Seeds collected by American Rhododendron Society members from around the world are offered for sale at the exchange. Until March 15th only members of the American Rhododendron Society may order seed. After March 15th anyone may order seeds.
Incongruent phylogenies and their implications for the study of diversification, taxonomy, and genome size evolution of Rhododendron. Khan et al. 2021
"We endorse the recognition of five major clades at the subgeneric level, but a number of species cannot be confidently assigned to these clades due to incongruency. With regard to genome size evolution,
results support previous reports that genome sizes of tropical plants are lower than those of colder and temperate regions and that genome downsizing promotes diversification."
You are invited to present your research at the ARS 2022 Spring Convention.
When: Saturday May 7th from 2-5 PM
Where: Heathman Lodge, Vancouver Washington
We welcome posters describing any project on Rhododendron, including research, horticulture, education, conservation, citizen science, plant exploration. If you did a project concerning Rhododendron, we want to
hear about it! Submit a brief abstract (400-words or less) by March 1st, 2022, to:
Juliana Medeiros (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Funds are available
for students pursuing a degree in horticulture or botanical sciences to present a poster of their research at the 2022 ARS Convention on May 7, 2022 in Vancouver Washington.
This award is made in
honor of noted plantsman and rhododendron expert Harold Greer, who championed education and student support in addition to his immeasurable contribution to Rhododendron horticulture.
includes $500 to cover conference expenses, a free one-year student-category membership to The American Rhododendron Society, and one complementary conference registration.
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