Friday, August 8, 2008: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall CD, Midwest Airlines Center
PS 82 - Latebreaking: Invasion
Use of carbohydrate resources by red imported fire ants, Solenopsis invicta, in their native and introduced ranges
Shawn M. Wilder, Texas A&M University, Micky D. Eubanks, Texas A&M University, Andrew V. Suarez, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, David Holway, University of California, San Diego
Enemy spillover among exotic and native perennial grass species in experimental communities in a seasonal wetland prairie
G. Kai Blaisdell, University of Oregon, Bitty A. Roy, University of Oregon
Alteration of soil function and biota by an invasive, non-native C4 grass
Gail W.T. Wilson, Oklahoma State University, Karen R. Hickman, Oklahoma State University
Ecosystem responses to dreissenid mussel invasion
Scott N. Higgins, University of Wisconsin-Madison, M Jake Vander Zanden, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Lucas N. Joppa, Duke University
Topsin-M: The new benomyl for mycorrhizal-suppression experiments
Melinda M. Williamson, Oklahoma State University, Gail W.T. Wilson, Oklahoma State University
Intraspecific terpenoid variation in eastern hemlocks and the potential for resistance to the hemlock woolly adelgid
Laura Ingwell, University of Rhode Island, J. Brady, University of Rhode Island, M. Fitzpatrick, University of Rhode Island, R. Casagrande, University of Rhode Island, B. Maynard, University of Rhode Island, E. Preisser, University of Rhode Island
The role of phenology in competitive interactions between native and invasive herbaceous species
Kevin John Barry, University of Maryland
The impact of Alliaria petiolata on the soil fungal community
Armando Carrillo, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Maria P. MacWilliams, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Joy Wolf, University of Wisconsin-Parkside
The use of activated carbon to mediate the negative phytotoxic effects of Alliaria petiolata on germination and seedling growth of Aquilegia canadensis
Laurie S. Eberhardt, Valparaiso University, Jonathan A Finger, Valparaiso University
Frequent consumption and rapid digestion of prey by the Lake Erie watersnake: Implications for an invasive prey species
Peter C. Jones, Northern Illinois University, Richard B. King, Northern Illinois University, Kristin M. Stanford, Northern Illinois University, Tyler D. Lawson, College of Charleston, Matt Thomas, Ohio State University
Impact of Alliaria petiolata, a non-native plant species, on soil microbial diversity
Yashu Vashishath, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Maria P MacWilliams, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Joy Wolf, University of Wisconsin-Parkside
The role of hybridization in reproduction and establishment of invasive Pyrus calleryana (Callery pear)
Nicole A. Hardiman, University of Cincinnati, Theresa M. Culley, University of Cincinnati
The impact of propagule pressure and genetic diversity on non-native establishment into plant communities
Kane R. Keller, Michigan State University, Jennifer A. Lau, Michigan State University
Alliaria petiolata: Impact on native spring ephemerals and successful control in a maple beech forest
Joy J. Wolf, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Chris Coleman, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Jon Grove, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Tim Leveque, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Jon Nutter, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Michael Stanton, University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Inquiry-based undergraduate learning: Abiotic and biotic controls of garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) invasion in Virginia pine and hardwood forests
M. Krishna Rao, Washington and Lee University, Anne E. Hassell, Washington and Lee University, Annie B. Blakey, Washington and Lee University, Katherine E. Duncan, Washington and Lee University, Matthew R. Krafft, Washington and Lee University, Anne B. Alerding, Washington and Lee University
Introducing non-indigenous species to the Great Lakes via ballast water: Quantifying vector strength and evaluating current management strategies
Mark S. Minton, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, A. Whitman Miller, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Sarah A. Bailey, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Gregory M. Ruiz, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

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