Mary Sue Ittner Grant for Bulb Studies
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The Mary Sue Ittner Grant for Bulb Research is an annual competitive grant available to PBS members to support any aspect of basic research, field-work, conservation, education, and horticultural discoveries that are geared towards "bulbs". Any plant(s) that fits the definition of a bulb as defined by the PBS Wiki will qualify.

Calls for applications are usually made in Spring of each year.

Application for 2019

Due date: April 15, 2019


Awarded Applications

2018
  • Annika Smith: "Floral diversity and dynamic evolutionary processes in three Chilean species of Tropaeolum"
  • Christian Valdes-Ibarra: "Richness and geographic distribution of Zephyranthes (Amaryllidaceae) in Mexico"
2017
  • Samantha Hartogs: "Floral traits and pollination syndrome in Thalictrum"
  • Jesus Martinez-Gomez: "Umbel-viable Diversity in Allium!"
  • Carrie Tribble: "Phylogeography and trait evolution of the ethnobotanically important Bomarea edulis"
2016
  • Evan Eifler: "Geissorhiza (Iridaceae), not just another pretty flower, an evolutionary epic waiting to be told"
  • Mariano Saviello: "Studies and tissue culture of the endangered Habranthus sanavirone"
  • Cody Howard: "The evolutionary history of the Ledebouriinae (Asparagaceae, Scilloideae)"
2015
  • No applications received
2014 2013


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