SICB 2009 Meeting, Boston MA, Jan. 3-7, 2009

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Sensory Biomechanics
08:20  Harbor 1 S1.1 NARINS, P.M.Influence of environmental noise on the evolution of communication systems 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Sensory Biomechanics
09:00  Harbor 1 S1.2 GRIDI-PAPP, M.*; FENG, A.S.; SHEN, J.-X.; YU, Z.-L.; ROSOWSKI, J.J.; NARINS, P.M.High frequency hearing and behavioral tuning of the ear in frogs 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Sensory Biomechanics
09:20  Harbor 1 S1.3 WINDSOR, ShaneHydrodynamic imaging in blind Mexican cave fish 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Sensory Biomechanics
10:00  Harbor 1 S1.4 BARTH, F.G.Plenary Talk: Computational Biomechanics, Spiders, and the Sense of Senses 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Sensory Biomechanics
10:40  Harbor 1 S1.5 MACIVER, Malcolm A; SHIRGAONKAR, Anup A; PATANKAR, Neelesh A*Biomechanical constraints on sensory acquisition in weakly electric fish 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Sensory Biomechanics
11:00  Harbor 1 S1.6 SANE, Sanjay P.The tale of two mechanosensors: antennal role in insect flight 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Sensory Biomechanics
11:20  Harbor 1 S1.7 HARTMANN, Mitra JZMechanical and Behavioral Constraints on Neural Encoding in the Rat Vibrissal/Trigeminal Pathway  
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Sensory Biomechanics
11:40  Harbor 1 S1.8 MCHENRY, MJ*; STROTHER, JA; VAN TRUMP, WJFluid-structure interaction in lateral line receptors 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Sensory Biomechanics
13:40  Harbor 1 S1.9 COREY, David P*; KARAVITAKI, Domenica; SOTOMAYOR, MarcosMacro- and micro-mechanics of hair-cell transduction 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Sensory Biomechanics
14:20  Harbor 1 S1.10 GOODMAN, M. B.Mechano-electrical Transduction Channels in Two Classes of C. elegans Mechanoreceptor Neurons 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Sensory Biomechanics
14:40  Harbor 1 S1.11 GOPFERT, M. C.Auditory transduction in Drosophila 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
The Biology of the Parasitic Crustacea
08:00  Harbor 2 S2.1 BOYKO, Christopher BBopyrids of the Thalassinidean Transition: First Phylogenetic Data and Evolutionary Implications 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
The Biology of the Parasitic Crustacea
08:30  Harbor 2 S2.2 HO, J.-S.The five wonders of the parasitic Copepoda 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
The Biology of the Parasitic Crustacea
09:00  Harbor 2 S2.3 BOXSHALL, G.A.The comparative biology of Copepoda parasitic on three host taxa: fishes, polychaetes and crustaceans. 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
The Biology of the Parasitic Crustacea
09:30  Harbor 2 S2.4 COSTELLO, MJProgress in understanding the ecology of sea lice, copepod parasites of wild and farmed salmonids 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
The Biology of the Parasitic Crustacea
10:30  Harbor 2 S2.5 HEUCH, P.A.*; BJORN, P.A.; FINSTAD, B.; ASPLIN, L.; HOLST, J.C.Salmon Lice Infection of Farmed and Wild Salmonids in Norway: an Overview 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
The Biology of the Parasitic Crustacea
11:00  Harbor 2 S2.6 KOLBASOV, G.A.Parasitic microcrustaceans of the class Tantulocarida, external and internal morphology, development and life circle 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
The Biology of the Parasitic Crustacea
11:30  Harbor 2 S2.7 MOELLER, O. S.Branchiura, -parasitic crustaceans with a sting 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
The Biology of the Parasitic Crustacea
13:00  Harbor 2 S2.8 AN, J.A review of bopyrid isopods infesting crabs from China 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
The Biology of the Parasitic Crustacea
13:30  Harbor 2 S2.9 HUYS, R*; LLEWELLYN-HUGHES, JWhat can 18S rDNA do for copepod phylogeny and classification? 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
The Biology of the Parasitic Crustacea
14:00  Harbor 2 S2.10 TANAKA, K.Life history of gnathiid isopods: a brief overview 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
The Biology of the Parasitic Crustacea
14:30  Harbor 2 S2.11 OVERSTREET, RM*; JOVONOVICH, J; MA, HParasitic Crustaceans as Vectors of Viruses 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Hormonal Regulation of Whole-Animal Performance: Implications for Selection
08:30  Harbor 3 S3.1 HUSAK, J. F.*; IRSCHICK, D. J.Hormones as mediators of animal performance 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Hormonal Regulation of Whole-Animal Performance: Implications for Selection
09:00  Harbor 3 S3.2 HAU, MHormones and life history evolution 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Hormonal Regulation of Whole-Animal Performance: Implications for Selection
09:30  Harbor 3 S3.3 KETTERSON, E.D.*; ATWELL, J.WPhenotypic Integration and Independence: Hormones, Performance, and Response to Environmental Change 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Hormonal Regulation of Whole-Animal Performance: Implications for Selection
10:30  Harbor 3 S3.4 LORENZ, M.W.*; GAEDE, G.The role of insect adipokinetic hormones in locomotion, development and reproduction 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Hormonal Regulation of Whole-Animal Performance: Implications for Selection
11:00  Harbor 3 S3.5 JOHN-ALDER, H.B.*; COX, R.M.; HAENEL, G.J.; SMITH, L.C.Hormones and Performance: Insights from Natural History and Endocrine Manipulations 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Hormonal Regulation of Whole-Animal Performance: Implications for Selection
11:30  Harbor 3 S3.6 MCCORMICK, Stephen D.The hormonal control of seawater performance in anadromous fish 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Hormonal Regulation of Whole-Animal Performance: Implications for Selection
13:00  Harbor 3 S3.7 OLIVEIRA, R.F.Social behaviour in context: how animals adjust their behaviour to the social environment 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Hormonal Regulation of Whole-Animal Performance: Implications for Selection
13:30  Harbor 3 S3.8 MOORE, Ignacio/T*; HOPKINS, William/AInteractions between hormones and energetics as mediators of performance and reproductive success 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Hormonal Regulation of Whole-Animal Performance: Implications for Selection
14:00  Harbor 3 S3.9 LEARY, C.J.Hormonal regulation of vocalization in anuran amphibians: insights from toads with alternative mating tactics 
  Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Hormonal Regulation of Whole-Animal Performance: Implications for Selection
14:30  Harbor 3 S3.10 GOYMANN, WolfgangHormones, sex roles, and performance 


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