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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 amChatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterIntroduction
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SY01002August 1st 8:15 amChatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterScience Literacy in the General Public and in the Classroom: What Is Our Message?
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Symposium PresentationUno, Gordon.science literacy
misconceptions
inquiry instruction
active learning
SY01003August 1st 8:45 amChatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterThe challenges of effectively communicating science to almost everybody
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Symposium PresentationArmstrong, Joseph E.general public
science communication
teaching nonmajors
jargon
SY01004August 1st 9:15 amChatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterWhy Does it Matter?: Communicating Science to Make it Relevant
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Symposium PresentationVerdolin, Jennifer.science communication
science literacy
science education
SY01005August 1st 9:45 amChatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterThe Importance of Visual Storytelling in Communicating Science
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Symposium PresentationWolfe, Andrea D..photography
outreach
broader impacts
visual communication
scientific outreach
August 1st 10:15 amChatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterBreak
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SY01007August 1st 10:45 amChatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterGetting more than 20 strangers to care about your research: Why would you want to?
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Symposium PresentationHolsinger, Kent.science communication
Twitter
Facebook
Social media
broader impacts
SY01008August 1st 11:15 amChatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention Center#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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Symposium PresentationMartine, Chris.science communication
Solanum watneyi
media relations
outreach
dissemination
professional development
career
new species
SY01009August 1st 11:45 amChatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterCommunicating Science through Action: Technology-Enabled Citizen Science
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Symposium PresentationSoltis, 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 pmChatham Ballroom - B/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterDiscussion
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Monday, August 1st, 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm · 101/Savannah International Trade and Convention Center
Session 13: Contributed Papers: Economic Botany
Presiding: Rachel Meyer, New York University
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13001August 1st 2:00 pm101/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterDocumenting traditional ecological knowledge about plants in Puebla, Mexico, using DNA Barcoding
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Oral PaperPuente, Caroline; Amith, Jonathan D.; Salazar, Gerardo A.; Cabrera, Lidia; Kress, John.DNA barcoding
Mexico
ethnobotany
13002August 1st 2:15 pm101/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterToward a global view of breadfruit genetic diversity and domestication using microsatellites and hyb-seq data
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Oral PaperZerega, Nyree J.C.; Gardner, Elliot; Ragone, Diane.breadfruit
Artocarpus
Moraceae
Genetic diversity
domestication
crop wild relatives
hyb-seq
13003August 1st 2:30 pm101/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterHistorical Ethnobotany of the Antidiabetic Remedies of Trinidad and Tobago – Knowledge Conservation or Innovation?
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Oral PaperBullard-Roberts, Angelle; Bennett, Bradley.knowledge transmission
Trinidad and Tobago
ethnobotany
medicinal plants
antidiabetic pharmacopoeia
13004August 1st 2:45 pm101/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterFomeag Cafeteria : A New global Perspective towards Utilization, Conservation of Biodiversity and Biodiversity-Climate link
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Oral PaperPandey, Vashist.Plant Biodiversity
Utilization
conservation
Plant-climate interactions
Biodiversity-Climate link
13005August 1st 3:00 pm101/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterEthnobotanical and Floret Studies of Twelve Species of The Family Asteraceae in Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria
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Oral PaperAkinnubi, Funmilola Mabel; Oladipo, Olaniran Temitope; Akinloye, Akinwumi Johnson.Floret
Anthesis
Capitula
Ethnobotanical
receptacle
Asteraceae
Monday, August 1st, 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm · 101/Savannah International Trade and Convention Center
Session M21: Meeting: Economic Botany Business Meeting
Presiding: Wendy Applequist, Missouri Botanical Garden
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August 1st 4:00 pm101/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterEconomic Botany Business Meeting
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Monday, August 1st, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm · Exhibit Hall/Savannah International Trade and Convention Center
Session P: Contributed Posters: Economic Botany: Contributed Posters
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PEN001August 1st 5:30 pmExhibit Hall/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterAstragalus: A review of its medicinal uses and health effects
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Poster: Economic BotanyTodorov, Toma; Zauner, Ranae; Olga, Kopp.Astragalus
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Fabaceae
pharmacological compounds
polysaccharides
galactomannans
saponins
flavonoids
traditional medicine
PEN002August 1st 5:30 pmExhibit Hall/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterMicroflora in ice-machine, Plasma nanotechnology to obtain clean ice using a Bi-Polar unit
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Poster: Economic BotanyGhosh, Nabarun; Bennert, Jeff; Veloz, Mitsy; Bennert, Jon; Revanna, Chandini; Saadeh, Constantine.Biofilm
microflora
Ice Machine
Bi-polar unit
PEN003August 1st 5:30 pmExhibit Hall/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterCrops of the Future: Identifying Wild Herbaceous Perennial Legumes for Prebreeding and Domestication
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Poster: Economic BotanyHerron, Sterling; Ciotir, Claudia; Miller, Allison.perennial agriculture
sustainable agriculture
perennial pulse
land institute
perennial crop
PEN004August 1st 5:30 pmExhibit Hall/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterThe effects of silver sagebrush (Artemisia cana, Asteraceae) amended feed on chicken growth and tissue protein content
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Poster: Economic BotanyMavencamp, Chelsea N; Hildebrand, Terri J.silver sagebrush
Kjeldahl method
tissue protein content
commercial value
PEN005August 1st 5:30 pmExhibit Hall/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterThe love and hate of weeds - an interdisciplinary analysis of opinions in media, metaphors and biological facts
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Poster: Economic BotanyStruwe, Lena; Calamia, Alex; Pitt, Mackenzie; Nucci, Mary L..media
weeds
communication
Invasive
urban
science literacy
PEN006August 1st 5:30 pmExhibit Hall/Savannah International Trade and Convention CenterA study of the effect of locular gel removal on Solanum lycopersicum seed germination
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Poster: Economic BotanyEvensen, Arthur; Belnap, Camille.tomato

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