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

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Thursday, Jan. 6  Other Events Thursday10:30  N/A Other Events Thursday. AMS Business Meeting- 10:30-11:45am Boardroom, Convention Center  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  Other Events Thursday12:00  N/A Other Events Thursday. Broadening Participation Workshop Issues Facing new Faculty Noon - 1:00pm 251C 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  Other Events Thursday12:00  N/A Other Events Thursday. AMS Luncheon Noon-1:00pm 253AB  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  Other Events Thursday12:00  N/A Other Events Thursday. Public Affairs Committee Noon-1:00pm 254A  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  Other Events Thursday12:00  N/A Other Events Thursday. SICB Editorial Board Noon-1:00pm 250C  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  Other Events Thursday12:00  N/A Other Events Thursday. Development Committee Noon-1:00pm President Satterlie's suite, Marriott  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  Other Events Thursday17:15  N/A Other Events Thursday. SICB Society Meeting& Awards Presentation-5:15-6:15pm 150G  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  Other Events Thursday18:30  N/A Other Events Thursday. TCS Mtg 6:30-7:30pm 150ABC  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  Other Events Thursday18:30  N/A Other Events Thursday. Student/Post Doc Workshop: Importance of Mentorships in Science Careers 6:30-8:30 pm-Ballroom B, Convention Center 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  Other Events Thursday20:00  N/A Other Events Thursday. Broadening Participation Social 8:00-10:00pm Deer Valley (M)  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  48
Complementary Session: Ecoimmunology & Disease Ecology - Stress, Energetics & Immunity
08:00  150 G 48.1 HOPKINS, W.A.*; DURANT, S.E.; MOSER, W.E.Ectoparasitism, Innate Immunity, and Stress Physiology of Eastern Hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis) from Stream Reaches with Differing Habitat Quality 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  48
Complementary Session: Ecoimmunology & Disease Ecology - Stress, Energetics & Immunity
08:20  150 G 48.2 SEDDON, Ryan*; KLUKOWSKI, MatthewThe effects of acute stress on corticosterone, leukocytes, testosterone, and prostaglandin E2 in male Southeastern Five-lined Skinks (Plestiodon inexpectatus)  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  48
Complementary Session: Ecoimmunology & Disease Ecology - Stress, Energetics & Immunity
08:40  150 G 48.3 PETERSON, J.D.*; STEFFEN, J.E.; APPEL, A.G.; ROLLINS-SMITH, L.A.; MENDONCA, M.T.Chytridiomycosis is metabolically costly and induces sickness behavior and immune effects that are linked to increased corticosterone secretion. 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  48
Complementary Session: Ecoimmunology & Disease Ecology - Stress, Energetics & Immunity
09:00  150 G 48.4 LUCAS, L.D.*; FRENCH, S.S.Stress and immunity in a free-living lizard across an urban landscape 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  48
Complementary Session: Ecoimmunology & Disease Ecology - Stress, Energetics & Immunity
09:20  150 G 48.5 KRISTAN, D.M.Why does a strong immune response does not protect against parasite infection? 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  48
Complementary Session: Ecoimmunology & Disease Ecology - Stress, Energetics & Immunity
09:40  150 G 48.6 FRANK, CRAIG*; BRIGHAM, R. MARK; HICKS, ALAN; KUNZ, THOMAS; RUDD, ROBERT; REICHARD, JONATHANThe Relationship between Dietary Fatty Acids and WNS Susceptibility in Bats 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  49
Complementary Session to Bioinspiration: Biomechanics, Signals and Sensors
10:20  150 G 49.1 MILLER, Laura*; HAMLET, Christina; SANTHANAKRISHNAN, ArvindRolling up with the flow to reduce drag and flutter: A study of broad leaves 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  49
Complementary Session to Bioinspiration: Biomechanics, Signals and Sensors
10:40  150 G 49.2 MONGEAU, Jean-Michel*; JAYARAM, Kaushik; DEMIR, Alican; SAMPSON, E.G.; COWAN, N.J.; RULL, R.J.Biomechanics of Tactile Sensor for Wall Following and Spatial Mapping 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  49
Complementary Session to Bioinspiration: Biomechanics, Signals and Sensors
11:00  150 G 49.3 NELSON, J.M.*; MELLON, DeF.; REIDENBACH, M.A.Effects of antennule morphology and flicking kinematics on flow and odor sampling by the freshwater crayfish, Procambarus clarkii 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  49
Complementary Session to Bioinspiration: Biomechanics, Signals and Sensors
11:20  150 G 49.4 PRAVIN, Swapnil*; MELLON, Deforest; REIDENBACH, MatthewNumeric simulation of convective-diffusive odor transport to chemosensory hairs of the crayfish, Procambarus clarkii 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  49
Complementary Session to Bioinspiration: Biomechanics, Signals and Sensors
11:40  150 G 49.5 RUDER, W.C.Synthetic Cellular Biomechanics 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  50
Muscle Structure and Function I
08:20  151 ABC 50.1 GIDMARK, N J*; KONOW, N; RAINBOW, M; BRAINERD, E LBite force varies with pharyngeal jaw orientation and adductor muscle length in common carp: XROMM and 3D modeling approaches 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  50
Muscle Structure and Function I
08:40  151 ABC 50.2 MCCORD, Charlene *; WESTNEAT, Mark Diversification of triggerfish (Teleostei: Balistidae) cranial shape and jaw biomechanics  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  50
Muscle Structure and Function I
09:00  151 ABC 50.4 PACE, CM*; MONROY, JM; METOYER, A; ALDRIDGE, C; WANG, J; NISHIKAWA, KCDoes genetic variation in titin affect mouse locomotion?  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  50
Muscle Structure and Function I
09:20  151 ABC 50.5 GERRY, S.P.*; ELLERBY, D.J.The Effects of Serotonin on Leech Muscle Mechanics 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  50
Muscle Structure and Function I
09:40  151 ABC 50.6 MOORE, A.L.*; BUTCHER, M.T.Forelimb muscle architecture of the American badger (Taxidea taxus) and groundhog (Marmota monax). 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  51
Muscle Structure and Function II
10:20  151 ABC 51.1 SPRINGTHORPE, D*; FERNANDEZ, MJ; HEDRICK, TLNeuromuscular Control of Yaw Turns in the Hawkmoth Manduca sexta 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  51
Muscle Structure and Function II
10:40  151 ABC 51.2 BERG ROBERTSON, AM*; BIEWENER, AAWing muscle function in the pigeon (Columba livia) during short free-flights 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  51
Muscle Structure and Function II
11:00  151 ABC 51.3 JACKSON, Brandon E.*; TOBALSKE, Bret W.; DIAL, Kenneth P.Pectoralis contractile activity during WAIR and flight in pigeons 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  51
Muscle Structure and Function II
11:20  151 ABC 51.4 GEORGE, N.T.*; HSU, H.M.; IRVING, T.C.; DANIEL, T.L.Molecular and structural evidence for temperature dependent elastic energy storage in Manduca sexta 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  51
Muscle Structure and Function II
11:40  151 ABC 51.5 ANDERSON, C.V.*; DEBAN, S.M.Effects of temperature on in vitro muscle dynamics of chameleon feeding muscles 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  52
Biophysical Ecology
08:00  151 DEF 52.1 HONARVAR, Shaya; O'CONNOR, Michael*Tidal ventilation of sea turtle nests 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  52
Biophysical Ecology
08:20  151 DEF 52.2 BOOHER SCHMIDT, C.M.*; HOOD, W.R.Dietary calcium, maternal skeletal condition and lifetime reproductive performance of white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus) 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  52
Biophysical Ecology
08:40  151 DEF 52.3 DENNY, Mark*; DORGAN, Kelly; EVANGELISTA, Dennis; HETTINGER, Annaliese; LEICHTER, James; RUDER, Warren; TUVAL, IdanAnchor Ice and Antarctic Benthis Ecology: The Role of Interspecific Variation in Ice Nucleation 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  52
Biophysical Ecology
09:00  151 DEF 52.4 JOHNSEN, S*; MARSHALL, N.J.Using sunglasses to find the best burger in town: Polarization vision as a camouflage breaker in pelagic predators 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  52
Biophysical Ecology
09:20  151 DEF 52.5 LOUDON, C.*; BRADLEY, T.J.Warming up and cooling down after a very large hot drink by blood-sucking bugs (Rhodnius prolixus) 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  52
Biophysical Ecology
09:40  151 DEF 52.6 CARRINGTON, E*; KULL, KForaging activity of the whelk Nucella ostrina in manipulated tidal regimes 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  53
Sensorimotor Integration and Modeling
08:00  151 G 53.1 VOLYANSKYY, K.*; WEBSTER, D.R.; WEISSBURG, M.J.Neuroadaptive control algorithms for autonomous chemical plume tracking 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  53
Sensorimotor Integration and Modeling
08:20  151 G 53.2 RYERSON, W.G.*; SCHWENK, K.Kinematics of tongue-flicking in garter snakes (Thamnophis sirtalis) 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  53
Sensorimotor Integration and Modeling
08:40  151 G 53.3 PROCTOR, Joshua/L*; HOLMES, PhilipReflexes and running: Modeling neural feedback in a running cockroach 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  53
Sensorimotor Integration and Modeling
09:00  151 G 53.4 GILLIS, Gary B*; TIERNEY, CatherineThe role of vision in coordinating forelimb muscle activity patterns during toad landing 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  53
Sensorimotor Integration and Modeling
09:20  151 G 53.5 UYENO, Theodore A*; GILLES, Benjamin; SUEDA, Shinjiro; LEE, David; WILKINSON, Kit; GISZTER, Simon F. ; PAI, Dinesh K.; NISHIKAWA, Kiisa C. Building a virtual biomechanical model of the Bullfrog skeleton 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  53
Sensorimotor Integration and Modeling
09:40  151 G 53.6 FEITL, KE*; NGO, V; MCHENRY, MJEscape responses of larval fish to a predator's strike 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  54
Swimming: Form and Function
10:20  151 G 54.1 BARTOL, I.K.Effect of Funnel Aperture Variation on Jet Dynamics of Squid 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  54
Swimming: Form and Function
10:40  151 G 54.2 MAIA, Anabela*; WILGA, Cheryl D.Dorsal Fin Muscle Activity During Steady Swimming in Two Shark Species 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  54
Swimming: Form and Function
11:00  151 G 54.3 RUSSO, R/S*; BLEMKER, S/S; FISH, F; MOORED, K; BART-SMITH, HForm-function relationship between ray skeletal architecture and ray locomotion 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  54
Swimming: Form and Function
11:20  151 G 54.4 DANOS, N*; WARD, ABEffects of body shape on myoseptal tendon ossification in teleost fishes 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  54
Swimming: Form and Function
11:40  151 G 54.5 NOWROOZI, B.N.*; BRAINERD, E.L.Intervertebral joint kinematics during the startle response in Striped bass, Morone saxatilis 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  55
Population Genetics
08:00  250 AB 55.1 HORTH, LisaThe association between sex ratio, melanism and numerical abundance in mosquitofish 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  55
Population Genetics
08:20  250 AB 55.2 COX, Christian L*; DAVIS, Alison RThe population genetic structure of ground snakes (Sonora semiannulata)  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  55
Population Genetics
08:40  250 AB 55.3 BOSSU, Christen M.*; NEAR, Thomas J.The role of postmating isolating barriers in the hybridization of Orangethroat Darters. 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  55
Population Genetics
09:00  250 AB 55.4 FOX, Alicia M*; SCHREY, Aaron W; MCCOY, Earl D; MUSHINSKY, Henry RComparison of genetic structure of the Florida Sand Skink, Plestiodon reynoldsi in homogeneous and heterogeneous scrub on Lake Wales Ridge in central Florida 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  55
Population Genetics
09:20  250 AB 55.5 WANG, V.H.*; COHEN, C.S.Recently established populations of Botryllus schlosseri (Ascidiacea) show high diversity at the fusion/histocompatibility locus 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  56
Regulation of Reproduction: Sex Steroids
10:00  250 AB 56.1 BENOWITZ-FREDERICKS, ZM*; HODGE, M; CHOW, J; HAUSSMANN, MUptake and consequences of yolk androstenedione in male and female chicks 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  56
Regulation of Reproduction: Sex Steroids
10:20  250 AB 56.2 WONG, S. C.*; EARLEY, R. L.Color in context: female convict cichlids alter carotenoid-based traits in response to predation risk and changes in breeding status 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  56
Regulation of Reproduction: Sex Steroids
10:40  250 AB 56.3 DUNCAN, C.A.**; JOHN-ALDER, H.B.Testosterone Inhibits Hepatic IGF-I Message in Sceloporus undulatus, a Female-Larger Species of Lizard 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  56
Regulation of Reproduction: Sex Steroids
11:00  250 AB 56.4 DEVICHE, Pierre J*; BURIN DES ROZIERS, Matthieu; GAO, SisiAcute stress-induced inhibition of plasma testosterone in male songbirds: time course, reversibility, and specificity 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  56
Regulation of Reproduction: Sex Steroids
11:20  250 AB 56.5 ANDERSON, E.M.*; NAVARA, K.J.Seminal Plasma Progesterone Influences Sperm Hole Penetration in White Leghorns 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  56
Regulation of Reproduction: Sex Steroids
11:40  250 AB 56.6 PINSON, SE*; NAVARA, KJElevated testosterone during meiotic segregation stimulates laying hens to produce more sons. 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  57
Locomotor Evolution
08:00  250 DE 57.1 KING, Heather M*; SHUBIN, Neil H; COATES, Michael I; HALE , Melina EBenthic Walking in the African Lungfish (Protopterus annectens) 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  57
Locomotor Evolution
08:20  250 DE 57.2 JORGENSEN, M.E.*; REILLY, S.M.Evolution of locomotor systems in frogs 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  57
Locomotor Evolution
08:40  250 DE 57.3 SCALES, Jeffrey AThe evolution of locomotor capabilities in lizards 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  57
Locomotor Evolution
09:00  250 DE 57.4 DEMES, B*; O'NEILL, MCTwo and Four-legged Locomotion in Capuchin Monkeys: Implications for the Evolution of Human Bipedalism.  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  57
Locomotor Evolution
09:20  250 DE 57.5 ZENG, Y*; DUDLEY, RFunctionality of Wings in Flight and Gliding of Stick Insects 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  58
Ecomorphology of Locomotion I
10:00  250 DE 58.1 GILMAN, C.A.*; IRSCHICK, D.J.The effects of perch stability on jumping performance and kinematics in green anole lizards (Anolis carolinensis) 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  58
Ecomorphology of Locomotion I
10:20  250 DE 58.2 ANDERSON, R.A.*; BALDWIN, K.S.Scrub lizard sprinting performance in field and lab 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  58
Ecomorphology of Locomotion I
10:40  250 DE 58.3 LIAO, James C.*; TAGUCHI, MasashigeVelocity-dependant energetics hierarchy for trout swimming in vortical flows 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  58
Ecomorphology of Locomotion I
11:00  250 DE 58.4 PERLMAN, B.M.Just swim away: the C-start escape response in four species of surfperches (Embiotocidae) from central California 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  58
Ecomorphology of Locomotion I
11:20  250 DE 58.5 FEILICH, K.L.*; GERRY, S.P.; ELLERBY, D.J.A Three-Dimensional Approach to Morphological Variation in Bluegill  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  58
Ecomorphology of Locomotion I
11:40  250 DE 58.6 ELLERBY, DJ*; GERRY, SPDo bluegill ecomorphs differ in steady swimming performance and energy economy? 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  59
Animal Communication - Receiver Psychology
08:00  251 AB 59.1 BEE, M.A.*; NITYANANDA, V.Source Segregation Based on Spectral Cues: A Mechanism for Hearing in Mixed-Species Frog Choruses? 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  59
Animal Communication - Receiver Psychology
08:20  251 AB 59.2 GUNDERSON, Alex R.*; LEAL, ManuelA test of a model of visual signal efficacy under natural conditions using Anolis 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  59
Animal Communication - Receiver Psychology
08:40  251 AB 59.3 WESTERMAN, E.L.*; MONTEIRO, A.Butterflies learn to like novel wing patterns, but learning that more is better is easier than learning that less is more 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  59
Animal Communication - Receiver Psychology
09:00  251 AB 59.4 LEAL, MAssociative Learning and Pattern Discrimination in Lizards  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  59
Animal Communication - Receiver Psychology
09:20  251 AB 59.5 WALGUARNERY, J.W.*; BUTLER, M.A.Morphological constraint and behavioral adaptation in the visual ecology of Megalagrion damselflies 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  59
Animal Communication - Receiver Psychology
09:40  251 AB 59.6 TRUEBLOOD, L.A.*; SEIBEL, B.A.Body Patterns of The Humboldt Squid Dosidicus gigas: Diversity in a Uniform World 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  60
Animal Communication - Honest Signalling
10:20  251 AB 60.1 SAFRAN, Rebecca J.The dynamics of physiology-trait relationships: implications for honest signal theory 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  60
Animal Communication - Honest Signalling
10:40  251 AB 60.2 BYWATER, CL*; WHITE, C; WILSON, RSThe physiological basis of dishonest signals of strength in males of the fiddler crab Uca vomeris. 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  60
Animal Communication - Honest Signalling
11:00  251 AB 60.3 YOUNG, A.M.*; WRIGHT, T.F.Analyzing the Costs and Benefits of Vocal Matching in Budgerigars: a Test of the Password Hypothesis 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  60
Animal Communication - Honest Signalling
11:20  251 AB 60.4 REICHERT, M.S.Call timing in the treefrog Dendropsophus ebraccatus: the role of the aggressive call 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  60
Animal Communication - Honest Signalling
11:40  251 AB 60.5 DAVID, GK; WILSON, RS*; ORTIZ-BARRIENTOS, DDiving in soccer: When does it pay to be dishonest? 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  61
Neurobiology - Sensory Biology and Neuroethology
08:00  251 F 61.1 BATTELLE, B-A*; PARKER, A; GADDIE, C; KEMPLER, KBiochemical responses of Limulus photoreceptors to darkness with and without circadian clock input 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  61
Neurobiology - Sensory Biology and Neuroethology
08:20  251 F 61.2 KOHL, T.; YOUNG, B.A.*Electrophysiology of the snake retina 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  61
Neurobiology - Sensory Biology and Neuroethology
08:40  251 F 61.3 TUCKER, S.A*; BENTLEY, G.E.Downstream Regulation Of Melatonin Receptor in a Forebrain Vocal Control Nucleus  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  61
Neurobiology - Sensory Biology and Neuroethology
09:00  251 F 61.4 LEININGER, E.C.*; KELLEY, D.B.The neuromuscular bases of vocalization in X. borealis and X. boumbaensis: insights into the evolution of simple advertisement call patterns in Xenopus  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  61
Neurobiology - Sensory Biology and Neuroethology
09:20  251 F 61.5 LYNCH, K.S.*; BALL, G.F.Song Perception in Female Songbirds: How do They Avoid Errors in Song Discrimination? 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  62
Neurobiology - Motor Control and Locomotion
10:00  251 F 62.1 SPONBERG, S*; FECHKO, AS; DANIEL, TLThe control potential of power muscles in a flying insect 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  62
Neurobiology - Motor Control and Locomotion
10:20  251 F 62.2 HASPEL, G*; O'DONOVAN, MJIterative connections reveal functional segments in Caenorhabditis elegans locomotion network 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  62
Neurobiology - Motor Control and Locomotion
10:40  251 F 62.3 RAMOS, C.D.; LIM, C.K.; AHN, A.N.*In vitro Control of Muscle Actuators to Understand Animal Movement 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  62
Neurobiology - Motor Control and Locomotion
11:00  251 F 62.4 GREEN, M.G.*; HALE, M.E.Motoneurons, muscles and movement: Neural control of the pectoral fins during slow and fast swimming. 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  62
Neurobiology - Motor Control and Locomotion
11:20  251 F 62.5 KAGAYA, Katsushi*; TAKAHATA, MasakazuCharacterization of Brain Neurons Involved in Spontaneously Initiated Walking in Crayfish 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  62
Neurobiology - Motor Control and Locomotion
11:40  251 F 62.6 STEINMETZ, S.M.*; DING, Y.; GOLDMAN, D.I.Sandfish model predicts muscle activation pattern during subsurface sand diving 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  63
Complementary Session to Neuroecology - Chemicals, Signals and Ecology
08:20  250 F 63.1 PRADA, Paola/A*; NEVITT, Gabrielle; FURTON, Kenneth/GA preliminary analysis of naturally occurring volatile organic compounds associated with nest-sites and feathers from Leach’s storm-petrels, Oceanodroma leucorhoa.  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  63
Complementary Session to Neuroecology - Chemicals, Signals and Ecology
08:40  250 F 63.2 FERRIER, G.F.*; KIM, S.J.; LOO, J.A.; ZIMMER, C.A.; ZIMMER , R.K.Sensory Mechanisms Driving Community Ecological Interactions 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  63
Complementary Session to Neuroecology - Chemicals, Signals and Ecology
09:00  250 F 63.4 AGGIO, J.F.*; DERBY, C.D.To eat or not to eat: mechanisms of chemical deterrence in food rejection in the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  63
Complementary Session to Neuroecology - Chemicals, Signals and Ecology
09:20  250 F 63.5 ROWE, A.H.*; ROWE, M.P.; ZAKON, H.H.Coevolution Between Bark Scorpion Pain-inducing Toxins and Grasshopper Mice Pain Receptors 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  64
Complementary Session to Neuroecology - Communication, Migrations, Neurobiology & Hormones
10:00  250 F 64.1 VELEZ, A.*; BEE, M.A.Dip Listening: Do Frogs Do It? 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  64
Complementary Session to Neuroecology - Communication, Migrations, Neurobiology & Hormones
10:20  250 F 64.2 PUTMAN, NF*; LOHMANN, KJLoggerhead Sea Turtle Migrations and Secular Variation: Navigating Through an Ever-changing Geomagnetic Environment 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  64
Complementary Session to Neuroecology - Communication, Migrations, Neurobiology & Hormones
10:40  250 F 64.3 LADAGE, Lara D*; ROTH, Timothy C; PRAVOSUDOV, Vladimir VHippocampal neurogenesis is associated with migratory behavior in adult but not juvenile sparrows (Zonotrichia leucophrys ssp.) 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  64
Complementary Session to Neuroecology - Communication, Migrations, Neurobiology & Hormones
11:00  250 F 64.4 CHANCELLOR, L. V.; ROTH, T. C.; LADAGE, L. D.; PRAVOSUDOV, V. V.*The effect of environmental harshness on hippocampal neurogenesis: a large-scale comparison  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  64
Complementary Session to Neuroecology - Communication, Migrations, Neurobiology & Hormones
11:20  250 F 64.5 CALISI, RM; BENTLEY, GE*Season- and context-dependent sex differences in melatonin receptor activity in a forebrain song control nucleus: studies from the lab and semi-natural environments 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  64
Complementary Session to Neuroecology - Communication, Migrations, Neurobiology & Hormones
11:40  250 F 64.6 EASY, Russell H.*; ADAMO, Shelley A.Biogenic amine receptor gene expression in the immune system and nervous system of the Texas field cricket (Gryllus texensis) 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  65
Complementary Session to Bioinspiration: Locomotion
13:00  150 G 65.1 JAYARAM, K*; MERRITT, C; CHERIAN, A; FULL, R.J.Running without feet: the role of tarsi during high-speed horizontal locomotion in cockroaches 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  65
Complementary Session to Bioinspiration: Locomotion
13:20  150 G 65.2 MALADEN, RD*; DING, Y; UMBANHOWAR, PB; MASSE, A; GOLDMAN, DIThe effects of head shape on drag and lift during subsurface sand-swimming 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  65
Complementary Session to Bioinspiration: Locomotion
13:40  150 G 65.3 MAZOUCHOVA, N.*; UMBANHOWER, P.; GOLDMAN, D.I.Importance of wrist rotation for high performance terrestrial locomotion of a sea turtle inspired physical model 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  65
Complementary Session to Bioinspiration: Locomotion
14:00  150 G 65.4 KEMP, T*; BART-SMITH, H; MOORED, KUnderstanding Batoid Propulsion Through Artificial Structures 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  65
Complementary Session to Bioinspiration: Locomotion
14:20  150 G 65.5 BLEVINS, E.L.*; LAUDER, G.V.Ground Effects on Undulating Fins: Robotic Modeling of Stingray Locomotion 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  65
Complementary Session to Bioinspiration: Locomotion
14:40  150 G 65.6 LAUDER, George*; WITT, Chuck; ANDERSON, ErikBiorobotic analysis of the functional significance of fish tail shapes 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  66
Muscle Structure and Function III
13:00  151 ABC 66.1 LIBBY, T.*; FULL, R. J.Active Muscle Enhances Rapid Perturbation Recovery in an Insect Limb. 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  66
Muscle Structure and Function III
13:20  151 ABC 66.2 KONOW, N*; ROBERTS, TJEnergy absorption by muscle during steady and non-steady movement 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  66
Muscle Structure and Function III
13:40  151 ABC 66.3 LEE, S/SM*; BIEWENER, A/A; DEBOEF MIARA, M; WAKELING, J/MNeuromuscular Activation Dynamics from Different Types of Motor Units for Predicting Muscle Forces During Locomotion 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  66
Muscle Structure and Function III
14:00  151 ABC 66.4 NELSON, RL*; UYENO, TA; WHEELER, MD; YEO, SH; WILKINSON, KC; PAI, DK; NISHIKAWA, KCSARCOMOVER: Towards a sarcomere inspired linear actuator 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  66
Muscle Structure and Function III
14:20  151 ABC 66.5 TITZE, I.R.*; RIEDE, T.THE MUSCLE ACTIVATION PLOT AS A GRAPHIC UNIT INTERFACE FOR VOICE SIMULATION ACROSS SPECIES. 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  66
Muscle Structure and Function III
14:40  151 ABC 66.6 RICHARDS, Christopher T.*; CLEMENTE, Christofer J.Using bio-robotic tools to explore muscle force-length and force-velocity properties in aquatic locomotion 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  67
Water Balance, Energetics and Performance
13:00  151 DEF 67.1 LILLYWHITE, H.B.*; SHEEHY III, C.M.Freshwater drinking requirement in a pelagic sea snake, Pelamis platurus 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  67
Water Balance, Energetics and Performance
13:20  151 DEF 67.2 WRIGHT, C.W.*; JACKSON, M.; DENARDO, D.Examining the chronic and acute impacts of food intake on hydration state in the Gila monster, Heloderma suspectum  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  67
Water Balance, Energetics and Performance
13:40  151 DEF 67.3 GERSON, A.R.*; GUGLIELMO, C.G.High evaporative water loss during endurance flight results in elevated lean mass catabolism in Swainson’s thrushes (Catharus ustulatus) 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  67
Water Balance, Energetics and Performance
14:00  151 DEF 67.4 WAGNER, DN*; GREEN, D; COOPER, JM; BEAUCHESNE, S; WILLIAMS, TDImpact of water level management on the condition of migratory songbirds 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  67
Water Balance, Energetics and Performance
14:20  151 DEF 67.5 PETIT, M.*; LEWDEN, A.; VEZINA, F.Short-term adjustments of metabolic performance in wintering black-capped chickadees: is phenotypic flexibility fast enough to cope with daily climatic variations? 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  67
Water Balance, Energetics and Performance
14:40  151 DEF 67.6 OCOBOCK, C*; PONTZER, H; GOOKIN, J; BAYNES, SA new multivariate model for predicting daily energy expenditure in active human populations 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  68
Swimming: Models, Stability, Maneuverability
13:00  151 G 68.1 TYTELL, E.D.*; HSU, C.-Y.; WILLIAMS, T.L.; COHEN, A.H.; FAUCI, L.J.Interactions between internal forces, body stiffness, and fluid environment in a neuromechanical model of lamprey swimming 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  68
Swimming: Models, Stability, Maneuverability
13:20  151 G 68.2 SEFATI, S.*; MITCHELL, T.; FORTUNE, E.S.; COWAN, N.J.An experimentally validated fluid dynamic model of ribbon-finned propulsion reveals how thrust is controlled by counter-propagating waves 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  68
Swimming: Models, Stability, Maneuverability
13:40  151 G 68.3 PEDERZANI, Jean-Noel*; MOORED, Keith; FISH, Frank; HAJ-HARIRI, HosseinA numerical investigation of the hydrodynamic signature of batoid swimming 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  68
Swimming: Models, Stability, Maneuverability
14:00  151 G 68.4 MOORED, K. W.*; QUINN, D. B.; FISH, F. E.; HAJ-HARIRI, H.; BART-SMITH, H.Analytical model to describe pectoral fin kinematics of the Manta birostris: implications for bio-inspired design 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  68
Swimming: Models, Stability, Maneuverability
14:20  151 G 68.5 HOFFMAN, J.L.*; FISH, F.E.; BART-SMITH, H.Examining Behavioral Responses For Stability of Batoids in Response to Waves 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  68
Swimming: Models, Stability, Maneuverability
14:40  151 G 68.6 FISH, F.E.*; NICHOLS, R.H.; DUDAS, M.A.; MOORED, K.W.; BART-SMITH, H.Kinematics of swimming in the manta ray (Manta birostris): 3D analysis of open water maneuverability 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  69
Regulation of Reproduction - Seasonality
13:00  250 AB 69.1 BENTLEY, GEThyroid Hormones and Seasonality: The DIO2 Conundrum 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  69
Regulation of Reproduction - Seasonality
13:20  250 AB 69.2 HEALY, JE*; BATEMAN, JL; GEARHART, CN; OSTROM, CE; FLORANT, GLPeripheral ghrelin stimulates feeding and positive energy balance in a sciurid hibernator 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  69
Regulation of Reproduction - Seasonality
13:40  250 AB 69.3 LULOFF, T.W.*; HAHN, T.P.; MACDOUGALL-SHACKLETON, S.A.Visual stimulation by blooming thistles accelerates changes in reproductive physiology in American goldfinches 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  69
Regulation of Reproduction - Seasonality
14:00  250 AB 69.4 MCGUIRE, NM*; KANGAS, K; KOH, A; BENTLEY, GESeason-dependent modulation of testosterone and estradiol by gonadal neuropeptides 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  69
Regulation of Reproduction - Seasonality
14:20  250 AB 69.5 STEVENSON, TJ*; BALL, GFThe neurogenetics of avian photoperiodism: a key role for gonadotropin releasing hormone 1 (GnRH1).  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  69
Regulation of Reproduction - Seasonality
14:40  250 AB 69.6 PERFITO, N.*; ZANN, R.A.; HAU, M.; BENTLEY, G.E.SEASONAL-LIKE VARIATION IN SONG SYSTEM VOLUME IN WILD ZEBRA FINCHES  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  70
Ecomorphology of Locomotion II
13:00  250 DE 70.1 KLAASSEN VAN OORSCHOT, B*; TOBALSKE, B.W.Aerodynamic effects of splayed primary feathers 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  70
Ecomorphology of Locomotion II
13:20  250 DE 70.2 BOWLIN, MS*; MUIJRES, FT; JOHANSSON, CL; HEDENSTROM, AThe aerodynamic consequences of molt 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  70
Ecomorphology of Locomotion II
13:40  250 DE 70.3 NICHOLS, R.H.*; FISH, F.E.; BOETTGER, S.A.; BART-SMITH, H.Comparative gross and sensory morphology of batoid tails 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  70
Ecomorphology of Locomotion II
14:00  250 DE 70.4 MCELROY, E. J.The effect of tail autotomy on locomotor performance in the long tailed grass lizard, Takydromus sexlineatus  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  70
Ecomorphology of Locomotion II
14:20  250 DE 70.5 KANE, EA*; HIGHAM, TEMultidimensional analysis of locomotion and feeding in cottids 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  70
Ecomorphology of Locomotion II
14:40  250 DE 70.6 HULSEY, CD*; RUPP, MF; HOLLINGSWORTH JR, PRCan Pectoral Fin Locomotion Mediate Trophic Divergence in a Sister Species Pair of Malawi Cichlids?  
  Thursday, Jan. 6  71
Thermal Physiology
13:00  251 AB 71.1 KERFOOT, J.R.*; TURINGAN, R.G.The Influence of Temperature on the Physiology and Feeding Behavior of the Invasive Pike Killifish, Belonesox belizanus 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  71
Thermal Physiology
13:20  251 AB 71.2 CLEMMENSEN, S.F.*; CERVONI, G.E.; HAHN, D.A.Seasonal cues alter the temperature-size relationship in an ectotherm 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  71
Thermal Physiology
13:40  251 AB 71.3 BAGGE, L.E.*; KOOPMAN, H.N; POKORNY, A.; MCLELLAN, W.A.; PABST, D.A.Depth-specific fatty acid composition and temperature dependent thermal properties of the blubber of short-finned pilot whales (Globicephala macrorhynchus) 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  71
Thermal Physiology
14:00  251 AB 71.4 BERNER, N.J.Effect of diet on membrane composition and CCO activity in the Eastern red spotted newt (Notophthalmus viridescens viridescens) 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  71
Thermal Physiology
14:20  251 AB 71.5 MANDIN, Clément*; VÉZINA, FrançoisDaily and seasonal variation in markers of nutritional condition in black-capped chickadee: effect of short term climate fluctuations 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  71
Thermal Physiology
14:40  251 AB 71.6 KOBEY, R.L.*; MONTOOTH, K.L.The contribution of desiccation and starvation to cold mortality in Drosophila melanogaster 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  72
Neurobiological Control of Behavior
13:00  251 D 72.1 WEBB, JW*; ALBERG, TConvergent Evolution of an Adaptive Phenotype in the Mechnosensory Lateral Line System: It’s not that Simple 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  72
Neurobiological Control of Behavior
13:20  251 D 72.2 BERGSTROM, MA*; WEBB, JFLinking hydrodynamic stimuli and lateral line-mediated feeding behavior in a Lake Malawi cichlid 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  72
Neurobiological Control of Behavior
13:40  251 D 72.3 GARDINER, Jayne M*; ATEMA, Jelle; HUETER, Robert E; MOTTA, Philip JMultisensory Integration in Shark Feeding Behavior 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  72
Neurobiological Control of Behavior
14:00  251 D 72.4 FECHKO, AS*; HINTERWIRTH, AJ; DANIEL, TLGaining insight: visual feedback control in the hawkmoth Manduca sexta. 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  72
Neurobiological Control of Behavior
14:20  251 D 72.5 GOLLER, B.*; ALTSHULER, D.L.Visual stabilization during hummingbird flight 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  73
Education, Outreach and Policy
13:00  250 F 73.1 WEINTRAUB, J.P.Evolution Education Resources from The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  73
Education, Outreach and Policy
13:20  250 F 73.2 ARONOWSKY, A*; SANZENBACHER, B; VILLANOSA, K; THOMPSON, J; ANGIELCZYK, KD; DREW, JA21st century learning in biology: examples and lessons learned from five digital learning projects 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  73
Education, Outreach and Policy
13:40  250 F 73.3 WHEELER, Maxwell D*; BARBANO, Duane L; NELSON, Russel L; UYENO, Theodore AMicrotomy and Histology in the High School Biology Classroom 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  73
Education, Outreach and Policy
14:00  250 F 73.4 FURIMSKY, M.Taking learning to the extremes: The natural history of Chile as a biological case study. 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  73
Education, Outreach and Policy
14:20  250 F 73.5 MOORHEAD, Luke*; BREUNER, Creagh; BLANK, LisaImpacting Science Teacher Candidate Practices through Authentic Research Experience 
  Thursday, Jan. 6  73
Education, Outreach and Policy
14:40  250 F 73.6 ROWE, M.P.*; GILLESPIE, M.B.; ROSE, L.A.Rethinking College General Education Science Courses 


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