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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
    15 8 30 8 45 9 00 9 15 9 30 9 45 10 00 10 15 10 30 10 45 11 00 11 15 11 30 11 45 Afternoon 12 00 1 00 1 15 1 30 1 45 2 00 2 15 2 30 2 45 3 00 3 15 3 30 3 45 4 00 4 15 4 30 4 45 5 00 5 30 Evening 7 00 Sessions for Tuesday July 28th 2009 Morning 8 00 8 15 8 30 8 45 9 00 9 15 9 30 9 45 10 00 10 15 10 30 10 45 11 00 11 15 11 30 11 45 Afternoon 12 00 1 00 1 15 1 30 1 45 2 00 2 15 2 30 2 45 3 00 3 15 3 30 3 45 4 00 4 15 4 30 4 45 5 00 5 15 5 30 Afternoon 6 00 Sessions for Wednesday July 29th 2009 Morning 8 00 8 15 8 30 8 45 9 00 9 15 9 30 9 45 10 00 10 15 10 30 10 45 11 00 11 15 11 30 11 45 Afternoon 1 00 1 15 1 30

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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
    Locations or Search Botany Mycology 2009 Home Login Search Submitted Abstracts Please select your search criteria and then click the Search button to search the abstract database If you have been given a specific abstract ID number you can select the Abstract ID search type If you use this type of search all section topic selections are ignored Criteria ALL ABSTRACTS IN SELECTED SECTION TOPICS S other criteria selections will

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    email address and password whenever you enter the abstract submission site If you already have a password for the site please enter your e mail address and password and click the Sign In button If you have forgotten your password the site can e mail it to you Please note If you have changed your browser s settings to disable cookies you will need to re enable them before proceeding

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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
    12 35 14 Abstract Detail MSA Presidential Address Halling Roy E 1 A Bolete Story In the mid 1970 s the Boletes were basically circumscribed as a family or two of fleshy mushrooms with pores and characterized by macro and micromorphological features Distribution was thought to be largely limited to forest and woodland habitats in the northern hemisphere where particular families of trees and shrubs are ectomycorrhizal partners The north temperate bias delimiting boletes was further exacerbated because most of the boletologists lived and worked there Little attention was given to southern hemisphere or tropical taxa except for some few compilations by mycologists with access to collections amassed during the era of colonial exploration of the tropics but who had little or no field experience there Between then and now proper collaborative efforts have led to taxonomic experts not just commissioned collectors exploring remote new habitats and even returning to classical ones for diversity documentation As a result we have evidence today of a robust non northern hemisphere bolete community whose species composition has allowed a new perception of our understanding of the group Exploratory field work continues to provide the fundamental raw material properly vouchered specimens for hypothesis driven

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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
    ABLS American Fern Society AFS American Society of Plant Taxonomists ASPT Botanical Society of America BSA Mycological Society of America MSA Presentations for Program MSA Presidential Address Click on the Abstract you would like to read Session Date Time Location Title Type Authors Keywords Monday July 27th Monday July 27th 8 00 am to 9 30 am middot Ballroom 1 Cliff Lodge Level B Session S1 Special Lecture MSA Presidential

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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
    and the aftermath of ancient polyploidization Now that we have so many genome sequences we are becoming more interested in the differences between species than in the genes they hold in common Comparative genomics is the science of using synteny and other methods to identify orthologous genes in different species which is the starting point for identifying species specific differences In my lab we work on the clade of fungi Saccharomycotina that includes the bakers yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae More than a dozen Saccharomycotina genomes are available for comparison and we are fortunate that they share high levels of synteny so we can align genomic regions and identify homologous genes relatively easily However one surprise has been the substantial number of loci in yeast genomes where the orthologs in different species have diverged enormously in sequence to the point where their BLAST hits are marginal or non existent In these cases it would be impossible to recognize the genes as orthologs without having synteny information We can also study the effect of ancient polyploidization whole genome duplication WGD on yeast genomes because a single WGD event occurred in the common ancestor of six yeast genera We can compare these genera to outgroups whose genomes are not duplicated This reveals very rapid gene loss soon after WGD loss of alternative copies in different species resulting in potential Dobzhansky Muller incompatibilities and the emergence of divergent functions in some of the retained duplicate gene pairs We have inferred the complete structure of the ancestral yeast genome as it existed just before WGD happened Comparing this ancestor to the S cerevisiae genome reveals the sets of genes that have been added to and lost from the genome during the most recent 100 Myr of evolution on the lineage leading to modern S cerevisiae Many

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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
    American Fern Society AFS American Society of Plant Taxonomists ASPT Botanical Society of America BSA Mycological Society of America MSA Presentations for Program MSA Karling Lecture Click on the Abstract you would like to read Session Date Time Location Title Type Authors Keywords Monday July 27th Monday July 27th 5 30 pm to 6 45 pm middot Ballroom 1 Cliff Lodge Level B Session S3 Special Lecture MSA Karling Lecture

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