Presiding: LUTZONI, FRANCOIS.
SYMPOSIUM: Bridging the gap between
phylogeny and the classification of lichen-forming Ascomycetes.
Part I. Bryological and Lichenological section. Joint
session with ABLS session 6 and with the Canadian Botanical Association
(CBA/ABC). Organized by LUTZONI, FRANCOIS, Field Museum of
Natural History,Roosevelt Road at Lake Shore Drive, Chicago,
8:00 BSA 63.1
LUTZONI, FRANÇOIS. Field Museum of Natural History,
Chicago, IL. Introduction to the symposium.
8:05 BSA 63.2
HIBBETT, DAVID S.* and DONOGHUE, MICHAEL J. Harvard University,
Cambridge, MA. Integrating phylogenetic hypotheses and classifications
8:35 BSA 63.3
TAYLOR, JOHN W. University of California, Berkeley. Sexual
and asexual Ascomycota: evolution and classification.
9:05 BSA 63.4
NIMIS, PIER L. University of Trieste, Italy. The inflation
of generic names in modern lichenology.
10:05 BSA 63.5
TIBELL, LEIF. Uppsala University, Sweden. The classification
of calicioid lichens and fungi: morphological evidence, anamorph
data and sequences of the ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 region and the 18S rDNA.
10:35 BSA 63.6
GRUBE, MARTIN* and MATZER, MARIO. Karl-Franzens-University,
Austria. Classification and phylogeny of the Arthoniales.
11:05 BSA 63.7
RAMBOLD, GERHARD*, FRIEDL, THOMAS and BECK, ANDREAS. University
of Munchen and Univesity of Bayreuth, Germany. Photobionts
in lichens: possible indicators of phylogenetic relationships
11:35 - 11:50
Presiding: THOMAS, JUDITH F. Department
of Botany, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
CONTRIBUTED PAPERS: Flowers and inflorescences. Developmental and Structural Section, BSA, and Structure and Development Section, CBA/ABC.
8:30 BSA 64.1 FOLEY, CAROLINE M. and THOMAS, JUDITH
F.* North Carolina State University, Raleigh. Photoperiodic
alteration of inflorescence commitment and development in Glycine
max (L.) Merr. 'Ransom'.
8:45 BSA 64.2
BRADY, MELINDA S.*, STEIN, WILLIAM, and CRANE, PETER R. University
of Chicago, IL, SUNY at Binghamton, NY, and
The Field Museum, Chicago, IL. Exploring patterns in floral
morphology: Mathematical modeling of floral development using
an inhibitory morphogen and meristematic growth parameters.
9:00 BSA 64.3
WILSON, CAROL A. University of California, Berkeley. Does
Iris tenax var. gormanii display normal ovule
9:15 BSA 64.4 RONSE DECRAENE, LOUIS P.* and SMETS, ERIK F. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Heverlee, Belgium. Floral development and anatomy of Carica papaya - clues to a specialized pollination syndrome?
9:30 BSA 64.5 MACINTYRE, JUDY* and LACROIX, CHRISTIAN. University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown. The shape of meristematic cells corresponds to a variable homeotic replacement of stamens with petal/stamen intermediates in double flowers of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis var. rosa-sinensis L.
9:45 BSA 64.6 LI, PING* and JOHNSTON, MARK O. Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS. Anther meiosis terminates at one of three discrete time classes in diverse angiosperm species.
10:15 BSA 64.7 LITT, AMY. New York Botanical Garden, Bronx. The single fertile stamen of the Vochysiaceae: Derived four times or once?
10:30 BSA 64.8 ROZEFELDS, ANDREW
C.* and DRINNAN, ANDREW N. Tasmanian Herbarium, Hobart,
Tasmania, and University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria,
Australia. Ontogeny and floral diversity of staminate flowers
in the southern beeches (Nothofagus).
10:45 BSA 64.9 ROZEFELDS, ANDREW C.* and DRINNAN, ANDREW N. Tasmanian Herbarium, Hobart, Tasmania, and University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia. Pistillate inflorescence architecture and morphology of the southern beeches (Nothofagus).
11:00 BSA 64.10 DOUST, ANDREW N. University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia. Variability and pattern in the flowers of the Winteraceae (Magnoliidae).
11:15 BSA 64.11 MIKESELL, JAN E. Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA. Influence of excision on inflorescence development in Phytolacca americana L. (Phytolaccaceae).
11:30 BSA 64.12
KORPELAINEN, HELENA. University of Helsinki, Finland. Labile
sex expression: Adaptation and not only aberration.
11:45 BSA 64.13
DAVIS, ARTHUR R. University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon.
And the nectaries make two more...eight sets of floral parts in
the wild-type flower of Arabidopsis thaliana.
Presiding: PIGLIUCCI, MASSIMO and
SYMPOSIUM: Genetics of adaptive phenotypic plasticity. Part I. Ecological and Genetics sections, BSA. Joint session with Canadian Botanical Association (CBA/ABC). Organized by PIGLIUCCI, MASSIMO, Departments of Botany and Ecology and Evolutionary
Biology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996 (423/974-6221)
<firstname.lastname@example.org>; and SCHLICHTING, CARL, Department of
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut,
Storrs, CT 06269 (860/486-4056) <email@example.com>.
8:30 BSA 65.1
PIGLIUCCI, MASSIMO and SCHLICHTING, CARL. University of Tennessee,
Knoxville and University of Connecticut, Storrs. Introduction.
8:45 BSA 65.2
PIGLIUCCI, MASSIMO, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Plasticity genes, adaptive plasticity, and what do they have
to do with each other....
9:15 BSA 65.3
DORN, LISA and SCHMITT, JOHANNA. Brown University, Providence,
RI. Genetic basis of phenotypic plasticity: Do plasticity
genes exist or not?
9:45 BSA 65.4
CALLAHAN, HILLARY, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Light signals and adaptive phenotypic plasticity in wild populations
of Arabidopsis thaliana.
10:45 BSA 65.5
LECHOWICZ, MARTIN* and LEI, THOMAS. McGill University, Montreal,
PQ and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,
Blacksburg. Functional ecology of a shade to sun transition
in forest maples: Adaptive plasticity.
11:15 BSA 65.6
McCONNAUGHAY, KELLY, Bradley University, Peoria, IL. Developmental
and physiological contributions to allocational plasticity in
Presiding: WHEELER, ELISABETH A.,
Department of Wood and Paper Science, Box 8005, North Carolina
State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-8005 (919/515-5728) <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
CONTRIBUTED PAPERS. Paleobotanical Section. Joint session with the Canadian Botanical Association (CBA/ABC).
8:15 BSA 66.1
CHANEY, DAN S.*, DIMICHELE, WILLIAM A., MAMAY, SERGIUS H., HOOK,
ROBERT W., and NELSON, W. JOHN. Smithsonian Institution, Washington,
DC, and Illinois State Geological Survey, Champaign.
A new flora from the evaporite-bearing Blaine Formation (Pease
River Group, Lower Permian) of King County, Texas.
8:30 BSA 66.2
BERTRAM, KARLA A.*, PIGG, KATHLEEN B., SCHORN, HOWARD E., and
ERWIN, DIANE. Arizona State University, Tempe, and University
of California, Berkeley. Middle Miocene flora from the Virgin
Valley, northwestern Nevada, USA.
8:45 BSA 66.3
GRAHAM, ALAN. Kent State University, OH. New evidence
on the origin of the north-temperate element in the northern Latin
9:00 BSA 66.4
SCHORN, HOWARD E.*, ERWIN, DIANE M., and GOOCH, NANCY L. University
of California, Berkeley. The paleoecological significance
of foliated axes of spruce (Picea A. Dietrich, Pinaceae)
in the Neogene of Oregon.
9:30 BSA 66.5
KNAUS, MARGARET J. University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire.
A new combination of Genselia and new insights into possible
developmental pathways of early Carboniferous photosynthetic units.
9:45 BSA 66.6
DUNN, KRISTI A., UPCHURCH, GARLAND R., JR.*, MCLEAN, ROBERT J.C.,
and FOLK, ROBERT L. Southwest Texas State University, San
Marcos, and University of Texas, Austin. Biofilm enhancement
of leaf fossilization potential: experimental evidence.
10:00 BSA 66.7
UPCHURCH, GARLAND R., JR.*, MARINO, BRUNO D., MONE, W.E., and
MCELROY, MICHAEL B. Southwest Texas State University, San
Marcos, and Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Carbon
isotope ratios in extant and fossil plant cuticle.
10:15 BSA 66.8
MEDLYN, DAVID A.* and TIDWELL, WILLIAM D. Utah State University,
Logan, and Brigham Young University, Provo, UT. A
generic and bibliographic review of the Mesozoic coniferous woods
of North America.
10:30 BSA 66.9
WHEELER, ELISABETH A.* and LEHMAN, THOMAS M. North Carolina
State University, Raleigh, and Texas Tech University, Lubbock.
Cretaceous-Paleocene wood of Big Bend National Park, Texas.
Presiding: JOHANSEN, JEFFREY R.,
Department of Biology, John Carroll University, University
Heights, OH 44118 (216/397-4487).
CONTRIBUTED PAPERS: Phycology. Phycological section. Joint session with the Canadian Botanical Association (CBA/ABC).
8:30 BSA 67.1
JOHANSEN, JEFFREY R.*, ST. CLAIR, LARRY L., FLECHTNER, VALERIE
R., EVANS, DAVID and WARREN, STEVE. John Carroll University,
Brigham Young University,Provo, UT. University of Arkansas,Fayetteville,
AR, and U.S. Army Construction Engineering Laboratory. The
use of cyanobacterial amendments to enhance recovery of disturbed
cryptogamic crusts in high desert sites.
8:45 BSA 67.2
NG, RANIER A.*, FLECHTNER, VALERIE R. and JOHANSEN, JEFFREY R.
John Carroll University, University Heights, OH. A comparative
study of the algae from burned, trampled, and undisturbed plots
in a high desert site at Dugway Proving Ground, Utah.
9:00 BSA 67.3
PAYNE, MICHAEL C.*, JOHANSEN, JEFFREY R., BALCZON, JOSEPH M. and
FLECHTNER, VALERIE R. John Carroll University University Heights,
OH. The effects of trampling disturbance on the soil algal
communities at Wedge Overlook, San Rafael Swell, Utah.
9:15 BSA 67.4
BRADLEY, DEBBIE*, FLECHTNER, VALERIE R. and JOHANSEN, JEFFREY
R. John Carroll University, University Heights, OH. Evaluation
of the effect of trampling on the abundance and diversity of cyanobacteria
in desert soils.
9:30 BSA 67.5
FLECHTNER, VALERIE R*., JOHANSEN, JEFFREY R. and CLARK, WILLIAM.
John Carroll University, University Heights, OH and The Orma
J. Smith Museum of Natural History. Floristic analysis of
the algal populations in desert soil from the Central Desert of
Baja California, Mexico.
9:45 BSA 67.6
STARKS, WILLIAM W.*, HURLEY, DAVID L., SATTLER, AIRLIE and WEE,
JAMES L. Loyola University, New Orleans, LA. Phylogenetic
analyses of Synura section Synura (Synuraphyceae)
using ITS/5.8s sequences and scale morphology.
10:00 BSA 67.7
DUNNE, LORI A.*, HURLEY, DAVID L., SATTLER, AIRLIE and WEE, JAMES
L. Loyola University, New Orleans, LA. Phylogenetic analyses
of Synura petersenii species complex (Synuraphyceae) using
ITS/5.8s sequences and scale morphology
10:15 BSA 67.8
MILLER, TIMOTHY J.*, JOHANSEN, JEFFREY R. and FLECHTNER, VALERIE
R. John Carroll University, University Heights, OH. Characterization
of the cyanobacterial nifH gene and its potential use in
10:45 BSA 67.9
CAMPEAU, STEPHANE, HEQUETTE, ARNAUD and PIENITZ, REINHARD. Université
Laval, Sainte Foy, PQ. Diatoms of the southern Beaufort Sea
coasts and their relationship to sea level and depositional environments.
11:00 BSA 67.10
SGRO, GERALD V. and JOHANSEN, JEFFREY R. John Carroll University,
University Heights, OH. Canonical correspondence analysis
of diatom communities from Lake Erie estuaries in Ohio.
11:15 BSA 67.11
DODGE, ANESSA J.* and JOHANSEN, JEFFREY R. John Carroll University,
University Heights, OH. Diatoms of the Lake Erie freshwater
estuary at Arcola Creek, Ohio.
11:30 BSA 67.12
SRAY, JULIE C.*, BALCZON, JOSEPH M. and JOHANSEN, JEFFREY R.
John Carroll University, University Heights, OH. The diatom
flora of sandspit ponds of Presque Isle State Park, Pennsylvania.
CONTRIBUTED PAPERS: General. Systematics section. Joint session with ASPT session 14 and with the Canadian Botanical Association (CBA/ABC).
CONTRIBUTED PAPERS: General. Systematics section. Joint session with ASPT session 15 and with the Canadian Botanical Association (CBA/ABC).