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Presentations for 11:00, Tuesday, July 29th, 2003
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|16-6||MCC, 204A||A proposed research agenda for botany education||Methods and myths about conducting research in botany education||Symposium||Sundberg, Marshall D., Wandersee, James H..|
|17-10||MCC, 204B||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 lineages||Ecological Section||Paper||Adams, Christopher A., Baskin, Jerry M., Baskin, Carol C..|
|18-10||MCC, 203A||Phylogenetic relationships of tribe Coronanthereae (Gesneriaceae): evidence from multiple genes||Systematics Section / ASPT||Paper||Funke, Mindie, Smith, James F..|
|19-10||MCC, 203B||Phylogenetic relationships among the actinorhizal members of Rosaceae based on DNA sequences of three plastid and two nuclear regions||Systematics Section / ASPT||Paper||Vanden Heuvel, Brian, Potter, Daniel.|
|20-5||MCC, 201B||Are selected species of the genus Neuropogon composed of two different mycobionts?||Sex and individuality in lichens||Symposium||Stocker-W, Elfie.|
|21-8||MCC, 202A||Training techie tools for the anatomy trade: automated anatomy characterization using artificial neural nets||Developmental and Structural Section||Paper||Hearn, David, McDade, Lucinda.|
|22-8||MCC, 202B||The Fayetteville Flora of Arkansas, USA: An Upper Mississippian (middle Chesterian/ lower Namurian A) Plant Fossil Assemblage with Permineralized and Compression Remains||Paleobotanical Section||Paper||Dunn, Michael T..|
|23-8||Cancelled||Species of Piperaceae dispersed by bats in French Guiana||Tropical Biology Section||Paper||Lobova, Tatyana A., Mori, Scott A..|
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