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

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-1
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
07:55  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-1.0 Nemeth, Z; Bonier, F; MacDougall-Shackleton, SIntroduction 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-1
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
08:00  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-1.1 WINGFIELD, JCAllostasis, resilience and coping with a changing world 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-1
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
08:30  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-1.2 PERFITO, Nicole*; CALISI, Rebecca; HAU, Michaela; BENTLEY, George E.Integrating environmental signals for reproductive timing 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-1
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
09:00  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-1.3 VISSER, M.E.*; SCHAPER, S.V.; CARO, S.P.Global climate change leads to natural selection on the physiological mechanisms underlying seasonal timing 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-1
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
10:00  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-1.4 KITAYSKY, ASMechanistic links between climate variability, stress, and population processes in seabirds 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-1
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
10:30  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-1.5 BOONSTRA, R.The role of the stress axis in coping with chronic uncertainty 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-1
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
11:00  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-1.6 DIAMOND, SE*; PELINI, SL; ELLISON, AM; GOTELLI, NJ; SANDERS, NJ; DUNN, RRUsing physiology to predict ectotherm responses to environmental change 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-1
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
11:30  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-1.7 SHELDON, B.C.Constraints and the importance of adaptive plasticity to climate change 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-2
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
13:00  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-2.1 SIH, A.Behavioral responses to human-induced rapid environmental change (HIREC) 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-2
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
13:30  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-2.2 GHALAMBOR, C.K.*; HANDELSMAN, C.A.; RUELL, E.W.Plasticity, selection, and the potential for adaptation in newly established populations 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-2
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
14:00  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-2.3 CRESPI, Erica J.*; WARNE, Robin W.; LEDON-RETTIG, Cristina C.Integrating stress physiology with quantitative evolutionary models to predict population responses to environmental change: An amphibian perspective 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S6-2
Symposium: Coping with Uncertainty: Integrating Physiology, Behavior and Evolutionary Ecology in a Changing World
14:30  Continental Ballroom 4 S6-2.4 SNELL-ROOD, EC*; MOREHOUSE, NIThe effects of changing nutrient inputs on sexual selection dynamics and life history evolution 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
08:00  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.1 MÜLLER, W.E.G. *; WANG, X.H. Metazoan circadian rhythm: an universal "Zeitgeber" existing from sponges to humans 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
08:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.2 REITZEL, A.M.*; TARRANT, A.M.Circadian clock of the starlet sea anemone Nematostella vectensis: a conserved network and missing links 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
09:00  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.3 LIWANG, A.*; CHANG, Y.-G.; TSENG, R. D.Rhythmic Ring-Ring Stacking Drives the Circadian Oscillator Clockwise 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
09:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.4 DE LA IGLESIA, Horacio O.; SMARR, B.*Finding A Temporal Niche 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
10:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.5 BATTELLE, Barbara-AnneWhat the clock tells the eye: Lessons from an ancient arthropod 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
11:00  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.6 MERRITT, DJ*; MAYNARD, AJSynchronization of circadian bioluminescence as a group-foraging strategy in cave glowworms 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
11:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.7 OLIVERI, P*; PETRONE , L; LERNER, A; MATTIELLO, TEvolution of animal clock: an echinoderm prospective  
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-2
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
13:00  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-2.1 LOUDON, FK; SPENCER, R-J*Egging each other on: embryonic communication in a nest maintains circadian rhythms of heart rate in turtles? 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-2
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
13:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-2.2 HEATH-HECKMAN, Elizabeth A.C.*; PEYER, Suzanne M.; MCFALL-NGAI, Margaret J.Symbiont luminescence entrains daily host-tissue rhythms through direct regulation of a host cryptochrome gene 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-2
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
14:00  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-2.3 MEUTI, Megan E.*; DENLINGER, David L.The Role of Circadian Clock Genes in the Overwintering Diapause of the Northern House Mosquito, Culex pipiens  
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-2
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
14:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-2.4 REPPERT, SMThe monarch butterfly reveals the prototype ancestral TTFL clock of insects: a focus on cryptochromes 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Symposium: Assembling the Poriferan Tree of Life
08:00  Continental Ballroom 2/3 S8-1.1 THACKER, R.W.*Assembling the Poriferan Tree of Life: Integrative Taxonomy and Systematics Reveal New Patterns of Sponge Evolution 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Symposium: Assembling the Poriferan Tree of Life
08:30  Continental Ballroom 2/3 S8-1.2 REDMOND, NE*; MORROW, CC; THACKER, RW; DIAZ, MC; BOURY-ESNUALT, N; CáRDENAS, P; HAJDU, E; LôBO-HAJDU, G; PICTON, BE; COLLINS, AGNew 18S rDNA Sequence Data Suggest Exciting New Hypotheses for Internal Relationships of Demospongiae (Phylum Porifera). 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Symposium: Assembling the Poriferan Tree of Life
09:00  Continental Ballroom 2/3 S8-1.3 BOURY-ESNAULT, N.*; LAVROV, D.; PéREZ, T.The integrative phylogeny approach applied to Porifera: a case-study the Homoscleromorpha 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Symposium: Assembling the Poriferan Tree of Life
10:00  Continental Ballroom 2/3 S8-1.4 MORROW, C.C.*; REDMOND, N.E.; PICTON, B.E.; ALLCOCK, A.L.; SIGWART, J.D.; MAGGS, C.A.Molecular phylogenies support homoplasy of multiple morphological characters used in the taxonomy of Heteroscleromorpha (Porifera: Demospongiae) 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Symposium: Assembling the Poriferan Tree of Life
10:30  Continental Ballroom 2/3 S8-1.5 KLAUTAU, M.*; AZEVEDO, F.; CóNDOR LUJáN, B.; RUSSO, C.A.M.; COLLINS, A.Calcarea evolution: morphology and molecules 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Symposium: Assembling the Poriferan Tree of Life
11:00  Continental Ballroom 2/3 S8-1.6 HAJDU, E.*; LôBO-HAJDU, G.; COSME, B.; DE PAULA, T.; REDMOND, N.E.; COLLINS, A.G.; THACKER, R.W.Towards an Evolutionary Classification of Mycalina and Latrunculina (Poecilosclerida) 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S8-1
Symposium: Assembling the Poriferan Tree of Life
11:30  Continental Ballroom 2/3 S8-1.7 HOOPER, J.N.A.*; HALL, K.A.; EKINS, M.; ERPENBECK, D.; WÖRHEIDE, G.; JOLLEY-ROGERS, G.Managing and sharing the escalating sponge “unknowns”: the SpongeMaps project 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S8-2
Symposium: Assembling the Poriferan Tree of Life
13:00  Continental Ballroom 2/3 S8-2.1 DIAZ, M.C.*; THACKER, R.W.T; REDMOND, N.; COLLINS, A.G“Don’t judge a book by its cover: Discovering two new Verongida genera (Class Demospongiae, Porifera)” 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S8-2
Symposium: Assembling the Poriferan Tree of Life
13:30  Continental Ballroom 2/3 S8-2.2 LAVROV, DennisThe origin of freshwater sponges: when, where, and why? 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S8-2
Symposium: Assembling the Poriferan Tree of Life
14:00  Continental Ballroom 2/3 S8-2.3 WOERHEIDE, GPhylogenomics of non-bilaterian animals: pitfalls and challenges 


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