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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

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