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Adam`s MarkCancelledMCC, 201AMCC, 201A-DMCC, 201BMCC, 201CMCC, 201D
MCC, 202AMCC, 202BMCC, 203AMCC, 203BMCC, 204AMCC, 204BMCC, Grand ballroom

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SessionDate/TimeTitleSectionTypeAuthorsKeywords
17-1July 29th
8:15 am
Hybrid watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum x M. sibiricum; Haloragaceae) populations: an invasive threat to North American lakes Ecological SectionPaperMoody, Michael L., Les, Donald H..
17-2July 29th
8:30 am
Grazing by wintering waterfowl on food plant Scirpus triqueter in a tidal mudflatEcological SectionPaperKIM, G. Y., LEE, C. W., PARK, S. B., JOO, G. J..
17-3July 29th
8:45 am
Testing life history theory in a phylogenetic context: the association of climate and habit in evening primroses (Oenothera, Onagraceae)Ecological SectionPaperEvans, M. E. K., Hahn, W. J., Hearn, D..
17-4July 29th
9:00 am
The effect of competition and physiological integration on fitness-related traits: A two-year study of Viola blandaEcological SectionPaperSudler, K. Nicole.
17-5July 29th
9:15 am
Effects of spatial heterogeneity on the Tragedy of the Commons response to competitionEcological SectionPaperO'Brien, Erin, Brown, Joel.
17-6July 29th
9:30 am
Patterns of plant and soil water relations along a cold desert ecotone: significant differences on a small ecological scaleEcological SectionPaperRosenthal, David, Stiller, Volker, Ludwig, Fulco, Donovan, Lisa.
17-7July 29th
10:15 am
Spikelet phenology and floral compatibility of sawgrass, Cladium jamaicense (Cyperaceae) in the south Florida EvergladesEcological SectionPaperSnyder, Jenise M., Richards, Jennifer H..
17-8July 29th
10:30 am
Breeding System and Pollination of a Narrowly Endemic Herb of the Lower Florida Keys: Impacts of the Urban Wildland InterfaceEcological SectionPaperLiu, Hong, Koptur, Suzanne.
17-9July 29th
10:45 am
Behavior and pollination efficiency of flower visitors of Pitcairnia Angustifolia (Bromeliaceae).Ecological SectionPaperFumero-Caban, Jose J., Melendez-Ackerman, Elvia.
17-10July 29th
11:00 am
Comparative seed ecophysiology of four closely-related Aristolochia species: a test of two hypotheses on changes in ecological and physiological requirements and tolerances in plant lineagesEcological SectionPaperAdams, Christopher A., Baskin, Jerry M., Baskin, Carol C..
17-11July 29th
11:15 am
Effects of an Seedling Predator of Distribution of Rhizophora mangleEcological SectionPaperDevlin, Donna.
31-1July 29th
3:00 pm
The Botanical Activities and herbarium of George Edward Post (1838-1909)Historical SectionPaperMusselman, Lytton John.
31-2July 29th
3:15 pm
History of the Restored English Garden at Stan Hywet: An Ellen Biddle Shipman Designed LandscapeHistorical SectionPaperHalbrooks, Mary C.
31-3July 29th
3:30 pm
Charles Mohr and the Medicinal Plants of AlabamaHistorical SectionPaperDavenport, L. J..
33-1July 30th
8:15 am
Dating in the 21st Century: Theory and Reality in Finding a Date for your CladeDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumHerendeen, Patrick S., Crane, Peter R..
33-2July 30th
8:30 am
Evaluating discordances between molecular and paleontological divergence timesDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumFoote, Michael.
33-3July 30th
9:00 am
Using fossil distributions to calibrate phylogeniesDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumLupia, Richard, Wagner, Peter J., Nowak, Michael D..
33-4July 30th
9:30 am
Integrating fossil taxa in phylogenetic analysis: examples from the angiosperm family JuglandaceaeDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumManos, PS, Manchester, SM, Soltis, PS, Stone, DE, Soltis, DE, Dilcher, DL.
33-5July 30th
10:15 am
Tying fossils to molecular phylogenies: examples from Cretaceous basal angiospermsDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumDoyle, James A..
33-6July 30th
10:45 am
Bayesian estimation of divergence timeDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumHuelsenbeck, John.
33-7July 30th
11:15 am
Testing island biogeographic models with molecular dataDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumYoder, Anne D..
41-1July 30th
1:15 pm
A comparison of five approaches to dating when data are not clock-likeDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumRenner, Susanne S..
41-2July 30th
1:45 pm
Estimating the age of angiosperms using constraints from the fossil recordDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumMagallón, Susana, Sanderson, Michael.
41-3July 30th
2:15 pm
Ages of basal angiosperm clades: molecular and paleobotanical evidenceDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumSavolainen, Vincent, Crane, Peter, Soltis, Pamela, Soltis, Douglas.
41-4July 30th
3:00 pm
Inferring molecular age estimates in the birch family (Betulaceae) using multiple calibration points and minimum age constraintsDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumForest, Felix, Rutschmann, Frank, Crane, Peter R..
41-5July 30th
3:30 pm
High latitude Tertiary migrations and Afroasian biogeography: Evidence from the tropical clade MalpighiaceaeDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumDavis, Charles, Bell, Charles, Mathews, Sarah.
41-6July 30th
4:00 pm
Timing and patterns of diversification in papilionoid legumesDating in the 21st Century: Theory and reality in finding a date for your cladeSymposiumLavin, Matt, Wojciechowski, Martin F., Herendeen, Patrick, Sanderson, Michael J..

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