SICB 2012 Meeting, Charleston, SC, January 3-7, 2012

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S1-1
Novel Methods for the Analysis of Animal Movement: Spatial and Temporal Structure Across Scale
08:00  Ballroom A S1-1.1 PEYRIéRAS, NadineA comparative analysis of gastrulation in Deuterostomians using digital embryos 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S1-1
Novel Methods for the Analysis of Animal Movement: Spatial and Temporal Structure Across Scale
08:30  Ballroom A S1-1.2 SAMUEL, Aravi*; GERSHOW, Marc; KANE, Elizabeth; KLEIN, Mason; LUO, Linjiao; AFONSO, Bruno; VONNER, AshleyHow Drosophila larvae navigate 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S1-1
Novel Methods for the Analysis of Animal Movement: Spatial and Temporal Structure Across Scale
09:00  Ballroom A S1-1.3 ROBIE, Alice A.; KABRA, Mayank; BRANSON, Steven; HIROKAWA, Jonathan; KORFF, Wyatt L.; BRANSON, Kristin*Making Automated Tracking and Behavior Analysis High Throughput in Practice 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S1-1
Novel Methods for the Analysis of Animal Movement: Spatial and Temporal Structure Across Scale
10:00  Ballroom A S1-1.4 BERMAN, Gordon J*; BIALEK, William; SHAEVITZ, Joshua WA data-driven methodology for analyzing the behavior of terrestrial fruit flies 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S1-1
Novel Methods for the Analysis of Animal Movement: Spatial and Temporal Structure Across Scale
10:30  Ballroom A S1-1.5 MENDES, César S.; BARTOS, Imre; AKAY, Turgay; MARKA, Szabolcs ; MANN, Richard S.*Using frustrated total internal reflection to analyze insect walking 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S1-1
Novel Methods for the Analysis of Animal Movement: Spatial and Temporal Structure Across Scale
11:00  Ballroom A S1-1.6 CENSI, Andrea*; STRAW, Andrew D. ; SAYAMAN, Ros; MURRAY, Richard M.; DICKINSON, Michael H. Dimensionality reduction to understand sensory influences on turning in large scale behavior in Drosophila 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S1-1
Novel Methods for the Analysis of Animal Movement: Spatial and Temporal Structure Across Scale
11:30  Ballroom A S1-1.7 DICKINSON, M.*; ZABALA, F.; POLIDORA, P.; ROBIE, A.; BRANSON, K.; PERONA, P.Detecting motion while moving: a simple visual reflex revealed by animal-robot interactions 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S1-2
Novel Methods for the Analysis of Animal Movement: Spatial and Temporal Structure Across Scale
13:00  Ballroom A S1-2.1 GREENWOOD, A.K.*; WARK, A.R.; PEICHEL, C.L.Mechanisms underlying the evolution of schooling behavior in sticklebacks 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S1-2
Novel Methods for the Analysis of Animal Movement: Spatial and Temporal Structure Across Scale
13:30  Ballroom A S1-2.2 ALTSHULER, D.L.*; SEGRE, P.S.; STRAW, A.D.Computational analysis of hummingbird flight 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S1-2
Novel Methods for the Analysis of Animal Movement: Spatial and Temporal Structure Across Scale
14:00  Ballroom A S1-2.3 CHAPMAN, J.W.Recent insights from entomological radar studies of high-altitude insect migration 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S1-2
Novel Methods for the Analysis of Animal Movement: Spatial and Temporal Structure Across Scale
14:30  Ballroom A S1-2.4 GOLDBOGEN, JeremyUsing high-resolution acoustic tags to determine the kinematics and maneuverability of the world's largest whales. 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-1
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
07:45  Rooms 6/7 S2-1.0 Orlando, E.F., and a Special GuestIntroduction 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-1
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
08:00  Rooms 6/7 S2-1.1 TAYLOR, D. ScottTwenty-four years in the mud: what have we learned about the natural history and ecology of Kryptolebias marmoratus? 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-1
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
08:30  Rooms 6/7 S2-1.2 KELLEY, JL*; YEE, MC; LEE, C; LEVANDOWSKY, E; SHAH, M; HARKINS, T; EARLEY, RL; BUSTAMANTE, CDBringing genomics to non-model organisms: the promise of de novo genome assembly and population genetics of the fish Kryptolebias marmoratus 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-1
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
09:00  Rooms 6/7 S2-1.3 TATARENKOV, A.Population genetics and phylogeography of a selfing killifish, Kryptolebias marmoratus 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-1
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
09:30  Rooms 6/7 S2-1.4 BIELMYER, GK*; DECARLO, C; MORRIS, C; CARRIGAN, T; BULLINGTON, JBThe Influence of Salinity on Zinc and Nickel Toxicity to Two Euryhaline Fish Species 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-1
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
10:30  Rooms 6/7 S2-1.5 KUDOH, TetsuhiroThe hermaphroditic mangrove killifish as a model for embryological studies 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-1
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
11:00  Rooms 6/7 S2-1.6 FARMER, J.L.; ORLANDO, E.F.*Effects of Developmental Exposure to Ethinyl-Estradiol on Gene Expression and Fitness of the Adult Rivulus, Kryptolebias marmoratus 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-1
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
11:30  Rooms 6/7 S2-1.7 SUCAR, S.; NEWSOME, J.M.; MOORE, G.L.; RING, B.C.*Establishing Developmental Genetics in the Mangrove Killifish (Kryptolebias marmoratus) 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-2
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
13:00  Rooms 6/7 S2-2.1 WRIGHT, Patricia AEnvironmental Physiology 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-2
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
13:30  Rooms 6/7 S2-2.2 HSU, Yuying*; CHANG, ChingThe relationship between aggressiveness and boldness, tendency to explore and learning performance in Kryptolebias marmoratus: the influence of recent contest experiences and the roles of hormones 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-2
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
14:00  Rooms 6/7 S2-2.3 EARLEY, Ryan L.*; HANNINEN, Amanda F; FULLER, Adam; GARCIA, Mark J; STANLEY, Shane; LEE, Elizabeth A; TAYLOR, D. ScottPlasticity, integration, and selection: prospects for exploring the evolution of complex phenotypes in a powerful fish model  
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S2-2
Mangrove Killifish: An Exemplar of Integrative Biology
14:30  Rooms 6/7 S2-2.4 BECHLER, D.L.Kryptolebias marmoratus, the mangrove rivulus, as a model organism for comparative research 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
08:00  Rooms 8/9 S3-1.1 KNOTT, K.E.*; MCHUGH, D.Poecilogony, polymorphism or polyphenism: a window on larval evolutionary transitions in marine invertebrates 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
08:30  Rooms 8/9 S3-1.2 COLLIN, RWhat Can “Intermediates” Tell Us About Evolutionary Transitions Between Modes of Invertebrate Development? 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
09:00  Rooms 8/9 S3-1.3 VENDETTI, J. E. *; KRUG, P. J. Origins of poecilogony and shifts in larval type in photosynthetic sea slugs: a phylogenetic perspective 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
09:30  Rooms 8/9 S3-1.4 KRUG, P.J.*; GORDON, D.Ecological triggers and evolutionary consequences of alternative larval types in sea slugs 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
10:30  Rooms 8/9 S3-1.5 SCHULT, N.*; MCHUGH, D.Streblospio benedicti (Spionidae, Annelida) as a model organism for the study of larval evolutionary transitions 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
11:00  Rooms 8/9 S3-1.6 ROCKMAN, MatthewLooking for poecilogony in the Streblospio benedicti genome 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
11:30  Rooms 8/9 S3-1.7 GIBSON, G DPoecilogony in the polychaete Polydora cornuta: A potential polyphenism that requires decisions, decisions, decisions. 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S3-2
Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
13:00  Rooms 8/9 S3-2.1 OYARZUN, FX*; GRüNBAUM, DTwo reproductive strategies and their implications for population dynamics: An individual-based model of the poecilogonous spionid Boccardia proboscidea 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S3-2
Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
13:30  Rooms 8/9 S3-2.2 ZAKAS, Christina*; WARES, John PThe consequences of a poecilogonous life history for dispersal ability, genetic structure and gene flow in coastal populations of the polychaete Streblospio benedicti 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S3-2
Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
14:00  Rooms 8/9 S3-2.3 KESäNIEMI, J.E.*; KNOTT, K.E.Developmental mode polymorphism and population connectivity in the polychaete Pygospio elegans 
  Wednesday, Jan. 4  S3-2
Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
14:30  Rooms 8/9 S3-2.4 Discussion 


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