SICB 2014 Meeting, Austin TX, January 3-7, 2014

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DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title 
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday06:30   Other Events Monday.K  SRC breakfast - Hotel Restaurant   
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday12:00   Other Events Monday.A  Public Affairs Committee- Room 614   
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday12:00   Other Events Monday.B  SICB Editorial Board - Room 402   
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday12:00   Other Events Monday.C  Development Committee - Room 617   
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday12:00   Other Events Monday.D  AMS Luncheon/Business Meeting - Room 602   
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday12:00   Other Events Monday.H  Broadening Participation Committee Workshop - Room 416   
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday17:45   Other Events Monday.E  SICB Society Meeting & Awards Presentation - Salon C   
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday18:30   Other Events Monday.M  Brewery Night- Hotel Lobby   
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday18:45   Other Events Monday.F  TCS Business Mtg - Room 412   
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday18:45   Other Events Monday.G  DEDE Mtg- Salon D   
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday19:00   Other Events Monday.I  Workshop: Parasites and links to host phenotype - Room 602   
 Monday, Jan. 6  Other Events Monday20:00   Other Events Monday.L  Broadening participation social 8:00-10:00pm - Carmelos Restaurant   
 Monday, Jan. 6  64
Environmental change
08:00  Salon A 64.1 MILLER, LP*; ALLEN, BJ; DENNY, MW Changing environmental variability in a changing climate: the effects of thermal variation on growth rates and energy flow through an intertidal community   
 Monday, Jan. 6  64
Environmental change
08:15  Salon A 64.2 RILEY, M.E.*; GRIFFEN, B.D. Life history plasticity associated with the climate change-mediated range expansion of a coastal decapod   
 Monday, Jan. 6  64
Environmental change
08:30  Salon A 64.3 JIMENEZ, AG*; WILLIAMS, JB Effects of thermal stress on cellular physiology of winter-acclimated House Sparrows.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  64
Environmental change
08:45  Salon A 64.4 BUTLER, L.K.*; HOPE, S.; STABILE, F.; OUELLETTE, M. Warmer spring temperatures predict earlier summer molt in a songbird   
 Monday, Jan. 6  64
Environmental change
09:00  Salon A 64.5 POWERS, DR*; WETHINGTON, SM; LANGLAND, KM; SCHROEDER, RJ; CANEPA, JR Physiological Sensitivity of Hummingbirds to Warming Environmental Temperatures   
 Monday, Jan. 6  64
Environmental change
09:15  Salon A 64.6 LEVY, O*; BUCKLEY, BB; KEITT, TH; ANGILLETTA, MJ Bringing regional projections of climate and landscape to the organismal level    
 Monday, Jan. 6  64
Environmental change
09:30  Salon A 64.7 MACLEAN, HJ*; HIGGINS, JK; BUCKLEY , LB; KINGSOLVER, JG Thermal stress and heat tolerance in Rocky Mountain butterflies    
 Monday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental endocrinology: A special session honoring John Wingfield 2
08:00  Salon D 65.1 DICKENS, M. J. ; BENTLEY, G. E. * Stress and reproduction: What underlies reproductive suppression when birds are brought into captivity?    
 Monday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental endocrinology: A special session honoring John Wingfield 2
08:30  Salon D 65.2 LYNN, S.E.*; PERFITO, N.; GUARDADO, D.; BENTLEY, G.E. Food, stress, and circulating testosterone: cue integration by the testes, not the brain, in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental endocrinology: A special session honoring John Wingfield 2
09:00  Salon D 65.3 SOMA, K.K. Steroid Synthesis in the Brain   
 Monday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental endocrinology: A special session honoring John Wingfield 2
09:30  Salon D 65.4 MEDDLE, SL Behavioural neuroendocrinology in free-living wild Arctic breeding song birds: tales from the tundra…   
 Monday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental endocrinology: A special session honoring John Wingfield 2
10:30  Salon D 65.5 ROMERO, LM*; FEFFERMAN, NH Using Allostasis as a Foundation for Modeling Studies   
 Monday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental endocrinology: A special session honoring John Wingfield 2
11:00  Salon D 65.6 ADKINS-REGAN, E Endocrinology of Avian Social Behavior   
 Monday, Jan. 6  65
Environmental endocrinology: A special session honoring John Wingfield 2
11:30  Salon D 65.7 MCEWEN, B.S. Protective and Damaging Effects of Mediators of Stress and Adaptation   
 Monday, Jan. 6  66
Adaptation, macrophysiology and freeze tolerance
08:00  Salon E 66.1 AGOSTA, SJ*; BERNARDO, J New macrophysiological insights into old macroecological patterns: energetic constraints on geographic range size in mammals   
 Monday, Jan. 6  66
Adaptation, macrophysiology and freeze tolerance
08:15  Salon E 66.2 CRICKENBERGER, S*; WALTHER, K; MORAN, A Lower thermal tolerance of larvae and adults of the introduced barnacle Megabalanus coccopoma: implications for range limits   
 Monday, Jan. 6  66
Adaptation, macrophysiology and freeze tolerance
08:30  Salon E 66.3 CONNOR, K.M.*; GERMAN, D.P.; GRACEY, A.Y. Thermal Stress and Energetics in the Ecological Dominant Marine Mussel Mytilus californianus along Within-Shore Environmental Gradients   
 Monday, Jan. 6  66
Adaptation, macrophysiology and freeze tolerance
08:45  Salon E 66.4 LARSON, DJ*; MIDDLE, L; BARNES, BM Wood frog adaptations to overwintering in Alaska: New limits to freezing tolerance.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  66
Adaptation, macrophysiology and freeze tolerance
09:00  Salon E 66.5 SINCLAIR, B.J.*; GRAETHER, S.P.; UDAKA, H. FROST: The red herring gene of insect cold tolerance?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  66
Adaptation, macrophysiology and freeze tolerance
09:15  Salon E 66.6 UDAKA, H*; LI, D; DENNIS, A.B.; SINCLAIR, B.J. Gene expression associated with freeze tolerance in goldenrod gall fly, Eurosta solidaginis   
 Monday, Jan. 6  66
Adaptation, macrophysiology and freeze tolerance
09:30  Salon E 66.7 BENNETT, MM*; COOK, K; OWINGS, AA; YOCUM, G; RINEHART, J; GREENLEE, KJ Low temperature stress during development and its effects on adult performance in alfalfa leafcutting bees   
 Monday, Jan. 6  67
Locomotion, morphology and performance
08:00  400 67.1 YOUNG, V.KH.*; BLOB, R.W. In vivo Femoral Strains in Swimming Turtles: Influence of Locomotor Medium on Limb Bone Loading   
 Monday, Jan. 6  67
Locomotion, morphology and performance
08:15  400 67.2 ROSE, JA*; RUSSO, GA; YOUNG, JW; SMITH, GA; BUTCHER, MT Ontogeny of locomotor performance in Eastern cottontail rabbits: I. Hindlimb muscle architecture and fiber type.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  67
Locomotion, morphology and performance
08:30  400 67.3 YOUNG, J. W.*; RUSSO, G. A.; ROSE, J. A.; BUTCHER, M. T.; SMITH, G. A. Ontogeny of locomotor performance in Eastern cottontail rabbits: II. Hindlimb joint work during acceleration   
 Monday, Jan. 6  67
Locomotion, morphology and performance
08:45  400 67.4 NOTO, C.R. Implications of Morphological Variation in the Manual Unguals of Theropod Dinosaurs   
 Monday, Jan. 6  67
Locomotion, morphology and performance
09:00  400 67.5 HUSAK, J.F.*; SATHE, E.A. Maximal locomotor performance and sprint sensitivity in green anole lizards (Anolis carolinensis)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  67
Locomotion, morphology and performance
09:15  400 67.6 FALKINGHAM, P L *; GATESY, S M Using experimental and simulated footprints to interpret dinosaur limb motion   
 Monday, Jan. 6  68
Biophysical ecology
08:00  404 68.1 BEDORE, CN*; KAJIURA, SM; JOHNSEN, SJ Bioelectric crypsis in cephalopods reduces detection by shark predators   
 Monday, Jan. 6  68
Biophysical ecology
08:15  404 68.2 JOHNSEN, S*; SAWICKA, E; REYNOLDS, R; STRAMSKI, D Through the looking glass: The structure of the oceanic light field and its implications for mirror-based camouflage   
 Monday, Jan. 6  68
Biophysical ecology
08:30  404 68.3 NEWCOMB, LA*; CARRINGTON, E; GEORGE, MN; O'DONNELL, MJ Short-term exposure to elevated temperature and low pH alters mussel attachment strength    
 Monday, Jan. 6  68
Biophysical ecology
08:45  404 68.4 AKRE, K.L.*; JOHNSEN, S. Proportional psychophysics and the evolution of behavior: The broad influence of Weber’s law   
 Monday, Jan. 6  68
Biophysical ecology
09:00  404 68.5 HUMEAU, A.*; CASAS, J. Why is the antlion trap a trap? Comparing the locomotion of ants on two media with different slope and roughness   
 Monday, Jan. 6  69
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion: Where do we stand, where are we going?
08:00  406 69.1 PARKER, S.E*; MCBRAYER, L.M The Effect of Multiple Obstacles on the Locomotor Behavior and Performance of a Terrestrial Lizard Sceloporus woodi   
 Monday, Jan. 6  69
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion: Where do we stand, where are we going?
08:15  406 69.2 SCALES, J.A.*; BUTLER, M.A. The relationship between muscle cross-sectional area and locomotor performance in lizards   
 Monday, Jan. 6  69
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion: Where do we stand, where are we going?
08:30  406 69.3 PFEIFFENBERGER, J.A.*; HSIEH, S.T. Autotomy-induced effects on the maximum locomotor performance of ghost crabs in the field   
 Monday, Jan. 6  69
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion: Where do we stand, where are we going?
08:45  406 69.4 COLLINS, CE*; RUSSELL, AP; HIGHAM, TE The ups and downs of desert life: Movement, habitat structure, and biomechanics of a Namib day gecko   
 Monday, Jan. 6  69
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion: Where do we stand, where are we going?
09:00  406 69.5 ASTLEY, H. C.*; ROBERTS, T. J. The mechanics of elastic loading and recoil in anuran jumping   
 Monday, Jan. 6  69
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion: Where do we stand, where are we going?
09:15  406 69.6 KILBOURNE, BM Body mass, limb length, and limb mass and their role in locomotor specializations in terrestrial and semi-terrestrial mammals   
 Monday, Jan. 6  69
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion: Where do we stand, where are we going?
09:30  406 69.7 JAGNANDAN, K*; HIGHAM, TE Lightening the load: Effects of tail autotomy and regeneration on locomotor mechanics in the leopard gecko.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  70
Life history evolution
08:00  408 70.1 DAVIDOWITZ, G.*; DAWS, A.D.; MOORE, A.F.; HELM, B.R.; STILLWELL, R.C. Nutrient effects on energy allocation among body parts within an individual.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  70
Life history evolution
08:15  408 70.2 HELM, BR*; DAVIDOWITZ, G Trade-offs amongst growth, storage and metabolic rate during the 5th instar of the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta   
 Monday, Jan. 6  70
Life history evolution
08:30  408 70.3 MALLERY JR., C.S.*; DZIALOWSKI, E.M. Metabolic Demand of Ovoviviparous Reproduction in the Guyana Orange Spotted Cockroach Blaptica dubia   
 Monday, Jan. 6  70
Life history evolution
08:45  408 70.4 DURSO, AM*; SMITH, GD; NEUMAN-LEE, LA; FRENCH, SS Using labeled nutrient tracers to reveal resource allocation in lizards with competing needs   
 Monday, Jan. 6  70
Life history evolution
09:00  408 70.5 DARNELL, M.Z. Size-at-age vs. size-at-stage: Environmental control of blue crab growth rates   
 Monday, Jan. 6  70
Life history evolution
09:15  408 70.6 STEWART, J.R.*; ECAY, T.W. Mobilization of Eggshell Calcium Promotes Embryonic Growth in an Oviparous Snake    
 Monday, Jan. 6  70
Life history evolution
09:30  408 70.7 MAUSBACH, W/E*; DZIALOWSKI, A/R A Conflict between Hatching and Survival in a Halophilic Fairy Shrimp (Crustacea: Anostraca)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  70
Life history evolution
09:45  408 70.8 BODENSTEINER, BL; MITCHELL, TS*; STRICKLAND, JT; JANZEN, FJ Do hydric conditions during embryonic development in the field influence phenotypes of neonatal painted turtles?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  71
Sexual signals
08:15  410 71.2 HUMFELD, SA*; THOMETZ, B; GERHARDT, HC Advertisement-call novelties in the frequency domain are not favored by stimulation of an untapped inner-ear organ   
 Monday, Jan. 6  71
Sexual signals
08:30  410 71.3 GUMM, J. M.*; BURNS, H.; CHERRIER, E. Mate preference based on visual and chemical cues in colorful freshwater fishes   
 Monday, Jan. 6  71
Sexual signals
08:45  410 71.4 SCHUMER, ME*; WANG, S; CUMMINGS, ME Influences of mate preference behavior on patterns of brain gene expression in the sailfin molly Poecilia latipinna   
 Monday, Jan. 6  71
Sexual signals
09:00  410 71.5 FULLER, A B*; BURROWS, J R; EARLEY, R L Choosing a Caretaker: Do heterospecifics eavesdrop on sexual signals to assess hosts for their offspring?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  71
Sexual signals
09:15  410 71.6 BELANGER, R.M.*; SABHAPATHY, G.S.; KHAN, S. Atrazine and metolachlor exposure affects the chemosensory responses of male crayfish (Orconectes rusticus) to female odors   
 Monday, Jan. 6  72
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
08:00  412 72.1 HEDGECOCK, D.*; MANAHAN, D.T. Controlling Nature & Nurture: Why experiments with wild type are insufficient for understanding adaptation to environmental change    
 Monday, Jan. 6  72
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
08:15  412 72.2 APPLEBAUM, S.L.*; PAN, F.; HEDGECOCK, D.; MANAHAN, D.T. Genetically determined shifts in metabolic energy allocation in response to ocean acidification   
 Monday, Jan. 6  72
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
08:30  412 72.3 PAN, F.*; APPLEBAUM, S.L.; SAWYER, R.J.; MANAHAN, D.T. Ocean acidification alters energy allocation in developing sea urchins   
 Monday, Jan. 6  72
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
08:45  412 72.4 MANAHAN, D.T.*; APPLEBAUM, S.L.; PAN, F. Genes, genomes and proteins - the challenge of making physiological predictions   
 Monday, Jan. 6  72
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
09:00  412 72.5 PODOLSKY, RD*; BENFIELD, C; DOOLEY, T Using gamete characteristics to model fertilization kinetics in latitudinal comparisons of fertilization success for sea urchins under variable temperature and pCO2   
 Monday, Jan. 6  72
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
09:15  412 72.6 DIVINO, J.N.*; MCCORMICK, S.D.; SCHULTZ, E.T. Examining Physiological Evolution in Derived Freshwater Threespine Sticklebacks   
 Monday, Jan. 6  72
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
09:30  412 72.7 STAMPER, SA*; PLOCH, C; FORTUNE, ES; COWAN, NJ During closed-loop refuge tracking, Eigenmannia virescens tunes its active sensing behavior to the length and features of the moving refuge   
 Monday, Jan. 6  72
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
09:45  412 72.8 MADHAV, M.S.*; STAMPER, S.A.; FORTUNE, E.S.; COWAN, N.J. Closed-loop stabilization of the Jamming Avoidance Response reveals its locally unstable and globally nonlinear dynamics   
 Monday, Jan. 6  73
Neurobiology of insect flight I
08:15  416 73.1 DYHR, JP*; SPONBERG, S; HALL, R; COLMENARES, DJ; CHAUHAN, NS; DANIEL, TL Closing the loop on abdominal control with free flight pitch perturbations   
 Monday, Jan. 6  73
Neurobiology of insect flight I
08:30  416 73.2 COLEMAN, DM*; WILLIS, MA Inability to make bilateral olfactory comparisons affects the plume tracking flight of the moth, Manduca sexta.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  73
Neurobiology of insect flight I
08:45  416 73.3 DICKERSON, BH*; SANDERS, EJ; WOODS, JI; DANIEL, TL Multi-channel extracellular recording supports a gyroscopic function for wings.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  73
Neurobiology of insect flight I
09:00  416 73.4 HALL, RW*; SPONBERG, S; DANIEL, TL Fusion of proboscis mechanoreception and vision contributes to flower tracking in a freely flying moth   
 Monday, Jan. 6  73
Neurobiology of insect flight I
09:15  416 73.5 MUNK, Y*; BRUNTON, B; HORVITZ, E; DANIEL, TL High Score! Hawkmoth video games reveal obstacle navigation policy   
 Monday, Jan. 6  73
Neurobiology of insect flight I
09:30  416 73.6 SPONBERG, S*; HALL, RW; DANIEL, TL Sensory and motor determinants of tracking performance in free flight and low light   
 Monday, Jan. 6  74
Cardiovascular physiology
08:00  417 74.1 CROSSLEY II , DA*; ELSEY, R; EME, J Cardiovascular regulation in embryonic American alligators during chronic exposure to reduced environmental oxygen.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  74
Cardiovascular physiology
08:15  417 74.2 DZIALOWSKI, E.M.*; SOTHERLAND, P.R.; GOY SIRSAT, S.K.; SIRSAT, T.S. Metabolic and cardiac correlates of hatching in an ectothermic archosaur   
 Monday, Jan. 6  74
Cardiovascular physiology
08:30  417 74.3 KOHL, ZF*; ELSEY, RM; CROSSLEY II, DA Differential vascular perfusion in response to bouts of acute hypoxic exposure in embryonic American alligators.    
 Monday, Jan. 6  74
Cardiovascular physiology
08:45  417 74.4 PANG, Y.*; DONG, J.; THOMAS, P. Membrane progesterone receptor alpha (mPRα) mediates the non-genomic action of progesterone to increase nitric oxide production by human umbilical vein endothelial cells   
 Monday, Jan. 6  74
Cardiovascular physiology
09:00  417 74.5 TATE, KB*; CROSSLEY II, DA Chronic hypoxic incubation of embryonic chickens (Gallus gallus) alters the cardiovascular response to angiotensin analogues.    
 Monday, Jan. 6  74
Cardiovascular physiology
09:15  417 74.6 WALDROP, LD*; MILLER, LA Simulations of heart-beat reversal in sessile tunicates   
 Monday, Jan. 6  74
Cardiovascular physiology
09:30  417 74.7 BAIRD, A. J.*; MILLER, L. A. Electro-dynamic suction pumping in Ascidian Hearts   
 Monday, Jan. 6  75
Developmental physiology
08:00  615 75.1 PATTERSON, J.T.*; WALKER, F.L.; GREEN, C.G. Reproductive physiology of a euryhaline teleost consuming low levels of highly unsaturated fatty acids   
 Monday, Jan. 6  75
Developmental physiology
08:15  615 75.2 TORSON, A.S.*; YOCUM, G.D.; RINEHART, J.P.; KEMP, W.P.; BOWSHER, J.H. The genetic components of extended life expectancy in chilled, post-diapause quiescent alfalfa feafcutting bees, Megachile rotundata   
 Monday, Jan. 6  75
Developmental physiology
08:30  615 75.3 LOCKWOOD, B.L.*; MONTOOTH, K.L. The consequences of thermal stress on early embryonic development: from cells to the whole-organism   
 Monday, Jan. 6  75
Developmental physiology
08:45  615 75.4 LOPEZ-MARTINEZ, G*; WILLIAMS, CM; VISSER, B; HAHN , DA Repeated anoxia exposures during the immature stages have hormetic effects that extend into adulthood   
 Monday, Jan. 6  75
Developmental physiology
09:00  615 75.5 WAGNER, J.T.*; PODRABSKY, J.E. DNA damage tolerance and photorepair of ultraviolet-C irradiated Austrofundulus limnaeus embryos: unique insight into annual killifish development   
 Monday, Jan. 6  75
Developmental physiology
09:15  615 75.6 REITZEL, A.M.*; TARRANT, A.M. Phylogenetic diversity and transcription dynamics of heat shock proteins in the estuarine cnidarian Nematostella vectensis   
 Monday, Jan. 6  75
Developmental physiology
09:30  615 75.7 GREEN, C*; LUNDBERG, N; FERRARA, A; FONTENOT, Q Development of larval salinity tolerance in two populations of alligator gar Atractosteus spatula   
 Monday, Jan. 6  76
Complementary session: The cell\'s view of animal body plan evolution
08:00  616 76.1 MALISKA, M.; LOWE , E.; WEBER, C.; STOLFI, A.; PEYRIERAS, N.; CHRISTIAEN, L.; BROWN, C.T.; SWALLA, B.J.* Molgulid Ascidians have a Radical Heterochronic Shift in their Metamorphic Gene Network   
 Monday, Jan. 6  76
Complementary session: The cell\'s view of animal body plan evolution
08:15  616 76.2 HWANG, A.E.*; DAVIDSON, B.J. Functional conservation of heart-related enhancers in Ciona intestinalis and Corella inflata   
 Monday, Jan. 6  76
Complementary session: The cell\'s view of animal body plan evolution
08:30  616 76.3 SIMAKOV, O.*; ROKHSAR, D.S.; ARENDT, D. Combining developmental, population, and comparative genomics analyses to study long term evolution of cell types   
 Monday, Jan. 6  76
Complementary session: The cell\'s view of animal body plan evolution
08:45  616 76.4 NULL, RW*; KRUP, AL; SINHA, M; PATEL, NH An Integrative Approach to Dissecting the Nanoscopic Morphogenesis of Structural Color in Butterflies   
 Monday, Jan. 6  76
Complementary session: The cell\'s view of animal body plan evolution
09:15  616 76.6 SAJUTHI, A.; CARRILLO-ZAZUETA, B.; BRONDANSKY, L.; WANG, A.; DUKE, E.; RIVERA, A.S.* Gene expression differences in the sexually dimorphic eyes of Euphilomedes carcharodonta (Ostracoda, Crustacea)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  77
Complementary session: The micro and macro of nutrient effects in animal physiology and ecology
08:15  415 77.1 SRYGLEY, R.B.* Nutrient intake of nymphal and adult Mormon crickets and its effects on immunity   
 Monday, Jan. 6  77
Complementary session: The micro and macro of nutrient effects in animal physiology and ecology
08:30  415 77.2 CLARK, R.M.*; ZERA, AJ; BEHMER, S Nutrient availability influences resting metabolism in wing-dimorphic Gryllus firmus crickets   
 Monday, Jan. 6  77
Complementary session: The micro and macro of nutrient effects in animal physiology and ecology
08:45  415 77.3 CEASE, A.J.*; ROGERS, S.M.; DODGSON, T.; SIMPSON, S.J. Diet modulates gregarization in the Australian Plague Locust   
 Monday, Jan. 6  77
Complementary session: The micro and macro of nutrient effects in animal physiology and ecology
09:00  415 77.4 SCHINDLER, AJ*; BAUGH, LR; SHERWOOD, DR Identification of two novel insulin- and hormone-regulated nutritional checkpoints in C. elegans development   
 Monday, Jan. 6  77
Complementary session: The micro and macro of nutrient effects in animal physiology and ecology
09:15  415 77.5 CLISSOLD, F.J.*; SIMPSON, S.J. Plant chemistry and temperature both influence host plant choice   
 Monday, Jan. 6  77
Complementary session: The micro and macro of nutrient effects in animal physiology and ecology
09:30  415 77.6 CLISSOLD, F.J.*; RICHARDSON, A.; LENHART, P.; BEHMER, S.T.; SIMPSON, S.J. Is the ability to gain carbohydrate driving the evolution and ecology of an insect herbivore, the grasshopper?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  78
Vertebrate ecology
10:15  Salon A 78.1 ZYLBERBERG, M*; DERRYBERRY, EP; BREUNER, CW; MACDOUGALL-SHACKLETON, EA; CORNELIUS, JM; HAHN, TP Impacts of avian malaria and related parasites on lifetime reproductive success and survivorship of mountain white-crowned sparrows (Zonotrichia leucophrys oriantha)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  78
Vertebrate ecology
10:30  Salon A 78.2 OTERO, L.M.; HUEY, R.B.*; GORMAN, G.C A Few Meters Matter: Micro-Landscape Variation in Reproduction and Reproductive Cycling a Tropical Lizard   
 Monday, Jan. 6  78
Vertebrate ecology
10:45  Salon A 78.3 GRANBERG, R.M.*; PERRY, G.; VERBLE, R.M. Home range size and survival of Texas horned lizard as a function of physical environment   
 Monday, Jan. 6  78
Vertebrate ecology
11:00  Salon A 78.4 DRIESSENS, T*; VANHOOYDONCK, B; VAN DAMME, R A functional approach to the dewlap in Anolis sagrei   
 Monday, Jan. 6  78
Vertebrate ecology
11:15  Salon A 78.5 ARCHIE, J.W.*; HOOPER, C. A mechanism for extinction: Recruitment failure in a sky-island population of Sceloporus occidentalis   
 Monday, Jan. 6  78
Vertebrate ecology
11:30  Salon A 78.6 JANZEN, F.J.*; JERGENSON, A.M.; MILLER, D.A.W.; NEUMAN-LEE, L.A.; WARNER, D.A. Swimming against the tide: resilience of a riverine turtle to extreme environmental events   
 Monday, Jan. 6  78
Vertebrate ecology
11:45  Salon A 78.7 WILLIAMS, CT*; LANE, JE; HUMPHRIES, MM; MCADAM, AG; BOUTIN, S Reproductive phenology of a food-hoarding mast seed consumer: resource- and density-dependent benefits of early breeding in red squirrels   
 Monday, Jan. 6  79
Hypoxia / oxidative stress
10:00  Salon E 79.1 TOMMERDAHL, AP*; BURNETT, KG; BURNETT, LE Respiratory properties of wild and aquacultured penaeid shrimp hemocyanin   
 Monday, Jan. 6  79
Hypoxia / oxidative stress
10:15  Salon E 79.2 ELDER, L.E.*; SCHNEIDER, J. L.; HANCOCK, L.P.; SEIBEL, B.A. Metabolic depression as a common strategy for diel migrating zooplankton survival in oxygen minimum zones   
 Monday, Jan. 6  79
Hypoxia / oxidative stress
10:30  Salon E 79.3 RIGGS, C.L.*; PODRABSKY, J.E. Identifying crucial microRNAs supporting extreme anoxia tolerance of annual killifish embryos   
 Monday, Jan. 6  79
Hypoxia / oxidative stress
10:45  Salon E 79.4 HAVIRD, JC*; HENRY, RP; SANTOS, SR Taking their breath away: Metabolic adaptations to low-oxygen levels and salinity transfer in anchialine shrimps (Crustacea: Atyidae)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  79
Hypoxia / oxidative stress
11:00  Salon E 79.5 JEW, CJ*; GRACEY, AY; YANAGITSURU, Y; GRAHAM, JB; TRESGUERRES, M Acclimation to aerial exposure in the long-jawed mudsucker (Gillichthys mirabilis)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  79
Hypoxia / oxidative stress
11:15  Salon E 79.6 BIDDULPH, T.A.*; HARRISON, J.F. Oxygen Modulates Density Effects on Body Size in Drosophila melanogaster   
 Monday, Jan. 6  79
Hypoxia / oxidative stress
11:30  Salon E 79.7 PETIT, M*; VEZINA, F Elevating antioxidant defence is part of cold acclimatization in a small forest bird wintering in eastern Canada.    
 Monday, Jan. 6  80
Swimming manuevers and control
10:15  400 80.1 VAN WASSENBERGH, S.*; VAN MANEN, K.; STAMHUIS, E.J. Boxfish carapace hydrodynamics: a test of the self-stabilization and low body-drag hypotheses   
 Monday, Jan. 6  80
Swimming manuevers and control
10:45  400 80.3 NAIR, A. M.*; MCHENRY, M. J. The fast start in larval zebrafish creates 3D maneuvers   
 Monday, Jan. 6  80
Swimming manuevers and control
11:00  400 80.4 TYTELL, E. D.*; OSWALD, L. E. The effects of viscosity on swimming in lampreys (Petromyzon marinus)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  80
Swimming manuevers and control
11:15  400 80.5 LI, G.*; MULLER, U.K.; VAN LEEUWEN, J.L.; LIU, H. Can larval fish enhance their hydrodynamic performance of backward C-starts by capturing their own wake?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  80
Swimming manuevers and control
11:30  400 80.6 MAIA, A.*; SHELTZER, A.P.; TYTELL, E.D. Streamwise Vortices Destabilize Swimming Bluegill Sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  80
Swimming manuevers and control
11:45  400 80.7 SETH, D; TANGORRA, J*; FLAMMANG, B.E.; LAUDER, G.V. Active modulation of bluegill sunfish tail compliance   
 Monday, Jan. 6  81
Marine larval ecology
10:15  404 81.1 JAFFE, A.L.*; HADDOCK, S.H.D Time series analysis and visualization of midwater zooplankton ecology: Automating long-term studies of the VARS dataset   
 Monday, Jan. 6  81
Marine larval ecology
10:30  404 81.2 BOSCH, I*; SNYDER, S.M.; GALAC, M.R.; JANIES, D.A Oceanic Sea Star Larvae Host Microbial Community Dominated by Cyanobacteria of the Genus Synechococcus   
 Monday, Jan. 6  81
Marine larval ecology
10:45  404 81.3 CHARPENTIER, C.L.*; COHEN, J.H. Effects of predator odor on photobehavior, visual sensitivity, and morphology of crab larvae   
 Monday, Jan. 6  81
Marine larval ecology
11:00  404 81.4 MENINZOR, D.; ASAHINA, A.; HADFIELD, M.G.* Who makes the settlement cue for larvae of Phestilla sibogae?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  81
Marine larval ecology
11:15  404 81.5 THOMSEN, O.; COLLIN, R.*; CARRILLO-BALTODANO, A. Are Planktotrophic Calyptraeids "Pre-adapted" for Adelphophagic Development?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  81
Marine larval ecology
11:30  404 81.6 SMOOT, SC*; PLANTE, CJ; PODOLSKY, RD Within-species variation and phylogenetic patterns in anti-bacterial activity in egg masses of 16 mollusc species   
 Monday, Jan. 6  81
Marine larval ecology
11:45  404 81.7 TAYLOR, J.C.*; WILLIAMS, M.B.; KATIYAR, S.K.; WATTS, S.A. Dietary beta-carotene supplementation in broodstock affects F1 embryonic development and embryonic stress response to UVR in the sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus   
 Monday, Jan. 6  82
Morphology and feeding mechanics
10:30  408 82.1 CAMP, A.L.*; ROBERTS, T.J.; BRAINERD, E.L. Comparison of cranial and axial muscle power for suction feeding in largemouth bass   
 Monday, Jan. 6  82
Morphology and feeding mechanics
10:45  408 82.2 SLOAN, T.J.*; TURINGAN, R.G. Thermal response of prey-capture kinematics in teleost fishes departs from physiological expectations   
 Monday, Jan. 6  82
Morphology and feeding mechanics
11:00  408 82.3 WILGA, C*; DUQUETTE, D; FICARRA, L Coordination of Ventilation and Feeding in Elasmobranchs   
 Monday, Jan. 6  82
Morphology and feeding mechanics
11:15  408 82.4 KANE, E.A.*; HIGHAM, T.E. Modeled predator accuracy predicts capture success in three centrarchids   
 Monday, Jan. 6  82
Morphology and feeding mechanics
11:30  408 82.5 RICO-GUEVARA, A.*; RUBEGA, M.A. Ecological Implications of Hummingbird Feeding Mechanisms   
 Monday, Jan. 6  82
Morphology and feeding mechanics
11:45  408 82.6 SALCEDO, M.K.*; IWASAKI, J.M.; RUNDLE, D.E.; COMBES, S.A. Hunting with damaged wings: How does the location of dragonfly wing damage affect flight biomechanics and predation success?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  83
Signal function
10:30  410 83.1 PASCH, B*; ABBASI, M; PHELPS, SM; WILSON, PS; RYAN, MJ Steering sound beams: The influence of social context on acoustic radiation patterns in Neotropical singing mice   
 Monday, Jan. 6  83
Signal function
10:45  410 83.2 HANSEN, B. K.*; FAIR, M. B. The benefits of high density: Do chemical cues facilitate food location in the gregarious snail, Potamopyrgus antipodarum?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  83
Signal function
11:00  410 83.3 SIMPSON, RK*; MCGRAW, KJ The role of a fluctuating environment on multiple signals   
 Monday, Jan. 6  83
Signal function
11:15  410 83.4 GRAVISH, N.*; GOLD, G.E.; ZANGWILL, A.D.; GOODISMAN, M.A.D.; GOLDMAN, D.I. Ant traffic and communication in confined environments   
 Monday, Jan. 6  83
Signal function
11:30  410 83.5 GHOSAL, RATNA*; LEVESQUE M, HAUDE; SORENSEN W, PETER Chemical characterization of a species identifying pheromone in the common carp (Cyprinus carpio)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  83
Signal function
11:45  410 83.6 STUDER, T/P*; MOORE, P/A Smelling Out the Competition: Response Behavior of Naïve Crayfish to Invader Odors   
 Monday, Jan. 6  84
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
10:30  412 84.1 WATERS, J. S. Modeling the collective dynamics of metabolic allometry   
 Monday, Jan. 6  84
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
10:45  412 84.2 CHAN, K.Y.K.*; PADILLA, D.K. ; JIANG, H.S. Organismal-, ciliary- motion and resulting fluid disturbances of freely swimming veligers   
 Monday, Jan. 6  84
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
11:00  412 84.3 GIGNAC, PM*; SANTANA, SE The impact of scale on ecomorphology: Using the feeding systems of bats and crocodilians as ontogenetic and macroevolutionary models   
 Monday, Jan. 6  84
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
11:15  412 84.4 ROMBOKAS, E*; SCHEUER, L; DYHR, JP; DANIEL, TL A robotic model of inertial flight maneuvering in the hawkmoth   
 Monday, Jan. 6  84
Complementary session: A new organismal systems biology: How animals walk the tightrope between stability and change
11:30  412 84.5 EBERLE, AL*; DICKERSON, BH; REINHALL, P; DANIEL, TL Wings wobble when waggled: detecting Coriolis forces from bending dynamics   
 Monday, Jan. 6  85
Neurobiology of insect flight 2
10:15  416 85.1 LIN, H*; MISCHIATI, M; SIWANOWICZ, I; LEONARDO, A To pursue, or not to pursue, that is the question: A neuroethological investigation of dragonfly predation decisions   
 Monday, Jan. 6  85
Neurobiology of insect flight 2
10:30  416 85.2 MISCHIATI, M.*; LIN, H.; SIWANOWICZ, I.; LEONARDO, A. Active head control and its role in steering during dragonfly interception flights   
 Monday, Jan. 6  85
Neurobiology of insect flight 2
10:45  416 85.3 ROY, T**; SANE, S.P The antennal positioning response of flying honeybees   
 Monday, Jan. 6  85
Neurobiology of insect flight 2
11:00  416 85.4 SAXENA, N.**; NATESAN, D.; SANE, S.P. Odor tracking behavior of fruit flies in the presence of landmark cues   
 Monday, Jan. 6  85
Neurobiology of insect flight 2
11:15  416 85.5 CURREA, J Motion Perception of Composite Patterns in Fruit Flies   
 Monday, Jan. 6  85
Neurobiology of insect flight 2
11:30  416 85.6 THEOBALD, J.C.*; MAZO, C. Flies use visual elevation to modulate different responses to translational and rotational displacements   
 Monday, Jan. 6  86
Microbes and symbiosis
10:00  417 86.1 KOHL, K.D.*; WEISS, R.B.; COX, J.; DALE, D.; DEARING, M.D. Gut microbes mediate plant-animal interactions with respect to dietary toxins   
 Monday, Jan. 6  86
Microbes and symbiosis
10:15  417 86.2 MCKENNEY, EA*; RODRIGO, A; YODER, AD Species-specific assembly of the gut microbiota in lemurs   
 Monday, Jan. 6  86
Microbes and symbiosis
10:30  417 86.3 MILLER, A.W.*; DEARING, M.D. Toxin Degradation is a Community Effort in the Gut Microbiota of Mammalian Herbivores   
 Monday, Jan. 6  86
Microbes and symbiosis
10:45  417 86.4 WEITZMAN, C.L.*; SANDMEIER, F.C.; SNYDER, S.J.; TRACY, C.R. Comparative microbial community diversity in the upper respiratory tract across Gopherus tortoise species   
 Monday, Jan. 6  86
Microbes and symbiosis
11:00  417 86.5 MOH, A.P.*; THONGSRIPONG, P.; BENNETT, S.N. Dengue Adaptive Evolution: Measuring the Function of Natural Diversity in an Emerging Virus   
 Monday, Jan. 6  86
Microbes and symbiosis
11:15  417 86.6 SOTO, W*; TRAVISANO, M; NISHIGUCHI, M.K. Ecological Diversification of Vibrio fischeri During the Planktonic Phase & Subsequent Consequences for Squid Host Colonization   
 Monday, Jan. 6  86
Microbes and symbiosis
11:30  417 86.7 NAVA, A.*; NISHIGUCHI, M.K. Sublte genetic changes in the two-component regulatory system etk effects anti-predatory behavior in the symbiotic bacterium, Vibrio fischeri   
 Monday, Jan. 6  86
Microbes and symbiosis
11:45  417 86.8 PATELUNAS, A.*; NISHIGUCHI, M.K. Aerobic indicators and vascular distribution in the bacteriogenic light organ of Euprymna tasmanica (Cephalopoda: Sepiolidae)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  87
Complementary session: The cell\'s view of animal body plan evolution
10:15  616 87.1 KUO, D.-H. The Molecular Basis of the Leech O-P Equivalence Group and the Evovability of Metazoan Patterning Mechanisms   
 Monday, Jan. 6  87
Complementary session: The cell\'s view of animal body plan evolution
10:30  616 87.2 BøRVE, A.; RYAN, J.F.; HEJNOL, A.* A convergent dorsal nervous system condensation in the Acoelomorpha driven by the BMP-synexpression group   
 Monday, Jan. 6  87
Complementary session: The cell\'s view of animal body plan evolution
10:45  616 87.3 LAYDEN, MJ*; MARTINDALE, MQ Notch signaling may have evolved to control cellular differentiation and growth during development of metazoan animals   
 Monday, Jan. 6  87
Complementary session: The cell\'s view of animal body plan evolution
11:00  616 87.4 RANGE, R.C.*; ANGERER, R.C.; ANGERER, L.M. An ancient deuterostome anterior signaling center patterns and sizes the anterior neuroectoderm territory of the sea urchin embryo   
 Monday, Jan. 6  87
Complementary session: The cell\'s view of animal body plan evolution
11:15  616 87.5 MOROZ, LL How many times might complex brains have evolved?    
 Monday, Jan. 6  87
Complementary session: The cell\'s view of animal body plan evolution
11:30  616 87.7 LOWE, E.K.*; BROWN, C.T.; SWALLA, B.J.; CHRISTIAEN, L.A.; STOLFI, A. Differential expression influences different body plan development in chordates ascidians   
 Monday, Jan. 6  88
Ventilation and gas exchange in organisms and burrows
13:30  Salon A 88.1 MURPHY, E.A.K.*; REIDENBACH, M.A. Effects of temperature on ventilation patterns in polychaete burrows   
 Monday, Jan. 6  88
Ventilation and gas exchange in organisms and burrows
13:45  Salon A 88.2 TURNER, JS*; PINSHOW, B On transient-state ventilation of burrows with a single opening    
 Monday, Jan. 6  88
Ventilation and gas exchange in organisms and burrows
14:00  Salon A 88.3 PINSHOW, B*; ZUCKER, D; BRICKNER-BRAUN, I; TURNER, JS; BERLINER, P Boundary layer turbulence induces penetration of eddies into rodent burrows   
 Monday, Jan. 6  88
Ventilation and gas exchange in organisms and burrows
14:15  Salon A 88.4 FAHLMAN, A*; BRODSKY, M; ROCHO-LEVIN, J; LEVINE, G; LORING, S/H; KLEINHENZ, D; AUSTIN, T Lung mechanics in live cetaceans   
 Monday, Jan. 6  89
Complimentary session: Honoring John Wingfield 2
13:30  Salon D 89.1 ROSVALL, KA*; PETERSON, MP; BUECHLEIN, A; TANG, H; RUSCH, D; KETTERSON, ED Acute and persistent social challenges elicit widespread shifts in peripheral gene expression without a systemic rise in testosterone   
 Monday, Jan. 6  89
Complimentary session: Honoring John Wingfield 2
13:45  Salon D 89.2 KRAUSE, JS*; MCGUIGAN , MA; WINGFIELD, JC; MEDDLE, SL Changes in glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid receptor mRNA expression during the short arctic breeding season in a free living wild song bird the Gambel’s White-crowned Sparrow    
 Monday, Jan. 6  89
Complimentary session: Honoring John Wingfield 2
14:00  Salon D 89.3 GOYMANN, W. The comparative environmental and evolutionary endocrinology of black (Centropus grillii) and white-browed coucals (C. superciliosus), two sympatric birds differing in mate competition and parental care patterns   
 Monday, Jan. 6  89
Complimentary session: Honoring John Wingfield 2
14:15  Salon D 89.4 JONES, BC*; BEBUS, S; SCHOECH, SJ Learned anti-predator behavior is impaired by exogenous corticosterone in free-living Florida scrub-jays (Aphelocoma coerulescens).   
 Monday, Jan. 6  89
Complimentary session: Honoring John Wingfield 2
14:30  Salon D 89.5 WILLIAMS, TD Exactly when do female birds make their ‘timing of breeding’ decision, and what cues do they use?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  89
Complimentary session: Honoring John Wingfield 2
14:45  Salon D 89.6 CALISI, RM*; DICKENS, MJ; ERNST, DK; BENTLEY, GE Different Lab Environments Are Not the Same Animal: Aspects of Zebra Finch Stress Physiology Depend on Captive Housing Environment   
 Monday, Jan. 6  89
Complimentary session: Honoring John Wingfield 2
15:00  Salon D 89.7 PLACE, N.J.*; JOHNSTON, R.E. Effects of age on selectivity for dominant males in female golden Syrian hamsters   
 Monday, Jan. 6  89
Complimentary session: Honoring John Wingfield 2
15:15  Salon D 89.8 KNAPP, R.*; CURETON II, J.C.; BROUGHTON, R.E. Hormones and parental care in fishes   
 Monday, Jan. 6  90
Thermal and osmotic stress, insect gas exchange
13:30  Salon E 90.1 JOST, JA*; KESHWANI, S; SOLTIS, E; MOYER, M; VEZINAW, C Sublethal temperature tolerance of the invasive zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha: Linking growth to cellular indicators of temperature stress   
 Monday, Jan. 6  90
Thermal and osmotic stress, insect gas exchange
13:45  Salon E 90.2 SCHWARTZ, TS*; MCGAUGH, S; BRONIKOWSKI, AM Gene expression and genetic variation in the heat stress response of garter snake life-history ecotypes   
 Monday, Jan. 6  90
Thermal and osmotic stress, insect gas exchange
14:00  Salon E 90.3 BOLLFRASS, K.T.*; GREEN, C.C. Oxidative stress in red swap crayfish Procanmbarus clarkii exposed to acute hyperosmotic conditions   
 Monday, Jan. 6  90
Thermal and osmotic stress, insect gas exchange
14:15  Salon E 90.4 BUCHWALTER, D*; CAMP, A; KIM, K; FUNK, D; PATHMASIRI, W; RAYMER, J; SUMNER, S Does temperature affect aquatic insects via oxygen limitation?    
 Monday, Jan. 6  90
Thermal and osmotic stress, insect gas exchange
14:30  Salon E 90.5 HEINRICH, EC*; GRAY, EM; VORHEES, AS; MEIGHER, SG; BRADLEY, TJ Post-mortal CO2 release by insects at high temperatures   
 Monday, Jan. 6  90
Thermal and osmotic stress, insect gas exchange
14:45  Salon E 90.6 PENDAR, H*; SOCHA, JJ Computational methods to determine the instantaneous respiratory patterns of animals from respirometry data   
 Monday, Jan. 6  90
Thermal and osmotic stress, insect gas exchange
15:00  Salon E 90.7 GARRETT, J*; SOCHA, J.J. Coordination of abdominal pumping, spiracular valving, and tracheal compression in the Madagascar hissing cockroach   
 Monday, Jan. 6  90
Thermal and osmotic stress, insect gas exchange
15:15  Salon E 90.8 HARRISON, J.F.*; KLOK, C.J.; VANDENBROOKS, J.M.; DUELL, M.E.; CAMPBELL, J.B.; JIRJIES, S.; SOCHA, J.J. Grasshoppers defy gravity? Body position effects on hemolymph and air distribution in Schistocerca americana   
 Monday, Jan. 6  91
Feeding mechanisms and innovations
13:30  400 91.1 HOLZMAN, RH*; CHINA, V; ZILKA, M; YANIV, S; ELAD, D Hydrodynamic starvation in first-feeding larval fishes   
 Monday, Jan. 6  91
Feeding mechanisms and innovations
13:45  400 91.2 BALIGA, V.B.*; MEHTA, R.S. Ontogenetic transitions from cleaning behavior are associated with shifts in cranial morphology in Thalassoma wrasses   
 Monday, Jan. 6  91
Feeding mechanisms and innovations
14:00  400 91.3 SUSTAITA, D.*; RUBEGA, M. A.; FARABAUGH, S. M. Come on baby, let’s do the twist: the kinematics of killing in Loggerhead Shrikes (Passeriformes: Laniidae)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  91
Feeding mechanisms and innovations
14:15  400 91.4 TURINGAN, R.G.*; KENYON, J.E.; SHENKER, J.M. Modulating growth trajectories of the feeding mechanism in sympatric species may contribute to functional morphological diversity in teleost fishes   
 Monday, Jan. 6  91
Feeding mechanisms and innovations
14:30  400 91.5 RADE, CM*; SANFORD, CP; HERNANDEZ, LP The multi-functional properties of a cypriniform feeding novelty   
 Monday, Jan. 6  91
Feeding mechanisms and innovations
14:45  400 91.6 COX, S.M.*; PATEK, S.N. Does cavitation limit the speed of mantis shrimp?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  92
Chemical ecology
13:30  404 92.1 WALLACE, R.L.*; WALSH, E.J.; WEBER, K.; RICO MARTINEZ, R.; DAS, S. Coloniality in rotifers: Implications for survival and fitness   
 Monday, Jan. 6  92
Chemical ecology
14:00  404 92.3 PARKER, M.R.*; PICKERING, A.; BLAUSTEIN, A.R.; MASON, R.T. UV-B exposure diminishes a potent sexual signal, the female sex pheromone of red-sided garter snakes   
 Monday, Jan. 6  92
Chemical ecology
14:15  404 92.4 MARION, ZH*; TESTER, A; FORDYCE, JA; FITZPATRICK, B Characterizing the variation of multivariate chemical defenses in fireflies: a novel approach for chemical ecology   
 Monday, Jan. 6  92
Chemical ecology
14:30  404 92.5 WILSON, J.K.*; WOODS, H.A. Host-searching tactics in two groups of parasitoids that attack the hawkmoth Manduca sexta.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  93
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion symposium
13:30  406 93.1 BURDEN, SA*; SASTRY, SS; FULL, RJ Optimization for models of legged locomotion: parameter estimation, gait synthesis, and experiment design   
 Monday, Jan. 6  93
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion symposium
13:45  406 93.2 LI, C*; FULL, R.J. Insects traversing grass-like vertically compliant beams   
 Monday, Jan. 6  93
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion symposium
14:00  406 93.3 JAYARAM, K*; GOLDMAN, D; FULL, R J Effect of friction on cockroaches running in confined spaces    
 Monday, Jan. 6  93
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion symposium
14:15  406 93.4 SPRINGTHORPE, D*; NG, P; FULL, R.J. Effect of moisture content on burrowing performance of ghost crabs   
 Monday, Jan. 6  93
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion symposium
14:30  406 93.5 HUNT, N/H*; MOON, H/S; HAMMOND, A; BURNETT, N/P; PRITCHARD-BERMAN, M; FULL, R/J Stability of cockroaches running rapidly on rigid rods   
 Monday, Jan. 6  93
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion symposium
14:45  406 93.6 LIBBY, T.*; HWANG, M.; KOH, M.; XIE, B.; FULL, R.J. Ground reaction forces during rapid escape turns in lizards.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  93
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion symposium
15:00  406 93.7 AIELLO, B.R.*; IRIARTE-DIAZ, J.; BLOB, R.W.; BUTCHER, M.T.; ESPINOZA, N.R.; MAIN, R.P; ROSS, C.F. Modulation of strain magnitude in the limb bones of tetrapods   
 Monday, Jan. 6  93
Complementary session: Terrestrial locomotion symposium
15:15  406 93.8 RUPERT, JE*; BUTCHER, MT Prehensile tail use in didelphid marsupials: functional modifications for terrestrial species   
 Monday, Jan. 6  94
Sexual dimorphism
13:30  408 94.1 KOCH, R.E.*; HILL, G.E. Effects of domestication on sexual dichromatism in the island canary   
 Monday, Jan. 6  94
Sexual dimorphism
13:45  408 94.2 WESTERMAN, E.L.*; MONTEIRO, M. Sexually dimorphic learning in a butterfly: learning biases, mate choice, and sexually dimorphic ornamentation   
 Monday, Jan. 6  94
Sexual dimorphism
14:00  408 94.3 COX, R.M.*; MCGLOTHLIN, J.W. Developmental erosion of between-sex genetic correlations in a sexually dimorphic lizard   
 Monday, Jan. 6  94
Sexual dimorphism
14:15  408 94.4 COX, C. L.*; HANNINEN, A. F.; REEDY, A. M.; COX, R. M. Testosterone pleiotropically regulates sexual dimorphism in multiple traits    
 Monday, Jan. 6  95
Social status and aggression
13:30  410 95.1 REICHERT, M.S. Assessment and communication in gray treefrog aggressive interactions   
 Monday, Jan. 6  95
Social status and aggression
13:45  410 95.2 BURNETTE, M.F.*; ASHLEY-ROSS, M.A. Foraging archer fish aggressively drive conspecific competitors away from reliable food sources   
 Monday, Jan. 6  95
Social status and aggression
14:00  410 95.3 WOFFORD, S.J.*; EARLEY, R.L.; MOORE, P.A. Battle of the Sexes: Male and female crayfish (Orconectes virilis) use the same type of assessment strategy in different ways    
 Monday, Jan. 6  95
Social status and aggression
14:15  410 95.4 CAIN, KE*; COCKBURN, A; LANGMORE, NE The role of ecology in shaping female competitive traits: Resource availability, aggression and nest success in two populations of superb fairy-wren   
 Monday, Jan. 6  95
Social status and aggression
14:30  410 95.5 RENDON, N.M.*; DEMAS, G.E. Seasonal Transitions in Reproductive State and Territorial Aggression in Female Siberian Hamsters (Phodopus sungorus)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  95
Social status and aggression
14:45  410 95.6 SEDDON, R. J.*; HEWS, D. K. Behavioral and hematological changes in relation to melanization in western fence lizard, Sceloporus occidentalis   
 Monday, Jan. 6  95
Social status and aggression
15:00  410 95.7 WALLACE, J.A.S.*; DEATON HAYNES, R.; FRAKER, T.; SCOBELL, S.K. The effects of social subordination on female reproductive success in the sex-role reversed Gulf pipefish (Syngnathus scovelli)   
 Monday, Jan. 6  96
Population genetics
13:30  412 96.1 CAPPER, RL*; MATZ, MV Signals of natural selection and local adaption in the genome of the reef-building coral Acropora millepora   
 Monday, Jan. 6  96
Population genetics
13:45  412 96.2 GRAHAM, N.M.*; SMITH, C.L.; ROUTMAN, E.J. Population structure of Linanthus dichotomus (Polemoniaceae) using microsatellite analysis: can phenotypic variation restrict gene flow and lead to a pollinator shift?   
 Monday, Jan. 6  96
Population genetics
14:00  412 96.3 FLANAGAN, S.P.*; JONES, A.G. Identifying the genomic signature of selection using a simulation model   
 Monday, Jan. 6  96
Population genetics
14:15  412 96.4 SALERNO, PE*; SEñARIS, JC; ROJAS-RUNJAIC, F.J.M.; CANNATELLA, D.C. Recent evolutionary history of a Lost World frog radiation   
 Monday, Jan. 6  96
Population genetics
14:30  412 96.5 FRITTS-PENNIMAN, AL*; MAHARDIKA, GN; BARBER, PH Genetic signatures of ecological speciation in a coral-associated nudibranch   
 Monday, Jan. 6  96
Population genetics
14:45  412 96.6 DAVIES, S/W*; MATZ, M/V Heritability of dispersal-related traits and gene expression in larvae of reef-building corals   
 Monday, Jan. 6  96
Population genetics
15:00  412 96.7 HIRAMATSU, L.*; WOLAK, M.; GARLAND, T. Genetic modeling to study limits in selection experiments for behavioral traits   
 Monday, Jan. 6  97
Neurobiology: Sensory integration
13:30  416 97.1 SCHWALBE, MAB*; WEBB, JF Artificial vs. natural stimuli: How conditioned responses to artificial water flows reveal the sensory basis for prey detection in a cichlid fish   
 Monday, Jan. 6  97
Neurobiology: Sensory integration
13:45  416 97.2 LOCKEY, JK*; WILLIS, MA One antenna, two antenna; big antenna, small: in walking odor-tracking insects, bilateral input isn't all.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  97
Neurobiology: Sensory integration
14:00  416 97.3 WILLIS, M.A.*; AVONDET, J.L; BROWN, K.; MILLIGAN, J.M. Odor plume tracking behavior may be locomotion dependent.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  97
Neurobiology: Sensory integration
14:15  416 97.4 SPRAYBERRY, JDH Effects of Manzate odor on processing of floral scent in bumblebees   
 Monday, Jan. 6  97
Neurobiology: Sensory integration
14:30  416 97.5 COHN, BRIAN*; COLLIN, SHAUN; WAINWRIGHT, PETER; SCHMITZ, LARS Influence of zooplanktivory on retinal ganglion cell topography in labrid reef fishes   
 Monday, Jan. 6  97
Neurobiology: Sensory integration
14:45  416 97.6 HEINBOCKEL, T.*; WANG, Z.-J.; SUN, L. Cannabinoid Receptor-Mediated Changes of Mitral Cell Activity through Modification of Synaptic Input in the Main Olfactory Bulb   
 Monday, Jan. 6  97
Neurobiology: Sensory integration
15:00  416 97.7 DAVIS-BERG, E.C.*; SACHAR, C.; CALLIER, T.; SAAL, H.P.; BENSMAIA, S.J. Dynamic adaptation of exploratory movements for texture perception   
 Monday, Jan. 6  97
Neurobiology: Sensory integration
15:15  416 97.8 WRIGHT, J/E*; UKHANOV, K; ACHE, B/W; KIMBALL, R/T Olfactory Sensory Neurons in New World Vultures (Cathartidae) Demonstrate Physiological Responsiveness to Biologically Relevant Odorants   
 Monday, Jan. 6  98
Digestion
13:30  417 98.1 GOTO, D*; RAINWATER, E; FASSBINDER-ORTH, C Lipid digestion and absorption are impaired during an alphavirus infection in nestling birds   
 Monday, Jan. 6  98
Digestion
13:45  417 98.2 KARASOV, W.H.*; BRUN, A.; PRICE, E.R.; GONTERO-FOURCADE, M.N.; FERNANDEZ-MARINONE, G.; CRUZ-NETO, A.P.; CAVIEDES-VIDAL, E. Intestinal paracellular permeability to nutrients is higher in frugivorous bats than rodents   
 Monday, Jan. 6  98
Digestion
14:00  417 98.3 PRICE, E.R.*; CAVIEDES-VIDAL, E.; KARASOV, W.H. Mechanistic correlates of paracellular nutrient absorption in protein specialists   
 Monday, Jan. 6  98
Digestion
14:15  417 98.4 GERMAN, D.P.*; FOTI, D.M.; LOCKWOOD, B.L. Elevated amylase activities have different genetic underpinnings in prickleback fishes with different diets    
 Monday, Jan. 6  98
Digestion
14:30  417 98.5 LE GALL, M.*; BEHMER, S.T. The effects of food macronutrient content on an insect herbivore: a fitness landscape approach.   
 Monday, Jan. 6  98
Digestion
14:45  417 98.6 CLARK, X*; SIMPSON, SJ; CLISSOLD, FJ Plant nutrients, mouthparts and temperature: the intricacies of insect nutrition   
 Monday, Jan. 6  98
Digestion
15:00  417 98.7 WILSON , W*; BAUMGARNER, B; WATANABE, W; ALAM, S; KINSEY, S Effects of resveratrol on the growth and muscle physiology of juvenile southern flounder   
 Monday, Jan. 6  98
Digestion
15:15  417 98.8 MCCUE, M D*; CARDENTEY, A Isotope labeled metabolic tracers are not created equal: comparing the oxidative kinetics of free- versus biochemically-integrated dietary nutrients   
 Monday, Jan. 6  99
Developmental regulation and evolution
13:30  615 99.1 FRITZENWANKER, J.H.*; LOWE, C.J. Posterior axis elongation without segmentation: insights into the origins of the bilaterian trunk   
 Monday, Jan. 6  99
Developmental regulation and evolution
13:45  615 99.2 GRAY, J.*; FREEMAN, JR. , R.M.; GERHART, J.; KIRSCHNER, M.W. miRNAs in hemichordate development   
 Monday, Jan. 6  99
Developmental regulation and evolution
14:00  615 99.3 FAMIGLIETTI, A.*; SEGADE, F. ; DAVIDSON, B. Investigating the emergence of the matrix protein fibronectin in the urochordate Ciona intestinalis    
 Monday, Jan. 6  99
Developmental regulation and evolution
14:15  615 99.4 BYRUM, CA*; WIKRAMANAYAKE, AH Selective nuclearization of beta-catenin is sufficient to induce formation of a normal pluteus embryo from ectodermal precursors   
 Monday, Jan. 6  99
Developmental regulation and evolution
14:30  615 99.5 BASTIN, B.R.*; CHOU, H.; PRUITT, M.M.; SCHNEIDER, S.Q. Temporal and spatial expression of the Frizzled gene family in a spiral-cleaving embryo   
 Monday, Jan. 6  99
Developmental regulation and evolution
14:45  615 99.6 KANKE, MR*; MACDONALD, PM Understanding Translational Regulation Using the Model System Drosophila   
 Monday, Jan. 6  99
Developmental regulation and evolution
15:00  615 99.7 FROEHLICH, J.M.*; SEILIEZ, I.; GABILLARD, J.C.; BIGA, P.R. EPIGENETIC REGULATION OF INDETERMINATE MYOGENESIS: Characterization of histone modifications during the myogenic program in rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss   
 Monday, Jan. 6  99
Developmental regulation and evolution
15:15  615 99.8 PRESNELL, JS*; SCHNITZLER, CE; BROWNE, WE Klf/Sp transcription factor family expansion, diversification, and innovation in the Unikonta   
 Monday, Jan. 6  100
Sensory and respiratory physiology 2
14:00  616 100.2 KENNY, M*; PENDAR, H; ADJERID, K; SOCHA, JJ What happens when pupae pump? Internal effects of abdominal movements in the beetle Zophobas morio   
 Monday, Jan. 6  100
Sensory and respiratory physiology 2
14:15  616 100.3 MACDONALD, I/A*; FERRY, L; SUMMERS, A; GIBB, A/C Do Pacific sandfish (Trichodon trichodon) use a modified two-phase respiratory pump for rapid burial?   


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