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  Sunday, Jan. 8  66
Community Ecology
08:00  Diamond 66.1 WILLIAMS, R. L.*; JOHNSON, K. B.Seasonal Variation, Diet and Prey Selection of the Ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in a Subtropical Estuary 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  66
Community Ecology
08:20  Diamond 66.2 SINCLAIR, BJ*; KLOK, CJ; TERBLANCHE, JS; SCOTT, MB; CHOWN, SLPhysiological constraints on the small-scale distribution of three species of Antarctic Collembola 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  66
Community Ecology
08:40  Diamond 66.3 CATENAZZI, AlessandroThe Ulva connection: marine resources subsidize terrestrial consumers in coastal Peru 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  66
Community Ecology
09:00  Diamond 66.4 ROTH, J.D.*; WIESEL, I.; DREA, C.M.Variation in seal consumption by brown hyenas in the Namib desert estimated using stable isotopes 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  66
Community Ecology
09:20  Diamond 66.5 BARTON, B. T.*; ROTH, J. D.Sea turtle nest predators: Implications for community ecology 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  66
Community Ecology
09:40  Diamond 66.6 SLOAN, N. J.B.*; GOODFRIEND, E.; JOHNSON, K.B.Zooplankton Abundance and Distribution in Tidal Marshes Impounded for Mosquito Control 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  66
Community Ecology
10:20  Diamond 66.7 BARTHELL, J. F.**; THORP, R. W.; MASON, C.; GARVIN, E.; JOHNSON, E.; WELLS, H.; WENNER, A. M.An Island Ecosystem after Honey Bees: Is a Noxious Weed now Competing for Native Pollinators?  
  Sunday, Jan. 8  66
Community Ecology
10:40  Diamond 66.8 FENOLIO, D.B.*; MOREIRA, L.A.; SILVA, H.L.R.; DA SILVA , N.J. Jr.A preliminary report on the importance of termite mounds to the herpetofauna of the Cerrado of Central Brazil 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  66
Community Ecology
11:00  Diamond 66.9 FAUTH, J.E.*; OLESON, R.; KAUP, D.J.; MALONE, L.C.; CLARKE, T.L.Using crowd-control simulations to predict the behavior of motile organisms 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  66
Community Ecology
11:20  Diamond 66.10 MCCOY, Michael W*; BOLKER, Ben; OSENBERG, CraigPredator induced phenotypic plasticity: influence of prey size, density, and experience  
  Sunday, Jan. 8  66
Community Ecology
11:40  Diamond 66.11 BELDEN, L.K.Impact of euthrophication on wood frog tadpoles infected with trematode cercariae 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  67
Population Genetics and Adaptation
08:00  Sapphire 67.1 HRANITZ, J.M.*; MELICHERCIK, M.J.; BAIRD, T.A.The Effective Population Size of a Colony of Collared Lizards: Another Look After Three Generations 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  67
Population Genetics and Adaptation
08:20  Sapphire 67.2 MEDEIROS, Matthew JRepeated evolution of flightlessness in cave-dwelling moths. 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  67
Population Genetics and Adaptation
08:40  Sapphire 67.3 HAMILTON, D.E.*; JANOWSKI-BELL, M.E.; MCINTYRE, N.E.; DENSMORE, L.D.A preliminary molecular analysis of the Theraphosid genus Aphonopelma and its implications on the present morphological taxonomy 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  67
Population Genetics and Adaptation
09:00  Sapphire 67.4 GIFFORD, M. E.**; LARSON, A.Consequences of recent secondary contact between lineages of Ameiva chrysolaema in the Dominican Republic 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  67
Population Genetics and Adaptation
09:20  Sapphire 67.5 TIBBELS, A.E.**; MORENO, A.; MCCRACKEN, G.F.Local Scale Population Structure of the Common Vampire Bat (Desmodus rotundus). 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  67
Population Genetics and Adaptation
09:40  Sapphire 67.6 SCHIZAS, N.V*; BROWNE, W.E.The genetic population structure of Caribbean populations of the banded coral shrimp Stenopus hispidus 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  67
Population Genetics and Adaptation
10:20  Sapphire 67.7 BUTLER, MA*; KING, AAOUCH! an improved method for phylogenetic tests of adaptive evolution 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  67
Population Genetics and Adaptation
10:40  Sapphire 67.8 KOEPFLI, K.-P.*; GOMPPER, M.E.; EIZIRIK, E.; HO, C.-C.; LINDEN, L.; MALDONADO, J.E.; WAYNE, R.K.Molecular Phylogeny Reveals Extensive Morphological Parallelism in the Procyonidae (Mammalia: Carnivora) 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  67
Population Genetics and Adaptation
11:00  Sapphire 67.9 GATESY, J.**; DEMERE, T.; MCGOWEN, M.; BERTA, A.Stepwise Evolution of Filter Feeding in Baleen Whales 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  67
Population Genetics and Adaptation
11:20  Sapphire 67.10 BUCKLEY, D.*; BONETT, R. M.; WAKE, M. H.Evolution of Viviparity and Speciation Patterns in Vertebrates 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  68
Sensory Biology
08:00  Emerald 68.1 FUXJAGER, M.J.*; MANGIAMELE, L.A.; DAVIDOFF, K.R.B.; LOHMANN, K.J.Effects of the Magnetic Environment of Sea Turtle Nests on Magnetic Orientation Behavior in Hatchlings 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  68
Sensory Biology
08:20  Emerald 68.2 WYETH, Russell C.Modeling navigation in the sea slug Tritonia diomedea: strategies for finding odor sources in variable flow. 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  68
Sensory Biology
08:40  Emerald 68.3 MORA, C.V.*; JOHNSEN, S.; LOHMANN, K.J.Detection Of Polarized Light By Loggerhead Sea Turtles (Caretta caretta) 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  68
Sensory Biology
09:00  Emerald 68.4 THEOBALD, J C*; WARRANT, E JNeural summation in night flying sweat bees 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  68
Sensory Biology
09:20  Emerald 68.5 BAKKEN, George S.*; KROCHMAL, Aaron R.Pitviper thermal vision: An optical analysis of spatial resolution and signal strength 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  68
Sensory Biology
09:40  Emerald 68.6 GRACE, M.S.*; VANDYKE, J.U.Infrared Imaging in Pit Vipers: Complex Behavior from a Thermal Contrast Detector 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  68
Sensory Biology
10:20  Emerald 68.7 FERNANDEZ, A. A.*; MORRIS, M. R.Pre-existing sensory bias in the Poeciliidae?: additional insight from two Xiphophorus species 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  68
Sensory Biology
10:40  Emerald 68.8 FULLER, R.Testing the assumptions of the sensory bias model 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  68
Sensory Biology
11:00  Emerald 68.9 BARIMO, J.F. **; MCDONALD, M.D.; WASLH, P.J.The influence of photoperiod on pulsatile urea excretion in toadfish (Opsanus beta) 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  69
Complementary to EcoPhysiology and Conservation Symposium
10:20  Scotland B 69.1 WALLACE, B.P. *; SEMINOFF, J.A.; KILHAM, S.S.; SPOTILA, J.R.; DUTTON, P.H.Leatherback turtles as oceanographic indicators: stable isotope analyses reveal a trophic dichotomy between ocean basins 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  69
Complementary to EcoPhysiology and Conservation Symposium
10:40  Scotland B 69.2 DUNBAR, M.B.; TOMASI, T.E.**Hibernation Energetics of Eastern Red Bats (Lasiurus borealis) 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  69
Complementary to EcoPhysiology and Conservation Symposium
11:00  Scotland B 69.3 PRATT, M.C.Will an opportunistic invasive bryozoan displace or coexist with other epiphytic bryozoans in the Gulf of Maine? 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  69
Complementary to EcoPhysiology and Conservation Symposium
11:20  Scotland B 69.4 CASPER, AF*; JOHNSON, LEPatterns of microevolution and displacement in a rapidly expanding species: Insights from comparative physiological ecology of zebra and quagga mussels 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  69
Complementary to EcoPhysiology and Conservation Symposium
11:40  Scotland B 69.5 WELLS, S.L.*; MCCONAUGHA, J.R.Fecundity and Reproductive Energetics in the Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab, Callinectes sapidus 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  70
Environmental Endocrinology
08:00  Scotland C 70.1 URANO, Akihisa*; MORIYA, Shogo; ABE, ShuitiOligonuclotide DNA Microarray for Haplotype Analysis in Field Endocrinology 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  70
Environmental Endocrinology
08:20  Scotland C 70.2 STORRS, Sara I.*; SEMLITSCH, Raymond D.Is hermaphroditism natural in amphibians?: A case of contaminated controls 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  70
Environmental Endocrinology
08:40  Scotland C 70.3 BONIER, Frances*; MARTIN, Paul R. ; JENSEN, Jay P. ; FOLTZ, Sarah; WINGFIELD, John C.Stress in urban songbirds: adaptation to life in the city? 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  70
Environmental Endocrinology
09:00  Scotland C 70.4 WANG, S.W.**; KITAISKAIA, E.V.; HATCH, S.A.; IVERSON, S.J.; KITAYSKY, A.S.Diet affects the adrenocortical function in northern fulmars (Fulmarus glacialis) 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  70
Environmental Endocrinology
09:20  Scotland C 70.5 BUSCH, D. Shallin*; WINGFIELD, John C.Reproductive endocrinology of the song wren (Cyphorhinus phaeocephalus), a resident bird of the lowland tropics 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  70
Environmental Endocrinology
09:40  Scotland C 70.6 BREUNER, CW*; CORNELIUS, JM; HAHN, TPAndrogens and arrival biology in a migratory songbird 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  71
Bioindicators/Pollution
10:20  Scotland C  71.1 SPEAR, E.; ELLIOTT, J.K.; WYLLIE-ECHEVERRIA, S.*Using the sulfide-oxidizing bacterium Beggiatoa as an indicator of inhibiting levels of hydrogen sulfide for Zostera marina 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  71
Bioindicators/Pollution
10:40  Scotland C  71.2 LAUFER, Hans*; DEMIR, N; PAN, X; STUART, J; KOEHN, UShell Disease in the Lobster May be Related to Alkylphenols 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  71
Bioindicators/Pollution
11:00  Scotland C  71.3 GAVAND, M.**; MCCLINTOCK, J.B.; AMSLER, C.D.; PETERS, R.W.The use of sonication and advanced chemical oxidants as mechanisms to eradicate macroinvertebrates in ballast water under static and continuous flow regimes 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  71
Bioindicators/Pollution
11:20  Scotland C  71.4 WIDDER, P.D.*; BIDWELL, J.R.Tadpole Swim Speed and Organophosphate Pesticide Exposure 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  71
Bioindicators/Pollution
11:40  Scotland C  71.5 PETERSON, J.D.**; ASHE, V.A.; MENDONCA, M.T.Sublethal effects of coal combustion residues on Southern Leopard Frog (Rana sphenocephala) growth and corticosterone content throughout metamorphosis 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  72
Tetrapod Locomotion
08:00  Ireland A 72.1 BERGMANN, P.J.**; IRSCHICK, D.J.The temperature-dependence of clinging and sprinting ability in day geckos. 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  72
Tetrapod Locomotion
08:20  Ireland A 72.2 VANHOOYDONCK, B.*; HERREL, A.; IRSCHICK, D.J.Effects of substrate diameter on acceleration capacity in Anolis lizards 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  72
Tetrapod Locomotion
08:40  Ireland A 72.3 DITTMORE, A.*; STRATTON, T.; KELLY, T.; SCHRODER, K.; GEISLER, B.; AUTUMN, K.Why geckos don't fall off ceilings 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  72
Tetrapod Locomotion
09:00  Ireland A 72.4 AUTUMN, K.Anti-adhesive properties of gecko setae 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  72
Tetrapod Locomotion
09:20  Ireland A 72.5 PEATTIE, A M.*; CORDER, A. B.; FULL, R. J.Effect of Morphological Variation on Single Seta Force in Geckos 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  72
Tetrapod Locomotion
09:40  Ireland A 72.6 ZANI, Peter A.*; JONES, Trevor D.Effect of reproductive burden on endurance in side-blotched lizards 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  72
Tetrapod Locomotion
10:20  Ireland A 72.7 SULLIVAN, C.Varanus, Alligator, and the diversity of non-parasagittal locomotion 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  72
Tetrapod Locomotion
10:40  Ireland A 72.8 SCALES, J.A.*; BUTLER, M.A.Force Production During Acceleration in Gravid Iguanas 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  72
Tetrapod Locomotion
11:00  Ireland A 72.9 REILLY, Stephen M.*; MCELROY, Eric J.Tuataras and salamanders show that walking and running mechanics are ancient features of tetrapod locomotion 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  72
Tetrapod Locomotion
11:20  Ireland A 72.10 ASTLEY, H. C.**; LOCHETTO, S. M.; MOSKALIK, B.; JAYNE, B. C.Climbing without limbs: Arboreal locomotion of snakes 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  72
Tetrapod Locomotion
11:40  Ireland A 72.11 RICHARDS, Christopher T.*; BIEWENER, Andrew A.Measuring muscle power in vivo and in vitro: Identifying mechanisms by which power is modulated in the Xenopus laevis plantaris muscle during swimming 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  73
Feeding and Flow III
08:00  Ireland B 73.1 COUGHLIN, DJ*; CARROLL, AMin vitro Estimates of Power Output by Epaxial Muscle During Feeding in Bass 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  73
Feeding and Flow III
08:20  Ireland B 73.2 NAUWELAERTS, S*; WILGA, C.D.; SANFORD, C.P.; LAUDER, G.V.Substrate Increases Suction Feeding Effectiveness In Bamboo Sharks 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  73
Feeding and Flow III
08:40  Ireland B 73.3 PACE, C. M.*; GIBB, A. C.Feeding kinematics of the pike killifish, Belonesox belizanus, a predominantly piscivorous poeciliid. 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  73
Feeding and Flow III
09:00  Ireland B 73.4 SAMARCO, Thomas/ J.*; TURINGAN, Ralph/ G.Intraspecific Variation in Scaling of Prey Capture Kinematics in the teleost fish, Sciaenops ocellatus 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  73
Feeding and Flow III
09:20  Ireland B 73.5 SANFORD, Christopher P.*; AJEMIAN, Matt J.Evaluating the importance of new structures versus new muscle activity patterns in the evolution of a novel feeding mechanism in salmonid fishes. 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  73
Feeding and Flow III
09:40  Ireland B 73.6 DOLCE, JL*; WILGA, CDGill Slit Kinematics in Suction and Ram Ventilating Sharks 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  73
Feeding and Flow III
10:20  Ireland B 73.7 WESTNEAT, M. W.Biomechanical Models of Feeding in Fishes: Testing for Convergence in Functional Design 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  73
Feeding and Flow III
10:40  Ireland B 73.8 ANDERSON, Noah, J*; ANDERSON, Curtis, W.Kinematics of aquatic feeding in the softshell turtle, Apalone spinifera, with comments on the role of suction in turtle feeding.  
  Sunday, Jan. 8  73
Feeding and Flow III
11:00  Ireland B 73.9 WEGNER, N. C.*; SEPULVEDA, C. A.; GRAHAM, J. B.Gill specializations of the shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus, a lamnid shark. 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  74
Animal Response to Environmental Stress
08:00  Ireland C 74.1 CUNNINGHAM, Adele*; WATTS, Stephen A.Do oocytes of the sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus compete for nutrients? 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  74
Animal Response to Environmental Stress
08:20  Ireland C 74.2 BABONIS, L. S. *; LILLYWHITE, H.B.; HATCH, K. ; TU, M. C.Drinking of Fresh Water by Sea Snakes 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  74
Animal Response to Environmental Stress
08:40  Ireland C 74.3 CONTRERAS, H*; TALBOT, COsmoregulatory Behaviors in Pacific and California Tree Frogs: Differences in ability to find water and species’ salt concentration preferences. 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  74
Animal Response to Environmental Stress
09:00  Ireland C 74.4 VEILLETTE, PA*; BREVES, JP; REARDON, DR; SPECKER, JLCOMPENSATORY HYPERTROPHY IN FLOUNDER GUT 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  74
Animal Response to Environmental Stress
09:20  Ireland C 74.5 STONE, M.D.**; HELLGREN, E.C.Thermal Variation in the Microhabitat of the Texas Tortoise (Gopherus berlandieri) 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  75
Hydrodynamics - Locomotion II
10:00  Ireland C 75.1 RIBAK, G.*; WEIHS, D.; ARAD, Z.Underwater maneuverability of cormorants 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  75
Hydrodynamics - Locomotion II
10:20  Ireland C 75.2 LAUDER*, G.V.*; MADDEN, P.; MITTAL, R.; DONG, H.; BOZKURTTAS, M.; DAVIDSON, N.; TANGORRA, J.; HUNTER, I.Pectoral fin function in sunfish: experimental hydrodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, and construction of a robotic model 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  75
Hydrodynamics - Locomotion II
10:40  Ireland C 75.3 RIVERA, A.R.*; RIVERA, G.; BLOB, R.W.Aquatic Turning Performance of a Rigid-Bodied Vertebrate, the Painted Turtle (Chrysemys picta) 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  75
Hydrodynamics - Locomotion II
11:00  Ireland C 75.4 STANDEN, E.M.*; LAUDER, G.V.Hydrodynamics function of dorsal and anal fins in trout ( Salvelinus fontinalis) 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  75
Hydrodynamics - Locomotion II
11:20  Ireland C 75.5 SCHAEFER, Justin T; LONG, JR., John H; KOOB, Thomas J*Biomimetic vertebral columns of variable structure and mechanical properties 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  75
Hydrodynamics - Locomotion II
11:40  Ireland C 75.6 WIKTOROWICZ, Alexis M.*; GORDON, Malcolm S.How Porcupinefish (Diodon holocanthus) Swim: Biomechanics and Kinematics 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  76
Scaling and Evolutionary Physiology
08:00  Great Hall East 76.1 BRONIKOWSKI, Anne M.*; BRUNET-ROSSINNI, Anja K.; ARNOLD, Stevan J.Physiological evolution and aging in garter snakes 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  76
Scaling and Evolutionary Physiology
08:20  Great Hall East 76.2 SIEG, Annette*; O'CONNOR, MichaelExploring the Possible Radiative Origins of Interspecific Metabolic Allometries 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  76
Scaling and Evolutionary Physiology
08:40  Great Hall East 76.3 WIERSMA, P.*; MUNOZ-GARCIA, A.; WILLIAMS, J.B.Do basal metabolic rates of tropical birds suggest a low pace of life? 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  76
Scaling and Evolutionary Physiology
09:00  Great Hall East 76.4 HAYASHI, C.Y.*; SWANSON, B.O.; BLACKLEDGE, T.A.; SUMMERS, A.P.Evolution of the Material Properties of Spider Dragline Silk 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  76
Scaling and Evolutionary Physiology
09:20  Great Hall East 76.5 BRZEK, P.*; BIELAWSKA, K.; KSIAZEK, A.; KONARZEWSKI, M.Anatomic and molecular correlates of divergent selection for basal metabolic rate in laboratory mice 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  76
Scaling and Evolutionary Physiology
10:00  Great Hall East 76.6 MUñOZ-GARCIA, Agustí*; RO, Jennifer; BROWN, Johnnie C.; WILLIAMS, Joseph B.Sphingolipids in the stratum corneum and their relationship with cutaneous water loss in House sparrows, Passer domesticus, from arid and mesic environments 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  76
Scaling and Evolutionary Physiology
10:20  Great Hall East 76.7 WILLIAMS, J. B.*; OSTROWSKI, S.Heterothermy of free-living Arabian sand gazelles (Gazella subgutturosa marica) in a desert environment 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  76
Scaling and Evolutionary Physiology
10:40  Great Hall East 76.8 AGUILAR-ROCA, Nancy M.*; MOORE, Francisco B. -G.; SCHLUMBOHM, Jason P.; BENNETT, Albert F.Methionine biosynthesis limits adaptation to high temperature in Escherichia coli 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  76
Scaling and Evolutionary Physiology
11:00  Great Hall East 76.9 TRACY, Christopher R.*; CHRISTIAN, Keith A.; BETTS, Greg; TRACY, C. RichardInteractions between water balance, temperature regulation and arboreality in frogs 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  76
Scaling and Evolutionary Physiology
11:20  Great Hall East 76.10 KLOK, CJ*; KAISER, A; MCKINLEY, B; RASCON , B; HENRY, J; LEE, WK; SOCHA, J; HARRISON, JFPlastic and evolutionary responses of body size and tracheal dimensions to atmospheric oxygen concentration in fruitflies 
  Sunday, Jan. 8  76
Scaling and Evolutionary Physiology
11:40  Great Hall East 76.11 HUGHES, Bradley/S. *; CULLUM, Alistair/J.; BENNETT, Albert/F.Experimental Evolutionary Adaptation to Environmental pH in the bacterium  


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