COS 94 - Herbivory: Plant Defenses

Thursday, August 11, 2011: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
9C, Austin Convention Center
8:00 AM
Can inducible changes in flowers deter florivores and is this dependent on petal color?
Andrew C. McCall, Denison University; Kelsy M. Espy, Denison University; Grant Adams, Denison University
8:20 AM
8:40 AM
Are cyanobacteria-tolerant Daphnia pulicaria genotypes functionally redundant?
Michael F. Chislock, Purdue University; Orlando Sarnelle, Michigan State University; Alan E. Wilson, Auburn University
9:00 AM
Herbivore induction of jasmonate-dependent defenses reduces photosynthesis in Nicotiana attenuata
Paul D. Nabity, University of Illinois; Jorge A. Zavala, Facultad de Agronomia, UBA-CONICET; Evan H. DeLucia, Institute for Genomic Biology
9:20 AM
Induced resistance but not tolerance to herbivory of a saltmarsh shrub changes along a latitudinal gradient
Kazimierz Wieski, University of Houston; Steven Pennings, University of Houston
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
Abiotic and biotic controls over monoterpene concentrations and emissions: Potential in facilitating herbivore-parasitoid interactions in a pinyon-juniper forest
Amy M. Trowbridge, Montana State University; Ryan W. Daly, University of Colorado; Detlev Helmig, University of Colorado; Henry D. Adams, Los Alamos National Laboratory; David D. Breshears, The University of Arizona; Russell K. Monson, University of Arizona
10:10 AM
Rapid evolution in plants following experimental removal of herbivores
Nash E. Turley, Michigan State University; Walter C. Odell, North Carolina State University; Hanno Schaefer, Technische Universitaet Muenchen; George Everwand, Georg-August University Göttingen; Michael J. Crawley, Imperial College, London; Marc Johnson, University of Toronto
10:30 AM
Global patterns of leaf defenses in oak species: Herbivores, leaf phenology, and climate
Ian S. Pearse, United States Geological Survey; Andrew L. Hipp, The Morton Arboretum; Rick Karban, University of California at Davis
10:50 AM
Biogeography and the evolution of inducible plant defenses in wild tomatoes
David C. Haak, Indiana University; Leonie C. Moyle, Indiana University
11:10 AM
Herbivory, growth strategies and habitat specialization in tropical tree lineages: Implications for Amazonian beta-diversity
Paul V.A. Fine, University of California, Berkeley; Greg P.A. Lamarre, Université Antilles Guyane; Chris Baraloto, UMR EcoFoG
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