COS 121 - Physiological Ecology IV

Thursday, August 11, 2011: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
19A, Austin Convention Center
1:30 PM
Polar bears may adjust physiology and behavior to cope with climate change
John P. Whiteman, University of Wyoming; Henry J. Harlow, University of Wyoming; Merav Ben-David, University of Wyoming; George M. Durner, U.S. Geological Survey
1:50 PM
The support of plant growth by small peptides in two functionally different plant species
Fiona M. Soper, Cornell University; Nicole Robinson, University of Queensland; Chanyarat Paungfoo-Lonhienne, University of Queensland; Doris Rentsch, University of Bern; Susanne Schmidt, University of Queensland
2:10 PM
Environmental controls on moss carbon flux in a pulse-dynamic system
Kirsten K. Coe, Cornell University; Jayne Belnap, U.S. Geological Survey; Jed P. Sparks, Cornell University
2:30 PM
Implications of stress tolerant spermatozoa on the complex mating system of mosses
Erin E. Shortlidge, Portland State University; Todd N. Rosenstiel, Portland State University; Sarah M. Eppley, Portland State University
2:50 PM
Carbon limitation of growth and storageĀ in black oak
Erin T. Wiley, University of Alberta; Brenda B. Casper, University of Pennsylvania; Brent Helliker, University of Pennsylvania
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
Trees are not always carbon limited: Evidence for sink regulation of photosynthesis
Shinichi Asao, Colorado State University; Michael G. Ryan, Colorado State University; William J. Parton, Colorado State University
3:40 PM
4:00 PM
Biogenic emissions in Bamboo: How do physiological constraints influence patterns of emission?
Andrea N. Melnychenko, Portland State University; Todd N. Rosenstiel, Portland State University
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