SICB 2013 Meeting, San Francisco, January 3-7, 2013

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Friday, Jan. 4  BART
Bartholomew Lecture
18:30  Continental Ballroom 4/5/6 BART.1 Sweeney, A.Bartholomew Lecture: Animal photonics: an integrated, comparative view 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday07:00   Other Events Friday. Broadening Participation Comm Mtg. 7-8am -Mason 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday08:00   Other Events Friday. SICB Nominating Committee 8-9pm - Sutter  
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday08:00   Other Events Friday. AMS Executive Committee 8-11pm - Powell 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday09:00   Other Events Friday. Companion orientation program/ continental breakfast 9-10am- Cityscape 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday12:00   Other Events Friday. DPOs and Symposium Organizers for Austin Noon-1pm - Cityscape 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday12:00   Other Events Friday. Div Chrs Pres/Pres-Elect Noon-pm - Powell 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday12:00   Other Events Friday. Broadening participation "Effective presentations: performance and visual aids" Noon-1pm-Continental 2/3 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday17:15   Other Events Friday. TCS Board Meeting 5:15-10pm-Mason  
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday17:15   Other Events Friday. DAB Mtg 5:15-6pm - Continental 1 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday17:15   Other Events Friday. DCPB Mtg 5:15-6:15pm - Continental 2/3 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday17:15   Other Events Friday. DCB Mtg 5:15-6:15pm- Continental 7 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday17:15   Other Events Friday. DEDB Mtg 5:15-6:15pm - Continental 8 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday17:15   Other Events Friday. DEE Mtg 5:15-6:15pm - Continental 9 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday18:00   Other Events Friday. DAB/DNB social 6-7:30pm-Cityscape 
  Friday, Jan. 4  Other Events Friday19:30   Other Events Friday. DCPB social 7:30-8:30pm- Golden Gate 
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
07:50  Continental Ballroom 6 1.0 Nagy, KAIntroduction 
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
08:00  Continental Ballroom 6 1.1 NAGY, KAReflections and Projections on Becoming a Physiological Ecologist 
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
08:20  Continental Ballroom 6 1.2 COSTA, D.P.*; SCHWARZ, L.K.; MARESH, J.; ROBINSON, P.W.; CROCKER, D.E.A Bioenergetics Approach to Understanding the Population Consequences of Natural and Anthropogenic Disturbance  
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
08:40  Continental Ballroom 6 1.3 KARASOV, WHResearch paradigms in nutritional ecology inspired by Ken Nagy 
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
09:00  Continental Ballroom 6 1.4 SECOR, S.M.From field metabolic rates to genomics, the integrative digestive physiology of snakes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
09:20  Continental Ballroom 6 1.5 SPEAKMAN, J.R.The contribution of DLW to understanding problems in human nutrition: a comparative perspective 
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
10:00  Continental Ballroom 6 1.6 MARTIN, K.L.Seas of Sand, From Desert to Beach: Sand as a Nesting Habitat for Fish, Turtles, and Tortoises 
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
10:20  Continental Ballroom 6 1.7 ANDERSON, R.A.Proximal causes of diet of in the lizard Phrynosoma platyrhinos in a northern desert scrub 
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
10:40  Continental Ballroom 6 1.8 HUEY, R.B.*; KINGSOLVER, J.G.Thermal sensitivity of ectotherm growth: interactions of food quantity and food quality with climate change 
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
11:00  Continental Ballroom 6 1.9 HAZARD, L.C.Integrating physiology and conservation: Lessons from the Nagy lab 
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
11:20  Continental Ballroom 6 1.10 LIGHTON, J*; BROWNELL, PExtrasomatic energy storage in scorpions 
  Friday, Jan. 4  1
Special Session in Honor of Ken Nagy
11:40  Continental Ballroom 6 1.11 WILLIAMS, J.B.*; OSTROWSKI, S.Energy Expenditure and Water flux of Free-living Sand Gazelles in Saudi Arabia 
  Friday, Jan. 4  2
Fish Swimming I
08:00  Plaza A 2.1 BLEVINS, E.L.Structure-function relationships in the pectoral fin of freshwater stingray Potamotrygon orbignyi 
  Friday, Jan. 4  2
Fish Swimming I
08:20  Plaza A 2.2 LAUDER, G.V.*; XIONG, G.Quantifying center of mass motion in swimming fishes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  2
Fish Swimming I
08:40  Plaza A 2.3 BURTON, L.J.*; GUASTO, J.S.; STOCKER, R.; HOSOI, A.E.Different strokes for different folks: Comparing motion across and within swimming species 
  Friday, Jan. 4  2
Fish Swimming I
09:00  Plaza A 2.4 BERGSTROM, C.A.*; PACHECO, J.; FRITZ, T.Functional morphology and swimming performance in flounder: are left-sided fish faster? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  2
Fish Swimming I
09:20  Plaza A 2.5 GEORGE, A.B.*; DE BURON , I.; MCELROY, E.The effects of the parasites, Cardicola laruei and Henneguya cynoscioni, on the swimming performance of spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus 
  Friday, Jan. 4  3
Fish Swimming II
10:00  Plaza A 3.1 FLAMMANG, B.E.**; LAUDER, G.V.Backwards swimming by bluegill sunfish requires multifin coordination 
  Friday, Jan. 4  3
Fish Swimming II
10:20  Plaza A 3.2 FEILICH, K. L.*; LAUDER, G. V.Why do fish have different shapes? A test using simple physical models 
  Friday, Jan. 4  3
Fish Swimming II
10:40  Plaza A 3.3 JACOBS, H.O.On the interpretation of swimming as a limit cycle 
  Friday, Jan. 4  3
Fish Swimming II
11:00  Plaza A 3.4 VAN LEEUWEN, J L ; MULLER, U K*Body dynamics of larval fish - implications for the mechanics of large-amplitude swimming 
  Friday, Jan. 4  3
Fish Swimming II
11:20  Plaza A 3.5 AKANYETI, O.*; LIAO, J. C.Modeling midline kinematics of fish swimming in a vortex street 
  Friday, Jan. 4  3
Fish Swimming II
11:40  Plaza A 3.6 FISH, F E*; NEAL, D; FONTANELLA, J E; DINENNO, N; GABLER, M KFlow patterns associated with swimming motions of benthic and pelagic batoids as visualized with DPIV 
  Friday, Jan. 4  4
Form & Function
08:00  Imperial Room A 4.1 BALABAN, JB*; SUMMERS, AP; WILGA, CADMechanical Properties of a Shark Jaw Support Structure 
  Friday, Jan. 4  4
Form & Function
08:20  Imperial Room A 4.2 LILLIE, MA*; PISCITELLI , MA; GOSLINE, JM; SHADWICK, REStructure and Mechanics of Fin Whale Arteries 
  Friday, Jan. 4  4
Form & Function
08:40  Imperial Room A 4.3 DUDEK, DM*; GAO, L; LU, H; MUELLER, RMechanics of bat vocal folds  
  Friday, Jan. 4  4
Form & Function
09:00  Imperial Room A 4.4 CRAVEN, B.A.*; RICHTER, J.P.; RUMPLE, C.R.; QUIGLEY, A.P.; RANSLOW, A.N.; NEUBERGER, T.; KRANE, M.H.; YEE, K.K.; WYSOCKI, C.J.; VAN VALKENBURGH, B.Reconstructing Respiration and Olfaction in the Mammalian Nasal Cavity 
  Friday, Jan. 4  4
Form & Function
09:20  Imperial Room A 4.5 ARY, WJ*; CRANFORD, T; BERTA, A; KRYSL, PForm and Function of the Odontocete Ear 
  Friday, Jan. 4  5
Human Impacts
08:20  Imperial Room B 5.1 WILSON, BAUtilizing algal communities as bioindicators for PPCP contamination 
  Friday, Jan. 4  5
Human Impacts
08:40  Imperial Room B 5.2 HANLON, S/M*; PARRIS, M/JTaking the good with the bad: Varying effects Roundup® on amphibian health.  
  Friday, Jan. 4  5
Human Impacts
09:00  Imperial Room B 5.3 PETERSON, S.*; HASSRICK, J.; DEBIER, C.; CROCKER, D.; COSTA, D.Polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) bulk concentrations and congener profiles in a highly migratory marine mammal 
  Friday, Jan. 4  5
Human Impacts
09:20  Imperial Room B 5.5 WAGNER, DN*; GREEN, DJ; COOPER, JM; LOVE, OP; WILLIAMS, TDImpact of hydroelectric operations on the physiology of songbirds during Fall migration 
  Friday, Jan. 4  6
Locomotion: Hopping & Jumping
07:40  Plaza B 6.1 USHERWOOD, JRThe basic mechanics of pronking, bounding or frog-hopping â€" the costs of pitching accounts for much of the diversity of fast quadrupedal gaits. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  6
Locomotion: Hopping & Jumping
08:00  Plaza B 6.2 ASTLEY, H. C.*; ROBERTS, T. J.Where’s the catch? Examining the catch mechanism in anuran jumping using inverse dynamics. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  6
Locomotion: Hopping & Jumping
08:20  Plaza B 6.3 GUTMANN, A.K.*; LEE, D.V.; MCGOWAN, C.P.Collision dynamics of bipedal hopping 
  Friday, Jan. 4  6
Locomotion: Hopping & Jumping
08:40  Plaza B 6.4 MCGOWAN, CP*; SHINE, CIncline hopping by kangaroo rats: Is there a division of labor? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  6
Locomotion: Hopping & Jumping
09:00  Plaza B 6.5 LANDBERG, T*; WARKENTIN, K; WILINK, B; MOUNT, K; CLOUSE, E; WHITEMAN, HLarval density affects jumping performance development during metamorphosis in two arboreal frogs 
  Friday, Jan. 4  6
Locomotion: Hopping & Jumping
09:20  Plaza B 6.6 OLBERDING, JP*; HIGHAM, TEThree-dimensional joint mechanics and kinematics of jumping lizards 
  Friday, Jan. 4  7
Coral Reefs
08:00  Yosemite B 7.1 DOO, SS*; FAN, TY; FUJITA, K; MAYFIELD, AB; CHEN, HK; NGUYEN, HD; BYRNE, MDeveloping molecular techniques to assess resilience in large benthic foraminiferan communities 
  Friday, Jan. 4  7
Coral Reefs
08:20  Yosemite B 7.2 MOUCHKA, M E*; LEHNERT, E M; BURRIESCI, M S; SCHWARZ, J; PRINGLE, J R Identification of symbiotic-specific genes reveals a role for host immunity in a cnidarian-dinoflagellate mutualism  
  Friday, Jan. 4  7
Coral Reefs
08:40  Yosemite B 7.3 LASKER, HR*; PARIS, CB; KOUGH, A; CHERUBIN, LMReproductive Timing and Connectivity in the Octocoral Pseudopterogorgia elisabethae  
  Friday, Jan. 4  7
Coral Reefs
09:00  Yosemite B 7.4 STOCKING, J.B.*; RIPPE, J.P.; REIDENBACH, M.A.Boundary layer flow effects on dissolved oxygen exchange and photosynthesis in scleractinic corals 
  Friday, Jan. 4  7
Coral Reefs
09:20  Yosemite B 7.5 TARRANT, AM*; MCCORKLE, DC; DEPUTRON, SJ; CHURCH, C; HENRY, J; COHEN, ALVariation in size of juvenile corals and sensitivity to ocean acidification 
  Friday, Jan. 4  8
Complementary to to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part I
08:20  Yosemite A 8.2 ELDER, L*; SEIBEL, BThe effect of thermal stress and hypoxia on the hyperiid amphipod Phronima 
  Friday, Jan. 4  8
Complementary to to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part I
08:40  Yosemite A 8.3 KOMOROSKE, LM*; HASENBEIN, M; LINDBERG, J; CONNON, RE; FANGUE, NAUnderstanding climate change impacts on Delta Smelt 
  Friday, Jan. 4  8
Complementary to to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part I
09:00  Yosemite A 8.4 CASTRO, D.A.*; PODOLSKY, R.D.Effects of Elevated Oceanic CO2 and Temperature on Sperm Motility and Swimming Speed in Northern and Southern Populations of the Sea Urchin Arbacia punctulata 
  Friday, Jan. 4  8
Complementary to to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part I
09:20  Yosemite A 8.5 KENKEL, CD*; ALMANZA, AT; MATZ, MVPhysiological and genetic underpinnings of local coral adaptation in the Florida Keys 
  Friday, Jan. 4  8
Complementary to to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part I
09:40  Yosemite A 8.6 LOCKWOOD, B.L.*; BYRD, N.; MONTOOTH, K.L.Coping with stress: the cellular maintenance of embryonic development 
  Friday, Jan. 4  9
Complementary to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part II
10:20  Yosemite A 9.1 ALLEN, JD*; ARMSTRONG, AFDevelopmental flexibility in a variable environment: lessons from sand dollars and sea urchins 
  Friday, Jan. 4  9
Complementary to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part II
10:40  Yosemite A 9.2 FOO, SA*; BYRNE, MEffects of ocean warming and ocean acidification on the sea urchin Heliocidaris tuberculata 
  Friday, Jan. 4  9
Complementary to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part II
11:00  Yosemite A 9.3 ARMSTRONG, AF*; BLACKBURN, HN; ALLEN, JDDelay of hatching in the sand dollar Echinarachnius parma in response to reduced salinity  
  Friday, Jan. 4  9
Complementary to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part II
11:20  Yosemite A 9.4 NGUYEN, H.D.*; DOO, S.S.; SOARS, N.A.; THOMSON, M; BYRNE, MTolerance of early life history stages of Australian intertidal sea stars to ocean warming and ocean acidification: sensitivity of lecithotrophic developers 
  Friday, Jan. 4  9
Complementary to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part II
11:40  Yosemite A 9.5 VASQUEZ, M.C.*; MURILLO, A.; BROCKMANN, H.J.; JULIAN, D.Multiple stressor interactions delay horseshoe crab embryo development 
  Friday, Jan. 4  10
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part I
08:00  Yosemite C 10.1 PANKEY, MS*; OAKLEY, THParallel molecular signatures underlie convergent evolution in two bioluminescent squid 
  Friday, Jan. 4  10
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part I
08:20  Yosemite C 10.2 MATZ, MV*; KENKEL, CD; BAY, LKGene expression signatures of local adaptation in reef-building corals 
  Friday, Jan. 4  10
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part I
08:40  Yosemite C 10.3 LEHNERT, EM*; MOUCHKA, ME; BURRIESCI, MS; SCHWARZ, J; PRINGLE, JRRNA-Seq uncovers extensive differential expression of metabolic genes in symbiotic versus aposymbiotic cnidarians 
  Friday, Jan. 4  10
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part I
09:00  Yosemite C 10.4 KONCZAL, M.*; KOTEJA, P.; RADWAN, J.; STUGLIK, M.; BABIK, W.Accuracy of pooled RNA-seq 
  Friday, Jan. 4  10
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part I
09:20  Yosemite C 10.5 MOROZ, L.L.Genomic Bases for Independent Origins of Neurons and Complex Brains: New Insights from RNA-seq and genomic sequencing of basal metazoans, basal deuterostomes and molluscs 
  Friday, Jan. 4  11
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part II
10:00  Yosemite C 11.1 RENN, S.C.P.Genetic accommodation and behavioral evolution: insights from genomic studies  
  Friday, Jan. 4  11
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part II
10:20  Yosemite C 11.2 CHANG, E.S.*; SHCHEGLOVITOVA, M.; CARTWRIGHT, P.Comparative transcriptomics of cnidarian freshwater parasites 
  Friday, Jan. 4  11
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part II
10:40  Yosemite C 11.3 KOENIG, KM*; MEYER, E; GROSS, JMRNA-seq as a Tool to Understand the Evolution and Development of the Single-Chambered Eye: Transcriptomics of the Long-finned Squid, Doryteuthis (Loligo) pealeii 
  Friday, Jan. 4  11
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part II
11:00  Yosemite C 11.5 HANNA, B.SK*; CHANG, PK; MEDINA, MMTissue specific gene expression in the fresh water snail Biomphalaria glabrata: implications for biominerlization and shell formation 
  Friday, Jan. 4  11
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part II
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 Yosemite C 11.6 GIRARDO, D.O.*; CITARELLA, M; KOHN, A.B.; MOROZ, L.L.Zero-click, Automatic Assembly, Annotation and Visualization Workflow for Comparative Analysis of Transcriptomes: The quest for novel signaling pathways 
  Friday, Jan. 4  11
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part II
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 Yosemite C 11.7 FODOR, A*; KOHN, A.B.; SWALLA, B.J.; MOROZ, L.L.Quest for Muscle Specific Genes in Pleurobrachia bachei : Had mesoderm independently evolved in Ctenophores? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  12
Skulls & Teeth I
08:00  Continental Ballroom 2/3 12.1 MCGEE, MD*; BORSTEIN, SR; WAINWRIGHT, PCOrigin and loss of cichlid craniofacial diversity 
  Friday, Jan. 4  12
Skulls & Teeth I
08:20  Continental Ballroom 2/3 12.2 OLSEN, AM*; WESTNEAT, MWDabbling, grazing and diving: Skull shape is related to beak foraging behaviors in the avian order Anseriformes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  12
Skulls & Teeth I
08:40  Continental Ballroom 2/3 12.3 JASZLICS, A.*; PARDO, J.D.Patterns of development and diversity in the crocodilian skull 
  Friday, Jan. 4  12
Skulls & Teeth I
09:00  Continental Ballroom 2/3 12.4 CUFF, A.R.*; RAYFIELD, E.Finite element validation of an avian skull using ex vivo measurements 
  Friday, Jan. 4  12
Skulls & Teeth I
09:20  Continental Ballroom 2/3 12.5 SELF, CJ*; HERRING, SWMorphology of the rabbit periodontal ligament and the effect of reduced bite force 
  Friday, Jan. 4  12
Skulls & Teeth I
09:40  Continental Ballroom 2/3 12.6 KRAATZ, BP*; BUMACOD, N; WEDEL, M; AZEVEDO, BEvolution, Ecology, and Modularity of the Lagomorph Skull 
  Friday, Jan. 4  13
Metabolism & Energetics
08:00  Continental Ballroom 8 13.1 LEE, J.W.*; APPLEBAUM, S.L.; MANAHAN, D.T.Differential energy allocation for protein synthesis is genetically determined during marine larval development  
  Friday, Jan. 4  13
Metabolism & Energetics
08:20  Continental Ballroom 8 13.2 PAN, F.*; APPLEBAUM, S.L.; MANAHAN, D.T.Amino acid transport as an index of growth potential in larvae of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas 
  Friday, Jan. 4  13
Metabolism & Energetics
08:40  Continental Ballroom 8 13.3 APPLEBAUM, S.L.*; LEE, J.W.; MANAHAN, D.T.Global metabolite profiles as predictors of physiological traits in bivalve larvae with genetically-determined differential growth rates 
  Friday, Jan. 4  13
Metabolism & Energetics
09:00  Continental Ballroom 8 13.4 EDMUNDS, PJ*; FAN, TYEvidence that high pCO2 affects coral recruits through perturbed protein metabolism 
  Friday, Jan. 4  13
Metabolism & Energetics
09:20  Continental Ballroom 8 13.5 YUGE, S*; HONEYFIELD, D.C.; SALOKA, S.K.; LI, W.Characterization and functional analyses of three thiamin related transporters and a thiamin pyrophosphokinase in rainbow trout, and examination of their expression alteration in thiamin deficiency 
  Friday, Jan. 4  13
Metabolism & Energetics
09:40  Continental Ballroom 8 13.6 POWELL, M/L*; D'ABRAMO, L/R; WATTS, S/AEffects of Dietary n6 and n3 Fatty Acids on Zebrafish Total Body Composition  
  Friday, Jan. 4  13
Metabolism & Energetics
10:20  Continental Ballroom 8 13.7 LEVESQUE, D.L.*; LOVEGROVE, B.G.Reproduction and the evolution of endothermy-Increased homeothermy in reproductively active female Greater hedgehog tenrecs (Setifer setosus) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  13
Metabolism & Energetics
10:40  Continental Ballroom 8 13.8 THOMETZ, N.M.*; WILLIAMS, T.M.Ontogeny of oxygen storage capacity and diving ability in southern sea otters (Enhydra lutris nereis) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  13
Metabolism & Energetics
11:00  Continental Ballroom 8 13.9 NOREN, SR*; TRIGGS, L; OLAND, L; PASCHKE, J; KRAMER, AW; UDEVITZ, MS; JAY, CVBody Condition and Caloric Demand of Female Pacific Walruses (Odobenus rosmarus divergens) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  13
Metabolism & Energetics
11:20  Continental Ballroom 8 13.10 WOODS, H.A.*; WILSON, J.K.Information theory illuminates the evolution of homeostasis 
  Friday, Jan. 4  13
Metabolism & Energetics
11:40  Continental Ballroom 8 13.11 MARSHALL, H.M.*; BRILL, R.; BUSHNELL, P.; SKOMAL, G.; BERNAL, D.Comparison of fishing-induced stress response and post-release mortality between sandbar (Carcharhinus plumbeus) and dusky (Carcharhinus obscurus) sharks 
  Friday, Jan. 4  14
Sexual Selection I
08:00  Continental Ballroom 1 14.1 FRIESEN, C.R.*; MASON, R.T.; UHRIG, E.J.; BRENNAN, P.L.Sexual conflict during mating in red-sided garter snakes as evidenced by genital manipulation 
  Friday, Jan. 4  14
Sexual Selection I
08:20  Continental Ballroom 1 14.2 CUI, R.*; SCHUMER, M.; KRUESI, K.; ANDOLFATTO, P.; ROSENTHAL, G.Revealing extensive reticulate evolution in Xiphophorus fishes using high-throughput phylogenomics 
  Friday, Jan. 4  14
Sexual Selection I
08:40  Continental Ballroom 1 14.3 MOREHOUSE, NI*; BARTOCH, CM; LUNA, EN; ROBERTS, NS; SALEH, NWFood, Nuptial Gifts and Vaginae Dentatae: Phenotypic Plasticity and Sexual Conflict in a Gift-Giving Butterfly 
  Friday, Jan. 4  14
Sexual Selection I
09:00  Continental Ballroom 1 14.4 MCCULLOUGH, E.L.*; TOBALSKE, B.W.; EMLEN, D.J.Long and strong? Mechanical limits to maximum weapon size in a giant rhinoceros beetle 
  Friday, Jan. 4  14
Sexual Selection I
09:20  Continental Ballroom 1 14.5 MARTIN, CH*; WAINWRIGHT, PCMultiple fitness peaks on the adaptive landscape drive the evolution of novel ecological niches within a recent sympatric adaptive radiation of Cyprinodon pupfishes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  15
Sexual Selection II
10:00  Continental Ballroom 1 15.1 MCENTEE, JP*; PENALBA, J; BOWIE, RCKSinging out from sky islands: sunbird song evolution across the Eastern Afromontane 
  Friday, Jan. 4  15
Sexual Selection II
10:20  Continental Ballroom 1 15.2 KRUG, P.J.*; VENDETTI, J.E.; TROWBRIDGE, C.D.Do shifts in host use or larval development drive speciation in the sea? A comparative study of herbivorous sea slugs. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  15
Sexual Selection II
10:40  Continental Ballroom 1 15.3 PHUONG, M. A.*; LIM, M.; WAIT, D. R.; ROWE, K. C.; MORITZ, C.Understanding discordance among diverse datasets in an integrative taxonomy: a case study in ground squirrels 
  Friday, Jan. 4  15
Sexual Selection II
11:00  Continental Ballroom 1 15.4 STEFFEN, MA*; BONETT, RMPheromone Evolution and Reproductive Isolation in Dusky Salamanders 
  Friday, Jan. 4  15
Sexual Selection II
11:20  Continental Ballroom 1 15.5 BASTIAANS, E*; MARSHALL, J; SITES, J; MORINAGA, G; SINERVO, BInterpopulation variation in throat color morphs in an incipiently speciating lizard: From blue to white and back again? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  16
Invertebrate Endocrinology
08:20  Continental Ballroom 7 16.1 SILVA, N; MIRY, S; OMONDI, C; ABDON, B; NJIE, C; RAMOS, L; MOFFATT, C; FUSE, M*Systemic responses to ionizing irradiation-induced imaginal discs in the larval hornworm, Manduca sexta 
  Friday, Jan. 4  16
Invertebrate Endocrinology
08:40  Continental Ballroom 7 16.2 REYNOLDS, L. A.*; GIBBS, A. G.20-hydroxyecdysone (20E) Signaling Delay in Starvation Resistant Drosophila 
  Friday, Jan. 4  16
Invertebrate Endocrinology
09:00  Continental Ballroom 7 16.3 NIMITKUL, S.*; MYKLES, D.L.; CHANG, E.S.Role of cyclic nucleotides, intracellular calcium and nitric oxide in the molt-inhibiting hormone (MIH) signaling pathway in Y-organs of the green shore crab (Carcinus maenas) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  16
Invertebrate Endocrinology
09:20  Continental Ballroom 7 16.4 SHARABI, O.*; VENTURA, T.; MANOR, R.; AFLALO, E.D.; SAGI, A.Dual function of a putative epidermal growth factor receptor in the decapod crustacean Macrobrachium rosenbergii 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
08:00  Continental Ballroom 9 17.1 MUNK, Y*; WILKINSON, S; DANIEL, TLHawkmoths of Endor: Navigational decision policies for obstacle navigation in Manduca sexta 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
08:20  Continental Ballroom 9 17.2 ROS, I.G.*; BIEWENER, A.A.Potential control inputs for aerial turning in the pigeon 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
08:40  Continental Ballroom 9 17.3 THEOBALD, J. C.*; CABRERA, SFlying fruit flies correct for visual sideslip using motion parallax cues 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
09:00  Continental Ballroom 9 17.4 VAN BREUGEL, F*; DICKINSON, MForaging for food: multimodel sensory fusion in freely flying fruit flies. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
09:20  Continental Ballroom 9 17.5 ZAMORE, S*; LAMARCA, E; DANIEL, TLMosquitoes do not track warm plumes in the absence of CO2  
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
09:40  Continental Ballroom 9 17.6 MONGEAU, J.-M.*; SPONBERG, S.N.; FULL, R.J.Unit responses from antenna in cockroaches generate control input predicted from control-theoretic model of wall following 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
10:20  Continental Ballroom 9 17.7 DEORA, T.*; SINGH, A.K.; SANE, S.P.A general mechanical model of the Dipteran thorax 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
10:40  Continental Ballroom 9 17.8 ELZINGA, M. J.*; DICKINSON, M. H.Stroke features involved in the stabilization of longitudinal forward flight in flies 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
11:00  Continental Ballroom 9 17.9 KRISHNAN, A.*; SANE, S.P.Antennal positioning in flying hawk moths 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
11:20  Continental Ballroom 9 17.10 SIMPSON, GM*; WILLIS, MAThe Effect of Loss of Sensory Input from the Tegula on the Flight Behavior and Muscle Activation Patterns of the moth Manduca sexta 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
11:40  Continental Ballroom 9 17.11 MALEC, A.M.; WILLIS, M.A.*Overlap between the fore and hind wings in the moth Manduca sexta is different associated with sex and weight in free flight. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  18
Evolution & Morphology I
10:00  Imperial A 18.1 COLLAR, D.C.*; MEHTA, R.S.; HOLZMAN, R.; WAINWRIGHT, P.C.The morphological and kinematic basis of suction feeding performance evolution 
  Friday, Jan. 4  18
Evolution & Morphology I
10:20  Imperial A 18.2 CLAVERIE, T*; WAINWRIGHT, P CFractal radiation: repeated patterns of diversification along an axis of body elongation in fishes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  18
Evolution & Morphology I
10:40  Imperial A 18.3 NEUTENS, C*; ADRIAENS, D; CHRISTIAENS, J; VAN LOO, D; DE KEGEL, B; BOISTEL, R; VAN HOOREBEKE, LEvolutionary morphology of the prehensile tail in syngnathid fishes: from pipefish to seahorse 
  Friday, Jan. 4  18
Evolution & Morphology I
11:00  Imperial A 18.4 DES ROCHES, S.*; TORRESDAL, J.; MORGAN, T.; BRINKMEYER, M.; HARMON, L.J.; ROSENBLUM, E.B.BEYOND BLACK AND WHITE: COMPARATIVE ECOMORPHOLOGY IN THREE RAPIDLY EVOLVING LIZARD SPECIES AT WHITE SANDS 
  Friday, Jan. 4  18
Evolution & Morphology I
11:20  Imperial A 18.5 ANGIELCZYK, KD*; SCHMITZ, LReconstructing the Diel Activity Patterns of Fossil Nonmammalian Synapsids 
  Friday, Jan. 4  19
Macrophysiology
10:00  Imperial B 19.1 GIBBS, AG*; RAJPUROHIT, S; PETERSON, LM; ORR, ATesting the melanism-desiccation hypothesis using experimental evolution 
  Friday, Jan. 4  19
Macrophysiology
10:20  Imperial B 19.2 THOMPSON, A.B.; BOYLES, J.G.*; MCKECHNIE, A.E.; MALAN, E.; HUMPHRIES, M.M.; CAREAU, V.Resource needs and climate means contributing to a global heterothermic continuum in mammals 
  Friday, Jan. 4  19
Macrophysiology
10:40  Imperial B 19.3 WATERS, JS*; HARRISON, JFMetabolic and behavioral variation with colony size and age: a manipulative test of the size-dependence theory of metabolic allometry 
  Friday, Jan. 4  19
Macrophysiology
11:00  Imperial B 19.4 HEDRICK, MS*; HILLMAN, SS; DREWES, RC; HANCOCK, TVPhysiological vagility, vertebrate dispersal and population genetic structure of amphibians 
  Friday, Jan. 4  19
Macrophysiology
11:20  Imperial B 19.5 CHAPPELL, M.A.*; LONDONO, G.; JANKOWSKI, J.; ROBINSON, S.; RINCON, D.; CHINOME, A.; RIVERA, S.; RINCONGUARIN, D.; FLOREZ, C.Do Tropical Birds From Andean Forests Have Low Basal Metabolism? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  19
Macrophysiology
11:40  Imperial B 19.6 TEPOLT, CK*; SOMERO, GNCardiac thermal tolerance and acclimatory plasticity in diverse populations of the invasive green crab, Carcinus maenas 
  Friday, Jan. 4  20
Avian Flight
10:00  Plaza B 20.1 POWERS, D.R.*; TOBALSKE, B.W.Metabolic Power, Mechanical Efficiency, and Heat Production during Hovering and Forward Flight in Calliope Hummingbirds (Selasphorus calliope) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  20
Avian Flight
10:20  Plaza B 20.2 PORTUGAL, S*; HUBEL, T; FRITZ, J; WILSON, A; USHERWOOD, JThe aerodynamics of flapping V formation flight 
  Friday, Jan. 4  20
Avian Flight
10:40  Plaza B 20.3 WILLIAMS, C.D.*; BIEWENER, A.A.Squeezing through: strategies for navigating tight spaces in flight 
  Friday, Jan. 4  20
Avian Flight
11:00  Plaza B 20.4 SHELTON, RM*; JACKSON, BE; HEDRICK, TLHigh speed pursuit in barn and cliff swallows 
  Friday, Jan. 4  20
Avian Flight
11:20  Plaza B 20.5 LENTINK, DDirect aerodynamic force measurements in avian flight support active upstroke hypothesis 
  Friday, Jan. 4  20
Avian Flight
11:40  Plaza B 20.6 BRIGHT, J.A.*; COBB, S.N.; MARUGAN-LOBON, J.; RAYFIELD, E.J.Morphological, dietary and phylogenetic convergence in the diurnal birds of prey 
  Friday, Jan. 4  21
Coral Symbiosis
10:00  Yosemite B 21.1 HANES, S D*; KEMPF, S C; MEYER, EProfiling gene expression responses of the symbiotic anemone, Aiptasia pallida, to elevated temperature and light conditions using RNA Seq 
  Friday, Jan. 4  21
Coral Symbiosis
10:20  Yosemite B 21.2 HILL, M*; HILL, A; COTMAN, C; FRIDAY, S; HEIST, T; MCCAULEY, M; PETERSON, K; RICHARDSON, C; RIESGO, A; STREHLOW, BEvolutionary and ecological significance of sponge-Symbiodinium symbioses: genetic regulation of uptake and maintenance in sponges. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  21
Coral Symbiosis
10:40  Yosemite B 21.3 MCGINTY, E.S.*; MCMAHON, R.F.; MYDLARZ, L.D.The effect of temperature on the growth rates and oxygen consumption of 6 cnidarian algal symbionts 
  Friday, Jan. 4  21
Coral Symbiosis
11:00  Yosemite B 21.4 HOLT, A.L.*; GAGNON, Y.; VAHIDINIA, S.; MORSE, D.E.; SWEENEY, A.M.Photonic enhancement of symbiotic photosynthesis in giant clams 
  Friday, Jan. 4  22
Parental Behavior
10:20  Continental Ballroom 2/3 22.1 BOYLE, W.A.*; WINKLER, D.W.; GUGLIELMO, C.G.When and how do Tree Swallow chicks die during cold weather? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  22
Parental Behavior
10:40  Continental Ballroom 2/3 22.2 D'ALBA, L*; JONES, D; BADAWY, H; SHAWKEY, MDMechanisms of egg defense in Megapodes: avoiding infection in a compost heap 
  Friday, Jan. 4  22
Parental Behavior
11:00  Continental Ballroom 2/3 22.3 BOWERS, E.K.*; SAKALUK, S.K.; THOMPSON, C.F.Immune challenge and terminal investment in female house wrens (Troglodytes aedon) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  22
Parental Behavior
11:20  Continental Ballroom 2/3 22.4 WRIGHT, ML*; CALDWELL, RLAre two parents better than one? Examining the effects of biparental care in a stomatopod crustacean 
  Friday, Jan. 4  23
Comparative Endocrinology
10:00  Continental Ballroom 7 23.1 ADDIS, E.A.*; REDING, D.M.; SCHWARTZ, T.S.; PALACIOS, M.G.; BRONIKOWSKI, A.S.Insulin-like signaling and life history trade-offs in garter snakes with divergent life histories 
  Friday, Jan. 4  23
Comparative Endocrinology
10:20  Continental Ballroom 7 23.2 RYAN, C.P.*; DAWSON, A.S.; SHARP, P.J.; WILLIAMS, T.D.Hormone-trait relationships for experimentally enlarged clutches continue to challenge the prolactin-based model for clutch-size determination 
  Friday, Jan. 4  23
Comparative Endocrinology
10:40  Continental Ballroom 7 23.3 DORES, R.M.*; LIANG, L.Humans are also mammals; using the human melanocortin-2 receptor as a model for analyzing the evolution of MC2Rs. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  23
Comparative Endocrinology
11:00  Continental Ballroom 7 23.4 HUNT, K.E.*; ROLLAND, R.; KRAUS, S.Respiratory vapor sampling for endocrine studies of free-swimming baleen whales 
  Friday, Jan. 4  23
Comparative Endocrinology
11:20  Continental Ballroom 7 23.6 MARK, MM*; RUBENSTEIN, DRInterspecific brood parasitism prolongs parental care and increases the stress response in a tropical songbird 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Complementary to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part III
13:00  Yosemite A 24.1 SEARS, MWToward a spatially-explicit thermal ecology: predicting activity from the dispersal of individuals through thermally-structured landscapes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Complementary to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part III
13:20  Yosemite A 24.2 CLISSOLD, F.J.*; SIMPSON, S.J.Plant quality is more than just nutrients: host plant choice is determined by temperature and nutrients. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Complementary to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part III
13:40  Yosemite A 24.3 KINGSOLVER, J.G.*; DIAMOND, S.E.Thermal stress and the fitness consequences of climate change for ectotherms 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Complementary to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part III
14:00  Yosemite A 24.4 ANDREW, NR*; HART, RA; JUNG, M-P; TERBLANCHE, JSCan temperate insects take the heat? Physiological and behavioural responses suggest high extinction risk with climate change 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Complementary to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part III
14:20  Yosemite A 24.5 BERNARDO, J.*; SPOTILA, J.R.; AGOSTA, S.Thermal sensitivity of metabolic rates explains range properties: towards a cause-and-effect understanding of climate change vulnerability 
  Friday, Jan. 4  24
Complementary to Symposium: Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World - Part III
14:40  Yosemite A 24.6 LIGHTON, JRB*; FOERSTER, TD; KAIYALA, KJ; WISSE, BProblem and solution: Multiplexing distorts metabolic data 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
"Ray Huey Award" DEE Best Student Paper
13:00  Continental Ballroom 6 25.1 CARNEY, R.M.*; AHEARN, S.C.; MCCONCHIE, A; GLASER, C; JEAN, C; BARKER, C; PARK, B; PADGETT, K; PARKER, E; AQUINO, E; KRAMER, VA biologically-based GIS model for predicting outbreaks of mosquito-borne viral diseases 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
"Ray Huey Award" DEE Best Student Paper
13:20  Continental Ballroom 6 25.2 MUNOZ, MM*; STIMOLA, MA; LANDESTOY, MA; CONOVER, A; RODRIGUEZ, A; ALGAR, AC; LOSOS, JBDoes thermal specialization accompany environmental differentiation in a diverse clade of Caribbean Anolis lizards? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
"Ray Huey Award" DEE Best Student Paper
13:40  Continental Ballroom 6 25.3 LOGAN, MLFine-scale variation in thermal ecology suggests resilience to climate change among tropical lizards 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
"Ray Huey Award" DEE Best Student Paper
14:00  Continental Ballroom 6 25.4 SUNDAY, JM*; BATES, AE; DULVY, NKGlobal patterns of thermal tolerance and range limits predict climate change responses in ectotherms 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
"Ray Huey Award" DEE Best Student Paper
14:20  Continental Ballroom 6 25.5 KOCH, RE*; HILL, GESearching for evidence of a runaway process in art and literature 
  Friday, Jan. 4  25
"Ray Huey Award" DEE Best Student Paper
14:40  Continental Ballroom 6 25.6 MITCHELL, T.S.*; MACIEL, J.; JANZEN, F.J.Sex-ratio selection influences nesting behavior in a reptile with environmental sex determination 
  Friday, Jan. 4  26
Complementary to Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World - Part I
13:00  Plaza A 26.1 NIITEPOLD, K*; PEREZ, A; BOGGS, CLFood limited butterflies â€" Resting and flight metabolic rate, fecundity and longevity 
  Friday, Jan. 4  26
Complementary to Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World - Part I
13:20  Plaza A 26.2 BOGGS, C.L.*; NIITEPOLD, K.; PEREZ, A.Comparative Effects of Adult Food Limitation on Butterfly Life Histories 
  Friday, Jan. 4  26
Complementary to Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World - Part I
13:40  Plaza A 26.3 KIM, TW*; TAYLOR, J; LOVERA, C; BARRY, JPOcean acidification impairs olfaction and elevates respiration in deep sea hermit crabs, with high variation between individuals 
  Friday, Jan. 4  26
Complementary to Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World - Part I
14:00  Plaza A 26.4 GUNDERSON, A.R.Testing common models of temperature-dependent activity: implications for predicting responses to climate change. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  26
Complementary to Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World - Part I
14:20  Plaza A 26.5 SAPIR, N*; ROTICS, S.; KAATZ, M.; DAVIDSON, S.; ZURELL, D.; EGGERS, U.; JELTSCH, F.; NATHAN, R.; WIKELSKI, M.Multi-year tracking of White storks (Ciconia ciconia): how the environment shapes the movement and behavior of a soaring-gliding inter-continental migrant 
  Friday, Jan. 4  26
Complementary to Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World - Part I
14:40  Plaza A 26.6 SHERO, M.R.*; PEARSON, L.E.; GOETZ, K.T.; ROBINSON, P.W.; HĂśCKSTĂ„DT, L.A.; COSTA, D.P.; BURNS, J.M.How Weddell seals stay in shape: Using morphometric and isotopic dilution techniques to assess seasonal changes in body condition 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Adhesion
13:00  Imperial B 27.1 STARK, A.Y.*; NIEWIAROWSKI, P.H.; DHINOJWALA, A.; BADGE, I.The Effect of Water on the Gecko Adhesive System 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Adhesion
13:20  Imperial B 27.2 IRSCHICK, D.J.*; CROSBY, AJ; FEDERLE, WThe evolution of Gecko adhesion: An integrative perspective 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Adhesion
13:40  Imperial B 27.3 GILLIES, A G*; LIN, H; HENRY, A; REN, A; SHIUAN, K; FEARING, R S; FULL, R JGecko toe and lamella adhesion on macroscopically rough surfaces 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Adhesion
14:00  Imperial B 27.4 LABONTE, D*; FEDERLE, WDivision of labour between adhesion and friction pads in stick insects (Carausius morosus)  
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Adhesion
14:20  Imperial B 27.5 SMITH, A. M.Double network gels and biological glues: a powerful new toughening mechanism 
  Friday, Jan. 4  27
Adhesion
14:40  Imperial B 27.6 CLIFTON, G.T.*; HEDRICK, T.L.; BIEWENER, A.A.Running on water: The impressive rushing behaviour of Western and Clark’s Grebes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  28
Bat Flight
13:00  Plaza B 28.1 PADIAN, K.*; DIAL, K.P.Did bat ancestors glide? A phylogenetic approach 
  Friday, Jan. 4  28
Bat Flight
13:20  Plaza B 28.2 COOPER, LISA N*; SEARS, KAREN; SIMMONS, NANCYRegional alterations in bone thickness and density helped bats acquire active flight 
  Friday, Jan. 4  28
Bat Flight
13:40  Plaza B 28.3 BERGOU, A; FRANCK, J; TAUBIN, G; SWARTZ, S; BREUER, K*How do bats turn? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  28
Bat Flight
14:00  Plaza B 28.4 CHENEY, JA*; MIDDLETON, KM; KONOW, N; GIBLIN, EL; BREUER, KS; SWARTZ, SMElectromyography of bat wing membrane muscles 
  Friday, Jan. 4  28
Bat Flight
14:20  Plaza B 28.5 KONOW, N*; VON BUSSE, R; CHENEY, JA; BREUER, KS; SWARTZ, SMWhat is the relationship between pectoralis muscle recruitment intensity and air speed velocity in an un-laden bat? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  28
Bat Flight
14:40  Plaza B 28.6 BAHLMAN, JW*; SWARTZ, SM; BREUER, KSThe cost of performance: power cost and aerodynamic force generated by varying wingbeat kinematics 
  Friday, Jan. 4  29
Symbiosis
13:00  Yosemite B 29.1 ALLAM, B*; CARDEN, W; WARD, JE; RALPH, GM; WINNICKI, S; PARVEZ, N; PALES ESPINOSA, EEvidence that Perkinsus marinus is acquired by oysters during rejection of waterborne particles as pseudofeces 
  Friday, Jan. 4  29
Symbiosis
13:20  Yosemite B 29.2 FITZPATRICK, B. M.Symbiont transmission and maintenance of interspecific disequilibrium in structured populations 
  Friday, Jan. 4  29
Symbiosis
13:40  Yosemite B 29.3 ESSOCK-BURNS, T.*; TARRELL, A.; MATHAI, P.; GOHAD, N.V.; MOUNT, A.S.; MAKI, J.S.; RITTSCHOF, D.Interactions between biofilm bacteria and barnacles Balanus amphitrite 
  Friday, Jan. 4  29
Symbiosis
14:00  Yosemite B 29.4 PAKES, M. J. *; MEJĂ­A-ORTIZ, L. M. ; WEISS, A.; CALDWELL, R. L.Endosymbiosis in an Anchialine Crustacean 
  Friday, Jan. 4  29
Symbiosis
14:20  Yosemite B 29.5 KATZ, S.*; TRESGUERRES, M.; ROUSE, G.W.Drilling for nutrition: The physiological mechanism of bone penetration by Osedax 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Reproductive Behavior
13:00  Continental Ballroom 2/3 30.1 CHRISTY, JOHN HExtreme synchrony, amplitude modulation and phase reversals in the semilunar reproductive cycle of the intertidal false limpet Siphonaria gigas on a rocky shore in Panama 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Reproductive Behavior
13:20  Continental Ballroom 2/3 30.2 HEINIGER, J*; DICKMAN, C; WILSON, R SThe frenetic sex life of male northern quolls: does performance degrade when the sex becomes too demanding?  
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Reproductive Behavior
13:40  Continental Ballroom 2/3 30.3 HUFFARD, CL*; CALDWELL, RLFemale proceptive behavior in octopus (Abdopus aculeatus d’Orbigny 1834) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Reproductive Behavior
14:00  Continental Ballroom 2/3 30.4 GIBSON, Q.*; HOWELLS, E.; LAMBERT, J.; MAZZOIL, M.; O'CORY-CROWE, G.; RICHMOND, J.Reproductive State Influence on Female Bottlenose Dolphin Ranging Patterns 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Reproductive Behavior
14:20  Continental Ballroom 2/3 30.5 MURPHY, K.K*; WALKER, S.E. The impact of age and mate quality on resource allocation in the house cricket, Acheta domesticus 
  Friday, Jan. 4  30
Reproductive Behavior
14:40  Continental Ballroom 2/3 30.6 DRURY, J.P.*; ANDERSON, C.N.; GRETHER, G.F.Reproductive interference and interspecific territoriality in rubyspot damselflies (Hetaerina spp.) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Stress, Immunity and Parasites
13:00  Continental Ballroom 1 31.1 UHRIG, E.J.*; FRIESEN, C.R.; MASON, R.T.Endoparasitic infections in the red-sided garter snake, Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Stress, Immunity and Parasites
13:20  Continental Ballroom 1 31.2 PINZON, JH*; BEACH-LETENDRE, JM; CAWTHORNE, A; WEIL, E; MYDLARZ, LDWhy does immunity vary? Linking phylogenetics and life history traits to immunity in reef-building corals 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Stress, Immunity and Parasites
13:40  Continental Ballroom 1 31.3 STAHLSCHMIDT, ZR*; ROLLINSON, N; ACKER, M; ADAMO, SAAre all eggs created equal? Food availability and the fitness tradeoff between reproduction and immunity 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Stress, Immunity and Parasites
14:00  Continental Ballroom 1 31.4 KRASNOV, B.R.*; KHOKHLOVA, I.S.Patterns, mechanisms, consequences of gender-biased parasitism in small mammals 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Stress, Immunity and Parasites
14:20  Continental Ballroom 1 31.5 PALACIOS, MG; CUNNICK, J; BRONIKOWSKI, AM*Complex interplay of body condition, life-history, and prevailing environment shape immune defenses of garter snakes in the wild 
  Friday, Jan. 4  31
Stress, Immunity and Parasites
14:40  Continental Ballroom 1 31.6 RAGLAND, GJRelaxed, but ready: dormancy responses are the opposite of stress responses at the transcriptional level 
  Friday, Jan. 4  32
Evolution & Morphology II
13:00  Imperial A 32.1 STEWART, TAMultiple origins of the adipose fin and the morphological diversification of novel vertebrate appendages 
  Friday, Jan. 4  32
Evolution & Morphology II
13:20  Imperial A 32.2 PROVINI, P*; BIEWENER, A A; ABOURACHID, AThe 3D kinematics of the trunk and hindlimbs during take-off and landing in zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  32
Evolution & Morphology II
13:40  Imperial A 32.3 ROLIAN, C*; DOWHANIK, A; KRUEGER, C; HALLGRIMSSON, BObserving skeletal evolution in real time: preliminary results from an artificial selection experiment in laboratory mice. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  32
Evolution & Morphology II
14:00  Imperial A 32.4 RYERSON, WG*; SCHWENK, KThe medium matters: tongue-flicking mechanics in air and water in the water snake (Nerodia sipedon) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  32
Evolution & Morphology II
14:20  Imperial A 32.5 FABRE, A-C*; SLATER, G; CORNETTE, R; PEIGNĂ©, S; GOSWAMI, A; POUYDEBAT, EGetting a grip on grasping in carnivorans: a three-dimensional analysis of forelimb shape 
  Friday, Jan. 4  32
Evolution & Morphology II
14:40  Imperial A 32.6 RUPP, M.F.*; HULSEY, C.D.Evolution and Kinematics of Pectoral Fins in Malawi Cichlids 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part III
13:00  Yosemite C 33.1 SHARMA, P/P*; SCHWAGER, E/E; GIRIBET, G; JOCKUSCH, E/L; EXTAVOUR, C/GDistal-less and dachshund pattern both plesiomorphic and apomorphic structures in chelicerates: RNAinterference in the harvestman Phalangium opilio (Opiliones) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part III
13:20  Yosemite C 33.2 CLEMMENSEN, SF*; HULSEY, CDEffects of morphological phenotypic plasticity on cichlid transcriptome expression 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part III
13:40  Yosemite C 33.3 GARB, J.E.*; HAYASHI, C.Y.; LANCASTER, A.K.; CORBETT, S.; AYOUB , N.A.Fresh Insights from RNA-Seq Analysis into Black Widow Spider Venom Composition and Evolution 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part III
14:00  Yosemite C 33.4 SANDERS, S.M.*; SHCHEGLOVITOVA, M; CARTWRIGHT, PNonparametric bootstrapping of RNASeq data in polymorphic polyps of Hydractinia symbiolongicarpus 
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part III
14:20  Yosemite C 33.5 BRUDERS, R*; KOHN, A.B.; KOCOT, K.M.; SWALLA, B.J.; NOREKIAN, T; MOROZ, L.L.Gone with the Wnts: Genomic insights into Wnt signaling in the ctenophore, Pleurobrachia bachei  
  Friday, Jan. 4  33
Complementary to Symposium: Understanding First Order Phenotypes: Transcriptomics for Emerging Model Systems - Part III
14:25  Yosemite C 33.6 SWORE, J.J.*; KOHN, A.B.; KOCOT, K.M.; SWALLA, B.J.; NOREKIAN, T; MOROZ , L.L.On the Origins of Glutamatergic Signaling: Insights from the ctenophore genome (Pleurobrachia bachei ) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Population Genetics
13:00  Continental Ballroom 7 34.1 HART, M*; SUNDAY, J; POPOVIC, I; LEARNING, K; KONRAD, CSelection and gene flow in gamete recognition molecules: daughters of immigrants meet sons of locals in a sexual conflict 
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Population Genetics
13:20  Continental Ballroom 7 34.2 RASTORGUEFF, P.-A.*; CHEVALDONNĂ©, P.; LEJEUSNE, C.Unexpected patterns of connectivity and phylogeographic breaks in Mediterranean marine cave mysids 
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Population Genetics
13:40  Continental Ballroom 7 34.3 DOLCEMASCOLO, P*; DILEO, KThe Genetics of Colonization: Evidence for a Recent Range Expansion in Hyla cinerea 
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Population Genetics
14:00  Continental Ballroom 7 34.4 CHU, K.H.*; TSANG, L.M.; WU, T.H.High genetic divergence among Hong Kong stream faunal populations: Implications for biodiversity conservation of freshwater ecosystems 
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Population Genetics
14:20  Continental Ballroom 7 34.5 FOX, A M*; SCHREY, A W; MCCOY, E D; MUSHINSKY, H RAre roads a barrier to gene flow in a sand burrowing lizard, the Florida Sand Skink, Plestiodon reynoldsi?  
  Friday, Jan. 4  34
Population Genetics
14:40  Continental Ballroom 7 34.6 GLAZIER, A.E.*; ETTER, R.J.; JENNINGS, R.M.Bathymetric Patterns of Genetic Variation: Implications for Evolution in the Deep Atlantic 
  Friday, Jan. 4  35
Ecomorphology
13:00  Continental Ballroom 9 35.1 MORRIS, J.S.*; BRANDT, E.Sexual dimorphism in the Gray Wolf (Canis lupus): specialization for male-male competition or for male provisioning? 
  Friday, Jan. 4  35
Ecomorphology
13:20  Continental Ballroom 9 35.2 SUSTAITA, D*; RUBEGA, M; HARTMAN, GWhen biomechanics meets biogeochemistry: functional correlates of Loggerhead Shrike (Passeriformes: Laniidae) feeding ecology based on stable isotopes analysis 
  Friday, Jan. 4  35
Ecomorphology
13:40  Continental Ballroom 9 35.3 JUDGE, J. L.*; HASZPRUNAR, G.A 3D investigation of the morphology of lepetellid limpets (Lepetella sierrai): hypotheses on feeding ecology and symbiosis 
  Friday, Jan. 4  35
Ecomorphology
14:00  Continental Ballroom 9 35.4 HARVEY, TA*; PRUM, RO3D Imaging Spectroscopy for Measuring Organismal Hyperspectral Patterns 
  Friday, Jan. 4  35
Ecomorphology
14:20  Continental Ballroom 9 35.5 CAMPOS, E.O.*; BRADSHAW, H.D.; DANIEL, T.L.Exploring plant-pollinator interactions using 3D printed flowers 
  Friday, Jan. 4  35
Ecomorphology
14:40  Continental Ballroom 9 35.6 SHAWKEY, MD*; D'ALBA, L; VINTHER, J; AHMED, M; LIU, SMelanin chemistry and color in feathers 
  Friday, Jan. 4  36
Energetics
13:00  Continental Ballroom 8 36.1 MCWILLIAMS, S.R.*; BAUCHINGER, U.; BOLSER, J.A.; ALAN, R.R.; SMITH, A.D.; SEERAM, N.P.; PIERCE, B.J.; BOYLES, M.; LANGLOIS, L.; GERSON, A.; PRICE, E.; GUGLIELMO, C.The stress of stopping over: oxidative stress associated with long-duration flights and its implications for the ecology of migrants at stopover sites. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  36
Energetics
13:20  Continental Ballroom 8 36.2 BENNETT, MM*; OWINGS, A; YOCUM, G; RINEHART, J; GREENLEE, KFlight metabolic rate as an expression of quality in temperature stressed alfalfa leafcutting bees, Megachile rotundata 
  Friday, Jan. 4  36
Energetics
13:40  Continental Ballroom 8 36.3 MIDDLETON, KM*; COATS, BREnergy metabolism of small muscle phenotype mice compared to inbred strains in response to exercise 
  Friday, Jan. 4  36
Energetics
14:00  Continental Ballroom 8 36.4 MCCUE, M.D.Direct measurement of starvation-induced shifts in endogenous fuel oxidation in mice 
  Friday, Jan. 4  36
Energetics
14:20  Continental Ballroom 8 36.5 DAVIS, M. J.*; SWANSON, B. O.Wave Energetics in Fiddler Crabs: Variability in Signaling Investment 
  Friday, Jan. 4  36
Energetics
14:40  Continental Ballroom 8 36.6 DUNKIN, R.C.*; WILLIAMS, T.M.; KOOPMAN, H.N.Adaptations of Elephant Skin for Non-Evaporative and Evaporative Heat Loss 


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