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Ontogeny of Physiological Regulatory Mechanisms: Fitting into the Environment

Symposium organized by Carl L. Reiber


Sponsored by DCPB


Thursday Jan. 8th


1:00 PMCarl ReiberIntroduction to the first session of the symposium "Ontogeny of physiological regulatory mechanisms: Fitting into the environment"
1:10 PM Carl ReiberRegulatory patterns in developing animals: the heart - perfusion on demand.
1:30 PMSteve Roberts Developmental and fitness consequences of natural heat stress and Hsp70 expression in Drosophila
2:00 PMJon HarrisonOntogeny of Respiratory Function in grasshoppers: Does Gas Exchange Become More Challenging for Larger Insects?
2:30 PMNora TerwilligerDevelopmental regulation of oxygen transport proteins in arthropods: Adjusting to changing demands.



Thursday Jan. 8th

8:00 AMSteve RobertsIntroduction to the second session of the symposium "Ontogeny of physiological regulatory mechanisms: Fitting into the environment"
8:05 AM S. Varsamos"Fitted to fit: Ontogeny of osmoregulation in fish"
8:30 AMWarren BurggrenEnvironmental influences on developmental programs for metabolism, circulation and respiration
9:00 AMBrian BagattoDevelopment of cardiovascular regulation in the lamprey: the challenges of a primitive vertebrate.
9:30 AM Erica CrespiCorticotropin-releasing hormone regulates locomotion and foraging behaviors in spadefoot toad Spea hammondii tadpoles and juveniles
10:30 AMSteve RobertsConcluding remarks and discussion