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  Sunday, Jan. 8  S7-2
Symposium: Metamorphosis: A Multi-Kingdom Approach
08:00  Great Hall West S7-2.1 HEYLAND, Andreas*; MOROZ, Leonid/LSEARCH FOR NEURONAL TRANSCRIPTS INVOLVED IN THE METAMORPHIC TRANSITION OF THE SEA HARE APLYSIA CALIFORNICA  
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S7-2
Symposium: Metamorphosis: A Multi-Kingdom Approach
08:30  Great Hall West S7-2.2 PIRES, ASignals Mediating Rapid Loss of Cell Adhesion in Metamorphosis 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S7-2
Symposium: Metamorphosis: A Multi-Kingdom Approach
09:00  Great Hall West S7-2.3 JACOBS, MW*; DEGNAN, BMDelay of Metamorphosis in Solitary Ascidians: Genetics, Morphology, and Ecology 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S7-2
Symposium: Metamorphosis: A Multi-Kingdom Approach
09:30  Great Hall West S7-2.4 DENVER, Robert/J*; CRESPI, Erica/JHormones translate environmental information to time amphibian metamorphosis 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S7-2
Symposium: Metamorphosis: A Multi-Kingdom Approach
10:30  Great Hall West S7-2.5 YOUSON, J.H.Lamprey metamorphosis and a theory on the evolution of adult life history types 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S7-2
Symposium: Metamorphosis: A Multi-Kingdom Approach
11:00  Great Hall West S7-2.6 FLATT, TJuvenile Hormone as an Effector of Metamorphosis and Life History Transitions 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S7-2
Symposium: Metamorphosis: A Multi-Kingdom Approach
11:30  Great Hall West S7-2.7 EREZYILMAZ, Deniz F*; RIDDIFORD, Lynn M; TRUMAN, James WAn ancestral role for the metamorphosis-determining gene, broad in the direct-developing milkweed bug. 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S8-2
Symposium: Genomic and Proteomic Approaches in Crustacean Biology
08:00  Scotland A S8-2.1 GROSS, P.S.Functional genomics approaches to understanding stress responses and disease in shrimp 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S8-2
Symposium: Genomic and Proteomic Approaches in Crustacean Biology
08:30  Scotland A S8-2.2 MCCLINTOCK, Timothy S.*; DERBY, Charles D.; ACHE, Barry W.PHYSIOLOGICAL GENOMICS OF LOBSTER OLFACTION 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S8-2
Symposium: Genomic and Proteomic Approaches in Crustacean Biology
09:00  Scotland A S8-2.3 DURICA, D.S.*; KUPFER, D.; NAJAR, F.; SO, S.; TANG, Y.; GRIFFIN, K.; HOPKINS, P.M.; ROE, B.Limb Regeneration and Expressed Sequence Tag Sequencing in Fiddler Crab 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S8-2
Symposium: Genomic and Proteomic Approaches in Crustacean Biology
09:30  Scotland A S8-2.4 MYKLES, D.L.Proteomics and signal transduction in the crustacean molting gland 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S8-2
Symposium: Genomic and Proteomic Approaches in Crustacean Biology
10:30  Scotland A S8-2.5 SHAFER, T.H.Expressed sequence tag sequencing to identify genes involved in exoskeleton calcification in the blue crab 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S8-2
Symposium: Genomic and Proteomic Approaches in Crustacean Biology
11:00  Scotland A S8-2.6 TERWILLIGER, N.B.**; RYAN , M.; PHILLIPS, M.Crustacean Hemocyanin Gene Family: Oxygen Probes of the Global Gene Scene 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S9-2
Symposium: EcoPhysiology and Conservation: The Contributions of Energetics
08:00  Scotland B S9-2.1 PORTER, W.P.*; VAKHARIA, N.; DUFFY, D.C.Modeling the energetics and behavior of the rare (extinct?) Po'ouli on the landscape of Maui 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S9-2
Symposium: EcoPhysiology and Conservation: The Contributions of Energetics
08:30  Scotland B S9-2.2 MCNAB, BKThe energetics of reproduction in endotherms and its implications for their conservation 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S9-2
Symposium: EcoPhysiology and Conservation: The Contributions of Energetics
09:00  Scotland B S9-2.3 WOODS, W. A. Jr.*; STEVENSON, R. D. Condition Indices for Conservation: New Uses for Evolving Tools 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  S9-2
Symposium: EcoPhysiology and Conservation: The Contributions of Energetics
09:30  Scotland B S9-2.4 TRACY, C. R.*; NUSSEAR, K; ESQUE, T; ZIMMERMAN, L; DEAN-BRADLEY, K; CASTLE, K; ESPINOZA, B; TRACY, COverview of Conservation Physiology 


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