Friday, August 8, 2008: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall CD, Midwest Airlines Center
PS 85 - Latebreaking: Plant-Insect Interactions and Herbivory
Indirect effects of domestic and native herbivores on pollinators in an African savanna
Marit L. Wilkerson, University of California Davis, Truman P. Young, University of California, Davis
Flower maturation time affects seedling emergence in androdioecious white mangrove
Carol L. Landry, Ohio State University - Mansfield, Bethany Cawetzka, Eastern Michigan University
Evaluating relationships among tree relative growth rate, shade-tolerance, and browse-tolerance following disturbance in an eastern deciduous forest
Lisa M. Krueger, University of Georgia, Chris J. Peterson, University of Georgia, Alejandro A. Royo, USDA Forest Service, Walter P. Carson, University of Pittsburgh
Selenium accumulation in floral tissues of Brassica juncea: Implications for pollination ecology
Kristen R. Hladun, University of California - Riverside, John T. Trumble, University of California - Riverside
Do inbred plants exhibit less compensation than outcrossed ones in response to simulated herbivory?
Andrew C. McCall, Denison University, David E. Carr, University of Virginia
Aphid-induced changes in plant quality protect cotton from more damaging herbivores
Brittany L. DeLoach, Texas A&M University, Caralyn Zehnder, Texas A&M University, Steven D. Frank, North Carolina State University, Jared Ripple, Texas A&M University, Micky D. Eubanks, Texas A&M University
A macro-ecological analysis of tree-caterpillar interactions
Ellen C. Thompson, Kenyon College, Andrew J. Kerkhoff, Kenyon College
Generalist herbivores drive unpalatable species decline: Collateral damage of abundant ungulate browsers
Christopher D. Heckel, University of Pittsburgh, Susan Kalisz, University of Pittsburgh
Effects of large-mammal grazing and arthropod abundance on ecosystem processes
Karen A. Haubensak, Indiana University, Randall D. Jackson, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Claudio Gratton, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Jack Donaldson, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Susan Crane Lubetkin, University of Washington

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