PS 38 - Plant-Insect Interactions

Wednesday, August 10, 2011: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Phenology, ontogeny, and the timing of species interactions: Windows of opportunity in milkweed-monarch interactions
Louie H. Yang, University of California, Davis; Meredith L. Cenzer, University of California, Davis
A vertically transmitted symbiont affects host population dynamics
Kelsey Yule, The University of Arizona; Tom E. X. Miller, Rice University; Jennifer A. Rudgers, University of New Mexico
Influence of fungal isolates infecting tall fescue on multitrophic interactions
Thomas L. Bultman, Hope College; Adilene Aguilera, Richard Daley College; TJ Sullivan, Indiana University Kokomo
CANCELLED - Caterpillars optimize defense via host plant mixing
Peri A. Mason, Wesleyan University; Michael S. Singer, Wesleyan University
Sniffing danger: Volatile profiling of insect herbivory on Arabidopsis
Caitlin M. Vore, University of Missouri; Heidi M. Appel, University of Missouri; Chung-Ho Lin, University of Missouri; Jack C. Schultz, University of Missouri
The indirect effects of a keystone ant-hemipteran mutualism on coffee berry load
Katelyn A. Zemenick, University of California, Davis
The effect of ethylene in developing fruit on herbivore performance
Loriann C. Garcia, Texas A&M University; Micky D. Eubanks, Texas A&M University
Potato virus Y induces ephemeral resistance in Solanum Lycopersicum to Trichoplusia ni
Ordom B. Huot, Cornell University; Monica F. Kersch-Becker, Sate University of Campinas; Jennifer S. Thaler, Cornell University
Temporal synchrony of Silene stellata and its pollinating seed predator, Hadena ectypa, over three years
Abigail Kula, College of William and Mary; Michele R. Dudash, University of Maryland; C.B. Fenster, University of Maryland
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