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  • Botany 2013 - Celebrating Diversity!
    Sunday evening July 28th 7 30 pm to be followed by the All Society Mixer Dr David White Regional Botany Special Lecture Department of Biological Sciences of Loyola University New Orleans Dr David A White is a full professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Loyola University New Orleans and is the regional wetlands expert on the ecology of the Mississippi River delta with nearly 30 years of continuous research in the delta proper There he has studied plant colonization and succession on mudflats and he has studied the ecology and genetics of the common reed Phragmites australis both old and very recent introductions of this species into these wetlands Most of this work has taken place on Delta National Wildlife Refuge a place within the crosshairs of many use groups giving Dr White broad knowledge and a unique perspective on managing one of America s most important refuges for migratory birds Dr White received both his M S and Ph D from Tulane University with intensive study of two other wetland ecosystems the upper Breton Sound basin and the Pearl River floodplain respectively This extensive career has credentialed him to be one of the leading wetland ecologists of southeastern Louisiana Regional Botany Special Lecture Time TBA Kaplan Memorial Lecture Dr Elena Alvarez Buylla From genes to complex networks and morphologies in plant evolution Professor in the Functional Ecology Department at the Institute of Ecology of the National Autonomous University of Mexico UNAM in Mexico City Mexico Miller Visiting Professor at the University of California Berkeley Using examples from the Pandanales particularly the Triuridaceae Zingiberales and Arabidopsis thaliana both general principles and specific examples of how genotypes map unto phenotypes will be discussed Theoretical experimental molecular genetic and comparative evolutionary approaches will be combined to summarize some of the contributions that have been made in plant evo devo studies Dr Elena Alvarez Buylla is a Professor in the Functional Ecology Department at the Institute of Ecology of the National Autonomous University of Mexico UNAM in Mexico City Mexico She is interested in uncovering how information contained in genes is expressed as phenotypes and in helping derive formal frameworks to search for generic aspects of developmental constraints She also explores evolutionary approaches to developmental mechanisms and systems biology including high throughput functional genomic studies and models of complex developmental gene regulatory networks Dr Elena Alvarez Buylla has been awarded the Mexican Academy of Science Award for Young Scientists 1999 and the top Science Award from Mexico City 2008 and UNAM 2010 Dr Alvarez Buylla is also committed to promoting an environmentally and socially responsible science with a deep ethical sense she is particularly interested in helping preserve Mexican natural agricultural and cultural diversity The Kaplan Lecture will be Monday Afternoon July 29th to be followed by the Kaplan Reception a ticketed event Annals of Botany Special Lecture Tia Lynn Ashman Professor and Associate Chair of Biological Sciences University of Pittsburgh Tia Lynn Ashman is a Professor and Associate Chair of

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  • Botany 2013 - Abstract Search
    science 8 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 10 Frontiers in fern gametophyte research 11 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 11 The Critical Role of Plant Fossils in Divergence Dating Studies 9 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 12 Diversity and Development in the Vitaceae More than Wine Grapes 6 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 13 The North American Coastal Plain a Global Biodiversity Hotspot 9 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 14 Themes of land plant evolution a celebration of the contributions of Leo J Hickey 13 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 15 The Devonian Period a time of major plant diversification a symposium in honor of Patricia G Gensel and her contributions to Devonian paleobotany 7 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 16 Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexes 9 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 17 Organisms as Ecosystems Exploring the Microbiome of Plants 5 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 18 Past Presidents Symposium Biodiversity Past Present and Future 7 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 19 Greater Caribbean Biodiversity and its Eco physiology Sustainability or degradation in next 50 years 6 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 20 Polyploidy microevolution and species level systematics 8 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 21 A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D Gottlieb 11 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM Topical Presentations Section Total Papers Posters 1 Biogeography 34 24 10 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 2 Conservation Biology 26 15 11 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 3 Ecophysiology 20 7 13 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 4 Evolutionary Developmental Biology Evo Devo 23 19 4 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 5 Genomics Proteomics 14 5 9 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE AUTHORS KEYWORDS PROGRAM 6 Hybrids and Hybridization 8 5 3 PRESENTING AUTHOR TITLE

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  • Botany 2013 - Celebrating Diversity!
    00 375 00 475 00 Post Doc Non Member 425 00 525 00 625 00 Students Grad Student Member 175 00 275 00 375 00 Grad Student Non Member 275 00 375 00 475 00 Undergraduate Student 90 00 190 00 290 00 Special for ALL students Save 20 00 off registration rates if you are a member of a Botanical Society of America Student Chapter Not a member start a chapter at your institution Here s how Student Members Earn back your early registration fee by voluteering as a conference assistant Information available soon Community College Educators Members 175 00 275 00 375 00 Community College Educators Non Members 275 00 375 00 475 00 K 12 Educator 65 00 100 00 150 00 One day Scientific Meeting Only 225 00 250 00 300 00 Workshops Field Trips Only 50 00 60 00 70 00 Amateur Botanists 50 00 60 00 70 00 Companion 70 00 70 00 70 00 All members of ABLS IAPT AFS ASPT and BSA qualify for the member rate Field trips and ticketed events are priced individually Educational and Scientific workshops and Sessions on Sunday are included in your registration fee and are available

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  • Botany 2013 - Celebrating Diversity!
    may be rejected All posters should be hung in the Exhibit Hall by 5 00 pm on Sunday July 28th All Society Poster Sessions Monday July 29 5 30 7 00 pm in the Exhibit Hall Grand Salon All posters are presented at this time including recent topics posters Poster numbers and locations are assigned when you check in to hang your poster Odd numbered posters will be presented from

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  • Botany 2013 - Celebrating Diversity!
    Ticketed Events Symposia Colloquia Workshops Speakers Home Join our Sponsors and Exhibitors in New Orleans Support them throughout the year Sponsors Exhibitors Jensen Botanical Art Botany 2013 Participating Societies For

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  • Botany 2013 - Celebrating Diversity!
    the highest of any vegetation type in North America if not the World The bogs are sprinkled with yellow trumpets parrot pitcher plants pink orchids butterworts red lilies bright orange milkweeds white bog buttons sundews and various meadowbeauties Some walking on level terrain but some areas may be wet please wear proper footgear and bring insect repellent and sun protection Water and Lunch will be provided Distance to the site about 100 miles travel time 1 hour 50 minutes by bus Leaders Mac H Alford Mike Davis and Tate Thriffiley Enrollment Limit 40 FT 4 Honey Island Swamp boat tour 100 00 8 00 AM 4 00 PM The Honey Island Swamp Marais de l Île de Miel is a marshland located on the Pearl River wildlife management area and managed by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries St Tammany Parish Louisiana The swamp is bordered on the south by Lake Borgne on the east by the Pearl River and the west by the West Pearl River It is one of the least altered river swamps in the United States Considered by many to be one of the most pristine swampland habitats in the United States the Honey Island Swamp covers an area that is over 20 miles long and nearly 7 miles across with much of its 70 000 acres are sanctioned as a permanently protected wildlife area Travel by boat to see ancient cypress trees garlanded with Spanish moss and an abundance of plant and animal life including alligators Tour boat ride Box lunches and water provided Distance to launch site about 40 miles travel time an hour by bus Leaders Dr Paul Wagner and associates http www honeyislandswamp com Dr Wagner s Honey Island Swamp Tours 41490 Crawford Landing Rd Slidell LA 70461 Enrollment Limit 25 FT 5 Lake Ramsey Nature Preserve 70 00 8 00 AM 4 00 PM Recognizing the threatened status of high quality longleaf pine flatwoods savannas in Louisiana and the many unique native species the habitat supports the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries acquired this nearly 800 acre tract in 1992 The WMA is located in St Tammany Parish about 7 miles northwest of Covington In recent years the Nature Conservancy has purchased additional lands along the Lake Ramsey and Horse Branch Roads that have enlarged the area now under conservation management The area is frequently burned to perpetuate the wide variety of ground cover plant species that occurs in a longleaf pine savannah At least 18 rare plant species have been identified on the site that makes it one of the most significant savannas remaining in eastern Louisiana This unique open longleaf savannah has evolved historically only through the regular occurrence of fire Prescribed fires will be critical in the continued future maintenance of his rare habitat In addition to the longleaf pine savannah the area supports other valuable natural plant communities including bayhead forest small river floodplains forest and an upland sandy stream Tchefuncte River These savannas are

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  • Botany 2013 - Celebrating Diversity!
    all current and former students alumni faculty staff and friends who have had a connection to botany at Cornell Please join us renew old friendships make new friends and catch up with your colleague s activities 7 00 am 8 00 am 20 00 TE 04 American Fern Society Luncheon The AFS Luncheon will be followed by the annual business meeting Come join us and hear about the many activities sponsored by the American Fern Society Noon to 1 30 pm 30 00 Students 15 00 TE 05 Student Involvement in Botany Luncheon and Interactive Career Panel Program to be announced Noon to 1 30 pm Student Price 5 00 All Others 25 00 TE 6 California Botanists Brown Bag Luncheon Bring your lunch and get together with botanists from California past or present or with interests in California plants We will have time for personal conversations a discussion and announcement period regarding projects and funding in California botany and an open forum No fee required but please register for this ticketed event Noon to 1 30pm Lunches available for TE 7 Kaplan Memorial Lecture Fund Cocktail Reception Lecture 4 00 5 00 pm followed by a Reception 5 00 6 00 pm We invite all 2013 participants to attend both the Lecture and the Cocktail Reception Fundraiser that immediately follows The later is a ticketed event 25 The ticket covers a commemorative wine glass hors d oeuvres and a drink as well as the opportunity to interact with speaker Dr Elena Alvarez Buylla and BSA colleagues The evening will culminate in a raffle and short auction of items generously donated by BSA members Dorothy Kaplan publishers the BSA and other professional organizations Proceeds and a portion of the ticket sales will be donated to the Kaplan Lecture Fund to promote continuation of the lecture series Reception 5 00 pm to 6 30 pm 25 00 TE 8 Planting Science Reception Join members of the Planting Science team celebrate the achievements of the past year and look forward the future Free 7 00 pm 8 30 PM TE 9 Paleobotanical Section Banquet Join us for the annual Paleo Section Mixer and then stay for the banquet Free Mixer 6 30 7 30 pm Dinner 7 30 pm to 10 00 pm 50 00 TE 10 Student Social and Networking Event To be announced 9 00 pm Midnight 5 00 Students All others 10 00 Tuesday TE 11 University of Connecticut Alumni and Friends Breakfast Join your colleagues and Alums for Breakfast 7 00 am to 8 00 am 20 00 TE 12 University of Wisconsin Alumni and Friends Breakfast Network and reconnect with current and former members of the UW family Once a badger always a badger Cheese curds not guaranteed 7 00 am to 8 00 am 20 00 TE 13 Enhancing Scientist Diversity in Plant Biology Luncheon Program To be Announced Noon to 1 30 pm 30 00 Students 15 00 TE 14 Ohio State University Reception Mix

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  • Botany 2013 - Abstract Search
    their abstracts Select as many as you like Abbott J Richard 3 Abstracts Abdalla Mohamed Aly 1 Abstract Adhikary Dinesh 1 Abstract Adongbede Erute Magdalene 2 Abstracts Aguirre Santoro Julian 1 Abstract Ahedor Adjoa 1 Abstract Ahee Jordan 1 Abstract Ahrendsen Dakota 1 Abstract Ain Qurrat Ul 1 Abstract Alford Mac 2 Abstracts Allen Jessica 1 Abstract Almeda Frank 2 Abstracts Almeida Ana Maria 1 Abstract Alvarez Buylla Roces Elena

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