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OrderDate/TimeTitleSectionTypeAuthorsKeywords
1July 29th
2:00 pm
Biogeography of Alpine Plants on the Large Scale: Current Stage and ProspectsAlpine plant biogeography on the large scale: Current stages and prospectsSymposiumNyffeler, Reto.
2July 29th
2:15 pm
Morphological and phylogenetic analyses of sympatric species of Pedicularis (Orobanchaceae) in south-central ChinaAlpine plant biogeography on the large scale: Current stages and prospectsSymposiumRee, Richard.
3July 29th
2:30 pm
Causes for the rapid radiation of Halenia in neotropical mountain rangesAlpine plant biogeography on the large scale: Current stages and prospectsSymposiumvon Hagen, Bernhard.
4July 29th
2:45 pm
Phylogeny and biogeography of alpine Anemone speciesAlpine plant biogeography on the large scale: Current stages and prospectsSymposiumHoot, Sara B..
5July 29th
3:00 pm
Phylogeny and biogeography of Valerianaceae (Dipsacales), with special refernce to the alpine South American speciesAlpine plant biogeography on the large scale: Current stages and prospectsSymposiumBell, Charles.
6July 29th
3:30 pm
Patterns and processes of PAlpine plant biogeography on the large scale: Current stages and prospectsSymposiumMadri, Santiago.
7July 29th
3:45 pm
Evolution of the New Zealand alpine flora: origins, diversification and dispersalAlpine plant biogeography on the large scale: Current stages and prospectsSymposiumWinkworth, Richard C., Wagstaff, Steven J., Glenny, David, Lockhart, Peter. J..
8July 29th
4:00 pm
The South America Andes: a fertile ground for molecular evolutionary studiesAlpine plant biogeography on the large scale: Current stages and prospectsSymposiumArroyo, Mary T., Hern, Claudia, P, Fernanda, Zarucchi, James.

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