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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
101  Conservation Genomics of Plant Populations in Guadalupe Mountains National Park using Herbarium SpecimensConservation BiologySlimp, Madeline; Hale, Haley; Johnson, Matthew.Conservation Genomics
Angiosperms353
HybPiper
226Aeroallergen of the Texas Panhandle, SEM and Fluorescence Microscopy, PM 2.5 and increased allergy cases and AHPCO NanotechnologyEcologyGhosh, Nabarun; Howard, Aubrey; Bennert, Jeff; Saadeh, Constantine; Vitale, Jay.Aeroallergen, PM 2.5, Allergy cases, Air Purifier
123A Fern WUSCHEL-Related Homeobox Gene Functions in both Gametophyte and Sporophyte GenerationsEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Youngstrom, Christopher; Geadelmann, Lander; Irish, Erin; Cheng, Chi-Lien.Ceratopteris richardii
gametophyte transformation
WOX genes
RNAi
ferns
163AgriScience Teaching Modules Developed through iLEARN WorkshopEducation and Outreach Nepal, Madhav; Browning, Larry; Miller, Matthew; White , P. Troy.
144Analysis of Morphological and Genotypic Variation Among Populations of Lactuca hirsuta var. sanguineaConservation BiologyMurin, Paige; Ballou, Steven; Mandel, Jennifer.Lactuca
conservation
population genetics
Principle Components Analysis
hirsuta
109Anatomical studies of two Chilean Podocarpaceae species: insights to the seed cone and leaf morphological evolution of the familyAnatomy and MorphologyAndruchow Colombo, Ana; Aagesen, Lone; Pozner, Raul.Podocarpaceae
Patagonia
Saxegothaea
Lepidothamnus
South America
Seed cone anatomy
Leaf anatomy
Leaf evolution
Seed cone evolution
217A new phenological metric for use in pheno-climatic models: a case study using herbarium specimens of Streptanthus tortuosusBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationLove, Natalie; Park, Isaac; Mazer, Susan.
107A novel cotton WRKY-gene, GhWRKY6-like, improves salt tolerance by activating the ABA signalling pathway and scavenging of reactive oxygen speciesFunctional Genetics/GenomicsUllah, Abid; Xiyan, Yang.osmotic stress
WRKY
Abscisic acid
Reactive oxygen species
191Anti-allergic and antioxidant activities and Total Phenolics Content of Ya-Ta-KAE-KAN formulaEthnobotanyPHUAKLEE, PATHOMPONG; Dechayont, Bhanuz; CHUNTHORNG-ORN , JITPISUTE ; Itharat, Arunporn.Path
189anti-inflammatory activity of four leaves extracts in lipopolysaccharide-stimulated raw264.7 macrophagesEthnobotanyCHUNTHORNG-ORN , JITPISUTE .Anti-inflammation
187An Unusual Succulent in Southern Appalachian Forests: How Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum) Upsets the Paradigm of Thin Leaves for Understory Shade-Tolerant SpeciesEcophysiologyCole, Catherine; Neufeld, Howard.Understory
Succulent
S. ternatum
Appalachian
118Are Restoration Seed Pools Evolving Under Commercial Propagation?Population Genetics/GenomicsPizza, Riley; Etterson, Julie; Espeland, Erin.Propagation 
domestication 
Restoration 
Wildflowers
152Are the pollen-like clumps of spores in Splachnaceae mosses an important visual signal in attracting spore-dispersing flies?Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsMarino, Paul; Piercey , Brandon.visual signaling
Splachnaceae mosses
pollen mimicry
37At the Intersection of Applied and Academic Botany: Fertile Ground for an Interdisciplinary Botanical RenaissanceAt the Intersection of Applied and Academic Botany: Fertile Ground for an Interdisciplinary Botanical RenaissanceSchuette, Scott; Martine, Christopher.Botany
collaboration
interdisciplinary research
botanical capacity
65Authors in the Driver’s Seat: Evaluating Phenotype Data Authoring ToolsConference WideCui, Hong; Reznicek, Anton.
64Automatic updating of phylogeniesConference WideKandziora, Martha; Toscani Field, Jasper.Phylogenetics
workflow
automatic updating
115A Vascular Flora of the Nopah Range, Inyo County, CaliforniaFloristics & TaxonomyMills, Carolyn.Floristics
rare plant conservation
Salvia
Agave
desert
mid-elevation sky islands
California
biodiversity
herbaria
inventory
185Bioclimatology of Evergreen Sclerophyll WoodlandBiogeographyGreller, Andrew.Evergreen Sclerophyll Woodland
188Biogeography of the whorled wattles (Acacia section Lycopodiifoliae) in the Australian Monsoon TropicsPhylogenomicsConejo, Nancy; Martine, Christopher; Jobson, Peter; Cantley, Jason; J. McDonnell, Angela.biogeography
Barriers
phylogeny
Australian Monsoon Tropics
population genetics
61Broadening botanical pathways in teachingConference WideKrakos, Kyra; Uno, Gordon; Sundberg, Marshall.teaching
inquiry
student-centered learning
science practices
outreach
professional development
76Capturing flowering time data from herbarium specimens: The California Phenology TCNBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationPearson, Katelin; Yost, Jenn.digitization
herbarium
phenology
biodiversity
natural history collections
164Cauline vascular architecture and leaf trace production of Early Permian Medullosa lucartii Goeppert and StenzelPaleobotanyRothwell, Gar.eustele
Medullosaceae
Medullosa lucartii
Early Permian
seed fern
31Celebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingCelebrating 15 years of SERNEC: Where we've been, where we are, & where we are goingMurrell, Zack; Denslow, Michael.herbarium
digitization
cyberinfrastructure
Southeast USA
39Colloquium: Donald J. Pinkava’s legacy – the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertDonald J. Pinkava’s legacy – the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertPigg, Kathleen; Ickert-Bond, Stefanie.Arizona State University
herbarium
Donald J. Pinkava
sonoran desert
cytogenetics
Opuntioideae
Desert Botanical Garden
SEINet
SERNAC
Asteraceae
conservation
94Comparative Bark Anatomy of Three Khaya species used in Nigeria as antisickling agentEthnobotanyOyedapo, Ololade; Agbedahunsi, Joseph Morounfolu; Illoh, Halbert Chukwuma; Akinloye, Akinwumi.Antisickling
Inhibition 
Khaya
Reversal 
Sclereids
194Comparing plant uses among coastal plain cultures in colonial VirginiaEthnobotanyPereverzeva, Ksenia; Metzgar, Jordan.ethnobotany
colonial Virginia
Powhatan
Rappahannock
195Contrasting lichen and bryophyte diversity between moderately and highly impacted on-campus old growth forestsBryology and LichenologyMilby, Allen; Metzgar, Jordan.old-growth forests
indicator species
bryophytes
Lichens
146Crop wild relative conservation and utilization for Yangtze River Basin sustainabilityCrops and Wild RelativesRong, Jun; Zhao, Yao; Li, Qin; Xiang, Xiaoguo; Chen, Jiakuan.crop wild relatives
Yangtze River Basin
domestication
biodiversity
genetic diversity
genetic resource
germplasm
climate change
sustainability
38Crop Wild Relatives and Land Races: the Sky Islands of Southwest North American AgricultureCrop Wild Relatives and Land Races: the Sky Islands of Southwest North American AgricultureEllstrand, Norman; Klein, Laura; Miller, Allison.crop wild relatives
landraces
agriculture
conservation
biodiversity
germplasm
Southwest
225Deep phylogenetic incongruence in Neotropical rain forest trees (Oxandra, Annonaceae)PhylogenomicsChatrou, Lars.Genome skimming
chloroplast genome
Mitochondrial genome
nuclear ribosomal DNA
Annonaceae
Deep incongruence
110Determining critical habitat for two sensitive cyanolichens in the Central Avalon Forest Ecoregion of Newfoundland, CanadaConservation BiologyLauriault, Patrick; Wiersma, Yolanda .
126Dispersal strategy in a mid-Appalachian anthropogenic ecosystemEcologyQuesenberry, Erin; Metzgar, Jordan.dispersal
Blue Ridge flora
anthropogenic ecosystem
145Distribution and Genetic Diversity of Nabalus serpentarius and its Common Congener, N. trifoliolatus (Asteraceae)Conservation BiologyBallou, Steven; Murin, Paige; Mandel, Jennifer.Nabalus
conservation
congener
population genetics
140Divergence in pollen tube growth rates between autogamous vs. outcrossing Clarkia sister species: is sexual selection relaxed in selfers?Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationMazer, Susan; Hendrickson, Brandon; Chellew, Joseph; Kim, Lynn; Liu, Jasen; Vasudevan, Manju.Mating system evolution
Clarkia
Sexual selection
Pollen competition
Pollen tube growth rate
Gametophytic selection
161Diversification of Resistance Genes in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) through Tandem DuplicationComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsAndersen, Ethan; Purintun, Jordan; Neupane, Surendra; Nepal, Madhav.Plant immunity
Disease resistance 
NBS-LRRs
Coiled coiled (CC)
CNL, TNL and RNL
198Diversification Over Time: Constructing a Molecular Phylogeny of the Four O’Clock Tribe (Nyctaginaceae tribe Nyctagineae)SystematicsHumphreys, Emily; Edwards , Caroline ; Noah, Last; Julia, Olivieri ; Anna , Brunner; Chamden , Henzler-Lhasawa ; Douglas, Norman; Hilda , Flores Olvera ; Ochoterena, Helga; Patricia , Hernández Ledezma ; Sonia , Nosratinia ; Eric, LoPresti ; Weber , Weber ; Mats, Thulin; Gitte , Petersen ; Ib , Friis ; Moore, Michael.Nyctaginaceae
gypsum
Mirabilis
Commicarpus 
Boerhavia 
Acleisanthes
Abronia
phylogeny
223Don Pinkava—Teacher, Mentor, Colleague, and FriendDonald J. Pinkava’s legacy – the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertKeil, David.Donald J. Pinkava
herbarium
Legacy
Asteraceae
Cactaceae
143Don Pinkava and the Vascular Flora of the Cuatro Ciénegas Basin in the Chihuahuan DesertDonald J. Pinkava’s legacy – the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertDaniel, Thomas.Don Pinkava
Cuatro Ciénegas Basin
Chihuahuan Desert
Floristics
endemism
14Dynamics and Demography of Alpine IslandsDynamics and Demography of Alpine IslandsSheth, Seema; Grossenbacher, Dena; Meagan, Oldfather.alpine flora
community ecology
population ecology
climate change
geographic species distribution
81Early-career innovators in herbarium-enabled research and future-proofing for the next waves of inventivenessConference WideSweeney, Patrick; Mast, Austin.
119Early Oligocene Burretiodendron Rehd. from the Maoming Basin of Guangdong, South ChinaPaleobotanyxu, shenglan; Kodrul, Tatiana; Liu, Xiaoyan; Jin, Jianhua.Burretiodendron
early Oligocene
Maoming Basin
South China
limestone forest
33Ecological factors that drive patterns of population genetic structure in plantsEcological factors that drive patterns of population genetic structure in plantsGamba, Diana; Muchhala, Nathan.population differentiation
plant mutualists
speciation
flowering asynchrony
geographic barriers
215Elucidating the evolutionary history of the lichen Cladonia stellaris in Eastern North AmericaPopulation Genetics/GenomicsGarcía , Marta Alonso; Grewe, Felix; Villarreal A., Juan Carlos; Payette, Serge.Lichen woodland
Population genetics/genomics
52Empowering citizen science leaders with tools for robust community engagementConference WideBarnett, LoriAnne.phenology
capacity building
education
environmental education
citizen science
42Ericaceae: Systematics, Ecology and EvolutionEricaceae: Systematics, Ecology and EvolutionPotter, Benjamin.Ericaceae
systematics
evolution
molecular phylogenetics
ecology
171Estimating Spread Rates of Invasive Plants within Disturbed and Undisturbed Forests in Different Land TypesEcologyHuebner, Cynthia.Invase plant species
Spread rates
Forest management
157Etymology of Folk Nomenclatures for Sphenostysis stenocarpa (Hoechst ex A. Rich) HarmsEthnobotanyNnamani, Catherine V; Atkinson , Christopher J. ; Nwite , Joel E..Etymological
traditional knowledge
classification
custodians
Sphenostysis stenocarpa
90Evaluation of early growth performance Bauhinia monandra, Delonix regia and Tetrapleura tetraptera (Leguminous Tree Species) in crude oil-contaminated soils  EcologyOyedeji, Ayodele; Lynn, Besenyei; Joshua, Kayode; Michael, Fullen.Crude oil
Contamination
Environment
Leguminous trees
Phytoremediation
Soil
166Evolutionary origins of the emerging biofuel crop Camelina sativaCrops and Wild RelativesBrock, Jordan; Olsen, Kenneth.Camelina
polyploidy
Biofuel
Phylogenetics
crop wild relatives
121Evolution in the cycles of lifeGreen Land: Multiple Perspectives on Green Algal Evolution and the Earliest Land PlantsBowman, John L.; Dierschke, Tom; Flores-Sandoval, Eduardo.Marchantia
alternation of generations
TALE homeodomain
186Exotic Species Invasion in Restored Vernal PoolsEcologyTang, Joanna; Nolan, Maddie.vernal pool
conservation and restoration
Invase plant species
California
192Experimental range shifts drive alpine plant-pollinator community reassembly and reduce female plant fitnessDynamics and Demography of Alpine IslandsRichman, Sarah; Levine, Jonathan; Stefan, Laura; Johnson, Christopher.alpine flora
climate change
community ecology
floral traits
migration
mutualism
Pollination
range shifts
142Fire's American CenturyPlenary Address - Stephen PynePyne, Stephen.
122Floral divergence in color and corolla length in relation to major pollinators within CastillejaReproductive ProcessesWenzell, Katherine; Fant, Jeremie; Skogen, Krissa.floral divergence
Castilleja
pollinator-mediated selection
reproductive isolation
233Floral scent plasticity and associated scent gene expression patterns in wild-derived Petunia species in response to soil nitrogen conditions.Reproductive ProcessesMajetic, Cassie; Farragher, Bridget; Richmond, Alana.Petunia
Benzenoids
Phenylpropanoids
Floral Scent
Gene Expression
Plasticity
Soil Nitrogen
137Floristics, the Specialist Network, and the (Un)Informed ConsumerFloristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesErtter, Barbara.Floristics
annotations
informed consumers
specialist network
Agricultural College Land Act
datasets
148Floristics as a foundation for training students broadly in plant and fungal diversityFloristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesSnow, Neil; Lendemer, James.Floristics
fungi
lichenized fungi
vascular plants
broad training in systematics
12Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesFloristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesSnow, Neil.Floristics
North America
Opportunities
Priorities
student projects
205From salt marshes to sky islands, phylogenetics of North American Grindelia (Asteraceae)Tropical BiologyMoore, Abigail; Monaghan, Leann; Ahedor, Adjoa.Grindelia
Asteraceae
phylogenomics
evolution
edaphic
141Genetic comparison of newly discovered population of endangered Helianthus verticillatus (Asteraceae) found in MississippiPopulation Genetics/GenomicsMoore, Erika; Siniscalchi, Carolina; Mandel, Jennifer.Asteraceae
Helianthus
population genetics
Endangered
210Genetic diversity and population structure in Chrysolepis chrysophylla (giant chinquapin; Fagaceae): SSRs vs SNPsBiogeographyWillyard, Ann; Bower, Andrew; Hipkins, Valerie; DeWoody, Jennifer A.RAD-seq
SNP
microsatellite
Chrysolepis
genetic diversity
Fagaceae
giant chinquapin
190Genome-scale data reveal the potential roleof hybrid speciation in lichen-forming fungiBryology and LichenologyKeuler , Rachel A; Garretson, Alexis; Saunders, Theresa; Erickson, Robert; St. Andre, Nathan; Grewe, Felix; Smith, Hayden; Lumbsch, Helge; St Clair, Larry; Leavitt, Steven.Lichens
hybridization
phylogeny
evolution
speciation
DNA
159Grass Spikelet Evolution: Morphology Shaped by WindAnatomy and MorphologyKlahs, Phillip; Clark, Lynn.Poaceae
Pollination
3D modeling
212Greater variation in male than in female fitness in monkeyflower: evidence for Bateman’s principleSexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationKarron, Jeffrey; Christopher, Dorothy; Mitchell, Randall; Trapnell, Dorset; Semski, Wendy; Smallwood, Patrick; Porcher, Emmanuelle; Devaux, Celine.
44Green Land: Multiple Perspectives on Green Algal Evolution and the Earliest Land PlantsGreen Land: Multiple Perspectives on Green Algal Evolution and the Earliest Land PlantsMcCourt, Richard.Streptophytes
Charophytes
Embryophytes
phylogeny
Origin
evolution
180Habitat Specialization, Landscape Heterogeneity, and the Fitness Consequences of DispersalBiogeographyOldfather, Meagan; Emery, Nancy.dispersal
habitat specialization
Lasthenia
vernal pools
222High Winter Temperatures Facilitate Invasion of Tradescantia fluminensis in the Apalachicola River FloodplainEcologyGorchov, David.climate change
iButton data loggers
frost-induced necrosis
invasive plants
microclimate
Torreya taxifolia
113Historical ecology of the Juan Fernandez (Robinson Crusoe) Archipelago, ChileBiogeographyStuessy, Tod.islands
biogeography
ecology
218How to convince your institution to digitize its herbariumBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationKnox, Eric.herbarium
digitization
specimen imaging
georeferencing
data management
public service
58How to navigate in tree space: learning to generate clade names and computable clade definitions (phyloreferences) for the Tree of LifeConference WideCellinese, Nico.clade names
phylogenies
phylogenetic definitions
phyloreferences
227How will space zucchini and Arabidopis help get us to Mars?Kaplan Memorial Lecture - John KissKiss, John.gravitropism
phototropism
space biology
Physiology
morphology
development
162Identification and Characterization of Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Kinase Kinase (MKKK) Genes in Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)  Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsNeupane, Surendra; Schweitzer, Sara; Kaluwahandi, Shakila; Nepal, Madhav.Abiotic Stress
Cellular signaling
Protein kinase
MAPKKK cascade
Sunflower MAPKKKs
201Identification of Conserved Regulatory Modules in Dry and Fleshy Fruit DevelopmentComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsRajewski, Alex; Maheepala, Dinusha; Henry, Ashley; Elkins, Kevan; Litt, Amy.Solanaceae
Tobacco
Tomato
Transcriptome
Transcription factor
evolution
Fruit Development
183Impacts of Pleistocene glacial cycles on the fern genus CryptogrammaPteridologyRiney, Jake; Ickert-Bond, Stefanie; Metzgar, Jordan.Cryptogramma
ferns
ecological niche modelling
224Implications of cytogenetics in the evolution and taxonomy of CactaceaeDonald J. Pinkava’s legacy – the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertBaker, Marc A..cytogenetics
Caclaceae
evolution
taxonomy
181Incorporating Demographic Responses to Climate Manipulations into Leading-Trailing Edge Dynamics of an Alpine PlantDynamics and Demography of Alpine IslandsOldfather, Meagan.IPMs
range shifts
climate change
Alpine
139Inferring the domestication history of the cultivated Zizania latifolia in the Yangtze River BasinCrops and Wild RelativesZhao, Yao; Rong, Jun; Song, Zhiping; Chen, Jiakuan.
221Influence of flower size, herkogamy and breeding system on inbreeding and inbreeding depression of Oenothera primiverisPopulation Genetics/GenomicsCisternas, Anita; Fant, Jeremie.
96Insecticidal Evaluation of some botanical powders as stored maize grain protectants against SITOPHILUS ZEAMAIS (Motschulsky) (Coleoptera: Curculionidea): A Concern for postharvest LossEthnobotanyOnuminya, Temitope; Agboola, Oludare; Ezeribe, Soromtochukwu.botanicals
food security
nutrition
post-harvest
 shelf life
173Intraspecific Hybridization in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicon L.) For Improved Fruit Quality: A strategy for enhanced food securityHybrids and HybridizationOsekita , Oluwatoyin Sunday; Ajileye, Oluwabukola Deborah.Cross pollination
 recombinant
Segregation
genotypes
improvement
209Investigating Potential Impacts of Polyploidy on the Ecophysiological Responses of Solidago altissima to Climate ChangeEcophysiologyKrogmeier, Katie; Neufeld, Howard.Solidago altissima
polyploidy
climate change
gas exchange
131Isolation and Characterization of weedicidal compounds from Lantana camaraPhysiologyAnwar , Dr. Tauseef; Qureshi, Dr. Huma.combiflash
phytotoxicity
bio herbicide
fatty acid methyl esters
physiological parameters
weed management
133Isolation of vitexin as natural bio-herbicide from Lantana camara leavesPhysiologyAnwar , Dr. Tauseef; Qureshi, Dr. Huma.Vitexin
Weed control
Natural herbicides
Allelopathy
105Karyotypic studies of four Physalis species from NigeriaFunctional Genetics/GenomicsAzeez, Sekinat; Faluyi, Julius.tetraploid
Physalis
 Karyotype
diploid
Chromosome
117Late Cretaceous heterosporous water ferns from Patagonia: assessing heterochrony and monomegasporyPaleobotanyDe Benedetti, Facundo; Zamaloa, Maria Del Carmen; Gandolfo, Maria; Cuneo, Nestor.water ferns
heterochrony
fossil
megaspores
Late Cretaceous
Patagonia
98Leaf-Branch Complex: the Common Bau-Plan for Reproductive Organs of Land PlantsAnatomy and MorphologyWang, Xin.land plants
reproductive organ
evolution
bau-plan
fossil
flower
219Learning from dynamic traits: seasonal shifts inform the origin of ecophysiological trade-offs across scales from macroevolutionary to intra-individualThe evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?Mason, Chase; LaScaleia, Michael; Monroe, J. Grey; Goolsby, Eric.functional traits
Function-Valued Traits
macroevolution
ecophysiology
Plasticity
Intra-Individual Variation
Dynamic Traits
phylogenetic comparative methods
Cornus
26Life without water: evolution and adaptation of xeric plantsLife without water: evolution and adaptation of xeric plantsHeyduk, Karolina; Grace, Olwen; McKain, Michael.evolution
drought
desert
ethnobotany
Physiology
207Liminal living: dispersal versus safe sites in a brackish tidal wetlandEcologyStickrod, Morgan; Parker, V. T..
120Liquidambar-like infructescences from the Upper Cretaceous (Coniacian) Eden Main Quarry, Vancouver Island, British ColumbiaPaleobotanyScharfstein, Alex; Stockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar.Liquidambar
Cretaceous
permineralized
infructescence
Altingiaceae
129Long-distance dispersal and geographical range expansions of the polyploid lineages in Deparia ferns (Athyriaceae; Polypodiales)Reticulate evolution and biogeography in ferns and lycophytes - a colloquium honoring Dr. David BarringtonKuo, Li-Yaung.Polyploid
Deparia
Apomixis
fern
dispersal
48Machine learning with R for botanistsConference WideShipunov, Alexey.
184Measuring sexual selection in plant populationsSexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationKwok, Allison; Dorken, Marcel.
165Mentoring Native American Students for Future Science and Agriculture Workforce through FAST-REEUEducation and Outreach Nepal, Madhav; Bott-Knutson, Rebecca; Mathew, Febina; Janaswamy, Srinivas; White , P. Troy.Undergraduate mentoring 
Research experiences
Mentoring minority students
Native American Students 
Trbal Colleges
228Minimum leaf conductance; a neglected plant trait in plant water balanceEcophysiologyVergara, Alex; Willing, Claire; Cruz, Roxy; Dawson, Todd.
216Mitochondrial phylogeography of the ponderosa pines in the USA and MexicoBiogeographyWillyard, Ann; Gernandt, David; Langer, Stephen K; Lopez Reyes, Alejandro; Potter, Kevin M.biogeography
Jeffrey pine
Mexico
mitochondrial capture
Pinaceae
Pinus ponderosa
Ponderosae
Sabinianae
sympatry
western United States
77Morphological and chromosome studies of Andropogon gayanus - Andropogon tectorum complex in South-western NigeriaHybrids and HybridizationFunmilola Mabel, Ojo.Andropogon gayanus
Andropogon tectorum
clone 
hybrid
keel
multivalent
86Morphological and Molecular Characterization of Cowpea Accessions from AfricaCrops and Wild RelativesOnuminya, Temitope; Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin; Lawal, Oyewole; Ogunkanmi, Mubarak.Cowpea
genetic diversity
Dendogram
Africa
214Morphological and Molecular characterization of Curcuma longa (Zingiberaceae) from Ilorin/FRIN, NigeriaSystematicsTiamiyu, Bashir Bolaji; Lateef, Azeez Adebola; Mustapha, O.T.; Abdulkareem, K.A.; Garuba, T..Curcuma
matK
psbA-trnH
ITS
Zingiberaceae
102Mummified Magnoliaceae woods from the upper Oligocene of South China, with biogeography, paleoecology and wood trait evolution implicationsPaleobotanyHuang, Luliang; Jin, Jianhua; Quan, Cheng; Oskolski, Alexei.evolution
late Oligocene
Magnoliaceae
mummified wood
palaeoecology
South China
168Mycorrhizal Fungi in Urban Prairie Restoration by Living Soil Amendment in TexasEcologySchmitt, Dustin; Mantia, Tabitha; Twanabasu, Bishnu.
80National Science Foundation Information Session for early career individualsConference WideRepresentatives from, NSF.
79National Science Foundation Information Session for faculty and other professionalsConference WideRepresentatives from, NSF.
112New Approaches to Landscape Genetic Studies in PlantsEcological factors that drive patterns of population genetic structure in plantsCruzan, Mitchell; Diaz, Nicolas; Hendrickson, Elizabeth; Persinger, Jessica; Thompson, Pamela.population differentiation
Landscape genetics
Seed dispersal
Population genetics/genomics
Habitat quality
89Next generation identification keys: A method for implementing continuous characters and estimating the probability of an IDBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationTyrrell, Christopher.key
morphology
taxonomic
Bayesian
identification
178Obligate to facultative shift of two epiphytic Lepisorus species during subtropical forest degradation: Insights from functional traitsEcologyLiu, Wen-Yao; Chen, Quan; Lu, Hua-Zheng.Epiphytic fern
Forest degradation
Functional traits
Facultative
Obligate
Plasticity
220Oh no, my research has gone viral!Education and Outreach Metzgar, Jordan; Hockman, Cassandra.science communication
science outreach
92Ovary anatomy and evolution in the Zingiberaceae and CostaceaeAnatomy and MorphologyKirchoff, Bruce.Zingiberales
evolution
phylogeny
anatomy
ovary
 character
Zingiberaceae
Costaceae
41Pacific BiogeographyPacific BiogeographyPotter, Benjamin; Wagner, Warren.Pacific
Hawaii
New Caledonia
New Zealand
biogeography
evolution
150Paleo-Metagenomics of Late Quaternary Packrat Midden Plant MacrofossilsMolecular EcologyHarbert, Robert; Moore, Grace; Cunningham, Seth; Tessler, Michael.metagenomics
packrat midden
Pleistocene
fossil
134Palo Santo Expedition: Report from the Tropical Dry Forests of PeruTropical BiologyCollins, Elizabeth; Weeks, Andrea.
206Patterns of gypsum endemism in CoahuilaBiogeographyMoore, Michael; Douglas, Norman; Ochoterena, Helga; Flores Olvera, Hilda.gypsum
Coahuila
Mexico
Chihuahuan Desert
phylogeny
phylogeography
gene flow
Pleistocene
88Patterns of Plant Succession in the Central Brooks Range: from alpine to Arctic tundra along a glacial sequenceEcologyKasanke, Shawnee.Arctic
Alpine
Cryptogam
Succession
Lichenometry
Lichens
147Patterns of subgenome evolution after allopolyploidization in a clade of Chilean MimulusComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsSchlutius, Caroline; Puzey, Joshua.genomics
Mimulus
subgenome dominance
polyploidy
106Pedaliaceae: Source of Nutritious and Medicinal Indigenous Vegetables with Underutilized Status in NigeriaEthnobotanyFasola , Taiye Remi; Ogunsola, Oladele.Indigenous
Vegetables
nutritious
Medicinal plants
199Persistence of antimicrobial activity in oyster mushroom herbarium specimensEthnobotanyReaney, Amber; Metzgar, Jordan.Pleurotus
antimicrobial
antibiotic resistance
oyster mushroom
179Persistence Pays Off: Long term field work in the Rockies yields another species of reticulate origin in the Moonwort ComplexReticulate evolution and biogeography in ferns and lycophytes - a colloquium honoring Dr. David BarringtonGilman, Arthur; Farrar, Donald.moonworts
reticulate evolution
Rocky Mountains
193Phenological advancement and trait plasticity compensates for reduced carbon fixation after 13 years of warmingEcologyWinkler, Daniel; Grossiord, Charlotte; Belnap, Jayne; Howell, Armin; Ferrenberg, Scott; Smith, Hilda; Reed, Sasha.warming experiment
phenology
morphology
Physiology
photosynthesis
Indian ricegrass
Colorado Plateau
78Phenological Assessment of Maize Hybrids Under High Plant Population DensityPhysiologyAbubakar , Aisha Wada; Kamara, Alpha Yaya; Manga, Abdu Ahmad.plant population
maize-hybrids
128Phylogenetic placement of Abarema s.s. (Caesalpinioideae, mimosoid clade)SystematicsGuerra, Ethiéne; Soares, Marcos Vinicius Batista; Morim, Marli Pires; Iganci, Joao.Inga Alliance
matK
ETS
Abarema Alliance
Tribe Ingeae
211Phylogenetic Relationships of Neotropical Lady Ferns (Athyriaceae), with a Description of Ephemeropteris, Gen. NovPteridologyMoran, Robbin C.; Garisson Hanks, Judith; Sundue , Michael A.Beringia
Eupolypods II
Boreotropics
25Phylogenomic Perspectives on Reproductive Isolation and IntrogressionPhylogenomic Perspectives on Reproductive Isolation and IntrogressionEaton, Deren.network
phylogeny
introgression
diversification
reproductive isolation
Horizontal Gene Transfer
84Phylogeny, Historical Biogeography, and Divergence Time Estimates of Eucnide (Loasaceae)BiogeographyBrindley, Josh; Roalson, Eric; Hufford, Larry.biogeography
desert
Loasaceae
Eucnide
systematics
231Phylogeny informs the taxonomic revision of Goodenia sensu lato (Goodeniaceae)SystematicsJabaily, Rachel; Shepherd, Kelly; Gardner, Andrew; Sessa, Emily.Asterales
Australia
taxonomy
phylogeny
Next Generation Sequencing
Goodeniaceae
91Phytoremediation: Evaluation of germination and growth of Acacia auricuformis A. Cunn. ex Benth in crude oil-contaminated soilEcologyOyedeji, Ayodele; Kayode, Joshua.Crude oil
Contamination
Remediation
Soil
Acacia auricuformis
176Plastid super-barcodes as a tool for species discrimination in Calligonum (Polygonaceae)Floristics & TaxonomySong, Feng; Feng, Ying; Ge, Xue-Jun.Calligonum
plastome
super-barcode
135plastome phylogenomic analysis of thuja ((Cupressaceae)SystematicsAdelalu, Kole Fredrick; Wang, Hengchang.thuja, plastome, phylogenomics
50Present your work in three minutesConference WideKirchoff, Bruce.sceintific communication
3MT
three-minute thesis
speaking training
116Productivity and mineral composition of cocoyam (Colocasia esculenta var. Nce 0001 Schott) as influenced by integrated use of organic and inorganic fertilizersCrops and Wild RelativesIwuagwu, Mary; Ogbonnaya, Chuks I.; Onwuchekwa , Ojimgba.cocoyam
fertilizer
mineral concentration
rice husk
tuber yield
60Professional Writing: Covering Personal Statements, Research Statements, and Teaching StatementsConference WidePretz, Chelsea; Min, Ya.writing, job applications, student
99Psidium guajava (introduced guava) and P. galapageium(Galapagos guava) in the Galapagos Islands: the potential risk of hybridizationEcologyValdebenito, Hugo.Galápagos islands
Psidium galapageium
Psidium guajava
phenology
hybridization
104Quantitative and Qualitative assement of Microbial presence during Phytoremediation of Heavy Metal Polluted Soil using Chromolaena odorataEcophysiologyOmoregie, Gloria; Ikhajiagbe, Beckley; ANOLIEFO, Geoffery.Chromolaena odorata
 Heavy Metal
Phytoremediation
Pollution
Microbes
40Questioning Species and Species Complexes: A Colloquium in Honor of Dr. R. James HickeyQuestioning Species and Species Complexes: A Colloquium in Honor of Dr. R. James HickeyLink-Perez, Melanie; Barker, Michael.species delimitation
species complex
hypothesis-testing
taxonomy
anatomical
morphological
biodiversity
polyploidy
hybridization
teaching
mentoring
175Recent Taxonomic and Nomenclatural Changes in Cylindropuntia and GrusoniaDonald J. Pinkava’s legacy – the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertCloud-Hughes, Michelle.Cylindropuntia
Grusonia
taxonomy
nomenclature
phylogenomics
morphometrics
197Refugia – it’s not always what you thinkEcological factors that drive patterns of population genetic structure in plantsTrapnell, Dorset; Wyatt, Graham; Hamrick, James; Schmidt, John Paul.Asimina triloba
Ceratiola ericoides
genetic structure
last glacial maximum
population genetics
phylogeography
refugia
87Relationship between the Soil Seed Bank and Extant Vegetation of Ibodi Monkey Forest, Ibodi, Southwestern NigeriaEcologyOdeleye, Ademayowa; Oke, Samson O..Extant Vegetation
Forest
Physiognomies
Soil Seed Bank
204Reproductive isolation between a widespread and range-limited Ranunculus speciesHybrids and HybridizationPersinger, Jessica; Thompson, Pamela; Diaz, Nicolas; Hendrickson, Elizabeth; Katie, Gerloff; Katie, Kline; Cruzan, Mitchell.reproductive isolation
151Resurrecting the narrowly endemic Isoëtes tryonianaReticulate evolution and biogeography in ferns and lycophytes - a colloquium honoring Dr. David BarringtonSuissa, Jacob.
85Rethinking floral attraction; sexual dimorphism in Clarkia unguiculataReproductive ProcessesPeach, Kristen.Pollination
functional traits
flower color
UV floral patternsUV floral patterns
female fitness
15Reticulate evolution and biogeography in ferns and lycophytes - a colloquium honoring Dr. David BarringtonReticulate evolution and biogeography in ferns and lycophytes - a colloquium honoring Dr. David BarringtonTesto, Weston; Patel , Nikisha R; Sundue , Michael A.fern
biogeography
hybridization
polyploidy
pteridology
systematics
morphology
158Reticulate evolutionary histories of apomictic lineages in East Asian PolystichumReticulate evolution and biogeography in ferns and lycophytes - a colloquium honoring Dr. David BarringtonPatel , Nikisha R.pteridology
Apomixis
polyploidy
Reticulation
127Rhizosphere microbiome disturbance, pollinator exclusion, and consequences for microbial mediated reproductive plant traits of Salvia lemmoniiSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsDickey, Jonathan.Rhizosphere Microbiome
Evolutionary Ecology
Plant-Soil Feedbacks
Molecular Ecology
community ecology
108Scarification And Temperature: Solution To Prolonged Seed Germination Of Raphia Spp From NigeriaEcophysiologyAgbanelo , Chineze Agatha; Okpara , Gloria C.; Ude, Bartholomew.Scarification,
Germination
Temperature
51Scoring Phenology on Herbarium Specimens using SymbiotaConference WidePearson, Katie; Gilbert, Ed; Nelson, Gil; Yost, Jenn.phenology
herbarium
specimens
data standards
Symbiota
75Sculpting an imperfect flower: The study of KNUCKLES in primordia regulationEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Hightower, Asia; Golenberg, Edward.Dioecy
Dimorphism
Spinach
 Sex Determination
130Seed dispersal syndromes and spatial genetic patterns of plants on a sub-Antarctic islandPopulation Genetics/GenomicsChau, John; Jansen van Vuuren, Bettine.Azorella selago
Acaena magellanica
Marion Island
genetic diversity
spatial genetic structure
anemochory
epizoochory
230"Sex on the Kitchen Table": an outreach experimentEducation and Outreach Ellstrand, Norman.evolution
outreach
reproductive biology
crop
food plants
genetics
domestication
crop improvement
genetic engineering
transgenic
Beta vulgaris
Lycopersicum esculentum
Cucurbita pepo
Agrostis stolonifera
Musa acuminata
Persea americana
30Sexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationSexual selection in flowering plants: traits, processes, and estimationChang, Shumei.Sexual selection
Angiosperm
Male-Male competition
Female Choice
132Soil seed bank and seasonal dynamics in five different physiognomies in Akure forest reserve, Ondo state, NIGERIAEcologyAkinkuolie, Ayomiposi; Isichei, Augustine; Oke, Samson O..Soil Seed Bank
Physiognomies
Akure Forest Reserves
182Solanum plastisexum, an enigmatic new bush tomato from the Australian Monsoon Tropics exhibiting breeding system fluidityFloristics & TaxonomyMcDonnell, Angela; Wetreich, Heather; Cantley, Jason; Jobson, Peter; Martine, Christopher.andromonoecy
Solanaceae
new species
Australia
bush tomato
breeding systems
reproductive biology
Undergraduate
Solanum
taxonomy 
125Speak to me beardtongue: Phylogenetic analysis of the six Penstemon subgenera using whole chloroplast genome sequencesSystematicsStettler, Jason.Penstemon
beardtongue
maximum likelihood
plastome
chloroplast genome
Phylogenetics
Lamiales
174Species boundaries and population structure in the pan-topical fern genus Ceratopteris (Pteridaceae)Reticulate evolution and biogeography in ferns and lycophytes - a colloquium honoring Dr. David BarringtonKinosian, Sylvia; Wolf, Paul.population genetics
admixture
speciation
systematics
22Species delimitation in polyploid complexesSpecies delimitation in polyploid complexesOberprieler, Christoph; Oxelman, Bengt.polyploidy
species delimitation
coalescent theory
gene trees
species networks
molecular phylogenetics
bioinformatics
156Species delimitation of Berberis (Berberidaceae) in EcuadorPopulation Genetics/GenomicsOleas, Nora; Linan, Alexander; Swift, Joel; Ulloa, Carmen; Edwards, Christine.2b Radseq
hybrization
Berberidaceae
population genetics
136Staminode Evolution in Mentzelia Section Bartonia (Loasaceae) and their Impact on Insect Visitation RatesMacroevolutionSchenk, John; Botnaru, Lucia.Ancestor character estimation
androecium
floral evolution
staminode
Mentzelia
Loasaceae
Pollination
functional cooption
macroevolution
phylogenetic comparative methods
56Strategies for successful faculty/undergraduate student collaborative research at Primarily Undergraduate InstitutionsConference WideJabaily, Rachel; Taylor, Mackenzie; Moore, Michael; Hanes, Maggie.PUI
Undergraduate
research
155Structure and function of cocoa agroforestry systems in Mexico: relation of functional traits with trees productionEcophysiologyCocoletzi , Eliezer; Hipólito , Enrique ; Ricaño , Jorge; Ramos, José María.Photosynthetically active radiation
vapour pressure deficit
specific leaf area
Stomata
clonal varieties
93Systematics and evolutionary significance of the pod morphological and anatomical characters with special reference to the fruit dehiscence mechanism and ancestral state reconstruction reveals evolutionary trends in genus Crotalaria LSystematicsRATHER, SHABIR AHMAD; CHUN, SU; ZHAO-YANG, CHANG.Crotalaria, 
Pod morphology
anatomy
Dehiscence
evolution
124Systematics of Sanvitalia and Future Phylogenetics of Subtribe ZinniinaePhylogenomicsSkibicki, Sam.Phylogenetics
Sanvitalia
Zinniinae
Heliantheae
Asteraceae
biogeography
208Teaching Plant Systematics to a class including both visually impaired and sighted students: experiences and recommendationsEducation and Outreach Beck, James; Castor, Jay.visual impairment
blindness
accessibility
botany education
103Testing the Wallace’s Riverine Barrier Hypothesis for Amazonian plant speciesEcological factors that drive patterns of population genetic structure in plantsNazareno , Alison Gonçalves; Dick, Christopher; Lohmann, Lucia.population differentiation
double digest RADseq 
single‐nucleotide polymorphism 
Rio Negro
Rio Branco
172Tetra, hexa, octo – dealing with polyploid species in genus Salix L. subg. Chamaetia/Vetrix in times of big dataSpecies delimitation in polyploid complexesWagner, Natascha; Hörandl, Elvira.polyploidization
Next Generation Sequencing
RADseq
phylogenomics
177The antioxidant activity and cytotoxic activities against cancer cell lines of Thai medicinal plant recipeEthnobotanyDechayont, Bhanuz; Phuaklee, Pathompong ; Chunthorng-Orn, Jitpisute; Mokmued, Khwanchanok ; Poomirat, Saovapak; Saesiw, Ubonwan.Prompak remedy
Cytotoxic
Antioxidant
167The biodiversity consequences of whole genome duplication: polyploidy shapes pollinator-mediated assortative mating and herbivore diversitySpecies delimitation in polyploid complexesLaport, Robert.polyploidy
speciation
assortative mating
biodiversity
plant-animal interactions
200The biomechanics and functional morphology of Tillandsia usneoides based on tension tests, morphometrics, and three dimesional reconstructionAnatomy and MorphologyGriffin, Brandi.Tension tests
Tillandsia usneoiedes
morphometrics
Biomechanics
83The Effects of Aggressive use of Herbicides for Lawn Maintenance on Weeds Succession in Urban EnvironmentEcologyBulu, Yetunde; Adewole, Moses ; Faluyi, Julius.Herbicide
Soil Seed Bank
Succession
Index of Similarity
13The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?Mason, Chase; Medieros, Juliana; Caruso, Christina (Chris).functional traits
evolution
ecology
adaptation
genomic mapping
phylogenetic comparative methods
intraspecific trait variation
resource use strategies
trait integration
microevolution
biotic interactions
belowground traits
demography
paleobotany
crop physiology
macroevolution
ecophysiology
plant architecture
154The fossil record of land plant originsGreen Land: Multiple Perspectives on Green Algal Evolution and the Earliest Land PlantsStrother, Paul.Adinosporus
Cryptotetras
Tetrahedraletes
spore dyads
nematoclast
111The genetic basis of serpentine adaptation in Aquilegia eximia. Comparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsBlack, Danielle.evolution
serpentine
population differentiation
97The Nutritional and Medicinal Value of Synsepalum dulcificum (Schumach. and Thonn.) Daniell for treating Diabetes mellitus in NigeriaEthnobotanyOnuminya, Temitope; Ifelaja, Folakemi.Diabetes
Hypoglycemia
Medicinal plants
Synsepalum dulcificum
34The Potential of Machine Learning for Plant BiologyThe Potential of Machine Learning for Plant BiologySoltis, Pamela; Nelson, Gil.machine learning
deep learning
convolutional neural networks
herbarium specimen images
phenology
phenotyping
cyberinfrastructure
100The role of stomatal trait evolution in Pooideae (Poaceae) stress toleranceEcologyDas, Aayudh.Stomata
Abiotic Stress
Poaceae
evolution
95The stellate trichomes of Solanum species function in plant defense by damaging the gut lining of an insect herbivoreEcologySerpi, Alexandra; Dennington, Nina; Stephenson, Andrew.biotic interactions
structure function
114The value of Botany in food safety: using phylogenetic tools and genomic data to design innovative detection methods for the allergenic nuts in the genus CaryaSystematicsOtt, Brittany; Puente, Caroline; Zhang, Ning; Greenbaum, Alexandra; Windsor, Amanda; Wen, Jun; Sarmashghi, Shababeddin; Arabbaygi, Siavash; Bafna, Vineet; Timme, Ruth; Handy, Sara.allergens
DNA based identification
Carya
153Thirteen additional new species of Eugenia L. (Myrtaceae) from New CaledoniaSystematicsSnow, Neil; Munzinger, Jérôme; Byng, James; Callmander, Martin W..Myrtaceae
Eugenia
New Caledonia
systematics
new species
conservation
202Three Fossil Fruits, New to the Magothy Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of Long IslandPaleobotanyGreller, Andrew; Castillo, César A. ; Goudket, Michael; George, Marie.Late Cretaceous
fruits
24Time to dig: the importance of underground organs in plant evolutionTime to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionHoward, Cody Coyotee.geophytes
underground storage organs
bulb
corm
tuber
rhizome
54Timing is Everything! Using Phenology to Stimulate Interest by Undergraduate Students in the Plant Sciences and Climate ChangeConference WideNeufeld, Howard; Hove, Alisa; Rhode-Ward, Jennifer.phenology
climate change
interdisciplinary research
21Tips for Success: Applying to Graduate SchoolConference WideMONFILS , ANNA K.Graduate School
Undergraduate
229To go where only Don Pinkava could go -and beyond: delivering an online systematic botany course in AlaskaDonald J. Pinkava’s legacy – the ASU Herbarium in the Sonoran DesertIckert-Bond, Stefanie; Bouffard, Christen.botany education
Online systematic botany course
Flora of Alaska
Learning glass videos
iNaturalist
57Tools for building highly customized figures, for intermediate R usersConference WideMorrison , Glen R; Rajewski, Alex.R
Data visualization
Programming
232Transcriptome and organellar sequencing highlight the complex origin and diversification of allotetraploid Brassica napusCrops and Wild RelativesPires, Joseph; An, Hong; Qi, Xinshuai; Gaynor, Michelle; Hao, Yue ; Mabry, Makenzie; Conant, Gavin; Barker, Michael.Polyploid
hybrid
domestication
brassica
Transcriptomics
Population genetics/genomics
crops and wild relatives
160Transcriptome sequencing for development and assessment of genic SSR marker in Ipomoea speciesComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsUnamba, Chibuikem I.N.; Singh, Gagandeep; Singh, Pradeep; Seth, Romit; Agbagwa, Ikechukwu O; Sharma, Ram K.Transcriptome
SSR marker 
Ipomoea
Next Generation Sequencing
Sequencing
213Tropical Pleistocene forest from Tak province, northern Thailand: fossil trees and their implications on past climate.PaleobotanyBoonchai, Nareerat.petrified wood
Fabaceae
Sapotaceae
Pleistocene
Southeast Asia
149Typifications and nomenclatural notes in Physalis (Solanaceae) from the United StatesSystematicsPretz, Chelsea; Deanna, Rocio.lectotypification
North America
Physalis
Solanaceae
tomatillo
United States
82Understanding bed dynamics: seagrass genotypic diversity and growth strategies across different sampling scalesPopulation Genetics/GenomicsHamilton, Ashley; Lopez, Anthony; Larkin, Patrick.marine flora
genetic diversity
clonal growth
foundation species
conservation and restoration
49Underutilized Plants: Holistic Wealth Security of WorldConference WidePandey, Vashist.
196Unfolding Potential New Taxa of Paperflowers (Psilostrophe) on GypsumSystematicsAdler, Ava; Douglas, Norman; Flores Olvera, Hilda; Ochoterena, Helga; Moore, Michael.gypsum
Mexico
New Mexico
Texas
Coahuila
Asteraceae
phylogeny
59Using Digitized Herbarium Data in Research:  Applications for Ecology, Phylogenetics, and BiogeographyConference WideSoltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Folk, Ryan.digitized herbarium data
iDigBio
ecological niche modelling
georeferencing
phylogenetic diversity
spatial phylogenetics
53Using HHMI Videos and Data Points As Tools For Engaging Students From Molecules to EcosystemsConference WideGibson, Phil.Pedagogy
STEM Education
Case Study
Data Points
Video Case Study
203Who let the dogs out? A review of spontaneous transgenes in natural plant populationsCrops and Wild RelativesEllstrand, Norman.gene flow
GMO
transgene
crop wild relatives
feral
herbicide tolerance
brassica
agrostis
Seed dispersal
pollen
genetic engineering

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