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

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Session Listing

Session 100

Behavioral Ecology: Foraging & Diet
Day: Saturday, Jan. 7, 10:20 AM-Noon
Room: Ballroom C3

Chairs: Vonnie Shields

  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Saturday, Jan. 7  100
Behavioral Ecology: Foraging & Diet
10:20  Ballroom C3 100.1 BOYLE, W.A.*; WINKLER, D.W.; GUGLIELMO, C.G.Female Tree Swallows modulate fat and lean mass in anticipation of increased foraging costs of chick rearing  
  Saturday, Jan. 7  100
Behavioral Ecology: Foraging & Diet
10:40  Ballroom C3 100.2 ORR, T.J.*; HAMMOND, K.A.; ORTEGA, J.The effects of reproductive state on dietary shifts in Jamaican fruit bats Artibeus jamaicensis 
  Saturday, Jan. 7  100
Behavioral Ecology: Foraging & Diet
11:00  Ballroom C3 100.3 HANSEN, B. K.*; KRIST, A. C.; MARTINEZ DEL RIO, C.How do invasive species maintain dominance in nutrient limited environments? A comparison of behavioral and physiological mechanisms between an invasive and a native snail. 
  Saturday, Jan. 7  100
Behavioral Ecology: Foraging & Diet
11:20  Ballroom C3 100.4 WRIGHT, C.W.*; MOELLER, K.M; DENARDO, D.F.Do low energy systems practice state-dependent foraging strategies? 
  Saturday, Jan. 7  100
Behavioral Ecology: Foraging & Diet
11:40  Ballroom C3 100.5 NAPIER, K.R.*; XIE, S.; MCWHORTER, T.J.; NICOLSON, S.W.; MARTINEZ DEL RIO, C; FLEMING, P.A.Can sugar preferences in Australian birds be explained by behaviour or physiology? 




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