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80National Science Foundation Information Session for early career individualsConference WideRepresentatives from, NSF.
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897Native cottonwoods confront resource allocation tradeoffs in the face of invasive tamarisk and climate changeEcologyHull, Julia; Hultine, Kevin; Gehring, Catherine.climate change
invasive plants
resource use strategies
992Natives vs. Exotics: Reducing non-native plant species in urban landscapes of Southern New MexicoEducation and Outreach Harpold, Trystan; Fuentes Soriano, Sara.Conservation Ecology
Natives
Invasives
Non-natives
outreach
horticulture
Landscaping
635Natural homeotic mutants and genetic control of floral organ identity in a ranunculidEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Martinez-Gomez, Jesus ; Galimba, Kelsey; Sullivan, Alessandra; Coté, Erin; Di Stilio, Veronica.Evolution of development
Ranunculaceae
Mutants
Transposable Element
1072Navigating the islands of the gene sea: helping promote complementary global conservation of agrobiodiversityCrop Wild Relatives and Land Races: the Sky Islands of Southwest North American AgricultureMaxted, Nigel.genetic resource
Plant conservation
crop wild relative
landrace
788Nectary development and Gene Expression in the CleomaceaeEvolutionary Developmental Biology (Evo-Devo)Carey, Shane; Hall, Jocelyn.Cleomaceae
Cleome violacea
Polanisia dodecandra
Transcriptomics
Histology
development
Floral Nectary
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
795New data on the Early Devonian (Emsian) euphyllophyte Leptocentroxyla tetrarchaPaleobotanyMcQueen, Camryn R.; McCuistion, Remy V.; Tomescu, Alexandru.Devonian
Canada
euphyllophyte
xylem
protoxylem
fossil
anatomy
442New details on the diversity of a Late Cretaceous flora from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada.  PaleobotanyJud, Nathan; Rothwell, Gar; Stockey, Ruth; Beard, Graham .anatomy
Platanaceae
fossil wood
Campanian
511New floristic components of the Early Eocene La Meseta Formation, Seymour (Marambio) Island, AntarcticaPaleobotanyGandolfo, Maria; Gandolfo, Maria.Paleoflora
Seymour (Marambio) Island
Early Eocene
Antarctica
409New Insights into Life History Traits of Endangered Wetland Obligate Lilaeopsis schaffneriana subsp. recurva (Apiaceae) inform ConservationConservation BiologySolves, Jean-Philippe ; Howard, Linda; Barron, Kara; Monkemeier, Peggy; Stromberg, Juliet.Cienega
Huachuca Water Umbel
Apiaceae
Endangered
Habitat quality
Seed Bank
Transplant
Lilaeopsis
566New insights into the evolution of CAM photosynthesis from genomes of Yucca speciesThe evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping?Heyduk, Karolina; Berry, Kerrie; Daum, Chris; Lipzen, Anna; Grimwood, Jane; Jenkins, Jerry; Plott, Chris; Schmutz, Jeremy; Leebens-Mack, Jim.Whole Genome Sequencing
RNA sequencing
Physiology
photosynthesis
Gene duplication
723New prospects in studying hybridization: Assessing historical climatic driversPhylogenomic Perspectives on Reproductive Isolation and IntrogressionFolk, Ryan; Gaynor, Michelle; Okuyama, Yudai; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Guralnick, Robert.ancestral reconstruction
hybridization
introgression
Pleistocene
paleoclimate
703News from the Consortium of North American Lichen Herbaria: North America and beyond– where are we headed?Bryology and LichenologyBungartz, Frank; Gries, Corinna; Nash, Thomas; Lafferty, Daryl; Gilbert, Ed.Lichenology
biodiversity
bioinformatics
South America
488New transcriptomic resources and orthologous nuclear markers for the species-rich flowering plant family AcanthaceaeComparative Genomics/TranscriptomicsDe Morais , Erica Barroso; Schoenenberger, Juerg; Conti, Elena; Antonelli, Alexandre; Szoevenyi, Peter.Acanthaceae
Lamiales
targeted markers
transcriptomes
phylogeny
733Next generation floristics: Compositae of UruguayFloristics & TaxonomyBonifacino, Mauricio; Marchesi, Eduardo; Valtierra, Victoria; Perez, Camilo; Trujillo, Cristina; Gadea, Federico; Mailhos, Ary; Rossado, Andres ; Haretche, Federico; Pedrero, Eugenia.flora
Asteraceae
Scratchpads
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
905Next Generation Lichenology: A Strategy to Advance Biodiversity Science Leveraging the Riches of the Past Lichens have been the subject of scientific study for more than three centuries. Collectively hundreds of scientists have published thousands of worBryology and LichenologyLendemer, James.herbaria
genome
ecology
fungi
digitization
microlichen
epiphyte
Reproduction
138Niche evolution following whole genome duplicationFunctional Genetics/GenomicsDi Santo, Lionel; Kittilson, Jeffrey; Dlugosch, Katrina; Barker, Michael; Hamilton, Jill.niche divergence
polyploid evolution
homeologs evolution
Whole genome duplication
507Niche examination of Carex polymorpha Muhlenberg (Cyperaceae)EcologyCarlson, Christopher; Skema, C.; Block, Timothy.
706No Collection Left Behind: Research Contributions of Small CollectionsBiodiversity Informatics & Herbarium DigitizationMONFILS , ANNA K; Cahill, Blake.biodiversity
herbaria
digitization
556North America Defies Global Trend of Decreased Diversity under Extreme EnvironmentsMacroevolutionEdwards, Robert; Mason, Chase; Cartwright, Jennifer; Soltis, Pamela; Funk, Vicki; Thompson, James; Nauman, Travis; Ian, Pearse; Miller, Joe; Anacker, Brian; Goldhaber, Marty.macroecology
Species Richness
biodiversity
extreme environment
Compositae
1041Novel Methods for Conducting Biotic Inventories: Digitizing and Publishing Floristic Research within SEINet and other Symbiota Data PortalsFloristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunitiesGilbert, Edward; Franz, Nico.biodiversity
Floristic Inventory
SEINet
Symbiota
Humboldt Core
vouchers
specimen duplicates
Darwin Core Archives
Pensoft
267Nowhere left to go: phenotypic shifts undercompensate warming and drought effects in a rare, endemic alpine cushionDynamics and Demography of Alpine IslandsWinkler, Daniel; Yu-Chan Lin, Michelle; Chapin, Kenneth; Huxman, Travis.Baja California
chasmophyte
cushion
endemic
establishment
golden aster
Heterotheca
México
outcropping
Sierra de San Pedro Mártir
895Nuclear-plastid phylogenomic discordance in Isoetes (Lycopodiophyta) from North AmericaPteridologySchafran, Peter; Zimmer, Elizabeth; Taylor, W Carl; Musselman, Lytton.Lycophytes
phylogenomics
plastome
target enrichment
739Nutritive Differences Between Seeds of Annual & Perennial Grass Pea (Lathyrus L.)Crops and Wild RelativesNettleton, Colton; Herron, Sterling; Rubin, Matthew; Miller, Allison.Perennial
annual
nutrition
legume
perennial agriculture
inorganic ions

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