SICB 2015 Meeting, West Palm Beach, FL, January 3-7, 2015

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 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
07:54  Ballroom A S7.0 FISH, F. Introduction   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
08:00  Ballroom A S7.1 FISH, FRANK/E*; HOFFMAN, JESSICA/L Stability design and response to waves by batoids   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
08:30  Ballroom A S7.2 COTEL, Aline*; WEBB, Paul Living in a turbulent world - Impacts on fish habitat choices and swimming   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
09:00  Ballroom A S7.3 WILLIAMS, T.M. The Moveable Feast: A comparison of foraging tactics and energetics in large, stealthy marine and terrestrial carnivores   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
10:00  Ballroom A S7.4 KOEHL, M.A.R. Swimming in an Unsteady World   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
10:30  Ballroom A S7.5 KATIJA, Kakani Biogenic inputs to ocean mixing: Changes in morphology alter mixing efficiency in medusae   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
11:00  Ballroom A S7.6 MURPHY, D.W.; WEBSTER, D.R.; KANAGAWA, M.; KAWAGUCHI, S.; KING, R.; OSBORN, J.; YEN, J. * Aggregative behavior of Antarctic Krill: group interactions, multi-oar biomechanics, and hydrodynamic wake signature.    
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
11:30  Ballroom A S7.7 DOMENICI, Paolo Unsteady swimming and predator-prey interactions in fish   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
13:30  Ballroom A S7.8 LAUDER, G. V.*; WITT, W. C.; WEN, L. Hydrodynamics of Fish c-start Escape Responses Studied with Simple Robotic Models   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
14:00  Ballroom A S7.9 DANIEL, TL*; EBERLE, AL Unsteady forces form in flapping foils and depend on fluid-solid coupling in water but not in air.   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
14:30  Ballroom A S7.10 BORAZJANI, Iman Unsteady Aquatic Locomotion Simulations: From unsteadiness in straight-line swimming to fast-starts   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S7
Unsteady aquatic locomotion with respect to eco-design and mechanics
15:00  Ballroom A S7.11 WEBB, P.W.*; WEIHS, D Stability and swimming in aquatic vertebrates: evolutionary patterns and possible future directions   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S8
Neurohormones, Brain and Behavior: A Comparative Approach to Rapid Neuroendocrine Function
08:00  Ballroom B S8.1 SALDANHA, CJ Buttons and Glue: novel forms of estrogen provision.   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S8
Neurohormones, Brain and Behavior: A Comparative Approach to Rapid Neuroendocrine Function
08:30  Ballroom B S8.2 REMAGE-HEALEY, Luke An integrative look at acute steroid signaling in the nervous system   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S8
Neurohormones, Brain and Behavior: A Comparative Approach to Rapid Neuroendocrine Function
09:00  Ballroom B S8.3 WOOLLEY, C.S. Acute Estrogen Actions in the Hippocampus: Implications for Epilepsy   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S8
Neurohormones, Brain and Behavior: A Comparative Approach to Rapid Neuroendocrine Function
10:30  Ballroom B S8.5 DICKENS, Molly J. Sex, stress, and rapid estradiol changes in the male brain   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S8
Neurohormones, Brain and Behavior: A Comparative Approach to Rapid Neuroendocrine Function
11:00  Ballroom B S8.6 RITERS, LV Steroid-opioid interactions and rapid changes in the motivation to communicate   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S8
Neurohormones, Brain and Behavior: A Comparative Approach to Rapid Neuroendocrine Function
11:30  Ballroom B S8.7 SOMA, KK Rapid effects of steroids on the brain and social behavior of songbirds   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S8
Neurohormones, Brain and Behavior: A Comparative Approach to Rapid Neuroendocrine Function
13:30  Ballroom B S8.8 MARUSKA, K.P. Social transitions cause rapid behavioral and neuroendocrine changes   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S8
Neurohormones, Brain and Behavior: A Comparative Approach to Rapid Neuroendocrine Function
14:00  Ballroom B S8.9 GODWIN, J*; LAMM, MA; LIU, H; GEMMELL, N The need for speed: Neuroendocrine regulation of socially controlled sex change   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S8
Neurohormones, Brain and Behavior: A Comparative Approach to Rapid Neuroendocrine Function
14:30  Ballroom B S8.10 MANEY, Donna L.*; ZINZOW-KRAMER, Wendy M. Estrogen Receptor Alpha: A Mediator of Life History Trade-offs?   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S8
Neurohormones, Brain and Behavior: A Comparative Approach to Rapid Neuroendocrine Function
15:00  Ballroom B S8.11 CALISI, RM Neuroendocrine dynamics of reproductive hormones GnRH-I and GnIH in response to seasonal, social, and rapid changes in behavior   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S9
Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning
07:30  2A S9.1 MILLER, Laura A*; BATTISTA, N; GRIFFITH, B A quantitative biology lab to compare simulations of crossbridge attachments to force-velocity and length-tension curves in skeletal muscle   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S9
Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning
08:00  2A S9.2 FULL, R.J.*; DUDLEY, R.; KOEHL, M.A.R.; LIBBY, T.; SCHWAB, C. The Impact of Discovery-Based Instruction on Interdisciplinary Research Skills   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S9
Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning
08:30  2A S9.3 DREW, J.A. Using technology to expand the classroom in time and space   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S9
Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning
09:00  2A S9.4 KOHLER, B. R. *; BRUDER, A. Limnology and Inversions in Multivariable Calculus   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S9
Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning
10:30  2A S9.6 DINIZ BEHN, CG*; LOPP, S; GLEIT, RD; BOOTH, V Who needs sleep? Engaging students in mathematical modeling of sleep and circadian interactions   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S9
Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning
11:00  2A S9.7 WALDROP, LD*; PRAIRIE, JC Using small, interdisciplinary groups to engage students as participant-scientists in mathematical biology   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S9
Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning
11:30  2A S9.8 ADLER, F. R. Using simple models to motivate mathematics and understand cancer: Making the classroom into a workshop for collective model development   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S9
Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning
13:30  2A S9.9 PEPPER, Rachel E.*; CHASTEEN, Stephanie V.; POLLOCK, Steven J.; PERKINS, Katherine K. Applying the results of education research to help students learn more   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S9
Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning
14:00  2A S9.10 GROSS, Louis J. Preparing \"Fearless\" Biologists: Quantitative components for undergraduate life scientists   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S9
Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning
14:30  2A S9.11 SHTYLLA, Blerta Interdisciplinary team approaches to mathematical modeling in a liberal arts setting.   
 Tuesday, Jan. 6  S9
Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning
15:00  2A S9.12 ADOLPH, SC Transforming classical models and original research into active learning activities in quantitative biology   


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