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  • Botany & Plant Biology 2007
    the blues at Buddy Guy s Legends one block from the Hilton Experience summer concerts in Grant Park Millenium Park Field Museum Shedd Aquarium Adler Planetarium Art Institute of Chicago Experience a Whitesox game tentative schedule has home games July 2 8 2007 Incredible diversity of restaurants in all price brackets as well as the world famous Taste of Chicago will take place June 29 July 8 2007 Chicago Continues To Lead The Way In Making The City Green New initiatives put forth by the city are making Chicago a frontier in cities going green Under the direction of Mayor Richard M Daley Chicago has pledged to make Chicago the greenest city in the US City Hall boasts the largest rooftop garden one of the most visible and recognizable structures in the city The rooftop garden named the City Hall Green Roof Pilot Project is designed to provide education and research of weather patterns in the Midwest Mayor Daley has also spent many of his years in office overseeing the preservation of Chicago s 29 miles of shoreline 15 miles of beaches and 500 parks He is also responsible for the planting of more than 400 000 trees throughout Chicago s neighborhoods Other initiatives driving Chicago s forefront include the placement of solar panels on a number of the city s buildings including the Field Museum the Mexican Fine Arts Museum and the Art Institute and free natural gas powered trolley fleets that transport tourists and conventioneers around town Source Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau To Attend the Conference Online Conference Registration Form To Register by Mail of Fax Hilton Housing Reservations Coming Soon Want to share expenses Need a Roommate Interested in serving as a student worker Fill out the application Deadline June 15 Student Research Symposium Plant Biology

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  • Botany & Plant Biology 2007
    less than four hour flight from all major North American business destinations and less than nine hours from European trade centers The city offers daily non stop direct flights to China Japan and South Korea In addition O Hare International Airport has been voted the Best Airport in North America seven years running by the readers of Business Traveler Magazine The Center of America Chicago is at the center of the nation s interstate highway and rail systems making it easily accessible from anywhere in the country About 12 9 million people live within an easy two hour drive of Chicago Factor in those who live within a one day drive and you ve got approximately 46 million people Drive Times from Select U S Cities City Distance Drive Time Milwaukee 91 Miles 1 5 Hours Indianapolis 185 Miles 3 5 Hours Detroit 275 Miles 4 5 Hours St Louis 291 Miles 5 Hours Cleveland 346 Miles 5 5 Hours A number of major highways converge in Chicago including Interstate 94 from Milwaukee into Indiana I 90 from central Wisconsin I 88 from the Quad Cities I 80 from Iowa to New York and beyond I 55 from St Louis Interstate 57 from Southern Illinois and I 65 from Indiana Easy to Get Around Chicago s a big city but it s remarkably easy to get around All the convention facilities hotels cultural institutions shopping dining and entertainment are concentrated in a relatively small area Everything can be easily reached by walking public transportation or short cab rides The city s rapid transit system provides quick safe rail service to downtown from both O Hare International and Midway airports A free trolley offers shuttle service between Navy Pier and downtown destinations To Attend the Conference Online Conference Registration Form To

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  • Botany & Plant Biology 2007
    when flying into Chicago O Hare Airport Some exclusions may apply Discounts are valid July 3 14 2007 If you would like to rent a Car Avis Worldwide Discount AWD Number is J955218 Use this AWD number when calling Avis directly at 1 800 331 1600 to receive the best car rental rates available or use the dedicated web page to make your reservations Discount will be in effect June 30 July 17 2007 Avis is located at Midway Airport O Hare Airport as well as downtown and at suburban locations Greyhound Bus Service is available into Chicago Check website for times fares and discounts www greyhound com The Greyhound station is about a mile from the Chicago Hilton located at 630 W Harrison St Chicago IL 60607 Telephone 312 408 5800 OR Take Amtrak to Chicago check website for fares and schedules The Amtrak Station is a little over a mile from the Hilton and located at 210 S Canal St Chicago IL 60606 Telephone 1 800 USA RAIL 1 800 872 7245 To Attend the Conference Online Conference Registration Form To Register by Mail of Fax Hilton Housing Reservations Coming Soon Want to share expenses Need a Roommate

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  • Botany & Plant Biology 2007
    Millennium Park and Museum Campus It is the closest luxury hotel to the city s convention center while being only minutes from the loop business center shopping and theatre The Hilton Chicago hotel features 1 544 richly appointed guest rooms full service business center fitness facilities diverse dining options and over 234 000 square feet of meeting banquet and exhibit space Housing Information We apologize that the Hilton Chicago is now sold out of our room block for meeting attendees on certain nights There may be few rooms that are available for the Hilton Chicago due to cancellation or only for certain days To get on a waiting list for the Hilton Chicago please send us an email with your exact check in check out dates and room preferences Reservations are not guaranteed and are based on availability of the hotel Below is a list of hotels in close proximity to the Hilton Chicago Plant Biology Botany 2007 has NOT negotiated rates or room blocks with the following hotels Feel free to use any other internet avenues to find alternative housing options Best Western Grant Park Chicago s Essex Inn The Congress Plaza Hotel and Convention Center Travelodge Hotel Downtown Hotel Blake Want to share expenses Roommate Matching The Hilton Chicago Reservation Site does not provide roommate matching Roommate matching will be handled by the Housing Bureau Download a Roommmate Matching Form pdf The Housing Bureau can be reached via phone mail fax or e mail E mail jointcongresshousing conferencemanagers com Phone 703 964 1240 Fax 703 964 1246 Mail Joint Congress 2007 Housing 11260 Roger Bacon Drive Suite 402 Reston VA 20190 USA To Attend the Conference Online Conference Registration Form To Register by Mail of Fax Hilton Housing Reservations Coming Soon Want to share expenses Need a Roommate

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  • Botany & Plant Biology 2007
    to Chicago Special Discounts Where to Stay Food and Beverage Planning If you are responsible for planning the menu for refreshments at your event please fill out this form and email it to Johanne Please use a seperate form for each event you are responsible for Select your items from the Hilton Catering Menu or from the Additional choices provided by the catering staff Please submit your choices using this form by June 8th Prices on the menus DO NOT include tax 14 5 or Service Charges 17 5 and Administrative Fee 4 5 As a result events can get quite costly so be aware of your budget Any questions comments etc call me 614 899 9356 or email me To Attend the Conference Online Conference Registration Form To Register by Mail of Fax Hilton Housing Reservations Coming Soon Want to share expenses Need a Roommate Interested in serving as a student worker Fill out the application Deadline June 15 Student Research Symposium Plant Biology and Conservation Chicago Botanic Garden Click here for more info Miscellany Need a Letter of Invitation E mail Johanne Apply for Travel Money See if you qualify ASPB Travel Grant Application Members of all societies

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  • Botany & Plant Biology 2007
    on workshops Two hour half day and full day workshops will be organized so that attendees may participate in workshops and or field trips also being planned for Sunday An additional benefit to K 12 Illinois Educators is the opportunity for to receive up 15 Continuing Professional Credits CPEs for attending the Forum Session Scientific Workshops Field Trips and or the Scientific Program Topical Sessions TOPICAL THREADS Individual sessions are grouped within the topical themes or threads listed below Emphasizing Botany across the Curriculum Sessions on what is the vital content to cover and what s at the cutting edge within disciplinary areas how to promote plants in the classroom and among your colleagues developing interdisciplinary courses curricula and educating pre service teachers about plants Designing Investigative Laboratories Sessions on model or best practice labs Engaging Undergraduates in Research What are the challenges of mentoring undergraduate research students Developing Effective Teaching and Mentoring Skills Supporting Effective Teaching and Learning Sessions on funding information about grant sources tips on writing proposals and grant management Reaching Out beyond the Ivory Towers Sessions on best practice initiatives Active Learning in K 16 Classrooms Session Types Four types of sessions will be included in the Forum program and these are listed below Organizers will be able to select the most appropriate type of session for their topic Informational Session A presentation by one to three speakers in which specific information is conveyed Informational sessions should leave a minimum of 20 minutes for questions and answers An introduction by one to three facilitators followed by time for in depth discussion or an organized activity that engages the audience Two thirds of the time period should be devoted to discussion and interaction A breakout session often culminates in a commitment group recommendations or personal agendas for

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  • Botany & Plant Biology 2007 - Abstract Search
    Sessions Date Time Locations or Search Botany Plant Biology 2007 Home Login Programs At A Glance Click on the program you would like to browse Programs At A Glance Complete Conference Program At A Glance ASPB Major Symposia At A Glance ASPB Minisymposia At A Glance ASPB Category Posters At A Glance BSA Society Section Programs At A Glance BSA Symposia Colloquia Addresses Discussion Sessions At A Glance BSA Education

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  • Botany & Plant Biology 2007
    and Byrophyte Physiology Comparative Genomics Development Physiology and Systematics of the Brassicaceae and Cleomaceae Conservation Biology of Eastern Tallgrass Prairie integrating issues of management and restoration for the 21st Century Deep Time integrating paleobotany and phylogenetics Emerging Model Species for Developmental Evolutionary and Functional Analyses Evolution and diversification in the Sapindales Evolution in a Glaciated Landscape Contribution of Endemism to Great Lakes Biodiversity Evolution of flower development from phenotypes to genes Ferns on Oceanic Islands from dispersal to long lasting diversity Integrating Plant Systematics Integration of spatial and ecological data in evolutionary studies Molecules to morphology Developing an understanding of plant evolution through time Paradigm Shifts in Systematic Biology from Linnaeus to the Present 1707 2007 Has Anything Really Changed Plant Photoreceptors and Photomorphogenesis Plant phylogenomics defining synergies between plant systematics and genome biology Plant fungal Interactions PlantingLearning active learning in botany Ranunculales a basal eudicot perspective of angiosperm evolution Sherwin Carlquist Symposia The evolution and maintenance of mixed mating systems The functional significance of leaf shape variation towards a consensus from gene to community To Attend the Conference Online Conference Registration Form To Register by Mail of Fax Hilton Housing Reservations Coming Soon Want to share expenses Need a

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