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Sessions for Saturday, July 25th, 2015

Morning8:00

Sessions for Sunday, July 26th, 2015

Morning8:0010:00
Afternoon1:003:155:15
Evening7:30

Sessions for Monday, July 27th, 2015

Morning8:008:158:308:459:009:1510:0010:1510:3010:4511:0011:1511:3011:45
Afternoon1:301:452:002:152:302:453:003:303:454:004:154:304:455:005:305:45
Evening8:00

Sessions for Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

Morning8:008:158:308:459:009:159:3010:1510:3010:4511:0011:1511:3011:45
Afternoon1:301:452:002:152:302:453:003:303:454:004:154:304:45

Sessions for Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

Morning8:158:308:459:159:3010:0010:1510:3010:4511:0011:1511:30
Afternoon1:301:452:002:152:302:453:003:454:154:304:455:005:15

Presentations for 11:30, Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

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SessionLocationTitleSection/TopicTypeAuthorsKeywords
59013Salon 3/The Shaw Conference CentreCitizen science as a tool for expanding our capacity to georeference biodiversity specimens
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BiogeographyPaperEllwood, Elizabeth; Bart, Henry; Krings, Michael; Jue, Dean; Mann, Justin; Nelson, Gil; Rios, Nelson; Mast, Austin R..georeferencing
herbarium specimen
biodiversity
citizen science
Public Participation in Scientific Research
Biocollections
Digitization
60014Salon 2/The Shaw Conference CentreFruit morphology and anatomy of modern and fossil Torricelliaceae (Apiales)
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Systematics Section/ASPTPaperManchester, Steven; Collinson, Margaret; Herrera, Fabiany; Soriano Hoyuelo, Carmen; Andrew, Mary J..fossil
Apiales
Eocene
61014Salon 15/16/The Shaw Conference CentreGenic x Genomic Interactions and the Phenotypic Effects of Whole Genome Duplication
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Molecular Ecology and EvolutionPaperGreen, Adam; Husband, Brian.Arabidopsis
plants
Evolution
63013Salon 19/20/The Shaw Conference CentreAssisted Migration to Mitigate the Effects of Climate Change for Rare and Range-Restricted Plants
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Conservation BiologyPaperPedersen, Jennine; Macdonald, Ellen; Nielsen, Scott.assisted migration
climate change
Liatris ligulistylis
range shift
climatic niche
64006Salon 1/The Shaw Conference CentreA tree pathogen- presence, persistence and expansion in a domesticated world
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Mycological SectionPaperSakalidis, Monique; Feau, Nicolas; Dhillon, Braham; Hamelin, Richard C..Population Genomics
Fungi
Phenotype
Pathogenicity
poplar
canker
Septoria musiva
Mycosphaerella populorum
Sphaerulina musiva
65006Salon 9/The Shaw Conference CentreViral infection negatively impacts the establishment and spread of a powdery mildew in populations of Cucurbita pepo ssp. texana, mitigating the fitness benefits of a virus-resistant transgene
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Host/Plant Pathogen Interactions and Plant Health ManagementPaperStephenson, Andrew G.; Harth, Jacquelyn; Weakland, Danelle; Nowak, Kayla; Ferrari, Matthew.Plant-Pathogen Interaction
transgenic plants
Cucurbita pepo
Vector transmitted disease
cucumber beetle
powdery mildew
Erwinia tracheiphila

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