Wednesday, August 4, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 51 - Food Webs
Culturing duckweed for food web research and educational outreach
Katherine D. Heineman, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Chad E. Brassil, University of Nebraska
Seasonal changes in the bacterial diversity of second year pitchers of the Northern pitcher plant (Sarracenia purpurea L.)
Joseph R. Krieger, Central Michigan University, Michelle N. Weaver, Central Michigan University, Peter Kourtev, Central Michigan University
Predator and resource-mediated apparent competition in a mutualistic interaction web: Assessing the consequences of upper and lower trophic pathways of apparent competition for coexistence
Brian J. Spiesman, Florida State University, Brian D. Inouye, Florida State University
Omnivory weakens trophic cascade but does not promote food web stability in planktonic communities: a meta-analysis
Luciana S. Carneiro, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Michael J. Vanni, Miami University, Adriano Caliman, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Reinaldo L. Bozelli, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Effects of invasive aquatic plants on lake trophic structure
Katya E. Kovalenko, University of Windsor, Eric D. Dibble, Mississippi State University
Comparing trophic effects of two crayfish (Procambarus spp.) living across a hydroperiod gradient
Nathan J. Dorn, Florida Atlantic University
Addition of microbial loops to food webs: Increases in connectivity, pathway proliferation, and dominant eigenvalues
Justine E. Missik, Western Kentucky University, Albert J. Meier, Western Kentucky University, Stuart R. Borrett, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Kati Ayers, Western Kentucky University, Bruce Kessler, Western Kentucky University
Terrestrial predators and abiotic conditions affect hatching phenotype and survival of arboreal frog eggs: Implications for aquatic food web dynamics
Jessica L. Hite, Virginia Commonwealth University

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