SICB 2011 Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, Jan. 3-7, 2011

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
07:45  150 G S4.0 Derby, C.; Zimmer, R.Introduction 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
08:00  150 G S4.1 ZIMMER, RichardThe 'Neuroecology' of Sperm-Egg Interactions 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
08:30  150 G S4.2 RYAN, MJPerceptual Biology and Social Ecology 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
09:00  150 G S4.3 TRICAS, T.C.Variation, Selection, and Ecological Constraints in the Sensory-Motor Systems of Fishes 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
10:00  150 G S4.4 DERBY, CharlesThe Neuroecology of Chemical Defenses 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
10:30  150 G S4.5 RIFFELL, Jeffrey A.Neural basis of a pollinator’s buffet: olfactory specialization and learning in the Manduca sexta moth 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
11:00  150 G S4.6 APPEL , H.M.Behavioral Ecology of Chemical Communication in Plants 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
11:30  150 G S4.7 STEINBERG, PDIntegrating the "neuroecology" of bacteria and eukaryotes 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
13:00  150 G S4.8 BUSKEY, E.J.*; LENZ, P.H.; HARTLINE, D.K.; GEMMELL, B.; BRADLEY, C.; SHENG, J.; STRICKLER, J.R.Sensory perception, behavioral adaptations and the neuroecology of predator avoidance in planktonic copepods 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
13:30  150 G S4.9 GRETHER, GregThe neuroecology of competitor recognition 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
14:00  150 G S4.10 NEVITT, GabrielleGlobal climate regulators as info-chemicals: Stories from birds and fishes” 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S4
Neuroecology: Neural Determinants of Ecological Processes from Individuals to Ecosystems
14:30  150 G S4.11 LEIS, J.M.*; SIEBECK, U.; DIXSON, D.L.How Nemo finds home: neuroecology of larva dispersal and population connectivity in marine, demersal fishes  
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
07:50  151 G S5.1 FLAMMANG, B.E.*; PORTER, M.E.Introduction "Bioinspiration: Applying mechanical design to experimental biology" 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
08:00  151 G S5.2 LEDUC, PhilipLinking Mechanics to Biochemistry in Molecular and Cellular Behavior through Systems Based Approaches 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
08:30  151 G S5.3 TANAKA, H*; WOOD, R JAt-scale artificial insect wings by microfabrication techniques 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
09:00  151 G S5.4 DABIRI, John O.Jellyfish-inspired propulsion 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
10:00  151 G S5.5 WINTER, V, A.G.*; DEITS, R.L.H.; DORSCH, D.S.; HOSOI, A.E.; SLOCUM, A.H.Razor Clam to RoboClam: Biologically Inspired Mechanisms for Subsea Burrowing 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
10:30  151 G S5.6 LONG, JH*; HIROKAWA, J; ROBERTS, S; KRENITSKY, N; FRIAS, C; DE LEEUW, J; PORTER, METesting Biomimetic Structures in Bioinspired Robots 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
11:00  151 G S5.7 TANGORRA, James*; ESPOSITO, Chris; PHELAN, Chris; LAUDER, GeorgeThe Development of Biorobotic Models of Highly Deformable Fins and Fin Sensory Systems 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
11:30  151 G S5.8 SWARTZ, SM*; BREUER, KSHow can bats inspire robotic fliers and micro air vehicles? 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
13:00  151 G S5.9 FULL, R.J.*; JAYARAM, K.; MONGEAU, J.M.; BIRKMEYER, P.; HOOVER, A.; FEARING, R.S.Role of Robustness in Running: Bio- and Bio-inspired Exoskeletons 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
13:30  151 G S5.10 LEE, David/V*; BIEWENER, Andrew/ABiomechanical Analyses of Goats and Dogs in the BigDog Project 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
14:00  151 G S5.11 FISH, F.E.The humpback whale flipper for application of bio-inspired tubercle technology 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S5
Bioinspiration: Applying Mechanical Design to Experimental Biology
14:30  151 G S5.12 PELL, ChuckPerspective on Biomechanics and Biomimetics: Successes, Gaps and Regions Unexplored 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S6
Bridging the Gap Between Ecoimmunology and Disease Ecology
08:00  Ballroom B S6.1 KLASING, K.C.Environmentally induced stochasticity of adaptive immunity. Good, bad, or ugly? 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S6
Bridging the Gap Between Ecoimmunology and Disease Ecology
08:30  Ballroom B S6.2 ROLLINS-SMITH, L.A.*; RAMSEY, J.P.; REINERT, L.K.; WOODHAMS, D.C.Amphibian Immune Defenses against Chytridiomycosis: Impacts of Changing Environments 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S6
Bridging the Gap Between Ecoimmunology and Disease Ecology
09:00  Ballroom B S6.3 DEMAS, Gregory E.*; FRENCH, Susannah S.The energetics of immunity: Leptin as a physiological mediator of energetic trade-offs in eco-immunology 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S6
Bridging the Gap Between Ecoimmunology and Disease Ecology
10:00  Ballroom B S6.4 MARTIN, LB*; LEIBL, AL; COON, CAC; RICHARDS, CL; SCHREY, AWPhysiological mechanisms of range expansion in Kenyan house sparrows 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S6
Bridging the Gap Between Ecoimmunology and Disease Ecology
10:30  Ballroom B S6.5 OWEN, Jen C.What is the functional significance of reduced immune function in migrating birds?  
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S6
Bridging the Gap Between Ecoimmunology and Disease Ecology
11:00  Ballroom B S6.6 EZENWA, V.O.*; ETIENNE, R.S.; JOLLES, A.E.Ecological consequences of parasite-parasite interactions and the role of host immunity 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S6
Bridging the Gap Between Ecoimmunology and Disease Ecology
11:30  Ballroom B S6.7 TIELEMAN, BI*; HORROCKS, NPC; MATSON, KD; GRIZARD, S; SALLES, JFHow microbes shape birds and their eggs: matching pathogen pressure and protection 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S6
Bridging the Gap Between Ecoimmunology and Disease Ecology
13:00  Ballroom B S6.8 DEARING, MD*; LEHMER, EMIntegrating Eco-Immunological Measurements into Disease Ecology Models  
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S6
Bridging the Gap Between Ecoimmunology and Disease Ecology
13:30  Ballroom B S6.9 HAWLEY, DMIndividual heterogeneity in house finch immunity and disease resistance: what can physiology tell us about epidemiology? 
  Wednesday, Jan. 5  S6
Bridging the Gap Between Ecoimmunology and Disease Ecology
14:00  Ballroom B S6.10 KEESING, FCan immunology predict host quality for disease transmission? 


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