ESA Annual Meetings Online Program

Ten-Minute Papers, P-IE Section, Pollinators I

Sunday, November 13, 2011: 1:15 PM-4:35 PM
Room A19, First Floor (Reno-Sparks Convention Center)
Organizers:
B. Rogers Leonard
Bonnie B. Pendleton
Moderator:
Theresa L. Pitts-Singer


1:32 PM
Pollination in the context of land use change due to biomass crop production
Julianna Tuell, Michigan State University ; Heidi Liere, University of Michigan ; Rufus Isaacs, Michigan State University ; Claudio Gratton, University of Wisconsin
1:44 PM
Pollinator diversity and foraging specialization
Berry J. Brosi, Emory University ; Heather Mae Briggs, University of California, Santa Cruz
1:56 PM
Pollinators and natural enemies show different preferences for native plant species
Molly MacLeod, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey ; Rachael Winfree, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
2:20 PM
Bees found in watermelon in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
Chanda S. Henne, USDA - ARS ; Eloy Rodriguez, USDA - ARS ; John J. Adamczyk, USDA - ARS
2:44 PM
2:59 PM
Honey bee (Apis mellifera) pollination affects onion seed set in California Central Valley
Sandra Gillespie, University of California, Davis ; Rachael F. Long, University of California Cooperative Extension ; Neal M. Williams, University of California, Davis
3:11 PM
Pollination biology of the tree jujube (Ziziphus jujube) in Hanoi, Vietnam
Hanh Duc Pham, University of Guelph ; Gard W. Otis, University of Guelph ; Cynthia Scott-Dupree, University of Guelph
3:23 PM
Climate-associated phenological advances in bee pollinators and bee-pollinated plants
Ignasi Bartomeus, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey ; Rachael Winfree, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey ; John S. Ascher, Division of Invertebrate Zoology, American Museum of Natural History, Central ; Sheila R Colla, York University ; David L. Wagner, University of Connecticut ; Bryan N. Danforth, Cornell University ; Sarah Kornbluth, Division of Invertebrate Zoology, American Museum of Natural History, Central
3:35 PM
Pollen limitation: how common should we expect It to be?
Jay A. Rosenheim, University of California, Davis ; Neal M. Williams, University of California, Davis ; Sebastian J. Schreiber, University of California, Davis
3:47 PM
Are New York apples pollen limited?
Eleanor (EJ) Blitzer, Cornell University ; Mia G. Park, Cornell University ; Bryan N. Danforth, Cornell University
3:59 PM
Patterns of bee biodiversity across commercial New York apple orchards
Bryan N. Danforth, Cornell University ; Mia Park, Cornell University ; Eleanor (EJ) Blitzer, Cornell University ; Jason Gibbs, Cornell University ; Michael Orr, Cornell University
4:11 PM
Replacing the honey bee: why wait? increasing sustainable agricultural practices and cost-cutting for small-scale farming
Nicholas G. Stewart, Georgia Gwinnett College ; Mark A. Schlueter, Georgia Gwinnett College
4:23 PM
Manipulating soil temperatures to influence brood emergence in the alkali bee, Nomia melanderi Cockerell
Amber C. Vinchesi, Washington State University ; Douglas B. Walsh, Washington State University ; Douglas R. Cobos, Decagon Devices