SICB 2008 Meeting, San Antonio, TX, Jan. 2-6, 2008

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S1-1
Reptile Genomics and Evolutionary Genetics
08:00  201 S1-1.1 CHOJNOWSKI, JL*; BRAUN, ELCandidate genes in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S1-1
Reptile Genomics and Evolutionary Genetics
08:30  201 S1-1.2 GLENN, Travis C.*; JONES, Kenneth L.; SAWYER, Roger H.; GREENWOLD, Matthew J.; CRAWFORD, Nicholas G.Challenges and opportunities in comparative reptilian genomics 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S1-1
Reptile Genomics and Evolutionary Genetics
09:00  201 S1-1.3 KOHNO, Satomi*; KATSU, Yoshinao; IGUCHI, Taisen; GUILLETTE, Louis J JrThe Functional Evolution of Steroid Hormone Receptors: Insights from Reptiles 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S1-1
Reptile Genomics and Evolutionary Genetics
10:00  201 S1-1.4 JANES, D.E.*; EDWARDS, S.V.Comparative expression and genomic organization of sex-differentiating genes in a bird and a reptile 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S1-1
Reptile Genomics and Evolutionary Genetics
10:30  201 S1-1.5 ELF, PMaternally derived yolk steroid hormones in TSD reptiles: A comparison among species and their possible roles in embryonic development 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S1-1
Reptile Genomics and Evolutionary Genetics
11:00  201 S1-1.6 OLMO, EttoreRate of chromosome changes and speciation in reptiles 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S1-1
Reptile Genomics and Evolutionary Genetics
11:30  201 S1-1.7 ORGAN, Chris*; EDWARDS, ScottGenome Architecture and Diversity in Reptiles 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S1-2
Reptile Genomics and Evolutionary Genetics
13:00  201 S1-2.1 SCHNEIDER, ChristopherExploiting Genomic Resources in Studies of Speciation and Adaptive Radiation of Anolis Lizards. 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S1-2
Reptile Genomics and Evolutionary Genetics
13:30  201 S1-2.2 BERMUDEZ, DS*; GUILLETTE, LJThe Thyroid-Gonad axis: Insights on a novel mechanism of communication in the American Alligator 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S1-2
Reptile Genomics and Evolutionary Genetics
14:00  201 S1-2.3 THOMSON, R.C.*; SHAFFER, H.B.Moving towards many-marker datasets: progress and challenges for turtle phylogenetics 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S1-2
Reptile Genomics and Evolutionary Genetics
14:30  201 S1-2.4 NICOLE, ValenzuelaEvolution of the gene regulatory network underlying sexual differentiation in turtles with alternative sex determining mechanisms 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S2-1
Vertebrate Head Segmentation in a Modern Evo-Devo Context
08:00  204AB S2-1.1 NORTHCUTT, R. GlennA Brief History of Theories Regarding Vertebrate Head Organization 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S2-1
Vertebrate Head Segmentation in a Modern Evo-Devo Context
08:30  204AB S2-1.2 HOLLAND, L. Z.*; RASMUSSEN, S. L. K.; BEASTER-JONES, L.; KOOP, D.Amphioxus and the Evolution of Head Segmentation 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S2-1
Vertebrate Head Segmentation in a Modern Evo-Devo Context
09:00  204AB S2-1.3 KIMMEL, C. B.*; EBERHART, J. K.; MOENS, C. B.Segmenting the Mosaic Head 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S2-1
Vertebrate Head Segmentation in a Modern Evo-Devo Context
09:30  204AB S2-1.4 SCHLOSSER, GerhardSegmentation of neurogenic placodes  
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S2-1
Vertebrate Head Segmentation in a Modern Evo-Devo Context
10:30  204AB S2-1.5 MURAKAMI, YasunoriNeuromeres segmentation and trigeminal nerve projections in the developing vertebrate brain 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S2-1
Vertebrate Head Segmentation in a Modern Evo-Devo Context
11:00  204AB S2-1.6 LACALLI, T.C.Head organization and the head/trunk relationship in protochordates: problems and prospects 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S2-1
Vertebrate Head Segmentation in a Modern Evo-Devo Context
11:30  204AB S2-1.7 SCHILLING, T.F.Neural Crest Segments in Zebrafish 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S2-2
Vertebrate Head Segmentation in a Modern Evo-Devo Context
13:00  204AB S2-2.1 HANKEN, J.Is the amphibian skull segmented? Novel insights from neural crest labeling and functional studies 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S2-2
Vertebrate Head Segmentation in a Modern Evo-Devo Context
13:30  204AB S2-2.2 NODEN, Drew M.Is Segmental Organization Presaged In or Imposed Upon Craniofacial Mesenchymal Populations? 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S2-2
Vertebrate Head Segmentation in a Modern Evo-Devo Context
14:00  204AB S2-2.3 GRAHAM, A.The formation of the pharyngeal arches 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  S2-2
Vertebrate Head Segmentation in a Modern Evo-Devo Context
14:30  204AB S2-2.4 KURATANI, ShigeruHead segments in developmental and evolutionary contexts 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS1
Electromyography Interpretation and Limitations in Functional Analyses of Musculoskeletal Systems
08:00  203A LBS1.1 KONOW, Nicolai*; SANFORD, Christopher/PJPros and cons of electromyography in an integrative experimental context 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS1
Electromyography Interpretation and Limitations in Functional Analyses of Musculoskeletal Systems
08:20  203A LBS1.2 HERREL, A*; AERTS, PElectromyography and the evolution of motor control: insights and limitations. 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS1
Electromyography Interpretation and Limitations in Functional Analyses of Musculoskeletal Systems
08:40  203A LBS1.3 GERRY, S.P.**; RAMSAY, J.B.; WILGA, C.D.Asynchrony in paired muscle motor activity 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS1
Electromyography Interpretation and Limitations in Functional Analyses of Musculoskeletal Systems
09:00  203A LBS1.4 GERMAN, R.Z.*; CROMPTON, A.W.; THEXTON, A.J.Variation in EMG Activity during Feeding: A Hierarchical Approach 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS1
Electromyography Interpretation and Limitations in Functional Analyses of Musculoskeletal Systems
09:20  203A LBS1.5 VINYARD, C.J.*; WALL, C.E.EMG during Primate Chewing: Patterns and Prospects for Studying Masticatory Function and Evolution 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS1
Electromyography Interpretation and Limitations in Functional Analyses of Musculoskeletal Systems
10:00  203A LBS1.6 WAKELING, James MReading physiological signatures in electromyograms 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS1
Electromyography Interpretation and Limitations in Functional Analyses of Musculoskeletal Systems
10:20  203A LBS1.7 ROBERTS, ThomasInterpreting muscle function from EMG: lessons learned from direct measurements of muscle force. 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS1
Electromyography Interpretation and Limitations in Functional Analyses of Musculoskeletal Systems
10:40  203A LBS1.8 CARROLL, Andrew M.*; RICHARDS, ChristopherThe relationship between EMG and strain rate in muscle fascicles: what should we expect and what do we find?  
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS2
Building a Better Organismal Model: The Role of the Mouse
13:00  203A LBS2.1 HALLGRIMSSON, BenediktTHE MOUSE AND THE EVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY OF THE MAMMALIAN SKULL 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS2
Building a Better Organismal Model: The Role of the Mouse
13:20  203A LBS2.2 RAVOSA, M.*; NICHOLSON, E.; STOCK, S.; HAMRICK, M.Using Mighty Mouse to understand masticatory plasticity: Myostatin-deficient mice and musculoskeletal function 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS2
Building a Better Organismal Model: The Role of the Mouse
13:40  203A LBS2.3 NICHOLSON, Elisabeth K.*; STOCK, Stuart R.; CHENN, Anjen; RAVOSA, Matthew J.A Novel Transgenic Mouse Model for Fetal Encephalization and Craniofacial Development 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS2
Building a Better Organismal Model: The Role of the Mouse
14:00  203A LBS2.4 VINYARD, C.J.*; PAYSEUR, B.A.Of “mice” and mammals: Using classical inbred mice to study the genetic architecture of masticatory performance. 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS2
Building a Better Organismal Model: The Role of the Mouse
14:20  203A LBS2.5 CARLSON, Kristian J*; LUBINSKY, Svetlana; JUDEX, StefanExperimental assessment of behavioral signals in trabecular architecture of the hind limb. 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  LBS2
Building a Better Organismal Model: The Role of the Mouse
14:40  203A LBS2.6 MIDDLETON, K.M.*; KELLY, S.A.; GARLAND, JR., T.Bone to run: Selective breeding and skeletal response to high voluntary activity in mice 
  Thursday, Jan. 3  AMS
AMS Past Presidential Lecture
19:00  203A AMS.1 HICKMAN, C. S.The Snail: Evolving Metaphors and Visual Representations  


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