SICB 2010 Meeting, Seattle WA, Jan. 3-7, 2010

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
07:45  602/603 S1.0 HOLLAND, L.Z.*; SOWER, S.*Opening Remarks 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
08:00  602/603 S1.1 HOLLAND, L.Z.*; SHORT, S.From Genome to Development in Amphioxus 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
08:30  602/603 S1.2 KUBOKAWA, K*; TANDO, TEvolution of reproductive endocrine system in chordates 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
09:00  602/603 S1.3 PARIS, M*; ESCRIVA, H; SCHUBERT, M; BRUNET, F; BRTKO, J; CIESIELSKI, F; JAMIN, E; CRAVEDI, JP; RENAUD, JP; SCANLAN, TS; HOLLAND, ND; LAUDET, VAmphioxus thyroid hormone signaling pathway and the evolution of metamorphosis in chordates 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
09:30  602/603 S1.4 ZELLER, R.W.Tunicate genomics: a window into chordate development and evolution 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
10:30  602/603 S1.5 PANI, A; DARRAS, S; ARONOWICZ, J; LOWE, C J*Early deuterostome origins of the vertebrate head 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
11:00  602/603 S1.6 SHERWOOD, Nancy/M*; ROCH, Graeme/J; TELLO, Javier/AGenomics of Amphioxus and Tunicates: Tracing the Evolution of the Endocrine System 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
11:30  602/603 S1.7 SAUKA-SPENGLER, TSympathoadrenal lineage in lampreys 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
13:00  602/603 S1.8 RETAUX, S*; OSORIO, J; GUERIN, A; XIAO, JH; KANO, SMidline signaling and the evolution of the lamprey forebrain 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
13:30  602/603 S1.9 SOWER, STACIA A.*; KOSUGI, TAKAYOSHI; AQUILINA-BECK, ALLISAN; FREAMAT, MIHAELOrigins of the Neuroendocrine System in a Basal Vertebrate, the Sea Lamprey 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
14:00  602/603 S1.10 KURAKU, S\'Post-2R\' cyclostomes: a molecular phylogenetic view of the vertebrate ancestor 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S1
Late Breaking Symposium: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics: Endocrinology and Development in Amphioxus, Tunicates and Lampreys
14:30  602/603 S1.11 LARHAMMAR, DEarly vertebrate chromosome duplications and the evolution of the neuropeptide Y receptor gene regions 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S2
Metabolism, Life History and Aging
08:00  607 S2.1 AUSTAD, Steven NComparative Biology of Aging in the 21st Century 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S2
Metabolism, Life History and Aging
08:30  607 S2.2 VAN VOORHIES, W.A.*; GOTTSCHLING, D.E.Metabolic Function and Aging in Yeast 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S2
Metabolism, Life History and Aging
09:00  607 S2.3 SPEAKMAN, JohnThe heat dissipation limitation theory and the evolution of life histories 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S2
Metabolism, Life History and Aging
10:00  607 S2.4 HULBERT, AJMetabolism and Longevity: is there a role for membrane fatty acids? 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S2
Metabolism, Life History and Aging
10:30  607 S2.5 JUDD, Evan T; DREWRY, Michelle; WRIGHT, Katharine; WESSELS, Frank; HAHN, Daniel A; HATLE, John D*Nutrient allocation in long-lived ovariectomized grasshoppers: tests of the disposable soma hypothesis 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S2
Metabolism, Life History and Aging
11:00  607 S2.6 LEWIS, K.; MELE, J.; KIM, S.-A.; BUFFENSTEIN, R.*Xenobiotic metabolism, lifespan and aging 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S2
Metabolism, Life History and Aging
13:00  607 S2.7 PROMISLOW, DanielA network perspective on metabolism and aging 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S2
Metabolism, Life History and Aging
13:30  607 S2.8 WILLIAMS, J.BFunctional linkages for the pace of life, life-history, and environment in birds 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S2
Metabolism, Life History and Aging
14:00  607 S2.9 SHI, Yun; LIU, YuHong; JERNIGAN, Amanda L; BHATTACHARYA, Arunabh; BUFFENSTEIN, Rochelle; AUSTAD, Steven N; VAN REMMEN, Holly *Skeletal muscle mitochondrial metabolism in three rodent species with disparate longevity 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S2
Metabolism, Life History and Aging
14:30  607 S2.10 BRONIKOWSKI, AnnePhysiological Evolution in Natural Populations of Snakes with Divergent Lifespans, but Negligible Senescence 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S3
Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities: A Symposium Marking the Contributions and Influence of Richard Strathmann
08:00  615/616 S3.1 GROSBERG, RK; VERMEIJ, G*Does life evolve differently in the sea? 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S3
Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities: A Symposium Marking the Contributions and Influence of Richard Strathmann
08:30  615/616 S3.2 EMLET, R.B.Evolution of morphological and functional novelties among invertebrate larvae - opportunities and limitations 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S3
Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities: A Symposium Marking the Contributions and Influence of Richard Strathmann
09:00  615/616 S3.3 OYARZUN, FX*; GROSBERG, RKEmpirical evidence of familial conflict in the sea 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S3
Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities: A Symposium Marking the Contributions and Influence of Richard Strathmann
09:30  615/616 S3.4 PALMER, A. RichardLearning, developmental plasticity and the evolution of morphological asymmetry 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S3
Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities: A Symposium Marking the Contributions and Influence of Richard Strathmann
10:30  615/616 S3.5 MCDONALD, K. A.*; GRUNBAUM, D.Swimming embryos point to planktonic performance standards for early-developmental motility 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S3
Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities: A Symposium Marking the Contributions and Influence of Richard Strathmann
11:00  615/616 S3.6 VAUGHN, D.*; ALLEN, J.D.The peril of the plankton 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S3
Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities: A Symposium Marking the Contributions and Influence of Richard Strathmann
11:30  615/616 S3.7 KOEHL, M.*; HADFIELD, M.Hydrodynamics of larval settlement from a larva‚Äôs point of view 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S3
Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities: A Symposium Marking the Contributions and Influence of Richard Strathmann
13:00  615/616 S3.8 JACOBS, Molly W.*; PODOLSKY, Robert D.Developmental Variation, Carryover Effects, and the Importance of Scale and Context 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S3
Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities: A Symposium Marking the Contributions and Influence of Richard Strathmann
13:30  615/616 S3.9 COHEN, C.S.*; PADILLA, D.K.Balancing local differentiation and adaptation with dispersal potential: limits and opportunities for range extensions, divergence, and invasion 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S3
Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities: A Symposium Marking the Contributions and Influence of Richard Strathmann
14:00  615/616 S3.10 HART, M.W.**; MARKO, P.B.It\'s about time: divergence, demography, and the evolution of developmental modes in marine invertebrates 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S3
Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities: A Symposium Marking the Contributions and Influence of Richard Strathmann
14:30  615/616 S3.11 HARVELL, C.D.*; HEWSON, I.Climate Change and Invertebrate Microbial Interactions 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S4
Mechanics Without Muscle: Evolutionary Design of Macrophytes
08:30  617 S4.1 ROWE, N.P.How do climbing plants climb? 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S4
Mechanics Without Muscle: Evolutionary Design of Macrophytes
09:00  617 S4.2 BURGERT, I*; FRATZL, PPlant Movement Mechanisms - Cell Wall Architectures Enable Actuation without Muscles 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S4
Mechanics Without Muscle: Evolutionary Design of Macrophytes
09:30  617 S4.3 RUEGGEBERG, M.**; BURGERT, I.; FRATZL, P.Elucidating the mechanical principles of stem movements in heliotropism 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S4
Mechanics Without Muscle: Evolutionary Design of Macrophytes
10:30  617 S4.4 MACH, K.J.*; STAAF, A.V.; TEPLER, S.K.; BOHNHOFF, J.C.; DENNY, M.W.Killing them softly: failure by fatigue in the wave-swept macroalga Mazzaella 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S4
Mechanics Without Muscle: Evolutionary Design of Macrophytes
11:00  617 S4.5 BOLLER, M.L.Reconfiguration and the biomechanics of flexible wave-swept macroalgae 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S4
Mechanics Without Muscle: Evolutionary Design of Macrophytes
11:30  617 S4.6 MARTONE, Patrick T.Bending corallines: biomechanical adaptations of segmented calcified seaweeds 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S4
Mechanics Without Muscle: Evolutionary Design of Macrophytes
13:00  617 S4.7 SEIDEL, R.*; THIELEN, M.; SCHMITT, C.; BÜHRIG-POLACZEK, A.; FLECK, C.; SPECK, T.Functional Morphology and Biomechanics of Fruit Walls and Nut Shells: Concept Generators for Innovative Biomechanic Materials  
  Monday, Jan. 4  S4
Mechanics Without Muscle: Evolutionary Design of Macrophytes
13:30  617 S4.8 EDWARDS, J.*; WHITAKER, D.L.Floral Trebuchets, Airguns and Elaters Effect Rapid Spore Dispersal in Low Growing Plants 
  Monday, Jan. 4  S4
Mechanics Without Muscle: Evolutionary Design of Macrophytes
14:00  617 S4.9 FULOP, D; KRAMER, EM; DUMAIS, J*Pollinarium ejection and the evolution of hypervariable male flowers in Catasetum orchids 


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