Thursday, August 5, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 83 - Plant Physiology
Arabidopsis thaliana response to phot1, a blue-light receptor, with the allele: Hyper phototrophic hypocotl
Megan Johnson, University of Missouri, Jennifer Holland, University of Missouri, Brandon Celaya, University of California-Los Angeles, Thomas Juenger, University of Texas, Candace Galen, University of Missouri-Columbia, Emmanuel Liscum, University of Missouri
Inter- and intra-specific functional trait response to environmental change in an herbaceous forest understory
Jessica S. Guo, Columbia University, Julia I. Burton, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Matthew I. Palmer, Columbia University, David J. Mladenoff, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Antioxidant response of overwintering conifers suggest species specific strategies for coping with excess excitation energy
Kimberly C. Hughes, University of St. Thomas, Alex M. Kokula, University of St. Thomas, Amy S. Verhoeven, University of St. Thomas
Possible causes for the distribution of Heliotropium tenellum in cedar glades of central Texas
Anna K. Boeck, University of Texas at San Antonio, Janis K. Bush, University of Texas at San Antonio, Oscar van Auken, University of Texas at San Antonio
The move to land: Photochemistry and energy dissipation in desert and aquatic green algae
Claire K. Lunch, Marine Biological Laboratory, Zoe G. Cardon, Marine Biological Laboratory, Amy LaFountain, University of Connecticut, James Budarz, University of Connecticut, Harry A. Frank, University of Connecticut
Source/sink dynamics and reproductive tradeoffs in perennial wheat
Nikhil S. Jaikumar, Michigan State University
Mitochondrial response to fertilization and warming in dominant tundra species
Mary A. Heskel, Columbia University
Evaluation of the accuracy of the thermal dissipation technique for sap flow measurements in six tree species
Huizhen Sun, Northeast Forestry University, Doug Aubrey, University of Georgia, Robert O. Teskey, University of Georgia
Xylem embolism repair in two chaparral shrubs
Elizabeth C. Hessom, California State University Fullerton, Susana Espino, California State University Fullerton, H. Jochen Schenk, California State University Fullerton
Sapflux, crown conductance, and growth in dwarf and tall pitch pines
Dirk Vanderklein, Montclair State University, Karina Schäfer, Rutgers University, Jordi Martínez-Vilalta, CREAF / Autonomous University of Barcelona
Ectomycorrhizae fungi effects on Pinus hartwegii and Abies religiosa seedlings: An ecophysiological approach in forests of Central Mexico
Dulce Y. Flores-Renteria, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Javier Álvarez-Sánchez, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Víctor L. Barradas, Instituto de Ecologia, Oscar L. Briones-Villareal, Instituto de Ecología, A. C.

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