Monday, August 4, 2008: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall CD, Midwest Airlines Center
PS 12 - Pollination
The impacts of pollinator abundance on benefits from pollination mutualisms
Jennifer C. Geib, University of Missouri-Columbia, Candace Galen, University of Missouri-Columbia
The effects of elevation and succession on pollination webs in Hawaiian ecosystems
Jonathan B. Koch, University of Hawai'i at Hilo, Heather F. Sahli, University of Hawai'i at Hilo
Do bumble bees prefer flowers on a flat land? Causes and consequences of foraging rate altered by inclinations of the ground
Takashi T. Makino, University of Tsukuba
Urban native bees: From remnant prairies to rooftop gardens; pollinator communities, and services within the greater Chicago area
Rebecca K. Tonietto, Northwestern Universtiy, Jeremie Fant, Chicago Botanic Garden
Effects of an alien bumblebee on native plant reproduction through competitive interactions with native bumble bees
Ikumi Dohzono, National Insutitue for Environmental Studies, Yoko K. Kunitake, National Insutitue for Environmental Studies, Jun Yokoyama, Ymagata University, Koichi Goka, National Insutitue for Environmental Studies
Trapline foraging by bumble bees: effects of experience and priority on competitive perfomance
Kazuharu Ohashi, University of Tsukuba, Alison Leslie, University of Toronto, James D. Thomson, University of Toronto
A preliminary assessment of pollinators and floral scents in the stem holoparasite, Pilostyles thurberi (Apodanthaceae)
Sedonia D. Sipes, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Aldwin M. Anterola, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Daniel L. Nickrent, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Reproductive ecology of Sandhills pyxie-moss Pyxidanthera barbulata (Michaux) var. brevifolia (B.W. Wells) Ahles
Matthew G. Hohmann, US Army Corps of Engineers ERDC - CERL, Moni C. Bates, North Carolina Plant Conservation Program, Janet B. Gray, Fort Bragg
A preliminary analysis of the floral scents of Ipomoea pandurata (Convolvulaceae) and Hibiscus moscheutos (Malvaceae): Implications for the role of floral odor in host-plant selection by specialist bees
Melissa D. Mead, Southern Illinois University, Sedonia D. Sipes, Southern Illinois University, Aldwin M. Anterola, Southern Illinois University
Reproduction and habitat-dependent pollinator services in the invasive shrub, Lonicera maackii
Karen Goodell, The Ohio State University, Chia-Hua Lin, The Ohio State University, Amy M. McKinney, The Ohio State University

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