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  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S1-1
The New Microscopy: Novel Characters and the Importance of Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis
08:00  Pacific 1 JENNER, RAChallenging received wisdom: integrating the new microscopy with the new animal phylogeny 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S1-1
The New Microscopy: Novel Characters and the Importance of Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis
08:30  Pacific 1 KLAUS, Angela V.; SCHAWAROCH, ValerieA Novel Methology Utilizing Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy for Systematic Analysis in Arthropods 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S1-1
The New Microscopy: Novel Characters and the Importance of Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis
09:00  Pacific 1 LEYS, SPSponge development: using microscopy to understand key features of the metazoan body plan. 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S1-1
The New Microscopy: Novel Characters and the Importance of Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis
09:30  Pacific 1 HOOGE, M.D.*; TYLER, SConcordance of molecular and morphological data: The example of Acoela 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S1-1
The New Microscopy: Novel Characters and the Importance of Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis
10:30  Pacific 1 SCHMIDT-RHAESA, A.; ROTHE, B.H.Postembryonic development of the musculature in kinorhynchs 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S1-1
The New Microscopy: Novel Characters and the Importance of Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis
11:00  Pacific 1 STOLLEWERK, ANeurogenesis in myriapods and chelicerates and its importance for understanding arthropod relationships 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S1-2
The New Microscopy: Novel Characters and the Importance of Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis
13:00  Pacific 1 MARTINDALE, M.Q.; FREEMAN, G.The origin of mesoderm in phoronids. 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S1-2
The New Microscopy: Novel Characters and the Importance of Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis
13:30  Pacific 1 MÜLLER, MCM*Polychaete nervous systems: Ground pattern and variation 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S1-2
The New Microscopy: Novel Characters and the Importance of Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis
14:00  Pacific 1 PAGE, L.R.Comparative studies of gastropod development: insights into the evolution of a novel body plan 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S1-2
The New Microscopy: Novel Characters and the Importance of Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis
14:30  Pacific 1 MASLAKOVA, S; MARTINDALE, M; NORENBURG, JHidden trochophore in nemertean development revealed by confocal microscopy and cell lineage analysis 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Sexual Selection and Mating Systems in Hermaphrodites
08:30  Pacific 2 LEONARD, J.L.*Sexual Selection in Hermaphrodites: What Does It Look Like and Where Do We Find It? 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Sexual Selection and Mating Systems in Hermaphrodites
09:00  Pacific 2 GHISELIN, Michael T.Sexual Selection in Hermaphrodites: Where Did our Ideas Come From? 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Sexual Selection and Mating Systems in Hermaphrodites
09:30  Pacific 2 MILINSKI, MFitness consequences of selfing and outcrossing in the cestode Schistocephalus solidus 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Sexual Selection and Mating Systems in Hermaphrodites
10:30  Pacific 2 LORENZI, M.C.; SELLA, G.; SCHLEICHEROVA, D.Life history and sex allocation strategies in a simultaneously hermaphroditic polychaete worm 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Sexual Selection and Mating Systems in Hermaphrodites
11:00  Pacific 2 ST. MARY, Colette M; SINGLER, Heather; SABASTIZABEL, Maria NConsequences of variation in sexual selection for sex allocation in simultaneous hermaphrodites: effects of population density 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Sexual Selection and Mating Systems in Hermaphrodites
11:30  Pacific 2 THOMSON, JDPerspectives on the evolution of sexual tactics in animal-pollinated plants: pollen presentation theory and sex allocation theory 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Sexual Selection and Mating Systems in Hermaphrodites
12:00  Pacific 2 PEMBERTON, AJ*; BISHOP, JDDPlant-like mating in sessile animals by the release and uptake of aquatic sperm 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S3-1
Drying Without Dying: The Comparative Mechanisms and Evolution of Desiccation Tolerance in Animals, Microbes, and Plants
09:00  California ALPERT, PThe constraints of tolerance: why are desiccation-tolerant organisms small and rare? 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S3-1
Drying Without Dying: The Comparative Mechanisms and Evolution of Desiccation Tolerance in Animals, Microbes, and Plants
09:30  California TREONIS, A.M.*; WALL, D.H.Soil nematodes and desiccation survival in the extreme arid environment of the Antarctic Dry Valleys 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S3-1
Drying Without Dying: The Comparative Mechanisms and Evolution of Desiccation Tolerance in Animals, Microbes, and Plants
10:30  California JöNSSON, K.I.A life history perspective to desiccation tolerance 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S3-1
Drying Without Dying: The Comparative Mechanisms and Evolution of Desiccation Tolerance in Animals, Microbes, and Plants
11:00  California MISHLER, BrentThe evolution and ecology of desiccation tolerance in mosses 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S3-1
Drying Without Dying: The Comparative Mechanisms and Evolution of Desiccation Tolerance in Animals, Microbes, and Plants
11:30  California OLIVER, Melvin J.Desiccation tolerance in bryophytes; is tolerance the primitive condition in plants? 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S3-2
Drying Without Dying: The Comparative Mechanisms and Evolution of Desiccation Tolerance in Animals, Microbes, and Plants
13:00  California BARTELS, Dorothea*; RAMANJULU, Ramtin; MüLLER, Kai; FISCHER, Eberhard; BORSCH, ThomasThe evolution of desiccation tolerance: genomic aspects 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S3-2
Drying Without Dying: The Comparative Mechanisms and Evolution of Desiccation Tolerance in Animals, Microbes, and Plants
13:30  California POTTS, MalcolmThe Desiccome: Humble Beginnings 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S3-2
Drying Without Dying: The Comparative Mechanisms and Evolution of Desiccation Tolerance in Animals, Microbes, and Plants
14:00  California HOEKSTRA, F.A.Differential longevities in desiccated anhydrobiotic plant systems 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S3-2
Drying Without Dying: The Comparative Mechanisms and Evolution of Desiccation Tolerance in Animals, Microbes, and Plants
14:30  California WALTERS, C.*; HILL, L.M.; WHEELER, L.M.Dying while Dry: Kinetics and Mechanisms of Deterioration in Desiccated Organisms 


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