SICB 2007 Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, Jan. 5-9, 2007

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List of Sessions


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Symposia

S1-1Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel: Marine Biomechanics
S1-2Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel: Hydrodynamics
S1-3Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel: Terrestrial Biomechanics
S1-4Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel: Aerodynamics
S1-5Symposium Honoring Dr. Steven Vogel: Biomechanics
S2-1Linking Genes and Morphology in Vertebrates
S2-2Linking Genes and Morphology in Vertebrates
S3-1Integrative Biology of Pelagic Invertebrates
S3-2Integrative Biology of Pelagic Invertebrates
S4-1Ecology and Evolution of Disease Dynamics
S4-2Ecology and Evolution of Disease Dynamics
S5Key Transitions in Animal Evolution
S6-1Evolutionary and Functional Genomics of Sperm, Sperm Storage and Fertilization
S6-2Evolutionary and Functional Genomics of Sperm, Sperm Storage and Fertilization
S7-1Recent Developments in Neurobiology - A Tribute to Professor Douglas G. Stuart
S7-2Recent Developments in Neurobiology - A Tribute to Professor Douglas G. Stuart
S8-1Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
S8-2Ecological Dimorphisms in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes
S9-1The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
S9-2The Evolution of Feeding Mechanisms in Vertebrates
S10Frontiers in Learning and Teaching Integrative and Comparative Biology: The SICB Digital Library


Contributed Oral Presentations

PLEPlenary Lecture
BERNHoward Bern Lecture
BARTGeorge A. Bartholomew Award Lecture
1Phylogenetics and Systematics
2Hormones, Growth, and Sexual Differentiation
3Sensory Biology I/II
4Population Biology: Adaptation
5Population Biology: Speciation
6Water Balance and Transport
7Ecology and Environmental Biology: Community Ecology
8Terrestrial Locomotor Mechanics I
9Feeding Mechanics I
10Complementary to Key Transitions in Animal Evolution Symposium: Early Metazoans
11Hormones and Metabolism
12Sensory Ecology and Signals
13Evolution and Development I
14Cardiac Function
15Ecology and Environmental Biology: Population Ecology
16Ecology and Environmental Biology: Biogeography and Phylogenetics
17Terrestrial Locomotor Mechanics II
18Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium: Fishes
19Behavioral Ecology
20Hormones, Brain, and Behavior
21Evolutionary Physiology I: Hot and Heavy Breathing
22Evolutionary Physiology I: Metabolism
23Neurobiology
24Neurobiology: Sensory Biology II
25Biomechanics: Materials and Structures
26Evolutionary Morphology I: Functional
27Evolutionary Morphology II: Jaws and Genitalia
28Phylogeography
29Reproductive Physiology
30Complementary to Evolution of Feeding Symposium: Kinematics
31Stress I
32Evolutionary Physiology II: Energetics and Hormones
33Reproductive Behavior
34Complementary to Key Transitions in Animal Evolution Symposium: Physiology and Anatomy
35Evo Devo and Morphogenesis
36Evolutionary Morphology III: Character Evolution
37Development: Metamorphosis and Phenotypic Variation
38Energetics and Metabolism
39Evolutionary and Ecological Biomechanics
40Complementary to Linking Genes and Morphology Symposium
41Outreach, Education and Policy
42Muscle Function: Physiology
43Muscle Function: Performance
44Pollution and Endocrine Disruption
45Signal Evolution
46Mechanisms of Avian Behavior
47Stress II
48Thermoregulation
49Ecology and Environmental Biology: Larval Ecology
50Defensive, Neural and Locomotor Morphology
51Symbiosis
52Phenotypic Plasticity
53Physiology and Genetics
54Muscle Function: Evolution
55Honest Signalling
56Evolution and Development: Evo/Devo II
57Environmental Effects on Locomotion
58Organ Size and Function
59Evolutionary Morphology and Paleobiology
60Sensory Biology IV
61Predation and Predatory Avoidance
62Complex Behavior
63Life History
64Sexual Selection
65Respiration and Gas Exchange
66Physiological Plasticity of Reptiles
67Diet
68Ecology and Environmental Biology: Biophysical and Physiological Ecology
69Swimming and Flying Mechanics
70Feeding Mechanics II
71Morphology: Ontogeny and Growth


Contributed Poster Presentations

P1Poster Session 1
P2Poster Session 2
P3Poster Session 3
PLEPlenary Lecture