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

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  MOORE
Moore Lecture
18:30   MOORE.1 CARROLL, S.Into The Jungle: Great Adventures in the Search for Evolution and What Students Can Learn From Them 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  54
Metabolism, Part I
08:00  Grand Ballroom C 54.1 BAUCHINGER, U.*; MCWILLIAMS, S. R.Carbon turnover in tissues of a passerine bird: allometry, isotopic clocks, and phenotypic flexibility in organ size 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  54
Metabolism, Part I
08:20  Grand Ballroom C 54.2 BEN-EZRA, E.*; HUMPHRIES, M.MIntra-specific variation in the metabolic rate of the red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) across western Canada 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  54
Metabolism, Part I
08:40  Grand Ballroom C 54.3 FLETCHER, Q.E.*; SELMAN, C.; SPEAKMAN, J.R.; LEEUWENBURGH, C.; HUMPHRIES, M.M.Metabolically mediated oxidative stress and in a free-ranging mammal 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  54
Metabolism, Part I
09:00  Grand Ballroom C 54.4 GRIM, Jeffrey/M*; CROCKETT, Elizabeth/L; KRISKA, Tamas; HYNDMAN, Kelly/A; ALBERT, Girotti/WProtection of elevated membrane PUFA contents by GPx4 in marine vertebrates 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  54
Metabolism, Part I
09:20  Grand Ballroom C 54.5 HUNT VON HERBING, I*; CASHON, ; BABCOCK, Hemoglobin Polymerization in Fishes: A Physiological Antioxidant? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  54
Metabolism, Part I
10:00  Grand Ballroom C 54.6 LEASE, HM*; KLOK, CJ; KAISER, A; HARRISON, JFThe Scaling of Critical PO2 in Coleoptera 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  54
Metabolism, Part I
10:20  Grand Ballroom C 54.7 YEATES, Laura C.*; WILLIAMS, Terrie M.; TINKER, M. TimThe Challenge of Energetic and Thermal Balance in Aquatic Environments: a simple bioenergetic-behavioral model for sea otters 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  54
Metabolism, Part I
10:40  Grand Ballroom C 54.8 DUNKIN, R.C.*; DAVIDSON, E.; ROBERTS, K.; HURLEY, W.; WILLIAMS, T.M.Longitudinal Measurements of Caloric Intake and Body Condition in Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins (T. truncatus) Across Three Thermal Environments 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  54
Metabolism, Part I
11:00  Grand Ballroom C 54.9 LANGLOIS, L.; MCWILLIAMS, S.**Protein requirements of seasonally frugivorous songbirds decrease during migration 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  54
Metabolism, Part I
11:20  Grand Ballroom C 54.10 GIRGUIS, PR*; NYHOLM, SV; ROBIDART, JA; GIRGUIS, ; GIRGUIS, ; GIRGUIS, ; GIRGUIS, ; GIRGUIS, ; GIRGUIS, ; GIRGUIS, ; GIRGUIS, ; GIRGUIS, From metabolite flux to gene expression and proteomics: insights into the molecular mechanisms underlying primary productivity in hydrothermal vent tubeworms  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  54
Metabolism, Part I
11:40  Grand Ballroom C 54.11 LIGHTON, JRBFM, not AM: Gas exchange during rest and activity in non-flying insects 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  55
Population Ecology
08:00  Commonwealth A 55.1 KACENAS, S.E.*; PODOLSKY, R.D.Role of Parental Control in the Symbiotic Relationship Between Melanochlamys diomedea Egg Masses and Photosynthetic Algae 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  55
Population Ecology
08:20  Commonwealth A 55.2 DESROCHERS, D.W.*; MCWILLIAMS, S.R.; SILBERNAGLE, M.D.; REED, J.M.Do energy and nutritional value of food influence Hawaiian Moorhen (Gallinula chloropus sandvicensis) abundance? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  55
Population Ecology
08:40  Commonwealth A 55.3 LAFLEUR, N.**; MEROW, C.; RUBEGA, M.; SILANDER, J.Predicting the rate of spread for a bird-dispersed invasive plant using simulation modeling 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  55
Population Ecology
09:00  Commonwealth A 55.4 BERKE, Sarah K*; CRUZ, VeronicaSublethal predation in an ecosystem engineering polychaete 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  55
Population Ecology
09:20  Commonwealth A 55.5 BAUMANN, Hannes*; CONOVER, David OContrasting latitudinal patterns of countergradient growth variation in silverside fishes (Pisces: Atherinidae) from the Pacific vs Atlantic coasts 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  55
Population Ecology
09:40  Commonwealth A 55.6 MOORE, M.S.*; JACKSON, F.R.; TURMELLE, A.S.; PANASUK, B.J.; MENDONCA, M.T.; RUPPRECHT, C.E.; KUNZ, T.H.; MCCRACKEN, G.F.Rabies Exposure, Relative Immune Function and Life-history Traits in the Big Brown Bat, Eptesicus fuscus 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  55
Population Ecology
10:20  Commonwealth A 55.7 TOUCHON, Justin C.*; WARKENTIN, Karen M.Morphological Responses to Abiotic and Biotic Factors: Temperature Effects on Predator-Induced Phenotypes in a Neotropical Treefrog Tadpole 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  55
Population Ecology
10:40  Commonwealth A 55.8 BELDEN, L.K.*; WOJDAK, J.M.Combined impact of parasites and predators on wood frog tadpoles 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  55
Population Ecology
11:00  Commonwealth A 55.9 MURRAY, I.W.*; WOLF, B.O.Exploring the nutritional ecology of the ornate box turtle in New Mexico via stable isotope analyses 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  55
Population Ecology
11:20  Commonwealth A 55.10 PEROTTI, Elizabeth A.*; LINDBERG, David R.; ESTES, James A.A bumpy road: the effects of surface complexity on a dominant intertidal limpet 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  55
Population Ecology
11:40  Commonwealth A 55.11 BARTHELL, J.F.*; CLEMENT, M.L.; WELLS, H.; CROCKER, K.C.; BECKER, E.C.; LEAVITT, K.D.; MCCALL, B.T.; MILLS-NOVOA, M.; WALKER, C.M.; PETANIDOU, T.Foraging Patterns of Bees in Response to Nectar Availability in Populations of the Invasive Thistle Species Centaurea solstitialis L. in Native (Greece) and Non-Native (USA) Island Ecosystems 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  56
Phylogenetics and Systematics
Invertebrates
08:00  Commonwealth B 56.1 SCHWARTZ, M.L.*; NORENBURG, J.L.Molecular phylogenetics and taxonomy of pilidiophoran nemerteans: tackling a can of worms. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  56
Phylogenetics and Systematics
Invertebrates
08:20  Commonwealth B 56.2 SHIELDS*, C. C.*; MARKO, P. B.; WOODS, H. A.; MORAN, A. L.Nudibranch diversity in the Ross Sea, Antarctica: Theyre cold, but are they old? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  56
Phylogenetics and Systematics
Invertebrates
08:40  Commonwealth B 56.3 KOCOT, K. M.*; HALANYCH, K. M.Molluscan phylogeny investigated using three nuclear protein-coding genes 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  56
Phylogenetics and Systematics
Invertebrates
09:00  Commonwealth B 56.4 CANNON, JT*; RYCHEL, AL; SWALLA, BJ; HALANYCH, KMHemichordate evolution: Derived body plans and suspect families  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  56
Phylogenetics and Systematics
Invertebrates
09:20  Commonwealth B 56.5 REVELL, Liam J.*; COLLAR, David C.; HARMON, Luke J.The Measurement and Interpretation of Phylogenetic Signal 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  57
Phylogenetics and Systematics
Vertebrates
10:00  Commonwealth B 57.1 RIVERA, J.A.*; BUTLER, M.Determining Phylogenetic Relationships of microhylid frogs using Mitochondrial and Nuclear Gene Sequences  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  57
Phylogenetics and Systematics
Vertebrates
10:20  Commonwealth B 57.2 CLAESON, Kerin M.Synarcual Variation in the Purportedly Invariable Clade, Rajidae 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  57
Phylogenetics and Systematics
Vertebrates
22:40  Commonwealth B 57.3 OTA, K.G.*; KURATANI, SPhylogeny of early vertebrates based on evidence from developmental study of hagfish 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  57
Phylogenetics and Systematics
Vertebrates
11:00  Commonwealth B 57.4 CHOINIERE, Jonah N*; CLARK, James M; XING, Xu; FORSTER, Catherine AA dynamic approach to digital homology in Tetanura (Dinosauria: Theropoda) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  57
Phylogenetics and Systematics
Vertebrates
11:20  Commonwealth B 57.5 BUTLER, MA*; KING, AAMultivariate comparative analysis using OUCH 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  57
Phylogenetics and Systematics
Vertebrates
11:40  Commonwealth B 57.6 BORMET, A.K.*; MARCOT, J.D.; SEARS, K.E.Evolutionary rates and patterns of artiodactyl limb reduction 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  58
Neurobiology: Neurotransmitters & Neuroanatomy
08:00  Burroughs 58.1 HOEKSTRA, L.A.*; MOROZ, L.L.; HEYLAND, A.A new perspective on the echinoderm nervous system: abundant histaminergic and FMRFaminergic-like cells in the sea cucumber Leptosynapta clarki 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  58
Neurobiology: Neurotransmitters & Neuroanatomy
08:20  Burroughs 58.2 BIERMAN, H.S.*; TOBIN, A-E; REHM, K.J.; MARDER, E.Dye- and electrical-coupling between gastric and pyloric neurons in the stomatogastric ganglion of the lobster Homarus americanus, 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  58
Neurobiology: Neurotransmitters & Neuroanatomy
08:40  Burroughs 58.3 CHARVET, CJ*; SANDOVAL, AL; STRIEDTER, GFThe goose (Anser anser f. d.), a precocial species, enlarged its telencephalon before neurogenesis onset 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  58
Neurobiology: Neurotransmitters & Neuroanatomy
09:00  Burroughs 58.4 MUSCEDERE, M.L.*; SEID, M.; JOHNSON, N.; WILLEY, T.; GILLIS, B.; TRANIELLO, J.F.A.Brains, neurotransmitters, nursing, and foraging in the ant Pheidole dentata 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  58
Neurobiology: Neurotransmitters & Neuroanatomy
09:20  Burroughs 58.5 TURNER, Ashby C.*; COOPER, Robin L.The Effects of an Altered Dopaminergic System on Behavior, Development, and Physiology in Drosophila melanogaster 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  59
Complementary Session: PharmEcology: A Pharmacological Approach to Understanding Plant-Herbivore Interactions
10:00  Burroughs 59.1 SHIPLEY, Lisa A.*; FORBEY, JenniferRevisiting the niche: when is a mammalian herbivore a specialist? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  59
Complementary Session: PharmEcology: A Pharmacological Approach to Understanding Plant-Herbivore Interactions
10:20  Burroughs 59.2 TORREGROSSA, A-M*; AZZARA, A. V.; DEARING, M.D.Specialist and generalist herbivores regulate food intake on diets containing novel plant compounds 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  59
Complementary Session: PharmEcology: A Pharmacological Approach to Understanding Plant-Herbivore Interactions
10:40  Burroughs 59.3 CRAFT, J.D.*; PAUL, V.J.; SOTKA, E.E.A coevolutionary arms-race between macroalgae and herbivores: are tropical herbivores more tolerant of lipophilic secondary metabolites than temperate herbivores? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  59
Complementary Session: PharmEcology: A Pharmacological Approach to Understanding Plant-Herbivore Interactions
11:00  Burroughs 59.4 POORE, A G B*; SOTKA, E EHistorical constraints on host use in herbivorous marine amphipods 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  59
Complementary Session: PharmEcology: A Pharmacological Approach to Understanding Plant-Herbivore Interactions
11:20  Burroughs 59.6 SKOPEC, MM*; NEBEKER, C; DEARING, MDCatechol-O-methyl transferase may play an important role in allowing Neotoma stephensi to specialize on juniper 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  60
Muscle Physiology
08:20  Carlton 60.1 BURPEE, Jessica L*; KINSEY, Stephen TScaling with body mass of mitochondrial respiration in fish white muscle. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  60
Muscle Physiology
08:40  Carlton 60.2 ENG, CM*; HIGHAM, TE; BIEWENER, AAMuscle fiber length operating ranges reflect disparate functions between muscles 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  60
Muscle Physiology
09:00  Carlton 60.3 RIQUELME, C.A.*; MAGIDA, J.; SECOR, S.M.; LEINWAND, L.A.Pro-hypertrophic factors present in post-prandial python serum: effects on neonatal rat cardiomyocytes. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  60
Muscle Physiology
09:20  Carlton 60.5 COVI, J.A.; BADER, B.A.; WASMUNDT, N.M.; CHANG, E.S.; MYKLES, D.L.*Myostatin Signaling and the Regulation of a Molt-Induced Atrophy in Crustacean Claw Muscle 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  60
Muscle Physiology
10:00  Carlton 60.6 JIMENEZ, A.G.*; KINSEY, S.T.Reduced cost of Na+-K+ pump activity in large muscle fibers of the lobster, Homarus americanus. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  60
Muscle Physiology
10:20  Carlton 60.7 WELCH, KC*; KEENEY, BK; ALTSHULER, DLAnatomy of the hummingbird flight motor 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  60
Muscle Physiology
10:40  Carlton 60.8 TRUMBLE, S.J.*; HAWKE, T.J.; PEARSON, L.E.; KANATOUS, S.B.Skeletal muscle lipids in Weddell seals (Leptonychotes weddellii): Differences in age class and possible response to resource limitations 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  60
Muscle Physiology
11:00  Carlton 60.9 SAPIR, N.*; NATHAN, R.; WIKELSKI, M.Heart-rates of European bee-eaters migrating over southern Israel 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  60
Muscle Physiology
11:20  Carlton 60.10 JIMENEZ, A.G.; LOCKE, B.R.; KINSEY, S.T.*The influence of oxygen and high-energy phosphate diffusion on metabolic scaling in three species of tail-flipping crustaceans. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  60
Muscle Physiology
11:40  Carlton 60.11 COUGHLIN, D.J.Does urea affect the calcium binding properties of parvalbumin and thereby alter muscle relaxation in trout? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  61
Developmental Cell Biology
Invertebrate Embryonic Development
08:00  Grand Ballroom D 61.1 FRAIRE-ZAMORA, JJ*; CARDULLO, RAMolecular differences between male and hermaphrodite sperm in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  61
Developmental Cell Biology
Invertebrate Embryonic Development
08:20  Grand Ballroom D 61.2 MOOI, R.*; DAVID, B.Axes of evol: Anterior-posterior body patterning is congruent with a disordered Hox cluster in echinoderms 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  61
Developmental Cell Biology
Invertebrate Embryonic Development
08:40  Grand Ballroom D 61.3 MERRY, J.W.*; RUTOWSKI, R.L.Does body size limit eye size in Drosophila melanogaster? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  61
Developmental Cell Biology
Invertebrate Embryonic Development
09:00  Grand Ballroom D 61.4 DICK, M.H.; GORDON, D.P.; LIDGARD, S.*; MAWATARI, S.F.Parallel evolution of key innovations in a phylum of modular animals 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  61
Developmental Cell Biology
Invertebrate Embryonic Development
09:20  Grand Ballroom D 61.5 SMITH III, Julian P.S.*; EGGER, Bernhard ; TYLER, Seth; LADURNER, Peter; ACHATZ, Johannes; MERLIE, SaraNeoblasts in Nemertodermatida 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  62
Developmental Cell Biology
Larval Development
10:00  Grand Ballroom D 62.1 HUANG, Ying*; HADFIELD, Michael GIdentifying genes from a marine bacterium that are involved in metamorphic induction of the tube worm Hydroides elegans 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  62
Developmental Cell Biology
Larval Development
10:20  Grand Ballroom D 62.2 HADFIELD, M. G.*; HUGGETT, M.Larval settlement, primary tube formation, and the role of the primary tube in the polychaete Hydroides elegans 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  62
Developmental Cell Biology
Larval Development
10:40  Grand Ballroom D 62.3 STANTON, Daniel L*; SMITH III, Julian PSThe Role of Melatonin in the Cellular Processes in the suppression of Asexual Reproduction in Stenostomum virginianum (Platyhelminthes, Catenulida) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  62
Developmental Cell Biology
Larval Development
11:00  Grand Ballroom D 62.5 LENKOWSKI, J.R.**; MCLAUGHLIN, K.M.Disruption of tissue morphogenesis in pesticide-exposed Xenopus laevis tadpoles 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  63
Macroevolution and Paleobiology
Morphology
08:20  Grand Ballroom E 63.1 ORGAN, Chris*; MEADE, Andrew; PAGEL, MarkBayesian Inference of Discrete Character States 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  63
Macroevolution and Paleobiology
Morphology
08:40  Grand Ballroom E 63.3 LUND, R.*; GROGAN, E.D.Tooth Whorls in Chondrichthyes: The Edestoids, Helicoprion, and other Nightmarish Sharks of the Past 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  63
Macroevolution and Paleobiology
Morphology
09:00  Grand Ballroom E 63.4 DEMAINTENON, MartaBody size within species groups; do snail taxa have a specific size? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  63
Macroevolution and Paleobiology
Morphology
09:20  Grand Ballroom E 63.5 MAHLER, D.L.Convergence and parallelism in the evolution of Anolis tail length 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  64
Macroevolution and Paleobiology
Radiation Speciation and Parallelism
10:00  Grand Ballroom E 64.1 DACOSTA, J.M.*; SHULL, H.C.; SEFC, K.M.; BALAKRISHNAN, C.N.; PAYNE, R.B.; SORENSON, M.D.Recent sympatric diversification of brood parasitic indigobirds: setting an upper limit on speciation times. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  64
Macroevolution and Paleobiology
Radiation Speciation and Parallelism
10:20  Grand Ballroom E 64.2 VENDETTI, J.E.The fossil neogastropod genus Bruclarkia in the Eastern Pacific: investigations of its endemism and speciation  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  64
Macroevolution and Paleobiology
Radiation Speciation and Parallelism
10:40  Grand Ballroom E 64.3 LOSOS, J.B.Is Adaptive Radiation an island phenomenon? Comparison of Mainland and West Indian Anolis Lizard Evolution 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  64
Macroevolution and Paleobiology
Radiation Speciation and Parallelism
11:00  Grand Ballroom E 64.4 ALFARO, ME*; HARMON, LJ; CARNEVALE, G; SANTINI, FDid the Fish-Specific Genome Duplication (FSGD) event spawn the teleost radiation? Evidence from the analysis of actinopterygian diversification rates.  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  64
Macroevolution and Paleobiology
Radiation Speciation and Parallelism
11:20  Grand Ballroom E 64.5 MCCUE, M.D.Hyperoxia reduces the costs of digestion in snakes: Investigating the energetic consequences of the paleoatmosphere 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  64
Macroevolution and Paleobiology
Radiation Speciation and Parallelism
11:40  Grand Ballroom E 64.6 WARWICK, A.R.; HOPKINS*, M.J. ; BERENDZEN, P.B. ; THURMAN , C.L. *Morphological, Physiological, and Genetic Variation in the Red-Jointed Fiddler Crab, Uca minax (Le Conte) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental Endocrinology
08:20  Griffin 65.1 BUTLER, L.K.*; RIES, L.; HAYDEN, T.J.; BISSON, I.-A.; WIKELSKI, M.; ROMERO, L.M.Physiological and demographic effects of roads on an endangered, old-growth specialist and a common generalist 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental Endocrinology
08:40  Griffin 65.2 FOLTZ, S.L.*; DAVIS, J.E.; LEI, F.; WINGFIELD, J.C.Hormone Levels in Laying and Non-Laying Female Eurasian Tree Sparrows on the Tibetan Plateau 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental Endocrinology
09:00  Griffin 65.3 CORNELIUS, J.M.*; ZYLBERBERG, M.; BREUNER, C.W.; HAHN, T.P.Stress physiology and parasite burden differ during winter and summer breeding in a north-temperate zone temporal opportunist, the red crossbill Loxia curvirostra 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental Endocrinology
09:20  Griffin 65.4 ASTHEIMER, Lee B*; PRYKE, Sarah R; MAUTE, Kim; GRIFFITH, Simon C; BUTTEMER, William AEffects of diet quality on glucocorticoid characteristics in Gouldian finch: lessons for evaluating avian health 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental Endocrinology
09:40  Griffin 65.5 CHEEK, A.O.Hypoxia alters gonadal androgen synthesis in the estuarine fish Fundulus grandis 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  66
Complementary Session: Cell-Cell Signaling Drives the Evolution of Complex Traits
Cell-Cell Signaling
10:20  Griffin 66.1 MARLOW, H. Q.; ROETTINGER, E.; MARTINDALE, M.Q.*Notch signaling during embryogenesis in the cnidarian Nematostella vectensis 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  66
Complementary Session: Cell-Cell Signaling Drives the Evolution of Complex Traits
Cell-Cell Signaling
10:40  Griffin 66.2 SWALLA, B.J.Development and Evolution of Ptychoderid Hemichordates 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  66
Complementary Session: Cell-Cell Signaling Drives the Evolution of Complex Traits
Cell-Cell Signaling
11:20  Griffin 66.4 HARJUNMAA, E.**; THESLEFF, I.; JERNVALL, J.Tinkering with ectodysplasin reveals the dynamic basis of tooth development and morphology 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  67
Feeding
Biteforce
08:00  Harbor I 67.1 GIGNAC, P. M.*; ERICKSON, G. M.Biomechanical modeling of bite-force generation in the America alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) throughout ontogeny 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  67
Feeding
Biteforce
08:20  Harbor I 67.2 PFALLER, Joseph B*; ERICKSON, Gregory MIntraspecific scaling of bite-force generation in a durophagous turtle, Sternotherus minor minor 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  67
Feeding
Biteforce
08:40  Harbor I 67.3 SPAGNA, J.C.*; PATEK, S.N.; SUAREZ, A.V.Polymorphic trap-jaws: intra- and interspecific scaling of jaw forces in trap-jaw ants 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  67
Feeding
Biteforce
09:00  Harbor I 67.4 HABEGGER, M.L*; MOTTA, P.J; HUBER, D.RFeeding Biomechanics and Bite Force in bull sharks (Carcharhinus leucas) over ontogeny 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  67
Feeding
Biteforce
09:20  Harbor I 67.5 TANNER, J. B.*; DUMONT, E. R.; SAKAI, S. T.; LUNDRIGAN, B. L.; HOLEKAMP, K. E.The role of the fronto-parietal sinus during bone-cracking in spotted hyenas 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  68
Feeding
Fish I
10:00  Harbor I 68.1 GIBB, A*; PACE, C; FERRY-GRAHAM, L; ARENA, A; PORTER WOLFE, HIs there functional convergence among ray-finned fishes with a crocodilian-like morphology? Feeding behavior of the small piscivore Belonesox belizanus 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  68
Feeding
Fish I
10:20  Harbor I 68.2 MARTIN, Christopher H.*; WAINWRIGHT, Peter C.Divergence in trophic morphology and diet within a young radiation of Cyprinodon pupfishes on San Salvador Island, Bahamas  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  68
Feeding
Fish I
10:40  Harbor I 68.3 CLARK, A/J*; MARAVILLA, E/J; SUMMERS, A/PBiomechanics of feeding in a jawless fish 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  68
Feeding
Fish I
11:00  Harbor I 68.4 GIDMARK, NJ*; STAAB, KL; HERNANDEZ, JP; BRAINERD, ELXROMM analysis of 3D skeletal movement during premaxillary protrusion in common carp 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  68
Feeding
Fish I
11:20  Harbor I 68.5 SANFORD , C. P. J.*; DAY, S. ; KONOW, N.The Role of Mouth Shape on the Hydrodynamics of Suction Feeding in Fishes 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  68
Feeding
Fish I
11:40  Harbor I 68.6 RAMSAY, J.B.*; WILGA, C.D.Jaw depressor function during feeding in little skates, Leucoraja erinacea 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  69
Locomotion
Balance and Stability
08:00  Harbor II 69.1 NAUWELAERTS, S*; MALONE, S; CLAYTON, HMDevelopment of interlimb coordination in young horses 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  69
Locomotion
Balance and Stability
08:20  Harbor II 69.2 TAN, Huiling*; WILSON, Alan M.Turning Performance of Horses 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  69
Locomotion
Balance and Stability
08:40  Harbor II 69.3 MORENO, C.A.*; BIEWENER, A.A.Quadrupedal Turning Behaviors: Mechanics and Gait Preference 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  69
Locomotion
Balance and Stability
09:00  Harbor II 69.4 ASTLEY, H.C.*; JAYNE, B.C.Arboreal habitat structure affects the performance and modes of locomotion of corn snakes (Elaphe guttata) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  69
Locomotion
Balance and Stability
09:20  Harbor II 69.5 LAMMERS, A.R.*; ZURCHER, U.How does a small arboreal mammal use its tail to maintain its balance while traveling on tree branches? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  70
Locomotion
Flight Bats
10:00  Harbor II 70.1 ARMOUR, Maria T.Patterns of Variation in Chiropteran Wing Folding: With Special Attention to Differences in Joint Morphology 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  70
Locomotion
Flight Bats
10:20  Harbor II 70.2 SWARTZ, SM*; RISKIN, DK; IRIARTE, J; MIDDLETON, KM; BREUER, KSScaling of flight characteristics in bats 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  70
Locomotion
Flight Bats
10:40  Harbor II 70.3 IRIARTE-DIAZ, J*; RISKIN, D. K.; SWARTZ, S. M.No net thrust on the upstroke: the effect of wing inertia on body accelerations of fruit bats during flight 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  70
Locomotion
Flight Bats
11:00  Harbor II 70.4 WILLIS, D.J.*; RISKIN, D.K.; SWARTZ, S.M.; PERAIRE, J.; BREUER, K.S.Computational modeling of the aeromechanics of a bat (Cynopterus brachyotis)  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  70
Locomotion
Flight Bats
11:20  Harbor II 70.5 HUBEL, Tatjana*; BREUER, Kenneth; SWARTZ, SharonIndividual variability in the aerodynamics and kinematics of bat flight  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  70
Locomotion
Flight Bats
11:40  Harbor II 70.6 RISKIN, D K*; BAHLMAN, J Wm; HUBEL, T Y; RATCLIFFE, J M; KUNZ, T H; SWARTZ, S MOh what a feeling: the kinematics and kinetics of landing on a ceiling. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  71
Evolutionary Morphology
Suction Feeding
08:00  Harbor III 71.1 GROGAN, E.D.*; LUND, RHeads, Jaws, and Feeding: In Search of the Basal Chondrichthyan Condition.  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  71
Evolutionary Morphology
Suction Feeding
08:40  Harbor III 71.3 WAINWRIGHT, P.C.**; HOLZMAN, R.A.; MEHTA, R.S.; HULSEY, C.D.Integrated diversification of suction feeding performance in centrarchid and cichlid fishes 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  71
Evolutionary Morphology
Suction Feeding
09:00  Harbor III 71.4 CARROLL, Andrew M.*; HUSKEY, Steve; WAINWRIGHT, Peter C.Muscle mass limtis suction feeding performance among three centrarchid species. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  71
Evolutionary Morphology
Suction Feeding
09:20  Harbor III 71.5 COLLAR, D.*; REVELL, L.Correlated evolution of feeding morphology in piscivorous versus non-piscivorous centrarchid fishes 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  72
Evolution Morphology
Novelty
10:00  Harbor III 72.1 HERNANDEZ, L. P.*; STAAB, K. L. Turning a model on its head: Using zebrafish to investigate the origin and evolution of morphological novelty 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  72
Evolution Morphology
Novelty
10:20  Harbor III 72.2 BIRD, Nathan C.*; HERNANDEZ, L. PatriciaConstructing a complex morphological novelty: Insights from growth, development, and genetics of the cypriniform Weberian apparatus 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  72
Evolution Morphology
Novelty
10:40  Harbor III 72.3 STAAB, KL*; HERNANDEZ, LPKinethmoid-Mediated Premaxillary Protrusion: Development of a Complex Trait Provides Clues to Its Evolution 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  72
Evolution Morphology
Novelty
11:00  Harbor III 72.4 MEHTA, Rita/S*; ALFARO, Mike/E; WAINWRIGHT, Peter/CCranial diversity in Anguilliform fishes: does morphological disparity lead to lower levels of modular integration?  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  72
Evolution Morphology
Novelty
11:20  Harbor III 72.5 DORNBURG, A*; SIDLAUSKAS, BL; SORENSON, L; SANTINI, F; ALFARO, MEMorphological and Mechanical Patterns of Evolution in Triggerfish Fins 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  72
Evolution Morphology
Novelty
11:40  Harbor III 72.6 ADRIAENS, D.*; CHRISTIAENS, J.Candiru catfish ... a fish with many names and many novelties 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  73
Terrestrial Locomotion
Hopping
08:00  Webster 73.1 GUTMANN, A.K.*; BERTRAM, J.E.A.; RUINA, A.Metabolic Cost of Human Hopping: Linking Mechanics and Physiology of Locomotion 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  73
Terrestrial Locomotion
Hopping
08:20  Webster 73.2 YOO, E/H*; LEE, D/V; BIEWENER, A/AActuation and compliance of goat foreleg during landing jumps 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  73
Terrestrial Locomotion
Hopping
08:40  Webster 73.3 EVANGELISTA, Dennis J.Up, up, and away! The jump of the amphipod Apohyale pugettensis 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  73
Terrestrial Locomotion
Hopping
09:00  Webster 73.4 MCGOWAN, C.P.Could Giant Kangaroos Hop? Scaling of tendon geometry and skeletal features.  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  73
Terrestrial Locomotion
Hopping
09:20  Webster 73.5 CHI, K. -J.*; SCHMITT, D.; ROTH, V. L.Different functional mechanisms of foot-footpad complex for plantigrade and digitigrade mammals in the context of locomotion 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  74
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
10:00  Webster 74.1 ELLERS, O*; YOSHIMURA, K; MOTOKAWA, T; JOHNSON, A.S.An inverted pendulum model for underwater walking 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  74
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
10:20  Webster 74.2 BIKNEVICIUS, A.R.*; MCELROY, E.J.; JOHNSON, S.D. ; BENNETT, M.B. ; REILLY, S.M. Primitive, Protected and Pendullar: Locomotor Dynamics of Echidnas and Hedgehogs 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  74
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
10:40  Webster 74.3 BIEWENER, A A*; ROS, I; LEE, D V; ANTONNEN, J; HIGGINS, TGround Reaction Force and Center of Mass Dynamics of Goats and Dogs during Trotting and Galloping. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  74
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
11:00  Webster 74.4 WAKELING, James M*; BLAKE, OllieMaximizing power and efficiency from a limb during cyclic contractions 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  74
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
11:20  Webster 74.5 CLIFFORD, Andrew/BThe Evolution of Unguligrady and Forefoot Mechanics in Even-Toed Ungulates 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  74
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
11:40  Webster 74.6 ROS, Ivo G*; BIEWENER, Andrew A; LEE, David V; ANTONEN, Jennifer; HIGGINS, TrevorMechanical Differences between Trotting and Galloping in Quadrupeds 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  75
Metabolism, Part II
13:00  Grand Ballroom C 75.1 O'CONNOR, M.P.*; HONARVAR, S.; SOTHERLAND, P.R.; SPOTILA, J.R.Biophysical factors affecting gas exchange in sea turtle nests 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  75
Metabolism, Part II
13:20  Grand Ballroom C 75.2 PRATT, K L*; WILSON, R S; BLOMBERG, S P; FRANKLIN, C EDiving and digestion - the effect of an elevated metabolic rate on submergence in an aquatic ectotherm 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  75
Metabolism, Part II
13:40  Grand Ballroom C 75.3 SIEG, A*; OCONNOR, M; AGOSTA, S; MCNAIR, J; GRANT, B; DUNHAM, AOrthogonal Regression and Phylogenetic Correction Applied to Mammalian Metabolic Allometry 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  75
Metabolism, Part II
14:00  Grand Ballroom C 75.4 SMIT, B.; MCKECHNIE, A.E.*Avian seasonal metabolic adjustments in a southern subtropical desert: winter down-regulation of basal metabolic rate 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  75
Metabolism, Part II
14:20  Grand Ballroom C 75.5 TIELEMAN, B.I.*; VERSTEEGH, M.A.; FRIES, A.; HELM, B.; DINGEMANSE, N.J.; GIBBS, H.L.; WILLIAMS, J.B.Genetic modulation of energy metabolism in birds through mitochondrial function 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  75
Metabolism, Part II
14:40  Grand Ballroom C 75.6 WATERS, James S.*; HOLBROOK, C. Tate; FEWELL, Jennifer H.; HARRISON, Jon F.Allometric scaling of whole colony metabolic rate in Pogonomyrmex californicus 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  76
Conservation Biology
13:00  Commonwealth A 76.1 ARENA, A.J.*; GIBB, A.C.What's for Dinner? Feeding Ecology of Two Native Fish in Fossil Creek, AZ 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  76
Conservation Biology
13:20  Commonwealth A 76.2 BEEKEY, Mark A.*; MATTEI, Jennifer H.Project Limulus: What long term mark/recapture studies reveal about horseshoe crab population dynamics in Long Island Sound. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  76
Conservation Biology
13:40  Commonwealth A 76.3 TAVERNIA, B.G.*; REED, J.M.Urbanization measures are not interchangeable: effects of spatial scale and habitat context  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  76
Conservation Biology
14:00  Commonwealth A 76.4 MAHON, A.R.*; SENAPATI, S.; FEDER, J.L.; CHANG, H-C.; LODGE, D.M.Rapid detection of invasive species in ballast water using molecular methods 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  76
Conservation Biology
14:20  Commonwealth A 76.5 GLENNON, K.L.*; HILL, E.A. ; DONALDSON, J; CHURCH, S.A.Evaluating ecological and morphological differences between the endangered Roan Mountain bluet and its common congener, Houstonia purpurea 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  76
Conservation Biology
14:40  Commonwealth A 76.6 DUBANSKY, Benjamin D.*; GALVEZ, FernandoThe physiological costs of fish gill remodeling following infection by freshwater mussel larvae.  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  77
Mechanisms of Behavior: Sensory Biology
13:00  Commonwealth B 77.1 MEDINA, J.M.*; TANKERSLEY, R.A.Role of chemical cues in the visual orientation of horseshoe crab larvae and juveniles. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  77
Mechanisms of Behavior: Sensory Biology
13:20  Commonwealth B 77.2 GARDINER, J.M.*; ATEMA, J.; HUETER, R.E.; MOTTA, P.J.Internarial timing differences steer sharks 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  77
Mechanisms of Behavior: Sensory Biology
13:40  Commonwealth B 77.3 PURI, Sakshi*; FAULKES, ZenDo crayfish like spicy foods? and other tests of crustacean nociception 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  77
Mechanisms of Behavior: Sensory Biology
14:00  Commonwealth B 77.4 PHILLIPS, John B.*; DOMMER, David H.; TRAN, Dan Q.; GNIRKE, Matthew H.; FLINT, Christopher D.; PAINTER, Michael S.Light-dependent magnetic compass of larval Drosophila. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  77
Mechanisms of Behavior: Sensory Biology
14:20  Commonwealth B 77.5 CUNNINGHAM, Gregory B*; STRAUSS, VenessaTitle: Further studies investigating the behavioral responses of African penguins (Spheniscus demersus) to olfactory stimuli. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  77
Mechanisms of Behavior: Sensory Biology
14:40  Commonwealth B 77.6 TALLEY, Jennifer L.*; CHIEL, Hillel J.; WHITE, Edward B.; WILLIS, Mark A.Using characterized air flow to explain insect pheromone tracking behavior. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  78
Complementary Session: Insect Evolution
13:00  Burroughs 78.1 SISON-MANGUS, M.P.*; ZACCARDI, G.; KELBER, A.; BRISCOE, A.D.Duplicate UV opsins for co-mimicking Heliconius butterflies 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  78
Complementary Session: Insect Evolution
13:20  Burroughs 78.2 SINCLAIR, BJ*; RAJAMOHAN, APlasticity in chilling survival of Drosophila melanogaster larvae 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  78
Complementary Session: Insect Evolution
13:40  Burroughs 78.3 GRAY, Emilie M*; ROCCA, Kyle AC; BESANSKY, Nora JChromosomal inversion effects on aridity tolerance in the mosquito Anopheles gambiae 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  78
Complementary Session: Insect Evolution
14:00  Burroughs 78.4 BUCHWALTER, DB*; FLIPPIN, JL; XIE, LMercury (II) bioaccumulation and antioxidant physiology in four aquatic insects 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  78
Complementary Session: Insect Evolution
14:20  Burroughs 78.5 SUZUKI, Takao*; KURATANI, ShigeruMorphological Integration of Moth Wing Patterns Cryptically Mimicking a Dead Leaf 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  78
Complementary Session: Insect Evolution
14:40  Burroughs 78.6 RAGLAND, GJ*; SIM, S; FEDER, JL; HAHN, DADivergence of diapause physiology in a speciating insect: do changes in diapause energetics accompany the evolution of seasonal timing in the apple maggot fly?  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  79
Regulation of Behavior
13:00  Carlton 79.1 JAWOR, Jodie*; DEVRIES, SusanResponse to gonadotropin-releasing hormone and behavior in female northern cardinals, (Cardinalis cardinalis). 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  79
Regulation of Behavior
13:20  Carlton 79.2 COPELAND, D.L.*; EARLEY, R.L.Fighting is metabolically costly for both winners and losers in the convict cichlid fish Amatitlania nigrofasciata 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  79
Regulation of Behavior
13:40  Carlton 79.3 MUKAI, M.*; REPLOGLE, K.; WANG, G.; WACKER, D.; CLAYTON, D. F.; WINGFIELD, J. C.Effect of season and territorial aggression on hypothalamic gene expression in song sparrows 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  79
Regulation of Behavior
14:00  Carlton 79.4 TODD, Nancy E.*; NEFF, MattReduction of bubble nest frequency and size by male Betta splendens after exposure to 17Estradiol 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  79
Regulation of Behavior
14:20  Carlton 79.5 KIDD, M.R.*; HOFMANN, H.A.Sex and Prostaglandin: Towards a Mechanistic View of Mate Choice 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  79
Regulation of Behavior
14:40  Carlton 79.6 WILCOXEN, T.E.*; SCHOECH, S.J.; BRIDGE, E.S.; BOUGHTON, R.K.; REYNOLDS, S.J.Changes in Reproductive Hormones with Age in the Florida Scrub-Jay (Aphelocoma coerulescens) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  80
Behavioral Ecology: Reproductive Behavior
13:00  Grand Ballroom D 80.1 ADAMS, Rick A.The dark side of climate change: warmer and drier weather patterns significantly curtail reproductive efforts for western bats.  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  80
Behavioral Ecology: Reproductive Behavior
13:20  Grand Ballroom D 80.2 KIM, Tae Won*; KIM, Sunhye; CHOI, Jae Boong; CHOE, Jae ChunAngkor Wat on the intertidal mudflats: Towers built by the manicure crab Cleistostoma dilatatum (de Haan) for thermo-regulated ventilation  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  80
Behavioral Ecology: Reproductive Behavior
13:40  Grand Ballroom D 80.3 WILLIS, P.M.*; SYMULA, R.E.; RYAN, M.J.Ecological correlates of hybridization in wood warblers (family Parulidae): a mate choice perspective 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  80
Behavioral Ecology: Reproductive Behavior
14:00  Grand Ballroom D 80.4 EARLEY, RL*; CAMPBELL, JM; HSU, YConsistent behavioral and life history variation within clones of the killifish Kryptolebias marmoratus 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  80
Behavioral Ecology: Reproductive Behavior
14:20  Grand Ballroom D 80.5 ORR, Teri J*; LINDENFLORS, Patrick ; DALEN, Love ; ANGERBJOERN, Anders ; GARLAND, Theodore Jr.Delayed implantation in carnivores, causes and consequences and reproductive effort.  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  80
Behavioral Ecology: Reproductive Behavior
14:40  Grand Ballroom D 80.6 MILLER, Christine W.*; FLETCHER, Robert J.The type and timing of social information alters offspring production in the cactus bug, Chelinidea vittiger (Hemiptera: Coreidae) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  81
Crustacean Endocrinology
13:00  Grand Ballroom E 81.1 MANOR , R.*; WEIL, S.; ROSEN, O.; GAFNI, O.; GLAZER, L.; AFLALO, E.D.; VENTURA, T.; SAGI, A.Identification of the Protein Product of an Insulin-Like Gene Uniquely Expressed in the Androgenic Gland of Crayfish 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  81
Crustacean Endocrinology
13:20  Grand Ballroom E 81.2 VENTURA, T.*; MANOR, R.; AFLALO, E.D.; WEIL, S.; GLAZER, L.; SAGI, A.Insulin-like gene in prawn sexual differentiation  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  81
Crustacean Endocrinology
13:40  Grand Ballroom E 81.3 COVI, J.A.*; MYKLES, D.L.Regulation of ecdysteroidogenesis in the decapod molting gland: a new synthesis 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  81
Crustacean Endocrinology
14:00  Grand Ballroom E 81.4 KATAYAMA, Hidekazu; CHUNG, J. Sook*Co-localization of the specific binding sites of crustacean hyperglycemic hormones (CHHs) of eyestalk and pericardial organ on multiple tissues of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  81
Crustacean Endocrinology
14:20  Grand Ballroom E 81.5 ZMORA, N.*; TSUTSUI, N.; TRANT, J.; CHUNG, J. SookAn additional role for molt-inhibiting hormone in the mature female blue crab Callinectes sapidus as a vitellogenesis stimulating hormone 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  82
Outreach, Education & Policy
13:00  Griffin 82.1 WONG, G.K.Creating Interactive Instructional Experiences By Utilizing Technology To Enhance Student Learning 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  82
Outreach, Education & Policy
13:20  Griffin 82.2 VOLTZOW, J.Back to the Origin: Incorporating Darwin in Introductory Courses 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  82
Outreach, Education & Policy
13:40  Griffin 82.3 HIEBERT, S.M.*; MORSE, M.P.Undergraduate Research: Benefiting Students and Professors  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  82
Outreach, Education & Policy
14:00  Griffin 82.4 GRABOWSKY, Gail*; KAHAKUI, Donna K.; ECKART, LaniService-Learning and Values-Based Discussions Enhance Science Education and Student Engagement 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  82
Outreach, Education & Policy
14:20  Griffin 82.5 ARONOWSKY, A.*; ANGIELCZYK, K.D.Teaching evolution and biology using 3D virtual worlds; the I Dig Tanzania! project. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  83
Fish Feeding Morphology
13:00  Harbor I 83.1 BISHOP, K.L.*; WAINWRIGHT, P.C.; HOLZMAN, R.Anterior to Posterior Wave of Buccal Expansion in Suction Feeding Fish is Critical for Optimizing Fluid Flow Velocity Profile 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  83
Fish Feeding Morphology
13:20  Harbor I 83.2 CAMP, A.L.*; KONOW, N.; SANFORD, C.P.Trapezoids and tongues: the evolution of prey-processing mechanics in teleost fish 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  83
Fish Feeding Morphology
13:40  Harbor I 83.3 ROOS, G.*; VAN WASSENBERGH, S.; LEYSEN, H.; HERREL, A.; ADRIAENS, D.; AERTS, P.Ontogeny of feeding kinematics in the seahorse Hippocampus reidi from newly born to adult 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  83
Fish Feeding Morphology
14:00  Harbor I 83.4 PAIG-TRAN, Misty EW*; STROTHER, James A; SUMMERS, Adam PEstimating the ram suspension feeding efficiency of elasmobranchs 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  83
Fish Feeding Morphology
14:20  Harbor I 83.5 KERFOOT, J.R.*; TURINGAN, R.G.Similarity and disparity in prey-capture kinematics between the invasive Belonesox belizanus and the native Micropterus floridanus, with implications for the ecological interaction between invasive and native species.  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  83
Fish Feeding Morphology
14:40  Harbor I 83.6 WILGA, Cheryl D.Hyoid And Pharyngeal Arch Function During Ventilation And Feeding In Elasmobranchs 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  84
Locomotion - Flight
Insect Wing Movement
13:00  Harbor II 84.1 ROBERTS, S.P.*; VANCE, J.T.; WILLIAMS, J.B.; ELEKONICH, M.M.The effects of age and behavioral development on the flight performance of honey bees 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  84
Locomotion - Flight
Insect Wing Movement
13:20  Harbor II 84.2 COMBES, S.A.*; PALEN, W.P.Flight performance and aggression in jousting orchid bees: What determines success in competitive interactions? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  84
Locomotion - Flight
Insect Wing Movement
13:40  Harbor II 84.3 BERMAN, Gordon*; RISTROPH, Leif; LYON, Brad; BERGOU, Attila; COHEN, Itai; WANG, Z. JaneThe ascent of freely-flying fruit flies 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  84
Locomotion - Flight
Insect Wing Movement
14:00  Harbor II 84.4 RISTROPH, L. G.*; BERMAN, G. J.; BERGOU, A. J.; WANG, Z. J.; COHEN, I.Sideways flying by phased wing flipping 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  84
Locomotion - Flight
Insect Wing Movement
14:20  Harbor II 84.5 HU, Zheng; DENG, Xinyan*Aerodynamic Effect of Forewing-Hindwing Interactions in Hovering and Forward Flight of Dragonfly 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  84
Locomotion - Flight
Insect Wing Movement
14:40  Harbor II 84.6 SANTHANAKRISHNAN, Arvind*; MILLER, Laura ; DICKSON, William; DICKINSON, MichaelAerodynamics of Small Insect Flight and the Role of Bristled Wings 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  85
Sexual Selection I
13:00  Harbor III 85.1 WELCH, A.M.*; SMITH, M.J.; GERHARDT, H.C.Heritability and genetic correlation of call duration and condition in gray treefrogs: a test of genic-capture 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  85
Sexual Selection I
13:20  Harbor III 85.2 NOH, SGeographical variation in female and male song preference in Chrysoperla lucasina 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  85
Sexual Selection I
13:40  Harbor III 85.3 HILL, G. E. *; MCGRAW, K. J.; LIGON, R. A.The evolution of carotenoid pigment systems: a biochemical and phylogenetic approach 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  85
Sexual Selection I
14:00  Harbor III 85.4 BALDWIN, J. L.*; JOHNSEN, S.Pining for Pinups: the importance of color in mate choice of the blue crab Callinectes sapidus  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  85
Sexual Selection I
14:20  Harbor III 85.5 JOHNSON, S.L.*; BROCKMANN, H.J.Do Horseshoe Crabs Benefit from Polyandry? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  85
Sexual Selection I
14:40  Harbor III 85.6 KARSTEN, K.B.*; ANDRIAMANDIMBIARISOA, L.N.; FOX, S.F.; RAXWORTHY, C.J.Sexual selection on body size and secondary sexual characters in two closely related, sympatric chameleon species in Madagascar 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  86
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
13:00  Webster 86.1 USHERWOOD, JRCompass-gait mechanics constrains walking speed in bipeds 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  86
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
13:20  Webster 86.2 LIEBERMAN, DE*; WERBEL, W; DAOUD, ABiomechanics of foot strike in habitually barefoot versus shod runners 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  86
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
13:40  Webster 86.3 BOWTELL, M V*; TAN, H; WILSON, A MEffect of varying weight and inertia on maximum attainable running speed in humans 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  86
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
14:00  Webster 86.4 LEE, J.*; CHOI, J.T.; BASTIAN, A.J.; COWAN, N.J.Fitting the closed-loop dynamics of human running on a split-belt treadmill 
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  86
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
14:20  Webster 86.5 LI, C.*; UMBANHOWAR, P.; KOMSUOGLU, H.; KODITSCHEK, D.E.; GOLDMAN, D.I.Enhancement of legged robot speed on granular media using kinematics which promote solidification  
  Tuesday, Jan. 6  86
Terrestrial Locomotion
Running
14:40  Webster 86.6 SEIPEL, Justin E*; FULL, Robert JHow Center-of-Mass Dynamics of Hexapedal Locomotion Collapses to a Single Leg Template Model 


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