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TICA

BRINGING TOGETHER A WORLD OF SYNANTHEROLOGISTS

Pamphalea tenuissima (Nassauvieae)

TICA TALKS

TICA Talks is a venue for bringing together fellow synantherologists from across the world in a monthly virtual symposium of all things Compositae (and yes, it is ok to call it Asteraceae). TICA Talks features a main talk (30-40 min) and one or two lightning talks (5 min) though the structure is flexible. If you are interested in giving a talk or attending a talk, please click the appropriate buttons down below. Talks are recorded and posted on the TICA youtube channel.

Past TICA Talks

SEPTEMBER  2021
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Itziar Arnelas. Universidad Particular de Loja, Ecuador.

Baccharis (Astereae) in southern Ecuador | YouTube

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Gustavo Heiden. Embrapa Clima Temperado, Brazil.

A panorama of Baccharis (Astereae) | YouTube

AUGUST 2021
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Nadia Roque. Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil.

The tribe Gochnatieae: classification & diversity | YouTube

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Morgan Gostel. Botanical Research Institute of Texas, USA.

Leveraging phylogenomic loci to understand
generic boundaries in Gochnatieae and species
diversification in Moquiniastrum | YouTube

JUNE 2021
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Erandi Sánchez Chávez. Instituto de Ecología, Veracruz, Mexico.

Evolutionary history of Hidalgoa | YouTube

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Jorge V. Crisci. Museo de La Plata, Argentina.

Secondary heads in Nassauvieae | YouTube

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Liliana Katinas. Museo de La Plata, Argentina.

Secondary heads in Nassauvieae | YouTube

MAY 2021
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Alexander Schmidt-Lebuhn. CSIRO, Australia.

Australian Daisies, Systematics of Senecio
and the Gnaphalieae | YouTube

APRIL 2021
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Tim Gallaher. Bishop Museum, USA.

Assembling e-flora of Hawai: the case of Compositae | YouTube

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Jason Cantley. San Francisco State University, USA.

Evolution of Compositae across the Pacific | YouTube

MARCH 2021
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Naomí Fraga. California Botanic Gardens, USA.

Rare Compositae from southern California | YouTube

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Oscar Hinojosa. University of California, USA

Mexican Compositae | YouTube

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Carolina M. Siniscalchi. Mississippi State Univ, USA..

Compositae from South Eastern Brazil | YouTube

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Isaac Lichter-Mark. University of California, USA.

In search for rocky daisies in Baja California | YouTube

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Mauricio Bonifacino. Universidad de la República, Uruguay.

Daisies from Patagonia | YouTube

FEBRUARY 2021
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Erica R. Moore. University of Memphis, USA.

Reevaluating genetic diversity and structure of Helianthus verticillatus after the discovery of new populations | YouTube

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Gabriel Johnson. Smithsonian Institution.

Common misconceptions about tissue preservation for DNA | YouTube

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Bort Edwards. Yale University, USA

Scraping GBIF for country-level Compositae data: can it tell us where we aren't looking hard enough? | YouTube

JANUARY 2021
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Mauricio Bonifacino. Universidad de la República, Uruguay.

TICA & Global Compositae Database:
Keeping Vicki Funk's legacy alive | YouTube

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Jennifer Ackerfield. Denver Botanic Gardens, USA.

The funky thistle | YouTube

Notice: This is a temporary location for TICA TALKS. Return to compositae.org