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Monday, August 1st

Monday, August 1st
8:00 am to 12:30 pm · Chatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention Center
Session SY01: Symposium: The importance of communicating science
Presiding: Andrea D. Wolfe, Ohio State University
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August 1st 8:00 amIntroduction
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The Importance of Communicating Science
SY01SUMAugust 1st 8:00 amThe Importance of Communicating Science
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The Importance of Communicating ScienceSymposiumWolfe, Andrea D..
SY01002August 1st 8:15 amScience Literacy in the General Public and in the Classroom: What Is Our Message?
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The Importance of Communicating ScienceSymposiumUno, Gordon.science literacy
misconceptions
inquiry instruction
active learning
SY01003August 1st 8:45 amThe challenges of effectively communicating science to almost everybody
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The Importance of Communicating ScienceSymposiumArmstrong, Joseph E.general public
science communication
teaching nonmajors
jargon
SY01004August 1st 9:15 amWhy Does it Matter?: Communicating Science to Make it Relevant
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The Importance of Communicating ScienceSymposiumVerdolin, Jennifer.science communication
science literacy
science education
SY01005August 1st 9:45 amThe Importance of Visual Storytelling in Communicating Science
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The Importance of Communicating ScienceSymposiumWolfe, Andrea D..photography
outreach
broader impacts
visual communication
scientific outreach
August 1st 10:15 amBreak
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The Importance of Communicating Science
SY01007August 1st 10:45 amGetting more than 20 strangers to care about your research: Why would you want to?
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The Importance of Communicating ScienceSymposiumHolsinger, Kent.science communication
Twitter
Facebook
Social media
broader impacts
SY01008August 1st 11:15 am#SciComm, media relations, and a botanist on Mars: How to get more than 20 strangers to hear about your latest research when it’s not published in Nature or Science
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The Importance of Communicating ScienceSymposiumMartine, Chris.science communication
Solanum watneyi
media relations
outreach
dissemination
professional development
career
new species
SY01009August 1st 11:45 amCommunicating Science through Action: Technology-Enabled Citizen Science
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The Importance of Communicating ScienceSymposiumSoltis, Pamela S.; James, Shelley; Mast, Austin R.; Ellwood, Elizabeth R..citizen science
technology-enabled
multi-generational
iDigBio
WeDigBio
Notes From Nature
August 1st 12:15 pmDiscussion
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The Importance of Communicating Science
Monday, August 1st
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · Chatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention Center
Session SY04: Symposium: The Future of Herbarium Genetics and Genomics
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SY04SUMAugust 1st 1:30 pmThe future of herbarium genetics & genomics
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The Future of Herbarium Genetics and GenomicsSymposiumMartin, Michael D..
August 1st 1:30 pmIntroduction
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The Future of Herbarium Genetics and Genomics
SY04002August 1st 1:45 pmCollections in 21st Century Science: more important than ever
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The Future of Herbarium Genetics and GenomicsSymposiumFunk, Vicki; Mandel, Jennifer R; Dikow, Rebecca.collections
21st Century
Next generation sequencing
Compositae
climate change
SY04003August 1st 2:15 pmInvestigating the biogeography and evolution of widespread species with large sets of herbarium specimens
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The Future of Herbarium Genetics and GenomicsSymposiumBeck, James Benjamin.herbarium
herbarium DNA
North America
widespread species
SY04004August 1st 2:45 pmHotspots of phylogenetic richness and endemism in the California flora
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The Future of Herbarium Genetics and GenomicsSymposiumThornhill, Andrew; Baldwin, Bruce G.; Freyman, William A.; Nosratinia, Sonia; Morueta-Holme, Naia; Kling, Matthew; Baxter, David; Madsen, Tom; Ackerly, David; Mishler, Brent D..California flora
Spatial phylogenetics
Biodiverse software
diversity
endemism
August 1st 3:15 pmBreak
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The Future of Herbarium Genetics and Genomics
SY04006August 1st 3:45 pmPreserve the past, protect the future: botanical reference collections are critical in the fight against illegal logging
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The Future of Herbarium Genetics and GenomicsSymposiumDormontt, Eleanor.Illegal logging
genetics
Species Identification
CITES
SY04007August 1st 4:15 pmHost-switching as a major driver of diversification in parasitic plants: A case study in Orobanche
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The Future of Herbarium Genetics and GenomicsSymposiumSchneider, Adam; Baldwin, Bruce G..Orobanchaceae
parasitism
phylogenetics
phylogenomics
cryptic species
new species
herbarium
genome skimming
SY04008August 1st 4:45 pmCommon ragweed population genomics from historical herbarium vouchers
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The Future of Herbarium Genetics and GenomicsSymposiumBarreiro, Fátima S.; Wales, Nathan; Vieira, Filipe J. G.; Martin, Michael D.; Gilbert, M. Thomas P..ragweed
common ragweed
population
genetics
population genomics
Genomics
Genotyping by sequencing (GBS)
Next generation sequencing
herbarium
historical
Ambrosia artemisiifolia
August 1st 5:15 pmDiscussion
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The Future of Herbarium Genetics and Genomics

Tuesday, August 2nd

Tuesday, August 2nd
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Chatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention Center
Session SY05: Symposium: Evolution, Development, and Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and Arrangement
Presiding: Wenheng Zhang, Virginia Commonwealth University; Qiu-Yun (Jenny) Xiang, North Carolina State University
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SY05SUMAugust 2nd 8:00 amEvolution, Development, and Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and Arrangement
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Evolution, Development, and BSA Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and ArrangementSymposiumXiang, Qiu-Yun (Jenny); Zhang, Wenheng.
August 2nd 8:00 amIntroduction
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Evolution, Development, and BSA Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and Arrangement
SY05002August 2nd 8:15 amThe big, the bad, and the beautiful: evolution and development of the world's largest flowers (Rafflesiaceae)
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Evolution, Development, and BSA Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and ArrangementSymposiumNikolov, Lachezar Atanasov; Davis, Charles C..Rafflesiaceae
parasitism 
Reproductive morphology
schizogeny
gene expression
homology
SY05003August 2nd 8:45 amPatterns of floral organ initiation and evolution of floral symmetry in pentapetalous angiosperms
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Evolution, Development, and BSA Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and ArrangementSymposiumBukhari, Ghadeer; Zhang, Jingbo; Zhang, Wenheng.floral symmetry
floral organ initiation
floral evolution
floral zygomorphy
pentapetalous angiosperms
medially positioned abaxial petal
medially positioned adaxial petal
oblique plane of floral symmetry
phylogeny
flag
landing platform
SY05004August 2nd 9:15 amPhylogenetic and genetic patterns of flower evolution in Penstemon
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Evolution, Development, and BSA Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and ArrangementSymposiumHileman, Lena C.floral evolution
parallelism
phylogenomics
RADseq
quantitative genetics
August 2nd 9:45 amBreak
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Evolution, Development, and BSA Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and Arrangement
SY05006August 2nd 10:15 amOrgan Identity and Organ Boundaries in Floral Development and Evolution
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Evolution, Development, and BSA Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and ArrangementSymposiumBartlett, Madelaine.Development
Molecular evolution
genetics
floral evolution
SY05007August 2nd 10:45 amHeritability and Fitness Consequences of Architectural Effects Within Inflorescences
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Evolution, Development, and BSA Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and ArrangementSymposiumKulbaba, Mason W; Tomaszewski, Caitlin E; Clocher, Ilona C; Harder, Lawrence D.architectural effects
heritability
fitness
reproduction
SY05008August 2nd 11:15 amA proposed TFL1-AP1-like gene-based model for the evolution of inflorescence architecture in Cornus L. (Cornaceae)
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Evolution, Development, and BSA Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and ArrangementSymposiumXiang, Qiu-Yun (Jenny); Ma, Qin; Liu, Xiang; Franks, Robert.Inflorescence architecture evolution
gene expression
character correlation
Gene regulation
August 2nd 11:45 amDiscussion
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Evolution, Development, and BSA Genetics of Floral Display - Form, Size, and Arrangement
Tuesday, August 2nd
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · Chatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention Center
Session SY07: Symposium: Understanding plant defense strategies: Interplay between traditional botanical tools and modern analytical approaches
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August 2nd 1:30 pmIntroduction
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Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical Tools and Modern Analytical Approaches
SY07SUMAugust 2nd 1:30 pmUnderstanding plant defense strategies: Interplay between traditional botanical tools and modern analytical approaches
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Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical Tools and Modern Analytical ApproachesSymposiumKariyat, Rupesh R.
SY07002August 2nd 1:45 pmEffects of inbreeding and herbivore damage on gene expression in Solanum carolinense
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Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical Tools and Modern Analytical ApproachesSymposiumMena-Ali, Jorge; Kariyat, Rupesh; Mescher, Mark; DeMoraes, Consuelo; Stephenson, Andrew G.Inbreeding
plant-insect interactions
differential expression
Herbivory
Gene regulation
induced defenses
SY07003August 2nd 2:15 pmBiochemical characterization and ecological effects of flower color polymorphism in Solanum eleaegnifolium
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Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical Tools and Modern Analytical ApproachesSymposiumKariyat, Rupesh R.Solanum
anthocyanin
growth
defense
SY07004August 2nd 2:45 pmOmics approaches to understand plant defense against insects
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Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical Tools and Modern Analytical ApproachesSymposiumLouis, Joe.herbivore
plant-insect interactions
maize
defense
August 2nd 3:15 pmBreak
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Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical Tools and Modern Analytical Approaches
SY07006August 2nd 3:45 pmWhat a next-generation phylogeny tells us about Australia’s bush tomatoes (Solanum)
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Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical Tools and Modern Analytical ApproachesSymposiumMartine, Chris; Cantley, Jason; Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid; Hayes, Daniel; Roche, Morgan; Tank, David C..Solanaceae
Solanum
breeding system
dioecy
andromonoecy
undergraduate research
MarkerMiner
Seed dispersal
Biogeography
introns
SY07007August 2nd 4:15 pmLocal adaptation in the interaction between Trichobaris soror and Datura stramonium
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Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical Tools and Modern Analytical ApproachesSymposiumMiranda-Perez, Adan; De-la-Mora, Marisol; Nunez-Farfan, Juan.local adaptation
Datura stramonium
Trichobaris soror
defense
SY07008August 2nd 4:45 pmGeographic variation in herbivore selection and the diversification of floral scent in evening primroses (Onagraceae)
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Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical Tools and Modern Analytical ApproachesSymposiumJogesh, Tania; Robert, Raguso; Overson, Rick; Fant, Jeremie; Skogen, Krissa.Herbivory
pollination
floral volatiles
onagraceae
August 2nd 5:15 pmDiscussion
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Understanding Plant Defense Strategies: Interplay Between Traditional Botanical Tools and Modern Analytical Approaches

Wednesday, August 3rd

Wednesday, August 3rd
8:00 am to 12:15 pm · Chatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention Center
Session SY10: Symposium: Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface between Terrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon Storage
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SY10001August 3rd 8:00 amIntroduction: Fringe Carbon Stocks and Fluxes in Gulf of MExico and Eastern Atlantic Coast of USA -Implications for Mitigating Climate Change
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Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface between Terrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon StorageSymposiumThorhaug, Anitra.blue carbon
seagrasses
mangroves
marshes
riparian forests
carbon flux
Carbon sequestration 
estuarine carbon
oceanic carbon
SY10002August 3rd 8:30 amThe Riverine inflow effect on Seagrass: Examining oceanic and terrigenous carbon sedimentary carbon inputs in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean
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Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface between Terrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon StorageSymposiumpoulos, Helen Mills; Ku, Tim C.W.; Thorhaug, Anitra; Lopez-Portillo, Jorge; Berlyn, Graeme P..blue carbon
carbon flux
Gulf of MExico carbon
Carbon sequestration 
MExican mangrove carbon
Climate change sequestered carbon
seagrass carbon sequestration
Puerto Rico blue carbon
Vieques blue carbon
carbon isotope differentiation
SY10003August 3rd 9:00 amMangrove Sequestration and Fluxes of Carbon in USA
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Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface between Terrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon StorageSymposiumBarr, Jordan.Eddy covariance
Mangrove Forests
Everglades National Park
Net ecosystem exchange
blue carbon
SY10004August 3rd 9:30 amMangrove Carbon Stocks from the Mexican Portion of the Gulf of Mexico
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Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface between Terrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon StorageSymposiumLopez-Portillo, Jorge; Bravo Mendoza, Mariana; Lara Domínguez, Ana Laura; Méndez Linares, Patricia; Hernández Santana, José Ramón; García Calva, Liliana; Golubov Figueroa, Jordan.MExican mangrove carbon
Mangrove blue carbon
Gulf of MExico carbon
mangrove carbon stock
Vera Cruz mangrove carbon
Tabasco mangrove carbon
Campeche mangrove carbon
August 3rd 10:00 amBreak
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SY10006August 3rd 10:30 amSeagrass Carbon standing stock, flux, and loss in in East Coast USA and Gulf of Mexico . Net seagrass ecosystem organic carbon balance of Atlantic USA estuaries
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Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface between Terrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon StorageSymposiumThorhaug, Anitra; poulos, Helen Mills; Ku, Tim C.W.; Lopez-Portillo, Jorge; Berlyn, Graeme P..seagrass blue carbon
seagrass carbon sequestration
Gulf of MExico carbon
seagrass organic carbon
pollution & seagrass carbon
Atlantic seagrass carbon
SY10007August 3rd 11:00 amFluxes and the Effects of Blue carbon from Coastal Vegetation on Estuarine and Shelf Carbonate budget and implications to Climate Change calculations in the USA
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Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface between Terrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon StorageSymposiumHerrmann, Maria; Najjar, Ramond, Jr..USA Carbon budget
estuarine sequestered carbon
Atlantic shelf carbon
tidal vegetation carbon
USA shelf Carbon budget
climate change carbon budget
SY10008August 3rd 11:30 amThe Carbon budget and processes in the Blue Carbon fringe: final carbon flux and carbon stock in the Atlantic coast assessment :
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Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface between Terrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon StorageSymposiumThorhaug, Anitra; Herrmann, Maria; Najjar, Ramond, Jr..blue carbon
Atlantic shelf carbon
Atlantic estuarine blue carbon
August 3rd 12:00 pmDiscussion
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Climate Change Solutions from Plant Science: The Interaction at the Interface between Terrestrial Ecosystems and Coastal Ecosystems for Carbon Storage

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