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China-Botanical Nomenclature Workshop

A Botanical Nomenclature Workshop, co-supported by Missouri Botanical Garden, Kunming Institute of Botany, Flora of China project, and Dr. Dan Nicolson, will be held at Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Heilongtan, Yunnan 650204, China from August 10 to 15, 2007. Speakers will include four senior editors of the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature (Vienna Code): Fred Barrie, John McNeill, Dan Nicolson, and Nick Turland and the Chinese translator of the Vienna Code, Li-Bing Zhang. The lectures will be given in English with Chinese translation.

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*Primary Contact (Organizer)*: Professor Hua Peng: [email protected] *Secondary Contact*: Mr. Nick Turland: [email protected] ** *Main workshop program:* *Friday, August 10, 2007* 2:00 – 5:00 pm* Registration* 7:00 pm* Social Mixer at Kunming Botanical Garden* * * *Saturday, August 11, 2007* 8:30 am *Welcome remarks by Director, Prof. Li De-Zhu* 8:45 am *Remarks by the organizer, Prof. Peng Hua* 9:00 am *Introduction and a brief history of the Code – John McNeill* 11:00 am Discussions 12:00 noon Break 2:00 pm *Terminology in botanical nomenclature** – Nick Turland* 4:00 pm Discussions *Sunday, August 12, 2007* 8:00 am *S**tandard reference works and online resources in botanical nomenclature** – Dan Nicolson* 9:30 am Discussions 10:00 am *Publication of botanical names – John McNeill* 11:30 am Discussions 12:00 noon Break 2:00 pm *Typification – Fred Barrie* 4:00 pm Discussions *Monday, August 13, 2007* 8:00 am S*tatus and priority of names and citation of authors – Fred Barrie*** 10:00 am Discussions 11:00 am Break 2:00 pm *Names of taxa above the rank of species – Nick Turland* 4:00 pm Discussions *Tuesday, August 14, 2007* 8:00 am *Names of species and infraspecific taxa – Fred Barrie* 10:00 am Discussions 10:30 am *Names of fungi, fossils, hybrids, and cultivated plants – Nick Turland* 11:30 am Discussions 12:00 noon Break 2:00 pm *Orthography and gender of names – Nick Turland* 4:00 pm Discussions *Wednesday, **August **15, 2007* 8:00 am *Rejection and conservation of names – Dan Nicolson* 10:00 am Discussions 10:30 am *Governance and future of the Code – John McNeill* 11:30 am Discussions 12:00 noon Break 2:00 pm *Main c**hanges in the Vienna Code – Li-Bing Zhang* 3:30 pm Discussions

*Presenters:* *Fred Barrie* [[email protected]] Member, Editorial Committee, ICBN John G. Searle Herbarium Field Museum of Natural History Roosevelt Road at Lake Shore Drive Chicago, IL 60605-2496 U.S.A. *John McNeill* [[email protected]] Chairman, Editorial Committee, ICBN Rapporteur-g?n?ral, Nomenclature Section, IBC Herbarium Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh 20a Inverleith Row Edinburgh EH3 5LR, Scotland UNITED KINGDOM *Dan Nicolson* [[email protected]] Member, Editorial Committee, ICBN President, Nomenclature Section, IBC (Vienna) United States National Herbarium Department of Botany National Museum of Natural History, MRC-166 Smithsonian Institution, P.O. Box 37012 Washington, DC 20013-7012 U.S.A. *Nick Turland* [[email protected]] Secretary, Editorial Committee, ICBN Vice-rapporteur, Nomenclature Section, IBC (Vienna) Missouri Botanical Garden P.O. Box 299 St. Louis, MO 63166-0299 U.S.A. *Li-Bing* *Zhang *[[email protected]] Chinese Translator of ICBN (Vienna Code) Missouri Botanical Garden P.O. Box 299 St. Louis, MO 63166-0299 U.S.A.


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