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IDTitleSectionAuthorsKeywords
241Natural History of the Puerto Rican Soral Crypitic Lepidopteran
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Pteridological Section/AFSShaw, Shane, Barker, Michael S., Hickey, R. James, Rawlins, John E..Caribbean
crypsis
Ferns
lepidopteran
432Near the root of monocot phylogeny?
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Systematics Section / ASPTGraham, Sean W., Saarela, Jeffery M., Rai, Hardeep, Smith, Selena Y..Choroplast Genomes, Angiosperms, Genome Evolution
Monocots
mitochondrial genes
rate heterogeneity
error
bias
simulation studies
Melanthiaceae
Petrosaviaceae
Tofieldiaceae
Araceae
Acorus
Alismatales
tree rooting
tree of life
187Nectary development in perennial Glycine tomentella and annual cultivars of G. max: a comparative study
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Developmental and Structural SectionHealy, Rosaria, Horner, Harry T., Palmer, Reid G..floral nectary, Glycine, starch degradation
271Nevada's buried treasure: The Lund Petrified Forest
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Paleobotanical SectionErwin, Diane M., Schorn, Howard E., Smith, Regina C., Levy, Laura M., Millar, Constance I., Westfall, Robert D., King, John C., Moran, Virginia S..Nevada
Miocene
fossil wood
Sequoiadendron
paleoclimate
Lund Petrified Forest
310New insights into the "Dark and Disturbed" hypothesis
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Systematics Section / ASPTFeild, Taylor, Bell, Charles.angiosperms
maximum likelihood
ecology
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14Nickel hyperaccumulation as an elemental defense of Streptanthus polygaloides (Brassicaceae): influence of herbivore feeding mode
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Ecological SectionJhee, Edward, Boyd, Robert, Eubanks, Micky.hyperaccumulation
nickel
herbivory
feeding mode
379Nitrate reductase phylogeny of wild potatoes (Solanum section Petota) using all three introns
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Systematics Section / ASPTRodriguez, F., Spooner, D. M..wild potatoes phylogeny
Solanum section Petota
Nitrate reductase
NIA
allopolyploid
293Northern hemisphere biogeography of Juniperus (Cupressaceae)
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Systematics Section / ASPTSchwarzbach, Andrea E., Adams, Robert P., Morris, Julie A..Cupressaceae
Juniperus
Biogeography
489Not all bryophytes are created equal: desiccation tolerance patterns for gametophyte colonies and fragments
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Dessication Tolerance in Bryophytes and LichensCleavitt, Nat.asexual reproduction
gametophyte dispersal
comparative ecology
430Novel Sample Preparation Tool Quickly and Efficiently Prepares Cell Lysates to Facilitate Genomic and Proteomic Research.
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Genetics SectionKirsher, Steven, Dorion, Robert, Chu, Samuel.Sample Preparation
Genomics
Proteomics
DNA Extraction
652NSF Funding opportunities to support undergraduate and K-12 research and educational activities
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Supporting Effective Teaching and LearningPoston, Muriel E..
663NSF Opportunities: People, Ideas, Tools
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Conference WidePoston, Muriel E., Rodman, James.Fellowship
Funding
Grants
National Science Foundation
NSF
Research funding
351Nymphaeceous seeds from the Late Paleocene Almont flora of North Dakota, USA
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Paleobotanical SectionTaylor, Witt, DeVore, Melanie L., Pigg, Kathleen B..Paleocene
Nymphaeaceae
fossil seed
Almont flora

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