Vossler, Harley; Rocha, Oscar.population genetics
Crop wild relatives
gene flow
Tropical plants
Tropical fruit crop
Session P: Contributed Posters: Ecology: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PEC001July 23rd 5:30 pmA five year study of the stability of the pollination system of Monarda fistulosaEcologyPosterCzapla, Grant; Krakos, Kyra.
PEC002July 23rd 5:30 pmEstimates of phylogenetic diversity based on DNA barcoding vary across an elevational gradient in Southern ChinaEcologyPosterLiu, Jiajia; Liu, Juan; Burgess, Kevin; Ge, Xuejun.Bayesian tree
diversity estimates
phylogenetic diversity
tropical forest
PEC003July 23rd 5:30 pmSpecies composition, diversity, and environmental differences in acid seepsEcologyPosterBarfknecht, David; Gibson, David.Ecology
biodiversity
invasives
acid
seeps
Microstegium
NTI
PEC004July 23rd 5:30 pmGlucosinolate Diversity in Kale: Implications in a Missouri EnvironmentEcologyPosterPearl , Carson Howard; Abrahams, Richard; Velasco, Pablo; PIRES , JOSEPH CHRIS.Brassica
Plant-Insect interaction
Glucosinolates
Trophic interactions
PEC005July 23rd 5:30 pmSoil near decaying logs inhibits seedling growth...but not for garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata)EcologyPosterElkin , Lucy Claire; Kilgore, Jason Scott.coarse woody debris
invasive
garlic mustard
biomass
Growth
PEC006July 23rd 5:30 pmSurvey of nutrients and invasive Butomus umbellatus (Flowering Rush) in Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge diked wetlandsEcologyPosterForstater, Erica; Michaels, Helen.Flowering Rush
Butomus umbellatus
Nutrients
Sediment
Lake Erie 
Wetlands
PEC007July 23rd 5:30 pmSeed Coat Pigment Variation and UV Stress Tolerance in Lupinus perennis.EcologyPosterMeek, Haley; Michaels, Helen.Lupine
Stress
UV
Phenotype
Seed Color
Anthocyanin
PEC008July 23rd 5:30 pmNectar resource quality for oak savanna pollinator habitat restorationEcologyPosterDay, Meigan ; Michaels, Helen.nectar
PEC009July 23rd 5:30 pmThe effects of urbanization on avian seed dispersal success of Toxicodendron radicans (Anacardiaceae)EcologyPosterStanley, Amber; Arceo-Gomez, Gerardo.Plant-animal interactions
Toxicodendron radicans
seed dispersal
PEC010July 23rd 5:30 pmBad neighbors and evil weevils: why the surrounding neighborhood of Picther's thistle (Cirsium pitcheri) may influence its damage levelsEcologyPosterHakes, Alyssa; Paniagua-Montoya, Monica; Czaplinska, Tina.Neighbor effects
Plant-Insect interaction
Biocontrol impacts
Cirsium pitcheri
Larinus weevil
PEC011July 23rd 5:30 pmSEM images of some planktonic diatoms (Bacillariophyceae) of Lekki lagoon, Lagos, NigeriaEcologyPosterAdesalu, Taofikat; Nwankwo, Dike Ikegwu.Lekki lagoon
Aulacoseira,
Freshwater
Diatoms
Tropics
PEC012July 23rd 5:30 pmFunctional trait responses of invasive Ludwigia species to contrasting hydrologic conditionsEcologyPosterDrenovsky, Rebecca; Reicholf, Rebecca; Futrell, Caryn J.; Grewell, Brenda.
PEC013July 23rd 5:30 pmLeaf trait variation in a Quercus lobata common garden experiment is not explained by climatic conditions of maternal seed sourceEcologyPosterRamirez, He-Lo; Ivey, Christopher; Sork, Victoria; Wright, Jessica.Quercus
local adaptation
Plasticity
Leaf shape
climate
common garden
PEC014July 23rd 5:30 pmNegative relationships between galling insect abundance and relative growth rates in a large provenance test of valley oak (Quercus lobata) fail to support the Plant Vigor HypothesisEcologyPosterIvey, Christopher; Wright, Jessica; MacDonald, Brandon; Sork, Victoria.Quercus
herbivory
galls
relative growth rate
common garden
plant vigor hypothesis
Plant-Insect interaction
plant defense
PEC015July 23rd 5:30 pmNiche Evolution in Rapid Radiations: Do Hybridization and Polyploidization Drive Niche Divergence?EcologyPosterMelton, Anthony; SOLTIS, PAMELA S.; Soltis, Douglas.Niche Evolution
ecological niche modeling
Polyploidy
PEC016July 23rd 5:30 pmDoes the early bud escape the weevil? Examining the effects of microclimate and Pitcher's thistle phenology on weevil ovipositionEcologyPosterSandacz, Daniel; Calkwood, John; Hakes, Alyssa.Cirsium pitcheri
Larinus planus
Dune habitat
phenology
Plant-Insect interaction
Conservation
PEC017July 23rd 5:30 pmInvestigating maternal effects in Chamaecrista fasciculataEcologyPosterBoehm, Emma; Peschel, Anna; Shaw, Ruth.maternal effects
fitness
Chamaecrista 
drought
phenotypic plasticity 
PEC018July 23rd 5:30 pmExamination of interactions between Sida hermaphrodita and Phragmites australis: Seedling growth and mycorrhizal colonizationEcologyPosterMulholland, Samantha; Costea, Mihai; Stevens, Kevin.Conservation
Ecology
Mycorrhiza
Sida hermaphrodita
Phragmites australis
Species Interaction
PEC019July 23rd 5:30 pmInfluences of drought and disturbance regimes on subalpine forest in the Rocky Mountain National Park: Comparisons between 2001 and 2017-2018EcologyPosterHanson, Chelsea; Maricle, Brian.Bark Beetles
fire
P. contorta
TERRA Satellite 
PEC020July 23rd 5:30 pmIsolating bacteria that potentially support giant duckweed (Spirodela polyrhiza) nutrient absorptionEcologyPosterLopez, Sarah M.; Chames, Nicholas M.; Mims, Mitchell A.; Baker, Stokes S..Giant duckweed
Sprirodela polyrhiza
Rhizobium radiobacter
Flavobacterium
Pseudomonas
Nutrient uptake
PEC021July 23rd 5:30 pmSynchrony, Proximity, and Compatibility Influence Pollination Success in Fragmented Populations of Echinacea angustifoliaEcologyPosterWaananen, Amy; Wagenius, Stuart.pollination
fragmentation
Self-incompatibility
phenology
isolation
PEC023July 23rd 5:30 pmInsect attraction to fermenting fruits and flowers of Asimina triloba (Annonaceae)EcologyPosterGoodrich, Katherine; Ellis, Inesha; Senski, Rebecca.pollination
floral mimicry
fermentation volatiles
floral scent
pawpaw
PEC024July 23rd 5:30 pmCalcium availability and cycling in understory shrubsEcologyPosterBorer, Catherine; Dunn, Michael; Christensen, Magdalen; Harnage, Katherine.Flowering dogwood
Calcium cycling
Mineral Nutrient
Cornus florida
PEC025July 23rd 5:30 pmResponse of Forest Understory Species to Experimental Treatments that Mimic Cimate Change  EcologyPosterGolz, Haley; Etterson, Julie; Haines, Dustin; Dymond, Salli.Climate change
restoration
hydrology
herbaceous layer
PEC026July 23rd 5:30 pmSoil fungal assemblages, plant-microbial mechanisms, and ecosystem services on New York City green roofsEcologyPosterHoch, Jessica; Palmer, Matthew; McGuire, Krista .plant-microbial interactions 
community ecology
green infrastructure 
mycorrhizal fungi
ecosystem services 
urban ecology
PEC027July 23rd 5:30 pmThe pollen virome: viral diversity and novel viral discovery across diverse plant familiesEcologyPosterFetters, Andrea; Stephens, Jessica; Teresa Saenz Robles, Maria; Cantalupo, Paul; Pipas, James; Ashman, Tia-Lynn.pollen
viruses
pollination
PEC028July 23rd 5:30 pmModeling Sex Ratio Variation in Lobelia siphilitica L. (Campanulaceae)EcologyPosterMiller , John (Tony).gynodioecy
Lobelia siphilitica
ecological niche model
PEC029July 23rd 5:30 pmAnalysis of physical chemical control methods for two non-native species of ViburnumEcologyPosterCorrea, Juan; Fayette, Alicia; Johnson, Zachary; Cangiano, Michael; Morgan, Eric.invasive
Viburnum
PEC030July 23rd 5:30 pmLate season photosynthetic activity of three species of Asclepias and its impact on the selection of oviposition sites and survival of Danaus plexippus caterpillarsEcologyPosterJohnson, Zachary; Rasmussen, Megan; Morgan, Eric.Asclepias
Monarch
Long Island
New York
PEC031July 23rd 5:30 pmDensity dependent pollination and germination in the patchy vernal pool species Lasthenia californicaEcologyPosterHendrickson, Elizabeth; Thompson, Pamela; Cruzan, Mitchell.flower color
Pollinator preference
Pollinator attraction
Pollen deposition
Pollinator visitation
Self-incompatibility
Patch size
Session P: Contributed Posters: Education and Outreach : Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PEO001July 23rd 5:30 pmDrawing on a scientific legacy: repurposing discarded herbarium specimens as artEducation and Outreach PosterWendland, Amy; McCauley, Ross.Herbaria
Botanical Art
PEO002July 23rd 5:30 pmActively Engaging Student Visitors to HerbariaEducation and Outreach PosterSchenk, John; Mowbray, Rachel; Evans, Colleen; Glaze, Amanda.teaching
Science education
Pedagogy
Active Learning
Discovery learning
herbarium
Outreach
PEO003July 23rd 5:30 pmStudent led research in the Botanical Society of America Planting Science programEducation and Outreach PosterMaricle, Keri.photosynthesis
PEO004July 23rd 5:30 pmA test of the effectiveness of new laboratory exercises targeting understanding of phylogenetic analysis and trophic interactionsEducation and Outreach PosterIvey, Christopher.teaching
QUBES
Phylogenetics
Trophic interactions
Science education
PEO005July 23rd 5:30 pmMedicinal Plants for College Freshmen’s CUREsEducation and Outreach PosterNepal, Madhav; York, Dakota.Scientific Teaching
Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences
Creating Interests about Plants
Vision and Change Recommendations
CUREs
PEO006July 23rd 5:30 pm“Growing” student mindsets and study strategies in teaching upper-division plant science classesEducation and Outreach PosterGilland, Keith; Little, Amanda.Study strategies
Active Learning
PEO007July 23rd 5:30 pmIntegrating Plant Sciences into ReBUILD Detroit ProgramEducation and Outreach PosterBaker, Stokes S..Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity
NIH BUID
Metagenomics
Mentoring
PEO008July 23rd 5:30 pmScience outreach through college radio: Inspiration Dissemination, a case studyEducation and Outreach PosterFinch, Kristen; Lutes, Lauri.radio
talk show
Research
graduate students
community
listerners
audience
showcase
science communication
podcast
blog
story telling
PEO009July 23rd 5:30 pmTeaching Undergraduate Students Scanning Electron Microscopy Techniques Utilizing Botanical Garden CollectionsEducation and Outreach PosterSidoti, Brian; Oberle, Brad.scanning electron microscopy
Bromeliaceae
Dodecatheon
Morphometrics
education
PEO010July 23rd 5:30 pmEastern Washington University Palouse Prairie Region RestorationEducation and Outreach PosterBudsberg, Erik; O'Quinn, Robin; Bastow, Justin; Merg, Kurt.Palouse Praire
Outreach
restoration
Science education
PEO011July 23rd 5:30 pmSoutheastern Botany Hub: Toward a centralized, integrated network of botanists working on the flora of the southeastern USEducation and Outreach PosterCrowl, Andrew; Manos, Paul; Weakley, Alan; Krings, Alexander.Southeast
Website
Research portal
Session P: Contributed Posters: Ethnobotany: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PET001July 23rd 5:30 pmMolecular farming: Recombinant therapeutic proteins and bio-safety considerationsEthnobotanyPosterKhadia, Satish.Biomolecules
Recombinant proteins
Bio-safety
Vaccines
rDNA
Recombinant antibodies
PET002July 23rd 5:30 pmThe use of CyQuant Cell Proliferation Assay for Screening of Compounds Extracted from Selected Macrofungi in Nigeria for Anti-Cancer Activity with Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a Model OrganismEthnobotanyPosterAdongbede, Erute; Aduralere, Israel.Cell proliferation
Macrofungi
Polyphenols
Polysaccharide
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Session P: Contributed Posters: Evolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo): Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PEV001July 23rd 5:30 pmAn ontogenetic framework for functional studies in the model fern Ceratopteris richardiiEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)PosterConway, Stephanie; Di Stilio, Verónica S..ferns
Ceratopteris
morphology
Model plant
development
PEV002July 23rd 5:30 pmFlower size evolution and patterns of selection in organ size genes across the evolutionary history of angiospermsEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)PosterLandis, Jacob; Cohen, Jim.flower size
PAML
angiosperms
Phylogenetics
PEV003July 23rd 5:30 pmMimulus lewisii (Phrymaceae) - an emerging model system to unravel the mechanism of bilateral floral symmetry  Evolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)PosterSINGH, VIBHUTI; Sengupta, Aniket; Hileman, Lena.bilateral floral symmetry
Mimulus lewisii
floral mutants
model species
PEV004July 23rd 5:30 pmDevelopmental shifts to the nectary are associated with hummingbird adaptation in PenstemonEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)PosterKatzer, Amanda; Wessinger, Carolyn; Hileman, Lena.nectar
pollination syndrome
PEV005July 23rd 5:30 pmCYC2 genes and the reversal from floral zygomorphy to actinomorphy in Stigmaphyllon A. Juss. (Malpighiaceae)Evolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)PosterZhang, Jingbo; Cappellari-Rabeling, Simone ; Kramer, Elena; Davis, Charles; Zhang, Wenheng.CYC2-like genes
development
Floral evolution
floral symmetry
Malpighiaceae
Stigmaphyllon
subg. Ryssopterys
evolutionary reversal
PEV006July 23rd 5:30 pmEarly spatial shift in CYC2 expression implicated in the development of floral zygomorphy in MalpighiaceaeEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)PosterZhang, Jingbo; Kramer, Elena; Davis, Charles; Zhang, Wenheng.CYC2-like genes
Floral development
floral symmetry
Malpighiaceae
RNAin situ hybridization
Session P: Contributed Posters: Floristics: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PFL001July 23rd 5:30 pmNumerous new state records of vascular plants for KansasFloristicsPosterYoung Pryer, Samantha; Snow, Neil.floristics
Antennaria
Arenaria
Bromus
Callicarpa
Cardamine
Carex
Castanea
Desmodium
Elymus
Erysimum
Euthamnia
Ficaria
Fleischmania
Hedera
Hypericum
Ilex
Lespedeza
Leucojum
Liquidambar
Microstegium
Myosotis
Narcissus
Pinus
Populus
Quercus
Rhamnus
Salvia
Scirpus
Solidago
Sorghum
Stellaria
Woodwardia
Kansas
PFL002July 23rd 5:30 pmThe Flora of Beaver County in the Oklahoma Panhandle and the Assembly of Western Great Plains Plant Communities Along a Hydrological GradientFloristicsPosterStarzak, Nikolai; FISHBEIN, MARK.Flora
Great Plains
community ecology
community phylogenetics
PFL003July 23rd 5:30 pmStatus of Baptisia australis (Fabaceae) in Pennsylvania and the potential impact of escaped cultivated genotypes: Preliminary observationsFloristicsPosterMoore, Cheyenne; Schuette, Scott; McDonnell, Angela; Martine, Christopher.invasive plants
species inventories
riparian
Baptisia
Fabaceae
Leguminosae
cultivated plants
Natural Heritage Programs
Rare plant
Conservation
population genetics
Pennsylvania
PFL004July 23rd 5:30 pmMolecular evidence for distinctiveness of two forms of the Hawaiian endemic, Chenopodium oahuense (Amaranthaceae)FloristicsPosterHarper, Stephanie; McDonnell, Angela; Cantley, Jason T.; Martine, Christopher.Chenopodium
Amaranthaceae
Chenopodiaceae
Speciation
salinity
Hawaii
Conservation
undergraduate research
PFL005July 23rd 5:30 pmA floristic survey of vascular plants of the Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship, Purcellville, Loudoun County, VirginiaFloristicsPosterMcMurchie, Elizabeth; Weeks, Andrea.floristics
plants of Virginia
PFL006July 23rd 5:30 pmThe vascular flora of the Meeman Biological Field StationFloristicsPosterPrather , Nathanael Philip; Bayer, Randall.
Session P: Contributed Posters: Hybrids and Hybridization: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PHH001July 23rd 5:30 pmThe pollination biology of hybrids of Echinacea simulata and Echinacea paradoxaHybrids and HybridizationPosterStumbo, Joseph; Krakos, Kyra.Echinacea simulata
Echinacea paradoxa
Pollination biology
Hybridization 
PHH002July 23rd 5:30 pmSoyabean and possible drawbacks associated with latest GMOs and HybridesHybrids and HybridizationPosterSharma, Meenakshi.Soyabean
health
 GMOs
Hybrids
Wild relatives
PHH003July 23rd 5:30 pmIncongruence of nuclear and plastid markers supports the hybrid origin of the edaphic endemic Packera mancosana (Asteraceae: Senecioneae) in southwestern ColoradoHybrids and HybridizationPosterMcCauley, Ross; Swindell, Emily; Tabb, Stacey.Asteraceae
edaphic
endemic
Hybridization
Colorado
Session P: Contributed Posters: Macroevolution: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PME001July 23rd 5:30 pmPhylogenetic Comparative Method illuminates Macroevolutionary origin of the Amaryllidaceae UmbelMacroevolutionPosterMartinez-Gomez, Jesus ; Specht, Chelsea.Macroevolution
Inflorescence development
RevBayes
Trait Evolution
PME002July 23rd 5:30 pmDoes herbivore co-option of a plant defense drive its loss?: Testing the defense de-escalation of pyrrolizidine alkaloid evolution in Apocynaceae (the dogbane and milkweed family)MacroevolutionPosterSmith, Chelsea R.; Teisher, Jordan; Straub, Shannon; Livshultz, Tatyana.Apocynaceae
Phylogenomics
Alkaloids
secondary chemistry
biochemical evolution
plant-insect interactions
Metabolism
co-option
co-evolution
target enrichment
PME003July 23rd 5:30 pmGenome duplication impact on secondary metabolite composition in non-cultivated speciesMacroevolutionPosterGaynor, Michelle; Lim-Hing, Simone; Mason, Chase.Genome Duplication
Polyploidy
plant defense
systematic meta-analysis
secondary metabolite
Session P: Contributed Posters: Molecular Ecology: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PME001July 23rd 5:30 pmBoth climatic change and geographic isolation have driven the diversification of Amana in East AsiaMolecular EcologyPosterZhang, Yonghua; Cai, Minqi; Chen, Yao; Xie, Xinglv; Cameron, Kenneth; Fu, Chengxin; Li, Pan.
PME002July 23rd 5:30 pmMetagenomics of rhizobacterial community associated with the bryophyte, Funaria hygrometrica – A pioneer of burnt sitesMolecular EcologyPosterKUMAR, SACHIN; SINGH, VIBHUTI; UNIYAL, Prem Lal.Rhizobacteria
Funaria
burnt sites
Metagenomics
PME003July 23rd 5:30 pmIdentification of microsatellite loci for investigating bird-mediated genetic isolation by habitat in oak mistletoe (Phoradendron leucarpum) (Raf.) Reveal & M. C. JohnstMolecular EcologyPosterFlanders, Nicholas; Musselman, Lytton; Randle, Christopher; Barshis, Daniel; Walters, Eric.mistletoe
isolation by habitat
seed dispersal
Microsatellite
PME004July 23rd 5:30 pmUnderstanding the role of epigenetics and phenotypic plasticity in shaping variation in geographic range size in the geographically restricted genus, LeavenworthiaMolecular EcologyPosterWilliams, Brigette; Miller, Allison; Edwards, Christine.rarity
phenotypic plasticity
epigenetics
conservation epigenetics
Leavenworthia
DNA methylation
Quantitative Genetics
plant conservation
PME005July 23rd 5:30 pmThe tempo of floral gene expression in Canella winterana, a synchronously dichogamous speciesMolecular EcologyPosterGarrett, Patrick; Moore, Rich.synchronous dichogamy
Differential Expression Analysis
RNAseq
Session P: Contributed Posters: Mycology: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PMY001July 23rd 5:30 pmInfluence of vegetation parameters on ectomycorrhizal fungal community production in guineo-sudanian forests (Benin)MycologyPosterBoni, Souleymane.Mushrooms community
Host trees
mushroom community
biomass
diversity
species richness
PMY002July 23rd 5:30 pmPhylogenetic characterization of Amanita: an ectomycorrhizal genus from dry and moist temperate forests of PakistanMycologyPosterNaseer, Arooj; Khalid, Adul Nasir Khalid.
PMY003July 23rd 5:30 pmEffectiveness of commercially available mycorrhizal products on seed germination and seedling growthMycologyPosterMeriwether, Megan; Walker, Hayley; Twanabasu, Bishnu.mycorrhizal fungi
commerical bioinoculants 
Session P: Contributed Posters: Paleobotany: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PPB001July 23rd 5:30 pmWas Araucaria Sec. Eutacta living in Eocene Patagonia? Systematic revision of Araucaria pichileufensis indicates an Australasian rainforest connection PaleobotanyPosterRossetto, Gabriella; Escapa, Ignacio; Wilf, Peter.Araucariaceae
Araucaria
Patagonia
Eocene
paleobotany
Gondwana
Biogeography
PPB002July 23rd 5:30 pmIncertae sedis: Unidentified late Eocene plants in the collection of Florissant Fossil Beds National MonumentPaleobotanyPosterAllen, Sarah; Meyer, Herbert; Thornton, Carolyn; Manchester, Steven.paleobotany
Eocene
Florissant
National Park Service
Leaves
flowers
fruits
PPB003July 23rd 5:30 pmA diverse assemblage of exquisite Pliocene mosses from northern New ZealandPaleobotanyPosterGeary, Ian; Beever, Jessica; Lee, Daphne; Conran, John; Lord, Janice.paleobotany
Fossil bryophytes
PPB004July 23rd 5:30 pmPaleoclimate and taphonomic implications of a palynological sample from the Jones Branch interval, Catahoula FormationPaleobotanyPosterBaghai-Riding, Nina; Axsmith, Brian; Phillips, George.palynomorph
late Oligocene
megafossil
PPB005July 23rd 5:30 pmA silicified endocarp of Phytocreneae (Icacinaceae) from the early Paleocene of Patagonia, southern South AmericaPaleobotanyPosterPoore, Colton; Jud , Nathan A; GANDOLFO , MARIA A.endocarp
fossil
Icacinaceae
paleocene
Patagonia
paleobotany
Phytocreneae
Micro CT-scan
PPB006July 23rd 5:30 pmTaxonomic composition of the Neogene Gray Fossil Site carpoflora (Tennessee, USA)PaleobotanyPosterHermsen, Elizabeth J..Neogene
Gray Fossil Site
Tennessee
angiosperms
Session P: Contributed Posters: Phylogenomics: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PPH001July 23rd 5:30 pmDifficulties in the Inference of Ancient Whole-Genome DuplicationsPhylogenomicsPosterSong, Michael; Rothfels, Carl; Igic, Boris.Polyploidy
whole genome duplication
ks plot
PPH002July 23rd 5:30 pmPhyscraper: automatic updating of phylogeniesPhylogenomicsPosterKandziora, Martha; McTavish, Emily Jane.Phylogenetics
workflow
automatic updating
python
Senecioneae
Asteraceae
PPH003July 23rd 5:30 pmDeveloping tools to capture loci of two distant clades of MelastomataceaePhylogenomicsPosterAmarasinghe, Prabha; Jantzen, Johanna; Soltis, Douglas; SOLTIS, PAMELA S.; Cellinese, Nico.Memecylon
Tibouchina
Melastomataceae
target enrichment
HybPiper
PPH004July 23rd 5:30 pmHunting the treasure of Cape Oxalis diversityPhylogenomicsPosterZeisek, Vojtěch; Oberlander, Kenneth; Dreyer, Leanne; Schmickl, Roswitha.Phylogenomics
Phylogenetics
biodiversity
Taxonomy
Evolution
Oxalis
HTS
South Africa
Greater Cape Floristic Region
PPH005July 23rd 5:30 pmPhylogenomic analyses reveal extensive gene flow within the magic flowers (Achimenes)PhylogenomicsPosterRoberts, Wade; Roalson, Eric.Achimenes
Gesneriaceae
Hybridization
Introgression
Phylogenomics
transcriptomics
PPH006July 23rd 5:30 pmThe Evolutionary and Ecological Roles of Illinois Listed Endangered and Threatened GrassesPhylogenomicsPosterPischl, Phyllis; Duvall, M.Poaceae
Endangered Species
Phylogenomics
PPH007July 23rd 5:30 pmCapsi-conundrum: Resolving Relationships within Capsiceae (Solanaceae)PhylogenomicsPosterSanbonmatsu , Katie K; Mukai, Maya; Spalink, Daniel; BOHS , LYNN ALLISON.Capsicum
Solanaceae
Lycianthes
Capsiceae
Phylogenomics
Phylogenetics
genealogical discordance
Incomplete Lineage Sorting
concordance
Evolution
MrBayes
BUCKy
PPH008July 23rd 5:30 pmResolving the Phylogeny and Understanding the Molecular Evolution of Rapidly Diversifying South American Pitcher Plants Heliamphora(Sarraceniaceae)PhylogenomicsPosterLiu, Sukuan; Smith, Stacey D..Carnivorous Plants
Evolution
RNA-Seq
Phylogenetics
PPH009July 23rd 5:30 pmResolving Relationships in Leucaena through Reference Guided and de novo TranscriptomicsPhylogenomicsPosterAbair, Alexander; Nageswara-Rao, Madhugiri; Dugas, Diana; Hughes, Colin; Bailey, Donovan.Leucaena
Leguminosae
Polyploid
phylogeny
Genomics
transcriptomics
Hybridization
orthology
paralogy
Session P: Contributed Posters: Physiology: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PPH001July 23rd 5:30 pmDifferential responses in Pennisetum glaucum (L) and Zea mays (L) cultivars under simulated drought stress conditionPhysiologyPosterIwuala, Emmanuel.drought
biomass
Pennisetum glaucum
Antioxidants
Zea mays
PPH002July 23rd 5:30 pmGreening rate and photosynthetic development of leaves in corn and beanPhysiologyPosterKriss , Tayler J; Maricle, Brian.chlorophyll fluorescence
greening
photochemistry
Leaf Development
gas exchange
Session P: Contributed Posters: Physiology & Ecophysiology: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PPE001July 23rd 5:30 pmDoes vessel transport capacity influence leaf out time in woody species?Physiology & EcophysiologyPosterQuick-Singh, Rishika; Montgomery, Rebecca; Savage, Jessica.xylem
phenology
leaf out
PPE002July 23rd 5:30 pmFloral color dimorphism and anthocyanin in Ipomopsis aggregata: Fitness and resistance to UV radiation damage.Physiology & EcophysiologyPosterDahl, Julian; Brown, Keirsten; Barbara, Lish; Heschel, M. Shane.Anthocyanin
UV
fitness
PPE003July 23rd 5:30 pmUnderstanding freezing and drought resistance mechanisms in PooidaePhysiology & EcophysiologyPosterMelcher, Peter; Preston, Jill.Freezing
drought
fluorescence
stomata
PPE004July 23rd 5:30 pmFlowering without leaves: Does stem hydraulic supply constrain floral water loss?Physiology & EcophysiologyPosterMcMann, Natalie; Savage, Jessica.xylem hydraulics
floral
Physiology
stem hydraulics
flowers
Temperate trees
Woody Plants
PPE005July 23rd 5:30 pmTrade-off and plasticity response of low nutrient, low rainfall adapted species to increased water and nutrientsPhysiology & EcophysiologyPosterNielsen, Reina ; Drenovsky, Rebecca.Nutrient uptake
Climate change
Nitrogen deposition
Resorption
PPE006July 23rd 5:30 pmThe spatial distribution of chlorophyll within leavesPhysiology & EcophysiologyPosterBorsuk, Aleca; Brodersen, Craig.chlorophyll fluorescence
leaf optics
photosynthesis modeling
leaf microstructure
PPE007July 23rd 5:30 pmLatitudinal and elevational patterns of freezing tolerance in a widespread annual plantPhysiology & EcophysiologyPosterPalacio-López, Kattia; Oakley, Christopher.Freezing tolerance
Cold acclimation
Elevational cline
Winter annual
Latitudinal cline
local adaptation
PPE008July 23rd 5:30 pmScale-Down of Extraction Method and Validation of Assay to Quantify Total Glucosinolates in Brassicaceous Gypsum EndemicsPhysiology & EcophysiologyPosterTuominen , L.K.; Reicholf, Rebecca; Drenovsky, Rebecca.Brassicaceae
edaphic adaptation
Glucosinolates
gypsum
method development
phytochemical assay
Specialized metabolism
sulfur
PPE009July 23rd 5:30 pmTesting the Direct Effects of Secondary Metabolites on Vanessa carduiPhysiology & EcophysiologyPosterLim-Hing, Simone; Mason, Chase.Secondary metabolites
lepidoptera 
toxicity 
herbivore 
Asteraceae 
PPE010July 23rd 5:30 pmEffect of sulfide and lactic acid on cytochrome c oxidase activities in plant roots and catfish liverPhysiology & EcophysiologyPosterQuispe, Naomi; Westerhaus, Kathryn; Kobayashi, Yasuhiro; Maricle, Brian.reed canarygrass
respiration
inhibition
PPE011July 23rd 5:30 pmFoliar and whole-plant nutrition of gypsum floras from the USA and SpainPhysiology & EcophysiologyPosterMuller, Clare; Palacio, Sara; Moore, Michael J.; Drenovsky, Rebecca.gypsum
Chihuahuan Desert
sulfur accumulation
PPE012July 23rd 5:30 pmEvaluating Salinity Tolerance in Wild, Landrace, and Domesticated Helianthus annuusPhysiology & EcophysiologyPosterTran, Vivian ; Temme, Andries; Donovan, Lisa.salinity
Abiotic Stress
Helianthus
Sunflower
Salt Tolerance
domestication
PPE013July 23rd 5:30 pmUrban heterogeneity drives high phenotypic diversity in urban compared to rural populations of common ragweedPhysiology & EcophysiologyPosterKostanecki, Adam; Gorton, Amanda J; Moeller, David A.urban evolution
genetic differentiation
heterogeneity
population biology
urban flora
PPE014July 23rd 5:30 pmAdaptive evolution of Clarkia xantiana ssp. xantiana in response to the recent California droughtPhysiology & EcophysiologyPosterFaulkner, Alexai.adaptive evolution
stress adaptation
Climate change
relative growth rate
phenology
drought tolerance
Resurrection approach
Session P: Contributed Posters: Population Genetics/Genomics: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PPG001July 23rd 5:30 pmChloroplast genome analyses and genomic resource development for epilithic sister genera Oresitrophe and Mukdenia (Saxifragaceae), using genome skimming dataPopulation Genetics/GenomicsPosterLiu, Luxian; Wang, Yuewen; He, Peizi; Lee, Joongku; Li, Pan; Soltis, Douglas; Fu, Chengxin.Chloroplast genome
cp hotspot
East Asia
population genetics
SSR
PPG002July 23rd 5:30 pmConservation genetics of Phlox hirsuta, a threatened serpentine speciesPopulation Genetics/GenomicsPosterCohen, Jim; Ruane, Lauren.Phlox
Polemoniaceae
Serpentine
Conservation
California
PPG003July 23rd 5:30 pmMechanism of Flower Patterning in PlantsPopulation Genetics/GenomicsPosterZheng, Xingyu; Puzey, Joshua; Cooley, Arielle.pigment patterning 
population genetics
Hybridization
reaction diffusion kinatics
PPG004July 23rd 5:30 pmPopulation genetic differentiation and adaptive evolution between populations of different altitude of Juniperus formosana HayataPopulation Genetics/GenomicsPosterChiang, Yu-Chung; Pan, Ching- Wen ; Hsu, Tsai-Wen .genetic differentiation
Juniperus formosana
 adaptive evolution
Adaptation
PPG005July 23rd 5:30 pmPhytochemical and genetic analysis of American mayapplePopulation Genetics/GenomicsPosterUmali, Johann; Obae, Samuel.Podophyllotoxin
HPLC
SSR
Mandrake
PPG006July 23rd 5:30 pmProject Baseline: the resurrection is comingPopulation Genetics/GenomicsPosterEtterson, Julie; Mazer, Susan; Franks, Steven; Weis, Arthur; Shaw, Ruth.Resurrection approach
contemporary evolution
population genetics
seed bank
PPG007July 23rd 5:30 pmPopulation structure and local adaptation in Tephrosia virginiana (Fabaceae)Population Genetics/GenomicsPosterJoines, Jason Paul; Cooper, Elizabeth A.; DeWalt, Saara J.; Walker, Joan L..Landscape genomics
local adaptation
herbaceous plants
longleaf pine
PPG008July 23rd 5:30 pmAssessing the genetic diversity of native and non-native Phragmites (common reed) in WisconsinPopulation Genetics/GenomicsPosterBautzmann, Rachel; Pesch, Jared; Murphy, Brandon; Tippery, Nicholas.Phragmites
invasive plants
wetland ecology
population genetics
microsatellites
PPG009July 23rd 5:30 pmDelineating Taxa within the Sweet Pitcher Plant Species Complex: Maybe Not so Sweet?Population Genetics/GenomicsPosterMcNair , Mason C; Leebens-Mack, Jim.Carnivorous Plants
population genetics
Systematics
Taxonomy
Morphometrics
Speciation
Hybridization
PPG010July 23rd 5:30 pmGenetic Relationships and Polyploid Origins in The Lippia alba polyploid complex (Mill.) N.E. Brown (Verbenaceae)Population Genetics/GenomicsPosterLopes , Juliana; Mavrodiev, Evgeny; Carvalho, Humberto Henrique; Zorzatto, Cristiane; Azevedo, Ana Luisa; Machado, Marco Antonio; Gitzendanner, Matt; Soltis, Douglas; SOLTIS, PAMELA S.; Viccini, Lyderson.Lippia alba
microsatellites
nuclear genes
plastid genes
Polyploid
Verbenaceae
PPG011July 23rd 5:30 pmGenetic and phenotypic diversity in a halophytic grassPopulation Genetics/GenomicsPosterGoad, David.halophyte
Hybridization
salt stress
ionomics
population genomics
Session P: Contributed Posters: Pteridology: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PPT001July 23rd 5:30 pmPhylogeny and biogeography of endemic ferns in a biodiversity hotspotPteridologyPosterRiibe, Lindsey; Sessa, Emily.ferns
island biogeography
West Indies
reticulate evolution
Conservation
Phylogenetics
long distance dispersal
PPT002July 23rd 5:30 pmA Phylogenetic Approach to The Appalachian Asplenium Reticulate ComplexPteridologyPosterBunker, Marguerite; Sessa, Emily.ferns
Polyploidy
Phylogenetics
reticulate evolution
asplenium
appalachian
PPT003July 23rd 5:30 pmEvidence for mechanisms that promote outcrossing in the homosporous fern Osmunda claytoniana PteridologyPosterSteven, Janet; Decatur, George; Quick-Cole, Emily.Gametophyte
outcrossing
antheridiogens
Osmundaceae
PPT004July 23rd 5:30 pmTesting the gender response of apogamous ferns to exogenous antheridiogens: A case study in Myriopteris lindheimeri (Pteridaceae)PteridologyPosterVu, Amanda; Grusz, Amanda.apogamy
apomixis
autopolyploid
Gametophyte
Pteridophyte
reproductive mode
PPT005July 23rd 5:30 pmEnvironmental drivers of intra-specific trait variation and adaptation in the fern Polystichum imbricansPteridologyPosterZeller , Zachary Conrad; Natalie, Triester; Krieg, Christopher; McCulloh, Kate; Sessa, Emily.ferns
ecophysiology
Adaptation
functional traits
PPT006July 23rd 5:30 pmFunctional impact of cell size in a polyploid fern complex: implications for co-existence mechanismsPteridologyPosterTriester, Natalie; Krieg, Christopher; McCulloh, Kate; Sessa, Emily.ferns
ecophysiology
Polyploidy
Adaptation
functional traits
Session P: Contributed Posters: Reproductive Processes: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PRP001July 23rd 5:30 pmTemporal variation in the pollination and morphology of Campanula americanaReproductive ProcessesPosterLuth, Jack; Spurgeon, Alexandra; Krakos, Kyra.pollination
morphology
Campanula americana
C. americana
reproductive ecology
pollination system
PRP002July 23rd 5:30 pmThe reproductive biology of a glade population of Parthenium integrifoliumReproductive ProcessesPosterDeterding, Deanna; Krakos, Kyra.pollination system
Plant Reproduction Biology
PRP003July 23rd 5:30 pmStaminodial Evolution in Mentzelia Section Bartonia and Their Impact on the Male Fitness of FlowersReproductive ProcessesPosterSturges, Lucia; Schenk, John.Ancestral character estimation
Androecium
European honey bee
fitness
Floral evolution
co-option
pollination
staminode
Loasaceae
Mentzelia
PRP004July 23rd 5:30 pmThe pollination system of Penstemon cobaea in a glade populationReproductive ProcessesPosterGlass , Patrick Xavier; Krakos, Kyra.Pollination biology
PRP005July 23rd 5:30 pmPost-pollination development in water-pollinated Stuckenia pectinataReproductive ProcessesPosterBaker, Emma; DuMond, Sabrina; Dang, Christie; Taylor, Mackenzie.Alismatales
Potamogetonaceae
hydrophily
pollination
progamic phase
pollen
pollen tube
PRP006July 23rd 5:30 pmBattle of the sexes: analyzing differences in floral scent of male and female inflorescences in Canella winteranaReproductive ProcessesPosterJohnson, Sophia; Schurr, Paige; Garrett, Patrick; Majetic, Cassie.floral scent
dichogamy
PRP007July 23rd 5:30 pmA volatile in time: The scent emissions of Canella winterana through its sexual stage transitionReproductive ProcessesPosterSchurr, Paige; Garrett, Patrick; Johnson, Sophia; Majetic, Cassie.floral scent
dichogamy
Nueter Phase
PRP008July 23rd 5:30 pmThe Effect of Geography on Intraspecific Cross CompatibilityReproductive ProcessesPosterKantor, Alexis; Pretz, Chelsea; Smith, Stacey D..Pollination biology
Physalis acutifolia
Solanaceae
self-pollination
outcrossing
New Mexico
mating system
PRP009July 23rd 5:30 pmSelf-incompatibility haplotypes can diversify through sequential mutation and gene conversionReproductive ProcessesPosterHarkness, Alexander; Brandvain, Yaniv; Goldberg, Emma.Self-incompatibility
Breeding system
Solanaceae
PRP010July 23rd 5:30 pmUnderstanding Variation in The Effects of Heterospecific Pollen Receipt: The Effect of Donor and Recipient TraitsReproductive ProcessesPosterPatel, Cheril; Arceo-Gomez, Gerardo; Kaczorowski, Rainee; Ashman, Tia-Lynn.Heterospecific pollen deposition
pollination
plant reproduction
PRP011July 23rd 5:30 pmThe effects of invasive plant species on pollen transfer networks in Southern Appalachian floral communitiesReproductive ProcessesPosterBarker, Daniel A.; Arceo-Gomez, Gerardo.pollinators
pollen
invasive
Transport
PRP012July 23rd 5:30 pmThe trajectory of the mating system and factors affecting selfing and outcrossing rates in an amphicarpic species with a mixed mating system, Polygala lewtoniiReproductive ProcessesPosterMeyer, Elena; Swift, Joel; Smith, Stacy; Bassuner, Burgund; Menges, Eric; Edwards, Christine.Conservation 
Polygala lewtonii
mixed-mating
Plant Reproduction Biology
fire
Selfing
Ecological Disturbance 
PRP013July 23rd 5:30 pmDifferential reward in “male” versus “female” pollen of functionally dioecious SolanumReproductive ProcessesPosterNdem, Jackie; Hall, Jessica E. ; McDonnell, Angela; Martine, Christopher.Solanum
Solanaceae
dioecy
pollen
pollination
buzz pollination
Australia
andromonoecy
pollen feeding
pollen heteromorphism
inaperturate pollen
PRP014July 23rd 5:30 pmCryptic Dioecy in Stigmaphyllon subgenus Ryssopterys (Malpighiaceae)Reproductive ProcessesPosterTaylor, David; Anderson, Gregory.Malpighiaceae
Stigmaphyllon
Ryssopterys
dioecy
PRP015July 23rd 5:30 pmReport of Fungal Endophyte in Anthers of Stigmaphyllon subgenus Ryssopterys (Malpighiaceae)Reproductive ProcessesPosterTaylor, David; Anderson, Gregory.Malpighiaceae
Stigmaphyllon
Ryssopterys
endophyte
fungal endophyte
fungal spores
PRP016July 23rd 5:30 pmInformative floral reward cues: patterns of correlation between flower size and floral reward productionReproductive ProcessesPosterEssenberg, Carla; Benson, Gabriel W..pollination
Floral traits
nectar
pollen
flower size
cues
information
PRP017July 23rd 5:30 pmExamination of functional reproductive differences among floral morphs in Passiflora incarnata L. (Passifloraceae)Reproductive ProcessesPosterHaw, Hannah; Krosnick, Shawn.
PRP018July 23rd 5:30 pmSelection on phenological traits changes over the flowering season in a self-incompatible annual: Implications for the formation of adaptive temporal clinesReproductive ProcessesPosterLeventhal, Laura; Weis, Arthur; Bai, Karen; Peters, Madeline; Ison, Jennifer.temporal genetic structure
assortative mating
Brassica rapa
adaptive cline
phenology
pollen pool
selection gradient
paternity
isolation by time
isolation by distance
PRP019July 23rd 5:30 pmReproductive characteristics of Physaria globosa (Desvaux) O'Kane & Al-Shehbaz (Brassicaceae) as measured in an ex-situ cultivated population in Putnam County, TNReproductive ProcessesPosterSaunders, Madisen; Krosnick, Shawn.
PEC022July 23rd 5:30 pmWinter drought impact on the reproductive ecology of Ratibida pinnataReproductive ProcessesPosterWhaley, Shelby; Krakos, Kyra.drought
reproductive ecology
Ratibida pinnata
Session P: Contributed Posters: Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe Interactions: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PSM001July 23rd 5:30 pmComparative Shifts in the Reproductive Biology of Tradescantia ohiensisSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPosterCaceres, Steven; Spurgeon, Alexandra; Krakos, Kyra; Spurgeon, Alexandra.T. Ohiensis
PSM002July 23rd 5:30 pmMycorrhiza and Host SpecificitySymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPosterSharma, Meenakshi.Mycorrhiza
Symbioses
relative growth rate
Environment stressors
Genetically Strong Seeds
Genetically Weak Seeds
Interpretation of negative results 
PSM003July 23rd 5:30 pmNative Vegetation within Urban and Agricultural Landscapes: The Influence of Spatial Attributes on Tritrophic InteractionsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPosterSalas, Andrea; Koptur, Suzanne; Jayachandran, Krish; Ayala-Silva, Thomas; Sah, Jay.Parasitoids
Herbivores
Fabaceae
Lepidoptera
Hymenoptera
Beneficial Insects
Trophic interactions
Plant-Insect interaction
isolation
Session P: Contributed Posters: Systematics: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PSY001July 23rd 5:30 pmSystematics and evolution of Thelypodieae (Brassicaceae): progress and perspectivesSystematicsPosterCacho, N.Ivalu; Monteverde Suarez, María Jose.
PSY002July 23rd 5:30 pmInvestigating evolutionary relationships within the tribes Pogostemoneae and Gomphostemmateae (Subfamily:Lamioideae; Family:Lamiaceae)SystematicsPosterBashaw, Benjamin; Roy, Tilottama.Lamiaceae
Gomphostemmateae
Pogostemoneae
nuclear loci
chloroplast
species
PSY003July 23rd 5:30 pmSystematics of Gossia (Myrtaceae) in New CaledoniaSystematicsPosterSnow, Neil.Myrtaceae
New Caledonia
Gossia
new species
PSY004July 23rd 5:30 pmAllopatric Speciation Produced Diversity Anomaly between Eastern Asia and Eastern North America: Evidence from Anchored Phylogenomics of Stewartia (Theaceae)SystematicsPosterLi, Jianhua; Del Tredici, Peter; Lemmon, Alan; Lemmon, Emily; Zhao, Yunpeng; Fu, Chengxin.Anchored hybrid enrichment
anomaly of diversity
eastern Asia-eastern North American disjunction
Stewartia
Theaceae
PSY005July 23rd 5:30 pmA proposed phylogenetic & taxonomic reclassification of the collective Rumex genusSystematicsPosterGrant, Kirstie; Burke, Janelle.Rumex
Sexual systems
phylogeny
PSY006July 23rd 5:30 pmLineage diversification of Cypripedium acaule Aiton (Orchidaceae) across New EnglandSystematicsPosterWalazek, Kayla; Jolles, Diana.Biogeography
Orchidaceae
pollination
New England
species diversity
PSY007July 23rd 5:30 pmThe Jamaican Endemic Genera ProjectSystematicsPosterCommock, Tracy; Campbell, Keron; Rose, Philip; Francisco-Ortega, Javier; Jestrow, Brett.biodiversity hotspots
Caribbean
Greater Antilles
Systematics
angiosperms
Evolutionary Conservation
Endemic Genera
PSY008July 23rd 5:30 pmTerraria haydenii (Thelypodieae, Brassicaceae), a New Mustard Genus and Species from the West Desert Region of North America’s Great BasinSystematicsPosterHildebrand, Terri; Al-Shehbaz, Ihsan A..Cruciferae
Hesperidanthus
Utah
rbcL
trnL-F
PSY009July 23rd 5:30 pmDisentangling the gypsum endemic Mentzelias of the northern Chihuahuan DesertSystematicsPosterFeng, Keyi; Garnett, Sydney; Douglas, Norman; Flores Olvera, Hilda; Ochoterena, Helga; Moore, Michael J..Mentzelia
Loasaceae
gypsum
New Mexico
Texas
Chihuahuan Desert
Biogeography
PSY010July 23rd 5:30 pmNiche evolution in Abronia and Tripterocalyx (Nyctaginaceae)SystematicsPosterEdwards, Caroline; LoPresti, Eric; Douglas, Norman; Flores Olvera, Hilda; Ochoterena, Helga; Moore, Michael J..Abronia
Tripterocalyx
Nyctaginaceae
edaphic
North America
Phylogenetics
PSY011July 23rd 5:30 pmSeparating Sequenced GrindeliaSystematicsPosterMonaghan, Leann; Johnson, Grace; Wike, Sarah; Moore, Abigail.Grindelia
Asteraceae
Taxonomy
PSY012July 23rd 5:30 pmLeaf morphological variation of Arctostaphylos glandulosa subspeciesSystematicsPosterSaavedra, Natalie; Morrison, Glen; Huang, Yi; Sanders, Andrew; Burge, Dylan; Stoughton, Thomas; Parker, Thomas; Keeley, Jon; Litt, Amy.Morphometrics
manzanitas
Arctostaphylos
subspecies
Leaf shape
California Floristic Province
PSY013July 23rd 5:30 pmPhylogenomics of the rock daisies (Perityleae; Asteraceae)SystematicsPosterLichter Marck , Isaac H; Freyman, Will; Schneider, Adam; Tian, Eddie; Baldwin, Bruce.Perityleae
Asteraceae
Systematics
Evolution
Deserts
PSY014July 23rd 5:30 pmNew insights into the phylogeny of New World Piper based on genome-wide RAD sequence dataSystematicsPosterTepe, Eric; Uckele, Kathryn; Parchman, Thomas.giant genus
Neotropics
NGS
Piperaceae
Systematics
PSY015July 23rd 5:30 pmThe role of genome duplication and variation in nuclear genome size in the evolution of the Cape floraSystematicsPosterChumová, Zuzana; Zeisek, Vojtěch; Trávníček, Pavel; Suda, Jan.Greater Cape Floristic Region
genome size
Polyploid speciation
database
PSY016July 23rd 5:30 pmIncreased Phylogenetic Resolution Using Target Capture of Nuclear Loci in RubusSystematicsPosterCarter, Katherine A.; Alice, Lawrence A.; LISTON, AARON; Mockler, Todd C.; Bryant, Douglas W. ; Bushakra, Jill; Bassil, Nahla; Hummer, Kim E..Rubus
Targeted Sequence Capture
Phylogenomics
Rosaceae
PSY017July 23rd 5:30 pmDiversification and Niche Evolution in the Malagasy endemic genus Humbertiella (Hibisceae: Malvaceae)SystematicsPosterAkhlaq , Asra; Hanes , Margaret Mae.RADseq
Madagascar
Malvaceae
phylogeny
species distribution model
PSY018July 23rd 5:30 pmSystematics of the North American AstereaeSystematicsPosterSzubryt, Marisa; Neubig, Kurt; Urbatsch, Lowell.Systematics
Phylogenetics
Asteraceae
Astereae
Ericameria
genome skimming
Nuclear ribosomal cistron
plastome
PSY019July 23rd 5:30 pmEvolution, phylogenetics and phylogeography of Liliaceae subfamily StreptopoideaeSystematicsPosterWang, Shenyi; Cameron, Kenneth; Li, Pan.Streptopoideae
Phylogeography
phylogeny
PSY020July 23rd 5:30 pmSystematics of the endemic species of Lithophila (Amaranthaceae: Gomphrenoideae) in the Galapagos IslandsSystematicsPosterMcCauley, Ross; Jaramillo, Patricia.Amaranthaceae
Galapagos Islands
Island evolution
Morphometrics
PSY021July 23rd 5:30 pmTaxa of the genus Odontarrhena (Brassicaceae) in Balkan - taxonomy and phylogenetic relationshipsSystematicsPosterCetlova, Veronika; Šlenker, Marek; Melichárková, Andrea; Zozomová-Lihová, Judita; Marhold, Karol; Španiel, Stanislav.Brassicaceae
Cruciferae
Polyploidy
DNA sequencing
Odontarrhena
PSY022July 23rd 5:30 pmGenetic Diversity Across Asparagus Breeding LinesSystematicsPosterPopecki, Margot; Leebens-Mack, Jim.population genetics
Systematics
PSY023July 23rd 5:30 pmA phylogeny of the Orchidaceae using genome skimmed nuclear ribosomal cistronsSystematicsPosterLipe, Kierstin; Valencia, Janice ; Whitten, William; Neubig, Kurt.genome skimming
Nuclear ribosomal cistron
phylogeny
Orchidaceae
PSY024July 23rd 5:30 pmFloral symmetry and the evolution of floral characters in pentamerous and trimerous angiospermsSystematicsPosterBukhari, Ghadeer; Zhang, Jingbo; Stevens, Peter; Zhang, Wenheng.monocots
eudicots
Trimerous
Pentamerous
Bract
Bracteole
Floral zygomorphy
floral symmetry
phylogeny
Ancestral state reconstruction
floral morphology
Floral organ initiation
homoplasy
angiosperms
Pentapetalae
Prophyll
Magnoliids
PSY025July 23rd 5:30 pmPlastid phylogenomics of the genus HostaSystematicsPosterLewis, Michelle; Blakely, Sarah; McKain, Michael.plastid phylogenomics
Hosta
drought tolerance
PSY026July 23rd 5:30 pmDisentangling the lineages of Trema micrantha using phylogenetics and biogeography SystematicsPosterWhitley, Breanna; Neubig, Kurt; Garwood, Nancy.Phylogenetics
Biogeography
Systematics 
Taxonomy
PSY027July 23rd 5:30 pmPhylogenetic incongruence and interspecific crossability in the tomatillos (Physalis, Solanaceae)SystematicsPosterPretz, Chelsea; Deanna, Rocio; Smith, Stacey D..Unidirectional-compatibility
Incompatibility
Introgression
Incongruence
PSY028July 23rd 5:30 pmPhylogenetic studies in North American Sisyrinchium angustifolium species complex   Keegan Shults, J. Richard Abbott, & Kurt M. NeubigSystematicsPosterShults, Keegan; Neubig, Kurt; Abbott, Richard.Sisyrinchium
Sisyrinchium angustifolium
Phylogenetics
species circumscription
species-level phylogenetic relationships
PSY029July 23rd 5:30 pmDecoding Molecular Evolutionary Signals in BarleriaSystematicsPosterComito, Robert; Darbyshire, Iain; McDade, Lucinda; Fisher, Amanda.Systematics
RADseq
Barleria
Phylogenetics
PSY030July 23rd 5:30 pmEvolutionary Relationships of Blueberries and Their RelativesSystematicsPosterMcKain, Michael; Neumann, Emma; Houck, Jake; Autrey, Oliver; Kolawole, Anu; Yamamoto, Moeka; Padmanabhan, Neeraj; Hoffman, Adrianna; Fischer, Torey; Mitchell, Benjamin; Bennett, Cameron; Mallick, Haaniya; Edger, Patrick.whole chloroplast
Phylogenomics
Vaccinium
Ericaceae
Hybridization
PSY031July 23rd 5:30 pmPhlox and the puzzle of polyploidy: an overview of ploidy level data for the genus placed within the context of taxonomy and phylogenySystematicsPosterFerguson, Carolyn; Mayfield, Mark.chromosome number
cytotype
flow cytometry
Phlox
phylogeny
Polemoniaceae
Polyploidy
Taxonomy
Session P: Contributed Posters: Taxonomy: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PTO001July 23rd 5:30 pmTaxonomy of the Cryptantha clevelandii complex (Boraginaceae)TaxonomyPosterAbbott, Claire; Simpson, Michael.Cryptantha
Boraginaceae
Taxonomy
Amsinckiinae
PTO002July 23rd 5:30 pmMorphometric evaluation of species boundaries in eastern Asian Nymphoides (Menyanthaceae)TaxonomyPosterJeninga, Anya; Pawinski, Karl; Tippery, Nicholas.aquatic plants
East Asia
Asterales
Menyanthaceae
Morphometrics
PTO003July 23rd 5:30 pmImplications of glandular trichomes to describe a new species and to support infrageneric sytematics in Mimosa L. (Fabaceae)TaxonomyPosterSilveira , Fernanda Schmidt; de Vargas, Wanderleia ; Fortuna-Perez, Ana Paula; Miotto, Silvia Teresinha Sfoggia .trichomes
Leaf anatomy
 secretory structures
section Batocaulon 
series Stipellares
 Serra do Sudeste
South America
glands
Session P: Contributed Posters: Tropical Biology: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PTB001July 23rd 5:30 pmPhylogeny of Amazonian enigma: origin and evolution of bitterbush family, PicramniaceaeTropical BiologyPosterShipunov, Alexey; Schmolly, Katharina.Picramniaceae
phylogeny
Picramnia
Alvaradoa
Nothotalisia
PTB002July 23rd 5:30 pmDiversification and niche evolution in Neotropical Tibouchina s.s. (Melastomataceae)Tropical BiologyPosterJantzen, Johanna; Freitas Oliveira, Ana Luiza; Soltis, Douglas; SOLTIS, PAMELA S..Cerrado
Campos rupestres
Melastomataceae
ecological niche modeling
Session P: Contributed Papers: Botanical History: Botanical History
Presiding: Nuala Caomhanach, New York University/AMNH
PBH002July 23rd 5:45 pmJames Petiver (1665-1718): The Carolina Perspective  Botanical HistoryOral PaperFlannery, Maura.James Petiver
Sloane Herbarium
Mark Catesby
Collecting in the Carolinas
PBH003July 23rd 6:00 pmBarton’s College Botany at the University of Pennsylvania, 1805Botanical HistoryOral PaperSundberg, Marshall.botanical education
18th Century U.S.
Benjamin Smith Barton
PBH004July 23rd 6:15 pmSellow contributions to Mimosa genus in South AmericaBotanical HistoryOral PaperSilveira , Fernanda Schmidt; Miotto, Silvia Teresinha Sfoggia . Plant collectors
 Sellow collections
Mimosa diversity
South America
PBH005July 23rd 6:30 pmThe Kew Connection: The Lewis and Clark Herbarium and the fate of Pursh's Purloined PlantsBotanical HistoryOral PaperMcCourt , Richard Matthew; Teisher, Jordan; Spamer, Earle E..Lewis and Clark
herbarium
Kew
19th Century Botanical Exploration
PBH006July 23rd 6:45 pmDiscussionBotanical HistoryDiscussion Session

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