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

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Friday, Jan. 7  MOORE15:00  Ballroom B MOORE.1 FREEMAN, ScottEvidence-based Teaching in Introductory Biology 
  Friday, Jan. 7  Other Events Friday12:00  N/A Other Events Friday. SPDAC Meeting Noon-1:00pm Boardroom, Convention Center 
  Friday, Jan. 7  Other Events Friday12:00  N/A Other Events Friday. NSF Workshop: " NSF Information Updates, and Funding Opportunities" Noon-1:00pm 151G 
  Friday, Jan. 7  Other Events Friday15:00  N/A Other Events Friday. Moore Lecture: Scott Freeman 3:00-4:00pm-Ballroom B, Convention Center 
  Friday, Jan. 7  Other Events Friday16:00  N/A Other Events Friday. Society-wide Social in Honor of Students and Post Docs 4:00- 6:00pm Registration Foyer 
  Friday, Jan. 7  Other Events Friday19:00  N/A Other Events Friday. Executive Committee 7:00-9:00am Deer Valley (M) 
  Friday, Jan. 7  74
Complementary Session to Population Dynamics of Crustaceans
08:00  251 F 74.1 DEMIRI, Bora*; CRISTESCU, Melania; CREASE, Teresa Genetic and expression changes in lactate dehydrogenase as potential mechanisms for promoting local adaptation in the Daphnia pulex species complex (Cladocera, Anomopoda) 
  Friday, Jan. 7  74
Complementary Session to Population Dynamics of Crustaceans
08:20  251 F 74.2 XU, Sen*; OMILIAN, Angela R.; CRISTESCU, MelaniaCrustaceans as ecological genomics models: high rate of deletions in asexual Daphnia and implications for the evolution of sex  
  Friday, Jan. 7  74
Complementary Session to Population Dynamics of Crustaceans
08:40  251 F 74.3 CONSTANTIN, A.*; CREASE, T.J.; CRISTESCU, M.E.Habitat transition and ecological speciation with gene flow in Daphnia pulex species complex 
  Friday, Jan. 7  74
Complementary Session to Population Dynamics of Crustaceans
09:00  251 F 74.4 ALTSHULER, I*; CRISTESCU, METhe effects of declining calcium levels on the gene expression patterns in crustaceans.  
  Friday, Jan. 7  74
Complementary Session to Population Dynamics of Crustaceans
09:20  251 F 74.5 VAILLANT, JJ*; CRISTESCU, ME; HAFFNER, GDThe Calanoids of Sulawesi: Exploring Speciation Patterns in Ancient Lakes 
  Friday, Jan. 7  75
Complementary Session to Environmentally-Cued Hatching Across Taxa
10:00  151 ABC 75.1 VONESH, J.R.*; MCCOY, M.W.; HUGHEY, M.C.; WARKENTIN, K.M.Sequential predator effects across life stages: Predicting phenotypic and density effects of egg predators on larval survival and growth  
  Friday, Jan. 7  75
Complementary Session to Environmentally-Cued Hatching Across Taxa
10:20  151 ABC 75.2 LANDBERG, T.*; COHEN, K. L.; WILLINK, B.; WARKENTIN, K. M.Effects of Hatching Age and Predator Cues on the Development of Escape Swimming Performance and Survival with Dragonfly Predators in Red-Eyed Treefrogs. 
  Friday, Jan. 7  75
Complementary Session to Environmentally-Cued Hatching Across Taxa
10:40  151 ABC 75.3 DELIA, JesseThe role of parental care in mediating a plastic life-history switch point: an example from a Neotropical glassfrog 
  Friday, Jan. 7  75
Complementary Session to Environmentally-Cued Hatching Across Taxa
11:00  151 ABC 75.4 CARRILLO, A.*; ALMASARWEH, F.A.; DICKSON, K.A.Does extended incubation affect morphology and feeding ability of larval California grunion, Leuresthes tenuis? 
  Friday, Jan. 7  75
Complementary Session to Environmentally-Cued Hatching Across Taxa
11:20  151 ABC 75.5 ARYAFAR, H.*; DICKSON, K.A.Does delayed hatching in the California grunion, Leuresthes tenuis, affect larval development, swimming activity and survival? 
  Friday, Jan. 7  75
Complementary Session to Environmentally-Cued Hatching Across Taxa
11:40  151 ABC 75.6 SPENCER, R-J*; MCGLASHAN, J; COLBERT, P; JANZEN, FSynchronous Hatching: Mechanisms and Evolution 
  Friday, Jan. 7  76
Hormonal Control of Osmoregulation
09:00  151 DEF 76.1 TIPSMARK, CK*; BREVES, JP; HIRANO, T; GRAU, EGSalinity dependent gill Na,K-ATPase isoform shifts in a cichlid fish and prolactin dependence of the freshwater enzyme  
  Friday, Jan. 7  76
Hormonal Control of Osmoregulation
09:20  151 DEF 76.2 MCCORMICK, S.D.*; REGISH, A.M.; CHADWICK, J.G.; CHRISTENSEN, A.K.Hormonal control and developmental changes in the salinity-dependent isoforms of the branchial sodium pump of Atlantic salmon. 
  Friday, Jan. 7  77
Digestive Physiology
10:00  151 DEF 77.1 BOUCHARD, S. S.*; JENNEY, C. R.; CHARBONNIER, J. F.; WARKENTIN, K. M.Density-dependent digestive plasticity in red-eyed treefrogs before and after metamorphosis. 
  Friday, Jan. 7  77
Digestive Physiology
10:20  151 DEF 77.2 MUNOZ-GARCIA, Agusti*; AAMIDOR, Sarah; MCCUE, Marshall; MCWILLIAMS, Scott; PINSHOW, BerryAllocation of endogenous and dietary protein in the reconstitution of the gastrointestinal tract in migratory blackcaps, Sylvia attricapilla, at stopover sites 
  Friday, Jan. 7  77
Digestive Physiology
10:40  151 DEF 77.3 SKOPEC, M.M.*; MALENKE, J.R.; HALPERT, J.R.; DEARING, M.D.Role of cytochrome P450s in juniper versus creosote consumption in woodrats 
  Friday, Jan. 7  77
Digestive Physiology
11:00  151 DEF 77.4 KOHL, K.D.*; DEARING, M.D.Physiological and evolutionary responses of digestive enzymes to toxin-rich diets 
  Friday, Jan. 7  77
Digestive Physiology
11:20  151 DEF 77.6 SECOR, Stephen M.*; LIGNOT, Jean-HerveDoes form dictates function in the adaptive regulation of intestinal performance among snakes? 
  Friday, Jan. 7  78
Biogeography and Diversity
08:00  151 G 78.1 GODDARD, J.H.R; GOSLINER, T.M.; PEARSE, J.S.*Decline in nudibranch gastropods following a climate-related range shift of a large predatory aeolid in the northeast Pacific Ocean 
  Friday, Jan. 7  78
Biogeography and Diversity
08:20  151 G 78.2 LAKE, D.T.*; LEE, K.A.; RUIZ, G.M.; COHEN, C.S.Phylogenetic Analysis of Bicoastal Parasite Diversity in Three Brooding Bivalves 
  Friday, Jan. 7  78
Biogeography and Diversity
08:40  151 G 78.3 BERKE, S K*; JABLONSKI, D; KRUG, A Z; TOMASOVYCH, A; VALENTINE, J WRenegade clams: Marine bivalves follow neither Bergmann’s Rule nor its converse 
  Friday, Jan. 7  78
Biogeography and Diversity
09:00  151 G 78.4 BOYER, Sarah L.*; HOWE, Alexander A.; JUERGENS, Nathan W.; HOVE, Mark C.CSI Freshwater Mussels: Using DNA Barcoding to Identify Microscopic Animals 
  Friday, Jan. 7  78
Biogeography and Diversity
09:20  151 G 78.5 TUCKER, D.B.*; HARRISON, J.S.; MCBRAYER, L.D.Genetic isolation of Sceloporus woodi due to mature forests and major roadways 
  Friday, Jan. 7  78
Biogeography and Diversity
09:40  151 G 78.6 TIMMINS-SCHIFFMAN, E.B.*; DORFMEIER, E.M.; ROBERTS, S.B.The Effects of Climate Change on Physiology: Pacific Oyster (Crassostrea gigas) Larval Response to Environmental Change 
  Friday, Jan. 7  79
Biodiversity in the Oceans
10:20  151 G 79.1 MUNSON, D.A.The distribution of Acanthamoeba spp. in marine and estuarine sediments from the coast of France  
  Friday, Jan. 7  79
Biodiversity in the Oceans
10:40  151 G 79.3 TRICAS, T.C.*; BOYLE, K.S.Hawaiian Reef Fish Cocktail Parties: Look Who is Talking ! 
  Friday, Jan. 7  79
Biodiversity in the Oceans
11:00  151 G 79.4 LASKER, H.R.Reproductive Strategy, Larval Behavior and Recruitment among Caribbean Octocorals 
  Friday, Jan. 7  80
Aquatic Feeding I
08:00  250 AB 80.1 VAN WASSENBERGH, S*; AERTS, PA computational modelling perspective on buccal expansion dynamics and water flow patterns in suction feeding fish 
  Friday, Jan. 7  80
Aquatic Feeding I
08:20  250 AB 80.2 GOLDBOGEN, Jeremy, A.*; CALAMBOKIDIS, John; MCKENNA, Megan; OLESON, Erin; POTVIN, Jean; PYENSON, Nick; SCHORR, Greg; SHADWICK, RobertMechanics, hydrodynamics and energetics of blue whale lunge feeding: predatory strategies and efficiency dependence on krill density 
  Friday, Jan. 7  80
Aquatic Feeding I
08:40  250 AB 80.3 MARA, KR*; MOTTA, PJFunctional Morphology of the Feeding Apparatus in Hammerhead Sharks (Sphyrnidae): a Phylogenetic Perspective 
  Friday, Jan. 7  80
Aquatic Feeding I
09:00  250 AB 80.4 WILGA, C/D*; STOEHR, A/A; DUQUETTE, D/C; ALLEN, R/MBiomechanics of Prey Capture in Elasmobranchs 
  Friday, Jan. 7  80
Aquatic Feeding I
09:20  250 AB 80.5 MULVANY, SM*; MOTTA, PJFeeding kinematics in batoids: comparing species with and without cephalic lobes 
  Friday, Jan. 7  80
Aquatic Feeding I
09:40  250 AB 80.6 STOEHR, A/A*; WILGA, C/D; ALLEN, R/MPrey Processing in Elasmobranchs 
  Friday, Jan. 7  81
Aquatic Feeding II
10:20  250 AB 81.1 REECE, JOSHUA S*; MEHTA, RITA S; ALFARO, MICHAELFunctional and morphological convergence in durophagous moray eels 
  Friday, Jan. 7  81
Aquatic Feeding II
10:40  250 AB 81.2 MORAN, C.J.*; FERRY, L.A.Bite force production in Kyphosidae 
  Friday, Jan. 7  81
Aquatic Feeding II
11:00  250 AB 81.3 CROFTS, S.B.*; SUMMERS, A.P.Finite element analysis of crushing teeth 
  Friday, Jan. 7  81
Aquatic Feeding II
11:20  250 AB 81.4 FERRY, LA*; GIBB, AC; KONOW, NKissing and scraping: the intramandibular joint in Helostoma temmincki  
  Friday, Jan. 7  81
Aquatic Feeding II
11:40  250 AB 81.5 PFEIFFENBERGER, J.A.*; MOTTA, P.J.The Effects of Intraspecific Competition on the Prey-Capture Kinematics and Behavior of Bluegill Sunfish, Lepomis macrochirus 
  Friday, Jan. 7  82
Loads and Levers
08:00  250 DE 82.1 DUMONT, E.R.*; SAMAVEDAM, K.C.; GROSSE, I.R.Mechanical optimization and skull form in New World leaf-nosed bats 
  Friday, Jan. 7  82
Loads and Levers
08:20  250 DE 82.2 ROSS, C.F.*; PORRO, L.B.; HOLLIDAY, C.M.; ANAPOL, F.; OLIVEROS, L.C.; OLIVEROS, L.T.Free body analysis, beam mechanics, and finite element modeling of the mandible of Alligator mississippiensis 
  Friday, Jan. 7  82
Loads and Levers
08:40  250 DE 82.3 ROSARIO, M.V.*; PATEK, S.N.; DUMONT, E.R.Comparing elastic energy structures in mantis shrimp using finite element analysis 
  Friday, Jan. 7  82
Loads and Levers
09:00  250 DE 82.4 HUBEL, TY*; USHERWOOD, JLimitations for walking speeds – how accurate are predictions based on a reductionist inverted pendulum model  
  Friday, Jan. 7  82
Loads and Levers
09:20  250 DE 82.5 MCHENRY, MJ*; STROTHER, JADo skeletal levers have a trade-off between speed and force?  
  Friday, Jan. 7  83
Limb Loading and Structural Design
10:00  250 DE 83.1 CLEMENTE, C.J.*; WITHERS, P.C.; THOMPSON, G.; LLOYD, DEvolution of body posture with body size within Varanid lizards (Squamata: Varanidae: Varanus). 
  Friday, Jan. 7  83
Limb Loading and Structural Design
10:20  250 DE 83.2 BLOB, R.W.*; BUTCHER, M.T.; GOSNELL, W.C.; MAIE, T.; PARRISH, J.H.A.Locomotor Loading of the Femur in Opossums: Safety Factors, Loading Regimes, and an Explanation for Mediolateral Bending 
  Friday, Jan. 7  83
Limb Loading and Structural Design
10:40  250 DE 83.3 BYRON, CD*; OUY, L; ADENIYI, AR; VANVALKENBURGH, DMouse phalangeal morphology and implications for agility within the fine-branch niche 
  Friday, Jan. 7  83
Limb Loading and Structural Design
11:00  250 DE 83.4 OSBORN, M.L.*; HOMBERGER, D.G.The Human Head-Neck-Shoulder Complex: A Configuration to Free the Hands 
  Friday, Jan. 7  83
Limb Loading and Structural Design
11:20  250 DE 83.5 PROVINI, P.*; ABOURACHID, A.Leg thrust forces in Zebra finches during take-off and landing on non-level perches 
  Friday, Jan. 7  83
Limb Loading and Structural Design
11:40  250 DE 83.6 BERTRAM, JEA*; GUTMANN, A; GERMSCHEID, N; MATYAS, JHow a quadruped limps: long-term quantification of support redistribution following injury in the dog 
  Friday, Jan. 7  84
Parental Behavior
08:20  251 AB 84.1 HAUBER, MEAvian family dynamics and the evolution of virulence in parasitized nests 
  Friday, Jan. 7  84
Parental Behavior
08:40  251 AB 84.2 KNUTIE, S.A.*; KOOP, J.A.H.; FRENCH, S.S.; CLAYTON, D.H.The woes of parenthood: the stress of an introduced nest parasite on Darwin's finches 
  Friday, Jan. 7  84
Parental Behavior
09:00  251 AB 84.3 WARNER, D.A.*; MITCHELL, T.S.; JANZEN, F.J.Decoupling Intrinsic and Behavioral Maternal Effects on Phenotypic Variation in Hatchling Turtles: Insights from a Cross-fostering Experiment in the Field 
  Friday, Jan. 7  84
Parental Behavior
09:20  251 AB 84.4 SMALL, TW*; BRIDGE, E; SCHOECH, SJTargeted dietary supplementation in free-living Florida Scrub-Jays (Aphelocoma coerulescens): use of a novel “SmartFeeder” design 
  Friday, Jan. 7  85
Behavioral Ecology - Novel and Harsh Environments
10:00  251 AB 85.1 LANGKILDE, T*; TROMPETER, W. P.Invader danger: lizards faced with novel predators exhibit altered behavioral stress responses 
  Friday, Jan. 7  85
Behavioral Ecology - Novel and Harsh Environments
10:20  251 AB 85.2 SEWALL, Kendra B.*; NOWICKI, StephenThe relationship between behavioral syndromes and behavioral plasticity in male song sparrows 
  Friday, Jan. 7  85
Behavioral Ecology - Novel and Harsh Environments
10:40  251 AB 85.3 ATWELL, Jonathan W.*; CARDOSO, Goncalo C.; WHITTAKER, Danielle J.; KETTERSON, Ellen D.Persistent population differences in boldness behavior and stress physiology suggest rapid evolution following colonization of a novel environment 
  Friday, Jan. 7  85
Behavioral Ecology - Novel and Harsh Environments
11:00  251 AB 85.4 ROBBINS, T.R.*; LANGKILDE, T.Stress and Invasion: Factors influencing the escape behavior of native fence lizards in response to introduced fire ants 
  Friday, Jan. 7  85
Behavioral Ecology - Novel and Harsh Environments
11:20  251 AB 85.5 ROTH, Timothy C*; LADAGE, Lara D; PRAVOSUDOV, Vladimir VLearning capabilities enhanced in harsh environments 
  Friday, Jan. 7  85
Behavioral Ecology - Novel and Harsh Environments
11:40  251 AB 85.6 FLYNN, L.M.; ZANI, P.A.**Anti-predator behavior of side-blotched lizards in response to a novel predator 
  Friday, Jan. 7  86
Evolutionary Physiology I: Mice and Metabolism
08:00  251 DE 86.1 DLUGOSZ, EM*; SCHUTZ, H; MEEK, TH; ACOSTA, W; DOWNS, CJ; PLATZER, EG; CHAPPELL, MA; GARLAND, T JrImmune Response to a Trichinella spiralis infection in high-runner mice 
  Friday, Jan. 7  86
Evolutionary Physiology I: Mice and Metabolism
08:20  251 DE 86.2 DOWNS, C.J.*; SCHUTZ, H.; MEEK, T.H.; DLUGOSZ, E.M.; ACOSTA, W.; GARLAND, T. JR.Innate immune function in mice selectively breed for high voluntary wheel-running behavior 
  Friday, Jan. 7  86
Evolutionary Physiology I: Mice and Metabolism
08:40  251 DE 86.3 BRZEK, Pawel*; KSIAZEK, Aneta; GEBCZYNSKI, Andrzej; FRANCZUK, Justyna; KONARZEWSKI, MarekDoes high level of Basal Metabolic Rate increase susceptibility to food shortage? 
  Friday, Jan. 7  86
Evolutionary Physiology I: Mice and Metabolism
09:00  251 DE 86.4 MONTOOTH, Kristi*; HOEKSTRA, Luke; RICE, JessicaImpacts of the mitochondrial-nuclear interaction on metabolic fitness 
  Friday, Jan. 7  86
Evolutionary Physiology I: Mice and Metabolism
09:20  251 DE 86.5 GEBCZYNSKI, A K*; KONARZEWSKI, MEffects of oxygen availability on maximum aerobic performance in mice selected for divergent BMR or high aerobic capacity 
  Friday, Jan. 7  86
Evolutionary Physiology I: Mice and Metabolism
09:40  251 DE 86.6 SADOWSKA, J.*; GEBCZYNSKI, A.K; KONARZEWSKI, M.Milk composition of mice divergently selected for Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) 
  Friday, Jan. 7  87
Evolutionary Physiology II
10:20  251 DE 87.1 MOORE, A.F.*; MENAKER, M.Photosensitivity of the circadian clock is correlated with photic niche in Anolis lizards 
  Friday, Jan. 7  87
Evolutionary Physiology II
10:40  251 DE 87.3 DOWD, WW*; SOMERO, GNPatterns of oxidative protein damage and gaping behavior following repeated heat stress in Mytilus mussels 
  Friday, Jan. 7  87
Evolutionary Physiology II
11:00  251 DE 87.4 WAITE, JESSICA L*; HENRY, AUTUMN R; CLAYTON, DALE HDo Flies Suffer Fitness Consequences From Vectoring Blood Parasites: Experiments with Pseudolynchia canariensis and Haemoproteus columbae 
  Friday, Jan. 7  88
Reproductive Physiology
13:00  151 ABC 88.1 WELLS, S.L.*; MCCONAUGHA, J.R.; HORTH, L.A.Multiple Mating and Sperm Allocation in an Exploited Decapod Crustacean 
  Friday, Jan. 7  88
Reproductive Physiology
13:20  151 ABC 88.2 ZALESKI, M.A.F.*; TAMONE, S.L.Reproductive indices of male snow crab Chionoecetes opilio from the eastern Bering Sea 
  Friday, Jan. 7  88
Reproductive Physiology
13:40  151 ABC 88.3 CONNER, S.L.*; BAUER, R.T.First test of the protandric hypothesis in the bopyrid isopod hyperparasite Cabirops sp.  
  Friday, Jan. 7  88
Reproductive Physiology
14:00  151 ABC 88.4 STEWART, J.R.*; ECAY, T.W.; THOMPSON, M.B.Calcium Placentotrophy in a Lizard with Prolonged Uterine Egg Retention 
  Friday, Jan. 7  88
Reproductive Physiology
14:20  151 ABC 88.5 HEISS, Rebecca S. *; SCHOECH, Stephan, J. Oxidative damage reduces reproductive output in the cooperatively breeding Florida Scrub-Jay 
  Friday, Jan. 7  88
Reproductive Physiology
14:40  151 ABC 88.6 WATTS, H.E.*; SIMENHOFF, C.L.; HAHN, T.P.Sex differences in the effect of environmental cues on reproductive development in pine siskins 
  Friday, Jan. 7  89
Marine Vision and Visibility
13:00  151 DEF 89.1 ZYLINSKI, SCamouflage and chromatophores in the open ocean: transparency and body patterning in the mesopelagic octopus Japetella 
  Friday, Jan. 7  89
Marine Vision and Visibility
13:20  151 DEF 89.2 SPEISER, D.I.*; JOHNSEN, S.Seeing through rocks: Chitons use calcium carbonate lenses to form images 
  Friday, Jan. 7  89
Marine Vision and Visibility
13:40  151 DEF 89.3 HOLT, A. L.*; SWEENEY, A. M.; MORSE, D. E.Optical probing and modeling of structural reflections from proteinaceous shapes in squid 
  Friday, Jan. 7  89
Marine Vision and Visibility
14:00  151 DEF 89.4 SWEENEY, A.M.*; HOLT, A.L.; HOWELL, A.; SHANER, N.C.; MORSE, D.E.Squid reflectins and photonic self-assembly: a transcriptomic approach 
  Friday, Jan. 7  89
Marine Vision and Visibility
14:20  151 DEF 89.5 BALDWIN FERGUS, J.L.*; JOHNSEN, S.When love is blind: Vision constrained by molting during mating in the female blue crab 
  Friday, Jan. 7  90
Stress Endocrinology - Responses to Chronic Stressors
13:00  151 G 90.1 HARRIS, B.N.*; SALTZMAN, W.; DE JONG, T.R.; PEREA-RODRIGUEZ, J.P.; CHAUKE, M.; MILNES, M.R.How to tell when your fecal assay is crap: considerations for development and validation of fecal steroid assays 
  Friday, Jan. 7  90
Stress Endocrinology - Responses to Chronic Stressors
13:20  151 G 90.2 WARNE, R.W.*; CRESPI, E.J.The long-term developmental and physiological effects of larval environmental stressors are condition-dependent in wood frogs 
  Friday, Jan. 7  90
Stress Endocrinology - Responses to Chronic Stressors
13:40  151 G 90.3 BAUER, C.B.*; GLASSMAN, L.G.; ROMERO, L.M.Unpredictable Food Availability as an Ethologically Relevant Chronic Stressor in European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) 
  Friday, Jan. 7  90
Stress Endocrinology - Responses to Chronic Stressors
14:00  151 G 90.4 LYNN, Sharon E.*; PHILLIPS, Megan M.; PRINCE, Leslie E.; KERN, Michael D. Lasting impacts of handling on adrenocortical responsiveness of free-living adult and nestling eastern bluebirds 
  Friday, Jan. 7  90
Stress Endocrinology - Responses to Chronic Stressors
14:20  151 G 90.5 HAUSSMANN, M.F.*; BOWDEN, R.M.Stress begets stress: elevated yolk corticosterone impacts oxidative stress in chicks 
  Friday, Jan. 7  91
Locomotion - Gait, Rattle and Roll
13:00  250 AB 91.1 MCBRIDE, JA; CHADWELL, BA; ASHLEY-ROSS, MA*Roll with it: how tarantulas turn over 
  Friday, Jan. 7  91
Locomotion - Gait, Rattle and Roll
13:20  250 AB 91.2 ASTLEY, H.C.Getting around when you’re round: Quantitative analysis of the locomotion of the thick-spined brittlestar (Ophiocoma echinata). 
  Friday, Jan. 7  91
Locomotion - Gait, Rattle and Roll
13:40  250 AB 91.3 REVZEN, s*; GUCKENHEIMER, j/m; FULL, r/jSubtle differences in gaits: the perspective of data driven Floquet analysis 
  Friday, Jan. 7  91
Locomotion - Gait, Rattle and Roll
14:00  250 AB 91.4 NAUWELAERTS, S.*; AERTS, P.; CLAYTON, H.M.Energetic cost of transitioning between trot and gallop and back in horses 
  Friday, Jan. 7  91
Locomotion - Gait, Rattle and Roll
14:20  250 AB 91.5 DEBAN, S.M.*; SCHILLING, N.; CARRIER, D.R.Activity of extrinsic forelimb and hindlimb muscles in dogs while walking, trotting and galloping 
  Friday, Jan. 7  91
Locomotion - Gait, Rattle and Roll
14:40  250 AB 91.6 HUDSON, P.E.*; CORR, S.A.; WILSON, A.M.Galloping cheetahs: the challenges of high speed locomotion 
  Friday, Jan. 7  92
Chemical Ecology
13:00  250 DE 92.1 BOETTGER, SA*; TARASKA, NG; JOSEPH, J; WALKER, CWContaminants and Cancer: Heavy metal pollution induces development of hemic neoplasia in Mya arenaria. 
  Friday, Jan. 7  92
Chemical Ecology
13:20  250 DE 92.2 SAMUNI, M*; IZHAKI, I; DEARING, D.M; ARAD, ZDifferential Responses of Two Species of Spiny Mouse to Glucosinolates in Sweet Mignonette Fruits  
  Friday, Jan. 7  92
Chemical Ecology
13:40  250 DE 92.3 BAUTISTA, J.A.*; WILSON, B.A.Bioassay to determine toxic effects of imazapyr on Daphnia 
  Friday, Jan. 7  92
Chemical Ecology
14:00  250 DE 92.4 WILLIAMS, B.L.*; HANIFIN, C.T.; BRODIE, JR., E.D.; CALDWELL, R.L.Ontogeny of tetrodotoxin levels in blue-ringed octopuses: Maternal investment as well as independent production in offspring of Hapalochlaena lunulata 
  Friday, Jan. 7  92
Chemical Ecology
14:20  250 DE 92.5 CLOTFELTER, ED*; BROWN, AC; MONTGOMERY, TM; STEVENSON, LM; GENDELMAN, HK; OTA, MReproductive consequences of exposure to waterborne phytoestrogens and ethinyl estradiol in male fighting fish Betta splendens 
  Friday, Jan. 7  92
Chemical Ecology
14:40  250 DE 92.6 SPRAYBERRY, J.D.H.*; RITTER, K.Effects of Non-insecticidal Agricultural Chemicals on Bumblebee Foraging Behavior 
  Friday, Jan. 7  93
Behavioral Ecology - Foraging
13:00  251 AB 93.1 MAYACK, C/L*; NAUG, DDesperate times call for desperate measures: Energetic stress from infection causes risk-prone foraging behavior in honeybees 
  Friday, Jan. 7  93
Behavioral Ecology - Foraging
13:20  251 AB 93.2 SPARKS, M.N.*; LEWIS, C.M.; JOHNSON, M.A.Ectoparasite Load and Territorial Behavior in Green Anole Lizards (Anolis carolinensis) 
  Friday, Jan. 7  93
Behavioral Ecology - Foraging
13:40  251 AB 93.3 PAKES, M. Joey*; LINDBERG, David R.; CALDWELL, Roy L. Behavior of remipede crustaceans: in caves, in situ, and in fluorescence 
  Friday, Jan. 7  93
Behavioral Ecology - Foraging
14:00  251 AB 93.4 ULAPPA, A.C.*; SHIPLEY, L.A.; RACHLOW, J.L.; FORBEY, J.S.Nutritional and chemical factors shaping the “foodscape” of a dietary specialist herbivore, the pygmy rabbit 
  Friday, Jan. 7  93
Behavioral Ecology - Foraging
14:20  251 AB 93.5 KARSTEN, K.B.*; FERGUSON, G.W.; CHEN, T.C.; HOLICK, M.F.Panther chameleons behaviorally regulate optimal UV exposure depending on dietary vitamin D3 status 
  Friday, Jan. 7  94
Molecular Evolution
13:00  251 DE 94.1 SANTINI, F.Timetree of vertebrate visual opsin genes suggests long cryptic history of metazoans 
  Friday, Jan. 7  94
Molecular Evolution
13:20  251 DE 94.2 KRAUSE, AJ; PAIRETT, AN; SERB, JM*The role of gene duplication and convergence in the molecular evolution of scallop opsins  
  Friday, Jan. 7  94
Molecular Evolution
13:40  251 DE 94.3 JANOSIK, A.M.*; HALANYCH, K.M.Seeing stars: A molecular and morphological investigation of the evolutionary history of the Odontasteridae (Asteroidea: Echinodermata) 
  Friday, Jan. 7  94
Molecular Evolution
14:00  251 DE 94.4 STRINGHAM, S.A.*; ALDENHOVEN, J.T.; TAMPIO, A.J.; MILLER, A.L.; LUNSFORD, A.R.; SHAPIRO, M.D.Diverse genetic mechanisms underlie pelvic reduction in ninespine sticklebacks (Pungitius pungitius)  
  Friday, Jan. 7  94
Molecular Evolution
14:20  251 DE 94.5 EMERA, D.*; CASOLA, C.; LYNCH, V.J.; WILDMAN, D.; AGNEW, D.; WAGNER, G.PConvergent evolution of endometrial prolactin expression in the human and elephant lineage through the independent recruitment of transposable elements 
  Friday, Jan. 7  94
Molecular Evolution
14:40  251 DE 94.6 MALENKE, J.R.*; MAGNANOU, E. ; DEARING, M.D.Cytochrome P450 2B diversity in a wild rodent herbivore, the desert woodrat (Neotoma lepida) 


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