PS 83 - Latebreaking: Evolution

Friday, August 12, 2011: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Biogeographic constraints on the worldwide leaf economic spectrum
J. Mason Heberling, Syracuse University; Jason Fridley, Syracuse University
Evidence for functional divergence in Leymus chinensis: Local adaptation
Liu Yanjie, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences; Niu Haishan, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences; Xu Xingliang, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Genetic rescue of Australian arid zone acacia species
David J. Ayre, University of Wollongong; Andrew Denham, Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water; David G. Roberts, University of Wollongong; Cairo Forrest, University of Wollongong; Amy Marie Gilpin, University of Wollongong
A mitogenomic analysis of the phylogeny and adaptive evolution of the African elephant
Tabitha M. Finch, University of Missouri; Katy H. Frederick-Hudson, University of Missouri; Lori S. Eggert, University of Missouri
Homoploid hybrid speciation in Louisiana Iris
Sunni Taylor, Texas State University-San Marcos; Noland Martin, Texas State University-San Marcos
Sex and parasitism: Do amazon mollies defy the Red Queen Hypothesis?
Edwin Quintero, The University of Texas-Pan American; Adrian Silva, The University of Texas-Pan American; Brian Lund Fredensborg, University of Texas-Pan American
A phylogenetic community ecology approach to niche separation
Lanna S. Jin, University of Toronto; Marie-Josée Fortin, University of Toronto; Marc W. Cadotte, University of Toronto
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