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

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  AMS
AMS Keynote Address
19:00  TBA AMS.1 Winston, J.Life in the colonies: learning the foreign ways of colonial organisms 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  BERN
Howard Bern Lecture
18:30  TBA BERN.1 SCHRECK, C.B.Haruspication: Why Is The Endocrine System So Similar and Why Is It So Dissimilar Amongst Fishes? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  31
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
08:20  605/610 31.2 MALISKA, M.E.*; SWALLA, B.J.Settlement cues and their effect on gene flow in sibling species of rocky intertidal gastropods, Littorina plena and Littorina scutulata 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  31
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
08:40  605/610 31.3 PAGE, L.R.Cone snail metamorphosis: differentiation of the venom apparatus from the foregut of the planktotrophic larva. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  31
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
09:00  605/610 31.4 HODIN, J.*; BISHOP, C.D.; HEYLAND, A.Towards a metamorphic and settlement signaling network in echinoids 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  31
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
09:20  605/610 31.5 HADFIELD, M. G. *; CROLL, R. P.Formation and fate of the musculatue in larvae of the nudibranch Phestilla sibogae 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  31
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
10:00  605/610 31.6 MARKS, J.A.**; BIERMANN, C.H.Reproductive character displacement in egg-jelly carbohydrates reinforces mating barriers in two broadcast-spawning marine invertebrates 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  31
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
10:20  605/610 31.7 ZIGLER, Kirk S*; BYRNE, Maria; RAFF, Rudolf A; RAFF, Elizabeth C; LESSIOS, H ANatural hybridization in echinoderms: a case study from the sea urchin genus Pseudoboletia 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  31
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
10:40  605/610 31.8 BIERMANN, C.H.*; WHITE, T.A.; PALUMBI, S.R.Strongylocentrotus sea urchin eggs choose conspecific over heterospecific fertilization 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  31
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
11:00  605/610 31.9 MCALISTER, J/S*; MORAN, A/LAssaying echinoid eggs for evolutionary associations among egg size, egg composition, and egg energy 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  31
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
11:20  605/610 31.10 PERNET, B.*; MCHUGH, D.Differences in the timing of development of feeding structures and the acquisition of feeding ability between small-egg and large-egg larvae of Streblospio benedicti (Annelida, Spionidae) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  32
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water I
08:00  606 32.1 FERRY-GRAHAM, LA*; HUBER, DR; DEAN, M; CLAES, JM; MALLEFET, JPrey processing in chimaeroid fishes 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  32
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water I
08:20  606 32.2 GONZALEZ, P; CAMERON*, CB**Filter feeding in hemichordate worms and the evolution of the vertebrate adenohypophysis 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  32
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water I
08:40  606 32.3 GEERINCKX, Tom*; HERREL, Anthony; ADRIAENS, DominiqueSuckermouth armoured catfishes crack the paradox between respiration and suckermouth attachment 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  32
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water I
09:00  606 32.4 GIBB, A.C.; ARENA, A.*Prey acceptance and feeding kinematics in native and non-native fishes from Colorado River tributaries, or “My what a big mouth you have!” 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  32
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water I
09:20  606 32.5 BURNETTE, M.F.*; GIBB, A.C.Feeding behavior and jaw kinematics in Ptychocheilus lucius, an endangered, cyprinid piscivore. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  32
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water I
10:00  606 32.6 STAAB, KL*; FERRY-GRAHAM, LA; HERNANDEZ, LPMorphological and Kinematic Variation in Upper Jaw Protrusion in Cypriniform Fishes 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  32
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water I
10:20  606 32.7 MCGEE, MD*; WAINWRIGHT, PCContingency and determinism in the trophic apparatus of threespine stickleback: implications for adaptive evolution 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  32
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water I
10:40  606 32.8 TKINT, T.*; VERHEYEN, E.; ADRIAENS, D.The implications of mouthbrooding on feeding performance of two closely related cichlid species 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  32
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water I
11:00  606 32.9 LEYSEN, H.*; ROOS, G.; VAN WASSENBERGH, S.; ADRIAENS, D.Syngnathid feeding apparatus morphology: long vs short snouts 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  32
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water I
11:20  606 32.10 MARA, Kyle R.*; MOTTA, Philip J.Feeding Morphology and Bite Force Generation in Hammerhead Sharks (Sphyrnidae) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  32
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water I
11:40  606 32.11 MULVANY, SL*; MOTTA, PJFeeding kinematics of three batoid species: Atlantic stingray (Dasyatis sabina), yellow stingray (Urobatis jamaicensis) and clearnose skate (Raja eglanteria).  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  33
Musculoskeletal Morphology and Mechanics - Bone
08:20  608 33.1 DE BOEF, M.**; BIEWENER, A. A.The structure-function relationship in bone microstructure: An experimental study in Helmeted GuineaFowl (Numida meleagris) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  33
Musculoskeletal Morphology and Mechanics - Bone
08:40  608 33.2 ANDERSON, Philip S. L.*; RAYFIELD, Emily J.The intersection of experiment and theory: using cutting tests and FEA models to understand how teeth fracture food 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  33
Musculoskeletal Morphology and Mechanics - Bone
09:00  608 33.3 RAYFIELD, EJHow accurately does finite element analysis reproduce strain in the ostrich mandible during simulated pecking behavior?  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  33
Musculoskeletal Morphology and Mechanics - Bone
09:20  608 33.5 HOLLIDAY, CM*; GARDNER, N; DOUTHITT, M; PAESANI, S; RATLIFF, JMICROANATOMY OF THE MANDIBULAR SYMPHYSIS IN LIZARDS 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  34
Musculoskeletal Morphology and Mechanics - Muscle
10:00  608 34.1 SAWICKI, G. S.*; ROBERTS, T. J.Muscle-tendon architecture shapes conditions for economical force production 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  34
Musculoskeletal Morphology and Mechanics - Muscle
10:20  608 34.2 AZIZI, E*; ROBERTS, TJGeared up to stretch: pinnate muscle behavior during active lengthening 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  34
Musculoskeletal Morphology and Mechanics - Muscle
10:40  608 34.3 BRAINERD, E.L.*; RITTER, D.A.; DAWSON, M.M.; SULLIVAN, A.XROMM analysis of rib kinematics and intercostal muscle strain during breathing in Iguana iguana  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  34
Musculoskeletal Morphology and Mechanics - Muscle
11:00  608 34.4 FLAMMANG, B.E.Functional morphology of the radialis muscle in shark tails 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  34
Musculoskeletal Morphology and Mechanics - Muscle
11:20  608 34.5 RANA, M*; HAMARNEH, G; WAKELING, J.MIn- vivo determination of 3D muscle architecture of the human triceps surae using free hand ultrasound  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  34
Musculoskeletal Morphology and Mechanics - Muscle
11:40  608 34.6 RICHARDS, Christopher/TBuilding a robotic link between muscle dynamics and hydrodynamics 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  35
Biodiversity and Biogeography
08:00  609 35.1 KENAGY, J.Natural History of Mammals in Native American Art 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  35
Biodiversity and Biogeography
08:20  609 35.2 TRACY, CR*; FORISTER, M; HAGERTY, B; SANDMEIER, F; SIMANDLE, E; NOLES, P; BECK, M; FISHER, RPhylogeny and phylogeography of western toads in the western Great Basin 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  35
Biodiversity and Biogeography
08:40  609 35.3 ROELKE, Corey E.*; GREENBAUM, Eli BThe natural history, taxonomic status, and conservation biology of the endangered African treefrog, Leptopelis karissimbensis 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  35
Biodiversity and Biogeography
09:00  609 35.4 ELAHI, R*; SEBENS, KPDiversity, consumer pressure and resource availability on subtidal rock walls 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  35
Biodiversity and Biogeography
09:20  609 35.5 MCGUIRE, JL*; DAVIS, E; ORCUTT, JDUsing the fossil record to test phylogeographic and ecological niche model hypotheses about the locations of glacial refugia 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  36
Species Limits and Climate Change
10:00  609 36.1 JONES, S.J.*; WETHEY, D.S.Mussels, models, and mortality: exploring the respective roles of air and seawater temperatures in the southern range limit contraction of Mytilus edulis 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  36
Species Limits and Climate Change
10:20  609 36.2 GILMAN, SarahClimate change and species interactions: predicting indirect effects 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  36
Species Limits and Climate Change
10:40  609 36.3 BUSCH, D. S.*; ROBINSON, T. R.; ROBINSON, W. D.; WINGFIELD, J. C.Living on the edge: does proximity to a geographical range boundary influence physiology in tropical song wrens (Cyphorhinus phaeocephalus)? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  36
Species Limits and Climate Change
11:00  609 36.4 WOLF, BO*; MCKECHNIE, AEClimate change increases the likelihood of catastrophic avian mortality events during extreme heat waves 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  36
Species Limits and Climate Change
11:20  609 36.5 KIM, Taewon*; MICHELI, FiorenzaGlobal dimming or warming: the effect of light radiation and temperature variability on the invasion of fouling species 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  36
Species Limits and Climate Change
11:40  609 36.6 MILES, D BClimate Change Perturbs Activity Patterns, Social Structure and Population Dynamics of the Lizard Urosaurus ornatus. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  37
Population Genetics and Biogeography - Marine Population Genetics and Biogeography
08:00  611 37.1 FLY, E.K.*; HILBISH, T.J.Comparing British mussel hybrid zones to a temperature-sensitive hybrid zone on the coast of France 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  37
Population Genetics and Biogeography - Marine Population Genetics and Biogeography
08:20  611 37.2 KEEVER, Carson C*; HART, Mike WLife history and population genetic structure in live bearing asterinid sea stars 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  37
Population Genetics and Biogeography - Marine Population Genetics and Biogeography
08:40  611 37.3 PURITZ, J.B.*; KEEVER, C.C.; ADDISON, J.A.; HART, M.W.; GROSBERG, R.K.; BYRNE, M.A; TOONEN, R.JContrasting Population Structure between Two Sympatric Sea Stars with Differing Life History Strategies 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  37
Population Genetics and Biogeography - Marine Population Genetics and Biogeography
09:00  611 37.4 ROGNSTAD, R L*; HILBISH, T JGenetic recombination within Mytilus as evidence of past species distributions 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  37
Population Genetics and Biogeography - Marine Population Genetics and Biogeography
09:20  611 37.5 MARKO, P.B.*; HOFFMAN, J.M.; EMME, S.A.; MCGOVERN, T.M; KEEVER, C.; COX, L.N.The “Expansion-Contraction” Model of Pleistocene Biogeography: Rocky Shores Suffer a Sea Change? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  37
Population Genetics and Biogeography - Marine Population Genetics and Biogeography
09:40  611 37.6 NANCE, Holly/A*; MARKO, Peter/BDemographic history and ecological connectivity of the scalloped hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini, in the Eastern Pacific 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  37
Population Genetics and Biogeography - Marine Population Genetics and Biogeography
10:20  611 37.7 LOPEZ-MEJIA, M.*; MEJIA-ORTIZ, L. M.Morphological phylogeny of crayfish from Yucatán Peninsula, México 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  37
Population Genetics and Biogeography - Marine Population Genetics and Biogeography
10:40  611 37.8 FOX, Alicia*; SCHREY, Aaron; MCCOY, Earl; MUSHINSKY, HenryGenetic Relatedness in the Florida Sand Skink, Plestiodon reynoldsi, in the Scrub of Central Florida  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  37
Population Genetics and Biogeography - Marine Population Genetics and Biogeography
11:00  611 37.9 ARCHIE, James W*; QUIJANO, Marc OliverFine Scale Phylogeography of Sceloporus occidentalis) in the Transverse Ranges of California Reveals Coincidence with Geological Complexity 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  37
Population Genetics and Biogeography - Marine Population Genetics and Biogeography
11:20  611 37.10 FIERST, Janna LSexual Dimorphism Increases Evolvability in a Computational Model of a Genetic Regulatory Network  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  37
Population Genetics and Biogeography - Marine Population Genetics and Biogeography
11:40  611 37.11 PAVLICEV, M.*; CHEVERUD, J. M.; HANSEN, T.F.The relationship between pleiotropy and evolvability 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  38
Stress Endocrinology
08:20  612 38.1 CRESPI, Erica J*; WARNE, Robin WInteractions between social stress and resource availability on tadpole growth, development and physiology 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  38
Stress Endocrinology
08:40  612 38.2 RENSEL, M.A.*; SCHOECH, S.J.Road disturbance and its impact on stress physiology and growth in young Florida scrub-jays 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  38
Stress Endocrinology
09:00  612 38.4 MALISCH, J.L.*; CRINO, O.L; BREUNER, C.W.Corticosterone, corticosteroid-binding globulin, and free corticosterone, 24-72 hours following an acute stressor in a wild population of white-crowned sparrows 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  38
Stress Endocrinology
09:20  612 38.5 MENDONCA, M.T*; PATTERSON, S.T.Relationship between corticosterone, immune response, and parasite load in two species of tropical anurans (Chaunus marinus and Agalychnis callidryas). 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  38
Stress Endocrinology
09:40  612 38.6 CRINO, O.L.*; KLAASSEN VAN OORSCHOT, B.; MALISCH, J.L.; BREUNER, C.B.The effects of distance to road, nest site characteristics, and parental stress response on nestling stress response in the Mountain White-crowned sparrow (Zonotrichia leucophrys oriantha) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  38
Stress Endocrinology
10:20  612 38.7 BUTLER, L.K.*; HAYDEN, T.J; ROMERO, L.M.Environmental and life-history correlates of glucocorticoid physiology in an arid-country bird 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  38
Stress Endocrinology
10:40  612 38.8 JANZEN, WJ*; RILEY, LGThe Effects of Acute Cortisol Administration on Appetite Control in the Tilapia 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  38
Stress Endocrinology
11:00  612 38.9 DI POI, C.; ATKINSON, S.*; HOOVER-MILLER, A.; BLUNDELL, G.Presence of the mother influences the stress response in harbor seal pups 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  38
Stress Endocrinology
11:20  612 38.10 MERRILL, L.**; ROTHSTEIN, S.I.*; O'LOGHLEN, A.L.*; WINGFIELD, J.C.*Changes in the innate immune systems of male and female brown-headed cowbirds in response to CORT: why do the sexes differ? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  38
Stress Endocrinology
11:40  612 38.11 BRYER, PJ*; DAVIS, BL; SUTHERLAND, MAScience based criteria for assessing humane euthanasia 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  39
Evolutionary Paleobiology I
08:20  613/614 39.1 SANTINI, F.*; ALFARO, M.E.Origin ad evolution of the coral reef fish fauna 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  39
Evolutionary Paleobiology I
08:40  613/614 39.2 RUNDELL, Rebecca J.*; LEANDER, Brian S.Microeukaryotes and the masters of miniaturization: Diversification in marine sand 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  39
Evolutionary Paleobiology I
09:00  613/614 39.3 VANDENBROOKS, John M.*; HARRISON, Jon F.Atmospheric Oxygen Influences on the Size of Modern and Fossil Insects 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  39
Evolutionary Paleobiology I
09:20  613/614 39.4 OWERKOWICZ, T.*; ANDRADE, F.C.; ELSEY, R.M.; HICKS, J.W.Atmospheric hypoxia increases bone robusticity in the American alligator 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  40
Evolutionary Paleobiology II
10:00  613/614 40.1 CALEDE, Jonathan JM*; HOPKINS, Samantha SBDoes the Red Queen control the evolution of fossorial rodents in the Miocene of the southern Columbia Plateau? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  40
Evolutionary Paleobiology II
10:20  613/614 40.2 SCHMITZ, Lars*; MOTANI, RyosukeInference of diel activity pattern suggests complex temporal resource and habitat partitioning among Mesozoic archosaurs  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  40
Evolutionary Paleobiology II
10:40  613/614 40.3 SLATER, G.J.; PRICE, S.A.*; SANTINI, F.; ALFARO, M.E.Are extant cetaceans the product of an adaptive radation? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  40
Evolutionary Paleobiology II
11:00  613/614 40.4 ORCUTT, J.D.*; LEVERING, D.; DAVIS, E.B.Evolution of locomotion and predation in saber-toothed cats 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  40
Evolutionary Paleobiology II
11:20  613/614 40.5 HINIC-FRLOG, S*; MOTANI, RAquatic locomotion in fossil birds and early avian transitions from aquatic to terrestrial environments 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  40
Evolutionary Paleobiology II
11:40  613/614 40.6 DYKE, Gareth*; PALMER, ColinThe unique pterosaur pteroid bone: wing function in extinct flying reptiles 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  41
Metabolic Rates
08:00  615/616 41.1 LIGHTON, JRBBackground baselining: A new approach to metabolic measurement 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  41
Metabolic Rates
08:20  615/616 41.2 BEAUPRE, Steven J.Long-Term Studies of Field Metabolic Rate in Timber Rattlesnakes (Crotalus horridus): Annual Variation, Critical Factors, and Implications for Bioenergetic Studies. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  41
Metabolic Rates
08:40  615/616 41.3 STOLTEY, T*; SHILLINGTON, CMetabolic Rates and Movements of Male Tarantulas During the Breeding Season 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  41
Metabolic Rates
09:00  615/616 41.4 WONE, B*; DONOVAN, E/R; HAYES, J/PMetabolomic evidence that increased basal metabolic rate is linked to elevated metabolism in skeletal muscle of mice selected for high maximal metabolic rate 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  41
Metabolic Rates
09:20  615/616 41.5 NOREN, DP*; DUNKIN, RC; WILLIAMS, TMThe energetic cost of surface active behaviors in dolphins 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  42
Flight - Stability and Maneuverability
10:00  615/616 42.1 BERGOU, Attila J*; RISTROPH, Leif; GUCKENHEIMER, John; COHEN, Itai; WANG, Z. JaneFruit flies modulate passive wing pitching to generate in-flight turns  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  42
Flight - Stability and Maneuverability
10:20  615/616 42.2 CHENG, Bo*; DENG, XinyanRotational flapping counter torque in insect flight 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  42
Flight - Stability and Maneuverability
10:40  615/616 42.3 HEDRICK, T.L.; ROBINSON, A.K.*Voluntary and perturbed free flight yaw maneuvers in hawkmoths 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  42
Flight - Stability and Maneuverability
11:00  615/616 42.4 MOUNTCASTLE, A.M.*; DANIEL, T.L.Unsteady forces occur at ventral stroke reversal in the hawkmoth, Manduca sexta 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  42
Flight - Stability and Maneuverability
11:20  615/616 42.5 RISTROPH, L.*; BERGOU, A. J.; GUCKENHEIMER, J.; WANG, Z. J.; COHEN, I.How flying insects recover from in-flight “stumbles” 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  42
Flight - Stability and Maneuverability
11:40  615/616 42.6 RISKIN, DK; IRIARTE-DíAZ, J; MIDDLETON, K; BREUER, KS; SWARTZ, SM*How do bats accelerate?  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  43
Terrestrial Locomotion - Jumping
08:00  617 43.1 ABBOTT, E.M.*; MARSH, R.L.; ASTLEY, H.C.; AZIZI, E.; ROBERTS, T.J.The celebrated jumping frogs of Calaveras County: how far can a frog really jump? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  43
Terrestrial Locomotion - Jumping
08:20  617 43.2 ASTLEY, H. C.*; ROBERTS, T. J.Decoupling of muscle shortening and joint kinematics during frog jumping 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  43
Terrestrial Locomotion - Jumping
08:40  617 43.3 REILLY, S. M.*; JORGENSEN, M. E.; ESSNER, R. L. A New Look at the Evolution of Jumping in Frogs 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  43
Terrestrial Locomotion - Jumping
09:00  617 43.4 ESSNER, R.L.*; SUFFIAN, D.J.; REILLY, S.M.A Comparison of Jumping Behavior in the Rocky Mountain Tailed Frog, Ascaphus montanus and Fire-bellied Toad, Bombina orientalis 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  43
Terrestrial Locomotion - Jumping
09:20  617 43.5 JORGENSEN, M.E.Patterns of axial and pelvic muscle architecture and fiber composition in frogs with different locomotor modes 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  43
Terrestrial Locomotion - Jumping
09:40  617 43.6 KUO, CY*; IRSCHICK, DJLoading effects on jumping and running in green anole lizards (Anolis carolinensis) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  44
Energetics and Fuel Allocation
10:20  617 44.1 FLETCHER, Q.E.*; BOUTIN, S.; MCADAM, A.G.; SPEAKMAN, J.R.; HUMPHRIES, M.M.Seasonal energetics of a northern free-ranging mammal in a resource pulse system 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  44
Energetics and Fuel Allocation
10:40  617 44.2 MCDONALD, B.I.*; GOEBEL, M.E.; CROCKER, D.E.; COSTA, D.P.Maternal investment in the Antarctic fur seal: Impacts of maternal traits, pup traits, and provisioning strategy 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  44
Energetics and Fuel Allocation
11:00  617 44.3 CHAMPAGNE, CD*; FOWLER, MA; COSTA, DP; HOUSER, DS; CROCKER, DEA complete profile of carbohydrate metabolism during prolonged fasting in the northern elephant seal 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  44
Energetics and Fuel Allocation
11:20  617 44.4 PRICE, Edwin R.*; GUGLIELMO, Christopher G.Fueling flight with fat: substrate selectivity of avian CPT  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  44
Energetics and Fuel Allocation
11:40  617 44.5 MCCUE, Marshall/D*; SIVAN, Orit; MCWILLIAMS, Scott/R; PINSHOW, BerryTracking the oxidative kinetics of carbohydrates, amino acids, and fatty acids in the house sparrow using exhaled 13CO2 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  45
Sensory Physiology
08:00  618 45.1 MULCAHEY, Thomas I. *; HORSTMANN, Jan T.; HU, David L.; SABRA, Karim; WEISSBURG, MarcAutonomous Cricket Biosensors for Acoustic Detection 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  45
Sensory Physiology
08:20  618 45.2 BATTELLE, B-A.*; KATTI, C; LEGG, A; GONZALES, R; RIVERA, E; KEMPLER, KDiurnal and circadian regulation of opsins co-expressed in Limulus photoreceptors 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  45
Sensory Physiology
08:40  618 45.3 PANKEY, M.S.*; SUNADA, H.; SAKAKIBARA, M.Dermal photoreception in the pond snail Lymnaea 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  45
Sensory Physiology
09:00  618 45.4 OAKLEY, TH*; RIVERA, AS; OZTURK, N; FAHEY, B; PLACHETZKI, DC; DEGNAN, BM; LEYS, SP; SANCAR, AConvergent evolutionary origin of an eye in the demosponge Amphimedon queenslandica 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  45
Sensory Physiology
09:20  618 45.5 SUNADA, Hiroshi; SAKAKIBARA, Manabu*The shadow response of RPeD11, in Lymnaea 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  45
Sensory Physiology
10:00  618 45.6 BALTZLEY, MJComparative physiology of mechanosensory neurons in three species of leeches. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  45
Sensory Physiology
10:20  618 45.7 VAN GRIETHUIJSEN, L.I*; TRIMMER, B.A.Anticipation of obstacles in soft bodied terrestrial locomotion  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  45
Sensory Physiology
10:40  618 45.8 WEISSBURG, M.J.*; BERKENKAMP, K.; MANKIN, D.Turbulent mixing inhibits discrimination of attractive vs. aversive chemicals in crabs by eroding small scale filament structure impinging on antennulary chemosensors 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  45
Sensory Physiology
11:00  618 45.9 ENDRES, C*; PUTMAN, N; LOHMANN, KJDetection of Airborne Odorants by Loggerhead Sea Turtles 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  45
Sensory Physiology
11:20  618 45.10 CARO, S.P.*; SEWALL, K.B.; SALVANTE, K.G.; ALDREDGE, R.A.; SOCKMAN, K.W.Behavioral and brain responses of female Lincoln’s sparrows to variation in male song quality 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  45
Sensory Physiology
11:40  618 45.11 SEWALL, K.B.*; CARO, S.P.; SOCKMAN, K.W.Quality of the song environment affects monoaminergic activity in the forebrain of male Lincoln’s sparrows 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  46
Aggression - Females
08:20  619 46.1 JAWOR, Jodie M.*; WINTERS, Caitlin P.Testosterone and melanin face mask coloration in female northern cardinals (Cardinalis cardinalis) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  46
Aggression - Females
08:40  619 46.2 CAIN, KRISTAL E*; RICH, MIRIAM S; DAPPER, AMY L; KETTERSON, ELLEN DTrade-offs between aggression and parenting in female birds: what’s testosterone got to do with it? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  46
Aggression - Females
09:00  619 46.3 CARLETON, J*; RENN, Suzy C. P.Molecular modules of maternal aggression in the African cichlid Astatotilapia burtoni  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  46
Aggression - Females
09:20  619 46.4 ROSVALL, K.A.A novel cost of a sexually selected trait in females: more aggressive female tree swallows incubate less 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  47
Aggression - Ecological Relationships
10:00  619 47.1 DIZNEY, L.*; VARNER, J.; DEARING, M.D.Behavioral analysis of deer mice with respect to hantavirus transmission  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  47
Aggression - Ecological Relationships
10:20  619 47.2 ROBERTSON, Jeanne M*; ROSENBLUM, Erica BreeMale aggression and territoriality in recently diverged populations of desert lizards 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  47
Aggression - Ecological Relationships
10:40  619 47.3 D'ORAZIO, Anthony E.*; DALY, MarymeganMid-intertidal movement: variation among and within clones of Anthopleura elegantissima 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  47
Aggression - Ecological Relationships
11:00  619 47.4 EGGE, A.R.*; BRANDT, Y; SWALLOW, J.G.Sequence analysis of aggressive interactions between male dyads of stalk-eyed flies 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  47
Aggression - Ecological Relationships
11:20  619 47.5 FOX, R.A.*; LADAGE, L.D.; ROTH, T.C.; PRAVOSUDOV, V.V.Behavioral Profile and Aggression in Mountain Chickadees 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  47
Aggression - Ecological Relationships
11:40  619 47.6 SCHRANDT, M.N.*; HARDY, K.M.; JOHNSON, K.M.; LEMA, S.C.Ecological correlates of intraspecific behavioral variation in the bicolor damselfish (Stegastes partitus): Interacting influences of physical and social conditions 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  48
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
13:20  605/610 48.1 LEVINTON, Jeffrey *; MACKIE, Joshua; KOZAK, Kenneth; RODGERS, BrookeDynamics of speciation, larval dispersal, and biogeographic overlap in a pantropical group of crustacea, the fiddler crabs 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  48
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
13:40  605/610 48.2 EERNISSE, D.J.*; CORSTORPHINE, E.; CLARK, R.N.; STRATHMANN, M.F.Seastars across the oceans: Molecules help untangle biogeographic patterns for a species-rich genus, Henricia 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  48
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
14:00  605/610 48.4 FERNANDES, D.A.O.*; PODOLSKY, R.D.The effects of the association with eelgrass on the embryonic development of the gastropod Haminoea vesicula (Gould, 1855) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  48
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
14:20  605/610 48.5 SHUTTARI, N*; JACOBS, M.W.Variation in Behavior of Larval Lobsters as a Function of Population, Parentage, and Development Time 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  48
Complementary Session: Evolutionary Paths Among Developmental Possibilities
14:40  605/610 48.6 HEYLAND, Andreas*; GOODALL, Sophie; SOHN, Dosung; LEYS, Sally; MOROZ L., LeonidNeurotransmitter functions in the placozoan Trichoplax adherens 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  49
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water II
13:20  606 49.1 GOLDBOGEN, J. A.*; CALAMBOKIDIS, J. ; OLESON, E. M.; POTVIN, J.; SCHORR, G.; SHADWICK, R. E.Big heads, big gulps and high drag: mechanics and energetics of rorqual lunge feeding 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  49
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water II
13:40  606 49.2 KANE, E. A.*; MARSHALL, C. D.Behavioral performance of ram and suction feeding odontocetes, and a preliminary evolutionary analysis using functional data  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  49
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water II
14:00  606 49.3 VENESKY, Matthew*; WASSERSUG, Richard; PARRIS, MatthewLabial tooth number affects feeding kinematics in a ranid tadpole 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  49
Functional Design of Heads - Working Under Water II
14:20  606 49.4 KLEINTEICH, TThe ontogeny of feeding systems in caecilians (Lissamphibia: Gymnophiona) - sucking, scraping, and biting 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  50
Complementary Session: Evolution of Fish Body Plan
13:00  608 50.1 PARSONS, KJ*; MARQUEZ, E; COOPER, WJ; ALBERTSON, RCThe genetic basis of modularity in the African cichlid mandible 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  50
Complementary Session: Evolution of Fish Body Plan
13:20  608 50.2 VAN WASSENBERGH, S.*; ROOS, G.; AERTS, P.The head-down posture of seahorses: an adaptation for pivot feeding? 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  50
Complementary Session: Evolution of Fish Body Plan
13:40  608 50.3 HULSEY, CD*; STREELMAN, JTComparative Evolutionary Dynamics in Cichlid Adaptive Radiations: Linking Lower Jaw Genetics, Morphology, and Mechanics 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  50
Complementary Session: Evolution of Fish Body Plan
14:00  608 50.4 WALKER, J.A.*; ALFARO, M.E.; FULTON, C.J.Fluid Dynamic Drag, Body Shape, and Endurance Swimming Performance among Coral Reef Fishes 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  50
Complementary Session: Evolution of Fish Body Plan
14:20  608 50.5 SVENDSEN, JC*; TUDORACHE, C; JORDAN, AD; STEFFENSEN, JF; AARESTRUP, K; DOMENICI, PPartition of aerobic and anaerobic swimming costs related to gait transitions in a labriform fish 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  51
Complementary Session: Metabolism and Aging
13:00  609 51.1 FRANK, CRAIG L.*; REEDER, DEEANN; HICKS, ALAN; RUDD, ROBERTThe effects of White Nose Syndrome (WNS) on bat hibernation 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  51
Complementary Session: Metabolism and Aging
13:40  609 51.3 HAUSSMANN, M.F.*; MAUCK, R.A.Energy, growth and oxidative stress in Leach’s storm-petrels (Oceanodroma leucorhoa) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  51
Complementary Session: Metabolism and Aging
14:00  609 51.4 VALENCAK, TG*; RUF, TDietary n-3 and n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation alters heart phospholipid composition but does not affect lifespan 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  51
Complementary Session: Metabolism and Aging
14:20  609 51.5 PLACE, N.J.**; CRUICKSHANK, J.Reproductive aging in Siberian hamsters: greater litter success in older females when short photoperiod is initiated after rather than before puberty 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  51
Complementary Session: Metabolism and Aging
14:40  609 51.6 ELEKONICH, M.M.*; ROBERTS, S.P.The cellular cost of highly metabolic behavior for aging and life histories. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  52
Phylogenetics and Speciation I
13:00  611 52.1 BOYER, S.L.*; HOWE, A.A.; HOVE, M.C.A DNA barcoding approach to identifying newly transformed juvenile freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) recovered from naturally infested fishes 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  52
Phylogenetics and Speciation I
13:20  611 52.2 BRANNOCK, Pamela M*; HILBISH, Thomas JHybrid sterility limits introgression between invasive and endemic blue mussels 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  52
Phylogenetics and Speciation I
13:40  611 52.3 GOULDING, T*; COHEN, SExamining genetic variation of the Acanthocephalan Profilicollis altmani parasitizing mole crabs (Emerita spp.) in North America 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  52
Phylogenetics and Speciation I
14:00  611 52.4 HARMON, Luke J.A Semiparametric Method to Test for Correlated Evolution in a Phylogenetic Context 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  52
Phylogenetics and Speciation I
14:20  611 52.5 INGLEY, S.J.*; BYBEE, S.M.; BRANHAM, M.A.; WHITING, M.F.Life on the Fly: Evolution and Ecology of the Endangered Helicopter Damselflies (Odonata: Pseudostigmatidae) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  52
Phylogenetics and Speciation I
14:40  611 52.6 SPERLING, Erik A.*; ROBINSON, Jeffrey M.; PISANI, Davide; PETERSON, Kevin J.Where’s the Glass? Biomarkers, Molecular Clocks and microRNAs suggest a 200 Million Year Missing Precambrian Fossil Record of Siliceous Sponge Spicules 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  53
Morphogenesis and Life History
13:00  612 53.1 BENNETT*, K.C.*; EMLET, R.E.; YOUNG, C.M.Larval Development and Metamorphosis of the Deep-Sea Cidaroid Urchin Cidaris blakei 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  53
Morphogenesis and Life History
13:20  612 53.2 SCHWARTZ, M.L.*; NORENBURG, J.L.Comparative morphology and evolution of pilidiophoran larvae (Nemertea) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  53
Morphogenesis and Life History
13:40  612 53.3 KERNEY, RyanEmbryology of the red-backed salamander (Plethodon cinereus) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  53
Morphogenesis and Life History
14:00  612 53.4 BUCKLEY, David; WAKE, Marvalee H.; WAKE, David B.*Comparative Skull Morphology of Karsenia koreana (Amphibia, Caudata, Plethodontidae) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  53
Morphogenesis and Life History
14:20  612 53.5 LANDBERG, TobiasOxygen-induced plasticity and evolution of larval tail morphology in stream and pond-breeding salamanders (genus Ambystoma) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  54
Complementary Session: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics
13:00  613/614 54.1 AMEMIYA, Chris T.*; SAHA, Nil Ratan; SMITH, Jeramiah J.Programmed genome dynamism and its evolutionary cooption in a basal vertebrate 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  54
Complementary Session: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics
13:40  613/614 54.2 KANO, S*; SATOU, Y; DESCHET, K; MARTIN, P; HAEUSSLER, M; JOLY, JSA Dual Origin of the Pituitary Primordium in the Ascidian 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  54
Complementary Session: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics
14:00  613/614 54.3 RöTTINGER, E*; DUBOC, T; MARTINDALE, MQInvestigating the role of the Nodal signaling pathway in a indirect developing hemichordate, Ptychodera flava 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  54
Complementary Session: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics
14:20  613/614 54.4 SMITH, Jeramiah J.*; AMEMIYA, Chris T.Tight Regulation of Large-Scale Genome Rearrangements: the Sea Lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  54
Complementary Session: Insights of Early Chordate Genomics
14:40  613/614 54.5 KOOP, D.*; HOLLAND, L.Z.Multiple roles of retinoic acid in the pharyngeal endoderm development of amphioxus 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  55
Flight - Control
13:00  615/616 55.1 BOMPHREY, R.J.*; TAYLOR, G.K.Optomotor frequency response in hawkmoths. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  55
Flight - Control
13:20  615/616 55.2 DICKERSON, BH*; HEDRICK, TLAccommodation of antennal perturbation in freely flying hawkmoths 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  55
Flight - Control
13:40  615/616 55.3 WALKER, S.M.**; THOMAS, A.L.R.; TAYLOR, G.K.Kinematics and control in free-flying hoverflies 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  55
Flight - Control
14:00  615/616 55.4 SPONBERG, S.*; DANIEL, T.L.Phase modulation and control of flight power muscles during visually-induced turning responses in the hawkmoth, Manduca sexta 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  55
Flight - Control
14:20  615/616 55.5 COHEN, I.*; RISTROPH, L.; BERGOU, A. J.; GUCKENHEIMER, J.; WANG, Z. J.Rowing through air: A new mode of forward flight in insects 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  55
Flight - Control
14:40  615/616 55.6 VANCE, Jason T.*; HUMBERT, J. SeanMechanisms of gust rejection in the honey bee, Apis mellifera 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  56
Reproductive Physiology
13:00  617 56.1 YAMAMOTO, Y*; LUCKENBACH , JA; GOETZ, FW; YOUNG , G; SWANSON, PGene Expression Changes during Early Secondary Oocyte Growth and Onset of Atresia in Coho Salmon 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  56
Reproductive Physiology
13:20  617 56.2 O'CONNOR, Constance M*; BARTHEL, Brandon L; GILMOUR, Kathleen M; PHILIPP, David P; VAN DER KRAAK, Glen; COOKE, Steven JLife history correlates of cortisol and androgen levels in a parental teleost fish 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  56
Reproductive Physiology
13:40  617 56.3 ROSEN, O.*; MANOR, R.; WEIL, S.; LINIAL, A.; AFLALO, E.D.; SAGI, A.A Sexual Shift Induced by an Androgenic Gland Insulin-Like Gene Silencing in Intersex Crayfish 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  56
Reproductive Physiology
14:00  617 56.5 FRONSTIN, Raime B*; WILLIAMS, Tony DInvestigating the costs of reproductive anemia associated with egg-production in European Starlings 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  56
Reproductive Physiology
14:20  617 56.6 MCGUIRE, Nicolette L.*; KANGAS, Kristina; BENTLEY, George E.A functional neuropeptide system in avian gonads  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  57
Functional Design of Fish Sensory Systems
13:00  618 57.1 KAJIURA, Stephen M*; MCCOMB, D MichelleVisual and electrosensory integration in hammerhead sharks 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  57
Functional Design of Fish Sensory Systems
13:20  618 57.2 DICKSON, JM*; WEBB, JFThe development of widened lateral line canals in a Lake Malawi cichlid: Insights into lateral line evolution 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  57
Functional Design of Fish Sensory Systems
13:40  618 57.3 HACISKI, S. Insley*; WEBB, Jacqueline F.Structural Organization and Ontogeny of the Lateral Line System in Embryos of the Little Skate, Leucoraja erinacea 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  57
Functional Design of Fish Sensory Systems
14:00  618 57.4 VAN TRUMP, WJ*; COOMBS, S; DUNCAN, K; MCHENRY, MJA hammer, not a scalpel: gentamicin ablates all hair cells in the lateral line system. 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  57
Functional Design of Fish Sensory Systems
14:20  618 57.5 STEWART, W.J.*; BREUER, K.S.; MCHENRY, M.J.Lateral line sensing depends on the volume of the swim bladder in larval fish 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  57
Functional Design of Fish Sensory Systems
14:40  618 57.6 LIAO, James C. Organization and function of lateral line afferent neurons in larval zebrafish  
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  58
Terrestrial Locomotion - Climbing and Training
13:00  619 58.1 BULLOCK, J. M. R.*; CLEMENTE, C. J.; FEDERLE, W.Pushing and pulling: beetles use different tarsal pads to walk and climb 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  58
Terrestrial Locomotion - Climbing and Training
13:20  619 58.2 LOUDON, C.Walking with grappling hooks: bed bug locomotion 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  58
Terrestrial Locomotion - Climbing and Training
13:40  619 58.3 MACAYEAL, Leigh C.; RISKIN, Daniel K.; SWARTZ, Sharon M.; BREUER, Kenneth S.*Vertical climbing performance and reserve power in loaded and unloaded Lesser Dog-faced Fruit Bats (Cynopterus brachyotis) 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  58
Terrestrial Locomotion - Climbing and Training
14:00  619 58.4 LEE, Sabrina/SM*; TOM, Novak; PIAZZA, Stephen/JPlantarflexor moment arm correlates with walking speed in mobility-limited older adults 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  58
Terrestrial Locomotion - Climbing and Training
14:20  619 58.5 DIAL, KPWhen kids out-perform adults: Contrasting ontogenetic locomotor performance for two species of Galliform birds 
  Tuesday, Jan. 5  58
Terrestrial Locomotion - Climbing and Training
14:40  619 58.6 O'CONNOR, J.L.*; MCBRAYER, L.D.; HIGHAM, T.E.; ROSTAL, D.CThe role of testosterone and training on locomotor performance in a non-territorial lizard 


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