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Address of the BSA President-Elect
Annals of Botany Lecture
Regional Botany Special Lecture
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A century of seed ferns: A symposium to celebrate paradigm shifts in the understanding of seed plant
After the book - Progress in parasitic plant research since Kuijt's
Biology of Parasitic Flowering Plants
Discerning homologies: Gene expression, development, and morphology
Don Kaplan - his legacy: Influencing teaching and research
Methods and theory of phylogenetic inference
Plant development and evolution: Lessons learned from candidate genes
Resistance, emigration, or adaptation? Phylogeography and ecology of European alpine plant species
Resolving the green branch of life: Current progress and future challenges
Rupert Barneby and his legume legacy
Seed plant gametophytes: Still the forgotten generation?!?
Sexual dimorphism in bryophytes: Patterns and consequences
The biology of rarity: Conservation of bryophytes and lichens
The Convention on Biological Diversity: What is it and why should botanists care?
The power of two: Marrying phylogeny and biogeography to reconstruct the evolutionary history of pteridophytes
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Presentations for Program: Annals of Botany Lecture
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Monday, August 2nd · 11:00 am to 12:00 pm · Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)
Special Lecture: Annals of Botany Special Lecture
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)
Plant Allometry: Is There a Global Theory?
Niklas, Karl J.
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