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Sessions for Friday, July 6th, 2012
AfternoonRG1
Sessions for Saturday, July 7th, 2012
MorningRG2BR1WS01
AfternoonPR1
EveningM01
Sessions for Sunday, July 8th, 2012
MorningPR2BR2RG3BR3M02WS02WS03WS06WS07M03M04M05SVWS05M06M11WS08M07M08
AfternoonM09WS04WS09WS10WS15W99WS12WS13WS14M10M12M13M14M15
EveningS1MX1
Sessions for Monday, July 9th, 2012
MorningBR4BR5M16PR3RG4SY01SY023245617BR6C1EX1BK1C289S5
AfternoonL2L3L4M34M35M36M37M38SY03101112131415161718C3SY04BK219M17M18M19PMX2
EveningR1M39BQ1M20R2M21MX3
Sessions for Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
MorningBR7M22PR4RG5TE11TE11A21222526SY0523242827EX2M23BK33429303132D1S2
AfternoonL5L6M40SY06353637383940C4SY0741S3BK442M24M25D2S4M26M27M28R4
EveningMX4BQ2MX5
Sessions for Wednesday, July 11th, 2012
MorningBR8M29PR5RG6BR9434445SY0846SY09C54748EX3BK54950S6
AfternoonL1L7M33L8C751525354C6SY10SY11BK6M30M31M32R3S7
EveningMX6BQ3

Presentations for Session SY10

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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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SY10001July 11th 1:30 pmIntroduction
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant development
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 developmentSymposium or Colloquium PresentationBozhkov, 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 developmentSymposium or Colloquium PresentationKirchoff, 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 developmentSymposium or Colloquium PresentationJohnston, Mark.
SY10005July 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 developmentSymposium or Colloquium PresentationGunawardena, 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 developmentSymposium or Colloquium PresentationHall, 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 developmentSymposium or Colloquium PresentationGladish, 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 developmentSymposium or Colloquium PresentationLacroix , Christian ; Shafiullah, M. D.; Bourque, Laura.leaf development
KN1
comparative development
SY10010July 11th 5:15 pmDiscussion
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From canonical to new model systems: The future of plant developmentDiscussion Session

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