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Kenneth Kent Mackenzie

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Kenneth Kent Mackenzie (1877–1934) was a lawyer and amateur botanist who wrote extensively on the genus Carex in North America.[1] The standard abbreviation Mack. is used for Mackenzie when citing a botanical name.[2]

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[ Background music ] >> Purdue achieved great milestones in 2006. The Purdue Alumni Association saw its highest membership numbers in history with over 67,000 members while the University Development Team reached its campaign goal of $1.5 billion as the year ended. [ Background music ] As the campaign for Purdue enters its final six months, the goal of reaching pre-eminence seems every closer. For example, the campaign funded several new buildings on the West Lafayette Campus in 2006. [ Applause ] Purdue dedicated a new $25 million biomedical engineering building in September. Research here ranges from development of nanoscale diagnostic and therapeutic devices to new materials in therapist to repair damaged and diseased body parts. Also dedicated in September was the new Richard and Patricia Lawson computer science building. This $20 million facility houses four classrooms, five instructional labs, our research labs, faculty offices, a cafeteria and a study lounge. >> The Richard and Patricia Lawson Computer Science Building we are dedicating here today exemplifies everything we are trying to do to take our great university to that next level. >> The Linda and William Fleischhauer Radiation Therapy Facility for the School of Veterinary Medicine was dedicated September 20th. This $2 million building is the only one of its kind in Indiana. [ Singing ] The Glee Club joined the ground breaking ceremony for a new $10 million building in Discovery Park to house the Discovery Learning Center. This interdisciplinary center will revolutionize how students learn in science, technology, engineering and math. >> This is gold and what is this surface back here? >> At the other end of Discovery Park, a new state of the art clean room opened in the Birck Nanotechnology Center. This room can be purified to as few as one micro particle in every cubic foot of air. >> If you have one particle that lands on your chip where your chip has nanoscale features, that area is destroyed. >> The Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering made significant progress in 2006 with completion expected by mid-2007. The 125,000-square foot building will include research labs and undergraduate teaching areas that facilitate student teamwork. [ Background construction ] A different type of dedication took place at the Purdue Airport when the Fed-Ex Corporation donated a recently retired airplane to the Department of Aviation Technology. Students will use the jet to learn about the mechanics and systems on an air craft equipped to carry cargo. [ Background band music ] While the $1.5 billion goal of the campaign for Purdue was officially reached at the end of December 2006, advancement staff celebrated the feat during the first week of 2007. >> Our first toast to one of the best months we ever had, a little under expected, but a $46 million December. >> The campaign will end June 30th, 2007, as will Martin Jischke's seven year presidency at Purdue. The Board of Trustees appointed a search committee after the president announced his plans to retire. >> And because of Martin's leadership and his accomplishments, I don't think there's any question that this university is very well positioned in the higher education market to attract the very best candidates. >> We're also working with Purdue to put together training classes. >> Jischke spent part of his final year traveling around the State of Indiana to get feedback and ideas on what Purdue does well and what it can do better. >> They see the University as enormously powerful tool, if you will, to help communities grow, develop people would like Purdue to become more engaged with them. [ Background music ] >> One of the hallmarks of the Jischke years has been a major expansion of campus facilities. With more than $780 million worth of new buildings under construction or completed. Another hallmark is a significant increase in the study abroad program. The number of Purdue students studying in other countries has more than tripled since 2000. For example, 44 MBA students spent two weeks in Beijing learning firsthand about business in China. They also saw sights like the Great Wall. And a group of 20 engineering and liberal arts students spent two weeks in three Chinese cities including Harbin in the far northeast corner of China. >> The backside was close to the ground. The other side was way up in the air. >> Other Purdue students traveled to coastal Mississippi to help people recover from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Students and professors from the School of Nursing began a three-year commitment to assist struggling health clinics in the area. >> One forty-eight over eighty-two. >> The Nursing School's new Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree Program got a boost with a $2.5 million grant from the Helene Fuld Health Trust. >> To reduce our nation's dependence on foreign energy sources. >> Purdue grabbed national headlines in August when an energy summit was held on campus co-sponsored by the University and Indiana Senator Richard Lugar. The summit emphasized the importance of finding alternative energy sources. >> This is what Truman does. >> History Professor Randy Roberts was named the 2006 Indiana Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education. Roberts is the ninth Purdue professor to be so honored in the past 20 years. [ Cheering crowd ] For the ninth time under Coach Joe Tiller, the Purdue football team returned to a post-season bowl in 2006 playing Maryland in the Champs Sports Bowl in Orlando. Several costly mistakes resulted in the Boilermakers losing 24 to 7. They ended the season with a record of 8 and 6. [ Chanting crowd ] Prior to the game, fans on the official Purdue Alumni Association Tour had a great time getting ready for the bowl game in the Florida warmth. [ Band playing ] More than 800 alumni and friends enjoyed food and festivities at the PAA Pre-game Tailgate. The party included face painting for the kids and appearances by the Boilermaker Special, Purdue Pete, the cheerleaders and the marching band. The Purdue Alumni Association sponsored pre-game tailgates prior to each of the 2006 away games including this one at Notre Dame. >> This is Boilermaker country. >> Be sure and check when out if your Fall 2007 plans include a Purdue away game. Former Purdue women's baseball star, Sharon Versyp, returned to campus in 2006 to take over coaching duties for the women's team. Versyp returned to her alma mater after one year as the head coach at Indiana University. [ Cheering crowd ] For the 2005-2006 season the Boilermakers advanced to the Sweet 16 where they defeated UCLA before falling 70 to 68 to number one seed North Carolina. The 2006 volleyball team got a boost from a new court and some new talent to reach the Sweet 16 for the second straight year. [ Cheering crowd ] But the Boilermakers lost that showdown against Penn State. The new court in the Intercollegiate Athletic Facility was dedicated in October. >> We are dedicating this beautiful Belin Court and after three quarters of a million dollars in renovations, this athletic facility features not only a new shock absorbing floor, but new bleachers. >> The women's soccer team capped off another successful season with their fourth NCAA appearance in the last five years, but they lost to Marquette. A new $7 million home for Purdue's tennis teams opened at the of December. When the teams aren't using the 60,000-square foot Dennis J. and Mary Lou Schwartz Tennis Center, the six indoor and six outdoor courts are available for use by the public. [ Cheering crowd ] The men's basketball team under second year coach, Matt Painter, was off to a great start to the 2006-2007 season with an undefeated 12-win record at home. [ Cheering crowd ] With three of its best players on the bench with injuries, the 2005-2006 team struggled to finish with nine wins and 19 losses. [ Cheering crowd ] Purdue began the fall semester with a record number of students. Nearly 70,000 enrolled system wide and 39,228 at West Lafayette. These numbers include Purdue's largest freshman class and its most diverse student population ever. A new Purdue tradition called Crossing the Tracks welcomed freshmen to campus in August. This yearly event created by Purdue Student Government and the Purdue Alumni Association takes place between Stanley Coulter Hall and Wetherill Laboratory of Chemistry. The tradition took shape because of a leadership gift from alumni Jim and Janet Rush, [phonetic] who crossed the tracks themselves during the dedication. The Boilermakers Special got another nighttime workout during the Fifth Annual Night Train Homecoming Parade. The parade weaved through campus ending at Slater Hill with a fireworks display. [ Fireworks ] Other events leading up to homecoming included a campus-wide blood drive and a pep rally that featured the marching band and Coach Tiller firing up the fans. [ Crowd cheering ] The pep rally was capped off by the crowning of Homecoming Queen Gillian Marovich [phonetic] and Homecoming King J.J. Kent [phonetic]. President Jischke and his wife, Patti, again led fans from Engineering Mall to the stadium following a morning homecoming celebration that included fun activities and information for all. [ Singing ] The Purdue Black Alumni Organization kicked off homecoming with many new events including an old school/new school party. This celebration included an exciting Step show performance by the ladies of Sigma Gamma Rho [phonetic] Epsilon Gamma Chapter. After the show, the party featured dancing to a Dee Jay's tunes. The Latino Cultural Center showed off its new facility during a homecoming pre-game tailgate party. The LCC also held an open house in the spring shortly after moving into 600 Russell Street. The celebration included two diverse Latino dancing performances. >> How's it going? >> We're doing real well. >> Alumni got a chance to gather with fellow Boilers and get an update on Purdue happenings at hundreds of alumni club meetings throughout the year including this one for the club of Northwest Indiana. >> Good morning, everybody. >> Alumni were again treated to engaging presentations at three Autumn Tuesday Speaker Series events sponsored by the Purdue Alumni Association. One featured new women's basketball coach, Sharon Versyp. >> It's just really nice to have people, you know, really remember you as a student, remember you as an athlete. >> And that presents and paints a better picture. >> In September, PAA staged the first Alumni Leaders Conference formerly known as the Club Officers Conference. It brought together alumni leaders from clubs, schools and colleges to network with current students, meet other alumni leaders and learn programming ideas to increase involvement and membership in their organizations. As part of the Alumni Leader Conference weekend, the Purdue Alumni Student Experience, or PACE, held a networking dinner for students to interact with alumni. PACE promotes Purdue pride and tradition. Since its inception in 2005, PACE has grown to be the third largest student group on the Purdue campus. Gala Weekend saw alumni from the Class of 1956 celebrate their 50th anniversary. They joined other alumni in marching to John Purdue's grave to honor the founder of this great institution. Purdue marked its 200th commencement ceremony in December. Purdue Alumni Association President Rich Crews [phonetic] welcomed the new graduates. >> I am here today to welcome you into the Purdue Alumni Association; an extended family of over 370,000 alumni with representation worldwide. >> Chicago club is great for young alums. >> For the year more than 8,500 graduates from the West Lafayette Campus joined the throng of Purdue alumni. They were honored by the Purdue Alumni Association at two senior send offs; one in May with 2,000 participants and one in December with 800. [ Cheering ] Both featured free food, Purdue memorabilia, information about PAA and fun activities. The 2006 Special Boilermaker Award went to Kenneth Coleman and James Foster [phonetic]. Since 1981 this PAA award has honored significant contributions to the quality of life and/or the betterment of the educational experience for a substantial number of Purdue students. After serving as Associate Dean of Students for 32 years, Coleman is now an Academic Advisor for Undergraduate Studies. Foster now works in Diversity Education after serving 31 years in University Housing. The winners of the 2006 Young Alumni Awards were Marisa Ducka [phonetic] and Gail Wildbaker [phonetic]. Ducka, who wasn't able to attend the presentation, helped lead the Purdue Club of Cleveland; Wildbaker plays a leading role in the Purdue Club of Northwest Indiana. Taking a look at regional campuses, Purdue Calumet celebrated 60 years of serving Northwest Indiana with a Diamond Jubilee in September. The festive evening featured foods representing the heritage of many of the campuses students. The campus Choral Group [phonetic] also performed. [ Singing ] Proceeds from the fund benefited the Chancellor's Scholars Fund, which supports full tuition renewable scholarships for top graduates of Northwest Indiana high schools. >> Thank you very much. >> The Eighth Annual Mastodon Roast at iPfW took place in October. Chancellor Michael Wartell carved pork for over 400 alumni, faculty and athletic boosters in attendance. They celebrated IPFW's admittance into the Mid-Continent Conference. >> Probably between now and when you turn it in. >> Purdue North Central recently opened a Porter County satellite campus in Valparaiso consisting of two buildings; one for undergraduates and one for graduate programs. The campus offers a variety of undergraduate courses, a Saturday MBA Program and numerous continuing education courses. A people mover transportation system opened at the IUPUI campus in June. The train transports patients, faculty, staff, students and the public between Methodist, IU, and Riley Hospitals. This light rail transportation operates seven days a week and will carry an estimated half a million people a year. >> Your new Alumni Association Director Kirk Cerny. >> A reception was held in November to welcome the Purdue Alumni Association's new Executive Director Kirk Cerny. He brings more than 12 years of senior level alumni relations and advancement experience with him. >> We hope that you've enjoyed this news reel. A great tradition from the Purdue Alumni Association, and we look forward to serving you in 2007. Two-Thousand and Six was a great year for the Alumni Association. We look forward to your participation in our club events, our building dedications on campus, we look forward to you coming back to campus for athletic contests and just to meet old friends and to remind yourself of your ties to Purdue University. Thank you very much. Have a great year and many thanks. Hail Purdue. [ Singing ]

Contents

Taxa

Cyperaceae

He described the following taxa in the family Cyperaceae (sedges); alternative combinations are indented.

= Carex sparganioides var. aggregata (Mack.) Gleason
= Carex canescens subsp. arctiformis (Mack.) Calder & Roy L.Taylor
= Carex atrata subsp. atrosquama (Mack.) Hultén
= Carex atrata var. atrosquama (Mack.) Cronquist
= Carex deflexa var. brevicaulis (Mack.) B.Boivin
= Carex heteroneura var. epapillosa (Mack.) F.J.Herm.
  • Carex exserta Mack.
  • Carex farwellii Mack.
  • Carex fernandezensis Mack. ex G.A.Wheeler
  • Carex festivella Mack.
= Carex macloviana subsp. festivella (Mack.) Á.Löve & D.Löve
= Carex inops subsp. heliophila (Mack.) Crins
= Carex pensylvanica subsp. heliophila (Mack.) W.A.Weber
= Carex complanata subsp. hirsutella (Mack.) R.T.Clausen
= Carex maritima var. incurviformis (Mack.) B.Boivin
  • Carex integra Mack.
  • Carex involucratella Mack.
  • Carex castanea var. knieskernii Mack.
  • Carex laevivaginata (Kük.) Mack.
  • Carex lancifructus Mack.
  • Carex laricina Mack. ex Bright
= Carex muricata var. laricina (Mack. ex Bright) Gleason
  • Carex latebrosa Mack.
  • Carex laxior Mack.
  • Carex leiophylla Mack.
= Carex sabulosa subsp. leiophylla (Mack.) A.E.Porsild
= Carex deweyana subsp. leptopoda (Mack.) Calder & Roy L.Taylor
= Carex deweyana var. leptopoda (Mack.) B.Boivin
= Carex cephalophora var. mesochorea (Mack.) Gleason
= Carex macloviana var. microptera (Mack.) B.Boivin
= Carex brevior var. molesta (Mack.) F.C.Gates
= Carex stipata var. oklahomensis (Mack.) Gleason
  • Carex olympica Mack.
  • Carex onusta Mack.
  • Carex ormantha Mack.
  • Carex pachycarpa Mack.
  • Carex paucicostata Mack.
  • Carex paucifructus Mack.
  • Carex perglobosa Mack.
  • Carex perstricta Mack.
= Carex schiedeana var. perstricta (Mack.) F.J.Herm.
= Carex laxiflora var. purpurifera (Mack.) Gleason
  • Carex rectior Mack.
  • Carex rhomalea Mack.
  • Carex richii Mack.
  • Carex rugosperma Mack.
= Carex tonsa var. rugosperma (Mack.) Crins
= Carex vallicola var. rusbyi (Mack.) F.J.Herm.
= Carex muricata var. ruthii (Mack.) Gleason
= Carex backii var. saximontana (Mack.) B.Boivin
= Carex scirpoidea var. scirpiformis (Mack.) O'Neill & Duman
= Carex praegracilis var. simulata (Mack.) B.Boivin
  • Carex smalliana Mack.
  • Carex stellata Mack.
= Carex schiedeana var. stellata (Mack.) F.J.Herm.
= Carex echinata subsp. townsendii (Mack.) Reznicek
= Carex athrostachya var. unilateralis (Mack.) B.Boivin
= Kobresia bellardi var. macrocarpa (Clokey ex Mack.) H.D.Harr.

Other families

In other families, he described the following taxa:

Acanthaceae
  • Gerardia flava var. calycosa (Mack. & Bush) Steyerm.
Adiantaceae
Alismataceae
= Sagittaria engelmanniana subsp. brevirostra (Mack. & Bush) Bogin
Apiaceae
  • Pseudotaenidia montana Mack.
  • Pseudotaenidia Mack.
= Taenidia montana (Mack.) Cronquist
Compositae
  • Aster parviceps Mack. & Bush in Mack.
  • Senecio pseudotomentosus Mack. & Bush
= Packera paupercula var. pseudotomentosa (Mack. & Bush) R.R.Kowal
  • Senecio semicordatus Mack. & Bush
= Senecio pseudaureus subsp. semicordatus (Mack. & Bush) G.W.Douglas & Ruyle-Douglas
= Packera pseudaurea var. semicordata (Mack. & Bush) Trock & T.M.Barkley
= Senecio aureus var. semicordatus (Mack. & Bush) Greenm.
  • Smallanthus Mack.
  • Smallanthus uvedalia (L.) Mack.
  • Solidago [infragen.unranked] Argutae Mack.
= Solidago subsect. Argutae (Mack.) G.L.Nesom
= Solidago ser. Argutae (Mack.) G.L.Nesom
= Solidago nemoralis subsp. longipetiolata (Mack. & Bush) G.W.Douglas
= Solidago nemoralis var. longipetiolata (Mack. & Bush) E.J.Palmer & Steyerm.
= Solidago subsect. Nemorales (Mack.) G.L.Nesom
= Solidago subsect. Odorae (Mack.) G.L.Nesom
= Solidago ser. Odorae (Mack.) Semple
  • Solidago tarda Mack. ex Small
  • Vernonia interior var. baldwinii (Torr.) Mack. & Bush in Mack.
  • Vernonia interior var. drummondii Mack. & Bush
  • Xanthium inflexum Mack. & Bush
Boraginaceae
  • Macromeria thurberi (A.Gray) Mack.
  • Onosmodium hispidissimum Mack.
= Onosmodium molle subsp. hispidissimum (Mack.) B.Boivin
= Onosmodium molle var. hispidissimum (Mack.) Cronquist
= Onosmodium virginianum var. hirsutum Mack.
  • Onosmodium bejariense var. hispidissimum (Mack.) B.L.Turner
  • Onosmodium hispidissimum var. macrospermum Mack. & Bush
  • Onosmodium occidentale Mack.
= Onosmodium bejariense var. occidentale (Mack.) B.L.Turner
= Onosmodium molle subsp. occidentale (Mack.) Cochrane
= Onosmodium molle subsp. occidentale (Mack.) Cochrane
= Onosmodium molle var. occidentale (Mack.) I.M.Johnst.
  • Onosmodium subsetosum Mack. & Bush in Small
= Onosmodium molle subsp. subsetosum (Mack. & Bush) Cochrane
= Onosmodium bejariense var. subsetosum (Mack. & Bush) B.L.Turner
= Onosmodium molle var. subsetosum (Mack. & Bush) Cronquist
  • Onosmodium occidentale var. sylvestre Mack.
Campanulaceae
  • Lobelia spicata var. leptostachys Mack. & Bush in Mack.
Caryophyllaceae
Chenopodiaceae
Convallariaceae
Convolvulaceae
= Convolvulus fraterniflorus (Mack. & Bush) Mack. & Bush
= Calystegia fraterniflora (Mack. & Bush) Brummitt
= Calystegia sepium var. fraterniflora (Mack. & Bush) R.H.Mohlenbrock
= Calystegia silvatica subsp. fraterniflora (Mack. & Bush) Brummitt
Ericaceae
= Vaccinium corymbosum f. caesariense (Mack.) Camp
Fabaceae
  • Lespedeza acuticarpa Mack. & Bush
  • Lespedeza manniana Mack. & Bush
  • Lespedeza neglecta Mack. & Bush
  • Lespedeza violacea var. prairea Mack. & Bush
  • Lespedeza simulata Mack. & Bush
Haloragaceae
  • Proserpinaca intermedia Mack.
Iridaceae
  • Iris foliosa Mack. & Bush
Juncaceae
  • Juncus coriaceus Mack.
  • Juncus longicaudatus (Engelm. ex A.Gray) Mack.
Lamiaceae
  • Scutellaria cordifolia var. pilosissima Mack. & Bush
Onagraceae
  • Oenothera strigosa Mack. & Bush
= Oenothera biennis var. strigosa Rydb. in Mack.
  • Onagra argillicola Mack.
= Oenothera argillicola Mack.
= Oenothera biennis f. argillicola (Mack.) B.Boivin
Poaceae
  • Elymus canadensis var. robustus Mack. & Bush in Mack.
  • Hystrix elymoides Mack. & Bush in Mack.
  • Muhlenbergia polystachya Mack. & Bush
Polygonaceae
Portulacaceae
  • Portulaca neglecta Mack. & Bush
Ranunculaceae
  • Delphinium nortonianum Mack. & Bush
= Delphinium azureum var. nortonianum (Mack. & Bush) E.J.Palmer & Steyerm.
= Delphinium carolinianum var. nortonianum (Mack. & Bush) L.M.Perry
  • Ranunculus sicaeformis Mack. & Bush
Rosaceae
Salicaceae
Saxifragaceae
  • Heuchera puberula Mack. & Bush
= Heuchera parviflora var. puberula (Mack. & Bush) E.F.Wells
  • Saxifraga incurva Mack. ex Ser.
Scrophulariaceae
  • Aureolaria calycosa (Mack. & Bush) Pennell
  • Dasistoma calycosum Mack. & Bush
  • Gerardia calycosa (Mack. & Bush) Fernald
= Gerardia flava var. calycosa (Mack. & Bush) Steyerm.
Solanaceae
  • Physalis missouriensis Mack. & Bush
= Physalis pubescens var. missouriensis (Mack. & Bush) Waterf.
= Physalis longifolia var. subglabrata (Mack. & Bush) Cronquist
= Physalis virginiana var. subglabrata (Mack. & Bush) Waterf.
Ulmaceae
  • Celtis mississippiensis var. pumila (Pursh) Mack. & Bush

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