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Sunday, July 8th

Sunday, July 8th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Delaware A/Hyatt
Session WS07: Workshop: Translating scientific research into hands-on activities for pre-K-12 students
Presiding: Mary Keppler, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
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WS07001July 8th 8:00 amTranslating scientific research into hands-on activities for pre-K-12 students
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Conference WideWorkshopKeppler, Mary; Larkin, Claire.education
inquiry
Sunday, July 8th
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm · Delaware A/Hyatt
Session WS15: Workshop: Professional Development: Part I: Applying to Graduate Programs and Part II: How to Succeed in Graduate School
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WS15001July 8th 1:00 pmProfessional Development: Part I: Applying to Graduate Programs and Part II: How to Succeed in Graduate School
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Conference WideWorkshopSakai, Ann.
Sunday, July 8th
3:15 pm to 5:15 pm · Delaware A/Hyatt
Session WS12: Workshop: Influencing Science Policymakers: A Workshop for Students and Early Career Scientists
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WS12001July 8th 3:15 pmInfluencing Science Policymakers: A Workshop for Students and Early Career Scientists
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Conference WideWorkshopGropp, Robert.public policy

Monday, July 9th

Monday, July 9th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Delaware A/Hyatt
Session SY01: Symposium: Ephedra pollination and other gnetalean oddities
Presiding: Catarina Rydin, Stockholm University; Stefanie M. Ickert-Bond, University Of Alaska Museum Of The North
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SY01001July 9th 8:00 amDegradome and proteome of pollination drops of Ephedra and other gymnosperms (Gnetidae, Ginkgoidae and Pinidae)
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Ephedra pollination and other gnetalean odditiesSymposiumVon Aderkas, Patrick; Little, Stefan; Pirone, Cary; Cross, Tyra; Hardie, Darryl; Smith, Derek; Han, Jun; Jesse, Susannah; Prior, Natalie; Thornburg, Robert; Bolinder, Kristina; Hou, Chen; Ickert-Bond, Stefanie M.; Borchers, Christoph; Rydin, Catarina.pollination drops
Ephedra
Gnetidae
Pinidae
degradome
proteome
SY01SUMJuly 9th 8:00 amEphedra pollination and other gnetalean oddities
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Ephedra pollination and other gnetalean odditiesSymposiumRydin, Catarina; Ickert-Bond, Stefanie M..Ephedra
fossils
Gnetales
gymnosperms
pollination
seed plant phylogeny
SY01002July 9th 8:30 amCenozoic evolution in Ephedra: Did a shift from biotic to abiotic pollination drive diversification?
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Ephedra pollination and other gnetalean odditiesSymposiumBolinder, Kristina; Alexandersson, Ronny; Ickert-Bond, Stefanie M.; Ehrlén, Johan; Rydin, Catarina.bottleneck effect
Cenozoic
diversification
Ephedra
Gnetales
pollination
shift
SY01003July 9th 9:00 amDiversification in North America arid lands: niche conservatism, divergence and expansion of habitat explain speciation in the genus Ephedra
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Ephedra pollination and other gnetalean odditiesSymposiumLoera, Israel; Sosa, Victoria; Ickert-Bond, Stefanie M..Ephedra
niche conservatism
aridlands
speciation
July 9th 9:30 amBreak
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Ephedra pollination and other gnetalean oddities
SY01005July 9th 10:00 amEvolution of ancient lineages: independently evolving higher units in the seed plant order Gnetales
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Ephedra pollination and other gnetalean odditiesSymposiumHumphreys, Aelys M..Macroevolution
diversification
Higher taxa
SY01006July 9th 10:30 amEmbryological Oddities in Gnetales
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Ephedra pollination and other gnetalean odditiesSymposiumStevenson, Dennis.Ephedra
Gnetum
Welwitschia
Selaginella
megagametophye
Embryogenesis
Gnetales
SY01007July 9th 11:00 amEphedra monosperma, a potential model organism for studies of development and evolution in Gnetales and gymnosperms.
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Ephedra pollination and other gnetalean odditiesSymposiumLittle, Stefan; Groot, Edwin; Christianson, Michael; Jernstedt, Judy.Ephedra
Gnetales
gymnosperm evolution
model organism
Plastochron
SY01008July 9th 11:30 amAnemophilous features of Ephedra
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Ephedra pollination and other gnetalean odditiesSymposiumNiklas, Karl.pollination
Ephedra
aerodynamics
computer modeling
Monday, July 9th
8:00 pm to 11:00 pm · Delaware A/Hyatt
Session MX3: Mixer: Party with the DeVault Ridge Band
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July 9th 8:00 pmParty with the DeVault Ridge Band
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Tuesday, July 10th

Tuesday, July 10th
8:55 am to 12:00 pm · Delaware A/Hyatt
Session 27: Contributed Papers: Teaching Section I
Presiding: Carina Anttila Suarez, ; Stokes Baker, University of Detroit Mercy
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July 10th 8:55 amIntroduction
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Teaching Section
27002July 10th 9:00 amIncreasing Student Motivation and Engagement in Science
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Teaching SectionPaperScogin, Stephen.inquiry-based learning
motivation
engagement
education
Science Education
technology
self-determination
Mentoring
27003July 10th 9:15 amIncorporating Undergraduate Biology Majors into Botanical Outreach in Elementary Schools
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Teaching SectionPaperClevinger, Jennifer.Botany Education
outreach
investigative activities
Undergraduates
27004July 10th 9:30 amGetting students involved in biostatistics through projects: allowing students to build on their knowledge.
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Teaching SectionPaperVasseur, Liette.statistics
constructivism
undergraduate
projects
27005July 10th 9:45 amLights, Camera, Acting Transport! Participation in Activity Improves Student Understanding and Retention of the Key Concepts of Membrane Transport
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Teaching SectionPaperGnagy, Susanne.active learning
pre-test/post-test
retention
July 10th 10:00 amBreak
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Teaching Section
27007July 10th 10:30 amDo Undergraduates Stereotype Me? Undergraduate Student Ratings of Faculty Versus Graduate Teaching Assistants
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Teaching SectionPaperKendall , Katharina Denise; Schussler, Elisabeth E..Undergraduates
Effective Instruction
Graduate Teaching Assistants
Faculty Members
27008July 10th 10:45 amStudents' online inquiry engagement in PlantingScience: Examples from exemplary middle and high school students' experiences.
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Teaching SectionPaperPeterson , Cheryl Ann; Stuessy, Carol.PlantingScience
Assessment
inquiry-based learning
mentoring
teaching
online
inquiry
27009July 10th 11:00 amIntegrating mathematics, computer skills, and writing with a simple phenotypic plasticity investigation
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Teaching SectionPaperBaker, Stokes; Selby, Karen.Quercus rubra
Phenotypic plasticity
inquiry-based learning
Writing
ImageJ
Statistics
27010July 10th 11:15 amThe Educational Value of an Urban Tree Flora: Wayside Trees of Tropical Florida
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Teaching SectionPaperLee, David; Kirchoff, Bruce; West, Stacy.Trees
flora
urban
tropical
27011July 10th 11:30 amThe Nature of PlantingScience: First Hand Information from the Student-Scientist Dialogs
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Teaching SectionPaperOzturk, Gokhan.inquiry-based learning
Science Education
Mentoring
nature of science
technology
Tuesday, July 10th
1:30 pm to 5:00 pm · Delaware A/Hyatt
Session 39: Contributed Papers: Teaching Section II
Presiding: Carina Anttila Suarez, ; Stokes Baker, University of Detroit Mercy
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39001July 10th 1:30 pmTraining the next generation of biodiversity scientists to write and analyze data at George Mason University, botany included!
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Teaching SectionPaperWeeks, Andrea.Writing
data analysis
statistical tests
discussion
metacognition
39002July 10th 1:45 pmA written assignment to instill research skills into Plant Biology students
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Teaching SectionPaperGuinel, Frederique.research skills
writing assignment
form and function
communication
39003July 10th 2:00 pmDendrogrammaceae: The Next Generation
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Teaching SectionPaperClark, Lynn; Holt, Brandon.Dendrogrammaceae
Phylogenetics
systematics teaching tool
39004July 10th 2:15 pmBotany Boot Camp 2012: Teaching Teachers in South Georgia
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Teaching SectionPaperBush, Catherine; Jones, Leslie; Enderle, Patrick.AYP
Pedagogical Content Knowledge
Teacher Quality Grant
inquiry-based learning
39005July 10th 2:30 pmIncreasing student involvement in botany through a service learning experience.
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Teaching SectionPaperHazelwood, Donna.Botany Education
service learning
July 10th 2:45 pmBreak
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Teaching Section
39007July 10th 3:15 pmUsing student-designed visual guides to promote plant recognition
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Teaching SectionPaperPoulton, Jennifer.visual guide
visual key
image-based key
plant recognition
plant identification
tree identification
plant blindness
visual literacy
visual learning
39008July 10th 3:30 pmDeveloping fluorescent microarrays for inquiry instruction
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Teaching SectionPaperBaker, Stokes; Selby, Karen.inquiry-based learning
ecology
microarrays
yeast
39009July 10th 3:45 pmTaking biodiversity to school
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Teaching SectionPaperCrisci, Jorge V.; Katinas, Liliana; McInerney, Joseph D..Systematics
Educational goals
Evolution
The need of a narrative
Curriculum standards
39010July 10th 4:00 pmStudent Engagement and Assessment Tools (SEATs) for Large Section Botany Course
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Teaching SectionPaperNepal, Madhav; Wake, Carol.Normalized Learning Gains
Peer Learning
Student Feedback
Large Section Course
Student Assessment
July 10th 4:15 pmDiscussion
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Teaching Section

Wednesday, July 11th

Wednesday, July 11th
8:00 am to 12:15 pm · Delaware A/Hyatt
Session SY08: Symposium: Transplantations and relocation of species at risk: learning from the past to plan for the future
Presiding: Liette Vasseur, Brock University
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SY08SUMJuly 11th 8:00 amTransplantations and relocation of species at risk: learning from the past to plan for the future
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Transplantations and relocation of species at risk: learning from the past to plan for the future SymposiumVasseur, Liette; Fredeen, Art.endangered species
conservation
relocation
reintroduction
transplantation
population ecology
SY08001July 11th 8:15 amReintroduction of the Endangered Huachuca Water Umbel in Southeastern Arizona.
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Transplantations and relocation of species at risk: learning from the past to plan for the future SymposiumTitus, Jonathan; Titus, Priscilla.endangered species
reintroduction
wetlands
SY08002July 11th 8:45 amPost-glacial migration, biogeography and genetics of a narrow endemic thistle, Cirsium pitcheri (Asteraceae) : Consequences for restorations
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Transplantations and relocation of species at risk: learning from the past to plan for the future SymposiumFant, Jeremie; Havens, Kayri. Cirsium pitcheri
gene flow
microsatellites
narrow endemic
population genetics
post-glacial migration
endangered species
SY08003July 11th 9:15 amTranslocation of rare plant species to restore Garry oak ecosystems in western Canada: challenges and opportunities
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Transplantations and relocation of species at risk: learning from the past to plan for the future SymposiumClements, David R..endangered species
climate change
home range
population ecology
plant communities
July 11th 9:45 amBreak
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Transplantations and relocation of species at risk: learning from the past to plan for the future
SY08005July 11th 10:15 amPlant reintroduction in changing environments: the case of endangered Chloropyron molle subsp. molle (Orobanchaecae) in weed-invaded estuarine wetlands
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Transplantations and relocation of species at risk: learning from the past to plan for the future SymposiumGrewell, Brenda; Espeland, Erin.endangered species
reintroduction
disturbance
invasive species
habitat change
seed bank
hemiparasite
annual plant
conservation
wetlands
SY08006July 11th 10:45 amEvaluating re-introduction methods for the Gulf of Saint Lawrence aster (Symphyotrichum laurentianum) on Prince Edward Island.
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Transplantations and relocation of species at risk: learning from the past to plan for the future SymposiumAtkinson, K. L.; Lacroix, C..
SY08007July 11th 11:15 amApplying rare plant reintroduction guidelines
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Transplantations and relocation of species at risk: learning from the past to plan for the future SymposiumRandall, Johnny; Kunz, Michael.reintroduction
rare
July 11th 11:45 amDiscussion
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Transplantations and relocation of species at risk: learning from the past to plan for the future
Wednesday, July 11th
1:30 pm to 5:45 pm · Delaware A/Hyatt
Session SY10: Symposium: From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant development
Presiding: Arunika Gunawardena, Dalhousie University
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July 11th 1:30 pmIntroduction
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant development
SY10SUMJuly 11th 1:30 pmFrom canonical to new model systems: The future of plant development
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant developmentSymposiumGunawardena, Arunika; Lacroix , Christian .Non-model species
SY10002July 11th 1:45 pmNorway spruce:A colossal organism to study fine processes
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant developmentSymposiumBozhkov, Peter.Norway spruce
Embryogenesis
Programmed cell death
SY10003July 11th 2:15 pmVisual Characters in Floral Development
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant developmentSymposiumKirchoff, Bruce.Flower
inflorescence
character
character state
Development
SY10004July 11th 2:45 pmMore Mutations From Sperm Than Egg in Plants: The Roles of Selection and Development at the Gametophyte Stage
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant developmentSymposiumJohnston, Mark.
July 11th 3:15 pmBreak
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant development
SY10006July 11th 3:45 pmThe Lace plant as an emerging novel system to study programmed cell death
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant developmentSymposiumGunawardena, Arunika; Lord, Christina; Rantong, Gaolathe; Dauphinee, Adrian.Programmed cell death
Non-model species
Leaf development
SY10007July 11th 4:15 pmExamining the genetic basis of fruit diversity in the tribe Brassiceae (Brassicaceae)
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant developmentSymposiumHall, Jocelyn; Avino, Mariano; Mankowski, Peter; Sullivan, Sierra; Bernard, Kelsey.
SY10008July 11th 4:45 pmVacuolar granules in the root tips of Zea mays var. amylacea: new puzzle, classical solutions
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant developmentSymposiumGladish, Daniel; Saito, Susumu; Niki, Teruo.Zea mays var amylacea
primary root apical meristem
vacuolar granule
SY10009July 11th 5:00 pmMyriophyllum aquaticum: a system for comparative developmental studies of leaves, from genes to morphology
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant developmentSymposiumLacroix , Christian ; Shafiullah, M. D.; Bourque, Laura.leaf development
KN1
comparative development
July 11th 5:15 pmDiscussion
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