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

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  Friday, Jan. 4  23
Comparative Biochemistry-Biochemistry
08:00  202A 23.1 GRIM, J.M.*; ASKINS, M.E.; CROCKETT, E.L.Endurance exercise does not alter oxidative capacity or activities of enzymatic antioxidants in killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  23
Comparative Biochemistry-Biochemistry
08:20  202A 23.2 BERNER, N.J.Acclimation in the Eastern red spotted newt (Notophthalmus viridescens viridescens) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  23
Comparative Biochemistry-Biochemistry
08:40  202A 23.3 MCCUE, Marshall DExtreme starvation tolerance in snakes. What makes them so different from other vertebrates? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  23
Comparative Biochemistry-Biochemistry
09:00  202A 23.4 WILLIAMS, T.M.**; ZAVANELLI, M.Natural Neuroprotection in the Brains of Marine Mammals: Why swimming dolphins don’t stroke 
  Friday, Jan. 4  23
Comparative Biochemistry-Biochemistry
09:20  202A 23.5 NOREN, Dawn P.*; NOREN, Shawn R.The Development of Muscle Biochemistry in a Diving Marine Endotherm, the Harbor Porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Comparative Biochemistry-Digestion and Excretion
10:00  202A 24.1 TRACY, Christopher R.*; MCWHORTER, Todd J.; MANOLIS, S. Charlie; WEBB, Grahame J. W.; CHRISTIAN, Keith A.Digestive physiological differences between alligators and crocodiles: Are crocodilians just meat eaters? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Comparative Biochemistry-Digestion and Excretion
10:20  202A 24.2 SECOR, S.M.*; COX, C.L.; LIGNOT, J.-H.*Form and function; identifying the underlying regulatory mechanisms of intestinal performance 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Comparative Biochemistry-Digestion and Excretion
10:40  202A 24.3 COX, C. L.*; SECOR, S.M.Modest regulation of gastrointestinal morphology and function for the frequently feeding diamondback watersnake, Nerodia rhombifer 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Comparative Biochemistry-Digestion and Excretion
11:00  202A 24.4 WAAS, S.; WERNER, R.A.; STARCK, J.M.*Predigestive costs in Python regius 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Comparative Biochemistry-Digestion and Excretion
11:20  202A 24.5 KOHL, K.; BRZEK, P.; CAVIEDES-VIDAL, E.; KARASOV, W.H.*Diet-induced plasticity in intestinal maltase activity in nestling house sparrows during development 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Comparative Biochemistry-Digestion and Excretion
11:40  202A 24.6 BRZEK, P.*; CAVIEDES-VIDAL, E.; KARASOV, W.H.Glucose absorption in House sparrow nestlings does not depend on age or diet 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
Neurobiology I
08:00  203A 25.1 JOHNSON, M. A.*; WADE, J.Sexual dimorphism in courtship and copulatory neuromuscular systems of Anolis lizards 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
Neurobiology I
08:20  203A 25.2 SMALL, TW*; BRENOWITZ, EA; MOORE, ITTestosterone and neuroplasticity in a tropical bird 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
Neurobiology I
08:40  203A 25.3 BURMEISTER, SS*; LEBONVILLE, CML; FERNALD, RDRapid modification of preoptic area egr-1 and vasotocin mRNA by social opportunity 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
Neurobiology I
09:00  203A 25.4 JINKA, TULASI**; DREW, KELLY; TOIEN, OIVIND; RASLEY, BRIANMK-801 Induces Arousal From Hibernation Through Peripheral Effects 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
Neurobiology I
09:20  203A 25.5 KEENEY, B. K.*; RAICHLEN, D.A.; MEEK, T.H.; WIJERATNE, R.S.; GERDEMAN, G.L.; GARLAND, T. Jr.Differential Response To A Selective Cannabinoid Receptor Antagonist In Mice Bred For High Voluntary Wheel-Running Behavior. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
Neurobiology I
09:40  203A 25.6 ELLIOTT, GRD*; LEYS, SPMetabotropic Glutamate Signalling System in a Freshwater Sponge 
  Friday, Jan. 4  26
Neurobiology II
10:20  203A 26.1 CASKEY, Jodi L*; WATSON, Glen MIdentification and characterization of chemoreceptive sensilla on the antennal flagellum of Palaemonetes pugio 
  Friday, Jan. 4  26
Neurobiology II
10:40  203A 26.2 HINTERWIRTH, Armin J*; DANIEL, Thomas LMultiple inputs mediate multiple outputs for flight control in Manduca sexta. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  26
Neurobiology II
11:00  203A 26.3 TYTELL, E.D.*; COHEN, A.H.Sensory feedback loops in lamprey swimming 
  Friday, Jan. 4  26
Neurobiology II
11:20  203A 26.4 FRIEDRICH, Markus*; BAO, Riyue ; JACKOWSKA, Magdalena; LIU, ZhenyiGenomic and gene regulatory signatures of cryptozoic adaptation in the red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum 
  Friday, Jan. 4  26
Neurobiology II
11:40  203A 26.5 FOX, J.L.*; DANIEL, T.L.Encoding characteristics of haltere mechanoreceptors 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Evolution-Sexual Selection
08:00  203B 27.1 HANEY, B. R.*; POPE, D. S.Assessing the potential for sexual conflict in the fiddler crab Uca princeps 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Evolution-Sexual Selection
08:20  203B 27.2 IRSCHICK, Duncan JSexual selection and functional morphology: A new frontier? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Evolution-Sexual Selection
08:40  203B 27.3 FORSMAN, AM*; VOGEL, LA; SAKALUK, SK; JOHNSON, LS; MASTERS, BS; JOHNSON, BG; THOMPSON, CFPolyandrous female house wrens increase the size, but not immunocompetence, of their extra-pair young 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Evolution-Sexual Selection
09:00  203B 27.5 HENNINGSEN, JP*; HUSAK, JF; IRSCHICK, DJDo androgens mediate seasonal changes in sexual signal size and bite-force performance in green anoles (Anolis carolinensis)? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Evolution-Sexual Selection
09:20  203B 27.6 HUMPHRIES, S.**; EVANS, J.P.; SIMMONS, L.W.Disentangling sperm speed from sperm length 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Evolution-Sexual Selection
10:00  203B 27.7 MEYERS, J.J.*; IRSCHICK, D.J.The role of badge size, bite performance and display behavior in predicting dominance in male ornate tree lizards. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Evolution-Sexual Selection
10:20  203B 27.8 MINER, S.V.*; MEYERS, J.J.; HUSAK, J.F.; IRSCHICK, D.J.How do hormones, performance, sexual signals, and behavior interact to predict dominance in brown anoles? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  28
Larval Ecology and Bioenergetics
08:00  206A 28.1 YU, P. C.*; MANAHAN, D.T.Extended starvation resistance and subsequent growth recovery in sea urchin larvae: Implications for lifespan in the plankton 
  Friday, Jan. 4  28
Larval Ecology and Bioenergetics
08:20  206A 28.2 MORAN, A.L.**; WOODS, H.A.In situ measurement of oxygen in aquatic egg masses: field tests of theoretical models 
  Friday, Jan. 4  28
Larval Ecology and Bioenergetics
08:40  206A 28.3 WOODS, HA*; MORAN, ALPolar gigantism in marine invertebrates: a test of the oxygen constraint hypothesis using temperate and Antarctic Tritonia egg masses 
  Friday, Jan. 4  28
Larval Ecology and Bioenergetics
09:00  206A 28.4 WELLS, S.L.*; MCCONAUGHA, J.R.Declining Reproductive Output of the Blue Crab, Callinectes sapidus: A Changing Reaction Norm? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  28
Larval Ecology and Bioenergetics
09:20  206A 28.5 KOSMAN, E*; PERNET, BVariability in Larval Provisioning and its effects on Juvenile Size and Survivorship in Four Bryozoan Species 
  Friday, Jan. 4  29
Larval Ecology and Population Biology
10:00  206A 29.1 ALLEN, JDMeasuring the palatability of marine invertebrate embryos in the field 
  Friday, Jan. 4  29
Larval Ecology and Population Biology
10:20  206A 29.2 KREGTING, L.T.*; YUND, P.O.; BASS, A.L; THOMAS, F.I.M.Turbulent sex: assessing the effects of oscillatory flow on fertilization in the green sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  29
Larval Ecology and Population Biology
10:40  206A 29.3 HOLM, E.R.Variation among families in cyprid response to surface wettability for the barnacle Amphibalanus amphitrite 
  Friday, Jan. 4  29
Larval Ecology and Population Biology
11:00  206A 29.4 NIEHAUS, AC*; ANGILLETTA, MJ; FRANKLIN, CE; WILSON, RSGrowing up in an unstable environment: Consequences of diel thermal variation to developing anurans 
  Friday, Jan. 4  29
Larval Ecology and Population Biology
11:20  206A 29.5 BORGIANINI, SA*; SPROUL, G; FLENNIKEN, MM; SUTTON, MC; BRODIE, RJCost of Living Differences Among Fiddler Crab Populations Along a Tidal River. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  29
Larval Ecology and Population Biology
11:40  206A 29.6 LEVINE, TDCompetition and Biogeography of Freshwater Mussels 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Comparative Evolution Biology and Molecular Phylogenetics
08:00  206B 30.1 SYME, A.E.**; OAKLEY, T.H.O.How quickly are eyes lost? A phylogenetic study of deep sea and shallow water cylindroleberidid ostracods. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Comparative Evolution Biology and Molecular Phylogenetics
08:20  206B 30.2 ZHONG, M.*; STRUCK, T.H.; HALANYCH, K.M.Phylogenetic relationships within Terebelliformia worms (Polychaeta, Annelida) and evolutionary implications of mitochondrial genomic data 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Comparative Evolution Biology and Molecular Phylogenetics
08:40  206B 30.3 MAH, Christopher*; FOLTZ, David Molecular Phylogenetics of Forcipulate Starfish (Echinodermata) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Comparative Evolution Biology and Molecular Phylogenetics
09:00  206B 30.4 DEMAINTENON, MartaSystematics and evolution of Anachis and related taxa (Neogastropoda: Columbellidae) in the American tropics 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Comparative Evolution Biology and Molecular Phylogenetics
09:00  206B 30.5 BORDA , Elizabeth*; SIDDALL, Mark E.Systematics and diversity of Arhynchobdellida (Oligochaeta: Hirudinida), with a focus on the evolutionary history of bloodfeeding terrestrial leeches 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Comparative Evolution Biology and Molecular Phylogenetics
09:40  206B 30.6 LINDGREN, AREvolution of recent squids (Cephalopoda:Decapodiformes) inferrred from molecular data 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Comparative Evolution Biology and Molecular Phylogenetics
10:20  206B 30.7 REFT, AJPhylogenetic informativeness of nematocyst ultrastructure in Anthozoa 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Comparative Evolution Biology and Molecular Phylogenetics
10:40  206B 30.8 ALAMILLO, Hugo*; ALFARO, Michael E.A Molecular Timescale For Snakes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Comparative Evolution Biology and Molecular Phylogenetics
11:00  206B 30.9 ZIMKUS, B.M.*; HANKEN, J.Molecular phylogeny and evolution of body size in sub-Saharan puddle frogs (Anura: Phrynobatrachidae) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Comparative Evolution Biology and Molecular Phylogenetics
11:20  206B 30.10 SANTINI, F.*; CARNEVALE, G.; ALFARO, M.A.Time-scale of spiny-rayed fish (Acanthomorpha, Teleostei).  
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Comparative Evolution Biology and Molecular Phylogenetics
11:40  206B 30.11 CONRAD, JL*; NORELL, MA; AST, JCA Combined-Evidence of Anguimorpha (Reptilia, Squamata) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Symposium Related-Vertebrate Head Segmentation-Heads to Legs
08:00  207A 31.1 SWALLA, B.J.Deconstructing Deuterosomes: Before a Head 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Symposium Related-Vertebrate Head Segmentation-Heads to Legs
08:20  207A 31.2 GROGAN, E.D.*; LUND, RA New Iniopterygian (Class Chondrichthyes) from the Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana and New Insights into the Early Chondrichthyan Neurocranial Design. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Symposium Related-Vertebrate Head Segmentation-Heads to Legs
08:40  207A 31.3 LE PABIC, Pierre*; SCEMAMA, Jean-Luc; STELLWAG, EdmundEvolutionary Divergence of Pharyngeal Arch Specification in Teleosts 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Symposium Related-Vertebrate Head Segmentation-Heads to Legs
09:00  207A 31.4 ROSE, C.S.*; SMITH, A.; TRACY, J.The cellular basis of pharyngeal skeleton growth and metamorphosis in frogs 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Symposium Related-Vertebrate Head Segmentation-Heads to Legs
09:20  207A 31.5 KERNEY, RyanGeneration of a Xenopus col2a1 reporter for cartilage-specific transgene expression 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Symposium Related-Vertebrate Head Segmentation-Heads to Legs
09:40  207A 31.6 BOWSHER, J.H.*; NIJHOUT, H.F.; NAGY, L. M.Getting a leg up: the evolution of novel abdominal appendages in sepsid flies 
  Friday, Jan. 4  32
Neuromuscular Control of Swimming and Flying
10:20  207A 32.1 THOMPSON, J.T.*; BAKSI, A.E.; ROSS, K.E.Growing pains: the ontogeny of mantle muscle morphology, mechanics, and jetting in squids 
  Friday, Jan. 4  32
Neuromuscular Control of Swimming and Flying
10:40  207A 32.2 RIVERA, A.R.V.*; WYNEKEN, J.; BLOB, R.W.Forelimb muscle activity in swimming sliders and sea turtles: are muscle activation patterns conserved?  
  Friday, Jan. 4  32
Neuromuscular Control of Swimming and Flying
11:00  207A 32.3 JACKSON, B.E.Allometry of maximal muscular power output in corvids 
  Friday, Jan. 4  32
Neuromuscular Control of Swimming and Flying
11:20  207A 32.4 WELCH, D.B.*; WELCH, K.C.; ALTSHULER, D.L.Neuromuscular control of mechanical power output in hummingbirds I: EMG recordings from pectoral muscles 
  Friday, Jan. 4  32
Neuromuscular Control of Swimming and Flying
11:40  207A 32.5 FLAMMANG, B.E.Morphological and functional investigation of the radialis muscle in shark tails 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics
08:00  207B 33.1 PENTCHEFF, N.D.*; WETZER, R.; MARTIN, J.W.Growing the Decapod Tree of Life: Making systematic information globally available 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics
08:20  207B 33.2 AKIRA, AsakuraEvolution of decapod mating systems 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics
08:40  207B 33.3 THOMA, B.P.*; SCHUBART, C,D,; FELDER, D.L.Re-examination of Hexapanopeus, Acantholobulus, and related genera of the Panopeidae (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura) by morphological and molecular methods. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics
09:00  207B 33.4 MORRISON, C.L.*; NIZINSKI, M.S.A molecular perspective on galatheoid biodiversity at deep-sea coral and cold seep habitats in the northwest Atlantic Ocean 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics
09:20  207B 33.5 TSANG, L.M.*; CHAN, T.Y.; CHU, K.H.Molecular phylogeny of Anomura: is parallel evolution common in Decapoda? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics
09:40  207B 33.6 SCHOLTZ, Gerhard*; MCLAY, ColinNew morphological evidence for paraphyly of podotreme Brachyura 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics
10:20  207B 33.7 HULTGREN, K.M.*; PALERO, F.; GUERAO, G.; MARQUES, F.P.L.Phylogeny of the brachyuran crab superfamily Majoidea: a comparison of molecular and morphological characters 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics
10:40  207B 33.8 CLARK, Paul F.Xanthid crab (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura) classification and phylogeny: an appraisal using the setotaxy of first stage zoeas. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics
11:00  207B 33.9 TAVARES, C.*; MARTIN, J.Phylogenetic relationships among the Dendrobranchiata based on morphological characters 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics
11:20  207B 33.10 DE GRAVE, SA morphologically based phylogenetic framework for the Caridea (Crustacea, Decapoda) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics
11:40  207B 33.11 TSHUDY, D.*; AHYONG, S.T.; CHAN, T.-Y.; SORHANNUS, U. An Expanded, Morphology-Based, Cladistic Analysis of the Clawed Lobsters 
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Development-Differentiation and Morphogenesis
13:00  202A 34.1 SEAVER, Elaine C.*; MEYER, Neva P.Neural development in the polychaete annelid Capitella sp. I 
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Development-Differentiation and Morphogenesis
13:20  202A 34.2 IDE, C*; BELPAIRE, C; ADRIAENS, DMorphological variation in an early developmental stage (glass eel) of European eel (Anguilla anguilla) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Development-Differentiation and Morphogenesis
13:40  202A 34.3 MOSELEY, D.B.*; SICCARDI, A.J.; GARRIS, H.W.; WATTS, S.A.The Effect of Monosodium L-Glutamate on the Early Development of the Sea Urchin (Lytechinus variegatus) and the Zebrafish (Danio rerio) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Development-Differentiation and Morphogenesis
14:00  202A 34.4 VON DASSOW, M.**; DAVIDSON, L.A.Robustness of gastrulation to biomechanical variation among embryos of Xenopus laevis 
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Development-Differentiation and Morphogenesis
14:20  202A 34.5 VARGAS, AO*; WAGNER, GPCyclopamine causes a homeotic frameshift of digital identity in the chicken wing 
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Development-Differentiation and Morphogenesis
14:40  202A 34.6 WEBB, Jacqueline F. *; MOORE, Margaret E.Dermal Bone Remodeling in the Cranial Lateral Line Canals of Zebrafish: The Role of Osteoclasts  
  Friday, Jan. 4  35
Comparative Biochemistry-Osmotic and Ionic Regulation
13:20  202B 35.1 DOWD, W. W.*; WOOD, C. M.; KAJIMURA, M.; WALSH, P. J.; KÜLTZ, D.Changes in protein expression in the dogfish shark rectal gland following natural feeding 
  Friday, Jan. 4  35
Comparative Biochemistry-Osmotic and Ionic Regulation
13:40  202B 35.3 HYNDMAN, Kelly/A*; EVANS, David/HShort term tolerance to changes in environmental salinity by the longhorn sculpin, Myoxocephalus octodecimspinosus . 
  Friday, Jan. 4  35
Comparative Biochemistry-Osmotic and Ionic Regulation
14:00  202B 35.4 KAMMERER, B.D.**; SARDELLA, B.A.; KÜLTZ, D.Short- term mechanism of seawater adaptation in Mozambicus tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus): The effect of salinity exposure on cell cycle and Na/K ATPase content in gill cells assessed using laser scanning cytometry (LSC) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  35
Comparative Biochemistry-Osmotic and Ionic Regulation
14:20  202B 35.5 BREVES, J.P.*; FOX, B.K.; PIERCE, A.L.; HIRANO, T.; GRAU, E.G.Time course of changes in plasma hormone concentrations and expression of hormone receptors and osmotic stress transcription factor 1 in the gill of Mozambique tilapia following transfer to a hyperosmotic environment 
  Friday, Jan. 4  35
Comparative Biochemistry-Osmotic and Ionic Regulation
14:40  202B 35.6 GABERT, B.J.**; KÜLTZ, D.Proteome Fingerprint of the Stress Environment in the Renal Papilla 
  Friday, Jan. 4  36
Feeding: Biomechanics and Behavior
13:00  203A 36.1 GUZMáN, A.*; MARSHALL, C.D.Kinematic and Behavioral Analyses of Loggerhead Turtles (Caretta caretta) Interacting with Baited Longline Hooks  
  Friday, Jan. 4  36
Feeding: Biomechanics and Behavior
13:20  203A 36.2 ZEPNEWSKI, E.D*; CARRENO, C.A.; LAPPIN, A.K.; NISHIKAWA, K.C.It’s in the way that you use it: how activation patterns affect anuran feeding behavior 
  Friday, Jan. 4  36
Feeding: Biomechanics and Behavior
13:40  203A 36.3 HENG, A.R.*; LAPPIN, A.K.; NISHIKAWA, K.C.The Relationship between Jaw Morphology and Prey Capture Behavior in Anurans 
  Friday, Jan. 4  36
Feeding: Biomechanics and Behavior
14:00  203A 36.4 YOUNG, Bruce A*; PETERSON, JoHanna; WALDRON, Zack; SMITH, TamaraStopping the snake strike. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  36
Feeding: Biomechanics and Behavior
14:20  203A 36.5 KOT, B.W.Comparative Kinematics of Lunge-Feeding in Rorqual Whales: Evidence of a Uniform Feeding Process 
  Friday, Jan. 4  37
Coral Reef Ecology
13:00  203B 37.1 EDMUNDS, PJ*; PUTNAM, HM; FAN, TYThe Effect of Temperature on the Settlement Choice and Photophysiology of Larvae from the Reef Coral Stylophora pistillata 
  Friday, Jan. 4  37
Coral Reef Ecology
13:20  203B 37.2 BARSHIS, Daniel/J*; STILLMAN, Jonathon/H; GATES, Ruth/D; TOONEN, Robert/J; SMITH, Lance/W; BIRKELAND, CharlesHost adaptation to thermal extremes? Evidence from the coral Porites lobata 
  Friday, Jan. 4  37
Coral Reef Ecology
13:40  203B 37.3 PUTNAM, H.M.*; EDMUNDS, P.J.Flexibility of coral response to diel thermal fluctuations  
  Friday, Jan. 4  37
Coral Reef Ecology
14:00  203B 37.4 NEMETH, D.*; SIKKEL, P.; MCCAMMON, A.Among-site and between-species differences in monogenean parasite (Monopisthocotylea: Capsalidae) loads in two sympatric surgeonfishes (Acanthuridae) in the Virgin Islands 
  Friday, Jan. 4  37
Coral Reef Ecology
14:20  203B 37.5 MEYER, E.**; MATZ, M.Functional Genomic Analysis Of Stress Response In Corals 
  Friday, Jan. 4  37
Coral Reef Ecology
14:40  203B 37.6 MUEHLLEHNER, Nancy*; EDMUNDS, Peter J.Rising CO2 disproportionately affects extension versus mass deposition in reef corals 
  Friday, Jan. 4  38
Comparative Biochemistry-Reproductive Physiology
13:00  206A 38.1 SIROT, L.K.*; POULSON, R.L.; MCKENNA, M.C.; GIRNARY, H.; WOLFNER, M.F.; HARRINGTON, L.C.Identity and transfer of male reproductive gland proteins of the yellow fever mosquito (Aedes aegypti) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  38
Comparative Biochemistry-Reproductive Physiology
13:20  206A 38.2 FINKLER, M.S.*; WILLIAMS, M.K.; MCELVEEN, R.T.Physiological dimorphisms in pre- and post-reproductive spotted salamanders: endocrine and mitochondrial density differences 
  Friday, Jan. 4  38
Comparative Biochemistry-Reproductive Physiology
13:40  206A 38.3 NAVARA, Kristen J.*; WORKMAN , Joanna L.; NELSON, Randy J.Experimental manipulation of prenatal sex ratio using photoperiod in Siberian hamsters  
  Friday, Jan. 4  38
Comparative Biochemistry-Reproductive Physiology
14:00  206A 38.4 MASON, R.T.*; HALPERN, M.PERIRECEPTOR ROLE FOR THE HARDERIAN GLAND IN PHEROMONE DETECTION IN GARTER SNAKES  
  Friday, Jan. 4  38
Comparative Biochemistry-Reproductive Physiology
14:20  206A 38.5 STAHLSCHMIDT, Z.R.*; DENARDO, D.F.Implications of python egg brooding behavior on clutch gaseous micro-environment and metabolic rate 
  Friday, Jan. 4  38
Comparative Biochemistry-Reproductive Physiology
14:40  206A 38.6 VALENCAK , TG*; TATARUCH, F; RUF, TMaternal investment depends on season in reproducing European hares 
  Friday, Jan. 4  39
Evolutionary Morphology
13:00  206B 39.1 PILGRIM, B.; FRANZ-ODENDAAL, TA*Ocular Skeletal Adaptations for the Devonian Deep-Sea 
  Friday, Jan. 4  39
Evolutionary Morphology
13:20  206B 39.2 MULVANY, Samantha*; MOTTA, PhilipMorphology of the cephalic lobes and anterior pectoral fins in batoids 
  Friday, Jan. 4  39
Evolutionary Morphology
13:40  206B 39.3 WHITENACK, L.B.*; SIMKINS, D.C.; MOTTA, P.J.Three-diminesional finite element analysis of elasmobranch teeth 
  Friday, Jan. 4  39
Evolutionary Morphology
14:00  206B 39.4 FULLER, J.M.**; HOMBERGER, D.G.The Pterylosis of the House Sparrow (Passer domesticus): An in situ study 
  Friday, Jan. 4  39
Evolutionary Morphology
14:20  206B 39.5 MOON, B. *; TULLIS, A. Functional morphology and physiology of tail vibration in snakes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  40
Neuromuscular Control of Running
13:00  207A 40.1 DALEY, M.A.Intrinsic and neural contributions to muscular control of stable running in the guinea fowl (Numida meleagris)  
  Friday, Jan. 4  40
Neuromuscular Control of Running
13:20  207A 40.2 SPONBERG, S*; LIBBY, T; FULL, RJRewriting the Motor Code to a Muscle in a Running Insect Alters Function from Energy Absorption to Production 
  Friday, Jan. 4  40
Neuromuscular Control of Running
13:40  207A 40.3 MULLENS, CH*; SPONBERG, S; FULL, RJDirect Manipulation of Extensor Muscle Phase Affects Leg Swing Trajectory, Foot Placement and Turning Dynamics in a Running Insect 
  Friday, Jan. 4  40
Neuromuscular Control of Running
14:00  207A 40.4 CARROLL, Andrew M.*; BIEWENER, Andrew A.Effects of speed on muscle function of the triceps brachii in goats  
  Friday, Jan. 4  40
Neuromuscular Control of Running
14:20  207A 40.5 REVZEN, S.*; BERNS, M.S.; KODITSCHEK, D.E.; FULL, R.J.Determining Neuromechanical Control Architecture Using Kinematic Phase Response to Perturbations 
  Friday, Jan. 4  40
Neuromuscular Control of Running
14:40  207A 40.6 HIGHAM, T.E.*; BIEWENER, A.A.; WAKELING, J.M.Functional diversification within and between muscle synergists during locomotion 
  Friday, Jan. 4  41
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics-Molecular Approaches
13:00  207B 41.1 PALACIOS-THEIL, E*; CUESTA, JA; FELDER, DLMolecularly Based Re-examination of Subfamily Relationships and Polyphyly in the Pinnotheridae (Decapoda, Brachyura, Pinnotheridae) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  41
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics-Molecular Approaches
13:20  207B 41.2 WETZER, R.*; ELWELL, S.L.; MARTIN, J.W.The evolutionary relationship of gall crabs (family Cryptochiridae) and their placement within the Brachyura 
  Friday, Jan. 4  41
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics-Molecular Approaches
13:40  207B 41.3 BRACKEN, H.D.*; DE GRAVE, S.; FELDER, D.L.Phylogeny of the Infraorder Caridea based on Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genes (Crustacea: Decapoda) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  41
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics-Molecular Approaches
14:00  207B 41.4 ROBLES, R.*; TUDGE, C.C.; DWORSCHAK, P.C.; POORE, G.C.B.; FELDER, D.L.Molecular phylogeny of the Thalassinidea based on nuclear and mitochondrial genes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  41
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics-Molecular Approaches
14:20  207B 41.5 MA, K.Y.*; CHU, K.H.; CHAN, T.Y.Molecular phylogeny of Dendrobranchiata inferred from two nuclear markers 
  Friday, Jan. 4  41
Symposium Related-Decapod Phylogenetics-Molecular Approaches
14:40  207B 41.6 CHU, K.H.*; TSANG, L.M.; MA, K.Y.; CHAN, T.Y.Decapod phylogeny: What can nuclear protein-coding genes tell us? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  BERN
Howard Bern Lecture
18:30  103B BERN.1 THOMAS, PeterNonclassical steroid actions mediated by novel membrane receptors: lessons from studies in fish. 


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