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Monday, August 2nd · 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm · Superior A (Cliff Lodge)
Session D1: Discussion Session: The evolving AJB The journal for all botanists
Presider: Karl J. Niklas, Cornell University
D1-1August 2nd
4:30 pm
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)The evolving AJB The journal for all botanistsDiscussionNiklas, Karl J., Jernstedt, Judy.
Tuesday, August 3rd · 10:00 am to 11:30 am · Superior A (Cliff Lodge)
Session D2: Discussion Session: Discerning homologies: Gene expression, development, and morphology
Presider: William E. Friedman, University of Colorado
D2-1August 3rd
10:00 am
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)Discerning homologies: Gene expression, development, and morphologyDiscussionFriedman, William E., Hufford, Larry.
Tuesday, August 3rd · 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm · Superior B (Cliff Lodge)
Session D3: Discussion Session: Curatorial consequences of databasing herbaria
Presider: Anton A. Reznicek, University of Michigan
D3-1August 3rd
4:00 pm
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)Curatorial Consequences of Databasing HerbariaDiscussionReznicek, Anton A., Rabeler, Richard K..
Tuesday, August 3rd · 4:00 pm to 5:50 pm · Superior A (Cliff Lodge)
Session D4: Discussion Session: Women in science
Presider: Pamela S. Soltis, University of Florida
D4-1August 3rd
4:00 pm
Superior A (Cliff Lodge)Women in ScienceDiscussionSoltis, Pamela S..
Wednesday, August 4th · 10:45 am to 12:30 pm · Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)
Session D5: Discussion Session: Is morphology dead in phylogenetic analysis?
Presider: Patrick S. Herendeen, George Washington University
D5-1August 4th
10:45 am
Cottonwood B (Snowbird Center)Is Morphology Dead in Phylogenetic Analyses?DiscussionHerendeen, Patrick S., Soltis, Pamela S., Soltis, Douglas E..
Wednesday, August 4th · 11:30 am to 1:00 pm · Superior B (Cliff Lodge)
Session D6: Discussion Session: What works for me: Undergraduate perspectives on professional growth
Presider: Eric E Johnson, Southern Illinois University
D6-1August 4th
11:30 am
Superior B (Cliff Lodge)What works for me: Undergraduate perspectives on professional developmentDiscussionJohnson, Eric E, Taylor, Mackenzie L., Morningstar, Dawn, Lopez-Smith, Renee.
Wednesday, August 4th · 3:30 pm to 6:00 am · Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)
Session D7: Discussion Session: Tools for success in interdisciplinary, collaborative research
Presider: Dina F. Mandoli, University of Washington
D7-1August 4th
3:30 pm
Ballroom 3 (Cliff Lodge)Tools for Success in Interdisciplinary, Collaborative ResearchDiscussionMandoli, Dina F., Renzaglia, Karen S..

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