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  Friday, Jan. 5  18
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Fishes
08:00  102A 18.1 RAMSAY, J.B.*; WILGA, C.D.Hyoid mechanics and muscle function during feeding in white-spotted bamboo sharks, Chiloscyllium plagiosum. 
  Friday, Jan. 5  18
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Fishes
08:20  102A 18.2 KONOW, N*; SANFORD, CPJCongruent patterns of muscle activity and kinematics in modulation of a novel feeding mechanism in fishes 
  Friday, Jan. 5  18
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Fishes
08:40  102A 18.3 MEHTA, R.S*; WAINWRIGHT, P.C.Eating big: Innovation in the moray eel feeding mechanism 
  Friday, Jan. 5  18
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Fishes
09:00  102A 18.4 VAN WASSENBERGH, S.*; HERREL, A.; ADRIAENS, D.; AERTS, P.Does biting performance trades off with suction feeding performance in clariid catfish? 
  Friday, Jan. 5  18
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Fishes
09:20  102A 18.5 HOLZMAN, R*; DAY, SW; HIGHAM, TE; WAINWRIGHT, PCIt’s all in the timing: forces exerted on prey during suction feeding in Bluegill 
  Friday, Jan. 5  18
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Fishes
09:40  102A 18.6 HULSEY, CD*; ROBERTS, R; STREELMAN, JTCichlid Pectoral Fins: Is there a Link Between Locomotion and Feeding? 
  Friday, Jan. 5  19
Behavioral Ecology
10:20  102A 19.1 HILL, PSM*; SHADLEY, JRVariation in Gryllotalpa major burrow mouths: Why bother? 
  Friday, Jan. 5  19
Behavioral Ecology
10:40  102A 19.2 FERRER, R. P.*; ZIMMER, R. K.The consequences of olfaction for predation in a natural stream habitat 
  Friday, Jan. 5  19
Behavioral Ecology
11:00  102A 19.3 BERGSTROM, MA*; MENSINGER, AFA comparative study of sensory physiology and competitive interactions of the invasive round goby with three native species: slimy sculpin, spoonhead sculpin, and logperch 
  Friday, Jan. 5  19
Behavioral Ecology
11:20  102A 19.4 SEARS, Michael W.Proceed with caution: invalidating tests of the cost-benefit model of thermoregulation with spatially-explicit movement simulations 
  Friday, Jan. 5  19
Behavioral Ecology
11:40  102A 19.5 DAVIS, J.R.**; DENARDO, D.F.The effect of hydration state on activity in a free-ranging Sonoran Desert lizard, the Gila Monster, Heloderma suspectum. 
  Friday, Jan. 5  20
Hormones, Brain, and Behavior
08:00  102B 20.1 KNAPP, R.*; NEFF, B.D.; LEARY, C.J.Patterns of spermatogenesis and steroid hormone levels differ among reproductive phenotypes in bluegill sunfish 
  Friday, Jan. 5  20
Hormones, Brain, and Behavior
08:20  102B 20.2 HAU, M*; BEEBE, K; CANOINE, V; SCHLINGER, BASeasonal variation in the endocrine regulation of aggressive behavior in a sedentary tropical bird 
  Friday, Jan. 5  20
Hormones, Brain, and Behavior
08:40  102B 20.3 HAHN, TP*; CORNELIUS, JM; KELSEY, TRSeasonal components of the reproductive schedules of North American crossbills (Loxia sp.). 
  Friday, Jan. 5  20
Hormones, Brain, and Behavior
09:00  102B 20.4 PERFITO, N.*; UBUKA, T.; ZANN, R.A.; HAU, M.; BENTLEY, G.E.Opportunism at work: regulation of the reproductive axis in wild populations of zebra finches. 
  Friday, Jan. 5  20
Hormones, Brain, and Behavior
09:20  102B 20.5 KAVANAUGH, S.I.*; SOWER, S.A.Isolation of a cDNA encoding a third form of Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone from the Sea Lamprey Petromyzon marinus 
  Friday, Jan. 5  20
Hormones, Brain, and Behavior
09:40  102B 20.6 STRAND, C.R.*; DEVICHE, P.Temporal effects of testosterone treatment on song control region growth in adult male House Finches 
  Friday, Jan. 5  20
Hormones, Brain, and Behavior
10:20  102B 20.7 CHAKRABORTY, M**; BURMEISTER, S. SEstradiol induces female receptivity to conspecific calls in the túngara frog 
  Friday, Jan. 5  20
Hormones, Brain, and Behavior
10:40  102B 20.8 ADDIS, E. A.*; BUSCH, D. S.; CLARK, A. D.; WINGFIELD, J. C.Seasonal social modulation of testosterone in the Costa Rican rufous-collared sparrow (Zonotrichia capensis costaricensis)  
  Friday, Jan. 5  20
Hormones, Brain, and Behavior
11:00  102B 20.9 DAVIS, J.E.*; ADDIS, E.A.; O\'BRIEN, S.; WINGFIELD, J.C.Range Expansion and Neuroendocrine Modulation in Puget Sound White-Crowned Sparrows (Zonotrichia leucophrys gambelii)  
  Friday, Jan. 5  20
Hormones, Brain, and Behavior
11:20  102B 20.10 O\'BRIEN, S.*; BENTLEY, G. E.; TSUTSUI, K.; WINGFIELD, J. C.Neuroendocrine regulation of breeding in white-crowned sparrows (Zonotrichia leucophrys) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  21
Evolutionary Physiology I
Hot and Heavy Breathing
08:00  102C 21.1 DILLON, M. E.*; CONG, G.; DUDLEY, R.Bumblebee flight kinematics under natural and experimental variations in air pressure 
  Friday, Jan. 5  21
Evolutionary Physiology I
Hot and Heavy Breathing
08:20  102C 21.2 VANDEN BROOKS, J. M.New Insights into Phanerozoic Oxygen Levels and their Impact on Evolution 
  Friday, Jan. 5  21
Evolutionary Physiology I
Hot and Heavy Breathing
08:40  102C 21.3 KLOK, C.J.*; KAISER, A.; LEE, W.H.; SOCHA, J.J.; HARRISON, J.F.Single- and multi-generational effects of atmospheric oxygen level on body size and tracheal dimensions in Drosophila melanogaster 
  Friday, Jan. 5  21
Evolutionary Physiology I
Hot and Heavy Breathing
09:00  102C 21.4 MCMILLAN, D.M.*; ADOLPH, S.C.; IRSCHICK, D.J.Does the thermal tolerance of the Western Fence Lizard change with air temperature? 
  Friday, Jan. 5  21
Evolutionary Physiology I
Hot and Heavy Breathing
09:20  102C 21.6 FRAZIER, M.R.**; HUEY, R.B.; BERRIGAN, D.Hotter is Better: Thermodynamics Constrains the Evolution of Insect Population Growth Rates 
  Friday, Jan. 5  22
Evolutionary Physiology I
Metabolism
10:20  102C 22.1 RICHARDSON, C.S.*; WIDMAIER, E.P.; MARSH, R.L.; KUNZ, T.H.Macro vs. Micro-Geographic Variation in Metabolism and Hormone Correlates in the Big Brown Bat ( Eptesicus fucus ) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  22
Evolutionary Physiology I
Metabolism
10:40  102C 22.2 MCCOY, M. W.*; GILLOOLY, J. F.; ALLEN, A. P.Metabolic rate governs rates of genotypic and phenotypic evolution 
  Friday, Jan. 5  22
Evolutionary Physiology I
Metabolism
11:00  102C 22.3 MUñOZ-GARCIA, Agustí*; COX, Robert M.; WILLIAMS, Joseph B.Phenotypic flexibility in cutaneous water loss and lipids of the stratum corneum in House sparrows (Passer domesticus) following acclimation to high and low humidity 
  Friday, Jan. 5  22
Evolutionary Physiology I
Metabolism
11:20  102C 22.4 BRZEK, P.*; KSIAZEK, A.; KONARZEWSKI, M.Effect of food restriction on ageing in laboratory mice (Mus musculus) selected for high and low basal metabolic rate (BMR) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  22
Evolutionary Physiology I
Metabolism
11:40  102C 22.5 KSIAZEK, A.*; KONARZEWSKI, M.; CZERNIECKI, J.Reserve capacities of internal organs in laboratory mice divergently selected for basal metabolic rate (BMR) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  23
Neurobiology
08:00  103B 23.1 TYTELL, E.D.*; COHEN, A.H.Variation in entrainment of fictive swimming in lampreys due to bending stimuli at successive longitudinal positions 
  Friday, Jan. 5  23
Neurobiology
08:20  103B 23.2 YAKOVENKO, Sergiy*; PROCHAZKA, ArthurIntegration of the pattern generation and multiple feedback pathways for the control of locomotion. A neuromusculoskeletal model.  
  Friday, Jan. 5  23
Neurobiology
08:40  103B 23.3 LIAO, James C.In vivo activity of zebrafish inhibitory spinal interneurons across behaviours 
  Friday, Jan. 5  23
Neurobiology
09:00  103B 23.4 GRASSO, Frank W.Sucker-Arm Coordination in Octopus During Grasping and Manipulation of Objects 
  Friday, Jan. 5  23
Neurobiology
09:20  103B 23.5 MCPHERSON, D.R.Anterior cluster serotonergic neurons in the cerebropleural complex of Melibe leonina and their effects on other neurons 
  Friday, Jan. 5  24
Neurobiology
Sensory Biology II
10:20  103B 24.2 REISENMAN, CE*; RIFFELL, JA; HILDEBRAND, JGImportance of odorant chirality in an insect-plant interaction 
  Friday, Jan. 5  24
Neurobiology
Sensory Biology II
10:40  103B 24.3 RIFFELL, J.A.*; CHRISTENSEN, T.A.; HILDEBRAND, J.G.Encoding navigational flight behavior to odors in the antennal lobe of Manduca sexta 
  Friday, Jan. 5  24
Neurobiology
Sensory Biology II
11:00  103B 24.4 JACKSON, Jennifer L*; DICKMAN, Brian D; WEISSBURG, Marc J; WEBSTER, Donald RThree-Dimensional Concentration Measurements Around Actively Tracking Blue Crabs 
  Friday, Jan. 5  24
Neurobiology
Sensory Biology II
11:20  103B 24.5 HUANG, H.-D.*; JENG, M.-S.The chemically-mediated orientation and feeding behaviors by the hydrothermal vent crabs Xenograpsus testudinatus—What makes them swarm in such high densities? 
  Friday, Jan. 5  24
Neurobiology
Sensory Biology II
11:40  103B 24.6 MILLER-SIMS, V*; ATEMA , J; GERLACH, G; KINGSFORD, MJOlfactory imprinting in coral reef fish 
  Friday, Jan. 5  25
Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
08:00  105C 25.1 SIMKINS, D.C.*; WHITENACK, L.B.; MOTTA, P.J.A New Engineering Tool for “What-If” Finite Element Analysis In Biology 
  Friday, Jan. 5  25
Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
08:20  105C 25.2 FARKE, A.A.Finite element modeling of head butting in the goat (Capra hircus) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  25
Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
08:40  105C 25.3 WHITENACK, L.B.*; SIMKINS, D.C.; MOTTA, P.J.Biology Meets Engineering: Finite Element Analysis of Selachian Teeth 
  Friday, Jan. 5  25
Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
09:00  105C 25.4 ANDERSON, Philip S. L.The Effect of Blade Design on Fracture Toughness in Biological Materials 
  Friday, Jan. 5  25
Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
09:20  105C 25.5 MIDDLETON, K.M.*; GARLAND, T., Jr.; GOLDSTEIN, B.D.; GUDURU, P.R.; KELLY, S.A.; SWARTZ, S.M.Within-bone Variation in Stiffness Measured by Nanoindentation in High-running Mice 
  Friday, Jan. 5  25
Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
09:40  105C 25.6 COMBIE, K*; ENGEL, G; KOOB, T; LONG, JThe Cellular-Hydrostat Network Model of the Notochord of the Atlantic hagfish, Myxine glutinosa 
  Friday, Jan. 5  25
Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
10:20  105C 25.7 PORTER, ME*; KOOB, TJStructural properties of shark vertebrae: the functional contribution of mineral in mineralized cartilage  
  Friday, Jan. 5  25
Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
10:40  105C 25.8 BANTILAN, K*; COMBIE, K; SCHAEFER, J; PRINGLE, D; LONG, J; KOOB, JBuilding Biomimetic Backbones: Modeling Axial Skeleton Morphospace 
  Friday, Jan. 5  25
Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
11:00  105C 25.9 SZARKO, M.J.**; BERTRAM, J.E.A.Freeze-Thaw Treatment Alters Articular Cartilage Dynamic Behaviour 
  Friday, Jan. 5  25
Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
11:20  105C 25.10 HARPER, C/J*; MCLELLAN, W/A; ROMMEL, S/A; DILLAMAN, R/M; GAY, D/M; PABST, D/AThe Gross Morphology and Fiber Architecture of the Melon in Bottlenose Dolphins, Tursiops truncatus 
  Friday, Jan. 5  25
Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
11:40  105C 25.11 SMITH, A.M.*; WERNEKE, S.W.; SWANN, C.; FARQUHARSON, L.A.; HAMILTON, K.S.Gluing with an iron fist: crosslinking in molluscan adhesive gels 
  Friday, Jan. 5  26
Evolutionary Morphology I
Functional
08:00  106A 26.1 GARTNER, G.E.A.*; HICKS, J.W.; MANZANI, P.R.; ANDRADE, D.; GARLAND, T.Predictors of heart position in snakes 
  Friday, Jan. 5  26
Evolutionary Morphology I
Functional
08:20  106A 26.2 GIFFORD, M.E.*; MAHLER, D.L.; HERREL, A.Repeated evolution of morphology, performance, and behavior in Hispaniolan lizards: a population-level analysis 
  Friday, Jan. 5  26
Evolutionary Morphology I
Functional
08:40  106A 26.3 VINCENT, S.E.*; HASEGAWA, M.; MORI, A.Ecomorphological diversification among snake populations on the Izu islands  
  Friday, Jan. 5  26
Evolutionary Morphology I
Functional
09:00  106A 26.4 HANDELSMAN, C.A.*; NELSON, J.A.; CLAIREAUX, G.Do morphology and swimming performance predict ecological performance in wild and cultured European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax)?  
  Friday, Jan. 5  26
Evolutionary Morphology I
Functional
09:20  106A 26.5 SPEISER, D. I.*; SWEENEY, A. M.; JOHNSEN, SScallops respond to simulated particles in flow 
  Friday, Jan. 5  27
Evolutionary Morphology II
Jaws and Genitalia
10:00  106A 27.1 BRANDT, Y*; ANDRADE, MCBDo Tetragnatha spider jaws scale like genitalia or like armaments? 
  Friday, Jan. 5  27
Evolutionary Morphology II
Jaws and Genitalia
10:20  106A 27.2 HOCH, JMDevelopment and functional variation of barnacle penis morphology 
  Friday, Jan. 5  27
Evolutionary Morphology II
Jaws and Genitalia
10:40  106A 27.3 HIERONYMUS, TL*; WITMER, LMHow Dinosaurs Build Beaks: Homology Between Avian Rhamphotheca and Diapsid Facial Scales 
  Friday, Jan. 5  27
Evolutionary Morphology II
Jaws and Genitalia
11:00  106A 27.4 DOLCE, J.L.*; WILGA, C.D.Taxonomic Significance of Gill Slit Morphology in Extant Sharks 
  Friday, Jan. 5  27
Evolutionary Morphology II
Jaws and Genitalia
11:20  106A 27.5 WALSH, B.M.*; BERTA, A.B.Cranial ossification and growth patterns of balaenopteroid mysticetes 
  Friday, Jan. 5  28
Phylogeography
08:20  106B 28.2 HUNTER, Rebecca L.*; HALANYCH, Kenneth M.Phylogeography of Astrotoma agassizii from South American and Antarctic waters using mtDNA 
  Friday, Jan. 5  28
Phylogeography
08:40  106B 28.3 COX, L.N.*; MOOI, R.An atypical type taxon: Phylogenetics and biology of the echinid Echinoidea 
  Friday, Jan. 5  28
Phylogeography
09:00  106B 28.4 ARONOWSKY, A.*; ANDERSON, L.C.; HELLBERG, M.E.Redescription of the freshwater bivalve Guianadesma sinuosum and implications for the historical biogeography of northern South America 
  Friday, Jan. 5  28
Phylogeography
09:20  106B 28.5 MARKO, P.B.*; MORAN, A.L.Larval Mode and Species Accumulation in a Transisthmian Marine Bivalve 
  Friday, Jan. 5  28
Phylogeography
10:00  106B 28.6 JONES, CBSystematic Revision and Biogeography of North American Tortoises (Testudinidae:Gopherus) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  28
Phylogeography
10:20  106B 28.7 WHITTAKER, D.J.Evolution of gibbons: resolving the Hylobates phylogeny with multiple datasets 
  Friday, Jan. 5  28
Phylogeography
10:40  106B 28.8 TURNER, L.M.; WILSON, N.G.*Paraphyly across oceans: a molecular phylogeny of the family Chromodorididae (Gastropoda: Nudibranchia) using three molecular markers 
  Friday, Jan. 5  28
Phylogeography
11:00  106B 28.9 HART, M.W.**; SUNDAY, J.Things Fall Apart 
  Friday, Jan. 5  28
Phylogeography
11:20  106B 28.10 THACKER, R.W.Evolutionary Specialization of Sponge-Cyanobacteria Symbioses: Cospeciation vs. Colonization 
  Friday, Jan. 5  28
Phylogeography
11:40  106B 28.11 GUERRERO-FERREIRA, R.C.*; NISHIGUCHI, M.K.Identification of luminescent symbionts from the genera Uroteuthis, Loliolus, and Euprymna (Mollusca: Cephalopoda) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  29
Reproductive Physiology
08:00  106C 29.1 BARBOZA, P.S.*; PARKER, K.L.Timing of birth affects body protein dynamics of mothers in an arctic mammal 
  Friday, Jan. 5  29
Reproductive Physiology
08:20  106C 29.2 BLOMQUIST, C.H.*; ATKINSON, S.; BURKANOV, V.N.; GRACHEV, A.I.Activity of steroidogenic enzymes in ovary, corpus luteum and placenta of the ringed seal Phoca hispida 
  Friday, Jan. 5  29
Reproductive Physiology
08:40  106C 29.3 GREIVES, Timothy*; MASON, Alex; SCOTTI, Melissa-Ann; KETTERSON, Ellen; KRIEGSFELD, Lance; DEMAS, GregoryA role for kisspeptin in seasonal reproduction? 
  Friday, Jan. 5  29
Reproductive Physiology
09:00  106C 29.4 WALLACE, B.P.*; SOTHERLAND, P.R.; SANTIDRIAN TOMILLO, P; BOUCHARD, S.S.; REINA, R.D.; SPOTILA, J.R.; PALADINO, F.V.Egg components, egg size, and hatchling size in leatherback turtles Dermochelys coriacea 
  Friday, Jan. 5  29
Reproductive Physiology
09:20  106C 29.5 EGBERT, Jeremy R.*; SCHWABL, Hubert G.A novel experimental test of the relationship between plasma and yolk testosterone levels in the house sparrow 
  Friday, Jan. 5  29
Reproductive Physiology
10:00  106C 29.6 FRENCH, S. S.*; MCLEMORE, R.; VERNON, B.; JOHNSTON, G.I.H.; MOORE, M.C.Corticosterone modulation of reproductive and immune systems trade-offs in female tree lizards: Long-term corticosterone manipulations via injectable gelling material 
  Friday, Jan. 5  29
Reproductive Physiology
10:20  106C 29.7 SMALL, B.C.*; MURDOCK, C.A.Seasonal Pituitary mRNA Expression of Steroidogenic Factor-1 and a Splice-Variant during Ovarian Steroidogenesis and Development in Channel Catfish, Ictalurus punctatus 
  Friday, Jan. 5  29
Reproductive Physiology
10:40  106C 29.8 NEWBREY, J.L.**; REED, W.L.; FOSTER, S.P.; ZANDER, G.L.Intraclutch Variation in Carotenoid Concentrations in Yellow-headed Blackbird Eggs 
  Friday, Jan. 5  29
Reproductive Physiology
11:00  106C 29.9 TOOMEY, M.B.*; MCGRAW, K.J.Carotenoid pigments in the tissues of zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata): identity, distribution, and intercorrelations 
  Friday, Jan. 5  29
Reproductive Physiology
11:20  106C 29.10 OKAMOTO, Kazu*; FREAMAT, Mihael; SOWER, StaciaCharacterization of the Lamprey GnRH Receptor 
  Friday, Jan. 5  30
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Kinematics
13:00  102A 30.1 KONOW, N*; BELLWOOD, DR; WAINWRIGHT, PC; KERR, AMIntramandibular joints help coral reef fishes have a bite 
  Friday, Jan. 5  30
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Kinematics
13:20  102A 30.2 CARRENO, C.A.*; NISHIKAWA, K.C.Behavior and Morphology of Aquatic Feeding in Pipid Frogs 
  Friday, Jan. 5  30
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Kinematics
13:40  102A 30.3 SCHAERLAEKEN, V.*; HERREL, A.; ROSS, C.F.Functional consequences of the loss of the lower temporal bar: a comparative study of bite forces and feeding kinematics in lepidosaurians. 
  Friday, Jan. 5  30
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Kinematics
14:00  102A 30.4 STAYTON, C.T.A combined analysis of variation in skull shape and feeding kinematics in five turtle species 
  Friday, Jan. 5  30
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Kinematics
14:20  102A 30.5 DRUZINSKY, R.E.Feeding Mechanisms in Rodents 
  Friday, Jan. 5  30
Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium
Kinematics
14:40  102A 30.6 SMITH, Moya MBuilding divergent dentitions by regulation of tooth addition 
  Friday, Jan. 5  31
Stress I
13:00  102B 31.1 APPLEBAUM, Scott*; WILSON, Alex; NUNEZ, ScottOntogeny of the cortisol stress response and expression of CYP11B in larval red drum 
  Friday, Jan. 5  31
Stress I
13:20  102B 31.2 HAYWARD, L.S.*; WASSER, S.K.PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES OF DISTURBANCE RELATED TO VEHICLE EXPOSURE IN THE NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL 
  Friday, Jan. 5  31
Stress I
13:40  102B 31.3 PETES, L.E.**; MENGE, B.A.Carotenoids accumulated in intertidal mussels as a potential response to oxidative stress 
  Friday, Jan. 5  31
Stress I
14:00  102B 31.4 WU, L.*; CHU, K. H.Molecular Cloning and Expression of Heat Shock Protein 90 and Heat Shock Factor from the Shrimp Metapenaeus ensis 
  Friday, Jan. 5  31
Stress I
14:20  102B 31.5 CYR, N.E.*; ROMERO, L.M.Chronic stress alters the avian cardiovascular and glucocorticoid stress response 
  Friday, Jan. 5  31
Stress I
14:40  102B 31.6 WANG, Gang*; RICHARDSON, Matthew I.; MOORE, Ignacio T.; SOMA, Kiran K.; LI, Dong-Ming; LEI, Fu-Min; WINGFIELD, John C.Seasonal regulation of adrenocortical response to stress in two species of snowfinches on the Tibet Plateau 
  Friday, Jan. 5  32
Evolutionary Physiology II
Energetics and Hormones
13:00  102C 32.1 SZAFRANSKA, Paulina A.*; ZUB, Karol; KONARZEWSKI, Marek; SPEAKMAN, John R.Seasonal variation in Resting Metabolic Rates (RMR) and Daily Energy Expenditures (DEE) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  32
Evolutionary Physiology II
Energetics and Hormones
13:20  102C 32.2 ROBERT, K.A*; BRONIKOWSKI, A.MTesting the "free radical theory of aging" hypothesis: physiological differences in long lived and short lived Colubrid snakes 
  Friday, Jan. 5  32
Evolutionary Physiology II
Energetics and Hormones
13:40  102C 32.3 MALISCH, J.L.**; GOMES, F.; BREUNER, C.W.; GARLAND, JR., T.Circadian Pattern of Plasma Corticosterone and Binding Globulins in Mice Selectively Bred for High Activity Levels  
  Friday, Jan. 5  32
Evolutionary Physiology II
Energetics and Hormones
14:00  102C 32.4 COX, Robert M*; MUNOZ-GARCIA, Agusti; JURKOWITZ, Marianne; WILLIAMS, Joseph Bβ-Glucocerebrosidase activity in stratum corneum of House Sparrows following acclimation to high or low humidity 
  Friday, Jan. 5  32
Evolutionary Physiology II
Energetics and Hormones
14:20  102C 32.5 FRANK, T.M.Are there physiological differences between the photoreceptors of juvenile and adult ontogenetic migrators?  
  Friday, Jan. 5  32
Evolutionary Physiology II
Energetics and Hormones
14:40  102C 32.6 KHODABANDEH, Saber*; SHAHRIARI MOGHADDAM, Mohsen; ABTAHI, BehrozNa+,K+-ATPase immunolocalization, activity and gene expression in Mugil auratus fry gills: after acclimated to artificial salinities  
  Friday, Jan. 5  33
Reproductive Behavior
13:00  103B 33.1 PRZESLAWSKI, Rachel ADoes spawning behaviour minimize exposure to environmental stressors for encapsulated embryos on rocky shores? 
  Friday, Jan. 5  33
Reproductive Behavior
13:20  103B 33.2 OYARZUN, FX*; BRAVO, MJPlasticity in Brooding Time of a Species with Alternative Reproductive Modes  
  Friday, Jan. 5  33
Reproductive Behavior
13:40  103B 33.3 CROSHAW, Dean A.Fitness consequences of polyandrous mating for female marbled salamanders 
  Friday, Jan. 5  33
Reproductive Behavior
14:00  103B 33.4 KAR GUPTA, K*; KATTI, MSize Matters: Male mating tactics in a prosimian primate, slender loris Loris tardigradus 
  Friday, Jan. 5  33
Reproductive Behavior
14:20  103B 33.5 JOHNSON, M. A.Does territory defense confer a fitness advantage to males? A paternity study in the Caribbean lizard, Anolis cristatellus 
  Friday, Jan. 5  33
Reproductive Behavior
14:40  103B 33.6 SOCKMAN, K.W.*Growth and survival consequences of ovulation order among sibling Lincoln's sparrows 
  Friday, Jan. 5  34
Complementary to Key Transitions in Animal Evolution Symposium
Physiology and Anatomy
13:00  104AB 34.1 BRYAN, M.B.*; SCOTT, A.P.; LI, W.An androgen-receptor signaling system found in the sea lamprey, Petromyzon marinus 
  Friday, Jan. 5  34
Complementary to Key Transitions in Animal Evolution Symposium
Physiology and Anatomy
13:20  104AB 34.2 PAPASANI, MR*; HALTERMAN, K; HILL, RADefining the promoter region of a second insulin gene in zebrafish 
  Friday, Jan. 5  34
Complementary to Key Transitions in Animal Evolution Symposium
Physiology and Anatomy
13:40  104AB 34.3 CAMPBELL, Terry/G*; GAREY, James/RAnalysis of Glycerol 3-Phosphate Dehydrogenase and Sarco/Endoplasmic Reticulum Calcium Ion Channel ATPase for Potential Use in Deep Metazoan Phylogeny 
  Friday, Jan. 5  34
Complementary to Key Transitions in Animal Evolution Symposium
Physiology and Anatomy
14:00  104AB 34.4 PADIAN, KevinLessons Learned from the “Intelligent Design” Trial 
  Friday, Jan. 5  34
Complementary to Key Transitions in Animal Evolution Symposium
Physiology and Anatomy
14:20  104AB 34.5 MCCAULEY, D.W.SoxE genes in development and evolution of the pharynx 
  Friday, Jan. 5  34
Complementary to Key Transitions in Animal Evolution Symposium
Physiology and Anatomy
14:40  104AB 34.6 LANDRY, S.O.Mechanical and Bird Flight. 
  Friday, Jan. 5  35
Evo Devo and Morphogenesis
13:00  105C 35.1 DUBUC, Timothy RRegeneration in benthic ctenophores (Platyctenida) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  35
Evo Devo and Morphogenesis
13:20  105C 35.2 HARTENSTEIN, Volker*; YUAN, David; NAKANISHI, Nagayasu; JACOBS, David K.Embryogenesis and metamorphosis of Aurelia aurita  
  Friday, Jan. 5  35
Evo Devo and Morphogenesis
13:40  105C 35.3 SHERRARD, K. M.Invagination of ascidian endoderm is preceded by apical contraction, but driven by active shortening of cells  
  Friday, Jan. 5  35
Evo Devo and Morphogenesis
14:00  105C 35.4 TIBBETS, T. M.*; WHEELESS, L. A.Trophic enrichment without change in diet: An ontogenetic shift in &delta15N during insect metamorphosis 
  Friday, Jan. 5  35
Evo Devo and Morphogenesis
14:20  105C 35.5 ZELLER, Robert W.Peripheral nervous system development in the ascidian Ciona intestinalis 
  Friday, Jan. 5  36
Evolutionary Morphology III
Character Evolution
13:00  106A 36.1 ALFARO, ME*; COLLAR, DC; WAINWRIGHT, PCUbiquity of many-to-one mapping in functional traits: examples and evolutionary implications 
  Friday, Jan. 5  36
Evolutionary Morphology III
Character Evolution
13:20  106A 36.2 BERGMANN, PJ*; MEYERS, JJ; IRSCKICK, DJEvolving to be short and stubby – orthogenesis and grades of evolution in body plan in lizards. 
  Friday, Jan. 5  36
Evolutionary Morphology III
Character Evolution
13:40  106A 36.3 LONGRICH, NicholasStructure and function of hind limb feathers in Archaeopteryx lithographica 
  Friday, Jan. 5  36
Evolutionary Morphology III
Character Evolution
14:00  106A 36.4 COLLAR, DAVID CDiscordance between mechanical and morphological diversity in the suction feeding mechanism of centrarchid fishes 
  Friday, Jan. 5  36
Evolutionary Morphology III
Character Evolution
14:20  106A 36.5 IDE, C.*; DE PUYSSELEIR, J.; HUYSENTRUYT, F.; GEERINCKX, T.; ADRIAENS, D.Non-algae scraping vs algae scraping, comparison between Synodontis and Atopochilus (Siluriformes: Mochokidae) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  36
Evolutionary Morphology III
Character Evolution
14:40  106A 36.6 MCBRAYER, LD*; CORBIN, CE; STAYTON, CTCovariation between morphological and behavioral evolution in lizards 
  Friday, Jan. 5  37
Development: Metamorphosis and Phenotypic Variation
13:00  106B 37.1 BUCHHOLZ, D.R.Diverse responses with identical genes: Identification of a core set of thyroid hormone-induced genes across tissues during frog metamorphosis 
  Friday, Jan. 5  37
Development: Metamorphosis and Phenotypic Variation
13:20  106B 37.2 INFANTE, C.R.Metamorphic remodeling and the evolution of larval morphology in the carnivorous tadpole Lepidobatrachus laevis 
  Friday, Jan. 5  37
Development: Metamorphosis and Phenotypic Variation
13:40  106B 37.3 MENON, JAISHRI/G*; CHRIST, MICHELLE; GARDNER, EILEENOXIDATIVE STRESS & INTESTINAL REMODELING DURING AMPHIBIAN METAMORPHOSIS: A BALANCING ACT!  
  Friday, Jan. 5  37
Development: Metamorphosis and Phenotypic Variation
14:00  106B 37.4 BABBITT, G.A.Stress, stability and size: capturing process variation in the development of multicellular organisms 
  Friday, Jan. 5  37
Development: Metamorphosis and Phenotypic Variation
14:20  106B 37.5 GERVASI, S.S.Pond desiccation rate affects immune system responsiveness in a temporary pond breeding amphibian, the wood frog (Rana sylvatica) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  37
Development: Metamorphosis and Phenotypic Variation
14:40  106B 37.6 GIBB, A. C.*; FERRY-GRAHAM, L. A.Life history strategy affects escape performance of endangered Colorado River fish species 
  Friday, Jan. 5  38
Energetics and Metabolism
13:00  106C 38.1 MCWILLIAMS, S.R.*; BAUCHINGER, U.; KEIL, J.; STARCK, J.M.Faster with use: exercise affects turnover rate of carbon isotopes in some but not all organs 
  Friday, Jan. 5  38
Energetics and Metabolism
13:20  106C 38.2 MARTINEZ DEL RIO, C.*; SABAT, P.Neutrons, Niches, and Adaptive Radiation in Cinclodes Ovenbirds 
  Friday, Jan. 5  38
Energetics and Metabolism
13:40  106C 38.3 MARKLEY, J.S.*; CARRIER, D.R.Ventilation is metabolically expensive in resting and running guinea fowl 
  Friday, Jan. 5  38
Energetics and Metabolism
14:00  106C 38.4 HENRY, J.R.*; HARRISON, J.F.Does body size affect the safety margin for oxygen delivery in flying dragonflies? 
  Friday, Jan. 5  38
Energetics and Metabolism
14:20  106C 38.5 GRAYSON, Dina L.*; HARRISON, Jon F.; FEWELL, Jennifer H.Why do Africanized honey bees have higher metabolic capacities than Europeans? 
  Friday, Jan. 5  38
Energetics and Metabolism
14:40  106C 38.6 IRWIN, J.T.*; DIDRICKSEN, D.J.; REILLY, B.W.; ABRAHAMSON, W.G.A climate-based model of winter energy consumption to examine the southern range limit of the goldenrod gall fly (Eurosta solidaginis) on late goldenrod (Solidago gigantea) 
  Friday, Jan. 5  BERN
Howard Bern Lecture
18:30  101 A/B BERN.1 SHERWOOD, NMThe Endocrine System just before the Backbone: Genomics of the Spineless 


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