PS 42 - Physiological Ecology

Wednesday, August 10, 2011: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Two cherry cultivars’ response to changes in temperature in Washington D.C.’s Tidal Basin
Liz Mack, University of Washington; Uran Chung, University of Washington; Soo-Hyung Kim, University of Washington
A comprehensive functional trait database for the plants of the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory
Lindsey L. Sloat, University of Arizona; Christine A. Lamanna, University of Arizona; George Aldridge, University of Maryland; Brian J. Enquist, University of Arizona; Amanda N. Henderson, University of Arizona; David W. Inouye, University of Maryland; Marcus J. Stansberry, Rice University; Kenneth D. Whitney, Rice University; Ian Billick, Rocky Mountain Biologial Laboratoy
Understanding range limits of a vulnerable desert amphibian (Anaxyrus exsul) with a severely restricted habitat
Amity Wilczek, Deep Springs College; Andrew Crawford, Deep Springs College; Eamon Heberlein, Deep Springs College; Timothy Henderson, Deep Springs College; Cyril Malle-Barlow, Deep Springs College; Thomas Mathew, Deep Springs College; Kevin Morrell, Deep Springs College; Edward Pimentel, Deep Springs College; Ben Shaver, Deep Springs College; Matt Stoltz, Deep Springs College
Photosynthesis on land: Photoprotection in terrestrial and aquatic green algae
Claire K. Lunch, Marine Biological Laboratory; Amy M. LaFountain, University of Connecticut; Harry A. Frank, University of Connecticut; Zoe G. Cardon, Marine Biological Laboratory
Comparison of heat balance (Cermak) and thermal dissipation (Granier) sap flow measurements in ring-porous oaks and a pine species
Heidi J. Renninger, Rutgers University; Karina VR Schafer, Rutgers University Newark
Comparative hydraulic architecture of early and late successional tropical tree species
Frederick C. Meinzer, USDA Forest Service; Katherine A. McCulloh, Oregon State University; John Sperry, University of Utah; Barbara Lachenbruch, Oregon State University; Steven L. Voelker, Oregon State University; David R. Woodruff, USDA Forest Service; Jean-Christophe Domec, North Carolina State University
Temporal variation in storage of nonstructural carbohydrates along a height gradient in Douglas-fir trees
David R. Woodruff, USDA Forest Service; Frederick C. Meinzer, USDA Forest Service; Daniel M. Johnson, Duke University
Quantifying clonal integration in Populus tremuloides via root sap flow
Mario Bretfeld, University of Northern Colorado; Scott B. Franklin, University of Northern Colorado; Daniel Beverly, University of Northern Colorado; Robert M. Hubbard, USDA Forest Service
Comparative photophysiology of green algae isolated from desert microbiotic crusts and their close aquatic relatives
Suzanne M. Thomas, Marine Biological Laboratory; Miriam M. Enriquez, University of Connecticut; Claire K. Lunch, Marine Biological Laboratory; Amy M. LaFountain, University of Connecticut; Harry A. Frank, University of Connecticut; Louise A. Lewis, University of Connecticut; Zoe G. Cardon, Marine Biological Laboratory
Spatial and temporal patterns of xylem sap pH derived from stems and twigs of Populus deltoides L.
Laura S. Krysinsky, USDA Forest Service; Justin G. Boyles, Department of Zoology and Entomology; Robert O. Teskey, University of Georgia; Doug P. Aubrey, University of Georgia
Differences in photosynthetic rates of between winter-active and summer-active Helianthus annuus on the Gulf Coast
David J. Grisť, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Courtney T. Lee, Texas A&M-Galveston
Investigating epigenetic regulation of water-use related genes in tomato
Steven L. Matzner, Augustana College; Eric J. Richards, Boyce Thompson Institute; Jed P. Sparks, Cornell University
Variation in physiological response of Schoenoplectus americanus populations to salt stress across space and time
Rachel M. Hesselink, University of Notre Dame; Rachel A. Koch, University of Notre Dame; Regina M. McCormack, University of Notre Dame; Evan W. James, University of Notre Dame; Jason S. McLachlan, University of Notre Dame; Michael J. Blum, Tulane University
Stem CO2 efflux of ten species in temperate forests in northeastern China
Jinyan Yang, Northeast Forestry University; Robert O. Teskey, University of Georgia; Chuankuan Wang, Northeast Forestry University
Stored carbohydrates decouple current photosynthate from soil CO2 efflux in frequently disturbed ecosystems
Robert J. Mitchell, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center; Behzad Mortazavi, University of Alabama and Dauphin Island Sea Lab; Joseph J. O'Brien, USDA Forest Service; Jason D. McGee, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center; Joseph J. Hendricks, University of West Georgia; Kevin A. Kuehn, University of Southern Mississippi; Robert O. Teskey, University of Georgia; Doug P. Aubrey, University of Georgia
Response of daily transpiration of woody plants to soil water availability and vapor pressure deficit
Richard L. Boyce, Northern Kentucky University; Joshua Shouse, Northern Kentucky University; Richard D. Durtsche, Northern Kentucky University
Decoupled stem and leaf hydraulic conductance in California chaparral and coastal sage scrub plant species
Alexandria Pivovaroff, University of California, Riverside; Louis Santiago, University of California, Riverside
Rumen-reticulum capacity and fill in female white-tailed deer: Meeting demands in a stochastic environment
Adam Duarte, Texas State University - San Marcos; Ryan S. Luna, Texas State University - San Marcos; Floyd W. Weckerly, Texas State University - San Marcos
Understanding variation in the temperature dependence of physiological and ecological traits
Anthony I. Dell, UCLA; Samraat Pawar, UCLA; Van M. Savage, UCLA
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