Tuesday, August 7, 2007: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
Willow Glen II, San Jose Marriott
COS 32 - Pollination: Ecology and evolution
8:00 AMGeographic variation in plant-pollinator interactions
Jeremie Fant, Chicago Botanic Garden, Andrea Tietmeyer Kramer, Chicago Botanic Garden, Rebecca Tonietto, Chicago Botanic Garden
8:20 AMFlowering phenology, pollinator competition, and species coexistence in a flowering plant community
Risa D. Sargent, UC Berkeley, Nancy C. Emery, UC Berkeley, David D. Ackerly, UC Berkeley
8:40 AMAn alternative method for modeling pollen dispersal
Douglas G. Scofield, University of California, Los Angeles, Peter E. Smouse, Rutgers University, Victoria L. Sork, University of California, Los Angeles
9:00 AMExperimental variation in an attractive trait: The effects of nectar concentration on gender specific pollination success of Ipomopsis aggregata
Aaron P. Gabbe, University of California, Santa Cruz
9:20 AMCo-flowering neighbors influence the ecological specialization on pollinators of plant species
Amparo Lazaro, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Rebekka Lundgren, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ørjan Totland, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
9:40 AMBreak
9:50 AMThe ecological limits and evolutionary consequences of cross-gradient pollen movement in a vernal pool annual plant
Nancy C. Emery, University of California, Berkeley, Maureen L. Stanton, University of California
10:10 AMPollinator experience and the evolution of flowering time
Jessica Forrest, University of Toronto, James D. Thomson, University of Toronto, Robert J. Gegear, University of Toronto
10:30 AMWhy does geitonogamous selfing vary markedly among flowers?
Randall J. Mitchell, University of Akron, Jeffrey D. Karron, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Karsten G. Holmquist, University of Wisconsin-Madison
10:50 AMPollinators, seed predators, and grazers influence selection on floral display of Primula farinosa
Didrik Vanhoenacker, Stockholm University, Per Toräng, Uppsala University, Jon Ågren, Uppsala University, Johan Ehrlén, Stockholm University
11:10 AMMale rarity drives pollen limitation and negatively impacts female fitness: The case of Phyllospadix
A. Ole Shelton, University of Chicago

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