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

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 Thursday, Jan. 7  S10
A Bigger Picture: Organismal Function at the Nexus of Development, Ecology, and Evolution
08:30  B118/119  S10-1 GIGNAC, Paul M*; O\'BRIEN, Haley D Reliving the past: The ontogeny and evolution of crocodylomorph feeding success   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S10
A Bigger Picture: Organismal Function at the Nexus of Development, Ecology, and Evolution
09:00  B118/119  S10-3 WAINWRIGHT, P.C. The ecology and evolution of organismal innovation   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S10
A Bigger Picture: Organismal Function at the Nexus of Development, Ecology, and Evolution
09:30  B118/119  S10-4 HULSEY, C. Darrin*; MEYER, A. Evolutionary consequences of modularity in vertebrate dentitions at multiple levels of biological design   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S10
A Bigger Picture: Organismal Function at the Nexus of Development, Ecology, and Evolution
10:30  B118/119  S10-5 GOSWAMI, Anjali The macroevolutionary consequences of phenotypic integration: from development to deep time   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S10
A Bigger Picture: Organismal Function at the Nexus of Development, Ecology, and Evolution
11:00  B118/119  S10-6 SANTANA, S.E.*; MILLER, K.E. Analyses of bat ecomorphology at ontogenetic and macroevolutionary scales   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S10
A Bigger Picture: Organismal Function at the Nexus of Development, Ecology, and Evolution
11:30  B118/119  S10-7 BALIGA, Vikram B*; MEHTA, Rita S The Ontogeny of Cleaning in Fishes: Scaling Patterns Underlie Shifts in Feeding Strategy.   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S10
A Bigger Picture: Organismal Function at the Nexus of Development, Ecology, and Evolution
13:30  B118/119  S10-8 HEERS, A.M. Building a Bird: Ontogenetic and Evolutionary Construction of the Avian Body Plan   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S10
A Bigger Picture: Organismal Function at the Nexus of Development, Ecology, and Evolution
14:00  B118/119  S10-9 BHULLAR, B.-A.S. Bird jaws and the origin of Aves   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S10
A Bigger Picture: Organismal Function at the Nexus of Development, Ecology, and Evolution
14:30  B118/119  S10-10 WILGA, Cheryl*; DINIZ, Stephanye; STEELE, Preston; TUTU, Elizabeth; SUDARIO-COOK, Jordan; GALLOWAY, Katherine Laboratory studies: ontogeny of feeding mechanics in sharks: morphology and cartilage strain   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S10
A Bigger Picture: Organismal Function at the Nexus of Development, Ecology, and Evolution
15:00  B118/119  S10-11 HERREL, A Do adult phenotypes reflect selection on juvenile performance? A comparative study on bite force and head morphology in lizards.   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S11
Tapping the Power of Crustacean Transcriptomes to Address Grand Challenges in Comparative Biology
08:00  C123  S11-1 JOHNSON, Jillian G.*; BURNETT, Louis E.; BURNETT, Karen G. Alternative approaches to building transcriptomes can impact differential gene expression analyses in crustaceans exposed to high CO2 and low O2.   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S11
Tapping the Power of Crustacean Transcriptomes to Address Grand Challenges in Comparative Biology
08:30  C123  S11-2 ARMSTRONG, EJ*; STILLMAN, JH Transcriptomic response to environmental stress in porcelain crabs.   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S11
Tapping the Power of Crustacean Transcriptomes to Address Grand Challenges in Comparative Biology
09:00  C123  S11-3 TARRANT, AM*; BAUMGARTNER, MF; LYSIAK, NSJ; HANSEN, BH; ALTIN, D; NORDTUG, T; OLSEN, AJ Transcriptomics of diapause and lipid accumulation in the marine copepod Calanus finmarchicus   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S11
Tapping the Power of Crustacean Transcriptomes to Address Grand Challenges in Comparative Biology
10:00  C123  S11-4 DURICA, D.S.*; DAS, S. Ecdysteroid control of limb regeneration and growth in the fiddler crab Uca pugilator using transcriptomics   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S11
Tapping the Power of Crustacean Transcriptomes to Address Grand Challenges in Comparative Biology
10:30  C123  S11-5 DAS, S*; DURICA, D.S.; MYKLES, D.L. Transcriptomics of signaling gene networks controlling the activity of the crustacean molting gland   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S11
Tapping the Power of Crustacean Transcriptomes to Address Grand Challenges in Comparative Biology
11:00  C123  S11-6 CLARK, K.F.*; GREENWOOD, S.J. Transcriptomic approaches to host-pathogen-environment interactions for the American lobster Homarus americanus   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S11
Tapping the Power of Crustacean Transcriptomes to Address Grand Challenges in Comparative Biology
11:30  C123  S11-7 POWELL, D*; KNIBB, W; ELIZUR, A Transcriptomic analysis of hepatopancreas tissue from families of farmed banana shrimp (Fenneropenaeus merguiensis) that exhibit differing levels of hepatopancreatic parvo-like virus resistance.   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S11
Tapping the Power of Crustacean Transcriptomes to Address Grand Challenges in Comparative Biology
13:30  C123  S11-8 CHANDLER, J.C*; AIZEN, J.; ELIZUR, A.; BATTAGLENE, S.C.; VENTURA, T. Understanding a crustacean's masculinity: Transcriptomics of the Eastern rock lobster   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S11
Tapping the Power of Crustacean Transcriptomes to Address Grand Challenges in Comparative Biology
14:00  C123  S11-9 HAVIRD, J.C.*; MITCHELL, R.T.; HENRY, R.P. Gill-specific salinity response in the blue crab and developing a comprehensive multi-species gill transcriptome   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S11
Tapping the Power of Crustacean Transcriptomes to Address Grand Challenges in Comparative Biology
14:30  C123  S11-10 CHRISTIE, A.E. Analyses of crustacean peptidergic signaling systems using high-throughput transcriptome sequencing   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S11
Tapping the Power of Crustacean Transcriptomes to Address Grand Challenges in Comparative Biology
15:00  C123  S11-11 SANTOS, Scott R. Evolutionary physiology of euryhalinity and developmental transcriptomics in anchialine crustaceans   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S12
New Frontiers in the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior: Nothing in Neuroscience Makes Sense Except in the Light of Behavior
08:30  C124  S12-1 RUEBNSTEIN, Dustin R. Animal behavior: past, present and future   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S12
New Frontiers in the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior: Nothing in Neuroscience Makes Sense Except in the Light of Behavior
09:00  C124  S12-2 AKCAY, Erol Modeling the co-evolution of social structure and behaviors in animal societies   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S12
New Frontiers in the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior: Nothing in Neuroscience Makes Sense Except in the Light of Behavior
09:30  C124  S12-3 CHOW, B.Y. New tools to engineer cellular circuitry in behavioral neuroscience   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S12
New Frontiers in the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior: Nothing in Neuroscience Makes Sense Except in the Light of Behavior
10:30  C124  S12-4 GROZINGER, Christina Cooperation and conflict in social insect societies: from genes to pheromones   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S12
New Frontiers in the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior: Nothing in Neuroscience Makes Sense Except in the Light of Behavior
11:00  C124  S12-5 WOOLLEY, S M Insights gained from comparative approaches to studying vocal communication   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S12
New Frontiers in the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior: Nothing in Neuroscience Makes Sense Except in the Light of Behavior
11:30  C124  S12-6 KINGSBURY, M.A. Social variation across sexes, individuals, species and seasons: The role of vasoactive intestinal polypeptide in avian affiliative behavior   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S12
New Frontiers in the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior: Nothing in Neuroscience Makes Sense Except in the Light of Behavior
13:30  C124  S12-7 MCGRAW, K.J.*; WEAVER, M; HUTTON, P; GIRAUDEAU, M; COOK, M Urban impacts on avian life-history variation: integrative approaches to studying sex, stress, sleep, signaling, and sickness in the city   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S12
New Frontiers in the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior: Nothing in Neuroscience Makes Sense Except in the Light of Behavior
14:00  C124  S12-8 RENN, SCP*; O\'ROURKE, C; RENN, Susan Integrating Metabolic Regulation and Maternal Care in an African Cichlid fish.   
 Thursday, Jan. 7  S12
New Frontiers in the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior: Nothing in Neuroscience Makes Sense Except in the Light of Behavior
14:30  C124  S12-9 MARTIN, LB*; BARRON, DG; BURKETT-CADENA, ND; BURGAN, SB; GERVASI, SS; UYSAL, AK; SHIMIZU, T Individual variation and covariation in vector-borne disease directed behaviors   


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