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Sunday, July 27th

Sunday, July 27th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Firs South/Boise Centre
Session WS09: Workshop: A Free Tool for Visual Learning
Presiding: Bruce Kirchoff, University Of North Carolina At Greensboro
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July 27th 8:00 amA Free Tool for Visual Learning
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Conference Wide
001July 27th 8:00 amA Free Tool for Visual Larning
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Conference WideWorkshopKirchoff, Bruce.teaching
visual learning
active learning
Sunday, July 27th
1:00 pm to 5:00 pm · Firs South/Boise Centre
Session WS17: Workshop: Software for teaching plant identification
Presiding: Bruce Kirchoff, University Of North Carolina At Greensboro
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WS17001July 27th 1:00 pmSoftware for teaching plant identification
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Conference WideWorkshopKirchoff, Bruce.teaching
active learning
plant identification
software
visual learning

Monday, July 28th

Monday, July 28th
8:00 am to 9:45 am · Firs South/Boise Centre
Session 1: Contributed Papers: Ecological Section: Plant Reproductive Ecology
Presiding: Benjamin R Montgomery , University Of South Carolina Upstate
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1001July 28th 8:00 amDemography and reproductive ecology of Euphorbia rosescens, a threatened perennial herb endemic to Florida scrub
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Ecological SectionPaperSmith, Stacy A.; Menges, Eric S.; Faivre, Amy.Demography
Reproductive ecology
perennial herb
Florida
Euphorbia
1002July 28th 8:15 amSawgrass (Cladium jamaicense) fruit development, phenology and abortion in relation to sawgrass seed bank viability
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Ecological SectionPaperRICHARDS , JENNIFER H; ABREU, ANDREW; CORDOVA, JOSE R.; TAYLOR, JONATHAN.sawgrass
Cyperaceae
fruit abortion
seed bank
Everglades
1003July 28th 8:30 amEvidence for reproductive interference between sexual and apomictic populations of the Easter daisy (Townsendia hookeri, Asteraceae)
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Ecological SectionPaperGarani, Alice; Whitton, Jeannette.apomixis
polyploidy
Townsendia hookeri
Asteraceae
cross pollination
reproductive interference
flow cytometry
1004July 28th 8:45 amEffects of Climate Change on Plant Reproductive Success in the Indiana Spring Ephemeral Community
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Ecological SectionPaperRobertshaw, Asya; Emery, Nancy.spring ephemerals
Climate change
flowering phenology
Anemone acutiloba
plant-pollinator interaction
1005July 28th 9:00 amSexual antagonism in a mixed-mating hermaphrodite plant
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Ecological SectionPaperHersh, Evan; Madjidian, Josefin; Andersson, Stefan; Strandh, Maria; Lankinen, Asa.sexually antagonistic coevolution
conflict cost
delayed stigma receptivity
mixed-mating
Pollen competition
Collinsia heterophylla
sexual conflict
1006July 28th 9:15 amHidden responses to environmental variation: maternal effects reveal species niche dimensions
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Ecological SectionPaperGermain , Rachel M; Gilbert, Benjamin.Maternal effects
Ecological dynamics
Environmental variability
Mediterranean annuals
1007July 28th 9:30 amLocalized, Site-specific Shifts in Flowering Time Lead to Reproductive Isolation of Two Sympatric, Interfertile Forms of Dudleya brittonii (Crassulaceae) in Northern Baja California, Mexico
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Ecological SectionPaperMulroy , Thomas Wilkinson; Mulroy, Juliana C..character displacement
Flowering time
Dudleya
pre-zygotic barrier
hybridization 
sympatric speciation
parapatric speciation
Speciation
glaucous
flowering phenology
flowering period
sympatry
parapatry
Baja California
Crassulaceae
Coastal
Lithophyte
Fog
desert transition
Monday, July 28th
1:30 pm to 3:15 pm · Firs South/Boise Centre
Session 10: Contributed Papers: Ecological Section: Invasion Biology
Presiding: Sean Michael Hoban , National Institute For Mathematical And Biological Synthesis
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10001July 28th 1:30 pmImpacts of goatgrass on functional and compositional beta-diversity in a serpentine annual grassland
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Ecological SectionPaperCase , Erica J; Harrison, SP; Cornell, HV.
10002July 28th 1:45 pmEnhanced drought tolerance in the invasive bunchgrass Brachypodium sylvaticum (slender false brome)
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Ecological SectionPaperMarchini, Gina L; Maraist, Caitlin; Williamson, Michelle N.; Cruzan, Mitchell B.Brachypodium
invasive species
ecophysiology
Grass
Pacific Northwest
Drought
Adaptation
10003July 28th 2:00 pmThe Role of White-tailed Deer in Long-distance Dispersal of Lonicera maackii
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Ecological SectionPaperGuiden , Peter Westley; GORCHOV , DAVID L.
10004July 28th 2:15 pmEffects of the Invasive Shrub, Lonicera maackii, and a Generalist Herbivore, White-tailed Deer, on Forest Floor Plant Community Composition
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Ecological SectionPaperPeebles-Spencer , Jessica R; GORCHOV , DAVID L.Odocoileus virginianus
White-tailed Deer
Lonicera maackii
Amur Honeysuckle
NMDS
PERMANOVA
Indicator Species Analysis
Deer Exclosures
10005July 28th 2:30 pmAfter Moby Dick – examining hybridization between Centaurea maculosa (Spotted Knapweed) and Centaurea jacea (Brown Knapweed) on Nantucket Island
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Ecological SectionPaperZávada , Tomáš; Kesseli, Rick.invasive species
hybridization 
Phenotypic plasticity
Centaurea maculosa
Centaurea jacea
Compositae
10006July 28th 2:45 pmDissecting drivers of community assembly in a comparative phylogenetic framework
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Ecological SectionPaperMarx, Hannah; Lavergne, Sébastien ; Thuiller, Wilfried ; Tank, David C..megaphylogeny
community phylogenetics
Assembly rules
Naturalization Hypothesis
invasive plants
10007July 28th 3:00 pm
Canceled
Bacillus thuringiensis transgene introgression from Brassica napus to wild mustard B. juncea
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Ecological SectionPaperCao, Di; Stewart, Neal; Zheng, Min; Guan, Zhengjun; Wei, Wei; Tang, Zhixi; Ma, Keping.gene flow
insect bioassay
introgression
ecological consequence
Monday, July 28th
4:00 pm to 5:30 pm · Firs South/Boise Centre
Session M22: Meeting: Economic Botany Business Meeting
Presiding: Wendy Applequist, Missouri Botanical Garden
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July 28th 4:00 pmEconomic Botany Business Meeting
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Economic Botany Section

Tuesday, July 29th

Tuesday, July 29th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Firs South/Boise Centre
Session 15: Contributed Papers: Ecophysiology
Presiding: Anitra Thorhaug, Yale University; Frank Ewers, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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15001July 29th 8:00 amComparing Photophysiology Of Seagrasses In The Pacific Northwest:  Potential Implications For Species Interactions
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EcophysiologyPaperCaudle, Keri L.; Brown, Cheryl; Kaldy, James.Zostera marina
Zostera japonica
photophysiology
temperature
15002July 29th 8:15 amRestoration of Texas Estuarine Seagrass: Preliminary Results of 9 sites
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EcophysiologyPaperThorhaug, Anitra; Schwarz, ARthur G.; Oerke , Andrew H..seagrass restoration
seagrass
Texas estuaries
estuaries
whooping crane
dolphins
restoration success
turbidity
planting units
Halodule wrightii
Halophila decipiens
15003July 29th 8:30 amBioprospecting for indigenous ruderal plants with potentials for phytoremediation of soil Heavy Metals in the Southern Guinea Savanna of North Western Nigeria
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EcophysiologyPaperBako , Sunday Paul; Ezealor, Augustine Uwanekwu; Tanimu, Yahuza.Ruderal
plants
phytoremediation
Metals
Nigeria
15004July 29th 8:45 amA possible mechanism for increased performance of a xeric adapted big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii) ecotype: Photosynthesis, nitrogen, and chlorophyll concentration of leaves in reciprocal gardens across the Great Plains
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EcophysiologyPaperMaricle, Brian; Caudle, Keri L.; Olsen, Jacob; Bryant, Johnny; de la Cruz, Angel; Jensen, Amber; Baer, Sara; Bello, Nora; Johnson, Loretta.Photosynthesis
SPAD
nitrogen
ecotype
drought tolerance
15005July 29th 9:00 amGrowth and Physiological Ecology of Coastal Pygmy Oaks and Inland Oaks in a Low Rainfall Year
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EcophysiologyPaperBobich, Edward.Physiological ecology
Gas exchange
Water relations
Pygmy
15006July 29th 9:15 amPredicting phenological responses of arctic tundra species to climate change
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EcophysiologyPaperKhorsand Rosa, Roxaneh; Oberbauer, Steven; Starr, Gregory; Pop, Eric; Ahlquist, Lorraine; La Puma, Inga P.; Baldwin, Tracey.phenology
Arctic
Tussock tundra
Flowering
Climate change
Growing season
15007July 29th 9:30 amThe photosynthetic pathway effect on foliar δ15N along a climatic gradient in Hawaii
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EcophysiologyPaperAngelo , Courtney Lynn; Pau, Stephanie.C3 and C4 grasses
climatic gradient
foliar N
July 29th 9:45 amBreak
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Ecophysiology
15009July 29th 10:15 amPhysiological and morphological variation within the hard maple complex
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EcophysiologyPaperJackson , Whitney April; STRUWE, LENA.
15010July 29th 10:30 amInteractions of leaf functional traits, herbivory and genetic diversity in Echinacea angustifolia: Implications for fragmented populations
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EcophysiologyPaperKittelson, Pamela M.; Nielsen, Reina.
15011July 29th 10:45 amLeaf-trait plasticity predicts vulnerability to climate change
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EcophysiologyPaperCASPER , BRENDA B; LIANCOURT, PIERRE; BOLDGIV, BAZARTSEREN; SONG, DANIEL S; SPENCE, LAURA A; HELLIKER, BRENT R; PETRAITIS, PETER S.Climate change
Drought
Increased precipitation
Leaf functional traits
Phenotypic plasticity
Warming
15012July 29th 11:00 amDifferences in Survival and Growth Among Tropical Rain Forest Pioneer Tree Seedlings in Relation to Canopy Openness and Herbivory
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EcophysiologyPaperGoodale , Uromi Manage; Graeme, Berlyn; Gregoire, Timothy G. ; Tennakoon, Kushan U. ; Ashton, Mark.growth-survival trade-off
regeneration niche
Restoration Ecology
herbivory
Shade Tolerance
15013July 29th 11:15 amWhere dye goes: insights into water movement and morphological legacy in conifers
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EcophysiologyPaperLachenbruch, Barbara.hydraulic architecture
water transport
conifers
morphological legacy
embolism
dye
Drought
Wood anatomy
15014July 29th 11:30 amCompression wood, tension wood with ou without G fibers, eccentric growth … several ways to control the tree posture, more or less efficiently according to other tree and stem features
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EcophysiologyPaperFournier, Meriem; Dlouhá, Jana; Constant, Thiéry; Ruelle, Julien; Clair, Bruno; Alméras, Tancrede.Biomechanics
tropical
Trees
15015July 29th 11:45 amDehydration-induced collapse of transfusion tracheids in conifer leafs and its association with leaf water transport
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EcophysiologyPaperZhang, Yongjiang; Rockwell, Fulton; Wheeler, James; Holbrook, N. Michele.leaf hydraulics
conifers
vulnerability curves
transfusion tissue
cavitation
Tuesday, July 29th
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm · Firs South/Boise Centre
Session M30: Meeting: Physiological Section Meeting
Presiding: Frank Ewers, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Anitra Thorhaug, Yale University; Peter J Melcher ,
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July 29th 12:00 pmPhysiological Section Business Meeting
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Physiological Section
Tuesday, July 29th
1:30 pm to 3:15 pm · Firs South/Boise Centre
Session 28: Contributed Papers: Molecular Ecology 2
Presiding: Mitchell E. McGlaughlin, University Of Northern Colorado
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28001July 29th 1:30 pmMolecular evolution of photoreceptor genes between sister species and non-neutral divergence along latitude
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Molecular Ecology and EvolutionPaperIkeda, Hajime; Gustafsson, Lovisa ; Brochmann, Christian ; Nagatani, Akira ; Setoguchi, Hiroaki.alpine
phytochrome
photoreceptor
allopatric speciation
local adaptation
28002July 29th 1:45 pmFirst complete chloroplast genome sequence from Joinvilleaceae (J. ascendens, Poales) shows unique and unpredicted rearrangements
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Molecular Ecology and EvolutionPaperDuvall, Melvin R.; Wysocki, William P..Poales
Joinvilleaceae
plastome
28003July 29th 2:00 pmThe evolutionary ecology of an allopolyploid neospecies, Salsola ryanii
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Molecular Ecology and EvolutionPaperWelles , Shana Rose; Ellstrand, Norman C.allopolyploid
Salsola
hybridization 
invasive plants
28004July 29th 2:15 pmEvolutionary insights from transcriptome comparisons of the serpentine endemic Caulanthus amplexicaulis var. barbarae and its non-serpentine sister species, C. amplexicaulis var. amplexicaulis
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Molecular Ecology and EvolutionPaperHawkins, Angela K.; Pepper, Alan E. .Brassicaceae
Serpentine soils
Caulanthus
28005July 29th 2:30 pmConflicting Evolutionary Signal Among Genetic Markers in the Endemic Acmispon (Fabaceae) of the California Channel Islands
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Molecular Ecology and EvolutionPaperMcGlaughlin, Mitchell E.; Helenurm, Kaius; Wallace, Lisa.Channel Islands
species tree
gene tree
plastid DNA
nuclear low or single copy genes
Microsatellite
Acmispon
28006July 29th 2:45 pmAdaptive potential and trait variation of a widespread grass Andropogon gerardii across a Great Plains climate gradient: Implications for climate change
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Molecular Ecology and EvolutionPaperGalliart, Matt; Johnson, Loretta; Sabates, Sofia; Tetreault, Hannah; DeLaCruz, Angel; Bryant, Johnny; Morgan, Theodore; Bello, Nora; Baer, Sara; Gibson, David; Wilson, Laurel; Maricle, Brian.
28007July 29th 3:00 pmEcological divergence across a mosaic of soils in the Amazonian tree Protium subserratum (Burseraceae)
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Molecular Ecology and EvolutionPaperMisiewicz, Tracy; Fine, Paul.Tropical Tree
ecological divergence
Adapatation
Amazon
Edaphic specializatin

Wednesday, July 30th

Wednesday, July 30th
8:00 am to 11:30 am · Firs South/Boise Centre
Session 32: Contributed Papers: Pollination Biology I
Presiding: Jurriaan M De Vos, Brown University; JENNIFER H RICHARDS , Florida International University
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32001July 30th 8:00 amHistorical Pollen Data as a Comparative Tool in Climate Change Studies
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Pollination BiologyPaperDeMariano, Audra; Krakos , Kyra Neipp; Hoch, Peter; Miller, Nicole.historical
pollen
pollination
conservation biology
32002July 30th 8:15 amFloral fragrance differentiation among species of Mormolyca (Orchidaceae): what floral scent profiles can tell us about pollination
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Pollination BiologyPaperArevalo , Rafael E; Cameron, Kenneth.floral traits
Orchidaceae
pollination
Phylogeny
32003July 30th 8:30 amDo Dracula orchids exploit guilds of fungus visiting flies? New perspectives on a brood-site mimicry
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Pollination BiologyPaperPolicha, Tobias; Grimaldi, David; Dentinger, Bryn; Manobanda, Rocío; Ludden, Ashley; Troya, Adrian; Roy, Bitty.Neotropical
mimicry
cloud forest
Diptera
Insect community
biodiversity
Orchidaceae
Zygothrica
Ecuador
32004July 30th 8:45 amThe importance of being the first: Oenothera sect. Gaura as a case study in defining primary pollination systems
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Pollination BiologyPaperKrakos , Kyra Neipp.pollination
Oenothera
floral traits
syndromes
32005July 30th 9:00 amReproductive ecology of a rare western prairie species - Oenothera coloradoensis
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Pollination BiologyPaperHulsey, Ryan C.; Krakos , Kyra Neipp; Hoeft , Adam Patrick.Oenothera
pollinators
Gaura
Breeding System
pollen limitation
convergent evolution
32006July 30th 9:15 amPollen competition in style: Is bigger always better?
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Pollination BiologyPaperChang, Shu-Mei.Pollen competition
floral biology
artificial selection
Ipomoea
32007July 30th 9:30 amEvolution of flower number - flower size trade-offs: ecological significance and evolutionary patterns in Lewisia and related genera (Montiaceae)
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Pollination BiologyPaperDe Vos, Jurriaan M; Harder, Lawrence D.; Edwards, Erika.inflorescence evolution
Trait Covariance
Montiaceae
Caryophyllales
trade-off
floral evolution
July 30th 9:45 amBreak
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Pollination Biology
32009July 30th 10:15 amFloral food-bodies and a special pollen dispersal mechanism in bird-pollinated Axinaea (Melastomataceae)
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Pollination BiologyPaperDELLINGER, AGNES S.; PENNEYS, DARIN S.; SCHOENENBERGER, JUERG.Axinaea
Melastomataceae
bird-pollination
floral food body
floral structure
32010July 30th 10:30 amAdult solitary bees regularly and actively consume pollen
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Pollination BiologyPaperDOBSON , HEIDI E M.bee
pollen
flower rewards
solitary bee
32011July 30th 10:45 amDisturbance effect on the community of floral visitors of annual plants in a xeric environment in Mexico
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Pollination BiologyPaperFigueroa-Castro , Dulce Maria; González-Tochihuitl, Guadalupe; Ramírez-Morales, María del Carmen; Rivas-Arancibia, Sombra Patricia.Abundance
Disturbance index
diversity
Insect community
Similarity
species richness
32012July 30th 11:00 amPetal Abscission as a Mechanism of Delayed Self Pollination in Linum rigidum
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Pollination BiologyPaperMontgomery , Benjamin R; Twitty, Brittany P.; Phillps, Caleb W..Delayed self pollination
Corolla abscission
Reproductive assurance
Flax
32013July 30th 11:15 amInfluence of different bumble bee species on reproductive success and mating patterns in monkeyflower, Mimulus ringens.
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Pollination BiologyPaperKARRON , JEFFREY DAVID; Vizelka, Jason; mitchell, Randall.pollination
Plant reproduction
pollinator
mating system
Wednesday, July 30th
1:30 pm to 3:00 pm · Firs South/Boise Centre
Session 40: Contributed Papers: Pollination Biology II
Presiding: SUZANNE KOPTUR, Florida International University
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40001July 30th 1:30 pmSystematic implications of nectary types and nectar concentration in epiphytic cacti of tribes Hylocereeae and Rhipsalideae (Cactaceae)
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Pollination BiologyPaperCota-Sanchez, J. Hugo; Almeida, Odair.Cactaceae
floral nectaries
nectar
Hylocereeae
Rhipsalideae
pollination
40002July 30th 1:45 pmDo Flowering Palms Hog All the Visitors?  A test of the pollinator magnet hypothesis
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Pollination BiologyPaperKOPTUR, SUZANNE; Barrios Roque , Beyte .pollen
stigma
palm
Competition
sharing
magnet
Pine Rocklands 
Florida
model system
Apocynaceae
Arecaceae
wildflower
40003July 30th 2:00 pmPollination biology in fragmented populations of Angadenia berteroi a native perennial plant of the south Florida pine rocklands
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Pollination BiologyPaperBarrios Roque , Beyte ; KOPTUR, SUZANNE; Pena, Sean Ryan.pollination
Apocynaceae
Pine Rocklands 
Pollen transfer efficiency
40004July 30th 2:15 pmReproductive biology in the Plains Prickly Pear, Opuntia polyacantha (Cactaceae), in Saskatchewan. Denver Falconer (denver.falconer@usask.ca) & J. Hugo Cota-Sánchez (hugo.cota@usask.ca). D
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Pollination BiologyPaperFalconer, Denver; Cota-Sanchez, J. Hugo.Cactaceae
Opuntia
reproductive biology
40005July 30th 2:30 pmReproductive biology can provide with additional evidence for natural hybridization in Amaryllidaceae
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Pollination BiologyPaperPeña, Paola; Moreno, Mauro; Oleas, Nora H.fruit production
hybridization 
pollen viability
Andes
40006July 30th 2:45 pmBreeding system and prey community assessment for Pinguicula lutea, a Florida threatened carnivorous plant  
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Pollination BiologyPaperPrimer, Samantha B.; Molano-Flores, Brenda; Annis, Jenna; Coons, Janice; Feist, Mary Ann.

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