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

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Session S3-1

Poecilogony as a Window on Larval Evolution: Polymorphism of Developmental Mode within Marine Invertebrate Species
Day: Wednesday, Jan. 4, 8:00 AM-Noon
Room: Rooms 8/9

Chairs: Emily Knott, Damhnait McHugh

  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  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. 




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