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Monday, July 29th

Monday, July 29th, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm · Grand Salon A - D/Riverside Hilton
Session P: Contributed Posters: Genomics/Proteomics
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PGP001July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonRedefining the Pseudoautosomal region boundaries of Carica papaya X chromosome
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Poster: Genomics / ProteomicsLappin, Fiona; Medert, Charles; Mardonovich, Sandra; Wu, Meng; Moore, Richard.
PGP002July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonCopy number and expression of chloroplast and nuclear genes belonging to the Photosystem II and Calvin cycle throughout different ploidy levels in Leucanthemum (Compositeae, Anthemideae)
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Poster: Genomics / ProteomicsTalianova, Martina; Griesenbeck, Joachim; Oberprieler, Christoph.Polyploidy
expression
Gene duplications
PGP003July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonCharacterizing Biochemical Phenotypes through a Metabolite Analysis Platform: Research Communication Enabled through Public Ontologies and Controlled Vocabularies
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Poster: Genomics / ProteomicsEilers, Robert J..metabolite analysis
Ontology
controlled vocabulary
analytical biochemistry
biochemical phenotypes
PGP004July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonSearching for alternative splicing candidate genes using next-generation sequencing in Tragopogon (Asteraceae)
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Poster: Genomics / ProteomicsLiu, Xiaoxian; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Barbazuk, W. Brad.Polyploidization
Tragopogon
RNA alternative splicing
Next-generation sequencing
PicBio error correction.
PGP005July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonComparative genomics of Brassicales plastomes
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Poster: Genomics / ProteomicsTang, Michelle; Edger, Patrick; Pires, Joseph.de novo assembly
Comparative methods
Chloroplast DNA
genome evolution
PGP006July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonThe investigation on protein evolution of Y chromosome in Carica papaya
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Poster: Genomics / ProteomicsWu, Meng; Moore, Richard.sex chromosomes
Carica papaya
protein evolution
PGP007July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonComparative genomics and lineage specific gene expression in the genus Linum.
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Poster: Genomics / ProteomicsGalindo, Leonardo; McDill, Joshua; Wong, Gane Ka-Shu; Deyholos, Michael.Malpighiales
Illumina
RNA-Seq
genome
transcriptome
PGP008July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonDevelopment of pentatricopetide repeat (PPR) markers for Penstemon using data from whole genome shotgun sequencing
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Poster: Genomics / ProteomicsWenzel, Aaron; Blischak, Paul; Wolfe, Andrea.pentatricopeptide repeats
marker development
Penstemon
Plantaginaceae
genome skimming
PGP009July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonEvolution of Mitogen Activated Protein Kinase Kinase (MAPKK) Gene Family in Plants
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Poster: Genomics / ProteomicsMacArthur , Kenton ; Murray, Kevin; Neupane, Achal; Benson, Benjamin; Piya, Sarbottam; Nepal, Madhav.MAPK genes
gene family
gene duplication
Evolutionary divergence
paralogous genes

Tuesday, July 30th

Tuesday, July 30th, 10:00 am to 11:15 am · Newberry/Riverside Hilton
Session 24: Contributed Papers: Genomics I:polyploidy
Presiding: Emily Sessa, University of Arizona
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24001July 30th 10:00 amNewberry/Riverside HiltonAbsolute dosage and functional diversification drive majority of gene retention following polyploidy in the Compositae
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Oral PaperSessa, Emily; Barker, Michael.Asteraceae
dosage balance hypothesis
neofunctionalization
subfunctionalization
absolute dosage
paleopolyploidy
functional divergence of gene duplicates
gene ontology (GO)
24002July 30th 10:15 amNewberry/Riverside HiltonTime after time: Comparing homeolog expression patterns between two independent origins of the allotetraploid fern Polypodium hesperium
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Oral PaperSigel, Erin; Der, Joshua; DE PAMPHILIS, CLAUDE W; Pryer, Kathleen.fern
hybrid
next generation sequencing
polyploidy
Phylogenomics
Polypodium
reticulation
RNA-Seq
allopolyploidy
24003July 30th 10:30 amNewberry/Riverside HiltonStructural evolution of mitochondrial genomes in early diverging algal lineages
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Oral PaperAllen, Jessica; Mccourt, Richard; Karol, Kenneth.mitochondrial genome
prasinophyte
Chlorophyta
Algae
Inverted repeat
Phylogenomics
24004July 30th 10:45 amNewberry/Riverside HiltonHow low can you go? Gene predictions and putative annotations in four species of Penstemon (Plantaginaceae) from ultra low coverage 454 sequencing
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Oral PaperBlischak, Paul; Wenzel, Aaron; Stevens, Mikel; Wolfe, Andrea.sequence annotation
marker development
Plantaginaceae
Penstemon
nuclear markers
pentatricopeptide repeats
MAKER annotation pipeline
24005July 30th 11:00 amNewberry/Riverside HiltonGenome-enabled phylogeography in Asclepias cryptoceras (Apocynaceae)
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Oral PaperWeitemier, Kevin; Straub, Shannon; Fishbein, Mark; Cronn, Richard; Liston, Aaron.Asclepias
Apocynaceae
Target Enrichment
Hybridization sequencing
SNP
Next-generation sequencing
Phylogeography
Population genomics

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