Monday, August 2, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 17 - Plant-Insect Interactions
Network structure of ant-plant mutualists resists effects of habitat fragmentation
Heather A. Passmore, University of Florida, Emilio M. Bruna III, University of Florida, Heraldo L. Vasconcelos, Universidade Federal de Uberlāndia, Sylvia Heredia, University of California Riverside
Induced response of Solanum carolinense to dispersed and aggregated leaf damage
Ordom B. Huot, Cornell University and Florida State University, Tania N. Kim, Florida State University, Stacey L. Halpern, Pacific University, Nora Underwood, Florida State University
An ecological housing crisis:  Tissue switching in a specialist galling insect
Nicole L. Soper Gorden, University of Massachusetts
Effect of herbivore density on Leptinotarsa juncta oviposition preference and larval performance on its host plant, Solanum carolinense
Kathryn A. Staver, St. Olaf College, David W. McNutt, Florida State University, Stacey L. Halpern, Pacific University, Nora C. Underwood, Florida State University
Effects of white-tailed deer browsing on insect diversity in Allegheny hardwood forests
Laura A. Wheatall, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Tim Nuttle, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Ellen Heineger Yerger, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Variation in natal plant genotype chemistry influences oviposition preferences of a generalist and specialist moth species
Sean F. Ryan, Bowling Green State University, M. Gabriela Bidart-Bouzat, Bowling Green State University
Nursery pollination in small, isolated populations of Silene stellata: Visitation, pollination, oviposition, predation
A.A.R. Kula, University of Maryland, D.M. Castillo, University of Kansas, M.R. Dudash, University of Maryland, C.B. Fenster, University of Maryland
CANCELLED - Fungi round up herbivores
Hannah A. Dickinson, Louisiana State University, Demetra Kandalepas, Louisiana State University, William J. Platt, Lousiana State University
Chemical ecology of two co-occurring Lygus species on shared host plants
Sean T. Halloran, The Pennsylvania State University, James H. Tumlinson, The Pennsylvania State University
Host-plant mediated effects on three larval lepidopteran immune systems
Collin C. McMichael, Wesleyan University, Michael S. Singer, Wesleyan University
Herbivory effects on the consequences of apical dominance in a monocarpic species
Natalie M. West, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Brigitte Tenhumberg, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Svata M. Louda, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Root silica deters below-ground herbivory: An examination of plant mechanical defenses on root herbivores
Amanda L. Pendleton, University of Florida, Kristine Callis, University of Florida, Adrian Duehl, Untied States Department of Agriculture, Heather McAuslane, University of Florida, Kaoru Kitajima, University of Florida

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