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Session Detail for Session #19; Location: MCC, 203B

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1July 29th
8:30 am
CoxI intron evolution in Euphorbia s.l. (Euphorbiaceae s.s.)Systematics Section / ASPTPaperWurdack, Kenneth J., Zimmer, Elizabeth A..
2July 29th
8:45 am
The copperleaf conundrum: molecular and morphological data appear irreconcilable in Acalypha (Euphorbiaceae)Systematics Section / ASPTPaperSteinmann, Victor, Levin, Geoffrey.
3July 29th
9:00 am
Phylogenetic analysis of Kielmeyeroideae (Clusiaceae) based on ITS sequencesSystematics Section / ASPTPaperNotis, Christine H., Judd, Walter S., Soltis, Douglas E., Soltis, Pamela S..
4July 29th
9:15 am
When in doubt, put it in the ... Salicaceae? Systematics of the Flacourtiaceae revisitedSystematics Section / ASPTPaperAlford, Mac H..
5July 29th
9:30 am
Systematics of the tribe Prockieae (Flacourtiaceae)Systematics Section / ASPTPaperAlford, Mac H..
6July 29th
9:45 am
A phylogeny of legumes (Fabaceae) based on sequences of the plastid matK geneSystematics Section / ASPTPaperWojciechowski, Martin F., Lavin, Matt, Sanderson, Michael J..
7July 29th
10:15 am
Natural selection on florally expressed developmental genes associated with transition between floral types in Lupinus (Fabaceae)Systematics Section / ASPTPaperCronk, Quentin, Ree, Richard, Citerne, Helene.
8July 29th
10:20 am
Morphology, diversity, and phylogeny of Paloue, Elizabetha, and related caesalpinioid legumes from northeastern South America Systematics Section / ASPTPaperRedden, Karen M., Herendeen, Patrick S..
9July 29th
10:45 am
Phylogeny and biogeography of Hoffmannseggia (Leguminosae: Caesalpinioideae): A tale of many travels Systematics Section / ASPTPaperSimpson, Beryl, Tate, Jennifer, Weeks, Andrea.
10July 29th
11:00 am
Phylogenetic relationships among the actinorhizal members of Rosaceae based on DNA sequences of three plastid and two nuclear regionsSystematics Section / ASPTPaperVanden Heuvel, Brian, Potter, Daniel.
11July 29th
11:15 am
Hybrid origin of Stephanandra (Neillieae: Rosaceae) inferred from DNA sequencesSystematics Section / ASPTPaperOh, Sang-Hun, Potter, Daniel.
12July 29th
11:30 am
Interspecific hybridization in Texas CeltisSystematics Section / ASPTPaperWhittemore, Alan T..
13July 29th
11:45 am
Where did the figs come from? Phylogenetic relationships in Moraceae based on ndhF and 26S sequencesSystematics Section / ASPTPaperDatwyler, Shannon, Clement, Wendy, Swenson, Stephanie, Weiblen, George.

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