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  Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Ecological Immunology: Recent Advances and Applications for Conservation and Public Health
08:00  Scotland B S1.1 MATSON, K.D.*; KLASING, K.C.; SCHEUERLEIN, A.; RICKLEFS, R.E.Immune function differences between continental and island forms: a symptom of an “island syndrome”?  
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Ecological Immunology: Recent Advances and Applications for Conservation and Public Health
08:30  Scotland B S1.2 LEE, KA*; WIKELSKI, M; KLASING, KCIndices of humoral and innate immunity in tropical birds according to diet and habitat type 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Ecological Immunology: Recent Advances and Applications for Conservation and Public Health
09:00  Scotland B S1.3 COHEN, C.S.*; TIRINDELLI, J.; GOMEZ-CHIARRI, M.; GAUGER, E.; NACCI, D.Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) variation at the population level: making the most of functional and structural models, with an example using estuarine fish 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Ecological Immunology: Recent Advances and Applications for Conservation and Public Health
09:30  Scotland B S1.4 MARTIN, LB*; WEIL, ZM; NELSON, RJThe immune defenses of rodents: model systems for bridging conservation, medicine, and ecophysiology. 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Ecological Immunology: Recent Advances and Applications for Conservation and Public Health
10:30  Scotland B S1.5 CATTADORI, Isabella MThe effect of immunity and seasonality on pattern of infection  
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Ecological Immunology: Recent Advances and Applications for Conservation and Public Health
11:00  Scotland B S1.6 MYDLARZ, L.D.*; WARD, J.R.; HARVELL, C.D.The Dynamics of Immunocompetence and Climate Drivers in Coral Response to Disease 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Ecological Immunology: Recent Advances and Applications for Conservation and Public Health
11:30  Scotland B S1.7 KIM, CHThe Role of Arsenic in Modulating Innate Immunity in the Zebrafish 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Ecological Immunology: Recent Advances and Applications for Conservation and Public Health
13:00  Scotland B S1.8 TOWNSON, D.H.Immune cell-endothelial cell interactions in the bovine corpus luteum.  
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Ecological Immunology: Recent Advances and Applications for Conservation and Public Health
13:30  Scotland B S1.9 LUTTON, B.V.*; CALLARD, I.P.Endocrine-Immune Interactions and Reproduction in Elasmobranchs: Investigations of the Little Skate, Leucoraja erinacea 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Ecological Immunology: Recent Advances and Applications for Conservation and Public Health
14:00  Scotland B S1.10 WALSH, C.J.*; LUER, C.A.; BODINE, A.B.; LITMAN, G.W.; ANDERSON, M.K.; MIRACLE, A.L.The Immune System of Elasmobranch Fishes 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Ecological Immunology: Recent Advances and Applications for Conservation and Public Health
14:30  Scotland B S1.11 FAHEY, J/V*; SCHAEFER, T/M; WIRA, C/RInnate and Adaptive Immunity in the Human Female Reproductive Tract: Regulation by Sex Hormones 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Symposium: Zebrafish in Comparative Context
08:00  Great Hall West S2-1.1 MAYDEN, R. L.*; CONWAY, K.; CHAMBERLAIN, S.; HASKINS, M.; SCHNEIDER, L.; SUDKAMP, M.; TANG, K; WOOD, R. M.Phylogenetic Relationships of Danio within the Order Cypriniformes: A Framework for Comparative and Evolutionary Studies of a Model Species. 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Symposium: Zebrafish in Comparative Context
08:30  Great Hall West S2-1.2 COOPER, Mark S*; VIRTA, Valerie MEvolution of Gastrulation in the Actinopterygian (Ray-Finned) Fishes  
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Symposium: Zebrafish in Comparative Context
09:00  Great Hall West S2-1.3 POSTLETHWAIT, John/H*; YAN, Yi-Lin; AMORES, Angel; CRESKO, Bill; SINGER, Amy; RUBIN, DavidConsequences of genome duplication for the evolution of developmental mechanisms in teleost fish 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Symposium: Zebrafish in Comparative Context
09:30  Great Hall West S2-1.4 KOCHER, Thomas DFrom Natural Systems to Laboratory Models: Comparative Genomics of Teleost Fishes 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Symposium: Zebrafish in Comparative Context
10:30  Great Hall West S2-1.5 HALPERN, ME*; KUAN, YS; SANTHAKUMAR, K; GAMSE, JTLeft-Right Asymmetry in the Zebrafish Brain 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Symposium: Zebrafish in Comparative Context
11:00  Great Hall West S2-1.6 FETCHO, J.R.The comparative biology of spinal motor networks in zebrafish 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S2-1
Symposium: Zebrafish in Comparative Context
11:30  Great Hall West S2-1.7 WEBB, J.F.Development of the Lateral Line System in Teleost Fishes: Zebrafish and Beyond 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S3-1
Symposium: Biomechanics and Neuromuscular Control
13:00  Great Hall East S3-1.1 SATTERLIE, R.*; SZYMIK, B.Changing Locomotory Speed in a Mollusk: From Neurons to Mechanics 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S3-1
Symposium: Biomechanics and Neuromuscular Control
13:30  Great Hall East S3-1.2 CHIEL, Hillel JNeuromechanics of Multifunctionality 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S3-1
Symposium: Biomechanics and Neuromuscular Control
14:00  Great Hall East S3-1.3 DANIEL, T.*; HEDRICK, TInverse analysis of flight control of Hawkmoths 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S3-1
Symposium: Biomechanics and Neuromuscular Control
14:30  Great Hall East S3-1.4 HALE, M. E.Cells, circuits and swimming: examining the neuromuscular control of locomotion with the zebrafish (Danio rerio).  


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