Monday, August 2, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 14 - Herbivory: Plant Defenses
Volatile specificity as an inducible defense: An investigation of volatile chemistry as a form of top down regulation of herbivory in Lindera benzoin
Erin Jo Tiedeken, Muhlenberg College, Katherine R. Goodrich, Widener University, Christine M. Ingersoll, Muhlenberg College, Richard A. Niesenbaum, Muhlenberg College
Herbivore defense in three species of Amazonian Cecropia from Peru
Sarabeth B. Brockley, Moravian College, Molly A. DuVall, Moravian College, John M. Bevington, Moravian College
The effects of climate, latitude, and methodologies on the abundance of foliar condensed tannins: A meta-analysis
Masayuki Ushio, Kyoto University
Goldenrod beetle larval, adult and combined feeding fails to influence end of season Solidago altissima rhizome allelochemical levels
Robert H. Johnson III, Medaille College, Rayko Halitschke, Cornell University, Andre Kessler, Cornell University
Ecosystem engineers alter the response of insect herbivores to oak foliar phenolics
H. George Wang, University of Waterloo, Robert J. Marquis, University of Missouri - St. Louis, Jennifer Wouk, University of Missouri - St. Louis
Defense and ecosystem related chemical traits in Quercus alba vary in a geographic mosaic, not along a latitudinal gradient
Brian Rehill, U.S. Naval Academy, Laura A. Meyerson, University of Rhode Island
Evolutionary and ecological consequences of natural selection by herbivory on Solidago altissima defense and growth strategies
Robert Bode, Cornell University, Akane Uesugi, Cornell University, Andre Kessler, Cornell University
Silica deters herbivory in Cucurbits: Potential links to climate change
Kristine Callis, University of Florida, Heather McAuslane, University of Florida, Kaoru Kitajima, University of Florida

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