COS 122
Pollination I

Thursday, August 14, 2014: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
315, Sacramento Convention Center
1:30 PM
 The direct and indirect effects of removing ungulate grazing on pollination in a pastoral system
Daniel S. Song, University of Pennsylvania; Pierre Liancourt, Institute of Botany; Laura A. Spence, University of Pennsylvania, PIRE Mongolia Project (http://mongolia.bio.upenn.edu/); Bazartseren Boldgiv, National University of Mongolia; Peter S. Petraitis, University of Pennsylvania; Brenda B. Casper, University of Pennsylvania
1:50 PM
 Effects of monkeyflower floral display size on reproductive success through male and female sexual functions
Randall J. Mitchell, University of Akron; Jeffrey D. Karron, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
2:10 PM
 Robbing begets robbing: How additional interactions can change the outcome of a pollination mutualism
Sarah Richman, University of Arizona; Rebecca E. Irwin, Dartmouth College; Judith L. Bronstein, University of Arizona
2:30 PM
 The allometry of bee tongue length and its uses in ecology
Ignasi Bartomeus, Estación Biológica de Doñana (EBD-CSIC); Daniel P. Cariveau, Rutgers University; Geetha Nayak, Rutgers University; Joseph Zientek, Rutgers University; Rachael Winfree, Rutgers University
2:50 PM
 Host specialization in a wild bee community: Implications for pollinator effectiveness
Laura A. Russo, Cornell University; Mia G. Park, Cornell University; Bryan Danforth, Cornell University
3:10 PM
4:00 PM
 The role of visitation rate and pollination efficiency in promoting pollinator complementarity
Yael Mandelik, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Gideon Pisanty, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Ohad Afik, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
4:40 PM Cancelled
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