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Honors, Services and Fellowships:
2009 Steering committee, Joint Genome Institute
2009 Recipient Gilbert Morgan Smith Medal (National Academy of Sciences)
2008-2009 National Resources Defense Council Algal Biofuels Advisory Committee
2007 Editorial Board Eukaryotic Cell
2005-2009 Editorial Board Annu Rev Genet
2004 Geographical represented for the International Society of Photosynthesis Research (elected position)
2002 Darbaker Prize for work on microalgae (Botanical Society of America)
2000-2008 Editorial Board, Current Genetics
2000-2003 Scientific Advisory Board for the Wallenberg Consortium North
2000 Advisory Committee, Arizona State University Consortium to establish a NSF funded Biotechnology Center
2000-2004 Editorial Board, Plant and Cell Physiology
2000 Organizer of Symposium ‘The Dynamics and Evolution of Light Harvesting Complexes (to honor Elizabeth Gantt)
1999 Coorganizer of Symposium to Honor the retirement of Olle Bjórkman
1998 Organizer of US-Japan Binational Meeting (Asilomar, CA)
1997-2010 Editorial Board, Journal of Phycology
1996-98 Editorial Board, Journal of Biological Chemistry
1996 Guest on the Editorial Board of the Annual Review of Genetics (1998, Vol. 32)
1995 Plenary Lecture - Japan Society of Plant Physiologists (March)
1995 Coordinator for the Organization of the Plant Biology Retreat
1994 Member of AIBS panel to evaluate joint projects in plant biology
1994 Editor-Seminars in Cell Biology "Light regulation in photosynthetic organisms" (Autumn, 1994)
1994 Organizer of the Plant Biology Retreat
1993 Guest on the Editorial Board of the Annual Review of Genetics (1995 Vol. 29)
1993 Organizer Cyanobacterial Workshop at Asilomar
1993 Guest Teacher in Marine Molecular Phycology Course at Friday Harbor
1992 Recipient-Nehru University, Dept of Biotechnology Fellowship to work in India for 3 months (January - April 1992)
1992 Guest Teacher in Marine Molecular Phycology Course at Friday Harbor
1992 Organizer of the Carnegie Seminar Series
1991 Member Photosynthesis Panel (USDA)
1991 Help in organization of conference on tetrapyrrols (Solicited by Paul Castelfrance)
1990 Editorial Board Journal of Plant Growth Regulation
1989 Member NSF Panel - Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards
1988 Organizer of the Carnegie Seminar Series
1988 Participated in the organization of the C. Stacy French Symposium on Photosynthesis.
1988 Member NSF Panel - Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards
1987 Member Program Committee “Molec. Biol. of Cyanobacteria Workshop, St. Louis, MO, July 17-19
1987 Member of Photosynthesis Panel (USDA)
1987 Organizer of the Carnegie Seminar Series
1987-93 Editorial Board Plant Physiology
1985 Guest Member of .Editorial Board for the Annu. Rev. of Plant Physiology (1987 Vol.)
1985 Member of Plant Molecular Biology Panel (USDA)
1984 Member of NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship Panel
1979-81 National Institute of Health Postdoctoral Fellowship
1977 Floyd Fellowship
1974-97 National Science Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship
1972 L. Whorley Award in Biology
1968-72 New York State Regents Scholarship
Phi Beta Kappa
American Society of Plant Physiologists

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Begonia contains 1820 species and is amongst the world’s largest angiosperm genera. The genus has a pantropical distribution, characterised by extremely high rates of narrow endemism. The distribution of Begonia species richness is representative of rainforest diversity generally, being markedly greater in the Neotropics and tropical Asia, and suggests the family is a good proxy for investigating tropical diversification. Much of the research into the generation of large-scale patterns of tropical diversity has focused on trees, however herbaceous layer genera such as Begonia represent an ecologically contrasting aspect of tropical vegetation and need to be included if we are to have a complete understanding of tropical ecosystems. The prevalence of Begonia across the tropics suggests a highly successful strategy in exploiting the niches available to tropical herbs. In order to understand the generation of such a large radiation, we need insights into the interplay of niche evolution, physiology and genome evolution, building on the foundations of a sound taxonomy and robust phylogenetic hypotheses. Preliminary phylogenetic hypotheses for Begonia have been constructed, based on a small number of genome regions. Insights from next generation approaches need to be explored to show us what extent these represent species trees in the light of data on hybridisation and organelle capture. In addition we need to understand the degree of niche differentiation between species with respect to both phylogeny and genomic evolution. In this symposium we aim to bring together a variety of disciplines to give insight into the evolution of Begonia diversity, drawing on recent advances in research of niche evolution, genome dynamism, reproductive biology, photosynthetic physiology, biogeography, and management of biodiversity data. The building of a synthetic picture of evolution in the mega-diverse genus Begonia has the potential to provide a template for understanding broader patterns tropical herbaceous diversity.

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Several plant lineages evolved the ability to obtain carbon from the mycorrhizal fungi in their roots. These mycoheterotrophic plants provide outstanding opportunities for studying convergent evolution (representing at least 47 losses of photosynthesis in land plants, likely far exceeding the number of origins of parasitic plants), plant-microbe interactions (typically they indirectly parasitize green plants through shared mycorrhizal fungi), conservation biology (there are many rare and poorly known lineages), plant morphology and anatomy (unusual reductions in vegetative form; adaptations for plant-fungal interactions; floral modifications), evolution, systematics and phylogeny (e.g., modification, reduction and rate elevation in plastid and other plant genomes), and biogeography (disjunct distributions). Crucial developments in the fields of ecology and evolution have led to significant progress in our understanding of mycoheterotrophic plants. Here we pull together recent insights on these fascinating organisms in an intregrative symposium on their biology.

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