Friday, August 8, 2008: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall CD, Midwest Airlines Center
PS 71 - Latebreaking: Biodiversity
Microbial diversity of specialist and generalist Drosophila species varies with diet
James Angus Chandler, University of California, Davis, Jenna L Morgan, University of California, Davis, Jonathan A Eisen, University of California, Davis, Artyom Kopp, University of California, Davis
The butterfly effect: The response of riparian bird diversity to climate change and human development
William R. Love Anderegg, Stanford University
Variation in the composition of condensed tannin in cottonwood due to genetic, ontogenetic, and environmental factors
Ashley N. Scioneaux, Miami University, Melissa A. Moore, Miami University, Michael A. Schmidt, Miami University, Richard L. Lindroth, University of Wisconsin, S.C. Wooley, University of Wisconsin, Ann E. Hagerman, Miami University
A biogeographical analysis of South Carolina’s hammock islands and its conservation implications
Joel M. Gramling, The Citadel, John W. McCord, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Does energy flux determine ant diversity? A case study in an arid ecosystem
Leticia Rios-Casanova, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Brandon T. Bestelmeyer, USDA Agricultural Research Service
Tom Sawyer science: Partners painting the picture of diversity
Marty A. Condon, Cornell College, Yvonne Andres,, Laura Pearce, University of Missouri
Predicting the turnover of herbivorous insect faunas from the phylogeny of their host plants
David A. Nipperess, Macquarie University, Scott Ginn, Australian Museum, Tracey Russell, Macquarie University, Lesley Hughes, Macquarie University, Andrew J. Beattie, Macquarie University, Dan P. Faith, Australian Museum, Roger L. Kitching, Griffith University
An assessment of abandoned coal mine effects on the macroivertebrate and fish communities within a southwestern Pennsylvania stream
Joseph M. Shostell, Penn State University-Fayette
Zooplankton biodiversity, lake size, isolation, and productivity in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness
Stephen J. Nikolai, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, Matthew D. Faust, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, Matthew J. Troia, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, Stephanie M. Zinken, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, Todd A. Wellnitz, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire
Fungal diversity in carbonate caves across diverse substrates
Michael J. Vaughan, University of Arizona, Barry M. Pryor, University of Arizona, Raina M. Maier, University of Arizona

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