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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
1070“From Botanical Espionage to Ordered Herbaria: Colonial Botany and Systems of Power in Historical Perspective”Tackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardAyers, Elaine.Colonialism
History
botany
race
gender
Sexuality
633“Overgeneralizing pollinator generalists: native North American orchids and their diverse pollinator dynamics”BiogeographyMorley, Lydia; Spalink, Daniel.
867“People, Pollinators, and Raspberry Pi”Education and Outreach Morley, Lydia; Marcelli, Monica; McCormick, Melissa; Spalink, Daniel.conservation
Pollinators
Orchids
Citizen Science
1001 Lichens of Antelope Island: Cambrian and Proterozoic EraBryology and LichenologyNielson, Gabrielle Lynne.lichen
Symbiosis
Microbialite
105×Cylindronia, a new nothogenus representing the first reported hybrid between Grusonia and Cylindropuntia (CACTACEAE)Hybrids and HybridizationBaker, Marc; Majure, Lucas; Cloud-Hughes, Michelle; Rebman, Jon.Cylindropuntia
Grusonia
intergeneric hybridization
Cactaceae
5643D floral morphological model and color variances in PedicularisBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationYang, Yue; Jin, JianJun; Eaton, Deren.3D model
Floral morphology
Pedicularis
2287-year study reveals demographic shifts of a rare plant (Trillium pusillum) in response to herbivoryConservation BiologyYawn, Noah; Boyd, Robert.Trillium
Trilliaceae
demography
herbivory
species conservation
spring ephemeral
18240 Trees: insights from the hurricane survivors of an endangered coniferConservation BiologyCoffey, Emily; Smith, Ashlynn; Loy, Xingwen.ecology
conservation
climate change
disturbance
conifer
316A biogeographic history of the Rosaceae (Anthophyta: Eudicotyledonae) using phylogeographic and fossil reconstruction methodsBiogeographySimpson, Andrew; Wing, Scott; Fenster, Charles.Rosaceae
biogeography
fossil
BioGeoBears
Phylogeography
Reconstruction
507A bird’s eye view of the systematics of Convolvulaceae: novel insights from nuclear genomic dataPhylogenomicsSimões, Ana Rita; Eserman, Lauren; Zuntini, Alexandre R.; Chatrou, Lars; Utteridge, Timothy; Maurin, Olivier; Rokni, Saba; Roy, Shyamali; Forest, Felix; Baker, William; Stefanovic, Sasa.Angiosperms353
Convolvulaceae
Cuscuta
phylogenomics
Ipomoea
Target Enrichment
1252A Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkBonifacino, Mauricio; Mandel, Jennifer; Moore, Erika; Wagner, Warren; Wen, Jun.
329A Call To Reconceptualize Lichen SymbiosesSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsAllen, Jessica; Lendemer, James.
714Accumulation methods for species, trait, and phylogenetic diversity in the Cape Floristic RegionEcologyFrye, Henry.Biodiversity
trait diversity
Accumulation curves
South Africa
phylogenetic diversity
621A chromosome-scale Pedicularis genome enables exploring the determinants of genetic diversityPopulation Genetics/GenomicsJin, JianJun; Xu, Yuxing; McKenzie, Patrick; Meek, Jared; Li, De-zhu; Yi, Ting-Shuang; Ree, Richard; Eaton, Deren.Pedicularis
genome
Genetic diversity
Orobanchaceae
Lamiales
210A climatic niche model of wild Carica papaya and its relationship to farm yields and non-native establishmentLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasScheppler, Hannah; Moore, Rich.invasive species
crop
Wild relatives
Species Distribution Modeling
Climatic niche
167A Closer Look at the Diversification and Evolution of the Silphium GenusMacroevolutionRoot, Connor; Cook, Tyson; Roy, Tilottama.
413A collections-based flora of Agguttinni Territorial Park, Nunavut, CanadaFloristics & TaxonomySokoloff, Paul; Gillespie, Lynn; Levin, Geoffrey; McMullin, Troy.arctic
Nunavut
Floristics
612A comparative study of the morphological and reproductive biology of Silphium laciniatum in 2021EcologyHalpin, Macie; Krakos, Kyra.Silphium laciniatum
morphology
Reproductive Success
breeding system
Seed Sets
205A Comparative Study of the Reproductive Biology of Melanthium virginicum in Rural vs Urban PopulationsReproductive ProcessesReichmuth, Cory; , Rida Sait; Krakos, Kyra Neipp.Melanthium virginicum
Shaw Nature Reserve
Litzsinger Ecology Center
Rural
Urban
morphology
Pollination
plant ecology
endangered species
Reproductive Success
818A comparative study of the reproductive biology of Monarda fistulosa in urban vs. rural populationsEcologySweeney, LeAnn Christine.Monarda
reproductive biology
839A Comprehensive Bibliographic Review of Festuca dolichophylla J. Presl, a Dominant Species of the Altiplano GrasslandsFloristics & TaxonomyEduardo Palomino, Fiorella Paola.Andes
grasslands
tussock grass
Festuca dolichophylla
237A comprehensive phylogenomic tree of life sheds new light on angiosperm diversificationPhylogenomicsCarruthers, Tom; Zuntini, Alexandre R.; Antonelli, Alexandre; Bellot, Sidonie; Crayn, Darren; Eiserhardt, Wolf L; Forest, Felix; Grace, Olwen; Smith, Stephen; Baker, William.phylogenomics
Angiosperms
Angiosperms353
macroevolution
Diversification
848Actinomorphy to zygomorphy: Bilateral symmetry, with correct flower orientation, greatly increases pollen transferReproductive ProcessesMuchhala, Nathan; Domingos-Melo, Arthur; Albuquerque-Lima, Sinzinando; Bezerra, Alexsandro; Frazão, Annelise; Johanes, Isabella; Sabino, Ana Carolina; Machado, Isabel Cristina.Pollination
Floral morphology
Glossophaga soricina
Catimbau
Pollen transfer
Zygomorphy
771Active space garnering by leaves of a rosette plantEcologySicangco, Camille Kilayko; Bavdekar, Salil; Subhash, Ghatu; Putz, Francis E..biomechanics
form and function
growth form
plant-plant interactions
pine savanna
873Adaptations to Agricultural Practices: Do trichomes contribute to herbicide resistance?EcologyJohnson, Nia; Baucom, Regina.
986Adaptive plasticity of Quercus garryana seedlings under drought and warmingEcologyShamek, Jess; Kautz, Stefanie; Ballhorn, Daniel.Phenotypic plasticity
climate change
Quercus
adaptive traits
drought
warming
571A dataset of 5 million city trees: species clustering and climate effects in urban forestsConservation BiologyMcCoy, Dakota; Goulet, Benjamin; Meng, Weilin; Atahan, Bulent Furkan; Kiros, Hana; Nishino, Misako; Kartesz, John.Trees
Urban
urban biodiversity
ecology
non-native species
Biodiversity
695Additional innovations in teaching a classic flora class asynchronously: virtual herbarium tour, quiz cabinets and taxon conceptsEducation and Outreach Ickert-Bond, Steffi; Zaborac-Reed, Stephanie; Webb, Campbell O.flora class
taxon concept mapping
asynchronous delivery
ThinkLink
virtual herbarium tour 
142Addressing Darwin’s naturalization conundrum using native and naturalized species using disjunct genera that occur in Eastern North America and Eastern AsiaBiogeographyLiu, Yunpeng; Heberling, Mason; Wang, Zhiheng; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.Eastern Asia – Eastern North America floristic disjunction
Plant invasion
Naturalization
Preadaptation
Climatic niches
1032Addressing ecoliteracy needs for the 21st Century STEM workforceEducation and Outreach Monfils, Anna; Prevost, Luanna; Mourad, Teresa; Linton, Debra.Biodiversity Informatics
Education
ecology
1007A decade of lessons learned as a foreign expert working in a higher education institution in China - Transcending cultural, societal and geographical boundaries to effect plant conservation through scientific research and educationEducation and Outreach Manage Goodale, Uromi.
242A developmental and transcriptional exploration of staminode evolution in LoasaceaeDevelopment and StructureAppleton, Andrea; Kramer, Elena.androecium
floral evolution
Floral Development
morphology
Loasaceae
staminode
681A drought GxE experiment reveals patterns of differential expression and drought tolerance genes in Artemisia tridentata (big sagebrush; Asteraceae)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsMelton, Anthony; Navock, Kara; Ellestad, Paige; Martinez, Peggy; Morales, Walker; Milliken, Erin; Serpe, Marcelo; Novak, Stephen; Buerki, Sven.sagebrush
gene expression
drought
533Advancements in the conservation of the federally endangered Short’s bladderpod (Physaria globosa: Brassicaceae)Conservation BiologyPowell, Emily; Krosnick, Shawn.endangered species
Physaria
conservation
Reproduction
ecology
pollen limitation
life history
712
Canceled
Advances in the biogeographic history of the Supraocotea (Lauraceae)
BiogeographyPenagos Zuluaga, Juan Carlos; Queenborough, Simon A.; Comita, Liza S.; Donoghue, Michael.Ocotea complex
Gynodioecy
Radiation
124Advancing phenology is adaptive but insufficient to maintain reproductive success under warmer climatesEcologyZettlemoyer, Meredith; Conner, Rebecca; Seaver, Micaela; Waddle, Ellen; DeMarche, Megan.adaptive plasticity
climate change
fitness landscape
individual variability
phenology
selection
growing degree days
snowmelt
flowering
individual x environment interactions
fitness
phenological shifts
continuous environmental drivers
204A First Plastome Phylogeny for Rumex L. (Polygonaceae), with Fossil-Aided Date CalibrationPhylogenomicsKoenemann, Daniel Mark; Kistler, Logan; Burke, Janelle.RAxML
BEAST
Fossil Calibration
Cenozoic
Plastomics
88A floristic inventory of the Silver Peak Range, Emeralda County, NVFloristics & TaxonomyPipkin, Peri Lee.systematics
Floristics
rare plants
species conservation
Nevada
73A free-form assignment instead of an exam to stimulate students’ motivation and retention of botany knowledgeEducation and Outreach Erkens, Roy.problem-based learning
motivation
self-directed learning
contextual learning
collaborative learning
constructive learning
394A general theory of phenological timing reveals counterintuitive interpretations of historical patterns of phenological changeBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationHearn, David.Bayesian inference
MCMC
phenology
phenophase
phenological shift
biological timing
Herbarium Digitization
spring ephemeral
347A genome-wide approach for resolving phylogenetic relationships of subfamily Arbutoideae (Ericaceae)PhylogenomicsRamadoss, Niveditha; McElwee-Adame, Alexandra; Parker, V. T.; Gonzalez-Elizondo, Socorro; Litt, Amy; Flores-Renteria, Lluvia.Arbutoideae 
phylogenetics
Arbutus paraphyly
447A Germination of Freedom: How Blackdom, New Mexico Grew Its Roots through Dry-Farming Crops of the African DiasporaEthnobotanyAllen (Shamsid-Deen), Maya L..ethnobotany
Sovereignty
agriculture
Crops
Community Gardens
352A Global Phylogeny and Classification of the Dryland Moss SyntrichiaStress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsMishler, Brent; Ekwealor, Jenna T. B.; Nosratinia, Sonia; Brinda, John; Jauregui Lazo, Javier; Oliver, Melvin.phylogenetics
PhyloCode
mosses
Syntrichia
1313A high-quality genome of Joshua Tree (Yucca jaegeriana) as a resource for conservation biologyLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasMacNeill, Bryan; McKain, Michael; Smith, Christopher; Heyduk, Karolina; Yoder, Jeremy; DeFalco, Lesley; Esque, Todd.genome composition
whole genome sequencing
climate change
Agavoideae
840A Hyb-Seq phylogeny of Boechera (Brassicaceae) and related generaPhylogenomicsHay, Nikolai; Bailey, C. Donovan; Mandakova, Terezie; Hendriks, Kasper; Pryer, Kathleen; Windham, Michael.Boechera
Hyb-Seq
phylogenetics
Brassicaceae
321Allelic variation indicates clinal adaptation to climate in a California wildflowerMolecular EcologyHernandez, Adriana; Specht, Chelsea.allele frequency
Climate Gradients 
genotype-environment association
GWAS
parallel evolution
Genetic variation
128Alleviating effects of competition through genetic and epigenetic alteration of phenotypesEcologyMorgan, Britany; Donohue, Kathleen; Lenaghan, Scott; Stewart, C. Neal.plant ecology
competiton
DNA methylation
Gene editing
Phenotypic plasticity
214Allopolyploid Speciation in the Enigmatic Quillworts of the Appalachian PlateauPteridologyWickell, David; Zimmer, Elizabeth; Li, Fay-Wei.Isoetes
Lycophytes
polyploidy
RADseq
population genomics
129A low-cost high-throughput phenotyping system for studying developmental trends and abiotic stressDevelopment and StructureThrash, Tyler; Lee, Hansol; Gerbitz, Ryan; Kozyra, Abigail; Baker, Robert (Rob).agriculture technology
image analysis
controlled environment
834Alpine tundra community and population responses to environmental predictability and variabilityEcologyReed, William J; Oldfather, Meagan; Emery, Nancy.
573A maceration technique for soft plant tissue without hazardous chemicalsEducation and Outreach Klahs, Phillip; McMurchie, Elizabeth; Nikkel, Jordan; Clark, Lynn.Anatomy
methods
maceration
Education
microscopy
technique
392A Machine Learning approach to gain insight into crop sunflower cultivation under climate change and forecast future trends in the United StatesCrops and Wild RelativesMajumder, Sambadi; Mason, Chase.Crops
Machine Learning
Helianthus
climate change
Forecasting
Interpretable Machine Learning
Food Security
crop
seed yield
crop failure
566A morphometric analysis of western sword fern (Polystichum munitum) pinnae and pinnae scales across the coast redwood forest ecological gradientPteridologyBenson, Lacey; Lambrecht, Susan.coast redwood
climate change
summer fog
Pteridology
foliar water uptake
Dryopteridaceae
California
111Analysis of Post-Eradication Transitions and Dynamics of Santa Cruz Island Vegetation CommunitiesEcologyMeeder, Annie; Yost, Jenn; Klinger, Robert.Island Ecology
Disturbance Regimes
Eradication
invasive species
5Analysis of Target Capture Data for Phylogenetics and Population GeneticsConference WideJohnson, Matt; Chen, Yanni; Price, Sherese; Bullock, Madison; Slimp, Madeline; Patel, Nikisha.
378Analyzing spatial bias in herbarium data in Oklahoma and TexasBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationHubbard, Sierra; Fishbein, Mark.Herbarium Digitization
Biodiversity
552Anatomical diversity of butterfly egg mimic structures in passionflowers (Passiflora L.)Development and StructureLittell, Charis; Krosnick, Shawn.Passiflora
egg mimics
passionflowers
butterfly
STRUCTURE
141Anatomically preserved cheirolepidiaceous pollen cones from the Cretaceous of western North AmericaPaleobotanyPfeiler, Kelly; Atkinson, Brian; Matsunaga, Kelly.Cheirolepidiaceae
conifer
pollen cone
Anatomy
fossil
Upper Cretaceous
102Ancient allopolyploidy, early radiation and extensive hybridization have shaped the evolutionary history of the Asian Palmate Group (Araliaceae)PhylogenomicsGallego-Narbón, Angélica; Wen, Jun; Valcarcel, Virginia.Araliaceae
phylogenomics
hybridization
Radiation
ILS
830Ancient DNA recovered from sediment shows plant composition shifts with historical human demographyMolecular EcologySlimp, Madeline; Kapp, Joshua; Shapiro, Beth; Wayne, Robert; Meyer, Rachel.eDNA
ancient DNA
Biodiversity
ethnobotany
California
596Ancient yet Dynamic: The Evolution of a Fern GenomeComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsMarchant, Daniel Blaine; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela; Leebens-Mack, Jim; Chen, Zhonghua.fern
polyploidy
Horizontal Gene Transfer
genomics
Plant Evolution
338An estimate of gene content and chromosomal organization in the last common ancestor of extant angiospermsComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsLeebens-Mack, Jim.Amborella trichopoda
comparative genomics
Karyotype Evolution
Angiosperms
372An ethnobotanical study of a recipe to treat Pleurisy “Bad Breast” from 17th century Medici recordsEthnobotanyVago, Emily; Buchanan, Ashley; Krakos, Kyra N..ethnobotany
medicinal
60A new classification of Cyperaceae (Poales) supported by phylogenomic dataSystematicsLarridon, Isabel; Zuntini, Alexandre R.; Léveillé-Bourret, Etienne; Barrett, Russell; Starr, Julian; Muasya, Muthama; Villaverde, Tamara; Bauters, Kenneth; Brewer, Grace; Bruhl, Jeremy; Costa, Suzana; Elliott, Tammy; Epitawalage, Niroshini; Escudero Lirio, Antonio Marcial; Fairlie, Isabel; Goetghebeur, Paul; Hipp, Andrew; Jiménez-Mejías, Pedro; Sabino Kikuchi, Izai A.B.; Maurin, Olivier; Pokorny, Lisa; Roalson, Eric; Semmouri, Ilias; Simpson, David; Spalink, Daniel; Thomas, Wayt; Wilson, Karen; Xanthos, Martin; Forest, Felix; Baker, William.Angiosperms353
Classification 
Cyperaceae
phylogenomics
Poales
systematics
targeted sequencing
Taxonomy 
265A new fossil Malvaceae fruit from the Early Eocene of Patagonia, ArgentinaPaleobotanySiegert, Caroline; Gandolfo, Alejandra; Wilf, Peter.Malvaceae
Patagonia
Eocene
24A New Monitoring Method for Listed Endangered or Threatened Plant SpeciesConservation BiologyReichenbacher, Frank.Rosaceae
Purshia subintegra
rare plants
population biology
population decline
limestone endemic
monitoring study
species conservation
endangered species
threatened species
743A new permineralized cyathealean fertile frond segment from the Late Cretaceous of British Columbia, CanadaPaleobotanyNibbelink, Megan; Atkinson, Brian; Mindell, Randal; Matsunaga, Kelly.fern
sorus
Cyatheales
Dicksonia
Culcita
fossil
Cretaceous
218
Canceled
A new species of Acmopyle (Podocarpaceae) with preserved accessory transfusion tissue from the early Eocene of Argentinean Patagonia
PaleobotanyAndruchow Colombo, Ana; Rossetto-Harris, Gabriella; Brodribb, Tim; Gandolfo, Maria; Wilf, Peter.Conifers
Early Eocene climatic optimum
Laguna del Hunco
Patagonia
rainforest
total evidence phylogeny
Podocarpaceae
Acmopyle
Eocene
430An examination of the broad scale evolution of the Ericales using targeted capture, transcriptomics, and publicly available dataFrom the backbone to diversification: unraveling the evolutionary history of EricalesSmith, Stephen; Chanderbali, Andre; Goncalves, Deise; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela; Fritsch, Peter; Dick, Christopher.phylogenetics
Ericales
target-capture
817An examination the stability of pollination systems in shifting climate conditions using a comparison of Eastern and Western Missouri populations of Asclepias tuberosaEcologyGranger, Sophie.Asclepius
Asclepius tuberosa
reproductive biology
54An integrative taxonomic revision of Melichrus R.Br. (Ericaceae) reveals several new species in botanically megadiverse eastern AustraliaSystematicsKennedy, Helen; Bruhl, Jeremy; Crayn, Darren; Rose, Andrew; Ian, Telford.melichrus
ericaceae
Taxonomy 
systematics
phylogenetics
genetics
morphology
integrative method
694An investigating into the role of functional traits and spatial scale in Hawaiian understory responses to pig disturbanceEcologyPeyton, Michael; Hotchkiss, Sara.functional traits
community assembly
disturbance
pigs
Hawaii
ecology
933Anishinaabek Flourishing: A Radical Act of RememberingTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardFreeland, Dr. Mark.Indigenous worldview
flourishing
kinship
1317An ITS phylogeny of the marigolds (Tagetes L., Asteraceae)Recent Topics PostersHinojosa-Espinosa, Oscar; Schiavinato, Dario; Potter, Daniel.
364An Open and Continuously Updated Fern Tree of Life (FTOL)PteridologyNitta, Joel; Schuettpelz, Eric; Ramírez-Barahona, Santiago; Iwasaki, Wataru.phylogeny
plastome
PPG I
pteridophyte
rbcL
842Antimicrobial Analysis and Bioactive Constituents of Methanolic Extracts of Cassia Senna (Senna alexandria Linn) and Tropical Almond (Terminalia catappa Linn)EthnobotanyIwuagwu, Mary; Okechukwu, Chikodi Lilian; Emmanuel, Nneka Constance; Obioma, Idinmachukwu Ezinwa; Nwaugo, Oluoha Victor.Antimicrobial
Cassia senna
Tropical almond
Bioactive components
Plant extracts
810A nuclear phylogenomic overview of RosaceaePhylogenomicsStull, Gregory; Tian, Qin; Liu, Shui-Yin; Fu, Xiao-Gang; Kates, Heather; Folk, Ryan; Guralnick, Robert; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Yi, Ting-Shuang.hybridization
phylogenomics
polyploidy
Rosaceae
Rosales
whole genome duplication
85An updated phylogeny, biogeography, and PhyloCode-based classification of Cornaceae based on three sets of genomic dataPhylogenomicsXiang, Qiuyun (Jenny); Du, Zhiyuan; Cheng, Jing; Zhou, Wenbin; Wang, Qing-Feng; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.phylogenomics
RAD-Seq
Angiosperms353 Hyb-Seq
Cornaceae
Classification 
Historical biogeography
532Anywhere the wind blows: Modeling the distribution of Kali tragus (Amaranthaceae; prickly Russian thistle)Conservation BiologySattler, Sierra; Latvis, Maribeth.Species Distribution Model
Kali tragus
climate change
invasive species
GBIF
WorldClim
Maxent 
836A Partial Checklist of the Bryophytes of Montserrat, West IndiesBryology and LichenologyKackley, Rho; McClelland, Donald.bryophytes
West Indies
Caribbean
liverworts
Montserrat
moss
72A permineralized osmundaceous fern sporeling from the Lower Cretaceous of western CanadaPaleobotanyWalker, Zane; Rothwell, Gar; Stockey, Ruth.Anatomy
Cretaceous
fern
Osmundaceae
Sporeling
547A phylogenetic approach to the actinomorphic-flowered Neotropical Lecythidaceae - Grias and Gustavia, based on nuclear and plastome targeted-markersFrom the backbone to diversification: unraveling the evolutionary history of EricalesMedellín-Zabala, Diana; Goncalves, Deise; Pizzardo, Raquel; Chanderbali, Andre; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela; Vargas, Oscar; Smith, Stephen; Dick, Christopher.Angio353
phylogenomics
plastome
target-capture
1041A phylogenetic revision of the Athyrium filix-femina clade (Athyriaceae) in the AmericasPteridologyBlack, Bertrand; Sundue, Michael.speciation
reticulate evolution
fern diversity
904A phylogenomic baseline to study the evolution of extreme floral curvature in Centropogon subgenus Centropogon (Campanulaceae)PhylogenomicsMansaray, Janet; Frost, Laura; Bedoya, Ana Maria; Lagomarsino, Laura.
302A phylogenomic study of Scutellaria (Lamiaceae) based on chloroplast genomes and 272 nuclear single-copy genesPhylogenomicsLee, Yoonkyung; Paton, Alan; Olmstead, Richard; Kim, Sangtae.Scutellaria
Lamiaceae
Chlroplast genome
Nuclear genome
phylogenomics
Hyb-Seq
1036A phylogeny of the evening primrose family (Onagraceae) with a focus on tribe Onagreae using a target enrichment approachPhylogenomicsOverson, Rick; Johnson, Matthew; Bechen, Lindsey; Kinosian, Sylvia; Douglas, Norman; Fant, Jeremie B; Hoch, Peter; Levin, Rachel; Moore, Michael; Raguso, Robert; Wagner, Warren; Skogen, Krissa; Wickett, Norman.phylogenomics
HybSeq
Onagraceae
evening primrose
Target Enrichment
systematics
phylogenetics
779A Phylogeny of the Western North American Wildflower Genus HelianthellaFloristics & TaxonomyRiley, Reece; Waselkov, Katherine.Helianthella
Enceliinae
ETS
ITS
Asteraceae
Incomplete Lineage Sorting
hybridization
Phylogenies
415A phylogeographic study of Grindelia ciliata using RADseq dataPopulation Genetics/GenomicsMoore, Abigail.Compositae
Phylogeography
Great Plains
drought
598A Plant Anatomical Investigation of Viola soronia WilldDevelopment and StructureYun, Yaeeun; Baghai-Riding, Nina; Katembe, William.Mississippi Delta
Floral anatomy
334A possible pattern in the evolution of male meiotic cytokinesis in angiospermsDevelopment and StructureHu, Mingli; Ren, Zhanhong; Rong, Ning; Bai, Mei; Wu, Hong; Yang, Ming.microsporogenesis
centripetal and centrifugal cytokinesis
cell morphology
angiosperm lineages
605Application of CRISPR/Cas9 to Tragopogon (Asteraceae), an Evolutionary Model for the Study of PolyploidyFunctional Genetics/GenomicsShan, Shengchen; Hauser, Bernard; Barbazuk, W. Brad; Soltis, Pamela; Yang, Bing; Soltis, Douglas.
697Applying the Digital Extended Specimen: building collections and integrating dataBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationHansen, Sara; Hackett, Rachel; Cahill, Blake; Cuthrell, David; Monfils, Michael; Belitz, Michael; Goebel, Ryan; Rowe, Logan; Monfils, Anna.
519Approaches for investigating the genetic basis of monocot nectary developmentDevelopment and StructureLiao, Irene; Hayama, Maximillion; Hileman, Lena; Nikolov, Lachezar.monocot
nectary
single cell sequencing
comparative transcriptomics
gene expression
1301A Preliminary Plant Anatomical Investigation of Geranium dissectumRecent Topics PostersMiles, Geona; Yun, JuEun ; Baghai-Riding, Nina.Mississippi Delta
wild geranium
plant anatomy
403A Preliminary Study of Taihang Mountains Mosses Flora and Spatial PhylogeneticsBryology and LichenologyShen, Fengjiao; Shi, Shuo; Li, Lin; Li, Min; Xu, Chao; Fan, Xiaoxuan; Li, Huiyi; Dou, Jiancong; Zhao, jiancheng. bryophytes
DNA barcoding
microscopic structure
image database
414Archival fieldwork: “new” Arctic plant biodiversity data from backlogged herbarium specimensBotanical HistorySokoloff, Paul; Saarela, Jeffery; Doubt, Jennifer; Sharp, Lyndsey; Deduke, Chris; McMullin, Troy; Gillespie, Lynn.History
herbaria
Collections
640Arctic plant epigenomics in response to warmingMolecular EcologyElphinstone, Cassandra; Todesco, Marco; Henry, Greg; Rieseberg, Loren.tundra plants
climate change
DNA methylation
genomics
epigenetics
RNAseq
256Areas of Endemism of Plants in Southcentral and Southwestern Nearctic RegionBiogeographySaghatelyan, Anna.areas of endemism
biogeographic patterns
Madrean
SW Deserts
regionalization
885Are signatures of positive selection present at flower color shifts in Nicotiana?Hybrids and HybridizationMcCoy, Abigail G.; Landis, Jacob; McCarthy, Elizabeth.Anthocyanins
dN/dS analysis
Evolution
Flower color
Nicotiana
1056Are variation in seed size and fruit morphology related to climate in Serjania (Sapindaceae)?BiogeographyListon, Paige; Jud, Nathan.seed size
Neotropical biogeography
371Aridity drives diversity of nitrogen fixing plants in North AmericaEcologyDoby, Joshua; Li, Daijiang; Folk, Ryan; Siniscalchi, Carolina; Guralnick, Robert.aridity
abiotic drivers
non-native species
nitrogen-fixing plants
phylogenetic diversity
temperate region
949A second species of liana from the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) of Hornby Island, British Columbia, CanadaPaleobotanyJud, Nathan; Bradley, Kiara; Zahnd, Benjamin; Rothwell, Gar; Stockey, Ruth; Beard, Graham.fossil
47A sky island perspective: New England (USA) alpine plant community change across space and timeBiogeographyTirrell, Andrea; Cianchette, Michael; McDonough MacKenzie, Caitlin; Gill, Jacquelyn.biogeography
plant ecology
alpine ecology
412Assessing Cucurbitaceae diversity in Madagascar using Nanopore-based field genomicsTropical BiologyOrtiz, Edgardo M.; Hoewener, Alina; Andriamiharisoa, Minosoa; Shigita, Gentaro; Radanielina, Tendro; Schaefer, Hanno.amplicon assembly
Cucurbitaceae
field genomics
Madagascar
MinION
molecular identification
multiplexed PCR
Nanopore
663Assessing genetic differences in hemlock resistance (Tsuga sp.) through comparative transcriptomics and metabolomicsConservation BiologyVuruputoor, Vidya; BenJeddi, Sophia; Fetter, Karl; Wegrzyn, Jill.conservation
genomics
tsuga
hemlock woolly adelgid
1307Assessing long-term cold stored DNA samples and their herbarium counterparts for usage in high-throughput sequencingLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasMcAssey, Edward; Downs, Cassidy; Yorkston, Mitsuko; Morden, Clifford; Heyduk, Karolina.Herbarium
DNA Sequencing
Hawaii
948Assessing Pollination Diversity in Detroit BeehivesMolecular EcologySibert, Jade; Hoque, Miftaul; Baker, Stokes; Carmona, Victor.pollen
Pollenation
Urban
Beehive
Honey
Metabarcoding
18S rRNA
MinION
Long read sequencing
high-throughput sequencing  
324Assessing potential climate change impacts on Two Southern Appalachian Wildflowers (Sanguinaria canadensis & Trillium erectum) and their cultural uses using bioclimatic models and harvester observationsEthnobotanyMadigan, Olivia; Metzgar, Jordan.spring ephemeral
ethnobotany
Species Distribution Modeling
550Assessing Rapid Evolutionary Response to Fire Through a Resurrection StudyEcologyShriver, Laura; Leger, Elizabeth.fire
Rapid Evolution
ecology
Great Basin
Ressurection study
invasive species
Cheatgrass
954Assessing relocation habitats and assisted migration of the Lassics lupine (Lupinus constancei), an endangered California serpentine-endemicConservation BiologyAllchin, Caitlyn.rare plants
serpentine endemic
habitat suitability model
lupine
assisted migration
ultramafic geoecology
543Assessing the conservation status of West Virginia forests using herbaria data and phylogenetic diversity of the Rosids cladeBiodiversity at the brink: leveraging herbaria for conservation!Shamblin, Zachary; Puppo, Pamela.conservation
phylogenetic diversity
Rosids
forests
Appalachia
453Assessing the reproductive patterns of rare plants from herbarium specimens to inform their management and conservationBiodiversity at the brink: leveraging herbaria for conservation!Molano-Flores, Brenda; Feist, Mary Ann; Marcum, Paul; Johnson, Sara.rare plants
conservation
herbaria
reproductive biology
851Assessing the role of stable and variable morphological traits on the taxonomy of wild potatoes (Solanum sect. Petota, Solanaceae)Crops and Wild RelativesNicolao, Rodrigo; Bashir, Ikram; Marques Castro, Caroline; Heiden, Gustavo.Wild relatives
878Assessment of sequencing bias in genomic-level projects using herbarium specimens of five invasive speciesBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationMotley, M'Kayla; Hofford, Nate; Barrett, Craig; Beck, James; Khanal, Deva Raj; Kooyers, Nicholas; Latvis, Maribeth; Ramachandran, Dhanushya; Sigel, Erin; Sutherland, Brittany; McKain, Michael.herbarium genomics
sequencing bias
genotyping
925Astereae (Asteraceae) in BrazilFloristics & TaxonomyHeiden, Gustavo.
861A study of floral evolution in Lonicera (Caprifoliaceae) while looking through an interactive lensMacroevolutionShah, Ria B.; Bergen, Anna T; Srivastav, Mansa; Donoghue, Michael; Wright, Haley; Merklee, Patrick; Ault, Chris; Clement, Wendy.phylogeny
floral evolution
Lonicera
honeysuckle
Science communication
Outreach
Caprifoliaceae
426A Synopsis of Lichenology Research in Colorado and Plans for Future ExplorationBryology and LichenologyRaynor, Seth J.; Manzitto-Tripp, Erin.Lichenology
History
Diversity
Exploration
232A synthesis of the Chiococceae tribe (Cinchonoideae, Rubiaceae) in Mexico:morphology, diversity, and endemismFloristics & TaxonomyTorres Montufar, Jaime Alejandro; Aguilar Morales, María.Rubiaceae
Chiococceae
828A tale of two Hyb-Seq probe sets: Comparing the Compositae-1061 probe set with a new probe set targeting 2424 functional genesPhylogenomicsGomez, Jorge; Moore, Erika; Burke, John; Mandel, Jennifer.Asteraceae
Compositae
Hyb-Seq
phylogeny
candidate genes
probe sets
835A test for demographic compensation with Hibiscus meyeriEcologyQuerns, Aleah; Louthan, Allison.population biology
ecology
plant-animal interaction
274A third species in the Botrychium “lanceolatum” clade resolves unique parentages of ten allopolyploid taxa displaying bipinnate morphologyFerns at the extreme: the case of moonworts, grape-ferns and adder’s tongues of the family OphioglossaceaeStensvold, Mary; Farrar, Donald.Botrychium
diploid
lanceolatum
rubellum
185Atoll floras and forests as « harbingers » of local and global changes in the Pacific OceanFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeMeyer, Jean-Yves Hiro.atoll
climate change
human impacts
Pacific islands
restoration
99A Vascular Flora of the Manter and Salmon Creek Watersheds in the Southern Sierra Nevada, Tulare County, CaliforniaFloristics & TaxonomyHouse, Nina.Field Botany
Floristics
Sierra Nevada
grazing
disturbance
wildfire
logging
climate change
montane
flora
herbaria
California
Tulare County
mediterranean
1312Awash in data: hundreds of genomes, thousand of imagesLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasKellogg, Elizabeth; AuBuchon-Elder, Taylor; Schulz, Aimee; Petersen, Kurt; Romay, Cinta; Seetharam, Arun; Hufford, Matthew; Buckler, Ed.Andropogoneae
Grasses
genomics
germplasm
Herbarium
51Axial root conductance in Anomochloa marantoidea, a member of Anomochlooideae, the basal lineage of the grass family (Poaceae)EcophysiologyAldrich, Marianne; Klahs, Phillip.Poaceae
Root
Anatomy
179Balancing read length and sequencing depth: optimizing Nanopore long-read sequencing for monocots with an emphasis on LilialesComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsDe La Cerda, Gisel; Landis, Jacob; Hernandez, Adriana; Tribble, Carrie; Eifler, Evan; Li, Fay-Wei; Zhang, Jing; Karimi, Nisa; Chan, Patricia; Givnish, Thomas; Strickler, Susan; Specht, Chelsea.Nanopore
genome sequencing
Calochortus
monocot
241Bee taxa differ in their pollen movement patterns and contribution to the male fitness of a self-incompatible prairie perennialReproductive ProcessesPearson, Avery; Zelman, Zeke; Hill, Lauryn; Stevens, Mia; Jackson, Evan; Incarnato, Miyauna Monique Nicole; Johnson, Ren; Wagenius, Stuart; Ison, Jennifer.plant-pollinator interactions
male fitness
Pollination
Echinacea angustifolia
Bees
tallgrass prairie
paternity
pollinator effectiveness
127Belowground biology, ecology and conservation of BotrychiumFerns at the extreme: the case of moonworts, grape-ferns and adder’s tongues of the family OphioglossaceaeJohnson, Cindy.
1250Beringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographyBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographyHarris, AJ; Xiang, Qiuyun (Jenny); Ickert-Bond, Steffi.
788Beringian Field Botany: course design for phylogeography and population genetics learningBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographyJordon-Thaden, Ingrid; DiNicola, Alexa; Sytsma, Kenneth.Field Botany
Beringia
Alaska
herbarium specimens
expeditions
population genetics
Phylogeography
teaching
1069Beyond Belonging: Healing Indigenous LandscapesBelonging In Botany Lecture Special - Jessica HernandezHernandez, Jessica.
123Beyond statements – how ASPT can realize its commitmentsASPT Incoming President Address - Eric H. RoalsonRoalson, Eric.Inclusion
Growth
History
Equity
Diversity
465Bidens as a model system for studying capitulum development and floral evolutionDevelopment and StructureSelby, Reid; Jones, Daniel.Asteraceae
Floral Development
Bidens
tissue culture
comparative genomics
155Biocrusts influence vascular plant community development, promoting native plant dominanceStress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsBowker, Matthew; Doherty, Kyle; Antoninka, Anita; Ramsey, Philip; DuPre, Mary Ellyn; Durham, Rebecca.plant-soil interactions
ecological restoration
exotic plants
invasion
lichen
moss
666Biocultural values of groundwater dependent ecosystems and associated limu (Hawaiian macroalgae) in Kona, Hawai‘iPaths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgeGibson, Veronica; Bremer, Leah L.; Burnett, Kimberly M.; Lui, Nicole Keakaonaali'i; Smith, Celia.social ecological systems
submarine groundwater discharge
ecosystem services
Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Indigenous aquaculture
Anchialine pools
Indigenous management systems
Ecomimicry
macroalgae
3Biodiversity data wrangling: Linking large phylogenies with species traits and ecologiesConference WideFolk, Ryan; Siniscalchi, Carolina; Guralnick, Robert; Engle-Wrye, Nicholas.
417Biogeographic patterns in phenological diversity of forest wildflowers across Eastern North AmericaBiogeographyYancy, Abby; Lee, Ben; Spicer, Michelle; Neufeld, Howard; Kuebbing, Sara; Heberling, Mason.phenology
deciduous forest
iNaturalist
spring ephemeral
herbaceous layer
forest wildflowers
524Biogeography and diversification of the Caribbean Clade (Miconieae, Melastomataceae): a Cuban origin underlies one of the largest Antillean radiationsSystematicsMajure, Lucas; Bacci, Lucas; Naranjo, Andre; Becquer, Eldis R.; Skean Jr, James; Judd, Walter; Michelangeli, Fabian.Melastomataceae
Miconieae
plastome
Miconia
Greater Antilles
Caribbean
957Biogeography and diversification patterns in Didymocarpus (Gesneriaceae): a case of “into-India” dispersalSystematicsNS, Prasanna; Adhikari, Bhaskar; Möller, Michael; Gowda, Vinita.Gesneriaceae
Tropical biodiversity
biogeography
lianas
“into-India” hypothesis
1320Biogeography of Tanaecium (Bignonieae, Bignoniaceae)Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasFrazão, Annelise; Lohmann, Lucia.Neotropical biodiversity
lianas
climbing plants
trumpet-creeper family
849Biological novelties arise in areas of environmental instabilityInnovation and Novelty in the Evolution of PlantsVasconcelos, Thais; Beaulieu, Jeremy.macroevolution
novelties
instability
Climatic niche
617Biology Booster Shot: Getting our Second Dose to Foster Student SuccessEducation and Outreach Small, Randall; Wienhold, Caroline.learning outcomes
peer learning assistant
Curriculum
602
Canceled
Bioprospecting and Floristics: A Place-Based, Multifaceted Approach to Undergraduate Research
Education and Outreach McCarthy, Mirabai R..Bioprospecting
Undergraduate Research
Place-Based
Antibiotics
750Bioprospecting for Antibiotics in NW MontanaEthnobotanyDifeo, Tyla; Glace, Isaac; Quillen, Jessica; Reid, Aidan; McCarthy, Mirabai R..Antibiotics
Bioprospecting
Undergraduate Research
1253Black Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesWilliams, Tanisha; Cannon, Brandi; Makunga, Nokwanda; Halane, Morgan.
713Boreotropical refugia and extensive introgressions explain the revival of north temperate diversity in the New World grapesPhylogenomicsNie, Zelong; Hodel, Richard; Ma, Zhiyao; Johnson, Gabriel; Ren, Chen; Meng, Ying; Ickert-Bond, Steffi; Liu, Xiu-Qun; Zimmer, Elizabeth; Wen, Jun.Boreotropical refugia
New World grapes
temperate radiation
reticulate evolution
phylogenomics
biogeography
Vitis
Vitaceae
955Botanical diversity of the elephant diet across Africa and Asia: review of current knowledge, potential future research directions, and habitat restoration needsEcologyThambiliya Godage, Supun Lahiru Prakash; Jia, Yamin; Weerakoon, Devaka; P. Kudavidanage, Enoka; Campos-Arceiz, Ahimsa; Chau, Marian M.; Manage Goodale, Uromi.conservation
Elephant Diet
Elephant Frugivory
Foraging
Habitat Restoration
Herbivore
286Botanical exploration and Conservation assessments of Nigeria flora towards deducing effective conservation management planFloristics & TaxonomyOnuminya, Temitope; Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin; Nodza, George; Igbari, Dolapo; Kadiri, Akeem.Nigeria
Trees
IUCN
conservation
1030Botany & Beyond: A new program to to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in botanical scienceEducation and Outreach Monfils, Anna; Poston, Muriel; Adams/, Catrina; Cacanindin, Heather.Diversity
Education
Botany & Beyond
259Breaking the escape-avoidance drought adaptation tradeoff using A. thaliana flc knockoutsEcologyKieschnick, Clara; Leventhal, Laura; Ruffley, Megan; Lutz, Ulrich; Exposito-Alonso, Moi.drought resistance
adaptation
water use efficiency
flowering
tradeoffs
avoidance
escape
308Breaking the Symmetry: Dorsal-Ventral Domain Establishment in the Floral Meristem in MimulusDevelopment and StructureMin, Ya; Yuan, Yaowu.Mimulus
Symmetry
organ initiation
320Broad diversity in monoterpene-sesquiterpene balance across wild sunflowers: implications of leaf and floral volatiles for biotic interactionsCrops and Wild RelativesBahmani, Keivan; Robinson, Anestacia; Majumder, Sambadi; LaVardera, Angelina; Dowell, Jordan; Goolsby, Eric; Mason, Chase.GCMS
Helianthus
monoterpene
phenotypic integration
sesquiterpene
135Bryophyte communities change over a 12-year period along an elevational gradient in the Great Smoky Mountains National ParkEcologyShershen, Eric; Stehn, Sarah; Budke, Jessica.Bryophyte
community
Elevation
plant ecology
960Bryophyte diversity and distribution in the Virgin Islands based on historical collectionsBryology and LichenologyBrooks, Jahnyah; Merced, Amelia.biogeography
herbaria
Caribbean
Virgin Islands
589Bryophyte functional traits in black alder swamp forests along forest age chronosequence in LatviaBryology and LichenologyOļehnoviča, Evita; Pastare-Skutele, Anna; Mežaka, Anna; Liepiņa, Ligita.bryophytes
functional traits
black alder
swamp forests
1259Bryophytes and Lichens on the Edges of Changing EcosystemsBryophytes and Lichens on the Edges of Changing EcosystemsSchuette, Scott.
98Budburst: Using community science for research and science educationEducation and Outreach Oschrin, Emma.Science communication
Science IRL
phenology
monarchs
nativars
Education
Outreach
community
688Building Biodiversity Datasets: A BLUE module teaching core biodiversity data skillsEducation and Outreach Hansen, Sara; Linton, Debra; Monfils, Anna.
894Calicioid Fungi and Lichens of MexicoBryology and LichenologyHuereca, Alejandro; Guzmán-Guillermo, Jorge; Herrera-Campos, María de los Ángeles; Salcedo-Martínez, Sergio; McMullin, Troy.Mycobiota
biogeography
North America
Ecological Indicators 
Old-Growth Forests
151California Local Floras ProjectFloristics & TaxonomyMagney, David.county floras
California
Floristics
digital floras
588Camelina sativa germination rate variation and genetic control across accessionsFunctional Genetics/GenomicsUpton, Racheal; Lachowiec, Jennifer.Germination
Camelina
GWAS
Functional genomics
250Candidate genes for nectary development in PenstemonDevelopment and StructureKatzer, Amanda; Wessinger, Carolyn; Hileman, Lena.Penstemon
nectar
Transcriptomics
Pollination
795Candidate genes for speckled seeds in a wild relative of crop lupinsCrops and Wild RelativesMichaels, Helen; Beligala, Gayathri U.; Wilson, Rachel A.; Phuntumart, Vipaporn.
816CartograPlant: Cyberinfrastructure to improve plant health and productivity in the context of a changing climateMolecular EcologyCobo, Irene; Herndon, Nic; Grau, Emily; Buehler, Sean; Richter, Peter; Ramnath, Risharde; Demurjian, Charles; Strickland, Emily; Burton, Victoria; Butch, Nicole; Abrams, Alicia; Lowe, Alex; Singh, Umed; Holguin-Herrera, Brian; Almsaeed, Abdullah; Staton, Margaret; Wegrzyn, Jill.plant DNA
climate change
FAIR
open source
Open Access
Data analysis
368Cascading effects of water limitation on floral resources and their pollinatorsThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsRankin, Erin.pollinator
water limitation
drought
floral rewards
377Cattle and bison cause increase in plant biodiversity that are resilient to extreme droughtEcologyBookout, Bess; Ratajczak, Zak.tallgrass prairie
Bison bison
plant ecology
resilience
drought
phylogenetic diversity
grazed prairie
Konza Prairie
575Causes of delayed angiosperm diversification: the photosynthetic revolution, increased opportunity costs of anti-herbivore defenses, selection for low-cost qualitative toxins, and acceleration of plant-herbivore coevolutionMacroevolutionGivnish, Thomas.mesangiosperms
opportunity costs
quantitative vs. qualitative toxins
net rate of species diversification
164Cell types as species: Exploring a metaphorSystematicsDoyle, Jeff.cell type
species delimitation
lineage
philosophy
incongruence
epigenetics
Development
152Certification of the Professional Consulting Botanist in CaliforniaConservation BiologyMagney, David.Botanist Certification
Ethics
Consulting Botanist
Field Botanist
California
Professional Standards
254
Canceled
Changes in Ice plant (Mesembryanthemum crystallinum) specialized metabolism in response to high light and wounding stress based on untargeted LC-MS and molecular networking
PhysiologyCrum, Alexandra; Hegeman, Adrian; Radford, Zachary; Yang, Ya.stress experiments
Caryophyllales
Aizoaceae
specialized metabolism
untargeted metabolomics
402Changes in phenology and fitness-related traits induced by DNA demethylation and recurrent drought in the annual weed Erodium cicutarium (Geranieaceae)EcologyAlonso, Conchita; Medrano, Mónica; Herrera, Carlos.DNA methylation
epigenetics
HPLC
stress experiment
mediterranean
drought
922
Canceled
Character evolution, geography, ecology, and taxonomy of the Himalayan-Tibetan-Hengduan lineage Isoxylosteum (Lonicera, Caprifoliaceae)
SystematicsSrivastav, Mansa; Kumar, Amit; Rawat, GS; Clement, Wendy; Donoghue, Michael.Lonicera
honeysuckle
Caprifoliaceae
Himalaya-Tibet-Hengduan
species complex
Taxonomy 
ecology
trait evolution
Isoxylosteum
Fieldwork
alpine
cold desert
349Characterization at cellular and subcellular level of desert-evolved and aquatic green microalgae within the ScendesmaceaeMycology & PhycologyPeredo, Elena L; Austin, Jotham; Bezanilla, Madgalena; Dohnalkova, Alice; Cardon, Zoe.dessication tolerance
confocal imaging
Live imaging
cryo-FIB
938Characterization of soil microbiome across ranges of an invasive plant (Centaurea solstitialis)Molecular EcologyBerlow, Mae; Dlugosch, Katrina.invasion
Yellow starthistle
microibiome
Soil
bacteria
166Characterization of the entire USDA germplasm collection of AmaranthusPhylogenomicsHoffberg, Sandra; Eaton, Deren.RADseq
crop
collection
506Characterizing a North American representative of Ipomoea grandifolia (Convolvulaceae), a member of Ipomoea series BatatasSystematicsLiao, Irene; Fulford, Avery; Ostevik, Kate; Rausher, Mark.cross-compatibility
Genetic differentiation
Ipomoea
Ipomoea grandifolia
reproductive isolation
species delimitation
639Characterizing a wide morphological spectrum of dioecy in neotropical Miconia (Melastomataceae)Reproductive ProcessesAngulo, Juan; Burke, Janelle; Michelangeli, Fabian.Dioecy
Andes
Melastomataceae
515Characterizing extrafloral nectary development and secretion in PopulusDevelopment and StructureMcInnes, Holly; Tuma, Trevor T; Harding, Scott; Tsai, Chung-Jui.extrafloral nectary
Populus
secretion content
histology 
gas chromatography-mass spectrometry 
863Characterizing plant biochemical responses to pathogenic stress: a spotlight on red leaf spotsPhytochemicalSalley, Maggie; Ferraro, Anna; McCormick, Bailey; Wommacck, Andrew; Hughes, Nicole Michelle.Anthocyanins
polyphenols
Anti-fungal
Photoprotection
antioxidant
315Characterizing the ecological preferences and geographic distributions of the Opuntia humifusa complex in VirginiaFloristics & TaxonomySicking, Elizabeth; Metzgar, Jordan.Floristics
Cactacae
Opuntia
polyploidy
841Characters that diagnose large clades: Phylogenetic revision of Dennstaedtioideae (Dennstaedtiaceae: Polypodiales)PteridologySundue, Michael; Triana Moreno, Luz Amparo; Yañez, Agustina; Kuo, Li-Yaung; Rothfels, Carl; Pena, Nelson Túlio L.; Schwartsburd, Pedro.Dennstaedtia
perispore
genera
morphology
760Chromosome-scale reference genome and RAD based genetic map of yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis) reveal putative structural variation and QTLs associated with invader traitsComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsReatini, Bryan; Cang, Alice; Jiang, Qiuyu; Dlugosch, Katrina.Yellow starthistle
genome assembly
genetic map
QTL mapping
983Chronicles of Deep Reef Flowers: Biodiversity, Biogeography, and Adaptations of Hawaiian Mesophotic Expanded Red Blades in the Orders Gigartinales and HalymenialesFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeCabrera, Feresa Corazon; Huisman, John; Smith, Celia; Kosaki, Randy; Sherwood, Alison.mesophotic
Algae
Rhodophyta
extreme environment
adaptation
phylogenetics
287Citrus reveals novel insights into genotypic variation, acclimation, and plasticity in photosynthetic thermotolerance of tropical evergreensEcophysiologyGuha, Anirban; Vharachumu, Talent; Khalid, Muhammad Fasih; Keeley, Mark; Avenson, Thomas; Vincent, Christopher.Thermotolerance
Photoprotection
Trees
Evergreens
Citrus
Short-term warming
Non-photochemical quenching
243Cladistic Analysis of Piper clade Enckea (Piperaceae)SystematicsHastings, Cara; Bornstein, Allan; Davidson, Christopher; Smith, James (Jim).Neotropics
Piper
cladistic analysis
systematics
Taxonomy 
species delimitation
Angiosperms353
776
Canceled
Climate and geographic distance drive phylogenetic regionalization in the world's tree flora
BiogeographyMonks, Logan; Davies, Stuart; Swenson, Nathan.Trees
forests
Phylogenetic beta-diversity
Biogeographic regions
693Climate change, pollinators and crop productionThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsGiannini, Tereza Cristina; Miranda, Leonardo; Borges, Rafael Cabral.Pollinators
Crops
Amazon
341Climate of Beringia: Past, Present, and FutureBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographyBhatt, Uma.climate change
844
Canceled
Climatic and genetic determinants of biomass production and yield in the temperate model grass Brachypodium distachyon
Population Genetics/GenomicsKHODAVERDI, MASOUMEH Of.
808Clonal structure dominates in a native bamboo, Arundinaria appalachiana, on the Cumberland Plateau of TennesseeConservation BiologyMorris, Ashley; Evans, Jon.conservation
population genetics
Southeastern US
1066Coastal plant community composition shifts and microclimate variation in response to tule elk herbivoryEcologyFloreani Buzbee, Raphaela E.; Ackerly, David; Cushman, Hall.
907Collaborating with Citizen Scientists to Examine the Effect of Area and Urbanization on Bee Diversity and Visitation NetworksEcologyDavis, Cheyenne; Fogel, Nina; Buehrle, Emily; Felton, Josh; Clones, Jessica; Camillo, Gerado; Miller-Struttmann, Nicole.Urban ecology
ecology
Plant-pollinator Interaction
Diversity
Urbanization
Bees
217Colonization of the Andes triggered pollinator shifts and a burst in speciation rate in Neotropical Merianieae (Melastomataceae)MacroevolutionDellinger, Agnes; Lagomarsino, Laura; Smith, Stacey.plant-pollinator interactions
Diversification
Neotropical biogeography
vegetative traits
Climatic niche
morphospace
disparity
Andean uplift
479Color Stories: Investigating the phytochemistry of Musa tissues as mordants and dyesEthnobotanyPadilla, Ava.Musa
mordant
natural dye
phytochemistry
HPLC/MS
textiles
traditional knowledge
local color
polyphenols
577Combining columns, culture, and community history with a campus arboretumLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasDaniels, Susan; DeVore, Melanie; Plants and People of the World Class, Spring Semester 2022.Arboretum
Economic Botany
1323Commercial Honeybee Impact on Native Pollinating Communities in High Mountain EcosystemsRecent Topics PostersAnderson , Nicholas Val; Petersen, Steve; Johnson, Robert; Allphin, Loreen; Anderson, Val.pollinator
bee
butterfly
Honeybee
13Common methods in leaf gas-exchange research: an introduction to measurements, theory, and data analysisConference WideMuir, Christopher; Krieg, Christopher; Hupp, Jason.
477Community phylogenomics of a rapid plant radiation: Pedicularis in the Hengduan MountainsMolecular EcologyEaton, Deren.China
Mountain
genome assembly
Phylogeography
community
Orobanchaceae
RAD-Seq
429Comparative analysis of autumn leaf coloration across North AmericaEcophysiologyHeberling, Mason; Hughes, Nicole M.; George, Christian O.; Lee, Ben; Neufeld, Howard; Webb, Campbell O; Lee, David W..Anthocyanin
leaf senescence
Photoprotection
xanthophylls
autumn
1289Comparative analysis of corolla shape transitions in the non-model sister genera Gesneria and Rhytidophyllum (Gesneriaceae)Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasVergolino, Carolina; Joly, Simon.Gesneriaceae
convergence
flower shape
208Comparative analysis of corolla shape transitions in the non-model sister genera Gesneria and Rhytidophyllum (Gesneriaceae)Development and StructureVergolino, Carolina; Joly, Simon.Gesneriaceae
convergence
flower shape
196Comparative analysis of the reproductive biology of Rudbeckia hirta across four habitats in pre and post drought-winter yearsReproductive ProcessesSiegfried, Emma; Krakos, Kyra Neipp.
365Comparative analysis of the reproductive biology of Rudbeckia hirta across four habitats in pre and post drought-winter yearsReproductive ProcessesSiegfried, Emma; Krakos, Kyra Neipp.
42Comparative Anatomical Studies of Four Accessions of Bambusa vulgaris Schrad EX J.C. Wendl collected in Ile-Ife, Osun State, NigriaSystematicsFunmilola Mabel, OJO; ADELALU, Kole Fredrick; Blessing Oluwatosin, OMOYENI.Accessions 
anatomical 
Bambusa vulgaris
Classification 
Taxonomy 
110Comparative genomics, phylogenetics, and taxonomy of the Sphagnum magellanicum complexBryology and LichenologyShaw, Jonathan; Piatkowski, Bryan; Duffy, Aaron; Aguero, Blanka; Nieto-Lugilde, Marta.peat moss
speciation
comparative genomics
676Comparative Genomics and Phylogenetic Utility of the Mitochondrial Genome in ApialesPhylogenomicsNicolas, Antoine; Earl, Victoria; Hughes, Emily; Molina, Giselle; Scollan, Brianna; Zandel, Stephanie; Plunkett, Gregory.mitogenome
Apiales
Hydrocotyle
Shotgun Sequencing
1266Comparative genomics offers new insights into the evolution of the heterostyly supergenComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsConti, Elena; Potente, Giacomo; Narjes, Yousefi; Keller, Barbara.Supergene
convergent evolution
Primulaceae
reproductive biology
Heterostyly
Floral dimorphism
floral evolution
Gene duplication
Suppression of recombination
1010COMPARATIVE MORPHOLOGY AND MICROMORPHOLOGY OF Hypoestes rosea Linn. AND Asystasia gangetica Sol.ex.R.Br. (ACANTHACEAE)EcologyAjayi, Benjamin; Adebayo, Oluwafemi.Hypoestesrosea
Asystasia
gangetica
Trichome
Anatomical
Stomata
113Comparative Reproductive Biology of Two Self-Compatible BromeliaceaeReproductive ProcessesFelton, Josh; Heschel, M. Shane; Jabaily, Rachel.Bromeliaceae
Neotropics
epiphyte
reproductive biology
selfing
Pollination
203Comparative transcriptomics of 48 Erysimum species guides discovery of cardiac glycoside biosynthetic genesFunctional Genetics/GenomicsYounkin, Gordon; Alani, Martin; Mirzaei, Mahdieh; Jander, Georg.Erysimum
cardenolides
cardiac glycosides
Brassicaceae
phytochemistry
specialized metabolism
gene coexpression networks
CRISPR/Cas9
glucosinolates
defensive metabolites
medicinal compounds
comparative transcriptomics
319Comparative transcriptomics provides insights into the genetic mechanisms regulating functional floral traits across Calochortus (Liliaceae)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsHernandez, Adriana; Landis, Jacob; Tribble, Carrie; Eifler, Evan; Givnish, Thomas; Strickler, Susan; Specht, Chelsea.RNA-Seq
Floral traits
trichomes
comparative transcriptomics
gene expression
541Comparative wood anatomy of 21 oak species (Quercus) along an environmental gradient in western MexicoEcophysiologyArenas Navarro, Maribel; Oyama, Ken; García Oliva, Felipe; Torres Miranda, Andres; Terrazas, Teresa.vasicentric tracheids
xylem
parenchyma
646Comparing a Phenological Shift in Tropical Wet and Dry Habitats Using Herbarium SpecimensTropical BiologyLynch, Skylar; Tripp, Erin; Melbourne, Brett.phenology
702Comparing herbivory in invasive and native honeysuckles using manual and automated methodsBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationCardenas, Santiago D; Clement, Wendy.herbarium specimen
Lonicera
herbivory
invasive species
Machine Learning
772Comparing patterns of herbivory across native and invasive regions of four species of Lonicera (Caprifoliaceae) using herbarium specimensEcologyKakumanu, Siya; Cardenas, Santiago D; Bergen, Anna T; King, Robert J; Clement, Wendy.invasive species
honeysuckles
herbarium specimen
herbivory
Lonicera
1300Comparing phytochemical profiles of native and cultivated blueberries (genus Vaccinium) in Central FloridaRecent Topics PostersKhalid, Anisa.blueberries
Vaccinium
Florida
phytochemistry
wild plants
phenolic compounds
Anthocyanins
909Comparing the Quality of Various Open Sourced Datasets Utilizing Known Patterns of Edaphic Endemism and GIS AnalysesBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationAndreski, Christina; Jolles, Diana.Edaphic Endemism
Substrate specialist
GIS analyses
herbarium specimen
spatial data
open source
833Comparison of phenotypic plasticity and genetic diversity of a rare and a widespread species of Boechera (Brassicaceae), B. perstellata and B. laevigataEcophysiologyBaskauf, Carol; Lindsey, Annie; Rogers, Will; Boyd, Jennifer; Anderson, Jill; Brzyski, Jessica; Cruse-Sanders, Jennifer.rare species
widespread species
Boechera perstellata
Boechera laevigata
Phenotypic plasticity
genetic variability
1288Competing selection on flower color by pollinators and herbivores: who wins?Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasTenhumberg, Brigitte; Dellinger, Agnes; Smith, Stacey.Anthocyanins
modeling
fitness
pleiotropy
Pollination
specialized metabolism
303Complete chloroplast genomes of seven species of Elsholtzia (Lamiaceae): Comparative and phylogenetic analysesPhylogenomicsLee, Yoonkyung; Yun, Narae; Jeon, Yun-Chang; Choi, Sangho; Paik, Jin-Hyub.Elsholtzia
Lamiaceae
Endemic Species
Chloroplast genome
phylogeny
409Completing the angiosperm tree of life - over half-way therePhylogenomicsBaker, William; PAFTOL, Team.phylogenomics
Angiosperms353
Open Access
herbariomics
target-capture
Hyb-Seq
Angiosperms
tree of life
433Compositional shifts associated with major evolutionary transitions in plantsInnovation and Novelty in the Evolution of PlantsSmith, Stephen; Walker-Hale, Nathanael; Parins-Fukuchi, Caroline.molecular evolution
genome composition
comparative methods
304Comprehensive approach for seed banking of Bletilla striata, an endangered terrestrial orchid: recommendations for research and conservationConservation BiologyPradhan, Namrata; Martini, Francesco; Yang, Mei; Khoddamzadeh, Amir; Cao, Kun-Fang; Manage Goodale, Uromi.orchid seeds
seed banking
seed morphology
seed viability test
Tetrazolium test
Fluorescein diacetate test
Evans blue test
Direct cryopreservation
Vitrification cryopreservation
in-vitro germination
191Conservation and genetic assessments of petitioned Henry’s Spiderlily (Hymenocallis henryae)Conservation BiologyVogel, Maria; Negron-Ortiz, Vivian; Moore, Rich.conservation
population genomics
ddradseq
Florida
Endangered Species Act
503Conservation and Population Genetics of the Federally Endangered Florida Torreya (Torreya taxifolia, Taxaceae)Conservation BiologyEserman, Lauren; Baldwin, Ethan; Carmichael, Amanda; Jordan, Chazz; Smith, Ashlynn; Leebens-Mack, Jim; Coffey, Emily.population genetics
conservation
Torreya taxifolia
Target Enrichment
332Conservation assessment at scale: semi-automated workflows for preliminary assessments using Andropogoneae as a case studyConservation BiologyAuBuchon-Elder, Taylor; Minx, Patrick; Bookout, Bess; Kellogg, Elizabeth.Andropogoneae
IUCN conservation status
381Conservation genetic assessment of the threatened Cliff Palace Milkvetch (Astragalus deterior (Barneby) Barneby) in Mesa Verde National Park in southwestern ColoradoConservation BiologyMcCauley, Ross; Cortes-Palomec, Aurea.Fabaceae
Astragalus
conservation
rare plants
species conservation
968Conservation genetics and phylogeography of a disjunct prairie plant: Clematis fremontii (Ranunculaceae)BiogeographyKrakowiak, Alaina; Harris, Jesse; McGlaughlin, Mitchell; Simmons, Mark.
383Conservation genetics of the endemic Chapin Mesa Milkvetch (Astragalus schmolliae C.L. Porter) in southwestern ColoradoConservation BiologyCortes-Palomec, Aurea; McCauley, Ross.Fabaceae
Astragalus
conservation
rare plants
species conservation
567Conservation implications of geographic disjunction, limited genetic variation, and predicted shifts in niche space in the federally endangered leafy prairie-cloverConservation BiologyMorris, Ashley; Visger, Clayton.glades
Microsatellites
conservation
population genetics
441Conservation of a rare species: taxonomic uncertainty and the potential role of a narrowly-occurring specialist pollinatorEcologyBarnes, Anais; Wickers, Maddie; Williams, Tanisha; Schuette, Scott; Martine, Chris.Heuchera
conservation
Pollination
population genomics
Pennsylvania
morphometrics
Undergraduate Research
626Conservation of exceptional plant species: What does it cost and what do we need?Conservation BiologyPhilpott, Megan; Pence, Valerie.ex situ
botanical garden
conservation
cryopreservation
tissue culture
587Conservation Status of Trillium in North AmericaConservation BiologyHighland, Amy.TrilliumConservationMt. Cuba 
516Conserved noncoding sequences in the genomes of nodulating angiosperms and their potential for homology assessmentSystematicsDoyle, Jeff; Xian, Wenfei; Cheng, Shifeng.nodulation
conserved noncoding sequences
CNS
505Constructing a whole plant concept for an Early Devonian zosterophyll of the Beartooth Butte Formation (Wyoming)PaleobotanyEl-Abdallah, Samar; Tomescu, Alexandru.paleobotany
whole-plant concept
zosterophyll 
Wyoming
536Contrasting patterns of floral microbiome assembly in two clades of elemental hyperaccumulating plantsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsCullen, Nevin; Ashman, Tia-Lynn.Abiotic stress
Brassicaceae
Microbiome
community assembly
California Floristic Province
Heavy Metal
322Contrasts among cationic phytochemical landscapes in the southern United StatesEcophysiologySantiago-Rosario, Luis; Harms, Kyle.calcium
magnesium
multivariate analysis
potassium
sodium
spatial autocorrelation
488Convergence without divergence in North American red-flowering SileneMacroevolutionBerardi, Andrea.adaptation
Evolution
pigments
Anthocyanins
carotenoids
Floral morphology
Silene
target-capture
herbaria
540Convoluted complexes: role of hybridization and introgression in shaping plant species complexes in tropics (Hedychium spicatum Complex, Zingiberaceae)Population Genetics/GenomicsXavier, Aleena; Gowda, Vinita.Zingiberaceae
dd RAD
Asian tropics
Tropical Botany
442Corallorhiza striata is a “double parasite” and the first case of sexually deceptive pollination known among North American orchidsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsFreudenstein, John; Barrett, Craig.parasitism
Orchidaceae
Pollination
313Creation of novel pigmentation patterns in monkeyflowers (Mimulus)Development and StructureMunoz, Sarita; Yuan, Yaowu.Anthocyanin
TCP genes
MYB genes
Floral Symmetry
556CRISPR knockout of sucrose transporter affects phenology and biomass accrual in field grown hybrid poplarFunctional Genetics/GenomicsTuma, Trevor T; McInnes, Holly; Pham, Hongduyen; Bewg, William P.; Tsai, Chung-Jui.sucrose transporter
poplar
CRISPR
seasonality
648Crop Wild Relatives and the Role of Herbaria in Future Food Crop SecurityCrops and Wild RelativesMabry, Makenzie; Ford, Tori M.; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.Ecological niche model
Digitized Biocollections
838Crown group Lauraceae in the Late Cretaceous: new evidence from fossil flowersPaleobotanyTang, Keana; Matsunaga, Kelly; Atkinson, Brian.Lauraceae
Coniacian
Cretaceous
fossil flowers
phylogenetics
paleobotany
Evolution
1064Cultural uses of the Dracaenoids: unpacking the indigenous knowledge on the taxonomy, ethnobotany and conservation of DracaenoidsTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardNyenya, Ratidzayi.medicinal
ethnobotany
Indigenous Peoples
Africa
Dracaena
Sansevieria
Kenya
Zimbabwe
68Cycads: Then and NowPaleobotanyStevenson, Dennis; Martinez, Leandro.Cycads
Anatomy
morphology
Fossils
603Cyto-nuclear Discordance in AdeniaPhylogenomicsNetherland, Michael; Hearn, David.phylogenomics
Species tree
cytonuclear discordance
introgression
356Cytology of the invasive climbing fern Lygodium japonicum in FloridaPteridologyWheatley, Kayla; Pelosi, Jessie; Hornych, Ondřej; Zumwalde, Bethany; Sessa, Emily.genome size
cytology
fern
Invasive
chromosome counts
466DANZ: a comparative study of plant diversification mechanisms involved in the Disjunction between America and New ZealandBiogeographyJiménez-Mejías, Pedro; Míguez, Mónica; Benítez, Carmen Benítez; García-Moro, Pablo; Sanz-Arnal, María; Barrett, Russell; Cano, Asunción; Donadío, Sabina; Fernandez-Mazuecos Santa Teresa, Mario; Ford, Kerry A.; Gebauer, Sebastian; Hipp, Andrew; Hoffman, Matthias; Larridon, Isabel; Léveillé-Bourret, Etienne; Mairal, Mario; Márquez-Corro, José Ignacio; Muñoz-Schüler, Paulo; Otero, Ana; Penneckamp, Diego; Roalson, Eric; Spalink, Daniel; Starr, Julian; Villaverde, Tamara; Wilson, Karen; Luceño, Modesto; Martin-Bravo, Santiago.adaptive radiation
Disjunction
Cyperaceae
Exaptation
Gondwana
Neotropics
New Zealand
Dispersification
898ddRADSeq phylogeny and systematics of the Cistantheae clade (Montiaceae)SystematicsChomentowska, Anri; Guilliams, C. Matt; Ogburn, Matthew; Hancock, Lillian; Holtum, Joseph; Edwards, Erika.phylogenetics
systematics
RADseq
Taxonomy 
Montiaceae
789Dealing with correlated observations in regularized regression: a phylogenetic elastic net approach for predicting leaf traits using leaf reflectance spectraMacroevolutionGoolsby, Eric; Richardson, Andrew.Phylogenetic comparative methods
hyperspectral imaging
Phenotype Prediction
Machine Learning
87Decades of Success: Bureau of Land Management Alaska and the Seeds of Success ProgramConservation BiologyErickson, Ann C..native seed
Seeds of Success
public lands
41Decolonizing Botanical Field and Lab Work Methodologies of the UVSC HerbariumEducation and Outreach Shaver, Tyler R; Riggs, Erin.Decolonization
Fieldwork
Methodologies
Indigenous Peoples
Education
Decolonizing Methodologies
Herbarium
Linda Tuhiwai Smith
Field Botany
Research
1011Decolonizing BotanyTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardSubramaniam, Banu.Colonialism
feminism
race
gender
queer
botany
1065Decolonizing Ethnobotany in the Classroom - A Complex, Yet Highly Rewarding UndertakingPaths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgeStrecker, Lisa.Alaska
decolonizing
Undergraduate teaching
culturally relevant instruction
experiential learning
112Defining Bromeliaceae life history with comparative morphometricsReproductive ProcessesJabaily, Rachel; Fetterly, Emma; Felton, Josh; Heschel, M. Shane; Oberle, Brad; Sidoti, Brian; Bodine, Erin.Bromeliaceae
Neotropics
life history
reproductive effort
asexual reproduction
270Delimiting manzanita species with morphological data, and morphological data collection in a classroom settingSystematicsMorrison, Glen R; Jolles, Diana; Drew, Makayla; Buehlman, Angela; Huang, Yi; Abbo, Tito; Parker, V. T.; Keeley, Jon E.; Litt, Amy.morphology
ericaceae
California
Arctostaphylos
species delimitation
Herbarium
educational
215Delimiting taxa in three species complexes of Viola (Violaceae) in eastern North AmericaFloristics & TaxonomyBallard Jr, Harvey.Taxonomy 
Violaceae
592Demographic Consequences of Phenological TrackingEcologyQuarles, Brandie; Donohue, Kathleen.Seed dormancy
Phenological tracking
demography
Habitat selection
1027Demography-driven vs. adaptive introgression in hybridizing species of the Armeria syngameonHybrids and HybridizationVilla-Machío, Irene; Heuertz, Myriam; Álvarez, Inés; Nieto Feliner, Gonzalo.syngameon
hybrid zone
bidirectional introgression
adaptive introgression
Demographic history
Armeria (Plumbaginaceae)
248Demonstration of the use of computational linguistics and machine learning to identify phenological anomalies described in the world’s biodiversity specimen recordsBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationMast, Austin; Tian, Shubo; He, Zhe; Krimmel, Erica; Pichardo-Marcano, Fritz; Buckley, Mikayla; Gomez, Sophia; Hennessey, Ashley; Horn, Allyson; Howell, Olivia.phenology
Herbarium
Computational linguistics
Machine Learning
Anomaly detection
Global change
conservation
Biodiversity Informatics
20de novo genome assembly and annotation with an emphasis on phylogenetic and population genetic studiesConference WideLandis, Jacob; Li, Fay-Wei; Strickler, Susan; Powell, Adrian.
1239Density dependence of male sexual expression in metapopulations of a tropical moss: a monoicous species that is almost dioicousRecent Topics PostersSantos, Wagner Luiz; Pôrto, Katia Cavalcanti; Bordin , Juçara; Pinheiro , Fábio.Bryophyte
life history
Resource allocation
Reproductive Success
trade-off
780Detecting signals of polygenic adaptation in the face of demographic history and population structure in red spruce (Picea rubens)Population Genetics/GenomicsPrakash, Anoob; Keller, Stephen.diversifying selection
population genetics
quantitative genetics
Trees
QPC
601
Canceled
Determinants of mixed-ploidal variation and hybridization in big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) across the landscape
Population Genetics/GenomicsFaske, Trevor; Agneray, Alison; Richardson, Bryce; Leger, Elizabeth; Parchman, Thomas.landscape genomics
polyploidy
hybridization
993Determinate to be indeterminate: Diversification of meristem gene regulatory network between sexual and asexual reproduction in Titanotrichum (Gesnariaceae)Development and StructureHo, Yi-Wen; Chang, JenYu; Liao, Pei-Chun; Wu, Cheng-Chiang; Wang, Chun-Neng.Floral reversion
Bulbil
Titanotrichum
Gesnariaceae
Gene regulatory network
994Determining functional roles of soil mosses to improve restoration efforts in western Montana rangelandsStress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsAnenberg, Jasmine; Bowker, Matthew; Antoninka, Anita.bryophytes
restoration
1353Determining progenitor species of the garden dahlia, Dahlia variabilis, through constructing an updated phylogeny for the Dahlia genus utilizing CompCos baitsLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasMeharg, Zach; Harkess, Alex.phylogeny
Asteraceae
857Determining the genomic architecture of Thalictrum sexual dimorphismComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsSain, Melody; Baum, David.Dioecy
sex determination
genomics
Evolution
homeotic
eudicot
Sexual system
k-mer
short read data
745Developing appropriate paradigms for assessing the plant-fungal fossil recordPaleobotanyKlymiuk, Az.plant-microbe interactions
wetlands
paleomycology
mycology
biogeochemistry
hydric soils
1296Developing a Restriction Digest Marker to Identify Cryptic Species within Physcomitrium pyriformeLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasOgbeide, James; Bullock, Madison; Patel, Nikisha; Goffinet, Bernard; Medina, Rafael; Johnson, Matthew.Bryophyte
speciation
population genetics
918Development Impacts and Population Genetics of Serpentinite Associated Cirsium fontinale in California WetlandsPopulation Genetics/GenomicsKate, Stephanie; Cantley, Jason.population genetics
Wetland Species
restoration
Edaphic Endemism
GIS
367Development of a novel phenotyping procedure for annonaceous acetogenin production in Asimina triloba using HPLC-MSCrops and Wild RelativesPreble, Ryan S.; Tyler, Schwertfeger; Aleksandra, Skirycz; Strickler, Susan.Annonaceae
Acetogenin
Mass Spectrometry
Liquid Chromatography
Phenotype
Parkinsonism
Custard Apple
Asimina triloba
326Development of high yielding synthetic cultivars of bitter fennel (Foeniculum vulgar var. vulgare)Development and StructureBahmani, Keivan; Akbari, Azam; Izadi Darbandi, Ali.Fennel
early maturity
medium maturity
late maturity
synthetic cultivar
seed yield
essential oil content
drought condition
well irrigated condition
815Development of the Cactaceae primary root and the genetic regulation of root apical meristem exhaustionDevelopment and StructureRodríguez-Alonso, Gustavo; Morales-Castillo, Sandra; Esteban-Hernández, Sofía; Lara-Vargas, Alejandra; Napsucialy-Mendivil, Selene; Ramírez-Yarza, Marcela; Matvienko, Marta; Dubrovsky, Joseph; Shishkova, Svetlana.Determinate root growth
Gene Regulatory Netvwork
Root Apical Meristem
Cactaceae
906Did the dryland moss genus Syntrichia diversify with aridification of the northern hemisphere?Stress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsEkwealor, Jenna T. B.; Brinda, John C.; Jauregui Lazo, Javier; Nosratinia, Sonia; Melvin, Oliver J.; Dikow, Rebecca B..Bryophyte
dryland
moss
Syntrichia
evolutionary radiation
979Differences in functional traits in Centaurea melitensis across an urbanized landscapeEcologyDant, Anthony; Dlugosch, Katrina.Urban ecology
invasive species
California
Urban
762
Canceled
Differences in local neighborhood biotic interactions show patterns of directional taxonomic structure but no pattern of functional trait arrangement
Tropical BiologyHenderson, David; Tello, Sebastian J; Myers, Jonathan; Cayola, Leslie; Fuentes, Sigfredo; Loza, M Isabel.Biotic interaction
ecological gradient
functional traits
madidi
community assembly
502Differential Effects of Greenhouse Glazing on Germination, Growth, and Reproduction of Sunflower Cultivars (Helianthus annuus)EcologyCulley, Theresa; Bartlett, Sarah; Winter, Madison.Plant Growth
Reproduction
Greenhouse
Light
UV
995Differential expression, genome annotation, and enzyme discovery in Drosera capensisFunctional Genetics/GenomicsTakahashi, Gemma; Akbari, Omar; Castelan, Ulysses; Hadadian, Mark; Le, Jonathan; Kelz, Jessica; Diessner, Elizabeth; Einstein, Elliott; Unhelkar, Megha; Kwok, Ashley; Sprague-Piercy, Marc; Woodcock, Sofiya; Pineda, Allison; Shabakesaz, Pauniz; Einstein, David; Garabedian, Alexandra; Alemayhu, Aden; Uribe, Jose; Martin, Rachel; Butts, Carter.Enzyme Discovery
genome
transcriptome
bioinformatics
molecular identification
differential gene expression
Drosera capensis
998Differential expression, genome annotation, and enzyme discovery in Drosera capensisFunctional Genetics/GenomicsTakahashi, Gemma; Akbari, Omar; Castelan, Ulysses; Hadadian, Mark; Le, Jonathan; Kelz, Jessica; Diessner, Elizabeth; Einstein, Elliott; Unhelkar, Megha; Kwok, Ashley; Sprague-Piercy, Marc; Woodcock, Sofiya; Pineda, Allison; Shabakesaz, Pauniz; Einstein, David; Garabedian, Alexandra; Alemayhu, Aden; Uribe, Jose; Martin, Rachel; Butts, Carter.Enzyme Discovery
Drosera capensis
genomics
Transcriptomics
bioinformatics
1318Differential gene expression and splicing in sunflower ecotypesRecent Topics PostersInnes, Peter.alternative splicing
gene expression
Transcriptomics
population genetics
adaptation
sunflower
705Differential physiological adaptations of Asclepias speciosa and A. syriaca to drought stressPhysiologyAndreev, Victor; Fishbein, Mark.Asclepias
drought resistance
Local adaptation
100Differential role of climatic niche in colonization and in-situ evolutionary processes of Macaronesian ivies (Hedera L., Araliaceae)PhylogenomicsGallego-Narbón, Angélica; Alonso Hernandez, Alejandro; Valcarcel, Virginia; Fernandez-Mazuecos Santa Teresa, Mario.Hedera
Macaronesia
Climatic niche
phylogenomics
GBS
1018Digitization of Pakistani Herbaria and Botanic Gardens: An Approach for Data MobilizationBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationYaseen, Ghulam; Ahmad, Mushtaq; Zafar, Muhammad; Sultana, Shazia.Biodiversity
digitization
herbaria
Pakistan
285Digitization of the Lagos University Herbarium - A complimentary conservation approachBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationOnuminya, Temitope; Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin; Igbari, Dolapo; Kemabonta, Kehinde.Biodiversity
Herbarium Digitization
LUH
Bioconservation
GBIF-BID
870Direct comparisons of grapevine rootstock gene expression expand insights into root responses to N competitionCrops and Wild RelativesFleishman, Suzanne; Mélanie, Massonnet; Dario, Cantu; Eissenstat, David; Michela, Centinari.Rootstock
Competition
Nutrient
Vitis
Nitrogen
gene expression
820Direct quantification of pollen dispersal using quantum dots shows extensive pollen movement across large populations of Clarkia xantianaReproductive ProcessesKern, Brooke; Carley, Lauren; Moeller, David.Pollen Dispersal
Pollination
189Discovery of an elusive diploid Botrychium species from the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming reveals the missing parent of several polyploid Botrychium taxaFerns at the extreme: the case of moonworts, grape-ferns and adder’s tongues of the family OphioglossaceaeLegler, Ben; Popovich, Steve.Botrychium
Moonworts
new species
enzyme electrophoresis
polyploidy
phylogeny
allele
Wyoming
682Disentangling the effects of short and long term warming events on crop physiologyThe impact of climate change on plant physiology in natural and agricultural systemsBernacchi, Carl; Ruiz-Vera, Ursula; Siebers, Matthew; Ort, Donald.Crops
photosynthesis
Short-term warming
Global change
660Dissecting an evolutionary syndrome: ecophysiological modeling points to a mechanistic link between succulence and CAM photosynthesisDevelopment and StructureZhou, Haoran; Earles, Mason; Théroux-Rancourt, Guillaume; Broderson, Craig; Edwards, Erika.convergent evolution
form and function
adaptation
eco-physiology
Anatomy
914Dissecting pollinator-driven floral-trait evolution in Agave subg. ManfredaPhylogenomicsMacNeill, Bryan; McKain, Michael; Ruiz-Sanchez, Eduardo; Rodriguez Contreras, Aaron.
706Dissecting the role of reticulate evolution in the diversification of Prunus (Rosaceae)PhylogenomicsHodel, Richard; Zimmer, Elizabeth; Liu, Bin-Bin; Johnson, Gabriel; Potter, Daniel; Wen, Jun.allopolyploidy
hybridization
phylogenetic network
cytonuclear discord
Hyb-Seq
biogeography
48
Canceled
Distribution and delimitation of Magnolia species (Magnoliaceae) occurring in Brazil
SystematicsJardim Barbosa, Juliana Cruz.Brazilian Magnolias
Neotropical biodiversity
340Diverse mechanisms contribute to reproductive isolation between selfing and outcrossing morning glory speciesHybrids and HybridizationOstevik, Kate; Rifkin, Joanna; Liao, Irene; Rausher, Mark.speciation
Morning glory
Cross incompatibility
Hybrid sterility
QTL mapping
114Diversification and Character Trait Analyses of the Core GoodeniaceaeSystematicsBrose, Caroline; Jabaily, Rachel; Shepherd, Kelly.Goodeniaceae
Asterales
Australia
Scaevola
Goodenia
systematics
177Diversification of Cirsium (Carduoideae: Compositae) in North America – Insights into a continental-scale radiationA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkAckerfield, Jennifer; Siniscalchi, Carolina.Radiation
thistles
Diversification
North America
1035Diversification of Kohleria (Gesneriaceae)SystematicsHansen, Kimberly; Laura, Clavijo; Zuluaga Trochez, Alejandro; Roalson, Eric.Gesneriaceae
Andes
phylogenomics
593Diversity and diversification of the common moonwort ferns (Botrychium lunaria, Ophioglossaceae)Ferns at the extreme: the case of moonworts, grape-ferns and adder’s tongues of the family OphioglossaceaeMossion, Vinciane; Koenen, Erik; Grant, Jason; Croll, Daniel; Farrar, Donald; Kessler, Michael.Ophioglossaceae
speciation
Diversity
phylogenetics
climate
Taxonomy 
morphology
590Diversity of plants foraged by two solitary wild beesSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPuppo, Pamela; Martins, Filipa; Thompson, Madeline; Ferguson, Beth; Rinehart, Joseph; Bowsher, Julia; Greenlee, Kendra; Prasifka, Jarrad.Pollination
Crops
sunflower
alfalfa
Bees
985DNA Barcoding the Plants of Nevada State CollegeBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationDertien, Joseph; Yokomizo, Alexandra; Hunnicutt, Shawna; Hall, Alyssa.DNA barcoding
Biodiversity
827DNA content and estimated ploidy of wild potatoes (Solanum chacoense, Solanaceae) from Embrapa Potato GenebankCrops and Wild RelativesNicolao, Rodrigo; Campos, Aryane; Marcal, Saulo; Castro Marques, Caroline; Heiden, Gustavo.Wild relatives
potato
576DNA methylation and genetic imprinting in water lily (Nymphaea) seeds: implications for endosperm and seed evolutionDevelopment and StructurePovilus, Rebecca; Gehring, Mary.endosperm
seed development
genetic imprinting
epigenetic modification
Evo-Devo
784Do crops have reduced stress tolerance compared with their wild progenitors? Evidence from a comprehensive meta-analysisCrops and Wild RelativesNolting, Kristen; Dittmar, Emily; Donovan, Lisa; Burke, John.Abiotic stress
domestication
wild progenitor
tolerance
meta-analysis
458Doctoral students’ perceptions of high-quality mentorship depend on deep-level similarity not demographic matchEducation and Outreach Tuma, Trevor T; Dolan, Erin L.mentoring
graduate education
career development
1075Documentation of Medicinal Plants Used for the Prevention of COVID 19 Symptoms by Awori People in Ojo Local Government Area of Lagos State, NigeriaEthnobotanySharaibi, Olubunmi Josephine.Covid 19 Symptoms
Medicinal Plants
Awori people
Documentation
353Documenting effective pollinator species and metabarcoding environmental DNA to monitor pollinator communities across the range of Physaria globosa (Brassicaceae)EcologyWaters, Christopher; Krosnick, Shawn.endangered species
Pollination
Environmental DNA
Metabarcoding
conservation
342Documenting phenotypic and genotypic traits among 92 varieties of Capsicum spp. to crossbreed new nutritious and disease-resistant varietiesCrops and Wild RelativesKhalid, Anisa; Mason, Chase.Capsicum
crossbreeding
disease resistance
peppers
Diversity
1033Does assisted migration make sense for the restoration of dryland biocrust mosses?Stress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsTucker, Colin; Antoninka, Anita; Bowker, Matthew; Reed, Sasha.assisted migration
climate smart restoration
Biological Soil Crust
Bryophyte
913Does flow through conifer pit membranes deflect the torus?PhysiologySchulte, Paul.pit membrane
torus
computational
966Does foliar trichome abundance, morphology and plasticity vary with climate in a deciduous oak species?EcologyBadillo, Berenice; Ochoa, Marissa E; Wright, Jessica W; Sork, Victoria.valley oak
trichomes
Phenotypic plasticity
climate
common garden
178Does habitat variation drive floral and genetic divergence in Platanthera dilatata, with moderation by inter-population gene flow? Evidence from Southeast AlaskaPopulation Genetics/GenomicsWallace, Lisa; Bowles, Marlin.Orchidaceae
Microsatellites
Phenotypic variation
intraspecific variation
Genetic  variation
213Does participation in backyard conservation programs change environmental identity and pro environmental behavior?EcologyLovell, Scott; Tate, Erin; Miller-Struttmann, Nicole.Shutterbee
Environmental Identity
Pro Environmental Behavior
482Does sex ratio in Plagiochila porelloides correlate with fertilization and environmental variables?Bryology and LichenologySilva e Costa, Juliana; Cornett, Justin; Luizi-Ponzo, Andrea Pereira; McLetchie, Nicholas.Sex Ratio
Light
reproductive biology
951Domestic partnership in the plant kingdom: using Helianthus annuus genotypes to assess the role of breeding bottlenecks in plant responsiveness to mycorrhizal fungiCrops and Wild RelativesConway, Megan; Giguere, Madlyn; Mendoza, Marvin; Mason, Chase.
803Do Trees and Shrubs Differ in Lignification? A Case Study on HazelnutsEcophysiologyPrice, David; Parsons, Cameron; Dole, Mackenzie; Li, Jianhua.Corylus
Betulaceae
Acetyl Bromide
Lignin
phylogenomics
Morphological disparity
253Douglas-fir does not recover from co-occuring heat and drought with rewateringEcophysiologyVelasco, Vera; Noordermeer, Devin; Sen, Tomoyuki; Tongson, Eden; Fuentes, Sigfredo; Ensminger, Ingo.Conifers
gas exchange
thermal imaging
Chlorophyll fluorescence
photosynthesis
light regulation
Interior Douglas-fir
Coastal Douglas-fir
climate change
323Do wet and dry ecotypes of a dominant grass grow better with their native soil microbes?EcologyHartung, Eli; Sarkar, Soumyadev; Kazarina, Anna; Fogarty, Kian; Sytsma, Jack; Holloman, Kierra; Amiar, Nassima; Howe, Kori; Jumpponen, Ari; Lee, Sonny; Johnson, Loretta.tallgrass prairie
intraspecific variation
plant-microbe interactions
1326Do white flowers bloom before red flowers in North America? Leveraging public data to explore relationships between flower color and phenologyLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasMcKenzie, Patrick.iNaturalist
Flower color
phenology
Community science
469Draft genome assembly and mating-type (MAT) locus characterization of three leprose asexual lichens: Lepraria lanata, Lepraria finkii, and Lepraria neglectaBryology and LichenologyPfeffer, Bubba; Stewart, Heather; Lendemer, James; Allen, Jessica.Fungal Mating Systems
asexual reproduction
genome assembly
comparative genomics
Appalachian Biogeography
821Draft genome sequences of two critically endangered lichens: Sticta deyana and Sulcaria isidiiferaLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasStewart-Ahn, Heather; Balderas, Eli; Cady, Gwendelen; Fetters, Alexandra; Huff, Trevor; Johnson, Michelle; Pfeffer, Bubba; Roussa, Lucy; Allen, Jessica.genomics
Biodiversity
conservation
endangered species
Endemic Species
lichens
574Drought-tolerance of invasive Lantana strigocamara and endangered Lantana depressa.Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasDodson, Kayleigh.drought resistance
Invasive
leaf water retention
56Dumpsite Aftereffects on Structural and Functional Integrity of Three Crop WeedsDevelopment and StructureAjayi, Benjamin.structural-changes
adaptation
functional
stem
Anatomy
 parenchyma
pollutants.
393Dynamic stressors altering southern California shrublandsEcologyHernandez, Mayra; Regier, Jordyn; Sicangco, Camille Kilayko; Smith, Karagan; Davis, Stephen; Holmlund, Helen.chaparral
coastal sage scrub
Invasive
fire
drought
vegetation-type conversion
disturbance
397Early Fern Gametophyte Growth Patterns Are Consistent with Sporophyte Niche Segregation in Four Chaparral Fern SpeciesPteridologyFurlong, Tristan; Kerstein, Chase; McKenna, Sarah; Holmlund, Helen; Nofziger, Donna E..fern
gametophyte
chaparral
Development
Growth Patterns
Niche Partitioning
Staging
669Early flowering, increase in aeroallergen and AFLPCO Nanotechnology to clean the airEcologyGhosh, Nabarun; DeLeon, Lyanna; Howard, Aubrey; Vitale, Jay.Global change
Air Quality
Air Purifier
721EASEL (Efficient, Accurate, Scalable Eukaryotic modeLs), a tool for improvement of eukaryotic genome annotationComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsWebster, Cynthia; Shrestha, Bikash; Zaman, Sumaira; Vuruputoor, Vidya; Bennett, Jeremy; Monyak, Daniel; Richter, Peter; Bhattarai, Akriti; Fetter, Karl; Wegrzyn, Jill.
148Easing the Transfer of Knowledge: A Herbarium Processing ToolkitBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationAckerfield, Jennifer; Yousse, Margo.Collections management
Specimen processing
Herbarium
147EcoFloras provide valuable insight into the use of iNaturalist dataBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationAckerfield, Jennifer; Lichtenberger, Taran; Davis, Jeny; Paradiso, Lydia.iNaturalist
community engagement
Citizen Science
Botanic gardens
337Ecophysiological explanations for spatial and temporal variations in autumnal coloration within the canopies of ornamental red maple (Acer rubrum ‘Armstrong’) and Freeman maple (Acer x freemanii)EcophysiologyMartin, Claire; Neufeld, Howard.
562Edaphic ecology in island-like systems—a case study in the Heuchera parviflora complexSystematicsPantinople, Dexcem; Siniscalchi, Carolina; Folk, Ryan.Heuchera parviflora
Phylogeography
Island-like systems
Edaphic
Refugia
530Effect of light intensity on thinleaf huckleberry (Vaccinium membranaceum Douglas ex Torr.) flavonoid biosynthesisComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsYin, Shuhan; Drummond, Chloe; Renner, Tanya.Huckleberry
Light
Flavonoid Biosynthesis
metabolomics
Transcriptomics
1330Effect of UV Light Through Greenhouse Glazing on the Growth and Reproduction of Annual Plant SpeciesRecent Topics PostersWinter, Madison; Culley, Theresa.Growth
Light
Greenhouse
1068Effects of alien and native neighbors on population growth are often positive, but differ between populations and species of closely related native plants varying in breeding systemEcologyLoomis, Alex.
792Effects of climate change on alpine plants and their pollinatorsThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsInouye, David.Pollination
alpine
climate change
pollinator
277Effects of climatic fluctuations and restricted gene flow on the fragmented distribution pattern of Tertiary relict conifer Pseudotaxus chienii (Taxaceae) revealed by chloroplast and nuclear markersBiogeographyLi, Ning; Su, Yingjuan; Wang, Ting.Pseudotaxus chienii
Phylogeography
ecological niche modelling
climatic fluctuations
gene flow
fragmented distribution pattern
1324Effects of Fire Frequency on Vegetation Diversity in Midwest Prairies and WoodlandsLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasHernandez, Tiany; Sandacz, Daniel; Vitt, Pati; Barak, Becky; Klick, Ken.Prairies
woodlands
fire
ecology
monitoring
plant diversity
28Effects of Inorganic Salt Solutions on Vigour, Viability, Oxidative Metabolism and Germination Enzymes in Aged Cabbage and Lettuce SeedsPhysiologyAdetunji, Ademola Emmanuel; Naidoo, Sershen; Varghese, Boby; Pammenter, Norman W..Controlled deterioration
Lipid peroxidation
Electrolysed and non-electrolysed inorganic ions
Germination
Vigour
406Effects of nitrogen and phosphorus addition on early regeneration and root shoot growth in hemiepiphytic and non-hemiepiphytic Ficus speciesEcophysiologyRong, Huang; Huang, Lanqing; Lei, Xiaozhou; Fang, Chuangwei; Castillo-Díaz, Diana; Chen, Huayang; Wen, Bin; Cao, Kun-Fang; Zhu, Shidan; Manage Goodale, Uromi.Early regeneration
Ficus
Nitrogen addition
Phosphorus addition
Root aging
Root complexity
Root shoot length ratio
924Effects of site preparation method on early plant establishment and soil characteristics in a small prairie meadowEcologySoper Gorden, Nicole; Roberts, Shaelyn.priaire
establishment
plant diversity
invasive species
Soil
small sites
meadow
703Effects of taxon sampling and shifts in mode of organellar inheritance on Gymnosperm phylogenyPhylogenomicsParadiso, Lydia.gymnosperm
organelle inheritance
taxon sampling
Pinaceae
106Effects of the Cutler Slough Rehydration on Tree Health Status within the Deering Estate at CutlerEcologyCastrillon, Katherine; Ross, Michael.species distributions
restoration
rehydration
tropical hardwood hammock
historical freshwater wetland
725Efficacy and impact of plant conservation community science projectsConservation BiologyFinch, Jessamine; Jasny, Micah; Kucera, Katherine; Kiefer, Gretel.volunteers
rare plants
Citizen Science
monitoring
877Embrapa Reference Collections for Genetic ResourcesBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationHeiden, Gustavo; Mazzocato, Ana Cristina; Lopes, Andrielle Camara Amaral; Carpanezii, Antonio Aparecido; Pires, Carmen Silvia Soares; Urbanetz, Catia; Gomes, Cesar Bauer; Fontes, Eliane Maria Gouveia; Fidelis, Elisangela Gomes; Souza, Fernanda Ilkiu Borges de; Souza, Helena Joseane Raiol; Silva, Lorena Mara Alexandre e; Kiil, Lucia Helena Piedade; Maués, Marcia Motta; Benito, Norton Polo; Carneiro, Regina Maria Dechechi; Xavier Junior, Sebatião Ribeiro; Noronha, Sérgio Eustáquio de; Rodrigues, Silvane Tavares; Cavalcanti, Taciana.Herbarium
Genebank
Atlantic Rainforest
Amazon
Caatinga
Cerrado
Pampas
Pantanal
139Emergence of gypsophily in Phacelia (Hydrophyllaceae)SystematicsBoissavy, Charles; Flores Olvera, Hilda; Ochoterena, Helga; Douglas, Norman; Moore, Michael.Phacelia
Hydrophyllaceae
Boraginales
phylogeny
gypsum
systematics
269Empowering Indigenous ways of knowing Serianthes: An environmental justice case study from GuåhanTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardDemeulenaere, Else; Ickert-Bond, Steffi.Pacific islands
traditional knowledge
Serianthes
1048Endangered botany: Evaluating trends in employed botanists to improve botanical career development and prospects in undergraduate studentsEducation and Outreach Parsley, Kathryn; Walsh, Lisa; Sidoti, Brian; McCartney, Melissa; Liu, Hong; Hove, Alisa; Callis-Duehl, Kris.Education
career development
801Energy allocation and senescence in the transition between annual and perennial populations of Draba albertinaComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsSipperly, Nicolette; Carlson, David; Tacatta, Jorgen; Davalos, Liliana; Bomblies, Kirsten.life history
Disposable soma
gene expression
454Engineering Plant-Microbe Interactions to Promote Host Health and ResilienceThe impact of climate change on plant physiology in natural and agricultural systemsMoroenyane, Itumeleng; Yergeaue, Etienne.Plant growth-promoting bacteria
plant-microbe interactions
agriculture
558Enigmatic Anatomy in LycopodsDevelopment and StructureSeago, James L; Mohamed, Kamal; Leasure, Breanna; Bonacorsi, Nikole.lycopods anatomy
708
Canceled
Enriched CO2 and Root-Associated Fungi (Mycorrhizae) Yield Inverse Effects on Plant Mass and Root Morphology in Six Asclepias Species
EcologyMalik, Rondy J; Bever, James.CO2
Asclepias
Environmental change
Root characteristics
915Environmental constraints on the geographic distribution of a lichen host and its putative parasiteEcologyCoyle, Jessica; Martin, Dante; Duan, Isabella; Liu, Eric; Miller, Jesse.lichen
biogeography
Species Distribution Model
endolichenic fungi
Host-parasite
Collections
Undergraduate Research
671Environment and geography drive diversification within the Amazon tree, Protium subserratumPhylogenomicsMisiewicz, Tracy.Amazon
speciation
Ecological divergence
soils
Tropical biodiversity
219Epidermal morphology of the subfamily Athrotaxoideae (Cupressaceae)Development and StructureGalan, Cesar O.; Andruchow Colombo, Ana; Gandolfo, Maria.Cupressaceae
Athrotaxoideae
Athrotaxis
Cuticle morphology
Epidermal morphology
Stomatal morphology 
83Estimating phenological sensitivity in contemporary vs. historical datasets: effects of climate resolution and spatial scaleEcologyWilson, Jillian Elyse; DeMarche, Megan; Zettlemoyer, Meredith.herbaria
climate change
alpine
field studies
first flowering day
growing degree days
observational study
phenological shifts
phenological sensitivity
 Silene acaulis
Undergraduate Research
794Ethical Harvesting, Traditional Gardens: Decolonizing Urban LandscapesTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardGalbreath, Silas TIkaan; Dewitt, Meda.Traditional Ecological Knowledge
community
Reciprocity
1293Ethnobiology of Peganum harmalaRecent Topics PostersBashir, Anbreen.Peganum
1294Ethnobiology of Peganum HarmalaRecent Topics PostersBashir, Anbreen.Peganum
1074Ethnobotany of Medicinal Plants Used by Eegun People in Badagry Local Government Area of Lagos State, NigeriaEthnobotanySharaibi, Olubunmi Josephine.ethnobotany
Medicinal Plants
Eegun people
Badagry
Lagos State
Nigeria
802Evaluating the Effects of a 40-year-old Land Use Plan on the Vegetation of Three Mile Island, Lake WinnipesaukeeEcologyDonnelly, Anna; Holland, Marjorie; McShane, Cole; Jolles, Diana.climate change
Diversity
ecology
Land Use Zones
New England
Island Ecology
140Evaluating trait-based generalizability of plant ecological conservatism to universally enable floristic quality assessmentsEcologyBried, Jason; Crisfield, Varina; Ficken, Cari; Allen, Brandon; Jog, Suneeti.plant traits
ecological sensitivity
bioassessment
ecography
53Evaluation of the early growth performance Bauhinia monandra, Delonix regia and Tetrapleura tetraptera (Leguminous Tree Species) in crude oil-contaminated soilEcophysiologyOyedeji, Ayodele; Besenyei, Lynn; Fullen, Michael.Crude oil
Contamination
Leguminous trees
Phytoremediation
Soil
491Evaluation of the Physiology and Root Morphology of Microgreens and Full-Term crops grown in Lunar and Martian regolith exposed to Lunar and Martian simulated gravityPhysiologyJohnson, Taylor S.; Lanier, Kira; Loureiro, Rafael.Astrobotany 
Partial gravity
Lunar regolith
Martian regolith
916Evidence for a consistent trade-off between response to drought and neighbors in grasslands along a precipitation gradientEcologyMount, Hailey; Laughlin, Daniel; Smith, Melinda; Atkins, Dave; Griffin-Nolan, Robert; Knapp, Alan; Collins, Scott.community ecology
low density population growth rates
drought
Competition
trade-off
513Evidence for relaxed selection on style length on an isolated, oceanic islandReproductive ProcessesYomai, Viann Marie; Williams, Joseph.pollen competition
Floral traits
Petal size
Style length
Island Ecology
Pacific islands
Pollination
breeding system
Allometry
553Evidence of admixture among hyperdominant rainforest tree species in the Parvifolia clade of EschweileraPhylogenomicsLarson, Drew; Vargas, Oscar; Dick, Christopher.phylogenomics
Lecythidaceae
Ericales
admixture
Neotropics
hybridization
introgression
Tropical biodiversity
targeted sequencing
260Evolution, Diversification, and Conservation Implications in the Pantropical Clade Barlerieae (Acanthaceae)SystematicsComito, Robert.Tropical Botany
systematics
ddradseq
Diversification
conservation
631Evolutionary and ecological influences on monocot leaf venation patternsPaleobotanyQuirk, Zack; Smith, Selena.paleobotany
vein density
VLA
monocot
211Evolutionary dynamics of leaf spectra: Influence of mycorrhizal associations on leaf spectra in a host evolutionary contextEcologyJantzen, Johanna; Carteron, Alexis; Laliberté, Etienne; Bruneau, Anne.Evolution
Mycorrhiza
Phylogenetic comparative methods
Spectranomics
Spectra
891Evolutionary dynamics of orchid mitogenomesComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsValencia-D., Janice; Neubig, Kurt.mitogenome
Evolution
Orchidaceae
Genome rearrangement
Horizontal Gene Transfer
388Evolutionary History of Caryophyllaceae Using DNA sequencesPhylogenomicsRees, Riley J.; Schenk, John.phylogeny
Caryophyllaceae
targeted sequencing
Floral Development
680Evolutionary shifts of the developmental genetic networks in Pilostyles boyacensis (Apodanthaceae), a Dalea (Fabaceae) holoparasiteDevelopment and StructureGonzalez, Favio; Gonzalez, Angie; Alzate, Juan F; Pabon Mora, Natalia.Parasitic
Apodanthaceae
Endoholoparasites
Fabaceae
pluripotency
Andean Flora
212Evolution of Asparagus: multiple origins of dioecy and sex chromosomesPhylogenomicsBentz, Philip; Carey, Sarah; Harkess, Alex; Leebens-Mack, Jim.comparative genomics
asparagus
asparagaceae
Monocots
Evolution
Dioecy
sex chromosomes
sex-determination
751Evolution of Cytonuclear Coordination in Tragopogon (Asteraceae) AllopolyploidsHybrids and HybridizationHussain, Sidra; Winter, David; Cox, Murray; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela; Tate, Jennifer.allopolyploidy
Cytonuclear interactions
RNA CaptureSeq
Tragopogon miscellus
886Evolution of flooding tolerance in maize relativesComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsDeb, Sontosh; Adhikari, Bishnu; Hofford, Nathaniel; MacNeill, Bryan; Motley, M'Kayla; McKain, Michael.climate change
flooding
gene expression
Root anatomy
Aerenchyma
Wild relatives
polyploidy
982Evolution of ginger-lilies: insights into the roles of mountains and monsoons in the botanical diversity of Indo-Malayan RealmBiogeographyAshokan, Ajith; Gowda, Vinita.Dormancy
Epiphytism
Historical biogeography
Island dwarfism
Malay Archipelago
Northeast India
Pleistocene
species complex
635Evolution of L-DOPA 4,5-dioxygenase reveals multiple origins of betalain pigmentation in CaryophyallesInnovation and Novelty in the Evolution of PlantsWalker-Hale, Nathanael; Guerrero-Rubio, M. Alejandra; Timoneda, Alfonso; Sheehan, Hester; Brockington, Samuel.
950Evolution of nuclear ribosomal DNA in Asclepias (milkweeds): Patterns of intragenomic polymorphisms and copy number variationPhylogenomicsBirkenholz, Jude; Fishbein, Mark; Straub, Shannon.ribosomal DNA
convergent evolution
phylogenomics
gene family
853Examination of the Reproductive Biology in Lilium formosanum Wallace (Liliaceae): Animal Visitation, Floral Phenology, and Floral Rewards in Monterey, TennesseeEcologyFink, Cassandra; Krosnick, Shawn.Lilium
Pollinators
reproductive biology
407Examining broad geographic patterns of Rhodohypoxis baurii (Baker) Nel. var. platypetala Hilliard & Burtt cytotypes in the Drakensberg, South AfricaBiogeographyMtileni, Masingitla; Glennon, Kelsey.Hypoxidaceae
Mountain grasslands endemic
Environmental distribution
polyploidy
940Examining the impact of abiotic factors on the characteristics of pollen loads in MO native plant-pollinator networksEcologyChristiansen, Madison; Krakos, Kyra Neipp.
629Examining the Role of Drought Adaptation in Determining the Distribution of Arctostaphylos SpeciesEcophysiologyBuehlman, Angela; Abbo, Tito; Morrison, Glen R; Huang, Yi; Santiago, Louis; Litt, Amy.Arctostaphylos
manzanita
functional traits
species distributions
1026Examining underlying pigments and evolutionary patterns of flower colour polymorphisms in HypoxidaceaePolymorphism - from morphology to interactionsGlennon, Kelsey; Mathura, Sadhna; Payne, Stephanie.flower color polymorphisms
Monocots
Star Grass
South Africa
292Examining volatile terpenoid diversity in cultivated sunflower vegetative and reproductive tissuesCrops and Wild RelativesMason, Chase; Bahmani, Keivan; Giguere, Madlyn; Dowell, Jordan.sunflower
terpenoid
phytochemistry
domestication
Diversity
biosynthesis
chemical defense
monoterpene
sesquiterpene
phenotypic integration
leaf
flower
GC-MS
591Expanding access to course based undergraduate research with digital natural history collectionsEducation and Outreach Johnson, Matthew; Bronson, Cecily; Krumm, Janice; Jordan, Carly.CURE
Herbarium
museum
Curriculum
course design
881Experimental validation of genetic offset predictions in the coniferous tree, red spruce (Picea rubens Sarg.)Population Genetics/GenomicsVerrico, Brittany; Capblancq, Thibaut; Keller, Stephen.Local adaptation
conifer
genotype-environment association
genetic offset
climate change
748Exploring adaptation and gene flow between Arabidopsis lyrata populations growing on serpentine and non-serpentine soilsMolecular EcologyHardy, Christopher; Klosinska, Maja.Serpentine
Arabidopsis lyrata
782Exploring conservation genetic methods for meta-collections of functionally extinct in the wild cycadsPopulation Genetics/GenomicsJones, Maia; Handley, Vanessa; Nagalingum, Nathalie.cycad
population genomics
conservation
ex situ living collection
1040Exploring evolutionary processes promoting adaptive divergence across populations of Hawaiian Chenopodium oahuense (Amaranthaceae)Population Genetics/GenomicsCantley, Jason; Bullock, Madison; Williams, Tanisha; Haase, Butch; Martine, Chris.hybridization
adaptation
population genetics
Hawaii
Incomplete Lineage Sorting
190Exploring nectary diversity in CleomaceaeDevelopment and StructureZenchyzen, Brandi; Martin, Jaymie; Weissner, Stacie; Lopushinsky, Ainsley; John, Ida; Nahal, Ishnoor; Hall, Jocelyn.Cleomaceae
Nectaries
Floral morphology
Floral anatomy
847Exploring the relationship between anthocyanin structure and function in plant-environment interactionsEcophysiologyHughes, Nicole Michelle; Wommack, Andrew; Lila, Mary Ann.Anthocyanin
Photoprotection
herbivory
chemotaxonomy
109Exploring the role of habitat fragmentation in Caryophyllaceae alpine-arctic plant evolutionMacroevolutionFeng, Keyi; Smith, Stephen.Caryophyllaceae
alpine
arctic
speciation rate
habitat fragmentation
673Exploring the structural variation and genome inheritance patterns using three generation red oak pedigreeComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsKapoor, Beant; Jenkins, Jerry; Schmutz, Jeremy; Zhebentyayeva, Tetyana; Kulheim, Carsten; Lasky, Jesse; Leites, Laura; Schlarbaum, Scott; Carlson, John E.; Staton, Margaret; Coggeshall, Mark; Romero-Severson, Jeanne; Islam-Faridi, Nurul.Northern red oak
Reference genome
Structural variation
Haplotype blocks
Recombination breakpoints
1029Exploring the succulent cell wall glycome: the link between cell wall biochemistry and succulenceMolecular EcologyFradera-Soler, Marc; Leverett, Alistair; Mravec, Jozef; Jørgensen, Bodil; Grace, Olwen.glycomics
cell walls
succulent plants
polysaccharides
drought resistance
173Exploring two mysteries of chromosomal evolution in plantsA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkRieseberg, Loren.Helianthus
Chromosomal Rearrangements
structural-changes
Inversions
366Explosive adaptive radiation of Bidens (Compositae) across the most isolated archipelagos in the worldA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkKnope, Matthew.Asteraceae
Hawaii
Evolution
ecology
phylogeny
genomics
phylogenomics
long distance dispersal
seed dispersal
Floral traits
new species
conservation
912Extreme Topography: New Tools for Survey, Inventory and Collection in Vertical Cliff HabitatsFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeNyberg, Ben.drone
cliff
Hawaii
630
Canceled
Factors affecting seed germination in manzanitas
Conservation BiologyTyler, Stephanie; Abbo, Tito; Parker, V. T.; Litt, Amy.Arctostaphylos
manzanita
Seed germination
fire
52Ferns and lycophytes in Honduras - collection bias, climate change and conservation issuesPteridologyBatke, Sven; Reyes, Johan David; Dallimore, Thom; Marcio, Pie.Ferns
climate change
Honduras
Tropics
1258Ferns at the extreme: the case of moonworts, grape-ferns and adder’s tongues of the family OphioglossaceaeFerns at the extreme: the case of moonworts, grape-ferns and adder’s tongues of the family OphioglossaceaeGrant, Jason; Farrar, Donald.
436Ferns on ferns: an exploration of low-trunk epiphytic fern gametophytes growing on tree ferns in TaiwanPteridologyQuinlan, Alexandria Shayne; Kuo, Li-Yaung; Hu, Jer-Ming.Cyatheaceae
tree ferns
epiphytes
gametophytes
multiplexed amplicon sequencing
tissue-direct PCR
relative humidity
trnL-F
464Filament curtains, didynamous stamens, asymmetric stigmas, and the evolution of reproductive floral whorls in Ruellia (Acanthaceae)MacroevolutionRose, Jeffrey; Manzitto-Tripp, Erin.Acanthaceae
Lamiales
Ruellia
floral evolution
breeding system
herkogamy
616Filling in the Gaps: Evaluating a Miocene Flora Near Anchor Point, Kenai Lowland, AlaskaPaleobotanyZaborac-Reed, Stephanie; Ickert-Bond, Steffi; Friend, Steve; Pigg, Kathleen.Miocene
paleobotany
Beluga Formation
Kenai Lowlands
Anchor Point
457Filling in the gaps: The genetic network of fruit development in Austrobaileya scandens and Illicium floridanum (Austrobaileyales)Development and StructureMendelson, Ellie; Zumajo, Cecilia; Ambrose, Barbara.Early diverging angiosperms
Fruit development
Genetic network
Evolution
800Finding common goals between Conservation Biology and Natural History CollectionsBiodiversity at the brink: leveraging herbaria for conservation!Ellwood, Elizabeth R.; Buschbom, Jutta; Freire-Fierro, Alina; Clark, Dina; Tancoff, Soledad; Atique, Usman; Mast, Austin.SPNHC
Collections
conservation biology
192Finding genes responsible for evolution of complex 3D leaf anatomy using tomographic microscopyEcophysiologyMuir, Christopher; Bonnin, Anne; Buckley, Thomas N; Conesa, Miquel À; Galmés, Jeroni; McKlin, Sam; Rippner, Devin A; Schmeltz, Margaux; Théroux-Rancourt, Guillaume.3D leaf complexity
Leaf carbon‐water exchange
Anatomy
Solanum
Stomata
QTL
X‐ray microcomputed tomography
645First look at Selenium-Induced Differential Transcriptomes in Alternaria astragaliMycology & PhycologyBeck, Zackariah; Oetken, Emma; Roehrs, Zachary; Martin, Gavin; Harrington, Sean; Wangeline, Ami.Selenium
Alternaria
Astragalus
Transriptome
Hyperaccumulation
Elemental defense
374First steps toward a comprehensive flora of Montserrat, West IndiesFloristics & TaxonomyMcClelland, Donald.flora
Montserrat
West Indies
Floristics
Checklist
Lesser Antilles
Caribbean
850Flavonoid expression in Vaccinium membranaceum Douglas ex Torr. leaves across gradients of latitude and elevationComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsDrummond, Chloe; Yin, Shuhan; Renner, Tanya.Flavonoid Biosynthesis
Huckleberry
Transcriptomics
Latitude
Elevation
Landscape Transcriptomics
1264Flipped elevational pattern in pollination mode in tropical vs temperate plantsLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasDellinger, Agnes; Hamilton, Ashley; Wessinger, Carolyn; Smith, Stacey.
895Floral adaptation to climate and pollinators during Silene diversification across two continentsMacroevolutionMiladin, Jenna; Steven, Janet; Collar, David.macroevolution
Pollination
 ecological niche modelling
Phylogenetic comparative methods
1354Floral betalain evolution in the sand verbenas, Abronia (Nyctaginaceae)Recent Topics PostersJaeger, Sierra; LoPresti, Eric; Foisy, Michael; Stessman, Madison; Darby, Addison.Abronia
betalains
Flower color
floral evolution
Pollination
65Floral longevity and the pollination gamble: know when to fold 'emAnnals of Botany Lecture - Rachel SpiglerSpigler, Rachel.Pollination
Floral longevity
Flower lifespan
Resource allocation
Phenotypic plasticity
Reproductive assurance
Evolutionary constraints
846Floral morphometrics reflect the repeated evolution of selfing in the genus Leavenworthia (Brassicaceae)Reproductive ProcessesSimpson, Kyle; Spalink, Daniel.breeding system
Brassicaceae
Leavenworthia
morphometrics
biogeography
reproductive biology
78Floral phenology, freezing tolerance and false springs in temperate forestsThe impact of climate change on plant physiology in natural and agricultural systemsSavage, Jessica; Bonfig, Max; Ray, Dustin; Vandenheuvel, Britton; Wear, Alexis.physiology
phenology
flowers
freezing tolerance
false springs
1071Floral scent changes in response to the removal of unscented pollen (Solanum sectionAndroceras)SystematicsMoore, Douglas; Farman, D.I.; Stevenson, P.C.; Vallejo-Marin, Mario.
396Floral traits limit pollinator assemblages and determine the visiting behavior of nectar specialist passerinesReproductive ProcessesLu, Jing-Yi; Ling, Shao-Jun; Ren, Ming-Xun; Ree, Richard.Pollination
Ornithophily
Hovering
Sunbirds
Floral traits
149Flora of the Santa Clara River Watershed, CaliforniaFloristics & TaxonomyMagney, David.Floristics
Santa Clara River watershed
Ventura County
Los Angeles County
species conservation
California
32Floristic survey of a regionally rare sand prairie-savanna wetscape in IllinoisFloristics & TaxonomyJog, Suneeti; Ketzner, Dave; Bried, Jason.floristic quality
taxonomic distinctness
beta diversity
wetlands
1002Flower colour polymorphism: Ecological drivers, evolutionary consequences, and what selection has to do with itPolymorphism - from morphology to interactionsSapir, Yuval.Phenotypic variation
Pollination
Genetic variation
non-pollinator agents of selection
pollinator-mediated selection
natural selection
508Foliar features associated with mammal herbivory in the PaleogenePaleobotanyDeVore, Melanie; Nyandwi, Alphonse; Uhawenimana, Pasteur; Eckardt, Winnie; van der Hoek, Yntze; Bizura, Elias; Pigg, Kathleen.herbivory
Plant Defenses
Okanagan Highlands
Virunga Mountains
Eocene
476Foraging behavior of Indian honeybee: Are bees specialists at an individual level?Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsDandavate, Rohan; S, Sandhya; Shrotri, Saket; Kaur, Sukhraj; Gowda, Vinita.Apis cerana indica
Floral Constancy
pollen
685Forecasting change for the Black Hills boreal relic species using Species Distribution ModelingConservation BiologyPuetz, Eric; Latvis, Maribeth.Species Distribution Modeling
Disjunct Species
Black Hills
boreal forest
climate change
555Forest plants amid overlapping landscape mosaics: land-use history and soils together shape native shrub communities in second-growth forestsEcologyHolmes, Marion; Whitacre, James; Bennion, Leland; Poteet, Jessica; Kuebbing, Sara.land-use history
shrubs
hamammelis virginiana
lindera benzoin
vaccinium pallidum
disturbance ecology
community assembly
859Formation, Establishment, and Persistence of Autopolyploid PopulationsEcologyGaynor, Michelle; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela; Ponciano, Jose Miguel.polyploidy
coexistence
matrix population model
whole genome duplication
471Fossil fruits, catkins and leaves of Alnus from the early Miocene of Inner Mongolia and its paleoecological implicationsPaleobotanyLiang, Lina; Hu, Yi; Xiao, Liang; Li, Xiangchuan.Miocene
Alnus
Hannuoba Formation
Betulaceae
fossil
741Fossilized Miocene midge galls from Washington and IdahoLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasMoses, Daniel.paleobotany
Paleoentomology
plant-insect ecology
975Fossil leaves and fruits of Acer from the Miocene in central Inner MongoliaPaleobotanyWang, Meiting; Xiao, Liang; Li, Xiangchuan; Liang, jiaqi; Ji, deshuang.Hannuoba Formation
Miocene
Acer
geographical distribution
535Fossil leaves of figs (Ficus L., Moraceae) with in-situ cuticles from the Pliocene of central VietnamPaleobotanyWang, Tengxiang; Huang, Jian; Liu, Jia; Van Do, Truong; Nguyen, Hung Ba; Su, Tao; Wilf, Peter.Ficus
Pliocene
Vietnam
fossil
Moraceae
Stomata
Southeast Asia
359Fossil Physocarpus (Ninebark) flowers and fruits from the Eocene of Republic, WashingtonLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasWeaver-Bryant, Annie; Pigg, Kathleen; DeVore, Melanie.Eocene
Republic
Physocarpus
131Fostering Community and Discovery with EcoFloraEducation and Outreach Ackerfield, Jennifer; Boom, Brian; Davis, Jeny; Gandy, Elizabeth; Holst, Bruce; Lichtenberger, Taran; Meluso, Anthony; Neale, Jennifer; Paradiso, Lydia; Patton, Sean; Sallen, Anastasia.Citizen Science
iNaturalist
community engagement
urban biodiversity
896Fostering important conversations about biocultural diversity by engaging children in the ludic world of readingEducation and Outreach Cortez, Maria Beatriz; Ribeiro de Jesus, Nanci; Rech, Andre; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.biocultural diversity
Education
campos rupestres
literature
sempre vivas
community-based conservation
96From basics to broader impacts: lessons learned from years of YouTubingEducation and Outreach Edwards, Molly.Outreach
Science communication
scicomm
YouTube
Science IRL
video
broader impacts
486From common gardens to candidate genes: exploring local adaptation to climate in red sprucePopulation Genetics/GenomicsCapblancq, Thibaut; Lachmuth, Susanne; Fitzpatrick, Matt; Keller, Stephen.Cliimate transfer distance
Genome scan
Exome
conifer
genotype-environment association
Local adaptation
Gradient Forest
RDA
1248From High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeFlores, Ana I.; Van De Verg, Scott.
580From leaves to lemmas: Examining patterns in floral bract macro- and micromorphology in Guadua (Poaceae: Bambusoideae: Bambuseae)SystematicsMcMurchie, Elizabeth; Crock, Josephine; Clark, Lynn.systematics
bamboo
micromorphology
Neotropics
Poaceae
Guadua
258From seeds to skulls: assessing the bioactivity of a Medici Archive recipeEthnobotanyWeiner, Peyton; Siegfried, Emma; Krakos, Kyra Neipp; Buchanan, Ashley.
939From seed to seedling: following the distribution and fates of piñon seedlings (P.edulis)EcologyMacias, Diana; Pockman, William.seed dispersal
seedling survival
1257From the backbone to diversification: unravelling the evolutionary history of EricalesFrom the backbone to diversification: unraveling the evolutionary history of EricalesSmith, Stephen; Goncalves, Deise; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas.
718From the coast to the mountains: extending phylogeographic analyses of coastal disjuncts in the Pacific Northwest to the alpine species Larix lyalii (Pinaceae)BiogeographyTurck, Daniel; Grossfurthner, Lukas P.; Sullivan, Jack; Tank, David.subalpine larch
Larix lyallii
Phylogeography
demographic modeling
Species Distribution Modeling
1327Functional characterization of genetic suppressors of symbiotic genes in the model legume Medicago truncatulaRecent Topics PostersVenkateshwaran, Muthu; Creanza, Joseph; Larsen, Garrett; Siragusa, Gregory; Lazar, Frank; Guddie, Jenna; Ané, Jean-Michel.legume-rhizobia symbiosis
symbiotic signaling
plant-microbe interactions
408Functional significance of anther cones in buzz-pollinated Solanum flowersReproductive ProcessesVallejo-Marin, Mario; Pereira Nunes, Carlos Eduardo; Russell, Avery L.; Woodrow, Charlie; Montealegre-Z, Fernando.Bees
buzz pollination
biomechanics
floral evolution
pollen
flower
Solanum
935Funding opportunities for research and training through the National Science FoundationBSA-WideFehlberg, Shannon.
599Fungal species help control populations of the invasive Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) in the southeast U.S.AEcologyFoy, Rebecca; Barrett, Craig; Huebner, Cynthia; Puppo, Pamela.invasive species
Japanese stiltgrass
Bipolaris
leaf-blight disease
disturbance
554Gain and loss of domains in the origin of DIV and RAD genesDevelopment and StructureSengupta, Aniket; Howarth, Dianella.DIVARICATA
RADIALIS
MYB genes
Algae
Duplication
843Gametophytes cloning and living free: exploring evolutionary consequences of plant life cycles with (SLiM) shadieReproductive ProcessesSorojsrisom, Elissa Suphapun; Haller, Benjamin; Ambrose, Barbara; Eaton, Deren.gametophyte
alternation of generations
simulation
life history
haploid selection
1046Gender disparity in plant naming: an analysis of women for whom plant genera were namedBotanical HistoryKnapp, Sandra; Gardiner, Lauren; Leachman, Siobhan; Lindon, Heather Lynn; Vincent, Sarah; Ulloa Ulloa, Carmen; von Mering, Sabine; Vorontsova, Maria.Diversity
nomenclature
generic names
women in science
880Genealogy turnover rates under the multispecies coalescent with recombinationSystematicsMcKenzie, Patrick; Eaton, Deren.Multispecies coalescent
Species tree
Genealogies
600Gene expression and functional analysis of SERF genes in Arabidopsis thaliana.Functional Genetics/GenomicsRosales Portillo, Miguel Angel; Ruiz-Medrano, Roberto; Xoconostle-Cazares, Beatriz; Calderon, Berenice; Vargas-Hernandez, Brenda.Phloem
SERF
arabidopsis
101Gene expression patterns between gametophyte and sporophyte life phases and the genetic forces that drive sex determination in fernsPteridologyKim, Emily; Pelosi, Jessie; Barbazuk, W. Brad; Sessa, Emily.gametophyte
sporophyte
Transcriptomics
fern
alternative splicing
460Gene family expansion and expression divergence in two closely-related Yucca speciesFunctional Genetics/GenomicsField, Richard; Heyduk, Karolina; Leebens-Mack, Jim.genetics
phylogenomics
genomics
gene expression
Evolution
872Generación de variedades poliploides mejoradas de Coffea spHybrids and HybridizationBautista Lopez, Kevin Jesus; Xoconostle Cazares, Beatriz; Ruiz Medrano, Roberto; Calderón Pérez, Berenice; Núñez Muñoz, Leandro Alberto.polyploidy
hybridization
222Generalist vs Specialist Pollination in Color Variants of Phlox paniculataReproductive Processes, Rida Sait; Krakos, Kyra Neipp.Phlox paniculata
Color variants 
Generalists vs Specialists 
832General Trends in Species Richness, Evenness and Diversity from Three Mile Island, Lake Winnipesaukee, New HampshireEcologyMcShane, Cole; Donnelly, Anna; Holland, Marjorie; Jolles, Diana.climate change
community ecology
Island Ecology
long term
New England
recreation
succession
240Generating transcriptome data to reveal genetic mechanisms of floral traits in multiple species of Calochortus (Liliaceae)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsLandis, Jacob; Hernandez, Adriana; Tribble, Carrie; Eifler, Evan; Givnish, Thomas; Strickler, Susan; Specht, Chelsea.Calochortus
Nanopore
transcriptome
functional traits
comparative transcriptomics
823Generation of new genetic variants of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) and pepper (Capsicum spp.)Hybrids and HybridizationObando González, Rosa Irma; Ruiz Medrano, Roberto; Calderón Pérez, Berenice; Núñez Muñoz, Leandro Alberto; Xoconostle Cázares, Beatriz.polyploidy
hybridization
hybrid
tomato
pepper
754Generation time differences amplify concatenation bias in phylogenetic inferencePhylogenomicsAu, Scarlet; McKenzie, Patrick; Eaton, Deren.multispecies coalescent (MSC)
concatenation
generation times
phylogenetic inference
154Generic level relationships, reticulation and whole-genome duplication in TheaceaeFrom the backbone to diversification: unraveling the evolutionary history of EricalesZhang, Qiong; Folk, Ryan; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela; Yu, Xiangqin.Theaceae
phylogenetic network
transcriptome
nuclear DNA
molecular dating
whole-genome duplication
275Genetic and epigenetic architecture of Pseudotaxus chienii yield novel insights into adaptive responses to heterogeneous environmentPopulation Genetics/GenomicsSu, Yingjuan; Lv, Zhuyan; Wang, Ting.Pseudotaxus chienii
(epi)genetic architecture
ecological adaptation
1054Genetic diversity and population structure of native potatoes from Huancavelica, Peru by SSR markersCrops and Wild RelativesMontalvo-Olivo, Jorge; Valderrama-Pacho, Virgilio; Sanchez-Onofre, Arcadio; Ricaldi-Sarapura, Joseph; Arbizu, Carlos I..SSR
germplasm
Andean region
Solanum
733Genetic Diversity and Spatial Genetic Structure of Guzmania monostachia (Bromeliaceae) in FloridaLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasKrupar, Shelby; Godden, Grant; Childs, Kevin; Cellinese, Nico.Bromeliaceae
genome assembly
population genomics
genome resequencing
phylogenomics
404Genetic diversity and the population structure in Clausena excavata (Rutaceae)Population Genetics/GenomicsYun, Narae; Lee, Yoonkyung; Paik, Jin-Hyub; Yi, Dong-Keun; Eum, Sang Mi; Choi, Sangho.Genetic diversity
SSR
Clausena excavata
population genetics
population biology
463Genetic diversity of European holly (Ilex aquifolium) in the German AlpsPopulation Genetics/GenomicsShigita, Gentaro; Ortiz, Edgardo M.; Gibis, Florian M.; Kastner, Toni; Hoewener, Alina; Ewald, Joerg; Schaefer, Hanno.Alps
Aquifoliaceae
biogeography
Genetic diversity
holly
Ilex
intraspecific variation
996Genetic diversity pattern reveals drivers of burcucumber (Sicyos angulatus L.) invasion in South KoreaPopulation Genetics/GenomicsLee, Soo-Rang; Son, Dong-Chan; Jo, Yeong-Seok.
711Genetic edition of Citrus aurantium for the generation of resistance to Huanglongbing disease (HLB)Functional Genetics/GenomicsDominguez Fernandez, Yoatzin Guadalupe; Ruiz Medrano, Roberto; Calderon Perez , Berenice ; Vargas Hernandez , Brenda ; Leandro Alberto, Nuñez Muñoz ; Xoconostle Cazares, Beatriz.CRISPR/Cas9
sour orange 
Huanglongbing (HLB)
Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus
defensin
CsPP16
586Genetic evaluation of the critically endangered woody species, Gardenia brighamii and hybridization with ornamental Gardenia tahitensis in the Hawaiian IslandsConservation BiologyBridgens, Rachel; Philpott, Megan; Culley, Theresa; Pence, Valerie; Ching, Susan.conservation
hybridization
genetics
Genetic diversity
331Genetic mechanisms underlying the convergent evolution of pollination syndromes in the Neotropical radiation of Costus LMacroevolutionSpecht, Chelsea; Landis, Jacob; Valderrama, Eugenio; Andre, Thiago; Skinner, David; Maas, Paul J.M.; Maas-van de Kamer, Hiltje; Almeida, Ana Maria.Costaceae
Zingiberales
Pollination syndrome
selection
floral evolution
genetic mechanisms
correlated trait evolution
Costus L.
194Genetic Resources of RET Medicinal Plant Species in India: Distribution, Diversity and ConservationConservation BiologyKhadia, Satishkumar.endangered species
rare plants
conservation
276Genetic structure, local adaptation, and demographic history of Cephalotaxus oliveri based on population transcriptomic sequencingPopulation Genetics/GenomicsLiu, Hanjing; Su, Yingjuan; Wang, Ting. Cephalotaxus oliveri
Population transcriptome
Genetic differentiation
Local adaptation
Demographic history
Ecological niche model
295Genetic structure of circumboreal peatmosses within the Sphagnum capillifolium complex (Bryophyta: Sphagnaceae)Bryophytes and Lichens on the Edges of Changing EcosystemsImwattana, Karn; Shaw, Jonathan.Sphagnum
STRUCTURE
glacial refugia
293Genetic Variation in Ontogenetic Patterns in Leaf Anatomical Traits in a Long-Term Field ExperimentDevelopment and StructureBonn-Savage, McKenna Allison; Muir, Christopher; Barton, Kasey.Ontogeny
Stomata
Betula pendula
1039Genetic variation in vegetative phase change alters plant response to abiotic stressDevelopment and StructureLawrence, Erica; Lasky, Jesse.Vegetative phase change
Abiotic stress
vegetative traits
Development
Genetic variation
701Genome–Environment Associations Enlighten Evolutionary Adaptive PotentialCrops and Wild RelativesCortés, Andrés; López-Hernández, Felipe; Blair, Matthew W..
1072Genome-wide redistribution, setting of 24-nt siRNAs in rice gametes and subsequent resetting of the 24-nt siRNA landscape in rice zygotesFunctional Genetics/GenomicsRussell, Scott; Li, Chenxin; Xu, Hengping; Fu, Hong; Fu, Fang-Fang; Gent, Jonathan; Sundaresan, Venkatesan.
1049Genomic and Biogeographical Analysis of EleusineLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasOwoyemi, Adekola; Goertzen, Leslie.Eleusine
Eleusine coracana
Structural variation
Africa
geographical distribution
Maxent 
199Genomic characterization of wild sugarcane (Saccharum spontaneum) in the southeastern United StatesCrops and Wild RelativesBellis, Emily; Hughes, Steven C.; Lucardi, Rima D.; Marsico, Travis D..invasive species
Federal Noxious Weed
416Genomics of polyploid adaptation and formation in Siberian Arabidopsis lyrataPopulation Genetics/GenomicsScott, Alison; Kolesnikova, Uliana; Novikova, Polina.polyploid
whole genome duplication
siberia
meiosis
arabidopsis
1053Genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS) reveals the genetic diversity and population structure of a Peruvian collection of beans (Phaseolus vulgaris, Fabaceae)Crops and Wild RelativesArbizu, Carlos I.; Ferro-Mauricio, Rubén; Saravia-Navarro, David; Chavez-Galarza, Julio; Camarena, Felix; Carrillo, Fredesvinda; Amasifuen Guerra, Carlos; Guerrero-Abad, Juan C..beans
germplasm
GBS
Genetic resources
890Geographic variation in phenotypic plasticity of Hoppner’s sedge, Carex subspathaceaEcologyHarritt, Iris Cato; Takebayashi, Naoki; Wolf, Diana; Flint, Paul; Ruess, Roger.Carex
Geese
Phenotypic plasticity
Grazing Dynamics
climate change
71Getting to the "root" of the problem: increase plant science appreciation while improving student confidence and achievementLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasBrzyski, Jessica; McAllister, Nicole; Rosier, Renee.
643GIS Spatial Analysis and Habitat Suitability Modeling Using Remote Sensing Data to Help Identify At-risk Populations of US Carolina Coastal Plain Endemic Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula)BiogeographyCaruso, Kathryn; Lampley, Jayne; Rock, Monika; Siddhi, Ashna; Zhu, Seamore; Randall, John L.; Waitt, Damon; Weakley, Alan; Payne, Sarah; Madden, Marguerite.Species Distribution Modeling
remote sensing
conservation
native species
Endemic Species
Coastal Plain
Ecological Forecasting
threatened species
carnivorous plant
611Global phylogenetic, functional, and taxonomic beta-diversity in Carex is mostly driven by climate: implications for a megadiverse genus in a changing worldBiogeographySpalink, Daniel.turnover
Community Phylogenetics
general dissimilarity modeling
distribution modeling
climate change
functional traits
phylogenetic diversity
Cyperaceae
Carex
294Goldenrod herbariomics: Hybrid-sequence capture reveals the phylogeny of Solidago (Asteraceae)PhylogenomicsBeck, James; McMinn-Sauder, Harper; Stover, Melissa; Lemmon, Alan; Lemmon, Emily; Semple, John.Anchored Hybrid Enrichment
Chrysoma
herbarium specimens
North America
Solidago
phylogenomics
Oligoneuron
polyploidy
757Grafted grapevine microbiota varies across space, time, and scion/rootstock combinationsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsSwift, Joel; Migicovsky, Zoë; Trello, Grace; Miller, Allison.Grapevine
Microbiome
Microbiota
Grafting
Rootstock
Scion
107GreenMaps: a Tool for Addressing the Wallacean Shortfall in the Global Distribution of PlantsBiogeographyDaru, Barnabas.Citizen Science
Plant Biogeography
Species Distribution Modeling
Vascular Plants
1052Grow and then Show: understanding inducible phenotypes in solanum lycopersicum through transcriptomic analysisComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsQuinchiguango Archuleta, Inti.
901Growing potatoes (and other crops) on Mars: Piloting a collaboration and problem-solving assignment in an interdisciplinary "Science and Science Fiction" classEducation and Outreach Soper Gorden, Nicole; Pierce, Joanna; Carter, Lucia; Cessna, Beth; Mickey, Shane; Spencer, Kelly.Education
teaching
Interdisciplinary
Problem-solving
collaboration
Pedagogy
785Growing the botanical foundation for crop development: using plant color profiles to predict plant species, population and performance in the fieldDevelopment and StructureRubin, Matthew; Juan, Alexander; DeHaan, Lee; Schlautman, Brandon; Van Tassel, David; Miller, Allison.Perennial agriculture
HSV color profiles
Phenotypic variation
trait-trait relationship
990Habitat and life history divergence between sympatric populations of the Seep Monkeyflower complex (Erythranthe guttata)EcologyZell, Anne; Grossenbacher, Dena.life history
Serpentine
plant traits
reproductive biology
997
Canceled
Haenke, Lewis, and their befuddling Berberis
Floristics & TaxonomyWright, Alexander; Roalson, Eric.Berberis
Mahonia
Berberidaceae
Taxonomy 
History
1076Has leaf anatomical variation facilitated ecological adaptation in Mentzelia?Development and StructureAltman, Mekenzie; Schenk, John.Mentzelia
Loasaceae
Deserts
SW Deserts
Leaf anatomy
Kranz anatomy
1042HD-AGP genes evolve rapidly and have roles in both reproductive and vascular developmentDevelopment and StructureSingh-Cundy, Anu.gene expression
HD-AGP gene
vascular tissues
Gene evolution
220he Buffalograss-Salmacisia pathosystem as a potential driving force for dioecious host sex evolutionMacroevolutionTaylor, Anthony; Sheltra, Matthew; Huff, David.Dioecy
Evolution
Sex
Parastite
Parasitic
Buffalograss
Fungi
Fungus
Host-parasite
Red Queen Hypothesis
Dioecious
Induced Hermaphroditism
662Heading for a breakdown: Assessing evolution through the hybridization of two sexual systemsHybrids and HybridizationZizis, Diamanda; Martine, Chris; Williams, Tanisha.Solanum
Solanaceae
hybrids
hybridization
Australia
Dioecious
andromonoecious
morphometrics
reproductive biology
69Herbaceous lycophtytes of the Early Cretaceous Apple Bay assemblage, Vancouver Island, British Columbia,, CanadaPaleobotanyRothwell, Gar; Stockey, Ruth.Anatomy
Lycopodiales
Lycopodicaulis
Selaginella
Selaginellales
Early Cretaceous
865Herbaria uses in ecosystem health assessments: Impacts of land use and climate change on flora in the Guadalupe Mountains over 50 yearsConservation BiologyBullock, Madison; Slimp, Madeline; Hale, Haley; Coker, Cassidy; Bailey, Zachary; Johnson, Matt.herbaria
Guadalupe Mountains
climate change
ecosystem health
Angiosperms353
stomatal density
16Herbariomics-based biodiversity research: from specimen to phylogenyConference WideCai, Liming; Davis, Charles.
545Herbarium accessions for temporal studies of adaptation to climate in Arabidopsis thalianaPopulation Genetics/GenomicsLopez Perez, Lua; Lang, Patricia; Marciniak, Stephanie; Kistler, Logan; McKay, John; Burbano, Hernan; Perry, George; Lasky, Jesse.adaptation
genomics
herbaria
climate change
958Herbarium specimens and citizen science data reveal shorter flowering duration over time in spring, but not fall, blooming plantsEcologyGuralnick, Robert.phenology
Environmental change
Citizen Science
Herbarium
flowering
778Herbivory and plant polyploidy: How population dynamics of both partners change after whole-genome duplicationEcologyAssour, Hannah; Turcotte, Martin; Ashman, Tia-Lynn.polyploidy
Autopolyploid
whole-genome duplication
relative growth rate
functional traits
duckweed
49Here we go again (and again): repeated rounds of polyploidy and biased gene retention in fernsPteridologyPelosi, Jessie; Kim, Emily; Barbazuk, W. Brad; Sessa, Emily.fern
transcriptome
phylogenetics
polyploidy
whole genome duplication
biased gene retention 
116Hidden in plain sight: genetic basis and dual adaptive role of ultraviolet floral patterns in sunflowersMolecular EcologyTodesco, Marco; Bercovich, Natalia; Kim, Amy; Imerovski, Ivana; Gregory, Owens; Dorado Ruiz, Oscar; Holalu, Srinidhi; Madilao, Lufiani; Jahani, Mojtaba; Légaré, Jean-Sébastien; Blackman, Benjamin; Rieseberg, Loren.adaptation
Evolutionary biology
Pollinators
UV pigments
Abiotic stress
Functional genomics
MYB transcription factors
sunflower
Compositae
Wild relatives
Arabidopsis thaliana
Flower colour
GWAS
GEA
305High-molecular-weight DNA extraction for sequencing plant genomes – an optimization of standard methodsPhylogenomicsKang, Myeongbo; Chanderbali, Andre; Lee, Seungyeon; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Kim, Sangtae.DNA extraction
genomic DNA
high molecular weight DNA
plant DNA
1319
Canceled
High-throughput 3D pitcher plant phenotyping for QTL mapping
Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasBaldwin, Ethan; Leebens-Mack, Jim.carnivory
Phenotype
Phenotyping
QTL
807Hijacking a metagenomic strategy for rapid comparative subgenomics for polyploids and their progenitorsComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsReynolds, Gillian; Mumey, Brendan; Strnadova-Neeley, Veronika; Lachowiec, Jennifer.genomics
polyploidy
bioinformatics
70Historical biogeography of Caribbean endemic plants: insight from dated phylogenetic trees contributes to paleogeography of the regionBiogeographyRoncal, Julissa; Nieto-Blazquez, Maria Esther; Cardona, Agustin; Bacon, Christine.colonization
divergence time
endemic flora
GAARlandia
in situ speciation
time-for-speciation
vicariance
West Indies
1309Host Tree Preferences and Mycorrhizal Associations of Guam’s Native Epiphytic OrchidsRecent Topics PostersFernandez, Michael Angelo P.; Marutani, Mari.Orchidaceae
Mycorrhizae
Host Tree
Island Ecology
Guam
1055How can culture, population genomics, and environmental DNA integrate to help us better manage the environment?Conservation BiologyMeyer, Rachel.eDNA
Biodiversity
landscape genomics
Citizen Science
natural resources
management
culture
297How does simultaneous warming affect plants and pollinators?The impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsRafferty, Nicole; de Manincor, Natasha; Fisogni, Alessandro.phenology
climate change
phenological mismatch
pollinator
bee
Pollination
763How does stomatal anatomy influence leaf conductance from minimum to maximum? Causal relationships and meta-analysisPhysiologyOchoa, Marissa E; Sack, Lawren; Buckley, Thomas N; Henry, Christian; Medeiros, Camila; Pan, Ruihua; John, GRACE PATRICIA.physiology
minimum cuticular conductance
Oaks
gmin
Stomata
537How does the level of pollination specialization affect the evolution of flower shape?MacroevolutionJoly, Simon; Faure, Julie; Martén-Rodríguez, Silvana; Clark, John L..Pollinators
morphometry
Geometric Morphometrics
Phylogenetic comparative methods
Gesneriaceae
Generalists
739How do sampling methods impact our understanding of mating system distribution in angiosperms?Reproductive ProcessesMeyer, Elena; Eckert, Andrew.selfing
mating systems
reproductive biology
self-fertilization
sampling bias
mixed mating
145How high are the bugs? The vertical distribution of foliar herbivory rates in Quercus humboldtii (Andean oaks) in relation to canopy height and elevationEcologyWu, Yingtong; Henderson, David.herbivory
plant ecology
canopy ecology
vertical stratification
461How many Neotropical woody bamboos are there?Floristics & TaxonomyTyrrell, Christopher; Ruiz-Sanchez, Eduardo; Londono, Ximena; Oliveira, Reyjane P.; Clark, Lynn.bamboo
Taxonomy 
Diversity
species distributions
39How Weeds Affect Insects in Mango, Mangifera indica, Cultivation of South FloridaEcologyKleiman, Blaire.agriculture
insects
weeds
plant-insect ecology
309Huperzia (Huperziaceae, lycophytes) diversified in the shadow of the ice ages: The first steps to understanding the H. selago group cytotype and spore variabilityFloristics & TaxonomyVejvodova, Katerina; Ekrt, Libor; Krejčí, Joel; Koutecký, Petr; Lučanová, Magdalena; Hornych, Ondrej.Lycopods
Huperzia
flow cytometry
genome size
ploidy diversity
cytogeography
spores
chromosomes
345Hurricane effects on restored seagrass corridors in TexasEcophysiologySchwarz, Arthur; Thorhaug, Anitra; Berlyn, Graeme.Seagrass shoaling
seagrass restoration
Seagrass stabilization of shorelines
Halodule wrightii stabilization of shorelines
Halodule wrightii restoration shorelines Texas 
1424Hybrid genome sequencing to reveal genomic evolution associated with different environmental niches in GrassesRecent Topics PostersZhou, Wenbin; Foster, Bryn; Fierro, Carolina Elizabeth Armijos ; Milling, Hugo Valdebenito ; Proaño, María De Lourdes Torres ; Jones, Corbin; Jones, Alan.
790Hybridization, polyploidization and their effect on phenotype in Big Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata)Hybrids and HybridizationGrossfurthner, Lukas P.; Hohenlohe, Paul; Waits, Lisette; Richardson, Bryce.Artemisia tridentata
hybridization
polyploidy
heteroploid dataset
ddradseq
79Hybridization in Octoploid FragariaPhylogenomicsMortimer, Sebastian; Ashman, Tia-Lynn; Liston, Aaron.WGS
Fragaria
hybridization
247Hyperspectral Imaging to Measure Degree of Stress in Wild Four O'Clock (Mirabilis nyctaginea, Nyctaginaceae)PhysiologySmeenk, Annika; Crum, Alexandra; Radford, Zachary; Yang, Ya.time course
hyperspectral imaging
Metabolite Analysis
multi-omics
stress experiments
high light
Co-expression network
Caryophyllales
Anthocyanin
Silene Latifolia
HPLC
627Identification of Ni tolerance and low Ca tolerance QTL in Caulanthus amplexicaulisComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsGarza, Elyssa; Daundasekara, Kasuni; Pepper, Alan.Abiotic stress
metal
Nickel
genome
Brassicaceae
low calcium
Serpentine
512Identification of phenotypic plasticity in common garden Cercis canadensis.Floristics & TaxonomyHughes, Caitlyn; McNair, Mason C; Leebens-Mack, Jim.morphometrics
systematics
herbariomics
common garden
647Identification of Potential Gypsum Tolerance Candidate Loci using ddRADseq of Nama stevensii (Boraginaceae) and Phacelia integrifolia (Hydrophyllaceae)Molecular EcologyMessick, Jennifer.
710Identification of variants in whole genome sequencing data of a Peruvian landrace of Capsicum chinense, arnaucho chile pepperPopulation Genetics/GenomicsEstrada, Richard; Saldaña, Carla L.; Salazar, Wilian; Contreras-Liza, Sergio; Guerrero-Abad, Juan C.; Vásquez, Héctor V.; Maicelo, Jorge L.; Arbizu, Carlos I..Solanaceae
NGS
genomics
DNA
germplasm
707Identifying and Classifying Potential Disease Resistance Genes in White PinesComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsBhattarai, Akriti; Wegrzyn, Jill.Transcriptomics
disease resistance
233Identifying and preventing plant extinction events: The critical role of herbariaBiodiversity at the brink: leveraging herbaria for conservation!Knapp, Wesley.extinction
conservation
single-site endemics 
in situ
ex situ
862Identifying a QTL for fluridone resistance in Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) using an F1 cross and low coverage whole genome sequencingFunctional Genetics/GenomicsChorak, Gregory; Clevenger, Josh; Harkess, Alex; Thum, Ryan.Herbicide
genomics
Aquatic plants
475
Canceled
Identifying Microbes that Improve Growth of Biofuel Crop Switchgrass
Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsCunic, Lille.plant-microbe
biofuels
498Identifying serpentine adaptation genes by tracing evolutionary-genomic history of Streptanthus, Caulanthus, and their allied genera (Brassicaceae) PhylogenomicsDaundasekara, Kasuni; Garza, Elyssa; Pepper, Alan.Brassicaceae
Serpentine
hybridization
phylogenomics
candidate genes
1302Imaging the diversity of the partner dance within the lichen symbiosisLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasScharnagl, Klara.lichen
Symbiosis
microscopy
944Impact of Calcium concentration on spore germination of ferns with different soil preferencesPteridologyFlores-Galván, Catalina; Mata-Rosas, Martín; Márquez-Guzmán, Judith; Watkins, James; Mehltreter, Klaus.in-vitro germination
Ferns
limestone
volcanic/igneous
gametophytes
sporophytes
1352Impact of Greenhouse Glazing and UV Light Transmission on the Growth and Reproduction of Helianthus annuusLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasWinter, Madison; Culley, Theresa.UV Light
Plant Growth
Reproduction
608Impact of invasion by annual grasses on mycorrhizal inoculation potential in a grassland ecosystemSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsSullivan, Alexis; Bunn, Rebecca; Cheeke, Tanya.arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
inocula
non-native species
native species
invasive species
grasslands
Palouse Prairie
restoration
plant-soil interactions
752Impact of maternal plant environment, population size, seed maturity, and maternal provisioning on ex situ seed bank longevity of a coastal endemic over 30+ yearsConservation BiologyFinch, Jessamine; Hays, Chloe; LoCascio, George; Piantedosi, Michael.endemic flora
seed banking
ex situ living collection
seed viability test
Seed germination
Orobanchaceae
hemiparasite
maternal effects
291Impacts of allopolyploidy on gene expression in Nicotiana section RepandaeComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsOstovar, Talieh; Landis, Jacob; McCarthy, Elizabeth; Stajich, Jason; Waters, Elizabeth; Litt, Amy.Nicotiana
allopolyploidy
comparative transcriptomics
hybrids
354IMPACTS OF NEEDLE AGE AND TREE ARCHITECTURE ON PHOTOSYNTHETIC PHYSIOLOGY OF FRASER FIR (Abies fraseri) CHRISTMAS TREESPhysiologyHull, Ashley; Neufeld, Howard.physiology
agriculture
Trees
Fir
Fraser fir
high altitude plant
climate change
Endemic Species
Commercial
photosynthesis
Needle Age
Tree Architecture
238Implications of breeding system variation on pollinator community and efficacy in the genus TriodanisSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsTillotson, Kate; Lukavsky, Sarah; Weber, Jenn.Pollination
breeding system
Cleistogamy
157Implications of plant communities based on palynomorphs from three Early Oligocene Forest Hill Formation sites, Mississippi, U.S.APaleobotanyBaghai-Riding, Nina; Hotton, Carol; Starnes, James (Jim); Leard, Jonathan; Axsmith, Brian.
431Improving Ecological Niche Modeling: Comparing Methods of Spatial and Climatic Rarefaction on Geographically Restricted and Widespread Species of Asclepias (Apocynaceae)Biodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationKunkel, David; Fishbein, Mark.Ecological niche model
rarefaction
data filtering
Asclepias
spatial data
118Improving the floral traits of Gazania rigens (L.) Gaertn. by BioinoculantsFloristics & TaxonomySaini, Ishan.Mycorrhiza
flowers
Morphological Parameters 
Biochemical analysis
595Incidence of secondary sex characteristics in a native sex-changing tree speciesReproductive ProcessesThomas, Olivia; Johnson, Hayla; Blake-Mahmud, Jennifer.sex expression
sexual dimorphism 
acer
ecophysiology
sex-determination
279Incorporating Phased Alleles to Reconstruct a Recent and Rapid Radiation in Schiedea (Caryophyllaceae)PhylogenomicsLoke, Elena; McDonnell, Angela; Moore, Michael; Sakai, Ann; Skogen, Krissa; Wagner, Warren; Weller, Stephen; Weisenberger, Lauren; Wickett, Norman.Schiedea
Hawaiian Islands
HybSeq
Target Enrichment
Alleles
Incomplete Lineage Sorting
Carophyllaceae
Radiation
770
Canceled
Increasing genomic coverage in GBS libraries with separate digests using multiple enzyme combinations
Functional Genetics/GenomicsBaldwin, Ethan; Leebens-Mack, Jim; Alabady, Magdy.GBS
genotyping
QTL
422Indigenous Knowledge Systems & Genomics: Insights from a collaboration aiming to understand how the Martu’s foraging practices aid in the distribution and diversity of a staple food source across the Western Australian desertPopulation Genetics/GenomicsWilliams, Tanisha; Heim, Jeffrey; McGuire, Chloe; Wrobleski, Amy; Bliege Bird, Rebecca; Martine, Chris.Solanum
Solanaceae
ethnobotany
Australia
Martu
Biodiversity
population genetics
Traditional Ecological Knowledge
674Indigenous representation in pedagogy: my journey in place-based learning, DEI, and self-reflectionPaths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgeSmith, Selena.Undergraduate teaching
representation
Diversity
509Inference of developmental trajectories from single-cell sequencing dataComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsShushkov, Philip.Transcriptomics
cell type
developmental trajectory
xylem
Phloem
970Influence of metapopulation dynamics on genetic structure: Case study of the endangered and exceptional species Amorphophallus titanumConservation BiologyMurrell, Olivia; Diaz-Martin, Zoe; Havens, Kayri; Kramer, Andrea; Fant, Jeremie B.ex situ living collections
Genetic diversity
population genetics
metapopulation dynamics
Amorphophallus titanum
next generation sequencing
440Influence of seasonal flooding on plant reproductive phenology on Buck Island Wildlife Management Area, a Lower Mississippi River islandEcologySims, Caity; McCartha, Grace; Kosnik, Brendan; Mathew, Jones; Benton, Ben; Mangan, Scott; Marsico, Travis D..phenology
flooding
riparian
746Informing management goals using ancestry probability surfaces: a case study with Graham’s beardtongue (Penstemon grahamii) in Uinta Basin, Utah, USAConservation BiologyMassatti, Rob; Winkler, Daniel; Jones, Matthew.POPMAPS
Penstemon
population genetics
genomics
demographic modeling
landscape genetics
579Infra-family relationships within Ophioglossaceae resolved with chloroplast and mitochondrial phylogenomicsFerns at the extreme: the case of moonworts, grape-ferns and adder’s tongues of the family OphioglossaceaeKoubínová, Darina; Kuo, Li-Yaung; Grant, Jason.genome skimming
Ophioglossaceae
plastome
mitogenome
phylogenomics
coding sequence
1261Innovation and Novelty in the Evolution of PlantsInnovation and Novelty in the Evolution of PlantsParins Fukuchi, Caroline Tomomi; Beaulieu, Jeremy.
652Insights From a Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience on Florida Plants and Climate ChangeEducation and Outreach Mabry, Makenzie; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.CURE
Ecological niche model
Digitized Biocollections
344Insights into plant cell identity from single-cell transcriptome profilingDevelopment and StructureNikolov, Lachezar.cell type
Tabula Floris
Floral anatomy
584Integrated adaptations to moisture supply and cross-over in whole-plant growth among Eucalyptus species along an Australian rainfall gradientEcophysiologySmith, Duncan; Adams, Mark; Salvi, Amanda; Buckley, Thomas N; Ané, Cécile; McCulloh, Katherine; Givnish, Thomas.adaptive crossover
trait-environment relationship
trait-trait relationship
trait evolution
Phenotypic plasticity
species distributions
relative moisture supply
photosynthesis
hydraulics
allocation
1043Integrated physiological response by four red algae species and analysis of benthic community structure across an environmental gradient of tidally-driven submarine groundwater discharge conditionsFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeGibson, Veronica; Smith, Celia.osmotic relations
ecohydrology
environmental gradient
macroalgae
ecophysiology
nutrient pollution
groundwater
submarine
774Integrating cryptogams into the biodiversity universe: An evidence-based standards and practices frameworkBryophytes and Lichens on the Edges of Changing EcosystemsLendemer, James; Briscoe, Laura.Diversity
Fungi
Algae
symbioses
mosses
liverworts
herbarium specimen
extended specimens
144Integrating Field, Herbarium, and Ex Situ Samples to Understand the Nature of an Endemic Species, the Maple-leaf OakSystematicsWu, Yingtong; Hipp, Andrew; Fargo, Gregory; Stith, Nora; Ricklefs, Robert.rare plants
species conservation
species delimitation
morphological species delimitation
Quercus species
Herbarium
ex situ living collections
432Integrating phylogenomic and cytological evidence for the allopolyploid origin of Drosera anglica (Droseraceae)PhylogenomicsMohn, Rebekah; Yang, Ya.polyploid
transcriptome
WGD
carnivorous plant
Caryophyllales
642Integrating taxonomic resources for Alaska plantsFloristics & TaxonomyWebb, Campbell O; Ickert-Bond, Steffi.Biodiversity Informatics
Alaska
taxonomic names
taxonomic concepts
445Inter-continental comparisons reveal high endemism in orchid mycorrhizal fungal communitiesSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsKaur, Jaspreet; Linde, Celeste; Jacquemyn, Hans; Sharma, Jyotsna.Orchids
Orchid mycorrhizal fungi
distributions
continents
1325Interaction of Light and Drought on Fern GametophytesLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasJohnson, Hayla; Blake-Mahmud, Jennifer.stress
Ferns
gametophytes
Light
drought
1067Interaction patterns between Australian Loranthaceae species and their host plants at the ordinal LevelSystematicsMathews, Sarah; Murphy, Jordan.Santalales
Loranthaceae
Amylotheca
Amyema
Decaisnina
Dendrophthoe
Lysiana
Muellerina
conifer
parasite
host
bipartite network
interaction
Australia
ggalluvial
624Intra-canopy leaf variation in deciduous oaks (genus Quercus): from leaf construction to energy returnEcophysiologyGarnica Diaz, Claudia Juliana; Machado, Siddarth; Castillo-Argaez, Raiza; Smith, Nicholas Ash; Johnson, Daniel J.; John, GRACE PATRICIA.LMA
economic spectrum
wilting point
Amax
480Intraspecific and interspecific seed germination patterns for three rare Pinguicula speciesConservation BiologyMolano-Flores, Brenda; Johnson, Sara; Coons, Janice; Coutant, Nancy; Annis, Jenna.Pinguicula
Germination
conservation
rare plants
742Introducing a new Flora of Nevada, with results from a floristic inventory of the Clover MountainsFloristics & TaxonomySharples, Mathew.Nevada
Clover Mountains
1429Introgression or incomplete lineage sorting? The cause of tree discordance revealed by coalescent simulationsRecent Topics PostersBaldwin, Ethan.
375Investigate the molecular mechanisms by which plant growth-promoting bacteria, Azospirillum brasilense, improve salt stress tolerance in riceSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsMukherjee, Arijit; Degon, Zachariah; Rahmatallah, Yasir; Glazko, Galina.salt stress
Rice
Plant growth-promoting bacteria
226Investigating associations between phenotypic plasticity and geographic distribution in HelianthusEcologyWiegand, Thomas; Corlew, Annabree; Rogers, Will; Cruse-Sanders, Jennifer; Boyd, Jennifer.ecology
Rarity
Geographic distribution
Phenotypic plasticity
758Investigating evolutionary hypotheses using phylogenomic methods in the genus Marina, FabaceaeSystematicsWinitsky, Sophia; Lavin, Matthew.phylogenomics
Baja California
Fabaceae
systematics
Marina
Taxonomy 
1175Investigating the biochemical evolution and metabolic connections of the shikonin biosynthesis in red gromwell (Lithospermum erythrorhizon)PhytochemicalSuttiyut, Thiti; Auber, Robert; Wisecaver, Jennifer; Widhalm, Joshua.shikonin
ubiquinone
metabolic origin
metabolic innovation
899Investigating the genetic basis of the cheatgrass invasion in North AmericaMolecular EcologyGamba, Diana; Lasky, Jesse.invasive species
adaptation
life history
171Investigating the relationship between biological soil crusts and crusts and a federally threatened plant (Hooveria purpurea var. purpurea) found on California's Central CoastEcologyBales, Nora; Pressler, Yamina.biocrust
plant-soil interactions
ecology
Soil
864Investigating the role of environment, ploidal level, and symbiotic partner in the diversification of the Mimosoid clade (Leguminosae)MacroevolutionSiniscalchi, Carolina; Barros-Souza, Yago; Doby, Joshua; Belitz, Michael; Kates, Heather; Yi, Ting-Shuang; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Guralnick, Robert; Borges, Leonardo; Folk, Ryan.nitrogen-fixing plants
speciation rate
Fabaceae
115Investigating the Root Economic Spectrum hypothesis and plant-fire dynamics using a macroevolutionary common gardenMacroevolutionWatts, Jacob; Pellegrini, Adam.Evolution
fine roots
common garden
disturbance ecology
economic spectrum
936Is climate warming beneficial to the wild blueberry, a temperate North American crop?EcophysiologyZhang, Yongjiang.Water use
photosynthesis
Crop yield
climate change
Vaccinium angustifolium
Pathogen
Water stress
230Is it something new or a repetition from the past? Long-term insight into the development of plant populations in Arctic AlaskaPaleobotanyGałka, Mariusz; Andrei-Cosmin, Diaconu; Angelica, Feurdean; Hedenas, Lars; Klaus-Holger, Knorr; Edyta, Łokas; Milena, Obremska; Normunds, Stivrins; Adnan, Akbar; Graeme, Swindles.peatland development
plant succession
mosses
climate change
shrub expansion
444Is Phenotypic Plasticity Associated with Colonization Success? Comparisons of European Colonizers, North American Colonizers, and Relict Populations of Arabidopsis thalianaEcologyAllen (Shamsid-Deen), Maya L.; Whitney, Kenneth.Phenotypic plasticity
colonization
arabidopsis
plant traits
fitness
651Is polyploidy associated with phenotypic and ecological generalization of flowers?EcologyStreher, Nathália Susin; Mayrose, Itay; Ashman, Tia-Lynn.polyploidy
Pollination
Floral traits
pollen
herbarium specimens
563Is the floral shape of Impatiens capensis influenced by urbanization?MacroevolutionBurkiewicz, Jérôme; Carvalho, Julie; Joly, Simon.floral evolution
Geometric Morphometrics
Pollinators
common garden
Generalists
511Is the Reproductive Success of Plants Influenced by Gypsum?EcologyOsterday, Lilly; Madsen, Kathleen; Schenk, John.gypsum
Edaphic
Larrea tridentata
Southwest USA
Chihuahuan Desert
Reproduction
morphology
670It's Been a Long Day: Uncovering the genetic control of flowering in Cannabis sativaFunctional Genetics/GenomicsDowling, Caroline; Shi, Jiaqi; Schilling, Susanne; Melzer, Rainer.QTL mapping
Cannabis sativa
genomics
flowering
Transcriptomics
adaptation
661It's Been a Long Day: Uncovering the Genetic Control of Flowering in Cannabis sativaFunctional Genetics/GenomicsDowling, Caroline; Shi, Jiaqi; Schilling, Susanne; Melzer, Rainer.QTL mapping
flowering
Cannabis sativa
adaptation
genomics
Transcriptomics
333Jacob Peter Anderson and the Allure of Studying Alaska's FloraBotanical HistoryKlahs, Phillip.regional flora
Herbarium
902Johnsongrass jumping genes: Population-level variation in transposable element content and correlations with environmental characteristicsPopulation Genetics/GenomicsHofford, Nate; Motley, M'Kayla; MacNeill, Bryan; Deb, Sontosh; Adhikari, Bishnu; Busby, Andrew; McLaughlin, Susan; Oldham, Fae; McKain, Michael.transposable elements
invasive species
intraspecific variation
genome size variation
Johnsongrass
environmental variation
781Joshua tree resiliency and plasticity in response to climate changeThe impact of climate change on plant physiology in natural and agricultural systemsHeyduk, Karolina; DeFalco, Lesley; Esque, Todd; McKain, Michael; Yoder, Jeremy; Smith, Christopher.Yucca
Local adaptation
ecophysiology
Mojave
487Key players in the reproductive transition in neotropical orchids: a departure from model monocotsDevelopment and StructureMadrigal, Yesenia; Scanlon, Michael; Alzate, Juan F; Pabon Mora, Natalia.flowering
Orchidaceae
Evo-Devo
Gene evolution
gene expression
Meristem development
Gene Regulatory Netvwork
Reproductive transition
919Kin discrimination and plastic responses in growth and floweringLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasLewis, Isabeau; Friedman, Jannice.kin selection
altruism
Mimulus guttatus
Mating system
Plasticity
223Knockdown of floral symmetry in Fedia gracilifloraDevelopment and StructureMustacchio, Theresa; Savriama, Yoland; Berger, Brent; Tong, Jingjing; Howarth, Dianella.Cycloidea 
Geometric Morphometrics
EvoDevo
Floral Development
Floral morphology
Fedia graciliflora
1059Lack of reproductive isolation and environmental niche overlap explains the presence of species complexes in the genus HedychiumReproductive ProcessesXavier, Aleena; Saryan, Preeti; Gowda, Vinita.species complex
Zingiberaceae
cross-compatibility
environmental niche
731Laramidian forests: New fossil wood data from the late Maastrichtian of ColoradoPaleobotanyAllen, Sarah; Jud, Nathan; Hatch, Haley; Berry, Keith.Cretaceous
paleobotany
Raton Basin
wood anatomy
Vermejo Formation
716Latitudinal Variation in Reproductive Phenology Impacts Fitness of Common Milkweed ProvenancesEcologyFinch, Jessamine; Valdes, Imeña; Havens, Kayri.phenology
milkweed
provenance
Pollination
restoration
seed sourcing
climate change
intraspecific variation
Local adaptation
monarch butterfly
798Leaf and root traits vary throughout plant developmemtEcologyGarbowski, Magda; Brown, Cynthia; Johnston, Danielle.functional traits
Ontogeny
restoration
roots
485Leaf epidermal micromorphology of South American AnacardiaceaeDevelopment and StructureMatel, Theodore; Gandolfo, Alejandra.Anacardiaceae
trichomes
Stomata
South America
Rio Pichileufu
Schinus
Glandular Hairs
504Learning to De-Stress: Inhibiting Ethylene to Improve Oak Survival In VitroConservation BiologyWinkeljohn, Max; Pence, Valerie; Culley, Theresa.Oaks
quercus
In Vitro
tissue culture
ex situ
Silver Thiosulfate
conservation
188Lessons in restoring dryland mosses to damaged landscapesStress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsAntoninka, Anita; Bowker, Matthew; Doherty, Kyle; Anenberg, Jasmine; Tucker, Colin; Durham, Rebecca; Ramsey, Philip.biocrust
restoration
Bryophyte
dryland
moss
483Leveraging WIS herbarium specimens to examine the phylogenetics, conservation, ecological, and biogeographical issues in the Great Lakes regionBiodiversity at the brink: leveraging herbaria for conservation!Sytsma, Kenneth; Spalink, Daniel; Kriebel, Ricardo; Drummond, Chloe; Rose, Jeffrey; Feist, Mary Ann; Givnish, Thomas; Cameron, Kenneth.Herbarium
Wisconsin
Great Lakes region
DNA barcode
phylogenetics
Species Distribution Modeling
climate change
962Lichen Diversity of the Flathead ValleyBryology and LichenologyMilne, Samantha; McCarthy, Mirabai R..lichen
Floristics
Undergraduate Research
field studies
1063Life history evolution within Hawaiian Metrosideros, a hyper-variable landscape-dominant tree species complexTropical BiologyStacy, Elizabeth.life history
correlated trait evolution
Floral longevity
Seed germination
Fruit development
maturation rate
262Life on the Edge: Sea Level Rise Effects on Coastal Dune PlantsFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeBarton, Kasey.Island Ecology
Phenotypic plasticity
invasive species
climate change
Salinity Tolerance
988Light induced changes in leaf shape and epidermal cells in Platanus occidentalisLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasMahajan, Isha; Wagner, Jenn; Lenny, Kouwenburg.Epidermal morphology
paleobotany
leaf mass per area
stomtal index
light regulation
981Light induced changes in leaf shape and epidermal cells in three Quercus speciesLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasPatharkar, Tanmayi.Epidermal morphology
paleobotany
leaf mass per area
stomtal index
light regulation
964Light induced changes in leaf shape and epidermal cells in three Quercus species and Platanus occidentalisPaleobotanyWagner, Jennifer; Kouwenberg, Lenny.leaf mass per area
Epidermal morphology
cell morphology
light regulation
stomtal index
undulation index
956Linking functional traits to demographic fitness outcomesEcologyAtkins, David; Laughlin, Daniel; Margaret, Moore.ecology
functional traits
ecophysiology
population biology
874Linking phloem and xylem traits in 18 different grapevine cultivars with sugar accumulation in berriesEcophysiologyStanfield, Ryan; Bartlett, Megan; Forrestel, Beth; Elmendorf, Kayla.Phloem
xylem
Brix
Sugar Accumulation
Grapevine
Anatomy
ecophysiology
microscopy
806
Canceled
Literature Review of Species Concepts view of Species Concepts Referenced in New Pteridophyte Species Described Since 1989
Floristics & TaxonomyKoenig, Nicholas; Link-Perez, Melanie.taxonomic concepts
pteridophyte
Literature Review
Taxonomy 
619Living with Moss: Environmental Extremes Structure Functional Traits in Biocrust Microbial CommunitiesStress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsFisher, Kirsten.Syntrichia
Biological Soil Crust
Metagenomics
Hypolith
257Local adaptation fuels genomic divergence between incipient species in the Sphagnum magellanicum complexBryology and LichenologyPiatkowski, Bryan; Weston, Dave; Aguero, Blanka; Duffy, Aaron; Imwattana, Karn; Healey, Adam; Schmutz, Jeremy; Shaw, Jonathan.speciation
comparative genomics
Sphagnum
peat moss
adaptation
Climate Gradients 
363LOCAL ADAPTATION OF THE DOMINANT PRAIRIE GRASS IN RECIPROCAL GARDENS ACROSS THE RAINFALL GRADIENT OF THE US CENTRAL GRASSLANDS: DECADAL PATTERNSConservation BiologyHowe, Kori.
43Long-term changes to oak-hickory forest composition: Revisiting McCarthy and Wistendahl 38 years laterEcologyRudolph, Aaron; McCarthy, Brian; Snell, Rebecca.Forest structure
Oak-hickory
Community composition
Diversity loss
952Long-term collection records reveal phenological misalignment between Northern California plants and their pollinatorsEcologyLampe, Laura; Ivey, Christopher; Donatello, Robin.Pollination
phenology
climate change
herbaria
entomology collections
alpine
Bees
plant-pollinator interactions
phenological shifts
phenological mismatch
225Long-term effects of an invasive shrub, Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii), and white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) on forest floor plant compositionEcologyLeonard, Hanna; Gorchov, David.non-native species
Ohio
deciduous forest
restoration
235Long -term impacts of the interactive effects impacts of the invasive shrub, Lonicera maackii and white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus, on native tree seedlings and shrubsEcologyDonoso, Marco; Gorchov, David.non-native species
regeneration failure
browse impacts
Ohio
deciduous forest
659Making (a) Place Out of NatureBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesSilvera Seamans, Georgia.Black Botanists Week
African diaspora
natural resources
917Making the collection of field data as easy as (Survey) 1-2-3: digital field notes and specimen labels with ArcGIS onlineBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationKrosnick, Shawn.Survey123
Field Botany
field studies
Herbarium
35Man, Plants and Microbes, who is the winner?Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsAdemola Adefemi, Paseda.eukaryotic
DNA
unicellular
multicellular
1004Management and ecological surveys indicate long-term grassland restoration success but potential for biotic homogenizationConservation BiologyLuong, Justin; Press, Daniel; Holl, Karen.restoration
management
Biodiversity
grasslands
reintroduction
Plant invasion
93Mapping genetic constraints of drought adaptation strategies in the eco-evolutionary model system, ArabidopsisPopulation Genetics/GenomicsRuffley, Megan; Leventhal, Laura; Exposito-Alonso, Moi.genetic constraint
adaptation
complex traits
drought
455Mapping the Mosaic Genomes of Naturally Occurring Eucalyptus HybridsHybrids and HybridizationPham, Kasey; Jones, Rebecca; Gélinas-Marion, Ariane; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela; Vaillancourt, René; Potts, Brad.introgression
genome resequencing
population genomics
Myrtaceae
admixture
84Mapping the population dynamics of the invasive Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard) in response to climateEcologyHatajik, Jack; Lee, Ben; Heberling, Mason.Alliaria petiolata
Herbarium
climate change
time since invasion
population decline
invasive species
732Mark Catesby: Three Hundred Years in South CarolinaBotanical HistoryFlannery, Maura.Mark Catesby
University of South Carolina Columbia
738Mating and fitness consequences of variation in male allocation in a wind-pollinated plantReproductive ProcessesFriedman, Jannice; Aljiboury, Abrar.gain curves
protandry
mate diversity
monoecy
sex allocation
wind pollination
819Mating system and hybridization combine to effect range-wide genetic structure in a coastal endemic plantPopulation Genetics/GenomicsVan Natto, Alyson; Eckert, Chris.population genetics
Genetic variation
Genetic differentiation
Peripherality
Mating system
hybridization
905Meaningful Beauty: A collaborative, cross-disciplinary art exhibition that explores plant diversity and provides science communication opportunities for undergraduatesEducation and Outreach Clement, Wendy; Ault, Chris; Wright, Haley; King, Robert J; Welch, Shania; Bergen, Anna T; Kakumanu, Siya; Shah, Ria B.; Zhang, Jingbo; Howarth, Dianella; Srivastav, Mansa; Donoghue, Michael.art exhibition
honeysuckle
Lonicera
collaboration
Undergraduate Research
PUI
Evolution
plant diversity
Science communication
outreach training
Outreach
927Meaningful Beauty: Designing an art-science exhibition through a cross-disciplinary, student-faculty collaborationEducation and Outreach King, Robert J; Bergen, Anna T; Kakumanu, Siya; Shah, Ria B.; Welch, Shania; Wright, Haley; Zhang, Jingbo; Howarth, Dianella; Srivastav, Mansa; Donoghue, Michael; Ault, Chris; Clement, Wendy.Lonicera
honeysuckle
art exhibition
Undergraduate Research
Science communication
Outreach
Evolution
plant diversity
858Methylation Dynamics Following Recent Genome Doubling in Allotetraploid Tragopogon miscellus (Asteraceae)Functional Genetics/GenomicsShan, Shengchen; Gitzendanner, Matt; Boatwright, J. Lucas; Ethridge, Christina L.; Ji, Lexiang; Soltis, Pamela; Schmitz, Robert J.; Soltis, Douglas.Methylation
polyploidy
Tragopogon
61Minimal evidence for contemporary introgression in closely related sunflowers of WisconsinPopulation Genetics/GenomicsMitchell, Nora; Nguyen, Thu; Bylander, Michael Robert; McNabb, Lydia; Leonardson, Aleks.population genomics
introgression
sunflower
hybridization
521Mining into "extreme depths" of the Ophioglossaceae: A study of microsatellate content in Ophioglossaceae genomesFerns at the extreme: the case of moonworts, grape-ferns and adder’s tongues of the family OphioglossaceaeGrant, Jason; Koubínová, Darina.Pteridology
Ophioglossaceae
Ferns
Microsatellites
759Mistletoe distributions and abundance in the forest canopy are vulnerable to climate changeEcologyTrang, Kenneth; Wilson, Carol.mistletoes
Loranthaceae
environmental niche modeling
biogeography
climate change
Bioclim variables
plant parasite
haustorium
Australia
974Modeling species richness within the East Texas longleaf pine ecosystem: can C and z values determined at the community level be used to accurately calculate species richness at the landscape levelBiogeographyWilliams, Justin Kirk; Hagyari, David.species richness
longleaf pine
species area curve
Big Thicket
Texas
239Modular Machine Learning Methods for End-to-End Automated Phenotypic Trait Extraction from Digitized Herbarium VouchersBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationWeaver, William; Laport, Robert; Jaime-Rivera, Jorge; Ng, Julienne; Smith, Stephen.Herbarium Digitization
Machine Learning
plant traits
phenology
convolutional neural networks
Specimen processing
morphology
software
1265Modulation of Protein Trafficking, Signaling Pathways, and Functional Responses by Metabolites Found in Florida Plant Varieties on Human Cells - Therapeutic PerspectivesLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasNanjundan, Meera.
298Molecular evolution and convergence in the evolution of abiotic stress tolerance in Amaranthaceae s.l. (Caryophyllales)Functional Genetics/GenomicsLee, Aaron; Yang, Ya.Transcriptomics
gene expression
Abiotic stress
C4 photosynthesis
halophytes
622Molecular mechanisms controlling nectar spur development in nasturtiums (Tropaeolaceae)Development and StructureMartínez-Salazar, Sebastián; Kramer, Elena; Gonzalez, Favio; Pabon Mora, Natalia.Floral Symmetry
Brassicales
CINCINNATA
Evo-Devo
floral tube
Tropaeolum
nectar spur development
965Molecular phylogenomics, historical biogeography, floral evolution, gene flow, and species diversification in Darwinia (Myrtaceae)SystematicsChan, Patricia; Lemmon, Emily; Lemmon, Alan; Barrett, Matthew; Givnish, Thomas.systematics
Evolution
ecology
phylogenomics
Darwinia
Myrtaceae
Myrtales
Historical biogeography
target-capture
population genetics
Pollination syndromes
sky island
Inflorescence
Floral morphology
gene flow
Australia
Southwest Australia floristic province
plastome
seed dispersal
481Moricandia arvensis can change its flower color in summer without compromising its conspicuousnessReproductive ProcessesNarbona, Eduardo; Gómez, José M.; González-Megías, Adela; Navarro, Luis; Perfectti, Francisco; Armas, Cristina; Borghi, Monica.Flower color
Anthocyanins
Flavonoids
Phenotypic plasticity
Brassicaceae
Chromatic contrasts
Visual ecology
plant-pollinator interactions
730Morphological analysis of inflorescences and flower developmental stages in male and female hemp (Cannabis Sativa) plantsDevelopment and StructureShi, Jiaqi; Dowling, Caroline; Schilling, Susanne; Melzer, Rainer.Floral Development
hemp
Cannabis sativa
Quantitative PCR
inflorescences
941Morphological and genetic analyses provide novel evidence for introgressive hybridization between two milkweed speciesHybrids and HybridizationAndreev, Victor; Puzey, Joshua; Davies, Lizzy; Olson-Manning, Carrie; Kreutzmann, Sydney; Fishbein, Mark.Asclepias
hybridization
gene flow
290Morphological Characterization of Some Cowpea Accessions from IITA, IbadanFloristics & TaxonomyOnuminya, Temitope; Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin; Ogunkanmi, Mubarak; Ogunkanmi, Adebayo.Cowpea
Diversity
IITA
Nigeria
morphology
310Morphological Phenotyping of 'Hooked' Hairs in Phaseolus vulgarisDevelopment and StructureRoy, Ankita; Bralick, Addison; Pietrzyk, Peter; Bucksch, Alexander.morphology
Phenotyping
Hooking
Root Hair
Trichome
Common Bean
311Morphological Phenotyping of 'Hooked' Hairs in Phaseolus vulgarisDevelopment and StructureRoy, Ankita; Bralick, Addison; Pietrzyk, Peter; Bucksch, Alexander.morphology
Phenotyping
Root Hair
Trichome
Hooking
Common Bean
1016Morphological trait evolution in the mega-diverse genus Solanum (Solanaceae) - lability of key taxonomic characters at clade levelSystematicsHilgenhof, Rebecca; Gagnon, Edeline; Knapp, Sandra; Aubriot, Xavier; Tepe, Eric J.; Bohs, Lynn; Giacomin, Leandro; Gouvêa, Yuri F.; Martine, Chris; Orejuela, Andrés; Orozco, Clara Inez; Peralta, Iris; Sarkinen, Tiina.morphology
Solanum
Stochastic mapping
Clade diagnosis
identification
10Morphology and Classification of Compositae: Comps at the extreme editionConference WideBonifacino, Mauricio; Heiden, Gustavo; Mandel, Jennifer; Sancho, Gisela.
854Morphometric analysis of the Solanum appendiculatum species complex (Solanum sect. Anarrhichomenum)Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasBryant, Jacob; Tepe, Eric J..Solanum
594Moss communities as an indicator of mountain peatland ecosystems state. Evidence from multi-proxy paleoecological studies in Central and Western EuropeBryology and LichenologyGałka, Mariusz; Diaconu, Andrei-Cosmin; Loisel, Julie; Feurdean, Angelica; Hölzer, Adam; Knorr, Klaus-Holger.Sphagnum
plant succession
nature protection
human activity
pollutants
244Multi-omic investigation of stress responses in Sea beet (Beta vulgaris ssp. maritima, Amaranthaceae) and preliminary metabolomics data in Ice Plant (Mesembryanthemum crystallinum, Aizoaceae)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsRadford, Zachary; Crum, Alexandra; Fredericksen, Brett; Schaut, Madelyn; Maeda, Hiroshi; Yang, Ya.Co-expression network
Chenopodiaceae
Caryophyllales
time course
hyperspectral imaging
metabolite profiling
HPLC
transcriptome
quantum yield
stress experiments
high light
methyl jasmonate
salt stress
halophyte
betalain
26
Canceled
Multidecadal Calescent Drought, Lessons from a Delisted Species, and the Fates of Species Considered as Candidates for listing as Endangered and Threatened in the Southwest
Conservation BiologyReichenbacher, Frank.rare plants
population decline
species conservation
Endangered Species Act
endangered species
threatened species
Tumamoc globeberry
Tumamoca macdougalii
monitoring study
multi-decadal drought
drought
382Multigenerational population experiments highlight the importance of nutrients, genotype, and future growth potential on polyploid-diploid competitive dynamicsEcologyAnneberg, Thomas; O'Neill, Elizabeth M.; Ashman, Tia-Lynn; Turcotte, Martin.Araceae
duckweed
nutrient limitation
polyploidy
Abiotic stress
272Multimodal Data Fusion for Phenotype Prediction across EnvironmentsCrops and Wild RelativesSoriano Chavez, Emilio; Bellis, Emily.Maize
Machine Learning
Phenotype Prediction
Environment Interactions
351Multivariate Receptor Modeling with Widely Dispersed Lichens as Bioindicators of Air QualityBryology and LichenologyHeiner, Matthew; Grimm, Taylor; Smith, Hayden; Christensen, William; Carling, Gregory; St. Clair, Larry L.; Leavitt, Steven.Aeolian Dust
Bayesian Methods
Elemental Analysis
pollution
Source Apportionment
Positive Matrix Factorization
449Mycorrhizal Fungi Affected by Cover CropsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsGutierrez, Andrea; Twanabasu, Bishnu; Knapp, Emily.
946Mycorrhizal Fungi Mediated Drought Tolerance in Tomato PlantsPhysiologyMishra, Sasmita; Horace, Samantha.drought
Mycorrhizae
Nutrient conetent
nutrient uptake
1077Mycorrhizal relationship identified in an African aquatic PodostemaceaeSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsCroft, Abigail; Thomas, Duncan; Schenk, John.Podostemaceae
Aquatic plants
African endemics
Mycorrhizae
roots
1028Nature’s healing bounty: The incredible untapped potential of medicinal plantsPlenary Address - Cassandra QuaveQuave, Cassandra.
4Navigating Nomenclature – Publishing, typifying, and naming algae, fungi, and plants (The International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants)Conference WideKnapp, Sandra; Turland, Nicholas.Code
nomenclature
new names
publication
typification
399Nelumbonaceous receptacles and associated leaves from the late Albian (Early Cretaceous) of Virginia and SpainPaleobotanySender, Luis Miguel; Doyle, James; Upchurch, Garland.Angiosperms
Cretaceous
Nelumbites
Spain
Virginia
740Neopolyploid and diploid duckweed fitness converge under heavy metal pollutionEcologyBurr, Audrey A.; Anneberg, Thomas; Ashman, Tia-Lynn; Turcotte, Martin.polyploidy
Bioremediation
whole genome duplication
Neopolyploid
duckweed
Heavy Metal
Autopolyploid
987
Canceled
New models of stem architecture for Berberis sensu lato (Berberidaceae) and their taxonomic implications
SystematicsWright, Alexander; Roalson, Eric.Architecture
Berberis
Mahonia
Berberidaceae
Taxonomy 
Bauplan
900New Online Resources for the Desert Legume Program (DELEP)Biodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationCharboneau, Joseph; Johnson, Matthew B.; McMahon, Michelle.Fabaceae
Leguminosae
seed banking
Wild relatives
web content
379New Plastome Structural Rearrangements Discovered in Core Tillandsioideae (Bromeliaceae) Support recently adopted taxonomyPhylogenomicsDíaz Contreras Díaz, Daniel David; Vera Paz, Sandra Itzel; Jost, Matthias; Wanke, Stefan; Rossado, Andrés; Hernández Gutiérrez, Rebeca; Salazar, Gerardo; Magallón, Susana; Gouda, Eric; Ramírez Morillo, Ivón; Donadío, Sabina; Granados Mendoza, Carolina.Phylogenetic informativeness
Inverted repeats (IR)
Gene translocation
Inversions
Ancestral state reconstruction
Evolutionary rate shifts
452New professional development offerings from iDigBio's Digitization AcademyBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationMast, Austin; Cohen, Lauren; Krimmel, Erica.iDigBio
Biodiversity Informatics
Herbarium Digitization
Professional Development
Imaging
Georeferencing
Photogrammetry
Databasing
Citizen Science
410New Roots for Restoration Biology Integration Institute: integrating plant traits, communities, and the soil ecosphere to advance restoration of natural and agricultural systemsEcologyMiller, Allison.restoration
plant traits
Phenotyping
covariation
agriculture
1073New species of Mallocybe (Agaricales, Inocybaceae) from Pakistan based on morphological and molecular evidenceMycology & PhycologySaba, Malka; Khalid, Abdul.phylogeny
Taxonomy 
Asia
Pinaceae
11New strategies using iNaturalist observation dataConference WideSpear, Jill; Buma, Brian; Fawcett, Susan; Rebman, Jon.
428Niche Differentiation Within the "Asperula Clade" of Asclepias (Apocynaceae)BiogeographyKunkel, David; Fishbein, Mark.Ecological niche model
Climatic niche
Edaphic Niche
Asclepias
282Niche evolution in the Nyctagineae: a group with an ancestral affinity for gypsum?SystematicsHumphreys, Emily; Flores Olvera, Hilda; Ochoterena, Helga; Douglas, Norman; Moore, Michael.Caryophyllales
Nyctaginaceae
gypsum
soils
climate change
phylogeny
niche evolution
668Non-Target Lichen & Bryophyte Incidence Patterns and Diversity on Mid-Atlantic Digitized Woody Angiosperm Herbarium SpecimensBryology and LichenologyYoung, Blair; Waters, Dennis; Struwe, Lena.lichen
Bryophyte
herbaria
non-target
mid-atlantic
636Nonperiodic grassland restoration management can promote native woody shrub encroachmentEcologyLuong, Justin.restoration
drought
international drought experiment
plant traits
woody invasion
disturbance
971North American Fruit and Nut Tree Crop Wild Relative ConservationCrops and Wild RelativesKhoury, Colin; Beckman, Emily; Warschefsky, Emily; Meyer, Abby.ethnobotany
Crop Wild Relative
Fruit and Nut
Trees
conservation
Botanic Garden
704Not everything is bigger in Texas: Conservation genetics and the genetic distinctiveness of the endangered Texas trailing Phlox (Phlox nivalis ssp. texensis)Conservation BiologyEdwards, Christine; Bassuner, Burgund; Yatskievych, George.conservation
endangered species
population genetics
polyploidy
Genetic diversity
longleaf pine savannah
301Novel Roles for a Plant Epidermal Transcription Factor in Early Diverging EudicotsDevelopment and StructureZahid, Simra; Di Stilio, Veronica.Epidermal cells 
MIXTA-like MYB
Pollination syndromes
Ranunculaceae
Thalictrum
polyploidy
76NSF-supported upgrades to the T.M. Sperry Herbarium, Pittsburg State UniversityLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasSnow, Neil.Herbarium curation
digitization
student mentoring
284Nuclear gene-based phylogenomic study resolves Poaceae phylogeny and provides insight to the evolution of C4 photosynthesisPhylogenomicsHuang, Weichen; Zhang, Lin; Columbus, J. Travis; Hu, Yi; Zhao, Yiyong; Tang, Lin; Guo, Zhenhua; Chen, Wenli; McKain, Michael; Bartlett, Madelaine; Huang, Chien-Hsun; Li, De-zhu; Ge, Song; Ma, Hong.Poaceae
transcriptome
phylogeny
nuclear gene
photosynthesis
207Nursery Treatments May Improve Restoration Outcomes in Semi-arid Regions by Reducing Seedling Transplant ShockEcophysiologyMainhart, Douglas Evan; Fierro-Cabo, Alejandro; Christoffersen, Bradley; Reemts, Charlotte.ecophysiology
transplant shock
restoration
semi-arid forests
drought resistance
200Omic strategies for identification of Amaranth speciesComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsHubert, Julia; Kyte, Sarah; Charron, Andréanne; Colville, Adam; Klein, Daniel; Brière, Stephan C.; Gagnon, Marie-Claude; Galindo Gonzalez, Leonardo Miguel.amaranths
Amaranthus palmeri
genome skimming
chloroplast sequencing
Comparative -omics
protein biotyping
DNA barcoding
174On a new global synthesis of the assembly of the northern hemispheric phytogeography by integrating paleobiome structure, connectivity and paleogeography in historical biogeography – the role of BeringiaBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographyXiang, Qiuyun (Jenny); Ickert-Bond, Steffi; Zhao, Lijun; Kepler, Lenora; Schoonmaker, Ashley; Yue, Jipei; Harris, AJ.Phytogeography of Northern Hemisphere
Historical biogeography
Biome shift
Origin of floristic disjunction
159One tree species, three extremes: Resilience to high temperature, aridity, and solar radiation of Acacia tortilis in the Arava desert, IsraelEcophysiologyKlein, Tamir; Uni, Daphna; Winters, Gidon; Sheffer, Efrat.Hyper-arid
drought resistance
phenology
photo-inhibition
vapor pressure deficit
Acacia
690Ontogeny and anatomy of Bouteloua (Poaceae: Chloridoideae) species display a basipetal branch formation and a novel modified leaf structure in grassesDevelopment and StructureCuellar-Garrido, Luis Fernando; Ruiz-Sanchez, Eduardo; Vargas, Ofelia; Whipple, Clinton.Anatomy
Awns
Grasses
Kranz anatomy
Ontogeny
Spikelet
125Ophioglossales, plants at the extreme for an extremely long time--what can we learn from them? Lessons from Botrychium, the moonwort fernsFerns at the extreme: the case of moonworts, grape-ferns and adder’s tongues of the family OphioglossaceaeFarrar, Donald.Botrychium
Moonwort
belowground biology
686Optimized methods for preserving hemipteran stylet bundle connections for anatomical studies looking at plant herbivoryDevelopment and StructureCarlile, Brittnay; Krosnick, Shawn.
209Origins of Amaranthus tuberculatus (Waterhemp) in Central Valley Agroecosystems: A Population Genetics Approach Using Genotyping-By-SequencingPopulation Genetics/GenomicsLopez, Alexander Joseph; Shrestha, Anil; Sosnoskie, Lynn; Waselkov, Katherine.
715Paleobotanical remains associated with vertebrate-bearing horizons in the Moreno Hill Formation (Turonian-Coniacian), New MexicoPaleobotanyLupia, Richard; Murphy, Kaitlyn A.; Taylor, Ian A..Paleoecology
Cretaceous
Palynology
North America
1051Paleocene lacustrine floras of the Tongue River Member, Fort Union Formation, in and near Birney, Montana, USAPaleobotanyManchester, Steven.Tertiary
Cenozoic
fossil leaves
fossil fruits
572Paleogene diversity of Araceae: A new species from the Eocene of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaPaleobotanyStockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar; Gemmell, Jen.Alismatales
Araceae
Acorus
fossil
Inflorescence
761Paleogeography and geology of BeringiaBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographyBond, Jeffrey.Beringia
Paleogeography
Geology
Paleodrainage
Surficial geology
soils
903Palynological Evidence for Coastal Refugia in Central BeringiaBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographyFowell, Sarah J.Pollen analysis
283Pappus in Compositae: morpho-anatomical characterization and classification proposalFloristics & TaxonomyBonifacino, Mauricio; Mailhos, Ary; Susanna, Alfonso; Gavrilović, Milan; Janaćković, Pedja; Heiden, Gustavo; Valtierra, Victoria; Sancho, Gisela.Asteraceae
morphology
Anatomy
Scanning electron microscopy (SEM)
539Parallel phylogeography of mountain endemics: do infrageneric species share geographic history?BiogeographyMeek, Jared; Eaton, Deren.phylogenomics
landscape genomics
alpine
montane
RADseq
255Paralogy or reality?: Exploring gene assembly errors in a target enrichment datasetMolecular EcologyRosen, Austin Marshall.herbariomics
molecular ecology
gene assembly
bioinformatics
systematics
phylogenetics
Cirsium
Target Enrichment
Hyb-Seq
short read data
paralogy
artificial recombination
cryptic paralogs
306Parasitic flowering plant collections embody the extended specimenBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationTeixeira-Costa, Luiza; Heberling, Mason; Wilson, Carol; Davis, Charles.
568Past and present species distributions and ecological dynamics of Southern Appalachian, high-elevation rock outcrop plant communitiesBiodiversity at the brink: leveraging herbaria for conservation!Mathews, Katherine.Southern Appalachians
rock outcrop
Herbarium
Floristics
559Pasture trees shape post-agricultural forest composition by facilitating vertebrate-mediated seed dispersalEcologyHolmes, Marion.land-use history
Community composition
community assembly
succession
seed dispersal
vertebrate dispersal
1256Paths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgePaths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgeKlymiuk, Az; Cardinal-McTeague, Warren; Heyduk, Karolina.
376Patterns and processes of floral diversification in the wildflower genus PenstemonKaplan Memorial Lecture - Lena HilemanHileman, Lena.Penstemon
floral evolution
quantitative genetics
macroevolution
387Patterns of Dispersal Syndromes on Gypsum OutcropsEcologyMadsen, Kathleen; Alexander, Patrick; Schenk, John.Edaphic
ecology
Evolutionary biology
Dispersal
gypsum
southwestern US
endemism
62Patterns of hybridization in the Asteraceae family detected through systematic review of the primary literatureHybrids and HybridizationO'Connell, Leandra; Mitchell, Nora; Turner, Kathryn G.hybrid
hybridization
Asteraceae
Aster
884Patterns of morphological and molecular variation provide insights into the systematics and evolution of Rhododendron’s ‘Hardy Mountaineers’SystematicsFuller, Ryan; Li, Qin; Hipp, Andrew; Liu, Jianquan; Ree, Richard.Rhododendron
morphometrics
phylogeny
ericaceae
polyploidy
Hengduan Mountains
China
398Patterns of plastid genome evolution across parasitic and mycoheterotrophic plantsComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsStone, Philippa; Lam, Vivienne; Darby, Hayley; Graham, Sean.Chloroplast genome
mycoheterotrophs
Parasitic
722Patterns of Seed and Pollen Dispersal Across Human-Modified LandscapesMolecular EcologyCruzan, Mitchell; Hendrickson, Elizabeth.Landsape Genetics
seed dispersal
Pollen Dispersal
Niche Modelling
climate change
population genetics
human impacts
737Patterns of Species Diversification in Geissorhiza (Iridaceae): Morphological and Habitat Traits Through TimePhylogenomicsEifler, Evan; Karimi, Nisa; Lemmon, Alan; Lemmon, Emily; Givnish, Thomas.phylogenomics
Iridaceae
Diversification
molecular dating
Psammophory
683Permineralized Floras Illuminate Cretaceous Plant Diversity and EvolutionEmerging Leader Lecture - Brian AtkinsonAtkinson, Brian.Fossils
Anatomy
Tomography
Gymnosperms
Angiosperms
Lagerstätten
phylogenetics
868Permits, pole clippers, and nose swabs: A series of potentially useful anecdotes from a recent fieldtrip to ColombiaTropical BiologyLagomarsino, Laura; Bedoya, Ana Maria; Tribble, Carrie; Paredes-Burneo, Diego; Aguirre Santoro, Julian.Fieldwork
Colombia
Andes
International collaboration
Nagoya protocol
74Persistence of a rare orchid in the past, present and future: insights from phylogeography and species distribution modelingPopulation Genetics/GenomicsTrapnell, Dorset; Smallwood, Patrick; Dixon, Kingsley; Phillips, Ryan.
126Persistence of Botrychium plants belowground without production of aboveground leavesFerns at the extreme: the case of moonworts, grape-ferns and adder’s tongues of the family OphioglossaceaePopovich, Steve; Farrar, Donald.Botrychium
Moonworts
drought resistance
species conservation
930Phenological Change At High LatitudesEcologyBonner, Colin.phenology
arctic
seasonal senescence
514Phenological similarity and distinctiveness facilitate plant invasionsEcologyPark, Daniel; Feng, Xiao; Huynh, Kimberly.Recombination breakpoints
phenology
biological invasions
herbarium specimens
581Phenotypic innovation, information theory, and phylogenetic discordance in deep timeInnovation and Novelty in the Evolution of PlantsParins Fukuchi, Caroline Tomomi.morphology
conflict
innovation
499Phenotypic plasticity and selection on leaf traits in response to snowmelt timing and summer precipitationEcophysiologyNavarro, Jocelyn; Powers, John; Paul, Ayaka; Campbell, Diane.adaptive plasticity
Ipomopsis aggregata
vegetative traits
Phenotypic plasticity
precipitation
snowmelt
stomatal conductance
water use efficiency
395Phenotypic plasticity of Syntrichia caninervis in novel climatesStress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsRengifo Faiffer, Maria Cristina; Bowker, Matthew; Antoninka, Anita.drylands
climate change
Phenotypic plasticity
adaptation
intraspecific variation
583Phenotypic trait differences between native and naturalized Iris pseudacorus across estuarine gradients support increased vigor of invasive populationsEcologyGrewell, Brenda; Gallego-Tévar, Blanca; Whitcraft, Christine R.; Futrell, Caryn J.; Bárcenas-Moreno, Gael; Castillo, Jesús M..conservation
biological invasions
invasive species
functional traits
Plant invasion
weed risk assessment
920Phlox at the extreme: taxonomy of Phlox of northern latitudesSystematicsFerguson, Carolyn; Mayfield, Mark.Phlox
Polemoniaceae
arctic
Taxonomy 
Disjunction
91Phylogenetically localizing and dating the mesohexaploidy of the tribe BrassiceaeComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsThomas, Shawn; Abrahams, Richard; Harkess, Alex; Washburn, Jacob; Pires, Joseph; Arias, Tatiana.Transcriptomics
phylogenomics
whole genome duplication
polyploidy
Brassicaceae
824Phylogenetic analysis of Perennial Endemic North American (PENA) Clade of ApiaceaePhylogenomicsOdufuwa, Phebian; Smith, James (Jim); Mansfield, Don; Feist, Mary Ann; Darrach, Mark.phylogenetics
species delimitation
Generic boundaries delineation
Angiosperms353
Geophyte
Lomatium
endemic flora
764Phylogenetic and population genomic analyses of the Claytonia arctica complex, based on targeted sequence capturePopulation Genetics/GenomicsGabbitas, Bob; Ickert-Bond, Steffi; Burleigh, J Gordon; Takebayashi, Naoki.Claytonia arctica complex
population genetics
GoFlag 408
634Phylogenetic comparative assessment of light response curve evolution in wild sunflowers (Helianthus): a function-valued trait approachCrops and Wild RelativesDavis, Rebekah; Mason, Chase; Goolsby, Eric.Phylogenetic comparative methods
photosynthesis
sunflower
542Phylogenetic incongruence in an important tropical tree family, Sapotaceae, based on target sequence captured nuclear and plastome genesFrom the backbone to diversification: unraveling the evolutionary history of EricalesPizzardo, Raquel; Goncalves, Deise; Medellín-Zabala, Diana; Chanderbali, Andre; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela; Smith, Stephen; Dick, Christopher.Angio353
Classification 
phylogenomics
plastome
target-capture
386Phylogenetic patterns and geographic distribution of endemic Milkvetch (Fabaceae, Genus Astragalus) in the Four Corners Region reveals a contrasting pattern of species originSystematicsDubacher, Aubanie; Porter, Ellinore; McCauley, Ross.Fabaceae
Astragalus
endemism
phylogenetics
1031
Canceled
Phylogenetic placement of the endemic Kentucky clover (Trifolium kentuckiense)
SystematicsKoenig, Nicholas; Ruhfel, Brad.phylogenetics
Trifolium
Clover
Plastid
Endemic Species
434Phylogenetic relationships and taxonomy of Arabidopsis halleri and the A. arenosa group, wild relatives of A. thalianaSystematicsSramkova, Gabriela; Kolar, Filip; Eliska, Zaveska; Marhold, Karol.Arabidopsis halleri
Arabidopsis arenosa
Phylogeography
Genetic diversity
polyploidy
Taxonomy 
156Phylogenetic relationships of Ericales inferred from plastid and mitochondrial genome, as well as transcriptome sequenceFrom the backbone to diversification: unraveling the evolutionary history of EricalesFu, Chaonan.phylogenomics
Ericales
genome skimming
transcriptome
699
Canceled
Phylogenetic Signal, Root Morphology, Mycorrhizal Type, andvMacroinvertebrate Exclusion: ExploringWood Decompositionin Soils Conditioned by 13 Temperate Tree Species
EcologyMalik, Rondy J; Bruns, Mary Ann V; Bell, Terrence H; Eissenstat, David.Decomposition
Temperate Trees
phylogenetic signal
Root morphology
Mycorrhizae
soils
871Phylogenetics of Monarda subg.Monarda, a clade of North American mintsSystematicsMcKenzie, Patrick; Eaton, Deren.systematics
phylogenomics
hybridization
658Phylogenetics of the North American Trillium erectum-group (Melanthiaceae)SystematicsFloden, Aaron; Knapp, Wesley.Trillium
nuclear genes
phylogeny
hybridization
811Phylogenomic analyses based on nuclear and plasmid data yield novel insights into the reticulate evolution of Asarum (Aristolochiaceae)PhylogenomicsZuo, Lei; Freudenstein, John.Asarum
reticulate evolution
831Phylogenomic analyses of Brachyotum (Melastomataceae) show multiple dispersals across the Huancabamba depression in the AndesSystematicsParedes-Burneo, Diego; Bedoya, Ana Maria; Ulloa, Carmen; Majure, Lucas; Michelangeli, Fabian; Lagomarsino, Laura.Andes
biogeography
endemism
Melastomataceae
Neotropics
phylogenetics
target-capture
300Phylogenomics, biogeography, and adaptive evolution of Puya (Bromeliaceae)BiogeographyAguirre Santoro, Julian; Zuluaga Trochez, Alejandro; Betancur, Julio; Jabaily, Rachel.Andes
Bromeliaceae
Paramo
Angiosperm 353
Inflorescence
phylogenomics
281Phylogenomics, biogeography and character evolution of StyracaceaeFrom the backbone to diversification: unraveling the evolutionary history of EricalesYe, Mingyue; Qiu, He; Zhang, Ting; Liu, Xi; Goncalves, Deise; Li, Pan; Smith, Stephen.Ericales
Halesia
phylogeny
plastome
transcriptome
268Phylogenomics, patterns of species diversity and co-occurrence in the mariposa lilies (Calochortus; Liliaceae)MacroevolutionKarimi, Nisa; Hernandez, Adriana; Rodriguez Contreras, Aaron; Eifler, Evan; Chan, Patricia; Landis, Jacob; Lemmon, Alan; Lemmon, Emily; Strickler, Susan; Specht, Chelsea; Givnish, Thomas.Calochortus
Phylogeography
species richness
Diversity
California
environmental heterogeneity
727Phylogenomics and biogeography of the Coffeeae alliance (Rubiaceae) with an emphasis on TricalysiaSystematicsSantos, Malia; Robbrecht, Elmar; Tank, David.Kew Tree of Life Explorer
Angiosperm353
Rubiaceae
systematics
biogeography
divergence time estimation
473Phylogenomics and Evolution of Leaf Volatiles in the California SagesPhylogenomicsRose, Jeffrey; Heeg, Luciann; Kriebel, Ricardo; Codina, Audrey; Keefover-Ring, Ken; Sytsma, Kenneth; Drew, Bryan.essential oil content
Lamiaceae
cytonuclear discordance
California Floristic Province
Salvia
Mediterranean climate
687Phylogenomics of EricalesFrom the backbone to diversification: unraveling the evolutionary history of EricalesGoncalves, Deise; Larson, Drew; Chanderbali, Andre; Walker, Joseph; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela; Li, Pan; Smith, Stephen.plastome
transcriptome
phylotranscriptomics
phylogenetics
whole genome duplication
613Phylogenomics of Mentzelia (Loasaceae) using Angiosperms-353 target-captureSystematicsFabre, Paige; Brokaw, Joshua; Hufford, Larry; Johnson, Matt; Schenk, John.Angiosperms-353
phylogenetics
phylogenomics
Mentzelia
Loasaceae
hybrid enrichment
Hyb-Seq
HybPiper
genome skimming
genomics
genome sequencing
target-capture
773Phylogenomics of Spanish irises, Iris subgenus XiphiumPhylogenomicsWilson, Carol.biodiversity hotspot
Constraint trees
Iris
Iridaceae
mediterranean basin
missing data
nuclear genes
phylogenomics
plastomes
Strait of Gibraltar
targeted enrichment
510Phylogenomics of willow (Salix L.) species in AlaskaPhylogenomicsWebb, Campbell O; Burleigh, J Gordon; Ickert-Bond, Steffi.Salix L.
willow
molecular phylogenetics
Classification 
GoFlag 408
184Phylogenomics Reveal Species Relationships in Neptunia (Fabaceae)SystematicsBecklund, Ellie; Schenk, John.systematics
phylogenomics
Fabaceae
Angiosperms-353
chloroplast
target-capture
Hyb-Seq
Neptunia
370Phylogeny of the marigold composites, the Tageteae sensu lato (Asteraceae)SystematicsHinojosa-Espinosa, Oscar; Potter, Daniel.Heliantheae alliance
Compositae
Secretory cavities
Marigold tribe
Tagetes
168Phylogeography of Streptopus lanceolatus (Liliaceae): a North American endemic with a curious pattern of disjunction among the Pacific Northwest, Upper Midwest, and Eastern AppalachiaBiogeographyCameron, Kenneth; Wang, Shenyi.Glaciation
Monocots
Liliales
Regugia
GBS
Driftless Area
Phylogeography
467Phylogeography of the Abronia fragrans (Nyctaginaceae) species complex using Angiosperms353BiogeographyPrice, Sherese; Chen, Yanni; Douglas, Norman; Edwards, Caroline; Hale, Haley; LoPresti, Eric; Moore, Michael; Nosratinia, Sonia; Johnson, Matt.high-throughput sequencing  
Southwest Flora
phylogenetics
biogeography
Angiosperms353
1290PhyloHerb: A high-throughput phylogenomic pipeline for processing genome-skimming dataRecent Topics PostersCai, Liming; Zhang, Hongrui; Davis, Charles.herbariomics
high-throughput sequencing  
14Phylotranscriptomic analyses: using RNA-seq data in phylogenetic reconstruction and evolutionary analysesConference WideSmith, Stephen; Yang, Ya; Goncalves, Deise; Larson, Drew; Chanderbali, Andre.
34Physical and physiological expression of Aluminum toxicity in Solanum macrocarponEcophysiologykalu, emmanuel.
289Physiological and Genetic Responses to Varying Degrees of Desiccation in Fern GametophytesPteridologyChambers, Sally; Cole, Piper; Li, Fay-Wei.gametophyte
dessication tolerance
relative humidity manipulation
metabolomics
proteomics
gene expression
Ferns
419Physiological and Morphological changes in Tragopogon (Asteraceae) AllopolyploidsLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasMukhtar, Usama; Tate, Jennifer.polyploidy
physiology
Tragopogon
Evolution
325Phytochemical contents and antioxidant potential of leaves extracts of Aspidistra elatior, Chromolaena odorata, Pennisetum pedicellatum and Stigma maydis in Ekiti State NigeriaEthnobotanyOlanipekun, Mary; Obembe, Olusola Michael.phytochemical
antioxidant
bioactive
steroids
aqueous 
aqueous extracts
327Phytochemical variability and seed yield in three synthetic cultivars of bitter fennel (Foeniculum vulgar var. vulgare)PhytochemicalAkbari, Azam; Izadi Darbandi, Ali; Bahmani, Keivan.Fennel
synthetic cultivar
seed yield
essential oil
phenolic profile
565Placing the origins of phenotypic novelties in Caryophyllales in a geologic and evolutionary contextInnovation and Novelty in the Evolution of PlantsStull, Gregory; Walker-Hale, Nathanael; Maeda, Hiroshi; Yang, Ya; Brockington, Samuel; Smith, Stephen.betalains
Carophyllales
Fossils
innovation
novelty
paleobotany
trait evolution
90Plagiarism in the Poaceae: the role of lateral gene transfer in grass evolutionComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsDunning, Luke; Raimondeau, Pauline; Bianconi, Matheus; Pereira, Lara; Parisod, Christian; Christin, Pascal-Antoine.phylogenomics
Poaceae
lateral gene transfer
1057Plant-centered transdisciplinary collaborations enable effective and equitable climate change mitigation and advance plant scienceEthnobotanyBartkovich, Louisa; Baumgardner, Aaron; Wadgymar, Susana.collaboration
Equity
transdisciplinary
community-based
climate change
mitigation
communication
Outreach
agriculture
urban planning
policy
climatic burdens
Foraging
community garden
723Plant-pollinator relationships, biogeography, and climatic niche shape the evolution of florally diverse, Neotropical Hillieae (Rubiaceae)MacroevolutionBall, Laymon; Lagomarsino, Laura.biogeography
niche evolution
Neotropics
Pollination syndromes
Rubiaceae
targeted sequencing
1291Plant affinities for serpentine soils in California: an updated databaseRecent Topics PostersMiller, Jesse.Serpentine
ultramafic
California
Edaphic
serpentine endemic
endemism
CAFP
indicators
Eriogonum
Streptanthus
468Plant community patterns and a flora of six Lower Mississippi River islandsEcologyMcCartha, Grace; Sims, Caity; Kosnik, Brendan; Mathew, Jones; Abbott, J. Richard; Benton, Ben; Mangan, Scott; Marsico, Travis D..flooding
Biodiversity
Mississippi River
Community composition
flora
1019Plant Diversity in the Deserts of Sindh Used for the Veterinary Disorders and Sustainable Development of LivestockEthnobotanyYaseen, Ghulam; Ahmad, Mushtaq; Zafar, Muhammad; Sultana, Shazia.Deserts
Sindh
traditional knowledge
Ethnoviternary
1331Plant essential oils for the management of soybean white mold disease Recent Topics PostersCreanza, Joseph; Larsen, Garrett; Siragusa, Gregory; Venkateshwaran, Muthu.soybean white mold
plant disease management
plant essential oil
787Plant evolution on cliffs and bare rocky outcrops: a synthesis and case study in the rock daisy tribe (Perityleae; Compositae)BiogeographyLichter Marck, Isaac H.Edaphics
Asteraceae
rare plants
ecological specialization
biogeography
sky islands
perityleae
rock daisies
Evolution
657Plant Humanities Lab: A cross-discipline education resourceEducation and Outreach Krakos, Kyra Neipp; Ashley, Buchanan.Education
cross cultural education
multi-discipline teaching
ethnobotany
plant humanities
botanical libraries
80Planting Inquiry in Undergraduate Science ClassesConference WideUno, Gordon; Poston, Muriel; Monfils, Anna.
1038PlantingScience: Promoting Students' Science Identity through Online MentoringBSA-WideHartley, Jennifer; Adams, Catrina.K12
Education
mentoring
439Planting Seeds for the Future: Cultivating an Anti-Racist Environment Starts NowBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesAllen (Shamsid-Deen), Maya L..Black Botanists Week
Anti-Racism
12Planting the seeds of science communicationConference WideValdes, Imeña; Anghel, Ioana; Lichtenberger, Taran; Edwards, Molly; Alexander, Teressa; Martine, Chris; Williams, Tanisha; Corder, Brandon; Jacobs, Sarah; Xingwen, Loy; Parsley, Kathryn; Suissa, Jacob.
160Plants, Science, and the Endangered Species ActAddress of the BSA President-Elect - Vivian Negron-OrtizNegron-Ortiz, Vivian.
360Plants vs. Devils: witchcraft in Sonora Market, Mexico CityEthnobotanyTejada, Natasha Muñoz; Torres Montufar, Jaime Alejandro; García González, Gabriel.ethnobotany
Witchcraft
Urban
227Plants vs. Pollution: Exploring salt and cadmium stress response in Sea RocketMolecular EcologyVanden Hoek, Kathryn; Ogoti, Tasha; Thomas, Shawn; Mendoza Cozatl, David; Pires, Joseph.ecology
climate change
pollution
Abiotic stress
hydroponics
1292Plant Tracer: A smart phone app to track and quantify plant movement from time-lapse moviesLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasBrenner, Eric; Zhao, Winnie; Mao, Yixiang; Guercio, Angelica; Plass, Jan; Wang, Yao.
534Plant vigor and phenological synchrony explain variation in defense against galling cynipid wasps of valley oak (Quercus lobata) in a large common garden experimentEcologyIvey, Christopher; Raether, Constantin; Wright, Jessica; Sork, Victoria.galls
Quercus
valley oak
herbivory
phenology
plant vigor
relative growth rate
bud burst
common garden
provenance trial
Cynipidae
883Plastid phylogenomics and molecular evolution of fully mycoheterotrophic ThismiaceaeComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsGarrett, Natalie (Lis); Viruel, Juan; Klimpert, Nathaniel; Soto Gomez, Marybel; Lam, Vivienne; Merckx, Vincent; Graham, Sean.Plastid genome degradation
Purifying selection
Mycoheterotrophy
Heme biosynthesis
Genome rearrangement
Gene loss
59Plastid phylogenomics of the Sansevieria Clade of Dracaena (Asparagaceae) resolves a recent radiationPhylogenomicsLarridon, Isabel; van Kleinwee, Iris; Shah, Toral; Bauters, Kenneth; Asselman, Pieter; Goetghebeur, Paul; Leliaert, Frederik; Veltjen, Emily.biogeography
convergent evolution
dated phylogeny
genome skimming
succulent plants
875Plastome Structural Evolution in Neo-Astragalus (Astragalus L., Fabaceae)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsCharboneau, Joseph; Cronn, Richard; Liston, Aaron; Wojciechowski, Martin; Sanderson, Michael.Chloroplast genome
Leguminosae
inverted repeat-lacking clade
inversion mechanisms
280Ploidy variation in Rhododendron (Ericaceae) with a focus on the taxonomically complex subsection MaddeniaFloristics & TaxonomyHu, Ling; Tate, Jennifer; Gardiner, Susan; MacKay, Marion.Rhododendron
subsection Maddenia
ploidy diversity
polyploid
flow cytometry
Taxonomy 
249Pollen competition contributes to wide variation in male fertility in the fieldReproductive ProcessesKarron, Jeffrey; Christopher, Dorothy; Semski, Wendy; Trapnell, Dorset; Mitchell, Randall.pollen competition
male fertility
sexual selection
Reproductive Success
Pollination
692
Canceled
Pollen size, pollinator visitation, and the fate of pollen grains during pollination
Reproductive ProcessesStewart, Kyle; Chang, Shumei.Pollen size
Pollen carryover
pollen grain fate
Bumblebee pollination
Ipomoea purpura
497Pollination and postpollination development in the hydrophilous monocot Stuckenia pectinataReproductive ProcessesTaylor, Mackenzie; Wilson, Adam; Dang, Christie; Baker, Emma; Srail, Julie; Klahs, Luke; Williams, Caleb.hydrophily
Pollination
pollen germination
pollen tube growth
Potamogetonaceae
490Pollination syndrome variation in a Penstemon hybrid zoneHybrids and HybridizationStevens, Josh; Wessinger, Carolyn.Penstemon
hybridization
Pollination syndromes
637Pollinator-mediated selection via male fitness drives floral variation across the range of Clarkia xantianaReproductive ProcessesHarrington, Aidan; Briscoe Runquist, Ryan; Moeller, David.
667Pollinator diversity as key element to better understand population genetic diversity in restricted endemic plant speciesReproductive ProcessesValverde, Javier; Medrano, Mónica; Alonso, Conchita; Herrera, Carlos.population genetics
Mediterranean ecosystems
Endemic Species
plant-pollinator interactions
103Pollinator loss causes rapid adaptive evolution of selfing and dramatically reduces genome-wide genetic variability Population Genetics/GenomicsBusch, Jeremiah; Bodbyl-Roels, Sarah; Tusuubira, Sharif; Kelly, John.adaptation
evolutionary potential
experimental evolution
genetic draft
1255Polymorphism - from morphology to interactionsPolymorphism - from morphology to interactionsGowda, Vinita; Ashokan, Ajith.
991Polymorphism: A review on types of polymorphism and trends in morphological polymorphic traitsPolymorphism - from morphology to interactionsGowda, Vinita; Saket, Shrotri.polymorphism
Tropical Botany
1000Population genetics of the polymorphic flowering species Curcuma caulinaPopulation Genetics/GenomicsBhardhwaj, Krithjgnan S; Shrotri, Saket; Gowda, Vinita.
261Population Genetics of Two California Species of Checker Lily (Fritillaria)Population Genetics/GenomicsCARDENAS, ANDREW; Kaur, Arshnoor; Fajardo, Jacklyn; Waselkov, Katherine.Fritillaria
large genome
species delimitation
rare species
424Population genetic study of Calotropis procera (Aiton) W.T.Aiton. in Iran by using SCoT molecular markersPopulation Genetics/Genomicssheidaei, masoud; kordasti, mohammadreza; koohdar, fahimeeh.Genetic diversity
Calotropis procera
DAPC
LFMM
AMOVA
278
Canceled
Population genomics, Demographic history and Spatial Drivers of Genetic Structure in Sino-Japanese Populations of Meehania montis-koyae (Lamiaceae) using ddRAD-Seq data
Population Genetics/GenomicsTiamiyu, Bashir Bolaji; Zhang, Xu; Jose, Cerca; Zhang, Huajie; Wang, Hengchang; Deng, Tao.climate change
Genotype-environment association analysis
Local adaptation
Meehania montis-koyae
ddradseq
561Population genomics and biogeography of Symphyotrichum in Mexico and the eastern U.SBiogeographyDahal, Sushil; Siniscalchi, Carolina; Folk, Ryan.Disjunction
phylogenomics
Symphyotrichum
Plant Biogeography
Aridification
791Population genomics and local adaptation in three herbaceous perennials associated with longleaf pine savannaPopulation Genetics/GenomicsJoines, Jason Paul; Cooper, Elizabeth A; DeWalt, Saara J; Walker, Joan L.landscape genomics
population genomics
Local adaptation
longleaf pine
263Population Genomics of the Native and Invaded California Range of Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri)Population Genetics/GenomicsDuque, Josue; Lopez, Alexander Joseph; Lum, Romy; Waselkov, Katherine.Palmer amaranth
STRUCTURE
population genomics
923
Canceled
Population genomics of the polyploid invasive aquatic fern Salvinia molesta in the Southeastern U.S
Population Genetics/GenomicsSutherland, Brittany.polyploidy
Plant invasion
adaptation
Salvinia
allopolyploidy
459Population genomics reveals convergent evolution and informs conservation in the Echinocereus fendleri group (Cactaceae)Population Genetics/GenomicsFehlberg, Shannon; Fehlberg, Kevin; Beck, James.Cactaceae
Echinocereus
conservation
ddradseq
convergent evolution
597Population structure, demographics and local adaptation of the arctic dwarf birch (Betula nana) in relation to the arctic tussock cottongrass (Eriophorum vaginatum) in north central AlaskaMolecular EcologyStunz, Elizabeth; Fetcher, Ned; Mohl, Jonathon; Moody, Michael.arctic
climate change
landscape genomics
Betula nana
Eriophorum vaginatum
environmental niche modeling
Refugia
187Population structure of the gypsophilic Nama stevensii (Family Hydrophyllaceae) in northwestern OklahomaLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasLang, Angela; Messick, Jennifer.ddradseq
Nama stevensii
Gypsophilic
525Porus species boundaries between Mimulus glaucescens and M. guttatus in Butte and Tehama counties, CaliforniaHybrids and HybridizationIvey, Christopher; Habecker, Nicole; Bergmann, Jean-Phillipe; Ewald, Jacob; Coughlan, Jenn.speciation
reproductive isolation
hybridization
introgression
monkeyflower
Mimulus
Erythranthe
species delimitation
Species Distribution Modeling
gene flow
889Positive Nocturnal Stem Pressure in Avocado and Other LauraceaePhysiologyMichaud, Joseph M.; Mocko, Kerri; De Guzman, Samantha T.; Nguyen, Khoi T.; Pieters, Vanessa N.; Garcia, Jessica; Zou, Yu; Schenk, H. Jochen.xylem
positive pressure
water relations
stem
bark
1014Predicting future Arctostaphylos species distribution using machine learningBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationKao, Jenni; Huang, Yi; Morrison, Glen R; Litt, Amy.manzanita
climate change
California Floristic Province
Machine Learning
conservation
656Predicting the Distribution of Soil Microbes Associated with an Emerging Fungal DiseaseEcologyHaydt, Natalie; Neuman-Lee, Lori; Jeff, Shaver; Randolph, Jay; Bellis, Emily.microbes
snake fungal disease
Species Distribution Modeling
615Predicting the future with pawpaw, Asimina reticulataMolecular EcologyMercier, Kathryn; Michelangeli, Fabian; Carnaval, Ana.Annonaceae
species distributions
Southeast US
RADseq
Ecological niche model
conservation
170Predictive niche modeling of pests and pathogens of major US crop commoditiesEcologyRandle, Christopher; Bianchi, Laura; Brenek, Austin; Castillo, Jesus; Galle, Nicholas; Hankins, Kayla; Nobleza, Kenneth; Reger, Nicholas; Williams, Justin.Species Distribution Modeling
Invasive
Pest
agriculture
336Progress on the Open Green Genomes Project, a DOE Joint Genome Institute Community Science Program InitiativeComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsLeebens-Mack, Jim.comparative genomics
Vascular Plants
Embryophytes
623Projected Distributional Shifts Due to Climate Change for Rhexia (Melastomataceae)Conservation BiologyDeLeon, Lyanna; Mendez, Karina; Mabry, Makenzie; Gaynor, Michelle; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas.Rhexia
Ecological niche model
climate change
polyploid
Meadow Beauty
119Protein reservoirs of seeds are composites of amyloid and amyloid-like structures facilitating germinationDevelopment and StructureSinha, Nabodita; Zahra, Talat; Thakur, Ashwani.native seed
protein aggregate
amyloids
functional traits
1044Providing scale to a known taxonomic unknown – at least a 70-fold increase in species diversity in a cosmopolitan nominal taxon of lichen-forming fungiBryology and LichenologyClancy, Jeffrey Andrew; Yan-yun, Zhang; Leavitt, Steven.alpine
Cryptic Species
genome skimming
species delimitation
546Proximate, Elemental And In-vitro Anti-sickling Analysis Of Leave Extracts Of The Three Khaya Species Found In NigeriaEthnobotanyOyedapo, Ololade; Agbedahunsi, Joseph; Olutayo, mojisola.
717Pruning the ironweeds: diversity, evolution, and phylogenetic placement of the distinctive genus Distephanus (Compositae)SystematicsGostel, Morgan; Funk, Vicki; Kelloff, Carol; Loeuille, Benoit.
531Putting our heads together: utilizing comparative genomics to understand capitulum development and evolution in the AsteraceaeA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkJones, Daniel; Bonifacino, Mauricio; Burke, John; Mandel, Jennifer; Nimchuk, Zachary.Floral Development
Meristem development
Transcriptomics
comparative genomics
Asteraceae
728Quantification of Genetic Diversity of Ohio’s Lakeside Daisy Using Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism Molecular MarkersPopulation Genetics/GenomicsRoss, Gillian; Philpott, Megan.AFLP
Lakeside daisy
Genetic diversity
1315Quantifying and describing the pollination biology of the Texas wildflower Phlox drummondii Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasBurgin, Grace.Pollination
plant-pollinator interactions
355Quantifying diversity in leaf terpenoid profiles across cultivated sunflower breeding poolsCrops and Wild RelativesBlevins, Orion; Bahmani, Keivan; Davis, Rebekah; Mason, Chase.GC-MS
sunflower
terpenes
genetic architecture
breeding pool
germplasm
Helianthus
monoterpenes
sesquiterpenes
leaf
Diversity
1013Quantifying Error in Occurrence Data: A Framework for the Use of Citizen Science and Digitized Herbarium Data in Plant Families of the Southeastern United StatesBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationWhite, Elizabeth.
307
Canceled
Quantitative live imaging of floral organ initiation and floral meristem termination in Aquilegia
Development and StructureMin, Ya; Conway, Stephanie; Kramer, Elena.Aquilegia
Floral meristem
Live imaging
976Quantitative reconstruction of Late Miocene paleoclimate changes in Zhejiang based on plant fossilsPaleobotanywang, jian; xiao, liang; Li, Xiangchuan; wang, Xing.The late Miocene
The Shengxian Formation
Plant fossil
Paleoclimate
1003Raising Young Black BotanistsBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesCannon, Brandi.black botanists
Education
teaching
youth
229Rampant nuclear-mitochondrial-plastid phylogenomic discordance in globally distributed calcifying microalgaePhylogenomicsKao, Tzu-Tong; Wang, Tzu-Haw; Ku, Chuan.coccolithophore
cytonuclear discordance
heteroplasmy
hybridization
inter-organellar discordance
organelle inheritance
marine phytoplankton
protist
549Range-wide patterns of local adaptation and adaptive potential to future climates in western larchThe impact of climate change on plant physiology in natural and agricultural systemsRoskilly, Beth; Aitken, Sally.
165Rapid diversification of vascular architecture underlies the Carboniferous fern radiationMacroevolutionSuissa, Jacob; Friedman, William.macroevolution
 morphology
Anatomy
vascular tissues
Ferns
stelar morphology
796Re-assessment of hybridization between the rare arctic relict Euphrasia hudsoniana and its invasive congener Euphrasia strictaConservation BiologyVallez, John; Carlson, Ryan; Etterson, Julie; Gross, Briana.hybrid
Invasive
relict
978Receptacular or appendicular floral growth: a false dichotomy? A histo-ontogenetic analysis of garden nasturtiums (Tropaeolum) as a case study for an alternative interpretationDevelopment and StructureSmith, Annika; Soltis, Douglas E.; Soltis, Pamela S..
709Recipes for restoration: adding moss to the treatment mix in Washington sagebrushStress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsBailey, Lydia; Bowker, Matthew.biocrust
restoration
ecology
moss
sagebrush
999Reckoning With The Past For Building An Inclusive BotanyPaths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgeAbrahams, Richard; Mabry, Makenzie; Caomhanach, Nuala; Gaynor, Michelle; Pham, Kasey; Williams, Tanisha; Murphy, Kaitlyn A.; Smocovitis, Vassiliki Betty; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.History
Ethics
Taxonomy 
BIPOC
Colonialism
Systemic racism
653Reconciling patterns of trait and niche evolution in polyploid plantsEcophysiologyKrieg, Christopher; Watts, Jacob; Sessa, Emily.polyploidy
ecological niche
trait differentiation
niche differentiation
138Reconstructing evolutionary relationships in the genus Packera (Asteraceae: Senecioneae)PhylogenomicsMoore, Erika; Mandel, Jennifer.chloroplast
nuclear genes
paralogs
phylogenomics
polyploidy
1355Redescription and update of the current and potential distribution area of Impatiens mexicana Rydb. 1910Recent Topics PostersMonzalvo-López, René Josué; Rewicz, Agnieszka; Adamowski, Wojciech; Escorcia-Guerrero, Diana Lizbeth ; García-Montes , Mario Adolfo ; Manríquez-Morán, Norma Leticia .Impatiens
México
morphology
401Red Flowers from California and SpainReproductive ProcessesLeón-Osper, Melissa; Meslow, Elaine; Narbona, Eduardo; Arista, Montserrat; Ortiz, Pedro; del Valle, Jose Carlos; Buide, Marisa; Twadell, Kaitlyn; Whittall, Justen.Anthocyanins
community assembly
flower color polymorphisms
non-pollinator agents of selection
Pollinator attraction
UV digital images
143Red gold or corn silk? Detecting economic adulteration in the world’s most expensive spice: saffronPhylogenomicsHunter, Elizabeth; Literman, Robert; Handy, Sara.saffron
genome skimming
adulteration
economic adulteration
genomics
318Reestablishment and new circumscription of Jupunba and Punjuba (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae, mimosoid clade) based on morphological and phylogenetic evidenceSystematicsIganci, Joao; Soares, Marcos Vinicius B.; Guerra, Ethiéne; Morim, Marli Pires.Abarema 
Fabaceae
morphology
Neotropics
nomenclature
585Reevaluating Eocene “Aleurites” leaves and “Clethra” infructescences from western North AmericaPaleobotanyCorrea, Julian; Manchester, Steven; Allen, Sarah.Eocene
Cucurbitales
Tetramelaceae
fossil
Infructescence
leaf
77Reference-free and bait-guided phylogenetic inference and species identification in the ginseng genus Panax (Araliaceae) using genome skim dataPhylogenomicsLiterman, Robert; Fairbanks, Regina; Liu, Jing; Liu, Bin-Bin; Nie, Zelong; Ren, Chen; Johnson, Gabriel; Wen, Jun; Zimmer, Elizabeth; Hunter, Elizabeth; Handy, Sara.Panax
ginseng
baits
genome skimming
phylogeny
species identification
234
Canceled
Regulation of the Dhurrin Biosynthetic Pathway in Sorghum halepense seedlings
Functional Genetics/GenomicsPurvis, Connor; Rentsch, Jeremy; Jones, Elizabeth.defense pathways
gene expression
264Regulation of the Dhurrin Biosynthetic Pathway in Sorghum halepense seedlingsFunctional Genetics/GenomicsPurvis, Connor; Rentsch, Jeremy; Jones, Elizabeth.gene expression
defense pathway
163Relationships between the bat Choeronycteris mexicana and cacti: what can morphology tell us about specialization in pollination systems?EcologySánchez-Collazo, Xiumy Michelle; Figueroa-Castro, Dulce; Gutiérrez-Blando, Cirene; López-Tellez, María Concepción.Central Mexico
generalist pollinator
morphometric analyses
morphological correspondence
specialist pollinator
777Repeated defoliation mediates growth and alters the composition of root-associated fungi in big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii) seedlingsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsEllenwood, Jalynn; Johnson, Shaylee; Garcia-Kerboul, Marjorie; Helzer, Christopher; Pec, Gregory.Andropogon gerardii
defoliation
root-associated fungal communities
526Replicated radiation of a plant clade along a cloud forest archipelagoBiogeographyDonoghue, Michael; Eaton, Deren; Maya-Lastra, Carlos; Landis, Michael; Sweeney, Patrick; Olson, Mark; Cacho, N. Ivalu; Moeglein, Morgan; Gardner, Jordan; Heaphy, Nora; Castorena, Matiss; Segovia Rivas, Ali; Clement, Wendy; Edwards, Erika.evolutionary radiation
biogeography
leaf
molecular phylogenetics
528Reproductive biology and seed ecology of the rare endemic Zapata Bladderpod (Physaria thamnophila)Conservation BiologyJohnson, Sara; Coons, Janice; Molano-Flores, Brenda.seed yield
plant-insect ecology
seed set
pollinator
reproductive biology
bladderpod
rare plants
breeding system
202Reproductive biology of buzz pollinated Primula meadiaReproductive ProcessesDegenhardt, Katrina; Karron, Jeffrey; Mitchell, Randall; Christopher, Dorothy; Rush, Richard.Pollination
buzz pollination
breeding system
pollen
pollinator foraging behavior
201Reproductive contributions of chasmogamous and cleistogamous flowers in four mixed-breeding violets in OhioReproductive ProcessesLockhart, Samuel; Ballard Jr, Harvey.Cleistogamy
reproductive biology
selfing
Outcrossing
953Research priorities towards conservation, restoration and reforestation using a supra keystone genus, FicusEcologyManage Goodale, Uromi.Ficus
Early regeneration
reforestation
restoration
conservation
species conservation
684Resolving relationships in Cleomaceae using Hyb-Seq, the Angiosperms353 probe set, and herbariaSystematicsSaunders, Theresa; Larridon, Isabel; Barrett, Russell; Baker, William J.; Forest, Félix; Françoso, Elaine; Maurin, Olivier; Roalson, Eric.Cleomaceae
Hyb-Seq
Angiosperms353
phylogenetics
373Resolving species names rapidly and accurately with the “taxastand” R packageBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationNitta, Joel; Iwasaki, Wataru.R
Biodiversity
Taxonomy 
software
866Resolving taxonomic uncertainty and clarifying species boundaries in the Cymopterus terebinthinus species complexPhylogenomicsTaylor, Annie; Smith, James (Jim); Mansfield, Don; Feist, Mary Ann; Buerki, Sven; Darrach, Mark.phylogenetics
species delimitation
Apiaceae
Angiosperms353
species complex
next generation sequencing
198Resolving the reticulate evolutionary history of the New Zealand polyploid-rich genus Azorella (Apiaceae)PhylogenomicsNing, Weixuan; Meudt, Heidi; Nicolas, Antoine; Plunkett, Gregory; Lee, William; Tate, Jennifer.Azorella
Apiaceae
hybridization
Hyb-Seq
whole-genome duplication
phylogenomics
Reticulation
genome skimming
348Restoring Seagrass Meadows as a Tool to Enhance Blue Carbon CapturePhysiologyThorhaug, Anitra; Poulos, Helen; Schwarz, Arthur; Lopez-Portillo, Jorge; Berlyn, Graeme.Restored vs natural seagrass blue carbon
seagrass blue carbon vs barren sand carbon
RAPiD BLUE CARBON CREATION 
SEAGRASS Blue Carbon
358Restoring the Roan: Red Spruce Forest Understory Responses to Canopy Gaps at Roan Mountain, NCEcophysiologyHennessey, Thomas Moore.ecophysiology
restoration
plant ecology
357Reticulate evolution as a potential driver of ecological niche adaptation in Quercus.PhylogenomicsLandis, Henry; Roalson, Eric; Busch, Jeremiah.quercus
phylogenomics
phylogenetics
Reticulation
adaptation
niche evolution
Evolution
911Retrieving and managing large datasets from REFLORA and other databases to obtain information about taxa occurring in the campos rupestresMacroevolutionCortez, Maria Beatriz; Shimizu, Gustavo; Barve, Vijay; Gitzendanner, Matt; Guralnick, Robert; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.campos rupestres
REFLORA
evolutionary patterns
large datasets
R
Python
Checklist
1047Revising the description and diagnosis of the Late Pennsylvanian medullosan Neuropteris lindahli White based on new fossil materialPaleobotanyWilson, Elizabeth; Jud, Nathan.Paleozoic
paleobotany
Medullosales
index fossil
1050Revisiting Renaissance botanical literature in the eighteenth century: To illustrate or not to illustrate--that is the questionBotanical HistoryCook, Alexandra.Renaissance herbals
Rembertus Dodoens
John Gerard
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Botanical images
655
Canceled
Revisiting species-pair concept in genus Usnea (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota)
Bryology and LichenologyOtero, Ana; Lumbsch, Helge Thorsten; Grewe, Felix.Beard-like lichens
high-throughput sequencing  
species delimitation
speciation
1025Revisiting species-pair concept in genus Usnea (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota)Bryophytes and Lichens on the Edges of Changing EcosystemsOtero, Ana; Lumbsch, Helge Thorsten; Grewe, Felix.Beard-like lichens
high-throughput sequencing  
species delimitation
speciation
23Revisiting the Tumamoc GlobeberryConservation BiologyReichenbacher, Frank.Cucurbitaceae
Tumamoca macdougalii
rare plants
population biology
population decline
Sonoran Desert
monitoring study
species conservation
drought
endangered species
threatened species
921Rooting students in their botanical history: a collaborative curriculum for herbarium curators and high school students and educatorsEducation and Outreach Krosnick, Shawn; Moore, Kelly.Herbarium
high school
Curriculum
560Salt tolerance in mangrove ferns: effects of edaphic and atmospheric water availability on leaf structure and functionThe impact of climate change on plant physiology in natural and agricultural systemsHolmlund, Helen; Fuenzalida, Tomas I.; Bryant, Callum; Chen, Hua; Lee, Jiwon; Pittermann, Jarmila; Ball, Marilyn.Acrostichum
cryo-SEM with EDX micro-analysis
Ferns
halophytes
mangroves
Salinity Tolerance
384Sampling biases in herbarium data inflate signatures of climate change: causes and solutionsBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationHearn, David.sampling bias
climate change
Herbarium Digitization
detrending 
order statistics
phenology
spring ephemeral
86Saving Begonia (Begoniaceae) of Mindanao, Philippines: A checklist, lectotypification, conservation and description of new speciesSystematicsNaive, Mark Arcebal.Bukidnon
IUCN conservation status
Philippine Flora
Zamboanga Peninsula
Cucurbitales
411Saving the Imperiled Marilog Forests in Southern Mindanao, Philippines: Inventory, Assessment and Conservation for Sustainable Community UtilizationConservation BiologyAmoroso, Victor; Mohagan, Alma; Acma, Florfe; Lumista, Hannah; Coritico, Fulgent; Rufila, Lilibeth; Bautista, Majella; Melencion, Merced; Leaño, Emmanuel; Escarlos, Jose Jr.; Baron, Elsa; Lithuañas, Chris Rey; Patano, Romeo Jr.; Mendez, Noe; Nobleza, Joevina; Tubongbanua, Romeo Jr.; Hongco, Aldrin.Biodiversity
Community Economic Garden
Local Conservation Area
Assisted Natural Regeneration
Southern Philippines
193Saving the rare northern island mallow on Anacapa IslandEcologyCalloway, Stephanie; Guilliams, C. Matt; Ritter, Matt; Hasenstab-Lehman, Kristen; Yost, Jenn.conservation
rare plants
Island Ecology
Peromyscus maniculatus subsp. anacapae
Seed Predation
Endemic Species
427Scattered Seeds: how aboriginal community foraging could impact physical and nutritional traits of Solanum diversiflorumEthnobotanyWrobleski, Amy; Bliege Bird, Rebecca; Bird, Douglas; Martine, Chris; Williams, Tanisha.Solanum
Solanaceae
ethnobotany
domestication
Food
Food Sovereignty 
Australia
Martu
Traditional Ecological Knowledge
TEK
27Sceletium tortuosum: A review on its phytochemistry, pharmacokinetics, biological, pre-clinical and clinical activitiesEthnobotanyAdetunji, Tomi Lois; Siebert, Frances; Adetunji, Ademola; Harvey, Brian; Gericke, J; Hamman, JH; Van der Kooy, Frank.Aizoaceae
Mesembrine
Serotonin
Sceletium tortuosum
Zembrin®
Psychoactive
Antidepressant
17Science, Art, and You: Harnessing Creativity from Process to ProjectConference WideChan, Patricia; Sipperly, Nicolette; Glos, Rosemary; Pham, Kasey; Guan, Clarice.
1314Search for fungal endophytes through total grass genomic DNA enables the study of Loliinae-Epichloë holobiont evolutionLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasSotomayor Alge, Alba; Moreno Aguilar, María Fernanda; Inda Armendía, Luis Ángel; Zabalgogeazcoa González, Íñigo; Catalán Rodríguez, Pilar.Fungal endophytes
coevolution
genomics
Fescues
phylogenetics
1322Seed germination studies of the federally endangered Apalachicola Rosemary (Conradina glabra, Lamiaceae)Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasBrown, Noah; Carmichael, Amanda; Ligon, Jason; Smith, Ashlynn; Coffey, Emily; Eserman, Lauren.Conradina glabra
Lamiaceae
conservation
Seed germination
517Seed germination studies of the federally endangered Apalachicola Rosemary (Conradina glabra, Lamiaceae)Conservation BiologyBrown, Noah; Carmichael, Amanda; Ligon, Jason; Smith, Ashlynn; Coffey, Emily; Eserman, Lauren.Conradina glabra
Lamiaceae
conservation
Seed germination
117Seedling recruitment characteristics of Tithonia rotundifolia invaded fallow land and its competitive relationship with Chromolaena odorataEcologyBulu, Yetunde; Kekere, Otitoloju.Chromolaena odorata
Tithonia rotundifolia
Soil seed bank
Seedling recruitment
Competitive interaction
813Seed of Rare Wetland Native May Store Well After All!Conservation BiologyLeTierce, Amelie; Finch, Jessamine; Piantedosi, Michael.Gentianaceae
desiccation tolerance
seed banking
Seed germination
conservation
physiology
Propagation
endangered species
native species
Wetland Species
1308Selecting vegetation indices to estimate live fuel moisture in Oklahoma grassesRecent Topics PostersBurke, Antigone; Murray, Bryan; Adams, Henry D.; Gholizadeh, Hamed.fire
Oklahoma
live fuel moisture
remote sensing
797Selection and genetic constraints on clonal investment in a perennial plantReproductive ProcessesSteinecke, Christina; Friedman, Jannice.life history
selection
quantitative genetics
asexual reproduction
Mimulus
438
Canceled
Selection on floral traits in Mimulus guttatus under simulated pollinator decline
EcologyBrazeau, Hannah; Caruso, Christina.plant-pollinator interactions
Mimulus
floral evolution
selection
pollinator decline
557Self-compatible plants on Pohnpei self-pollinate more than their outcrossing mainland relativesReproductive ProcessesYomai, Viann Marie; Williams, Joseph.breeding system
Micronesia
Sexual system
Self-compatibility
81Sex ratio variation in Fragaria chiloensisEcologyMortimer, Sebastian; Ashman, Tia-Lynn; Liston, Aaron.Dioecy
Fragaria
Sex Ratio
855shadie Understory: an online education and research resource for students of botany, evolution, and codingEducation and Outreach Sorojsrisom, Elissa Suphapun; Eaton, Deren.Education
web resource
Python
simulation
Plant Evolution
life cycles
students
1017Similarities between Paleocene and Eocene floras of eastern Asia and western North America and implications for floristic continuity across BeringiaBeringia!: Current Insights on the Geology, Climate, Paleontology, Floristic Assembly, and Biodiversity of a Subcontinent that is Central to Northern Hemisphere BiogeographyManchester, Steven.
133Soil nutrients do not impact leaf investment strategies in sunflowers across the Upper MidwestEcologyBylander, Michael Robert; Mitchell, Nora.SLA
Climate Gradients 
Soil
638Soil respiration varies with vegetative type conversion and water availability in the Santa Monica MountainsEcologySicangco, Camille Kilayko; Regier, Jordyn; Hernandez, Mayra; Davis, Stephen; Holmlund, Helen.drought
Mediterranean climate
postfire
wildfire
chaparral
coastal sage scrub
disturbance
421Solanum acanthophisum: a New Dioecious Bush Tomato Species from the Australian Monsoon TropicsFloristics & TaxonomyMarino, Claire; Williams, Tanisha; Martine, Christopher.Solanum
Solanaceae
morphometrics
new species
Australia
Deaf Adder Gorge
Kakadu National Park
Biodiversity
Taxonomy 
Dioecy
654South African Botanical Perspectives in a Changing Landscape: a view from agriculture to conservation planningBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesMoroenyane, Itumeleng; Koopman, Rupert; Makunga, Nokwanda.agriculture
South Africa
conservation
Landscape
Black Botanists Week
335South African LEAP Schools STEM programs excell at national exams during COVID-19 using cell-phones for learning adaptation during 2 yearsEducation and Outreach Gilmour, John; Thorhaug, Anitra; Ramphele, Mamphela.STEM education Africa 
Ubuntu MATH education
COVID-19 STEM education AFrica 
Female STEM scores on National tests 
LEAP Methods Science &Math
641Spatial expressions of CUC paralogs in the fused organs of honeysucklesDevelopment and StructureZhang, Jingbo; Tong, Jingjing; Clement, Wendy; Donoghue, Michael; Howarth, Dianella.CUC1/2  genes
gene expression
Lonicera
NAC gene family
organ fusion
1023Spatial phylogenetic diversity and endemism in the floristic North American Coastal Plain: a Global Biodiversity HotspotBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationKinser, Taliesin; Allen, Julie; Barve, Narayani; Whitehurst, Lauren; White, Elizabeth; Guralnick, Robert; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas.phylogenetics
Biodiversity
Southeastern Flora
endemism
893Spatial phylogenetics of Fagales: Investigating the history of temperate forestsBiogeographyFolk, Ryan; Siniscalchi, Carolina; Belitz, Michael; Doby, Joshua; Manchester, Steven; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Guralnick, Robert.
1012
Canceled
Spatiotemporal variation in population dynamics of a narrow endemic, Ranunculus austro-oreganus
EcologyThoen, Riley Daniel; Roy, Bitty A; Reed, Paul B; Cruzan, Mitchell; Hendricks, Lauren B; Johnson, Bart R; Pfeifer-Meister, Laurel E; DeMarche, Megan.demography
Prairies
Vital rates
integral projection model
570Species’ life history traits interact to predict island colonization in a global dataset of >3000 speciesMacroevolutionZell, Anne; Grady, Erin; Miranda, Charlotte; Igic, Boris; Grossenbacher, Dena.breeding system
Self-compatibility
correlated trait evolution
biogeography
729Species-specific Differences in Albedo of Terrestrial Mosses: a potential driver of climate feedback in AntarcticaBryology and LichenologyYetley, Zoie; Kiel, Scott; Eppley, Sarah; Rosenstiel, Todd.albedo
Antarctica 
bryophytes
climate change
surface energy balance
75Species-wide genomic resequencing in a model of mutualism in extreme environmentsPopulation Genetics/GenomicsYoder, Jeremy.coevolution
genome resequencing
Pollination
mutualism
landscape genomics
246Species delimitation at marginal areas: Range expansion of the apomictic polyploid Ranunculus auricomus complex following the Last Glacial MaximumBiogeographyBradican, John Paul; Karbstein, Kevin; Tomasello, Salvatore; Dunkel, Franz; Pätzold, Claudia; Hodač, Ladislav; Hörandl, Elvira.biogeography
polyploidy
Ranunculus auricomus
Target Enrichment
apomixis
arctic
Subarctic
672Species delimitation of the Pinus Oocarpae clade using the multispecies coalescentSystematicsGernandt, David; Figueroa Martínez, Dante S..phylogenetics
nuclear genes
pines
632Spore sizes reveal ploidy levels in known and new Great Lakes Bog Clubmosses (Lycopodiella, Lycopodiaceae)Floristics & TaxonomyAugustine, Nathan; Ballard Jr, Harvey.Lycopodiella 
Great Lakes region
Spore sizes
Diploid and polyploid 
544State of Bryophyte Conservation in North America North of MexicoBryophytes and Lichens on the Edges of Changing EcosystemsSchuette, Scott; Townsend, John; Knapp, Wesley.bryophytes
conservation
Biodiversity
Rarity
collaboration
NatureServe
Natural Heritage
443Stem diameter limits phloem conductive area plasticity in Populus tremuloides seedlingsEcophysiologyMiller, Elise; Ray, Dustin; Savage, Jessica.Phloem
Light
Seedlings
Conductive Area
Sieve Elements
Sources
Sinks
330Steviol glycosides from stevia; natural, safe, and zero glycemic sugar substitutesEthnobotanyBahmani, Keivan.Stevia
steviol glycosides
sugar substitutes
zero glycemic
755Stochasticity and pollen capture efficiency in wind-pollinated angiospermsReproductive ProcessesSmith, Claire; Friedman, Jannice.wind pollination
Pollination
stochasticity
plant ecology
130Stomatal size in Populus trichocarpa is related to climate and exhibits plasticity across growing environmentsEcologyMeyer, Chloe; Bangh, Lauren; Zavala Paez, Michelle Estefania; Mitchell, Nora.Stomata
Phenotypic plasticity
Poplar Trees
1260Stress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsStress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsAntoninka, Anita; Ekwealor, Jenna T. B..
989Structural and functional leaf diversity explain variation in photosynthetic capacity across J. regia accessionsEcophysiologyMomayyezi, Mina; McElrone, Andrew.leaf traits
Leaf anatomy
CO2 diffusion
Photosynthetic capacity
stress
314Structural color, cell walls, and the evolution of Viburnum fruitsMacroevolutionSinnott-Armstrong, Miranda; Middleton, Rox; Ogawa, Yu; Jacucci, Gianni; Moyroud, Edwige; Glover, Beverley; Rudall, Paula; Vignolini, Silvia; Donoghue, Michael.fruit color
seed dispersal
endozoochory
structural color
186Structural Variation of Intervessel Pit Membranes in GrapevineDevelopment and StructureSun, Qiang.Grapevine (Vitis vinifera)
Intervessel pit membrane (PM)
PM structural integrity
Primary cell wall
Scanning electron microscopy (SEM)
Vessel system
677Studying Drought and Warming on Lupinus nipomensis Survival and Reproduction through Greenhouse and eDNA Techniques Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasNguyen, Peter; Luong, Justin; Meyer, Rachel; Loik, Michael.species conservation
conservation
DNA
genomics
Evolutionary biology
plant-microbe
Plant Growth
eco-physiology
drought
endangered species
799Studying introgression and species relationships in a high diversity system is to explore the relationship between introgression and divergenceSystematicsAbbo, Tito; Morrison, Glen R; Huang, Yi; Buehlman, Angela; Parker, V. T.; Sanders, Andrew; Jolles, Diana; Stoughton, Thomas; Litt, Amy.Arctostaphylos
introgression
phylogeny
systematics
RADseq
phylogenomics
484Studying reforestation through the approach of adaptive managementEcologySiminitus, Elizabeth.reforestation
ecology
seeds
400Substrate Type Affects the Drying Speed and Desiccation Tolerance of Fern GametophytesEcophysiologyRegier, Jordyn; Hernandez, Mayra; Sicangco, Camille Kilayko; Davis, Stephen; Holmlund, Helen.desiccation tolerance
Ferns
gametophytes
Chlorophyll fluorescence
resurrection plant
dryopteris arguta
812Sun and shade leaves, petioles and branches of Ficus pumila Development and StructureAngeles, Pedro; Ewers, Frank; Lopez-Portillo, Jorge; Cocoletzi, Eliezer; Madero-Vega, Carolina.Leaf anatomy
periderm
sun vs shade adaptations
secondary growth
679Supporting long-term sustainability of ex situ collections using a pedigree-based population management approachConservation BiologyFoster, Jeremy; Walsh, Seana; Havens, Kayri; Kramer, Andrea; Fant, Jeremie B.Brighamia insignis
Genetic diversity
inbreeding
pedigree
pollen viability
strategic crosses
288Supporting plant conservation through field- and collections-based activities at the University of Washington Herbarium, Burke MuseumBiodiversity at the brink: leveraging herbaria for conservation!Giblin, David; Legler, Ben; Olmstead, Richard.Pacific Northwest
plant collecting
Consortium of PNW Herbaria
regional flora
database
image gallery
natural heritage program
invasive species
892Surviving against all odds: two lost and found Sphagnum speciesBryophytes and Lichens on the Edges of Changing EcosystemsMerced, Amelia.Caribbean
conservation
climate change
Sphagnum
land use
herbaria
153Sustaining plant biodiversity conservation research with herbarium specimens in a post pandemic worldBiodiversity at the brink: leveraging herbaria for conservation!Roy, Tilottama.Biodiversity
Herbarium
species conservation
Pandemic
44Synthesis of silver nanoparticales from Ephedra intermedia and evaluation of their fungal activityEthnobotanyJahan, Nusrat; mehboob, Murad; Khan, Anwar; zaidi, mudassir.nano particles
Ephedra intermedia
Methanolic extract
1249Tackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardKlymiuk, Az; Cardinal-McTeague, Warren; Heyduk, Karolina.
15Taking the Pain Out of Assessment: How to Measure Impact in Classrooms and BeyondConference WideParsley, Kathryn; Callis-Duehl, Kris.
644Tandem duplication are candidate genes for flower color in GiliaFunctional Genetics/GenomicsMosquera, Veronica; Jarvis, David; Whipple, Clinton.Anthocyanin
flower color polymorphisms
ortholog
paralogs
PacBio
RT-qPCR
500Taxonomic Delimitation of Cercis canadensis (Fabaceae)Floristics & TaxonomyMcNair, Mason C; Hughes, Caitlyn; Leebens-Mack, Jim.morphometrics
QTL
systematics
herbariomics
common garden
578
Canceled
Taxonomic identities of two mystery Solanum seedlots collected in Western Australia
Floristics & TaxonomyHenry, Kaitlin; Williams, Tanisha; Martine, Christopher.Solanum
Solanaceae
Australia
new species
Biodiversity
Undergraduate Research
538Taxonomic novelties on the genus Rubus L. (Rosaceae) in EcuadorFloristics & TaxonomyRomoleroux, Katya Susana; Espinel-Ortiz, David A..Rubeae
Andes
Blackberry
Raspberry
Taxonomy 
350Taxonomy of the genus Ficus section Pharmacosycea (Moraceae) in the Central Andes of PeruFloristics & TaxonomyMitidieri Rivera, Nicole; Cardoso Pederneiras, Leandro; Alban Castillo, Joaquina.Moraceae
Spherosuke
Rosales
Neotropics
756Taxon searches in the Germplasm Resources Information NetworkFloristics & TaxonomySchori, Melanie; Kittell, Karen.Taxonomy 
database
taxonomic names
searches
18
Canceled
Teaching Climate Change in a Botanical Context
Conference WideKrakos, Kyra Neipp; Soltis, Pamela; Koptur, Suzanne.
569Teaching comprehensive climate change classes: what works, what doesn’t work and how to incorporate botanical contentLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasDeVore, Melanie; Pigg, Kathleen.climate change
phenology
Leaf Margin Analysis
489Teaching phylogenetics and evolution with interactive Python coding exercisesEducation and Outreach Eaton, Deren.Education
life history
phylogenetics
software
Python
self-directed learning
614Tecophilaeaceae in Chile: A target sequencing study of a highly endemic geophyte cladeSystematicsRoman, Maria Jose; Burleigh, J Gordon; Scherson, Rosa.Chilean Tecophilaeaceae
systematics
Taxonomy 
245Temperature-Dependent Suppression of Ca2+ Signaling During Effector-Triggered Immunity in PlantsPhysiologyHilleary, Richard; He, Sheng Yang.plant-microbe interactions
climate change
plant immunity
signaling
132Temperature has greater effect on growth strategies in Helianthus than soil typeEcologyNguyen, Thu; Mitchell, Nora.ecology
SLA
Temperature
Growth
472Tempo and mode in the evolution of pith – the contribution of Early Devonian (c. 400 Ma old) euphyllophytes of the Battery Point Formation (Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec, Canada)PaleobotanyTomescu, Alexandru.fossil
paleobotany
Evolution
Development
Evo-Devo
xylem
protoxylem
tracheid
paedomorphic
Anatomy
pith
Devonian
euphyllophyte
stele
actinostele
protostele
765Temporal and environmental factors interact with rootstock genotype to shape leaf elemental composition in grafted grapevinesCrops and Wild RelativesHarris, Zachary; Pratt, Julia; Bhakta, Niyati; Frawley, Emma; Klein, Laura; Migicovsky, Zoë; Kwasniewski, Misha; Miller, Allison.Grafting
Grapevine
Elemental Analysis
environmental heterogeneity
328Testing a Hypothesis of Alpine Plant Community Assembly in the Cascades Range of Washington StateEcologyKleinkopf, Joseph; Giblin, David; Marx, Hannah.alpine
community assembly
Cascades Range
Community Phylogenetics
650Testing for a trade-off between relative growth rate and adaptation to climate across natural ecotypes of ArabidopsisEcophysiologyFletcher, Leila; Scoffoni, Christine; Farrell, Colin; Buckley, Thomas N; Pellegrini, Matteo; Sack, Lawren.arabidopsis
climate
relative growth rate
stress
trade-off
trait-environment relationship
158Testing for long-term acquired thermotolerance in the tropical plant Marchantia inflexaBryology and LichenologyHerath, Hansika; McLetchie, Nicholas.Marchantia inflexa
Heat stress
Acquired thermotolerance
Acclimation
Chlorophyll fluorescence
768Testing the Role that Biotic Interactions Play in Shaping Elevational-Diversity Gradients: An Ecological Metabolomics ApproachEcologyHenderson, David; Sedio, Brian; Tello, Sebastian J; Cayola, Leslie; Fuentes, Alfredo F.; Alvestegui , Belén ; Muchhala , Nathan ; Myers, Jonathan.plant ecology
Tropical biodiversity
Community composition
ecological gradient
madidi
chemical defense
57Tetrapleura tetraptera Domestication: Assessing Growth Performance of Tetrapleura tetraptera Provenances through a Randomized Controlled TrialEthnobotanyKemigisha, Esther; Omujal, Francis.Tetrapleura tetraptera
Growth Performance
Accessions 
Ecological Zone
804The ‘Botanical Nieces’ of William DarlingtonBotanical HistoryMcColl, Ron; Cressler, Walt.scientific networks
women
correspondence
nineteenth century botany
161The afterlives of plants: root decomposition rates of New Zealand tree species are driven by traits on the conservation gradientEcologyLaughlin, Daniel.economic spectrum
fine root
temperate rainforest
ecosystem function
phylogenetic conservatism
Mycorrhiza
plant traits
664The anatomical patterning and genetic rewiring underlying diverse fruit dehiscence mechanisms in poppiesDevelopment and StructurePabon Mora, Natalia; Zumajo, Cecilia; Madrigal, Yesenia; Ambrose, Barbara.Dehiscence zone
Fruit development
Anatomy
Papaveraceae
967The archaeopterid forests of western Laurentia: flora of the Upper Devonian (lower Frasnian) Maywood Formation of WyomingPaleobotanyEl-Abdallah, Samar; Marshall, John; Holterhoff, Peter; Matsunaga, Kelly; Tominello-Remorez, Christopher; Tomescu, Alexandru.Wyoming
fossil
paleobotany
fossil wood
Archaeopteris
Charcoal
Devonian
flora
forests
405The Australian Angiosperm Tree of Life projectPhylogenomicsAllnutt, Theodore; Barrett, Matthew; Brown, Gillian; Crayn, Darren; Jackson, Chris; Lum, Mabel; McLay, Todd; Murphy, Daniel; Nargar, Katharina; Sauquet, Hervé; Schmidt-Lebuhn, Alexander; Shepherd, Kelly; Simpson, Lalita; Van Dijk, Korjent; Waycott, Michelle.Australia
target-capture
phylogenomics
Angiosperms
527The Beaver Creek Flora, a late-Eocene or early Oligocene Flora of Southwestern Montana: A Diverse Window into the Changing Environments of the North American WestPaleobotanyHamersma, Ashley; Manchester, Steven.Oligocene
Eocene
paleobotany
Montana
Cenozoic
Disjunction
520The biotic component on the splitting and divergence of lineages: A case study in CarexEcologyBenítez, Carmen Benítez; Jiménez-Mejías, Pedro; Calleja-Alarcón, Juan Antonio; Sanz-Arnal, María; Vargas, Pablo; Lara, Francisco; Garilleti, Ricardo; Martin-Bravo, Santiago; Escudero Lirio, Antonio Marcial; Fernández-Mazuecos, Mario; Calatayud, Joaquín; G. Medina, Nagore.Environment Interactions
allopatric distribution
biotic drivers
abiotic drivers
GBS
co-occurring species
competitive exclusion
genetic distances
418The botany of "Mars": ongoing floristic work at the Mars Desert Research Station, UtahFloristics & TaxonomySokoloff, Paul; Murray, David; McBeth, Samantha; Irvine, Michael; Saarela, Jeffery; Srivastava, Anushree; Murakami, Yusuke; Freebury, Colin; McMullin, Troy; Doubt, Jennifer; Rupert, Shannon.Floristics
Utah
Planetary Analog
926The comparison of the reproductive ecology of Castillaja coccinea in Missouri glade and prairie habitats in drought vs non-drought yearsReproductive ProcessesOderman, Kiersten; , Rida Sait.
1022
Canceled
The comparison of the reproductive ecology of Castillaja coccinea in Missouri glade and prairie habitats in drought vs non-drought years
Reproductive ProcessesOderman, Kiersten; , Rida Sait; Krakos, Kyra Neipp.
963The conservation of sexual systems and sex-determining regions in the dioecious species of MyricaceaeComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsAkozbek, Laramie; Carey, Sarah; Hale, Haley; Leslie, Goertzen; Harkess, Alex.Dioecy
Myricaceae 
k-mer
Sex chromosome
sex-determining region
121The curious case of CUC in corolla tube formation in MimulusDevelopment and StructureGurung, Vandana; Diggle, Pamela; Yuan, Yaowu.Development
Corolla tube
Sympetaly
Evolution
Genetic control
Organ boundary specification
Cup Shaped Cotyledon
Mimulus
980The Distribution of Self-incompatibility is Credibly Amazing and You Will Not Believe the Latest DataReproductive ProcessesIgic, Boris.
879The divergent genetic networks underlying the convergent evolution of seed shattering in riceComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsLi, Xiang; Caicedo, Ana.convergent evolution
seed dispersal
Rice
transcriptomes 
665
Canceled
The draft genome of Schiedea membranacea: a foundation for understanding evolution in the genus
Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsMcDonnell, Angela; Loke, Elena; Moore, Michael; Sakai, Ann; Weller, Stephen; Wagner, Warren; Skogen, Krissa; Weisenberger, Lauren; Wickett, Norman.
492
Canceled
The drivers and consequences of sex chromosome turnover in strawberries
Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsCauret, Caroline; Sternberger, Anne; Liston, Aaron; Ashman, Tia-Lynn.Strawberries
Sex chromosome
transcriptome
122The ecological implications of intra- and inter-species variation in phenological sensitivityEcologyXie, Yingying; Thammavong, Hanna; Park, Daniel.ecoregion
flowering
occurrence
phenological sensitivity
phenological mismatch
spring beauty miner bee
Virginia spring beauty
888The effect of SGA variation in wild tomato species in defense against strains of Fusarium oxysporumCrops and Wild RelativesRashidzade, Maryam; Caicedo, Ana.SGAs
Fusarium oxysporum 
tomato
Inhibition
Tomatine
Dehydrotomatine
Wild
1297The effect of SGA variation in wild tomato species in defense against strains of Fusarium oxysporum.Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasRashidzade, Maryam.SGAs
Fusarium oxysporum
Inhibition
Tomatine
Dehydrotomatine
Wild
tomato
456The evolutionary history and potential function of personate flowers in eastern PenstemonsReproductive ProcessesDepatie, Trinity; Wessinger, Carolyn.Penstemon
personate flowers
Pollination
phylogenetics
450The evolution of structural novelty: A morphological analysis of development in Mimulus and its implications for plant architecture and reproductionDevelopment and StructureNeupert, Deannah; Baker, Robert (Rob); Moore, Rich; Bauer, Jonathan.Structural novelty
Function-valued traits
Mimulus
Scanning electron microscopy
691The first draft genome assembly of the national tree of Peru, quina (Cinchona officinalis, Rubiaceae)Population Genetics/GenomicsSaldaña, Carla L.; Estrada, Richard; Salazar, Wilian; Guerrero-Abad, Juan C.; Vásquez, Héctor V.; Maicelo, Jorge L.; Arbizu, Carlos I..genome
Rubiaceae
NGS
DNA
267The Flora of JI Ranch in Pinal County, Arizona, USALightning Talks – Germinating IdeasMcNair, Daniel; Tu'tsi, Trent; Rocha, Dawn; Ruuska, Alex; Buckles, Avi.Arizona
Floristics
362The funga of a Southeastern USA old-growth forest, Stadium Woods and assessing impacts from human disturbanceMycology & PhycologyHerzog, Christine; Metzgar, Jordan.mycology
old-growth forest
Fungi
649The genetic architecture of floral morphology in Gilia (Polemoniaceae)Development and StructureWhipple, Clinton; deTemple, Joseph; Mosquera, Veronica; Nielson, Bryce.Polemoniaceae
Gilia
flower shape
420The genus Carex (Cyperaceae) in New Zealand: a southern hemisphere diversity hotspot in a boreotemperate genusBiogeographyMartin-Bravo, Santiago; Márquez-Corro, José Ignacio; Ford, Kerry A.; Sanz-Arnal, María; McCarthy, James.biogeography
Carex
New Zealand
Southern Hemisphere
evolutionary radiation
long distance dispersal
928The Greening of a Metabarcoding CURE CourseEducation and Outreach Baker, Stokes.Undergraduate teaching
CURE
Course-based undergraduate research experience 
Metabarcoding
Laboratory Course Assessment Survey 
MinION
Long read sequencing
251The Herbarium of Economic Botany of Ecuador (QUSF)Biodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationValdebenito, Hugo.Ecuador
flora
Economic Botany
169The hydraulic implications of rhizomatous growth and the homorhizic habitPteridologySuissa, Jacob; Friedman, William; Agbleke, Andrews.rhizome
Ferns
homorhizic
hydraulic integrations
physiology
Evolution
microCT
stomatal conductance
296The impact of abiotic factors on flowering phenology and floral traits in a high-altitude plant in changing environmentsThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsBrunet, Johanne.climate change
Phenotypic plasticity
selection
phenology
Floral traits
breeding system
Pollinator attraction
high altitude plant
1254The impact of climate change on plant physiology in natural and agricultural systemsThe impact of climate change on plant physiology in natural and agricultural systemsSavage, Jessica.
1251The impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsBrunet, Johanne; Mulder, Christa.
620The implementation of NGS in Melastomataceae: untangling the recent and rapid diversification of the Miconia sect. Sagraeoides (Melastomataceae) in the Greater AntillesSystematicsBacci, Lucas; Judd, Walter; Michelangeli, Fabian; Cellinese, Nico; Skean Jr, James; Dagallier, Léo-Paul; Majure, Lucas.systematics
genome skimming
biogeography
Mecranium
Target Enrichment
767The influence of chromosome evolution on diversification rates in Carex (Cyperaceae)MacroevolutionTribble, Carrie; José Ignacio, Márquez Corro; Mike R., May; Escudero Lirio, Antonio Marcial; Hipp, Andrew; Rosana, Zenil-Ferguson.Aneuploidy
state-dependent speciation and extinction
RevBayes
Cyperaceae
hidden states
1225The Inside Story: Microbes Living Within Plant TissuesSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsMartínez Hidalgo, María Pilar; Khan, Noor; HUMM, ETHAN; JAYAKARUNAKARAN, AKSHAYA; Hirsch, Ann.nodule microbiome
alfalfa
Plant growth-promoting bacteria
1316The Jefferson Science Fellowship: an impactful opportunity to apply science to policy Recent Topics PostersKnouft, Jason.Science communication
Federal service
policy
Sabbatical
385The Leo A. Galloway Herbarium at Missouri Western State University- showcasing floralspecimens from North West Missouri and adjacent areasBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPar, Esther; Roy, T.
698The Macroevolution of a Smoke-induced Seed Germination TraitMacroevolutionChen, Yanni; Latvis, Maribeth; Perkins, Lora; A. Joshua, Leffler; Johnson, Matt.smoke induced seed germination
macroevolution
phylogenetic signal
Ancestral state reconstruction
trait evolution
829The Murky Species Delimitation of Decaploid Coastal Plain VioletsFloristics & TaxonomyBurwell, Remington N.; Ballard Jr, Harvey.microhabitat
polyploid
common garden
genotyping-by-sequencing
474The mycological and botanical legacy of Swiss naturalist Jean-Frédéric Chaillet (1747-1839)Botanical HistoryGrant, Jason.mycology
Switzerland
new species
97
Canceled
The mystery of North American shrub birches: from researchers to detectives
BiogeographyTouchette, Lyne; Godbout, Julie; Lamothe, Manuel; Isabel, Nathalie; Porth, Ilga.Betula glandulosa
genomics
biogeography
shrub
North American birches
nuclear DNA
chloroplast DNA
ploidy level
146The Mystery of the Mountaintop ThistleEducation and Outreach Ackerfield, Jennifer.Science communication
species delimitation
Cirsium
Funky thistle
943The Native Plant Initiative at South Dakota State UniversityEcologyPerkins, Lora; Boe, Arvid; Latvis, Maribeth; Ehlert, Krista; Leffler, A. Joshua; May, Candace; Nepal, Madhav; Xu, Lan.restoration
seeds
stakeholder engagement
Northern Great Plains
720
Canceled
The origin and expression of sex-linked genes in Vasconcellea parviflora
Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasGallagher, Evan; Harkess, Alex; Moore, Rich.Sex chromosome
sex linked
Dioecy
Reproductive transition
769The Pan-genome Dynamics of Populus Hybrid Zones in Alaska and the Pacific NorthwestHybrids and HybridizationWorthing, Baxter; Phannareth, Tommy; Holliday, Jason; Keller, Stephen.poplar
genomics
pan-genomics
molecular ecology
hybrids
606The papermaking syndrome: using functional traits to explain patterns in ethnobotanyEthnobotanyOjascastro, James; Hart, Robbie.ethnobotany
functional traits
162The Penstemon kunthii draft genome: integrating a genetic map with assembled sequenceComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsSchlenk, Noelle; Wessinger, Carolyn; Hileman, Lena.Penstemon
genome assembly
genetic map
852The People's Herbarium: Digitizing the USDA's Preserved Plant CollectionBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationSvoboda, Harlan.Herbarium
Collections
digitization
specimens
437The phylogeny and biogeography of Primulaceae based on high-throughput DNA sequence dataFrom the backbone to diversification: unraveling the evolutionary history of EricalesLarson, Drew; Chanderbali, Andre; Baker, William; Forest, Felix; Smith, Stephen; Utteridge, Timothy.phylogenetics
phylogenomics
Ericales
biogeography
Angiosperms353
targeted sequencing
675The physiology of phylloplane pH regulation and its consequences on the microbiomeSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsGilbert, Kadeem; Renner, Tanya.phylloplane pH
Gossypium
Nepenthes
Beta vulgaris
Transcriptomics
metatranscriptomics
425The Preliminary Molecular Systematic Study of Bryales (Bryophyta)Bryology and LichenologyShi, Shuo; Li, Lin; Shen, Fengjiao; Niu, Jingyuan; Li, Shuangling; Liu, Yanlei; Zhao, Jiancheng.genome skimming
DNA barcoding
Eocene
Pohlia
Bryaceae
Mniaceae
Mielichhoferiaceae
551The Projected Impact of Climate Change on the Wild Relatives of Eggplant (Solanum melongena)Crops and Wild RelativesFord, Tori M.; Mabry, Makenzie; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.Wild relatives
Solanaceae
Ecological niche model
19The Promises and Perils of Pigments Part2: Quantifying Flower Color Across Scales (Part 1 was presented at Botany 2021)Conference WideWhittall, Justen; Narbona, Eduardo; del Valle, Jose Carlos; Berardi, Andrea.
529The Reinvention of Compositae: Vicki Funk’s legacy in the systematics of the largest plant family on EarthA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkBonifacino, Mauricio; Mandel, Jennifer.Compositae
Asteraceae
systematics
phylogeny
Collections
Herbarium
150The Rich Flora of Ventura County, CaliforniaFloristics & TaxonomyMagney, David.Floristics
Ventura County
California
937Thermal sensitivity across forest vertical profiles: patterns, mechanisms, and ecological implicationsEcologyVinod, Nidhi.leaf traits
forests
microclimate
Temperature
gas exchange
ecosystem
climate change
271Thermal stress impacts urban desert plant physiologyThe impact of climate change on plant physiology in natural and agricultural systemsAparecido, Luiza Maria; Naylor, Kallika; Werner, Isabella; Braithwaite, Raven; Schmidt, Ella; Das, Jnaneshwar; Throop, Heather; Hultine, Kevin.cooling
heatwave
water loss
Sonoran Desert
1024The role of fire and ecological gradients on the phylogeneticcomposition of Coastal Plain pine savannasEcologyKinser, Taliesin; Fill, Jennifer; Crandall, Raelene; Soltis, Douglas.Community Phylogenetics
longleaf pine savannah
fire
Soil
Phylogenetic beta-diversity
management
947The role of hybridization in the expansion of Sitka spruce onto Alaska’s Kenai peninsulaHybrids and HybridizationWolf, Diana; Bowser, Matthew; Takebayashi, Naoki; Magness, Dawn; Morton, John.Sitka spruce
Picea sitchensis
White spruce
Picea glauca
Lutz spruce
Picea X lutzii
hybrid
hybridization
Kenai Lowlands
Alaska
climate change
Range expansion
migration
chloroplast capture
mitochondrial capture
134The Role of Invasive Species and Soil Chemistry in the Community Assembly of the Vertic Clay Endemic Annual Plant Communities of the San Joaquin DesertEcologyFryer, Emma; Rajakaruna, Nishanta; O'Dell, Ryan.community assembly
endemism
soils
invasive species
vertic clay
desert annuals
geoecology
775The Role of Non-native Plants in Urban Bee Visitation NetworksEcologyFelton, Josh; Fogel, Nina; Buehrle, Emily; Clones, Jessica; Miller-Struttmann, Nicole.Pollination
Citizen Science
Plant-pollinator
Urban ecology
non-native species
908The role of volatile organic compound emissions in the development of a hummingbird pollination syndrome in Silene virginicaReproductive ProcessesSharrett, Lucas; Steven, Janet.Caryophyllaceae
Silene
Hummingbird Pollination
Volatile Organic Compounds
Pollination syndromes
plant-pollinator interactions
523The role of wood anatomical traits in the coexistence of oak species along an environmental gradientEcologyArenas Navarro, Maribel; Terrazas, Teresa; García Oliva, Felipe; Torres Miranda, Andres; Oyama, Ken.aridity index
Quercus
fiber
relative hydraulic conductivity
604The Spatiotemporal Origin of Hawaiʻian Blueberries (Vaccinium)From the backbone to diversification: unraveling the evolutionary history of EricalesBecker, Anna; Crowl, Andrew; Fritsch, Peter; Cellinese, Nico; Chanderbali, Andre; Judd, Walter.Hawaii
biogeography
Vaccinium
ericaceae
Ericales
Evolution
Dispersal
1062The systematics, biogeography, and Pleistocene refugia of the parsley ferns (Cryptogramma)PteridologyMetzgar, Jordan.Cryptogramma
ecological niche modelling
divergence time estimation
polyploidy
climate change
496The true blueberries (Vaccinium sect. Cyanococcus) - A first complete phylogenomic hypothesis of diploid taxa and preliminary investigation into polyploidsPhylogenomicsCrowl, Andrew; Fritsch, Peter; Ashrafi, Hamid; Manos, Paul.Alleles
ericaceae
HybSeq
phylogenomics
polyploidy
Target Enrichment
Vaccinium
hybridization
719The Use of Public Gardens as Sentinels of Invasive PlantsEcologyDreisilker, Kurt; Culley, Theresa; Havens, Karyi; Schultz, Brittany; Cavallin, Nadia; Alba, Christina.botanical garden
Invasive
ornamental
arboreta
136The Western Exploration of Alaska's Flora: almost 300 years of adventures, great botanizing, and a few mishapsRegional Botany Special Lecture - Carolyn ParkerParker, Carolyn L..
92Three range limit hypotheses tested in climate-manipulated common gardenEcologyLeventhal, Laura; Ruffley, Megan; Hateley, Shannon; Exposito Alonso, Moi.range limits
drought
genetic swamping
mutation load
1037Title: Analysis of weed suppression as a result of various ecological factors: species richness, phylogenetic dispersion, and soil communityEcologyHoffpauir, Alexandria; Lubin, Terra K.; Bever, James D..invasive species
species richness
percent cover
phylogenetic diversity
AMF inoculation
317Title: Land management in an increasingly complex world: The interaction of fire and herbicide use in natural areasEcologyAlba, Christina; DePrenger-Levin, Michelle.wildfire
Herbicide
community assembly
Cheatgrass
108To Fuse or not to Fuse: Investigating the Evolution and Development of Floral Fusion in the ZingiberalesDevelopment and StructurePhillips, Heather; Landis, Jacob; Specht, Chelsea.Evo-Devo
Evolution
Development
Floral Development
Zingiberales
Costus
NAM/CUC3
448To self or to clone? Mechanisms driving reproductive assurance strategies across wild strawberry genotypesReproductive ProcessesDiller, Carolina; Egan, Paul E.; Stenberg, Johan A..asexual
autonomous selfing
cloning
herkogamy
selfing syndrome
pollen limitation
Reproductive assurance
inflorescence exsertion
Resource allocation
wild strawberry
tradeoff
181Toward a completely open-source 3D printable laboratory: The Biological Affordable Imaging with Raspberry Pi (BAIR) SystemBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationMcNair, Mason C; Cocioba, Sebastian; Pietrzyk, Peter.3d printed
low cost
open source
Citizen Science
wet lab
affordable
451Towards a monophyletic infrageneric circumscription for Adesmia DC. (Dalbergieae, Leguminosae): a taxonomic revision of Adesmia series MuricataeSystematicsIganci, Joao; Monteiro, Thiago Cobra; Mohammad, Vatanparast; Miotto, Silvia; Simpson, Beryl; Klitgaard, Bente; Gwilym, Lewis; Fortuna-Perez, Ana Paula.Adesmia clade
Fabaceae
Papilionoideae
phylogeny
Taxonomy 
183Tracing the Origin of Central California Amaranthus palmeri Populations and Identifying Possible Genes of AdaptationPopulation Genetics/GenomicsFajardo, Kristine; Duque, Josue; Waselkov, Katherine.agricultural weed
Amaranthaceae
Amaranthus palmeri
population genomics
invasive species
58Tracking a Cryptic Invader of the Vancouver Wetland with Genetics and Morphology<Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsBuckholtz, Gracy.Typha
Estuary 
Microsatellite 
Invasive
Cattail 
Vancouver 
50Trait diversity – a novel phylodiversity measure to investigate eco-evolutionary mechanisms of community assemblyPhylogenomicsBorokini, Israel; Allen, Julie; Smith, Stephen; Guralnick, Robert; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Laffan, Shawn; Mishler, Brent.trait diversity
231Traits that Define Invasiveness in Microstegium vimineum (Japanese stiltgrass) at Local and Regional ScalesEcologyHuebner, Cynthia; Corbett, Cameron; Ferrari, Lorenzo; Kosslow, Lauren; Skibicki, Sam; Barrett, Craig.Plant invasion
plant traits
Competition
fitness
Range expansion
Phenotypic plasticity
945Trait Variation as Plants Grow Up: Simultaneous Effects of Ontogeny and Phenotypic PlasticityEcophysiologyFlores, Ana I.; Barton, Kasey.Phenotypic plasticity
Ontogeny
ontogenetic trajectory
leaf traits
Resource allocation
functional traits
spinescence
897Transcriptomic analysis of asymptomatic variety pepper (Capsicum annuum) against the tomato brown rugose fruit virus (ToBRFV)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsHernandez-Gonzalez, Alam.RNA-Seq
Transcriptomics
bell pepper
bioinformatic
845Transcriptomics of seasonal leaf senescence in a deciduous conifer (Larix laricina)Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsAmee, Maurice; Cobo, Irene; Scott, Alison; Maher, Olivia; Wegrzyn, Jill.comparative transcriptomics
seasonal senescence
RNA-Seq
conifer
differential gene expression
501TRANSFER LEARNING FOR AUTOMATED PHENOPHASE PREDICTION OF PARASITIC STRIGABiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationMcCormick, Shelby; Bellis, Emily.Herbarium Digitization
Machine Learning
63Transfer of sclerotinia basal stalk resistance from annual sunflower crop wild relatives into cultivated sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)Crops and Wild RelativesSeiler, Gerald.Genetic resources
species distributions
disease resistance
299Transgenerational plasticity and maternal effects alter drought responses in scarlet monkeyflowerEcologyBranch, Haley; Moxley, Dylan; Angert, Amy.Evolutionary biology
Abiotic stress
phenology
Phenotypic plasticity
epigenetics
462Treasures among the indets: Using unidentified herbarium specimens to locate, describe, and protect new species of Australian SolanumBiodiversity at the brink: leveraging herbaria for conservation!Martine, Christopher; Williams, Tanisha; McDonnell, Angela; Cantley, Jason; Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid; Marino, Claire; Jobson, Peter.Solanum
Solanaceae
Australia
Herbarium
Undergraduate Research
Taxonomy 
Biodiversity
bush tomato
species conservation
89Tree-wildflower phenological mismatch differs across continents in response to spring warmingEcologyLee, Ben; Miller, Tara; Rosche, Christoph; Yong, Yang; Heberling, Mason; Kuebbing, Sara; Primack, Richard.phenological escape
leaf out
flowering
spatial autocorrelation
temperate forest
integrated nested laplace approximation (INLA)
climate change
66Trichome-mediated defense in Mentzelia (Loasaceae)EcologyGlos, Rosemary; Weber, Marjorie.trichomes
plant-insect ecology
nectar
indirect defense
Cornales
786Tuber glycoalkaloid content of wild accessions from Embrapa Potato GenebankCrops and Wild RelativesNicolao, Rodrigo; Marques Castro, Caroline; Heiden, Gustavo.Wild relatives
potato
221Tundra moss transplants reveal host species-specific response of associated N2 fixation rates to environmental changeStress-tolerant mosses: adaptations to life on the edge, from genes to ecosystemsStuart, Julia; Mack, Michelle C.transplant study
bryophytes
stable isotopes
nitrogen fixation
518Two models for teaching online courses on plants and peopleEducation and Outreach Pigg, Kathleen; Weaver-Bryant, Annie; Tuyisenge, Marie-Fidele; DeVore, Melanie.cross cultural education
Online Education
Economic Botany
826Two shifts in evolutionary lability explain many independent origins of nitrogen-fixing nodulation symbiosis in angiospermsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsKates, Heather; Folk, Ryan; Guralnick, Robert; LaFrance, Raphael; O’Meara, Brian; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.nitrogen-fixing plants
phylogenomics
nodulation
Symbiosis
nitrogen fixation
582Ubiquitous presence of invisible UV-absorbing flavonoids in flowering plants irrespective of flower colorReproductive Processesdel Valle, Jose Carlos; Narbona, Eduardo; Arista, Montserrat; Ortiz, Pedro; Buide, Marisa; Whittall, Justen; Rodríguez-Castañeda, Nancy; De Camargo, Gabriela; Morellato, Patricia.Flower color
pigments
Flavonoids
mediterranean
Brazil
chlorophylls
carotenoids
Campo rupestre
Spain
Abiotic stress
Anthocyanins
non-pollinator agents of selection
860
Canceled
Unaccounted diversity of Cycad reproductive structures: A permineralized pollen cone from the Late Cretaceous of the Ladd Formation, California, USA
PaleobotanyElgorriaga, Andres; Atkinson, Brian.Mesozoic
Cretaceous
North America
Cycadales
pollen cone
Anatomy
Evolution
phylogeny
435Uncertain timescales in plant macroevolutionMacroevolutionCarruthers, Tom.divergence time estimation
macroevolution
Diversification
uncertainty
339Uncovering the biogeographic history of the Neotropical Tillandsia subgenus TillandsiaBiogeographyVera Paz, Sandra Itzel; Díaz Contreras Díaz, D. D; Montes-Azcue, Claudia; Jost, Matthias; Hernández-Gutiérrez, Rebeca; Magallon, Susana; Sánchez Gonzáles, Luis Antonio; Salazar, Gerardo; Wanke, Stefan; Granados Mendoza, Carolina.Tillandsia
plastome
Neotropics
610Uncovering the hidden reaction norm: non-linearites in plastic responses to multiple stressorsEcologyHiatt, Drew; Kendig, Amy; Flory, S. Luke.Phenotypic plasticity
Plant invasion
functional traits
104Uncultivated diversity of sulfur-cycling bacteria occurring in ecologically diverse vegetated salt marsh sedimentsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsPeredo, Elena L; Pérez Castro, Sherlynette; Mason, Olivia; Vineis, Joe; Bowen, Jennifer; Mortazavi, Behzad; Ruff, Emil; Paul, Blair; Ganesh, Anakha; Giblin, Anne; Cardon, Zoe.Symbiosis
Metagenomics
Gene diversity
Comparative -omics
40Understanding ethnobotanical, chemical, and genetic diversity in the edible/medicinal/toxic plant Dysphania ambrosioides in GuatemalaEthnobotanyFaber, Tabitha; Montejo, Angelita; Calderon, Claudia; Keefover-Ring, Ken.Dysphania
traditional knowledge
phytochemistry
collaboration
Guatemala
medicine
edible
961Understanding impacts of AMF phylogenetic diversity: how Sorghum plant traits respond to 36 diverse fungal speciesMycology & PhycologyConway, Megan; Mowbray, David; Mendoza, Marvin; Giguere, Madlyn; Mason, Chase.mycology
ecophysiology
Mycorrhizae
AMF
216Understanding Phylogenetic Diversity and Endemism in the Greater Antilles: Caribbean Melastomes as a Case Test ExampleBiogeographyNaranjo, Andre; Majure, Lucas.Melastomes
phylogenetic diversity
endemism
CANAPE
Greater Antilles
749Understanding the capacity of Douglas-Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) to adapt to droughtThe impact of climate change on plant physiology in natural and agricultural systemsRibeiro, Rafael Candido; Lind, Brandon; Lu, Mengmeng; Singh, Pooja; Obreht Vidakovic, Dragana; Yeaman, Sam; Aitken, Sally.Local adaptation
drought tolerance
GWAS
candidate genes
assisted gene flow
Phenotypic variation
adaptive traits
343Understanding the factors influencing reduced seed production of a spiny and struggling cactusEcologyRamadoss, Niveditha; Orduño-Baez, Amy Karina; Portillo, Carlos; Steele, Scarlet; Rebman, Jon; Flores-Renteria, Lluvia.Cylindropuntia 
seed set
sexual dimorphism 
1060Understanding the history and distribution of Asclepias prostrata in South TexasConservation BiologyGonzalez, Elizabeth Ann; Feria, Teresa.
1021Understanding the population genetics of a rare and endangered plant species (Amsonia tharpii) across a fragmented landscapePopulation Genetics/GenomicsCohen, Dylan; Skogen, Krissa; Fant, Jeremie B; Doucet, Alissa; Young, Kyann.population genomics
rare species
ddradseq
habitat fragmentation
conservation
Amsonia tharpii
934Understanding trade-offs in vegetative reproduction through bulbils in Globba L. (Zingiberaceae)EcologyYadav, Ritu; Gowda, Vinita.Globba
Zingiberaceae
asexual reproduction
Bulbils
869Unearthing Untold Stories and Learning from the PastBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesWilliams, Tanisha.Black Botanists Week
Diversity
Equity
Inclusion
Anti-Racism
Social Justice
1329Unraveling the Complexity in the Signaling Pathways that Enable Symbiotic Association of Poplar with Diverse Group of Ectomycorrhizal FungiRecent Topics PostersHeadley, Alyssa; Finseth, Kaylee; Plenty, Nicole; Larsen, Garrett; Lazar, Frank; Siragusa, Gregory; Venkateshwaran, Muthu.Ectomycorrhization
Symbiosis
plant-microbe interactions
symbiotic signaling
478Untangling parallel evolution and expansion of leafy and turnip morphotypes in Brassica rapaMolecular EcologyAn, Hong; Mabry, Makenzie; Blischak, Paul; Pires, Joseph; McAlvay, Alex.parallel evolution
Diversification
Brassica rapa
domestication
55Untying Gordian knots: Unraveling reticulate polyploid plant evolution by RRS genomic data using a large non-model species complexPhylogenomicsKarbstein, Kevin; Tomasello, Salvatore; Hodac, Ladislav; Wagner, Natascha; Marincek, Pia; Barke, Birthe Hilkka; Pätzold, Claudia; Hörandl, Elvira.allopolyploidy
apomixis
genome composition
Hyb-Seq
nuclear genes
plastome data
RAD-Seq
Ranunculus auricomus
726Update on the Pliocene Gray Fossil Site (Tennessee, U.S.A.) macrofossil flora: Diversity and biogeographyPaleobotanyHermsen, Elizabeth.fossil
Neogene
Cenozoic
Tennessee
eastern North America
biogeography
625Upslope migration of subalpine bees reinforces alpine visitation network structure but disrupts pollination servicesReproductive ProcessesMartin, Valerie; Miller-Struttmann, Nicole.climate change
pollination services
visitation network
alpine ecology
224Usability of Biodiversity Databases to Answer Questions About Plant HybridizationHybrids and HybridizationJolman, Devani; Wallace, Lisa.hybridization
Biodiversity Informatics
Herbarium Digitization
Distribution Mapping
Biodiversity Database
390Using a Machine Learning approach to study functional trait diversification in HelianthusEcophysiologyMajumder, Sambadi; Mason, Chase.sunflower
Helianthus
Machine Learning
functional traits
Evolutionary biology
ecophysiology
Algorithms
380Using an ex-situ conservation nursery to identify a core mycobiome in the endangered tree Torreya taxifoliaMycology & PhycologySykes, Brooke; Crown, Jessie; Lutzoni, Francois; Renwick, Annabel; Skarha, Shannon; Arnold, A. Elizabeth.plant-microbe
endophyte
mycology
nursery
522Using basketry as a tool for teaching cross cultural competences in plant biology classesLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasMoses, Judith; Tuyisenge, Marie-Fidele; DeVore, Melanie; Pigg, Kathleen.ethnobotany
basketry
cross cultural education
929Using bioinformatics and biochemistry to characterize fungal sugar transporters from lichenizing fungiBryology and LichenologyPiecz, Margaret; McDonald, Tami.
1310Using citizen science to survey anther color variation in GeraniumRecent Topics PostersBlanco, Summer; Chang, Shumei.Flower color
Citizen Science
iNaturalist
1311Using Citizen Science to survey flower color variationLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasBlanco, Summer; Chang, Shumei.Citizen Science
Flower color
252Using comparative genomics to elucidate the distribution and life histories of Jamesianthus alabamensis and related generaConservation BiologyCliver, Brannan; Jones, Daniel.conservation
genomics
Tageteae
734Using deep learning image clustering to aid species delimitation within the Vitis arizonica complexBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationFochesatto, Stefano; Shavlik, Matthew; Ickert-Bond, Steffi; Hodel, Richard; Wen, Jun.deep learning
Machine Learning
Vitis arizonica complex
species delimitation
herbarium specimens
8Using deep learning with digitized herbarium specimen image dataConference WideHodel, Richard; Soltis, Pamela; Ickert-Bond, Steffi; Fochesatto , Stefano; weaver, William.
7Using Digitized Herbarium Data in Research: Applications for Ecology, Phylogenetics, and BiogeographyConference WideSoltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Beach, James (Jim); Gaynor, Michelle; Cortez, Maria Beatriz; Mabry, Makenzie.
1058
Canceled
Using digitized herbarium specimens to identify evolutionarily diverse hotspots in Florida
Biodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationWhitehurst, Lauren; Kinser, Taliesin; Allen, Julie; Barve, Narayani; White, Elizabeth; Guralnick, Robert; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas.phylogenetics
conservation
digitization
Herbarium
systematics
876Using droplet digital PCR to examine the role of homeolog expression bias in flower color evolution in Nicotiana allopolyploids of different agesPhytochemicalTobin, Trinity M.; McCarthy, Elizabeth.allopolyploidy
Anthocyanins
droplet digital PCR
Evolution
flavonols
homeolog expression bias
Nicotiana
700Using Eco-Physiology to Inform Conservation Outcomes: Photosynthetic Responses to Salinity in Two Endangered Alkali Vernal Pool Species of AtriplexEcophysiologyMirza, Humera; Arteaga, Marc; Santiago, Louis.ecophysiology
threatened species
endangered species
Atriplex coronata
Atriplex parishii
Chlorophyll fluorescence
salinity tolerence
984Using floral trait-based pollination networks to understand community assembly in tropical laterite grasslandsEcologyKaur, Sukhraj; Shrotri, Saket; Gowda, Vinita.visitation network
community ecology
Floral traits
community assembly
tropical grassland
mass flowering
1034Using Genome of South American Marsh Pitcher Plant Heliamphora to Understand the Emergence of Plant Carnivory in the Lesser-known Carnivorous Lineage in Ericales and the Convergent Evolution of Plant CarnivoryFunctional Genetics/GenomicsLiu, Sukuan; Smith, Stacey.carnivorous plant
Evolution
carnivorous
genome
transcriptome
67Using Genomic Analysis to Assess Diversity and Clonal Propagation of the Florida Skullcap (Scutellaria floridana)Population Genetics/GenomicsHanko, Gina; Negron-Ortiz, Vivian; Moore, Rich.species conservation
genetics
1328Using genomics to understand genetic variation and gene flow among populations of a rare island endemic oak, Quercus tomentellaRecent Topics PostersMead, Alayna; Knapp, John; Fitz-Gibbon, Sorel; Sork, Victoria.conservation
population genomics
Quercus
gene flow
609Using Heuchera to infer historical patterns of gene flow driven by Pleistocene glaciation, and why extensive population level sampling is crucial for understanding evolutionary processesSystematicsEngle-Wrye, Nicholas; Folk, Ryan.hybridization
Heuchera
Pleistocene glaciation
population level sampling
696Using landscape genomics to delineate seed and breeding zones for lodgepole pineEcologyYu, Yue.Local adaptation
landscape genomics
breeding zone
Gradient Forest
lodgepole pine
seed zone
809Using leaf mass per area to understand ecological opportunity across fernsPteridologyNg, Molly; Heberling, Mason.phylogenetic signal
Ferns
leaf mass per area
functional trait
747Using lichen communities as indicators of forest age and conservation valueBryophytes and Lichens on the Edges of Changing EcosystemsMiller, Jesse; John, Villella.lichens
old-growth forest
late successional
floristic quality
coefficient of conservatism
conservation
rare species
346Using Molecular and Morphological Data to Uncover Cryptic Species Within Tiquilia palmeriSystematicsCastillo, Gabriela; Sarazen, Jillian; Moore, Michael.Tiquilia
systematics
morphometric analyses
Boraginales
Ehretiaceae
Cryptic Species
Sonoran Desert
175Using RAD capture sequences to investigate the origins of the American Amphitropical Disjuncts Larrea tridentata and Larrea divaricataPopulation Genetics/GenomicsLandis, Jacob; Gaynor, Michelle; Deanna, Rocío; O'Connor, Tim; Nguyen, Khoa; Ng, Julienne; Laport, Robert.long distance dispersal
polyploidy
new world deserts
adaptive radiation
Zygophyllaceae
RAD capture
689Using target capture data for population genetics: assessing allelic diversity within populations of three rare speciesPopulation Genetics/GenomicsGavin-Smyth, Nora; Fant, Jeremie B; Grinage, Ayress; Zhang, Johnathan.population genetics
Target Enrichment
Angiosperms353
Allele phasing
389Using the Google Cloud Platform and Fungal Genomes to teach Undergraduate-Level BioinformaticsEducation and Outreach Allen, Jessica.genomics
Nanopore
Data analysis
Long read sequencing
Quantitative Literacy
Curriculum
814Using WikiEdu platform as a class project in Botany coursesEducation and Outreach Burke, Janelle.Taxonomy 
wikipedia
species pages
Education
973Utilization of Different Agro-Wastes in the Cultivation of Oyster Mushroom: A Sustainable Waste Management ApproachMycology & PhycologyIwuagwu, Mary; Nwaru, Chidi Ezeibe; Alaribe, Iheanyichukwu Chinkata.Agro-waste
Pleurotus species
pollution
waste management
236Utilizing Humboldt to Assess Niche Overlap in E-space of the Cryptic Genus TriodanisBiogeographyCribelar, Morgan; Simmonds, Taylor; Weber, Jenn.Climatic niche
Species Distribution Modeling
biogeography
180Utilizing the long and the short: comparison of different genome assembly programs for a 5.5 GB Liliales genomeComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsLandis, Jacob; De La Cerda, Gisel; Hernandez, Adriana; Zhang, Jing; Powell, Adrian; Givnish, Thomas; Specht, Chelsea; Strickler, Susan.Calochortus
monocot
genome assembly
Nanopore
1306Vaccinieae: Preliminary insights into evolutionary relationships and an updated generic and sectional classification of the blueberry tribe (Ericaceae)Recent Topics PostersCrowl, Andrew; Becker, Anna; Chanderbali, Andre; Manos, Paul; Cellinese, Nico; Judd, Walter; Fritsch, Peter.ericaceae
phylogenomics
plastome
Taxonomy 
biogeography
1061Vapor hydration awakens tough mosses after 5 years of dry storageBryology and LichenologyClark, Theresa; Stanton, Daniel.Bryophyte
vapor hydration
desiccation tolerance
Imaging fluorescence
Syntrichia
607Variability of climatic conditions in southern South American Myrtaceae as a potential indictor of polyploidyBiogeographyBatalla, Martin; Wallace, Lisa.Climatic niches
Myrtaceae
polyploidy
Disjunction
Climatic variability
825Variation in herbivory and defensive chemical production of Thlaspi arvense in subalpine meadows of the Rocky Mountains, COEcologyCousins, Elsa A; Stinson, Kristina.phytochemistry
glucosinolates
Range expansion
herbivory
Brassicaceae
446Variation in pollinator abundance and selection over space and timeReproductive ProcessesGriffin, Jared; Van Etten, Megan.pollinator decline
selection
plant-pollinator interactions
Citizen Science
trait evolution
1009Vascular Flora of the Amargosa Wild and Scenic River, Inyo and San Bernardino counties, CaliforniaFloristics & TaxonomyFraga, Naomi.flora
Floristics
rare plants
California
Mojave Desert
wetlands
992
Canceled
Vascular Plant Flora of Ladd Canyon, Santa Ana Mountains, California
Floristics & TaxonomyDonovan, Daniel; Fisher, Amanda.California
Santa Ana Mountains
Ladd Canyon
Floristics
805Vicki Funk, an influential botanistA Botanist at the Extreme: Honoring the great contributions of Dr. Vicki A. FunkWagner, Warren.Compositae
biogeography
phylogenetic methods
206VIGS Knockdown of CYCLOIDEA in Scaevola aemulaDevelopment and StructureAkhter, Aniqa; Mustacchio, Theresa; Howarth, Dianella.Cycloidea 
Development
Evo-Devo
VIGS
Scaevola
Goodeniacaea
Floral Development
Floral morphology
Genes
197Vinacce: an ethnobotanical study of the sustainable uses of grape pomace found in an injured nerve recipe of the MediciEthnobotanySiegfried, Emma; Jones, Destinie; Krakos, Kyra Neipp; Buchanan, Ashley.
856Walking the Tightrope of a Black Botanist CareerBlack Botanical Legacy: Fostering a Community of Equity in Botanical SciencesHalane, Morgan.Systemic racism
369Weeds at the extreme: infestations in early Māori cultivation systems of Southern PolynesiaFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremePrebble, Matiu.weeds
Polynesia
Pacific islands
cultivation
38Weeds Enhance Pollinator Diversity and Fruit Yield in MangoEcologyKleiman, Blaire; Koptur, Suzanne; Jayachandran, Krishnaswamy.agriculture
insects
weeds
plant-insect ecology
744We have always been scientists: erasure of Indigenous peoples’ scientific knowledge production in Rupert’s LandPaths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgeRacine, Darrell; Klymiuk, Az.History
Indigenous Peoples
Education
representation
1295We turned our campus into an arboretum - and so can you!Lightning Talks – Germinating IdeasWhitcomb, Sean.botanical garden
Arboretum
horticulture
Education
1045What’s happing in foliose Physciaceae – insights into evolution and diversity from broad North American samplingBryophytes and Lichens on the Edges of Changing EcosystemsLeavitt, Steven; Esslinger, Ted.Symbiosis
phylogenomics
high-throughput sequencing  
Cryptic Species
Taxonomy 
822What is a population? Assessing genetic structure of federally endangered Dalea foliosa in Middle TennesseeLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasFox, Skyler; Morris, Ashley.population genetics
plant conservation
Dalea foliosa
molecular ecology
494What is Science Communication? Sharing botany with a broader audienceEducation and Outreach Mendelson, Ellie; Zumajo-Cardona, Cecilia; Ambrose, Barbara.Science communication
Peer-review
Fruits
Leaves
morphology
Accessibility
548What is the longleaf milkweed of the western Gulf Coast?SystematicsFishbein, Mark; Wagner, Carl; Andreev, Victor; Straub, Shannon.species delimitation
Asclepias
Apocynaceae
plastome
morphology
targeted sequencing
nuclear genes
SNP
Taxonomy 
1238What Makes Botanical Illustration ScienceConference WideVorobik, Linda Ann.
493What role does programmed cell death play in staminode evolution in Lepidium (Brassicaceae)?Development and StructurePrater, Nevaeh; Schenk, John.Lepidium
Brassicaceae
floral evolution
staminodes
stamens
programmed cell death
137When is a native not a native? An assessment of pollinator preference of native plants and their cultivated varietiesReproductive ProcessesValdes, Imeña; Finch, Jessamine; Havens, Kayri.native
nativar
phenology
Pollination
cultivar
restoration
628Where have all the flowerflies gone? Multiple drivers of flowering phenology of understory shrubs alter overlap with pollinators in interior AlaskaThe impact of climate change on plants and their interactions with pollinatorsMulder, Christa; Kornhauser, Kara; Diggle, Pamela; Schaub, Eileen; Spellman, Katie.boreal forest
bud preformation
trophic mismatch
solitary bees
syrphid flies
Pollination
ground thaw
120White-tailed deer impacts on tree regeneration and plant species composition in the Cincinnati Parks SystemEcologyKoon, Kallie; Gorchov, David.white-tailed deer
tree regeneration
Community composition
regeneration failure
palatability
724White clover cyanogenesis: dual benefit or double-edged sword?Population Genetics/GenomicsKuo, Wenhsi.Trifolium
cyanogenesis
polymorphism
gene expression
Plant Defenses
766Whole genome duplication and reticulate evolution in the Physcomitrium pyriforme species complexBryophytes and Lichens on the Edges of Changing EcosystemsPatel, Nikisha; Johnson, Matt; Medina, Rafael; Goffinet, Bernard.polyploidy
hybridization
phylogenomics
Funariaceae
37Whom to trust wehn a microsynteny- and gene-content-based topology differs drastically from sequenced-based trees: Juglandaceae as a test casePhylogenomicsRenner, Susanne S.; Bai, Wei-Ning; Zhang, Da-Yong.allopolyploidy
DNA repair
gene-content-based tree
whole-genome duplication
introgression
36Whom to trust when a microsynteny-based topology differs drastically from sequence-based phylogenies: the Juglandaceae as a test casePhylogenomicsRenner, Susanne S.; Bai, Wei-Ning; Zhang, Da-Yong.Microsynteny
Gene content
allopolyploidy
gene-content-based tree
whole-genome duplication
introgression
1321Women in Brazilian BotanyLightning Talks – Germinating IdeasFrazao, Annelise; Santana, Pamela; Scatena, Vera; Viana, Rebeca V. R..women in science
DEI
diversity in science
793Wound-response periderm in an Early Devonian euphyllophyte from the Battery Point Formation (Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec, Canada)PaleobotanyLalica, Madison; Tomescu, Alexandru.fossil
paleobotany
Devonian
periderm
wound response
secondary growth
Anatomy
Canada
euphyllophyte
herbivory
plant-animal interaction
Development
95Write On! Reading and Writing Nonfiction Essays Enhance Undergraduate Botany CoursesEducation and Outreach Kittelson, Pamela.Undergraduate teaching
Botany courses
Nonfiction essays
Science communication
Writing skills
physiology
Lab reports
9You are welcome here!: Cultivating inclusive research labs through intentional mentoring at Primarily Undergraduate InstitutionsConference WideIson, Jennifer; Wu, Carrie; Jud, Nathan; McCoy, Rachel; Lyon, Stephanie; Mulligan, Kimberly.

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