• Click on title to view abstract (opens separate browser window)

  • Clicking on session numbers will show all presentations of that session

[back to search]

  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S1-5
Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel
Biomechanics
13:00  101AB S1-5.1 WESTNEAT, M. W.Role Models Play in Biomechanics 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S1-5
Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel
Biomechanics
13:15  101AB S1-5.2 STROTHER, J.A.The effects of morphology on gill ventilation 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S1-5
Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel
Biomechanics
13:30  101AB S1-5.3 HUMPHRIES, StuartThe allometry of suspension feeding 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S1-5
Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel
Biomechanics
13:45  101AB S1-5.4 DENNY, MWFacing Up to the Reynolds Rap: Foiling Faux Pas in Formulation Fouling Forces 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S1-5
Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel
Biomechanics
14:00  101AB S1-5.5 HALE, ME*; WATERS, JS; LEE, WK; SOCHA, JJ; FEZZAA, K; WESTNEAT, MWDrawing inspiration from insect breathing and heaving conventional wisdom: Convective tracheal and air sac mechanisms in Drosophila visualized with x-ray imaging. 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S1-5
Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel
Biomechanics
14:15  101AB S1-5.6 ELLERS, OFlow, temperature and the speed of life 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S1-5
Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel
Biomechanics
14:30  101AB S1-5.7 LEIDERMAN, K.M.*; MILLER, L.A.; FOGELSON, A.L.Endothelial Mechanotransduction: Let's Sugarcoat It! 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S1-5
Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel
Biomechanics
14:45  101AB S1-5.8 MILLER, L. A.To make a valve you have to put your heart into it 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S1-5
Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel
Biomechanics
15:00  101AB S1-5.9 BIEWENER, A.A.Unraveling the Link between Muscle Activation Timing and Force 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Recent Developments in Neurobiology - A Tribute to Professor Douglas G. Stuart
08:00  101C S7-1.1.1 SATTERLIE, RichardChanging Speeds in a Central Pattern Generator 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Recent Developments in Neurobiology - A Tribute to Professor Douglas G. Stuart
08:00  101C S7-1.1.2 PIRTLE, T.J.*; SATTERLIE, R.A.The Ionic Mechanism Underlying Postinhibitory Rebound in Clione limacina Swim Interneurons 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Recent Developments in Neurobiology - A Tribute to Professor Douglas G. Stuart
09:00  101C S7-1.2.1 PEARSON, K.G.*; MCVEA, D.A.Short- and long-term adaptation of the motor pattern for walking 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Recent Developments in Neurobiology - A Tribute to Professor Douglas G. Stuart
09:00  101C S7-1.2.2 MCVEA, DA*; PEARSON, KGObstacle avoidance during walking 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Recent Developments in Neurobiology - A Tribute to Professor Douglas G. Stuart
10:20  101C S7-1.3.1 DUCH, CarstenForm and Function of Identified Insect Motoneurons 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Recent Developments in Neurobiology - A Tribute to Professor Douglas G. Stuart
11:20  101C S7-1.4.1 ENOKA, R.M.*; BARRY, B.K.The Neurobiology of Muscle Fatigue: 15 Years Later 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Recent Developments in Neurobiology - A Tribute to Professor Douglas G. Stuart
11:20  101C S7-1.4.2 BARRY, BK*; ENOKA, RMAn Inhibitory Spinal Reflex Between Elbow Flexor Synergists 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S7-2
Recent Developments in Neurobiology - A Tribute to Professor Douglas G. Stuart
13:00  101C S7-2.1.1 PROCHAZKA, A.*; YAKOVENKO, S.GENERAL PROPERTIES OF LOCOMOTOR CONTROL SYSTEMS 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S7-2
Recent Developments in Neurobiology - A Tribute to Professor Douglas G. Stuart
14:00  101C S7-2.2 STUART, D.G.Reflections on integrative and comparative approaches in movement neuroscience 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
08:00  104AB S8-1.1 VINCENT, S.E.*; HERREL, AFunctional and ecological correlates of ecologically-based dimorphisms in squamate reptiles 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
08:30  104AB S8-1.2 LAILVAUX, SSex differences in locomotor performance and thermoregulation in reptiles: behavioral and ecological implications 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
09:00  104AB S8-1.3 VANHOOYDONCK, Bieke*; HERREL, Anthony; IRSCHICK, Duncan JEvolution of sexual dimorphism in habitat use and escape behaviour in Anolis lizards. 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
09:30  104AB S8-1.4 HUYGHE, Katleen*; VANHOOYDONCK, Bieke; HERREL, Anthony; VAN DAMME, RaoulColour polymorphism without ecological niche divergence in the lacertid lizard Podarcis melisellensis 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
10:30  104AB S8-1.5 BADYAEV, AlexanderOrigin and evolution of novel phenotypes: From environmental induction to genetic inheritance in color displays 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
11:00  104AB S8-1.6 YOUNG, Rebecca L*; BADYAEV, Alexander VDevelopmental evolution of BMPs: from postnatal epigenetic remodeling to adaptive genetic divergence 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
11:30  104AB S8-1.7 RUCKSTUHL, KESexual segregation in ungulates: proximate and ultimate causes 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S8-2
Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
13:00  104AB S8-2.1 JOHN-ALDER, H.B.*; COX, R.M.; TAYLOR, E.N.Proximate Developmental Mediators of Sexual Size Dimorphism: Case Studies from Squamate Reptiles 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S8-2
Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
13:30  104AB S8-2.2 BUTLER, MAAdaptation, sexual dimorphism, and ecolomorphological diversity in Caribbean Anolis lizards 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S8-2
Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
14:00  104AB S8-2.3 SCALES, J.A.*; BUTLER, M.A.Acceleration and power output in gravid green iguanas 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S9-1
The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
08:00  105AB S9-1.1 WILGA, C.D*; MOTTA, P.J.; SANFORD, C.P.Feeding Mechanisms in Cartilaginous Fishes 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S9-1
The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
08:30  105AB S9-1.2 DEAN, M.N.*; SUMMERS, A.P.Cranial design and feeding mechanisms of batoid fishes 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S9-1
The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
09:00  105AB S9-1.3 HIGHAM, T.E.Swimming, running and flying: the evolution of locomotion during prey capture 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S9-1
The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
09:30  105AB S9-1.4 WAINWRIGHT, P.C.Suction feeding mechanics and diversity in fishes 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S9-1
The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
10:30  105AB S9-1.5 DEBAN, S.M.Evolution of feeding mechanics in amphibians 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S9-1
The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
11:00  105AB S9-1.6 HERREL, A.*; SCHAERLAEKEN, V.; MEYERS, J.J.; METZGER, K.A.; ROSS, C.F.The evolution of cranial design and performance in lepidosaurians: consequences of skull bone reduction on feeding behavior. 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S9-1
The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
11:30  105AB S9-1.7 KLEY, N.J.*; MEHTA, R.S.Feeding mechanisms in snakes 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S9-2
The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
13:00  105AB S9-2.1 RUBEGA, M.A.Feeding mechanisms in birds 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S9-2
The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
13:30  105AB S9-2.2 ROSS, C.F.*; ECKHARDT, A.; HERREL, A.; METZGER, K.; SCHAERLAEKEN, V.; WASHINGTON, R.; WILLIAMS, H.The evolution of modulation of amniote chewing 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S9-2
The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
14:00  105AB S9-2.3 DUMONT, E.R.The evolution of feeding mechanisms in bats: Balancing the costs of morphology and flight 
  Saturday, Jan. 6  S9-2
The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
14:30  105AB S9-2.4 VAN VALKENBURGH, BlaireEvolution of Feeding Morphologies in the Carnivora 


Use this button to add checked items to your personal schedule

What's a personal schedule? Click here for help