Friday, August 8, 2008: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall CD, Midwest Airlines Center
PS 79 - Latebreaking: Evolution and Behavior
Soils as agents of selection: Feedbacks between plants and soils alter seedling survival and performance.
Clara C. Pregitzer, University of Tennessee, Joe Bailey, University of Tennessee, Stephen C. Hart, Northern Arizona University, Jennifer A. Schweitzer, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Maintenance of flower color polymorphism in the herbaceous perennial Tradescantia ohiensis: The importance of non-pollinator agents of selection
Lindsay E. Dierkes, University of Virginia, Laura F. Galloway, University of Virginia
Comparison of foraging selection by downy woodpeckers (Picoides pubescens) and black capped chickadees (Parus atricapilla) on Eurosta solidaginis larvae in galls on Solidago altissima
Terence R. Hams, University of Minnesota Duluth
Correlating genetic variation with life history type in chaparral of the Santa Monica and San Gabriel Mountains
Laura A. Merwin, Pepperdine University, Stephen D. Davis, Pepperdine University, Thomas L. Vandergon, Pepperdine University, Rodney L. Honeycutt, Pepperdine University
Genetic and phenotypic diversity of remnant invaded native grass after two generations
Karin E. Bergum, University of Wyoming, Ann L. Hild, University of Wyoming, Franklin P. Bartlett, University of Wyoming, Brian A. Mealor, The Nature Conservancy
The effect of spatial structure on the evolution of predator-prey interactions: The role of dispersal rates
Susanna M. Messinger, University of Michigan, Annette Ostling, University of Michigan
Niche evolution is initially related to speciation: A test within the genus Mimulus
Dena L. Grossenbacher, University of California, Davis, Samuel D. Veloz, University of California, Davis, Jason P. Sexton, University of California, Davis, Justen B. Whittall, Santa Clara University
Local maladaptation in the aphid Macrosiphum albifrons to its host plant Lupinus lepidus var. lobbii in a primary successional landscape
Christian Che-Castaldo, University of Maryland, John Bishop, Washington State University, Vancouver, Tim Hinds, Washington State University, Vancouver
Eavesdropping in plants: A test of the biochemical recognition hypothesis
Gregory W. Shook Jr., Youngstown State University, Benjamin F. Tracy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Brandon T. Sinn, Youngstown State University, David M. Sedlacko, Youngstown State University, Jessica R. Dull, Youngstown State University, Diego Villarreal, Universidad Nacional de La Pampa, Argentina, Josť L. Hierro, CONICET and Universidad Nacional de La Pampa, Ian J. Renne, Youngstown State University
Ovoposition in the water column of the blue-finned killifish (Lucania goodei) and subsequent affects of UV light
Benjamin A. Sandkam, University of Illinois, Rebecca C. Fuller, University of Illinois

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