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SessionDate/TimeLocationTitleTypeAuthorsKeywords
35-1July 30th
9:00 am
MCC, 204AStructural and functional adaptations of vascular plants to wetland ecosystemsSymposiumSeago, James L. Jr., Ewers, Frank W., Friedman, William.
35-2July 30th
9:15 am
MCC, 204AStructural Adaptations of Roots and Rhizomes to Wetland HabitatsSymposiumSeago, James L. , Jr..
35-3July 30th
9:30 am
MCC, 204AFresh Perspectives on the Functional Significance of Aerenchyma in Wetland PlantsSymposiumSorrell, Brian K..
35-4July 30th
10:30 am
MCC, 204AOxygen transport through aerenchyma in Spartina (Poaceae)SymposiumMaricle, Brian R., Lee, Raymond W..
35-5July 30th
10:45 am
MCC, 204ARoot system characteristics and plant performance under conditions of flooding and drought: can predictive models of wetland plant response be constructed using root system characteristics? SymposiumStevens, KJ, Peterson, RL, Reader, RJ.
35-6July 30th
11:00 am
MCC, 204AUnderstanding population structure in large, perennial, wind-pollinated wetland species: Insights from sawgrass (Cladium jamaicense)SymposiumRichards, Jennifer H..
42-1July 30th
1:30 pm
MCC, 204AStructure and function of mangrove plantsSymposiumEwers, Frank W..
42-2July 30th
2:00 pm
MCC, 204AEcoanatomy of the secondary xylem of four mangrove species from the Gulf of MexicoSymposiumAngeles, Guillermo, Ortega-Escalona, Fernando.
42-3July 30th
2:15 pm
MCC, 204AXylem transport physiology of mangrovesSymposiumLopez-Portillo, Jorge, Paredes, Claudia.
42-4July 30th
2:45 pm
MCC, 204AConvergent evolution in vegetative and reproductive characters of aquatic vascular plantsSymposiumSchneider, Harald, Pryer, Kathleen.
42-5July 30th
3:15 pm
MCC, 204AStructural and functional adaptations of fossil vascular plants to wetland ecosystemsSymposiumStockey, Ruth A..
42-6July 30th
3:45 pm
MCC, 204APlant Adaptations to Wetlands: Summation of TalksSymposiumFisher, Jack B..

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