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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
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

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