SICB 2016 Meeting, Portland, OR, January 3-7, 2016

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 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
07:45  C123  S4-1 CRONIN, T.W. Extraocular, nonvisual, and simple photoreceptors: Introduction   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
08:00  C123  S4-2 PORTER, M.L. Beyond the eye: extraocular opsin evolution   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
08:30  C123  S4-3 COLLEY, N.J.*; NILSSON, D-E. Photoreception in Phytoplankton   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
09:00  C123  S4-4 OAKLEY, TH*; RAMIREZ, MD Opsins without eyes – precursors or derivatives?   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
10:00  C123  S4-5 HEATH-HECKMAN, Elizabeth/A.C.*; PEYER, Suzanne; MCFALL-NGAI, Margaret Bacterial regulation of host cryptochrome expression in a squid photophore   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
10:30  C123  S4-6 KINGSTON, ACN*; CRONIN, TW Extraocular opsins in skin and nervous systems of aquatic animals   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
11:00  C123  S4-7 BATTELLE, B-A Ocular and extraocular photosensitivity and opsin expression in the American horseshoe crab Limulus polyphemus, a chelicerate arthropod.   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
11:30  C123  S4-8 BOK, M.J.*; PORTER, M.L.; NILSSON, D.-E. Looking with gills: The function and evolution of fan worm branchial photoreceptors   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
13:30  C123  S4-9 WALKER, Marquis T.*; RUPP, Alan; WENG, Shijun; BERSON, David M.; HATTAR, Samer; MONTELL, Craig A mouse homolog of Drosophila RDGB functions in ipRGC dim light activation   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
14:00  C123  S4-10 SCHMIDT, T.M.*; SONODA, T.; ALAM, N.M; CHEN, S.; KOFUJI, P.; LI, W; PRUSKY, G.T.; HATTAR, S. New roles for ganglion cell photoreceptors   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
14:30  C123  S4-11 SPEISER, D.I. Eyes most numerous: extracephalic visual systems in molluscs   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S4
Extraocular, Nonvisual, and Simple Photoreceptors
15:00  C123  S4-12 JOHNSEN, S. What Next? Unanswered questions about extraocular photoreception and how we might answer them    
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S5
The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ
08:00  A106  S5-1 KELLY, Diane A. Intromittent Organ Morphology and Biomechanics: Exploring the Morphospace of Intromission   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S5
The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ
08:30  A106  S5-2 BURNS, M.*; TSURUSAKI, N. Reproductive morphology under long-term demographic evolution in an arthropod   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S5
The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ
09:00  A106  S5-3 HOCH, JM*; SCHNECK, DT; NEUFELD, CJ Ecology and evolution of phenotypic plasticity in the penis and appendages of barnacles    
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S5
The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ
09:30  A106  S5-4 LANGERHANS, R. Brian*; ANDERSON, Chris M.; HEINEN-KAY, Justa L. Causes and consequences of genital diversity: ecology and speciation as the missing links   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S5
The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ
10:30  A106  S5-5 COHN, MJ Development of external genitalia: from evolutionary origins to congenital malformations   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S5
The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ
11:00  A106  S5-6 TUNSTALL, P; RAPKIN, J; GAGE, M; HUNT, J; HOUSE, C.M* A ROLE FOR STABILIZING SEXUAL SELECTION FOR THE EVOLUTION OF MALE AND FEMALE GENITALIA IN A FLOUR BEETLE (Tribolium castaneum)   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S5
The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ
11:30  A106  S5-7 GREDLER, M.L. Developmental and Evolutionary Origins of Amniote External Genitalia   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S5
The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ
13:30  A106  S5-8 BRENNAN, PLR THE ROLE OF GENITAL COEVOLUTION IN INTROMITTENT ORGAN MORPHOLOGY. The Role of Genital Coevolution in Intromittent Organ Morphology   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S5
The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ
14:00  A106  S5-9 SCHULTZ, N.; INGELS, J.; HILLHOUSE, A.; WARDWELL, K.; CHANG, P.; GOOD, J.M.; CHEVERUD, J.; LUTZ, C.; LU, L.; WILLIAMS, R.; DEAN, M.D.* Evolutionary genetics of baculum size and shape variation in mice   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S5
The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ
14:30  A106  S5-10 ORR, T.J.*; BRENNAN, P.L.R. All features great and small - an exploration of male genital evolution in mammals   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S5
The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ
15:00  A106  S5-11 MOORE, BC*; SPEARS, D; KELLY, DA Morphological characteristics related to the expansion of the crocodilian glans for reproductive activity.   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S6
Evolutionary Endocrinology: Hormones as Mediators of Evolutionary Phenomena
08:00  C124  S6-1 COX, RM*; MCGLOTHLIN, JW; BONIER, F Hormones as mediators of phenotypic and genetic integration: an evolutionary genetics approach   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S6
Evolutionary Endocrinology: Hormones as Mediators of Evolutionary Phenomena
08:30  C124  S6-2 OUYANG, Jenny Q Endocrine variation as a mediator of life-history evolution: the relationship between hormones and fitness in a fluctuating environment   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S6
Evolutionary Endocrinology: Hormones as Mediators of Evolutionary Phenomena
09:00  C124  S6-3 MOKKONEN, M.*; KOSKELA, E.; MAPPES, T. Hormones mediate evolutionary conflict between the sexes   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S6
Evolutionary Endocrinology: Hormones as Mediators of Evolutionary Phenomena
10:00  C124  S6-4 ZERA, A.J. Evolutionary endocrinology of dispersal polymorphism in insects   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S6
Evolutionary Endocrinology: Hormones as Mediators of Evolutionary Phenomena
10:30  C124  S6-5 SCHWARTZ, Tonia/S*; BRONIKOWSKI, Anne/M Evolution of the insulin and insulin-like signaling network in a garter snake metapopulation   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S6
Evolutionary Endocrinology: Hormones as Mediators of Evolutionary Phenomena
11:00  C124  S6-6 DANTZER, Ben Ecology muddles the relationship between hormones and life history traits   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S6
Evolutionary Endocrinology: Hormones as Mediators of Evolutionary Phenomena
11:30  C124  S6-7 DAVIDOWITZ, G Synergism and antagonism at the physiological level regulates the evolution of life histories at the phenotypic level   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S6
Evolutionary Endocrinology: Hormones as Mediators of Evolutionary Phenomena
13:30  C124  S6-8 GARLAND, JR., T*; SALTZMAN, W; GARLAND, Theodore Hormones and the evolution of complex traits: insights from artificial selection on behavior   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S6
Evolutionary Endocrinology: Hormones as Mediators of Evolutionary Phenomena
14:00  C124  S6-9 ROSVALL, KA*; BERGEON BURNS, CM; JAYARATNA, SP; KETTERSON, ED Molecular mechanisms of testosterone production: a gonad-centric view of behavioral evolution   
 Tuesday, Jan. 5  S6
Evolutionary Endocrinology: Hormones as Mediators of Evolutionary Phenomena
14:30  C124  S6-10 ZINNA, R.S.; KRAUS, A.L.; GOTOH, H.; BRENT, C.S.; EMLEN, D.J.; LAVINE, L.S.* Endocrine regulation of the weapons of sexual selection   


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